Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Ritual, Behaviour and Symbolic Communication in the dispute between Thomas Becket and King Henry II - The History Student.

An article concerning the dispute between Becket and Henry II in which it is seen that the continuation of many of traditional forms of political communication, including the use of symbolic rhetoric and items in the conduct of rituals, and also the deliberate staging of emotions is found in the hagiographical records of the dispute.


References
Ritual, Behaviour and Symbolic Communication in the dispute between Thomas Becket and King Henry II - The History Student.

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