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A rapidly growing body of empirical research has recently started to emerge highlighting the connotative and/or semiotic meanings that consumers typically associate with specific abstract visual design features, such as colours (either when presented individually or in combination), simple shapes/curvilinearity, and the orientation and relative pos...
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En este artículo reflexiono acerca de la importancia del pensamiento abductivo en procesos de reinvención material y conceptual en el contexto de la actual crisis sanitaria. Inscrita en el cambio climático planetario, esta crisis sentaría las bases para una revolución semiótica. Por ello, interrogo el trabajo de Peirce sin perder consciencia de mi...
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This article argues that to disrupt legal education in a radical sense, students need to become acquainted with the art of worldmaking and the view that law is a “way of worldmaking”. First, I show that law is a cultural semiotic practice that requires decoding and, for that reason, demands a creative intervention by those that want to know, unders...
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The article deals with diversity of language signs in legal terminology. The aim of the article is to show the influence of both linguistic and extra-linguistic factors on the specificity of various linguistic units in the legal terminology. Though all terminological systems possess some similar features, there may be certain traits characteristic...
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The article discusses the characterization of the visualization of (non)visible reality in Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. The author suggests that semiotic and legal analysis should be used to understand the meaning of the color code of the novel. Semiotic discourse reduces the ambiguity, uncertainty, and expression of the color code t...
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This article develops a theoretical model about the trajectories and transitions of thought from a perspective of semiotic cultural psychology. An integration between the inner speech theory, concept formation, and dialogical self theory was done to explore the particularity of thought transitions. It is concluded that the thought transits in a ver...
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Drama-in-Education workshops (DiE) emphasize on balancing between teacher’s delicate structuring and participants’ spontaneous exploration and creation in dramatic activities and thus can be a powerful liminoid space to scaffold and facilitate young people’s development. Still, more researches are needed to dig into and understand such a dynamic an...
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The present article aims at restoring the importance of Theodor Lipps’ phenomenology and its concrete implications for the study of human phenomena. Drawing out the major axioms of Lipps ego-logical phenomenology, it is the interrelation of ideal I (geistiges Ich), the activity of that I, the making of a Gegenstand to be externalized in the outer w...
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This article examines how qualitative approaches to human-centered inquiry benefit public diplomacy (PD) scholarship. It argues that rigorous qualitative methods improve the frameworks guiding PD research. Tendencies for miscommunication permeate the encoding and decoding communication processes in international/intercultural contexts, with PD ofte...
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Drama in education (DiE) is a lively and productive area of art entering into education. This article tries to establish dialogues between DiE and psychology by revisiting the phenomenological world opened by DiE from the theoretical lens of cultural psychology of semiotic mediation. First, we propose to distinguish three main approaches in DiE tow...
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There had been interesting interactions between philosophical reflections, technical developments and the work of artists, poets and designers, starting especially in the 1950s and 1960s with a stimulating cell in Stuttgart and Ulm in Germany spreading mutual international interactions. The paper aims to describe the philosophical background of Max...
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The study investigates the social semiotics of contact employed by Natalie Tjota in her pictorial story "Berry Bunny Learns about COVID-19" which is taken from the internet website of the New York City School Library System. That is achieved by following Kress and van Leeuween (2006). It aims at discovering the effect of social distance on human be...
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In this article, creativity is defined as a semiotic phenomenon, as a process in which the boundaries of habits and norms of social communication are exceeded and by which the challenges offered by the environment are solved. Here it is indicated that there is a direct link between attention and animal creativity and shown that there are at least t...
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Recently, in the field of education and learning, “abduction” and “metaphor” respectively have been gaining attention. Considering Peirce’s rhetorical turn and connecting the two via the medium of “projection,” I explain, herein, that both “abduction” and “metaphor” are means of embodied learning, the first step of an inquiry (pre-model, pre-hypoth...
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RESUMO Esta pesquisa objetivou mapear monografias de pesquisa brasileiras tematizadas nos números complexos no período de 2000 a 2019 no entorno do Ensino e Educação. A metodologia adotada foi o Estado da Arte, em busca realizada no Catálogo de Teses e Dissertações da CAPES e na Biblioteca Digital Brasileira de Teses e Dissertações. Nestas bases a...
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Nowadays, when it is thought that the channels of reaching information and news have become varied, visual perception changes concordantly. Many new concepts such as Visual Culture, Digitalization, Digital Art, Virtual Culture, Digital Journalism, Communication Design and E-Literacy affect almost every aspect of life. Especially with the Internet,...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging as a defining technology of our time, a source of fear as often as inspiration. Immersed in its practicalities, rarely do we get to ask the question, what is it? How does it impact our lives? How does it extend our human capacities? What are its risks? What are its limits? This paper is a theoretical and his...
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Resumo: Com a significativa evolução tecnológica vivenciada pela sociedade nos últimos anos, houve uma transmutação de gêneros textuais e, em decorrência, têm surgido novos modos de interação. Assim, com as possibilidades de acesso aos gêneros que circulam em espaços digitais, é fundamental que as escolas insiram em seus currículos propostas de est...
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Communicating the 'Islamic Moderate Education'-as example-could not get success unless the teacher-as communicant or da'i-understood student' religious orientation. Especially, the nowadays mad'u who can 'freely' access the content in their social media, where the contents-in semiotics perspective-was fully infused and surrounded with signs: whethe...
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In this manifesto, we put forward the idea of data alchemy as a narrative device to discuss storytelling and transdisciplinarity in visualization. We use text-to-image generative art mainly based on Disco Diffusion (DD) to develop the concept, and structure our argument in ten propositions, as if they were ten issues of a comic novel on data alchem...
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Introduction: Convergence of linguistics and semiotics materializes in the text not only the conceptual content that is expressed through codes, but the message also underlies the realism of the communicative intentions of the issuing agent in a specific context and the value of the interactions of the actors of the communicative act. Methodology:...
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The concept of biblical charis has been interpreted in most Christian congregational gatherings as gracefulness, kindness, favour, prosperity, freedom, liberality, lawlessness, pleasure and the like, with little or no interest for its implications for good works and moral values in the society. This paper, therefore, explores the translation of cha...
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This study aimed to: find out semiotic devices in literary texts in the light of Halliday's transitivity process; and classify De Saussure's two-part model of sign and thereby know that what logical connections lie between transitivity processes and semiotic devices. Data comprised of the text of a novel 'The River of Fire' by Qurratulain Hyder and...
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Artikel ini sebagai respon terhadap banyaknya masyarakat Muslim Indonesia yang terlalu fanatik terhadap ulama dan penolakan perbedaan pendapat hingga menyebabkan perpecahan. Artikel ini juga merupakan sebuah tawaran untuk memahami makna ulama dalam QS. Fathir ayat 28. Yakni, sebagai cara untuk memahami makna ulama yang dipahami oleh sebagian pihak...
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Resumo Este artigo tem como objetivo refletir sobre o processo de ensino e de aprendizagem de pessoas com surdocegueira a partir do documentário As Borboletas de Zagorsk. O estudo, de natureza qualitativa, foi realizado por meio da análise do documentário tendo como aporte teórico principal Vigotski no que concerne à compreensão de que o desenvolvi...
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Within the field of linguistics, typography has transitioned from being considered redundant, to a vital part of multimodal communication. Drawing on Nørgaard (2009) and van Leeuwen's (2005) multimodal approach to typography and distinctive feature analysis, I will be analysing Disney movie titles. With this article I aim to both highlight the weal...
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This study examines a prevalent discourse on Taiwanese politeness as part and parcel of identity and ideological work among Taiwanese residing in China. Using as data spontaneous discussions about politeness in interviews and online forum posts that evaluate politeness, this study explores how politeness is taken up as a sign to index Taiwan–China...
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Covid-19 is one of the most disturbing infections that has rattled the world in recent history. This flu affected nearly all the countries of the world with different degrees of medical, scientific, social and scholarly attentions. The humanities are not left out from the perspective of language and communication during the pandemic. In the light o...
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ENG: This paper deals with the relationship between translation and sociolinguistic markedness, examining the case of Sicilian discourse markers in the English subtitling of Young Montalbano, a recent production in the Montalbano cycle. The analysis focuses on a set of markers that are crucial in constructing the text's dialectal connotation (amunì...
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The web series It's Okay to Not Be Okay illustrates how people with mental health illnesses are still an issue that gets less attention in society. Ko Moon-young's character represents how a sociopath behaves and behaves in his environment with all his shortcomings in self-control. The purpose of this study is to show the representation of a sociop...
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O artigo visa discutir a partir da abordagem semiótica a relação entre instituições e tecnologias no capitalismo. As propriedades dos sistemas representacionais dos signos desenvolvida Charles Sanders Peirce são utilizadas para avaliar a digressão acerca dos aspectos cerimonialistas da escola institucionalista. A pesquisa emprega a análise da obra...
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Epistemic metadata, i.e., knowledge and validity claims, provenance descriptions, and grounding of research conclusions, contain information that is relevant to substantiating the knowledge status of data. They constitute the annotation required for communicating interpretations that raw research outcomes are given by researchers, and for making th...
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During the twentieth century, the development of semiotics and philosophy of language had a great influence on the investigation of normative phenomena, particularly within the philosophy of law: the analysis of normative language became the prevalent methodological approach among many legal philosophers, and the science of law was frequently under...
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In this paper, I will deal with the way linguistics and semiotics focus on person and subjectivity in language. I start from two different meanings of the “person” word and from Benveniste and Latour’s theories of enunciation. Later, I deal with the problem of subjectivity in language and I connect it to two different views: Benveniste’s idea that...
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As a visual medium that produced stylistically distinct illustrations during Injuid, Muzaffarid, and Timurid eras, the Shiraz School of miniature featured a visual language that can be considered different from other schools in terms of continuity, empiricism, and the role of time. The present research proposes that if time is seen as a major contr...
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The paper investigates the cultural unit of “sanctity” in the light of the notion of “form of life”, in order to show how jazz master John Coltrane (1926–1967) pursued sanctity as a regulative model with regards both to personhood and musicianship, so as to translate his existential quest into music. Firstly, the paper briefly summarizes: what we m...
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The role of the semiotic analysis for media images to develop the photographer's visual perception and professional capabilities (Press photos for the Spanish flu and the Corona pandemic as a model) ‫أ.م.د‬ / ‫محمد‬ ‫جالل‬ ‫محمد‬ ‫عمرو‬ ‫األعالم‬ ‫بقسم‬ ‫المساعد‬ ‫األستاذ‬-‫واإلعالم‬ ‫األلسن‬ ‫كلية‬-‫مصر‬ ‫جامعة‬ ‫الدولية‬ Abstract: A media image,...
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Mengingat Bahasa Inggris begitu penting dalam komunikasi global, Bahasa Inggris telah dikenalkan kepada siswa sejak dini. Berbagai cara dilakukan guru dan orang tua dalam memperkenalkan Bahasa Inggris kepada siswa atau anak mereka. Salah satunya adalah menggunakan media pembelajaran yang tepat. Video animasi merupakan salah satu media pembelajaran...
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The essay investigates the anthropological concept of personhood from the point of view of the dialectics between two fundamental elements of the socio-cultural, linguistic, and semiotic construction of the self-identity of the human species: on the one hand, the human face and, on the other, the non-human muzzle. After demonstrating that their sem...
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The practice of parkour in urban spaces by young people, especially those who call themselves traceurs (“plotters”), illustrates how identities are formed in an ephemeral way by reinterpreting spaces in the city – briefly and without leaving a trace. However, in a sort of paradox, these interventions are registered in the socio-digital spectrum, to...
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Este libro nace desde la necesidad de muchos investigadores interesados en poder conocer metodologías que se hayan aplicado al campo de los imaginarios y representaciones, las cuales pueden servir como orientación para sus proyectos o para inspirar ideas o “modos de hacer”. Lleva implícito un trasfondo epistemológico sobre una de las corrientes de...
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The paper presents a semiotic interpretation of the phenomenological debate on the notion of person, focusing in particular on Edmund Husserl, Max Scheler, and Edith Stein. The semiotic interpretation lets us identify the categories that orient the debate: collective/individual and subject/object. As we will see, the phenomenological analysis of th...
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This paper takes stock of some of the most important concepts and terminology in three fields of linguistic study, and their relevance for the training of well-informed translations and conference interpreters. The aspects comprise herein were delivered in form of a lecture which was part of a course of Semantics and Pragmatics held during the acad...
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The average weight and height of National Basketball League (NBA) players is decreasing year by year (Brady, Benedict. 2017. Maybe we should call it skinny-ball: Weight vs. height in the NBA. Harvard Sports Analysis Collective. http://harvardsportsanalysis.org/2017/11/maybe-we-should-call-it-skinnyball-weight-vs-height-in-the-nba/ (accessed 30 Sept...
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In this paper I will focus on the concept of the person in its philosophical, representative and bodily facets, in a gender perspective. Starting from the interesting figure of Gianna Beretta Molla, known for having been beatified for having sacrificed her own life to save that of the child she was carrying, I’ll try to reason about some key concep...
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Semiotics, which has permeated every aspect of our lives from past to present, also offers many areas as a means of communication. From an artistic point of view, fields such as literature, cinema, and music are important disciplines as a way of communication. Graphic design, which is used together with these disciplines, has a significant contribu...
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Analyser la traduction suivant les coordonnées de la signification et de la communication c’est l’envisager de la perspective de la sémiotique. C’est ce que cet ouvrage fait afin de réunir dans une analyse cohérente ces éléments-là qui définissent la traduction en tant que système de signification et processus de communication. Les deux mots clés,...
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In general, every woman exposed legs as a form of a symbol (sign) to be appreciated, adored, and center of attention of men. Surah an-Naml [27]: 44 also mentions the story of bared legs of a woman. Does An-Naml verse 44 have the same sign as the circumstances in general? This paper discusses the meaning of wa ka shafat 'an saqaiha, especially Surah...
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The word libās can be found in several surahs of the Qur'an. There are various meanings of the word libās. For this reason, this study aims to discuss the basic concepts of Michael Camille Riffaterre's Semiotics and how to apply the meaning of the word libās in Q.S. Al-Baqarah [2] :187. In this research, the method used by the authors was descripti...
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With the rapid development of information technology, art has become the most widely used form of visual art in the media. It is not only expressive but also closely related to the traditional art of painting. Excellent hand-drawn illustrations not only have stronger image expression and effect but also have an impact on people’s emotions. Therefor...
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The question I have tried to answer is whether there is such a thing as linguistic alienation and what its consequences are for Marxist literary studies and for understanding the so-called "superstructure" in general. Relevant assumptions on this subject were elaborated, above all, in the sixties and seventies by Lefebvre, Rossi-Landi, Baudrillard...
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The paper presents a biosemiotic approach to the study of the built environment, its representations and practices in social media. First, it outlines the main developments that make semiotics hold a significant position in the study of urban space and the built environment. It then goes on to overcome the limitations of the binary opposition parad...
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This study was concerned with researching the advertising discourse on websites, as it is one of the basic and advanced advertising methods that are indispensable today for all advertisers in promoting their services and products, by identifying some of the characteristics of this type of advertisements, its accurate and innovative techniques, and...
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Inverse text normalization (ITN) is an essential post-processing step in automatic speech recognition (ASR). It converts numbers, dates, abbreviations, and other semiotic classes from the spoken form generated by ASR to their written forms. One can consider ITN as a Machine Translation task and use neural sequence-to-sequence models to solve it. Un...
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The study investigates the COVID-19 related language of fear and apprehension in a Pakistani newspaper's political drawings. These cartoons are a powerful way to visualize any current and critical situation as one picture tells the whole story. Cartoonists' drawings are also used to convey a specific meaning behind visual elements. The current rese...
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In this paper, we present a cross-disciplinary collaboration model inspired by collaborative action research (CAR) developed at a computer science department at a University of Applied Sciences in Austria. We outline the roles which language teachers at the institution and external collaborators (teacher educators and language specialists) play in...
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Wine has an indispensable position in the ancient national food culture. Among them, wine vessels, as material carriers, are the core of ancient national wine culture, reflecting social functions, plastic arts, craft production, customs, habits, etc., and therefore are also the concrete expression of spiritual and institutional culture. Ancient eth...
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The Romanian textile arts of the 20th century balanced through artistic expression between realism and innovation, between iconicity and plastic symbolism, suggesting stories, myths. One of the most interesting hypostases of visual semiotics observed in this field is the bivalence state between sign and narrative in the same plastic work, the condi...
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This paper questions archaeology as a practice that, by unearthing and interpreting the signs of the past, leaves its own traces on the present of a site, a district, a community. Archaeology can be used to do so by different stakeholders, through the creation of discontinuity both in a region’s landscape – i.e. by choosing to attract visitors towa...
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Pedagogic register is a rich description of the semiotic options of teachers and students in classrooms. It “…offers a method for analysing pedagogic practice of all kinds that is detailed, exhaustive and appliable to designing effective teaching practice” (Rose, 2018, p.1). While pedagogic register analysis has clear origins in SFL-based pedagogy,...
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Being the contemporary of Roland Barthes and also prominent scholar in French Semiotics, and also known for founding the Parisian School of Semiotics, Algirdas Julien Greimas, with his formal trainings in structural linguistics shaped the theory of signification by adding plastic semiotics. Indeed, his masterly contributions that had given a new di...
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Abstrak: Penelitian ini dilatarbelakangi oleh permasalahan wayang purwa yang saat ini mulai kurang mendapat perhatian masyarakat khususnya generasi muda. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menggali estetika wayang Punakawan yang bersifat paradoks melalui kacamata tafsir simbolik. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif dengan wayang Punakawan...
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Pa'katia is taught from generation to generation orally so it is feared that its authenticity will fade by the influence of the current era of globalization and information, because at present time pa'katia has rarely been performed at funeral ceremonies, especially in the Sa'dan-Toraja area. Because of this problem at this time, many people do not...
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Violence attributed to the various agitating groups in the country has become a common occurrence across the Nigerian states. This paper explored a cross-comparative analysis of the pictorials of activities of two northern Nigerian agitating groups (the Boko Haram sect and the Fulani herdsmen) as semiotics signs of violence within the Nigeria socio...
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z Çalışmanın temel amacı; Suriye iç savaşı örneğinde çocukların savaşa yönelik haberlerde yer alan görseller aracılığıyla nasıl temsil edildiklerini, çocuk odaklı habercilik bağlamında incelemektir. Bu amaç doğrultusunda; "Savaş konulu haberlerde kullanılan fotoğraflarda çocuklar nasıl temsil edilmektedir?" sorusunun cevabı aranmıştır. Çalışmanın ö...
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Semiotic analysis of the Superhero sign. How the image of Yoda Master from Star Wars is decoded? Semiotics and Culture Theory
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His article presents a didactic sequence that aimed to develop an Olympic didactic sequence aiming to subsidize the learning of the incenter of any triangle from the use of GeoGebra, as a way of helping the student in the construction of the geometric object, through visualization, perception and mathematical intuition, using the Theory of Register...
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Semantics studies have been experiencing an ever-growing utilization and application in packaging, product labeling and, more broadly, in marketing strategies. Considering the food and wine sector, existing research on semantics application in labeling confirms its worth in influencing consumers’ perception of products. In this sense, it is a funda...
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In this paper, a logically unambiguous thought experiment with the potential of physical realization is presented to show that under the given condition, the postulate of the constancy of speed of light in vacuum would lead to logically impossible results. A much involved analysis is provided in this writing showing that the most plausible cause fo...
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Purpose: In the context of knowledge management, we argue that there is no singular way to understand our own reality because we are constantly entangled in a juxtaposed plurality of postmodern information systems. Humans define their realities and worldviews through culture, ethnicity, language, semiotics, systems of meanings, communities of pract...
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La educación inclusiva como categoría semiótica concierne a todos los niveles de producción, es un singular operador semiótico desconocido. Si partimos de la premisa que la educación inclusiva es un signo heterodoxo que altera el orden habitual de las cosas, entonces, su naturaleza sígnica posee la capacidad de activar, de poner en movimiento, de c...
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This paper investigates one aspect of meaning making that occurs in the wake of systemic change. It addresses the question of how time is re-configured by socio-material changes resultant from the COVID-19 pandemic. Employing a semiotic perspective, we aim to describe a process of disruption and distress, which leads to a recognition of the oddness...
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Three decades ago, M. A. K. Halliday, the founder of systemic functional linguistics (SFL), presented a paper to AILA in Greece entitled New ways of meaning: a challenge to applied linguistics (Halliday, 1990) , introducing the notion of an ecological study of language (Fill & Mühlhäusler, 2001). In this seminal paper, Halliday emphasizes that “lan...
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The purpose of this article is to examine how signifiers and empty signifiers may contribute to the mainstreaming of environmental and sustainability education in teacher education. We argue that the moniker of environmental and sustainability education is an empty signifier in that it fails to convey meaning about what it signifies. Tracing the hi...
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Se presenta una propuesta teórico-didáctica basada en el uso del software GeoGebra para mejorar la comprensión de la resolución de problemas de optimización en la enseñanza del cálculo diferencial en el bachillerato. La investigación se fundamentó teóricamente en los aportes de la resolución de problemas vista como objeto de enseñanza y en los regi...
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Literary text has been an issue of extensive research in numerous linguistic traditions. However, it remains a category open to further investigation. In this article we will mainly consider the seemingly simple issues of the literary text's volume and insularity. These will be regarded in the perspectives of text linguistics and decoding stylistic...
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This article examines how specialist music secondary schools in England present themselves on their websites and social media platforms. We consider visual communication codes and how such patterns reflect cultural distinctions and social boundaries. Multimodal critical discourse analysis is used to demonstrate how the choice of semiotic resources...
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The way comparative law methodology is handled by the variety of experiences of normative complexity around the world is, in itself, a stimulating and promising field of research. In particular, the “hybrid” character of the European Union legislation, being juridical and linguistic at the same time, remains the core of comparative law studies, but...
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According to recent social science research, the relationship between central bankers and market professionals is characterized by a triple one-way asymmetry: the former are integrated, constrained and bound by the latter. This article uncovers a fourth type of relationship, asymmetric in the other direction: in order to make decisions in situation...
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Do signers of different signed languages establish and maintain reference the same way? Here we compare how signers of five Western deaf signed languages coordinate fully conventionalized forms with more richly improvised semiotics to identify and talk about referents of varying agency. The five languages (based on a convenience sample) are Auslan,...
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A close look at the education system reveals that too much attention is attached to text while visuals, such as pictures and cartoons, are often deemed as “decoration”, or are not incorporated in the textbooks at all. Visual texts constitute a part of daily communication, which can potentially bear many layers of meaning. Such a complexity involved...
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En este artículo analizamos el cruce entre fotografía, complejidad narrativa y memoria en el cine postclásico. Atendemos al uso de la fotografía como recurso narrativo dentro de los denominados mind-game films; concretamente, los protagonizados por personajes amnésicos. En la era de la postfotografía, postverdad y fake news, el cine contemporáneo i...
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Humans will never be separated from what is called daily needs, whether it be food, drinks, kitchen utensils, toiletries, and so on and can be fulfilled by every human being by buying them in certain places, depending on where the place provides the goods needed. is needed. Humans also usually cannot be separated from the effects of video ad impres...
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Se presenta una investigación sobre las relaciones imaginarias entre los habitantes de la región Oriente Antioqueño, en Colombia, y sus objetos favoritos, desglosados en tres generacion