Event Title

Challenging communication processes through recent semiotic paradigms

Session

Journalism, Media and Communication

Description

The aim of the present text is to advance some significant scholarly discussions in the field of semiotics, which have brought revolutionary approaches to the communication process. I aim to argue on the nature of the communication process today as a “way of signs” [such as explicated by (Deely, 2009)], in difference to the traditional semiotic processes based on duality and dichotomous provisions. I will attempt at exemplifying this phenomenon through the “semiotics of passions”, recently introduced through Greimas and Fontanille (1993), as well as through existential semiotics, as the last revolution in frames of semiotic studies (Tarasti, 2015). The aim is twofold: to explicate the communication process itself as well as its outcomes: the signification process. The paper shall exemplify “artistic” realities, as opposed to realistically “lived” social contexts.

Keywords:

semiotics, communication, existence, social context

Session Chair

Gjylije Rexha

Session Co-Chair

Safet Zejnullahu

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.233

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Challenging communication processes through recent semiotic paradigms

Pristina, Kosovo

The aim of the present text is to advance some significant scholarly discussions in the field of semiotics, which have brought revolutionary approaches to the communication process. I aim to argue on the nature of the communication process today as a “way of signs” [such as explicated by (Deely, 2009)], in difference to the traditional semiotic processes based on duality and dichotomous provisions. I will attempt at exemplifying this phenomenon through the “semiotics of passions”, recently introduced through Greimas and Fontanille (1993), as well as through existential semiotics, as the last revolution in frames of semiotic studies (Tarasti, 2015). The aim is twofold: to explicate the communication process itself as well as its outcomes: the signification process. The paper shall exemplify “artistic” realities, as opposed to realistically “lived” social contexts.