Communication vs interaction: revisiting correlation of concepts

Venera N. Yapparova, Juliya V. Ageeva, Pavol Adamka

Abstract


The term "communication" is commonly used in Russian science. It has become engrained in the conceptual framework of social and humanitarian knowledge. Consistently, experts from various scientific fields have focused their attention on the issue of the correlation between the concepts of "communication" and "interaction" that was caused by the emergence of the new term.

The studied phenomena are in the center of attention of a large number of integrative linguistic paradigms (communicative-pragmatic, discursive-cognitive, psycholinguistic ones, etc.), which are frequently used by representatives of different linguistic branches.

The paper describes three approaches to the definition of the terms in question based on a narrower or wider interpretation of their semantics. Representatives of the first approach believe that the concept communication is broader than the concept interaction; the latter is a component of communication. Supporters of the second approach are convinced that the concept communication is narrower than the concept interaction. The third group followers reckon the terms communication and interaction to be synonyms.

Analyzing all opinions, the author emphasizes validity of the third point of view, since the concepts communication and interaction can be considered synonymous within the framework of linguistic research.

Keywords


communication, interaction, linguistics, scientific approaches, linguistic paradigms

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