Table of Contents:
- Part 1: Communicating. An alternative paradigm ; Epistemological grounding ; Major communication metaphors ; A recursive framework for communication theories ; Conversation or intellectual imperialism
- Part 2: Otherness. The otherness that theory creates ; A cybernetics of I-other relations ; Pathology, power, and emancipation ; Writing ecologically
- Part 3: Meaning. A constructivist critique of semiotics ; The dialogical meaning of cultural artifacts ; The methodo-logic of content analysis ; Discourse as systematically constrained conversation
- Part 4: Information. An introduction to information theory ; Research in-formation ; Paradox and information ; Cyberspace and its artifacts ; Social memory.