Five Hundred and Eighty-Second Meeting. May 14, 1867. Monthly Meeting; On a New List of Categories

  title={Five Hundred and Eighty-Second Meeting. May 14, 1867. Monthly Meeting; On a New List of Categories},
  author={C. S. Peirce}
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Evidence of Grammatical Knowledge in Apes: An Analysis of Kanzi’s Performance on Reversible Sentences

Ape language acquisition studies have demonstrated that apes can learn arbitrary mappings between different auditory or visual patterns and concepts, satisfying the definition of symbol use. The

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Images from the Battlefields: How Al-Jazeera and BBC News Sites Visually Framed the Libyan Revolution

  • K. Ireri
  • Political Science
    Visual Communication Quarterly
  • 2022
The present research examines how the 2011 Libyan Revolution was visually framed on Al-Jazeera English and BBC news sites. Using images embedded in the news links of the two sites, the study

The Interplay of Text and Image on the Meaning-making Processes of Adult L2 Learners with Emerging Literacy: Implications for Test Design and Evaluation Frameworks

ABSTRACT This study investigates meaning-making processes in language and literacy assessments. Using a social semiotic perspective, it examines how adult second language learners with emerging

From signs of language and culture to semioses of life: appreciating Tom Sebeok’s role in the building of global semiotics

Abstract This paper is an attempt at evaluating the advancement of the conceptual and methodological framework of semiotics across its neighboring disciplines as launched and promoted by Thomas

Here Comes the Flood, but Not Failure? Lessons to Learn after the Heavy Rain and Pluvial Floods in Germany 2021

Floods are a known natural hazard in Germany, but the amount of precipitation and ensuing high death toll and damages after the events especially from 14 to 15 July 2021 came as a surprise. Almost

Groundwork: place-based integrative actor training in a fluctuating world

Acting and performance programs are shifting to respond to the variety of professional areas they serve. In this article, the authors discuss their integrative practice actor training based in