The discovery of communication must be a part of any comprehensive story of the twentieth century. Once keen intellects focused on communication itself, instead of using communication as a too familiar tool with which to describe and express other things, the deficiencies of commonsense notions of communication became quite obvious. However, it has been surprisingly difficult to construct a satisfactory alternative notion of how communication
works and of what work it does. The crucial insight was, as mentioned earlier, a shift from thinking of communication as a subset of human activity to a conceptualization of it as a way of thinking about any given form of human activity. By displaying the way resources are expressed in and reconstructed by practices, this communication perspective illuminates the way all forms of human activity participate in a continues, reflexive process of the creation and maintenance of social realities.
By comparing the traditional concept of communication to the new one, we find that the traditional concept of communication holds that we exist in a material world, and we use communication to express our inner purpose , attitudes, or feelings, and to describe the events and