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Narrative Paradigm Theory

Discusses Walter Fisher's narrative paradigm theory (NPT) of communication and applies it to the recent firings of United States attorneys by the Department of Justice. The humanistic aspects of Fisher's theory.
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The Narrative Paradigm Theory and the Justice Department Firings The Narrative Paradigm Theory NPT was advanced by Walter R Fisher over years ago as a simple explanation of how all communicationforms are narrative meaning that humans communicate in order to tellstories or to give a report of an event or events A receiver of storiesand their messages overt as well as covert or embedded in symbols andsigns judge the validity of the message with respect to their own beliefand value systems The

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