METODO

International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

Book

188671

Springer, Dordrecht

1983

415 Pages

ISBN 978-1-4615-9330-0

Semiotics 1981

Edited by

John Deely , Margot D Lenhart

Publication details

Full citation:

Deely, J. , Lenhart, M.D. (eds) (1983). Semiotics 1981, Springer, Dordrecht.

Table of Contents

Hypersemiosis

Choul Jean-Claude

13-20

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Icon and symbol

Giordano Michael J.

29-37

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Semiotic phenomenology and Peirce

Sullivan Patrick

83-93

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Contexts for language learning

Carey Robert F.

97-106

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The semiotic function of audience

Langellier Kristin M.

107-116

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Searching for a word as an interactive activity

Harness Goodwin Marjorie

129-137

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Sly moves

Marshall Carucci Laurence

139-151

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The study of gesture

Kendon Adam

153-164

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What's in a word?

Salus Peter

201-207

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Subjects and objects

Preziosi Donald

263-272

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Kitsch

Niklas Ursula

273-279

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Talent and technique in theatre

Peterson Eric E.

281-291

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The Teller and the tale

Brey Simmons Sarah

301-306

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The guinea pigs by Ludvík Vaculík

Volek Bronislava

307-315

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The tell-the-tale detail

Frascari Marco

325-336

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Who apes English?

Horner Jack K.

347-357

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Sociology and semiotics

Jiménez-Ottalengo Regina

369-376

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Semiotic theory and language learning

Thompson Nancy S.

377-384

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Architectural semiotic analysis

Lindsey Shelagh; Sakellaridou Irini

387-398

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"Musement on the whole"…an attitude toward space

Dale McBride Richard; Patton Howell R.

399-414

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