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Symbolic Action in India: Gandhi's Nonverbal Persuation

Title:Symbolic Action in India: Gandhi's Nonverbal Persuation
Author:Merriam, Allen H.
Publication:Quarterly Journal of Speech
Enumeration:Vol. 61 Issue 3, p290, 17p /October 1975
Abstract:Article discusses the philosophy of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's symbolic action, which played an important role in India's independence. Goals of Gandhi; Philosophy of satyagraha, a moral activity followed by Gandhi; Philosophy behind Gandhi's decision to go on fast; Propaganda tours launched by him; Silence as a technique of symbolic action; Other techniques of symbolic action employed by Gandhi.

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