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Fri Apr 03 2009

TOC: Semiotica 2009/174 (2009)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

        1.    Julia Ulrich, Semiotica Vol 2009, No 174 (2009)

Message 1: Semiotica Vol 2009, No 174 (2009)
Date: 03-Apr-2009
From: Julia Ulrich <julia.ulrichdegruyter.com>
Subject: Semiotica Vol 2009, No 174 (2009)
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Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter

Journal Title: Semiotica
Volume Number: 2009
Issue Number: 174
Issue Date: 2009

Main Text:

Semiotica 2009-174 is now available online from Mouton de Gruyter at:

Table of Contents

The biosemiosis of prescriptive information
David L. Abel

Kitsch, irony, and consumerism: A semiotic analysis of Diesel advertising 2000–2008
Chris Arning

Modeling semiosis in Roentgen diagnosis
Robert M. Cantor

The semiosis of stone: A “rocky” rereading of Samuel Taylor Coleridge through
Charles Sanders Peirce
W. John Coletta, Dometa Wiegand, and Michael C. Haley

Disability in African films: A semiotic analysis
Patrick Devlieger and Jori De Coster

Beyond linguistics: Deixis, dementia, and the theatricality of speech in
Alzheimer's memoir
Anne Fleche

Indexicality as “symptom”: Photography and affect
Yuriko Furuhata

Is meaning information? Some thoughts on linguistic ambiguity, embodied emotion,
and the making of meaning
Sky Marsen

Double binds, triadic binds
Yair Neuman

Symbiotic symbolization by hand and mouth in sign language
Wendy Sandler

Picture, text, and imagetext: Textual polylogy
Virve Sarapik

Metonymy and its manifestation in visual artworks: Case study of late paintings
by Bruegel the Elder
Georgij Yu. Somov

Comments concerning the artist in a Peircean perspective
Bent Sørensen

Seven short comments on pragmatic semeiotic and branding
Torkild Thellefsen and Bent Sørensen

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
                            Ling & Literature
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

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