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International Journal of Applied Semiotics
Edited by
François Victor Tochon, Marcel Danesi, and Linda Rogers

se·mi·ot·ics: 1. The study of signs and symbols as elements of communicative behavior; the analysis of systems of communication, as language, gestures, or clothing. 2. A general theory of signs and symbolism. — Random House Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary

I like to think of semiotics as the natural function of reading signs that exist in nature and are created by and for people. We see footprints in snow, the beginnings of spring, the raised eyebrow of a friend, and hear the tone in the voice of a loved one. We act within an interweaving of signs and symbol systems. When we examine them, we can know why and make choices. — Linda Rogers

International Journal of Applied Semiotics (IJAS) constitutes a forum of research and discussion on the applications of semiotic theory to education, clinical practices, learning and other areas of social concern. It also provides space for original work in semiotic theory and practice. It is published twice annually.

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