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Information and communication sciences have undergone considerable development. This evolution is due to the exceptional growth of their field of investigation, which currently covers an extremely vast and diversified set of social, economic and cultural activities:
- interpersonal relations with global networks
The Department of Communication Arts and Sciences at the University of Liège has chosen to focus its research and teaching on the cultural aspect of communication phenomena, according to the double sense of the word "culture":
- in the broad sense (anthropologically) taking into consideration that all communication processes involve a relationship
between the Self and the Other determined by which cultural group its actors belong to and by the cultural or
intercultural field to which they belong
- in the strict sense (restricted to the domains of plastic, musical and literary material), by focusing on the analysis of the
message within the communication process (written, visual or auditory) envisaged as a cultural output shaped by
formal and aesthetic questions, but also determined by historical, social, economic, philosophical and political factors.
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