Naomi S. Baron

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In October of 1976, the newly-organized Semiotic Society of America convened its first conference. The attendees – literature professors, anthropologists, popular culture specialists, French teachers, art historians, linguists, philosophers – each seemed to have a personal reason for coming. Some were fans of Charles Sanders Peirce (an early figure in(More)
While roughly half of the world’s population has access to mobile phones, people in different cultural contexts sometimes use – or view – their phones in divergent ways. A growing variety of country-specific studies have emerged over the past decade, though the number of cross-cultural studies has been smaller, especially with respect to identical survey(More)