Encyclopedia of Semiotics
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The Encyclopedia of Semiotics is a reference guide to concepts in semiotics, sign theory, and cultural studies. The Encyclopedia contains three hundred entries scholars in a variety of fields—from anthropology and literary theory to linguistics and philosophy and surveys the study of signs and symbols in human culture. The articles cover key concepts, theories, theorists, schools of thought, and issues in communications, cognition, and cultural theory. From introductions to Barthes and Bakhtin to analyses of gossip and myth, this is a valuable reference for students, scholars, or anyone interested in language, symbols, and the transmission of information.
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