A FIELD THEORY OF COMMUNICATION 183
This verbal pattern sets up major and minor formators. But the communicator may find that this pattern is inadequate to the development of a book or an article or even a speech. He may need further support. He may need to make each minor formator, again, a whole, for purposes of further breakdown. Like this:
This procedure may be pursued until the communicator reaches that level of abstraction that covers his subject matter adequately for his purpose.