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The communication of relationships among communicators to any one of them; a process of communication in which a receiver responds not to the communications two or more sources emit, but to how these communications coocur or to how the c of coterminous communicators is patterned. E.g. , a child might respond to its parents neither as separate individuals, nor to the couple as a whole unity, but to how it perceives the parents to relate to one another. co orientation is a fundamental process by which individuals integrate themselves into a social group (see internalization). In information theory, coorientation and coordination are logical complements and are measured in the same kinds of variables but at different times. (Krippendorff)
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