Descartes’ thought in the 17th century announces the dawning of Modern Age. One of his heritages was the notion that we could get to know further about nature, reducing the complex to its simplest parts. This form of thinking has made us see reality as one made up of parts. The explanation of such parts would enable us to number, ordenate and understand the all. The stratification and hierarchyzation of what one calls society in parts, similar to an organism or as a system formed by economy, communication, language, religion, politics, State, rights, has fomented the idea that such spheres find themselves separated, whereas they are not in fact. This article means to develop the idea that social reality, when seen as a whole, may be able to gather together previously stagnant spheres by means of a totality. In this sense, this work intends to relate the productive practices under the aegis of capitalism as also being a communication phenomenon. For such, one analises how production of goods in different production and accumulation capitalist models and their labor handling ways in the models known as “taylorist-fordist” and “japanese” relate themselves as different and inequal communicational and informational practices, both in the internal and external ranges of the companies or of the productive chain they belong to.