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    INSTITUTE OF ART STUDIES‚ Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Stela Borisova Tasheva SEMIOTICS OF ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS DETAILED SUMMARY of a PhD Thesis in the field of "Theory and History of Architecture" Code 02 17 01 Scientific Advisor: Dr. Arch. Dobrina Zheleva -Martins Reviewers: Professor Dr. Hristo Kaftandjiev Dr. Arch. Georgii Stanishev SOFIA 2012 The PhD thesis was discussed and proposed for defense proceedings on 6th March‚ 2012‚ after enlarged meeting of sector "Architecture"

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    Marketing Theory lecture 11: Marketing and the sign. Chapter 10 Culture has the substance of science. How does signs come to mean anything. When we see a sign‚ such as the apple on our Apple products‚ we connect this apple with many things. And we may not connect this apple with the same assumptions. E.g. what a company can charge for a bottle of water can depend on the company’s choice of signs used in their marketing. They can advertise that they donate some of the money to charity etc. Example

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    Lecture1 :   Review: Last week we talked about interpersonal communications. Gofman’s argument that people put on a front or a face. Comm is dramaturgical. Different circumstances call for different aspects of yourself to be brought into the public sphere. We all know that everybody is putting up a front and acting. It is in the acting that society comes together and is able to live together. Gofman is continuation of Katz two step flow‚ role of opinion leaders‚ and importance of people in comm

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    Contents 1.0 Introduction 3 2.0 Discussion of Theory 3 2.1 Semiotic Analysis 3 2.2 Content Analysis 3 3.0 Methodology 3 3.1 Code Making 4 4.0 Results 4 4.1 1983-90 Results 5 4.2 2007-13 Results 8 4.3 Overall Comparison 12 5.0 Application 12 6.0 Conclusion 13 7.0 References 14 1.0 Introduction This essay draws on Semiotic concepts of dividing the object (Atkin 2013) and social semiotic analysis of visual communication (Leewun‚ Jewitt 2004) to

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    Semiotics Mind Map 1. Process school. Figure: See section 6. “’It sees communication as a process by which one person affects the behaviour or state of mind of another” Fiske (2011: 2) The Message 2. Semiotics Figure: See section 7. “The second school (semiotics) sees communication as the production and exchange of meanings” Fiske (2011: 2) Signification __? The message interacts with people on order to produce meanings The Message 3. Signs and Codes “Signs are artefacts or acts

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    Messages‚ Signs‚ and Meanings A Basic Textbook in Semiotics and Communication 3rdedition Volume 1 in the series Studies in Linguistic and Cultural Anthropology Series Editor: Marcel Danesi‚ University of Toronto Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc. Toronto Disclaimer: Some images and text in the printed version of this book are not available for inclusion in the eBook. Messages‚ Signs‚ and Meanings: A Basic Textbook in Semiotics and Communication Theory‚ 3rdEdition by Marcel Danesi

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    This semiotic analysis discusses the advertising of the women’s perfume‚ Pleasures. The essay will analyze the advertisements in terms of its status as signs‚ whose meanings not only give a favorable impression of the product‚ but also are compatible with‚ and complementary to the feminine context in which they are intended. Although the advertisement does not physically represent the product‚ they all provide an important symbol of the product. The ads use a variety of signifiers which publicize

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    Lubna Khadija 1008154 Media‚ Culture and Ethics Semitic Analysis Assignment Semiotic analysis of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Beauty and the beast is a Walt Disney fairytale animation as a remake of an old French movie‚ ‘La Belle et La Bete’ . The movie in itself is a conglomeration of symbolic signs‚ indexical signs‚ connotations‚ denotations‚ paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations all in one. The animated movie contains various elements of signs‚ codes and myths in order to bring about a

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    These images carry with them social meanings and myths. “Semiotics‚ or semiology‚ is the study of signs‚ symbols‚ and signification. It is the study of how meaning is created‚ not what it is.” (Semiotic terminology 2001‚ p.1) Through analysing the image semiology allows a cultural researcher to investigate the hidden social myths within texts and discover their shared meanings. This essay explains some of the terminology used in semiotics and the ideologies behind this image. The essay demonstrates

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    Structuralism and Semiotics What is Structuralism? Structuralism is the name that is given to a wide range of discourses that study underlying structures of signification. Signification occurs wherever there is a meaningful event or in the practise of some meaningful action. Hence the phrase‚ "signifying practices." A meaningful event might include any of following: writing or reading a text; getting married; having a discussion over a cup of coffee; a battle. Most (if not all) meaningful events

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