Gruppekommunikation

Gruppekommunikation Gruppekommunikation kan defineres som kommunikation mellem to eller flere personer. Definitionen lyder ret simpel, men der hersker reelt ikke enighed om, hvad det er, der som minimum udgør en gruppe. Mens nogle definerer en gruppe som bestående af mindst to personer, så er der andre, der argumenterer for, at en gruppe starter ved tre […]

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Forfatter Birthe Asmuß
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