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Thu Mar 24 2011

TOC: Semiotica 2011/184 (2011)

Editor for this issue: Justin Petro <justinlinguistlist.org>

        1.     Julia Ulrich , Semiotica Vol. 2011, No. 184 (2011)

Message 1: Semiotica Vol. 2011, No. 184 (2011)
Date: 23-Mar-2011
From: Julia Ulrich <julia.ulrichdegruyter.com>
Subject: Semiotica Vol. 2011, No. 184 (2011)
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Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton

Journal Title: Semiotica
Volume Number: 2011
Issue Number: 184
Issue Date: 2011

Main Text:

Volume: 2011, Number: 184 (April 2011)

The above issue is now available online at:

Nigerian dress as a symbolic language
Grace Ebunlola Adamo

Language and brain: Recasting meaning in the definition of human language
Edna Andrews

An exploration of the other side of semantic communication: How the spontaneous
movements of the human hand add crucial meaning to narrative
Geoffrey Beattie and Heather Shovelton

Rethinking gesture phases: Articulatory features of gestural movement?
Jana Bressem and Silva H. Ladewig

Peirce's 10, 28, and 66 sign-types: The simplest mathematics
Robert W. Burch

Qualitative-quantitative analysis of narrative structures: The narrative roles
of immigrants in Spanish television series
Xavier Ruiz Collantes, Matilde Obradors, Eva Pujadas, Joan Ferrés, and Óliver Pérez

Rethinking our understanding of diagrams
Kamaran Fathulla

Old and new covenants: Historical and theological contexts in Scribe's and
Halévy's La Juive
Robert Ignatius Letellier

The rod and the crocodile. Temporal relations in textual hermeneutics: An
application of Petri nets to semantics
Ephraim Nissan

Transcendence and alterity: On life, communication, and subjectivity
Susan Petrilli and Augusto Ponzio

Analyzing discourse topics and topic keywords
Richard Watson Todd

The fate of semiotics in China
Yiheng Zhao

Review article
Victoria Welby and the Signific Movement
Frank Nuessel

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

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