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Within chapter three of “Communicate!” and McDonalds “Revolutionary Symbolism in the Electronic Age: Burke and the Contemporary Communist Party” amalgamates emerge between the two pieces. Chapter three emphasizes the complexity of language and interpretation of communication. Theories such as Sapir-Whorf hypothesis claim how language influences perception, which leads to improving language skills to increase effectiveness to and from a speech community. “Revolutionary Symbolism in the Electronic Age” goes on to speak of the Communist Party and the parties thwarted attempt of overthrowing capitalism due to its ineffective communication skills.
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