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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «DENOTATIVE» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DENOTATIVE»
Discover the use of denotative in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to denotative and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Processing Facial Similarity: Utilizing Denotative and ...
While much research has examined the processes through which individuals encode and recognize faces, our understanding of the processes that are used when judging the similarity of two faces is less developed.
Stephen James Ross, 2008
Thinking Arabic Translation: A Course in Translation Method: ...
5.1 DENOTATIVE MEANING In this chapter and the next one, we shall consider
the two basic aspects of the semantic matrix of language: denotative meaning
and connotative meaning. Translation is concerned with meaning. But, as has ...
James Dickins, Sándor Hervey, Ian Higgins, 2013
Handbook of Semiotics
Thus, style (and connotation) is interpreted as a semiotic whose expression
plane consists of denotative elements of the language and whose content plane
consists of the stylistic values: "Thus it seems appropriate to view the connotators
Winfried Nöth, 1995
A Theory of Semiotics
These markers can be either denotative or connotative. Let me call denotative
markers those whose sum (or hierarchy) constitutes and isolates the cultural unit
which first corresponds to the sign-vehicle and upon which rely all the other ...
Umberto Eco, 1976
Peirce's Pragmatism: The Design for Thinking
have 'a specific denotative function.' The words 'denote' and 'connote' are two
terms that refer to the meaning of words." I explained. "Denote refers to a word
that brings out a specific meaning of something, making it clear in the sense of ...
Phyllis Chiasson, 2001
The Systematic Classic of Acupuncture & Moxibustion
These are denotative, connotative, and functional translations. A denotative
translation provides as close to a word for word translation as possible. For
instance, the words xian sheng ( 5fc4) might be translated denotatively as Elder
Born or ...
Mi Huangfu, 1994
DENOTATIVE SPECIFICITY Another set of variations, denotative specificity, is a
function of the amount of ambiguity in the symbol used to denote a specific
referent— the communicated object. A symbol (word) may in the literal sense
denote a ...
Albert Mehrabian, 1977
Neurotic and Psychotic Language Behaviour
(2) among these, primary and secondary meanings can be found; (3) the primary
denotative semes are to be found in the lexical meaning of the given word; (4) the
primary denotative semes have a distinctive character, i.e. even when only one ...
Ruth Wodak, Pete Van de Craen, 1987
Caged in Our Own Signs: A Book about Semiotics
For example, the denotative meaning of "home" is "shelter" or a "place to live."
There is no ambiguity in denotative meaning because it is objective and concrete
. Denotation occurs when a signified is known to everyone in the same manner.
Kyong Liong Kim, 1996
A Tight, Practical Integration of Relations and Functions
5.3.2 Evaluative Foots and Denotative Normalization Clauses can always be (
true-)footened by appending the constant foot true to Hornish rules, so that they
assume the explicitly true-footed form (5.5) of section 5.2.2 (leaving all other
Harold Boley, 1999
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DENOTATIVE»
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[Clinical Notes] Identifying as intersex
The term 'disorders of sex development' (DSD) however, is clear, denotative and encourages no biased thinking (unless one is the sort person ... «Rappler, Jul 15»
Widow, workaholic and 'incorruptible'… Meet Amina Zakari, the …
... she is telling you the truth: they surely know the denotative and connotative meanings of corruption on the account of what they see everyday. «TheCable, Jul 15»
Will the San Francisco Symphony be able to 'go the distance' on …
This symphony is unique in so many ways, not only having to do with the explicitly denotative approach to “A Recollection of Country Life” (the ... «Examiner.com, Jun 15»
What The Crap Is Gentrification Anyway?!
The denotative definition of gentrification states that it is “the process of renewal and rebuilding accompanying the influx of middle-class or ... «MTL Blog, May 15»
River City Festival theatre exciting event certain to educate, entertain
... of the cast in the realm of script writing where the words spoken may be taken by the audience for their denotative or connotative meaning. «The Exponent Telegram, May 15»
Michael Graves (1934–2015)
He came up with the idea of shrouding the obelisk in a sheath of blue mesh, emulating its shape and also replicating (in denotative fashion) the ... «Artforum, Apr 15»
24-Hour Drone Music festival at Basilica Hudson
It is not like the avant-garde to be quite so blunt and denotative in its choice of words, but “24-Hour Drone: Experiments in Sound and Music” ... «Almanac Weekly, Apr 15»
Diction is as Important as Choice of Words
Though the words 'cheap' and 'affordable' have the same denotative meaning, 'cheap' has a negative connotation whereas 'affordable' has a ... «The New Indian Express, Apr 15»
Karen Solie's The Road In is Not the Same as the Road Out …
... it is exactly as complex as it needs to be to express both Solie's connotative and denotative meanings. It's complex, but not convoluted. «National Post, Apr 15»
What We Talk About When We Talk About Capitalism
One can witness the collapse of Ralph Nader as well as the lack of co-ordination – or even useful denotative categorisation – amongst ... «CounterPunch, Apr 15»
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