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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Grebliauskienė, Beata;Sueldo, Mariana
Title: Diplomatinis protokolas ir jo kaita per komunikacinę prizmę
Other Title: An outline of diplomatic protocol development through the prism of communication
Is part of: Darbai ir dienos, 2010, nr. 54, p. 37-51
Date: 2010
Abstract: This paper provides an analysis of diplomatic protocol and its development through the prism of communication. Protocol being understood as a means to ensure effective and clear communication, the circumstances and reason for the emergence of protocol are discussed with a further overview of the most influential factors within the process of diplomatic protocol development. Three main factors are considered here as the most significant: first, the natural uncertainty involved in any communicational situation in which the individual may be assisted by ritualized and rulebased interpersonal communication; second, the individual‘s self-expression abilities, comprehension skills and the impact these can have on effective (diplomatic) communication; and third, the intentional changes brought into all areas of human performance and within the process of diplomatic communication, the primary and secondary aims pursued by communication agents. These factors are unveiled by focusing on each of them, at the same time drawing a chronological parallel that covers the most significant periods within the historical line of diplomatic protocol development, from the early medieval times of nonverbal and symbolic communication, through late medieval European court mannerism, to post-revolutionary and modern use of a more egalitarian communication style. Finally, the article provides some insights into the unquestionable impact that technological advances in information industry and telecommunication have had on the intensification, speed, quality and purpose of modern diplomatic communication as well as on diplomatic protocol as its common code.
Appears in Collections:Darbai ir dienos / Deeds and Days 2010, nr. 54

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