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  • Sign (linguistics) — There are many models of the linguistic sign (see also sign (semiotics)). A classic model is the one by the Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure. According to him, language is made up of signs and every sign has two sides: the signifier (French… …   Wikipedia

  • Linguistic purism in Icelandic — is the sociolinguistic phenomenon of linguistic purism in the Icelandic language. Its aim is to substitute loanwords with the creation of new words from Old Icelandic and Old Norse roots and prevent new loanwords entering the language. In Iceland …   Wikipedia

  • sign — [sīn] n. [ME signe < OFr < L signum, a mark, token, prob. < base of secare, to cut (see SAW1): orig. sense prob. “incised mark”] 1. something that indicates a fact, quality, etc.; indication; token [black as a sign of mourning] 2. a) a… …   English World dictionary

  • Sign language — Two men and a woman signing. A sign language (also signed language) is a language which, instead of acoustically conveyed sound patterns, uses visually transmitted sign patterns (manual communication, body language) to convey meaning… …   Wikipedia

  • Linguistic Society of America — The Linguistic Society of America (LSA) is a professional society for linguists. It was founded in 1924 to advance linguistics, the scientific study of human language. The LSA has over 5,000 individual members and welcomes linguists of all kinds …   Wikipedia

  • Sign — A sign is an entity which signifies another entity. A natural sign is an entity which bears a causal relation to the signified entity, as thunder is a sign of storm. A conventional sign signifies by agreement, as a full stop signifies the end of… …   Wikipedia

  • Sign (semiotics) — In semiotics, a sign is something that stands for something else, to someone in some capacity [Marcel Danesi and Paul Perron, Analyzing Cultures .] . It may be understood as a discrete unit of meaning, and includes words, images, gestures, scents …   Wikipedia

  • sign —    by John Lechte   Marx developed a political economy based on a productivist and materialist metaphysic. He argued that the world of work and labour power were the key elements in understanding the fetishism of the commodity form in bourgeois… …   The Baudrillard dictionary

  • Linguistic relativity — Anthropology Fields Archaeology Biological anthropology Cultural anthropology Linguistic anthropology Social anthropology …   Wikipedia

  • Linguistic imperialism — For the book by Robert Phillipson, see Linguistic Imperialism. Linguistic imperialism, or language imperialism, is a linguistics concept that involves the transfer of a dominant language to other people. The transfer is essentially a… …   Wikipedia

  • Linguistic meaning — See also Meaning (linguistics). Linguistic meaning is the content carried by the words or signs exchanged by people when communicating through language. Restated, the communication of meaning is the purpose and function of language. A… …   Wikipedia


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