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 * Information is by consensus. 彼此講好的才是資訊。 * Information is by consensus. 彼此講好的才是資訊。
 * Information as discursive construct. 作為論述性建構的資訊。強調資訊必須處於特定的社會文化脈絡中。 * Information as discursive construct. 作為論述性建構的資訊。強調資訊必須處於特定的社會文化脈絡中。
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 > In other words, it is discursively constructed. The reasons for the consensus on what is and is not considered “information,​” however, demand further inquiries. For, “consensus” regarding information involves social negotiations,​ cultural forms (such as language), economic and political values and social-cultural arrangements. > In other words, it is discursively constructed. The reasons for the consensus on what is and is not considered “information,​” however, demand further inquiries. For, “consensus” regarding information involves social negotiations,​ cultural forms (such as language), economic and political values and social-cultural arrangements.