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Interpretive Theories: try to discover meaning in actions and texts, from ancient scrolls to the behavior of modern teenagers.� The goal of interpretation is not to discover laws that govern events, but to uncover the ways people actually understand their own experience.� These theories usually emphasize language as the center of experience, and they describe the process whereby the active mind uncovers the meanings of experience.� Interpretive communication theories include cultural interpretation, organizational culture, and textual interpretation.� Interpretive and interactionist theories have a strong kinship based on their mutual concern for language and meaning and their use of interpretive methods.
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