communication network

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The population of individuals, ranging in size and complexity from a neighborhood to a nation, who are in touch with one another by word of mouth, or other means such as electronic communication. Many people have multiple communication networks of family members, colleagues from work, social, religious, and sporting activities, etc. In the age of the Internet, some communication networks are quite literally worldwide.

Subjects: Media Studies — Public Health and Epidemiology.

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