Analyzing Cultures: An Introduction and Handbook
Indiana University Press, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 413 pages
Designed for classroom use in a number of disciplines, this comprehensive introduction to cultural semiotics is also an easy-to-use reference for those who would like a better understanding of the topic. No other text provides this kind of practical framework for the classroom study of semiotics. Each of the 12 chapters is clearly written and self-contained.
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Language scientists came to see these as tantalizing bits and pieces for solving the puzzle of language origins . One possibility is that language developed ...
By the end of the nineteenth century language scientists had amassed ... that most of the modern Eurasian languages had evolved from a single language .
This is fairly persuasive evidence that there may have been language without speech in pre - Homo Sapiens species . The most probable mode of delivery of ...
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This book is an excellent introduction to the principles of semiotics. The writing style is accessible, making it perfect for undergraduates as well as interested lay readers, but also interesting ... Read full review
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Intelligent Organizations: Powerful Models for Systemic Management
Limited preview - 2008