On Message Structure: A Framework for the Study of Language and Communication

  title={On Message Structure: A Framework for the Study of Language and Communication},
  author={R. Rommetveit},
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METRICAL PATTERNS In essence, the theory to be presented here states that dance forms are generated by the encoding of abstract metrical patterns into an organized sequence of movements. The theoryExpand
La Danse comme objet sémiotique
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