Most of us approach and use human communications as content seen through a window. FMST insists on looking at — describing, analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating – the window. FMST argues that content (expressive stories, factual stories, concepts, images, sounds, information) always interacts with the mechanisms that convey it.


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