Semiotics

Semiotics 1996
1996, ISBN 978-0-82-044045-3
Editors: John Deely, C.W. Spinks

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1. Semiotics: 1996
Preface
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i. gender & semiotics
2. Semiotics: 1996
Maureen Connolly, Tom Craig Medicalization of the Body, Feminization of Disease, Developing Regimes of Silence
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In this paper we address the objectivist logic of bipolar gender attribution, the entitlement of ideal masculine virtues, and the repression of so-called non-male characteristics in persons who live with chronic disabling conditions. More specifically, we show how the living experience of chronic disability continues to be co-opted by patriarchal strategies designed to keep particular bodies both invisible and silent.
3. Semiotics: 1996
William Pencak Emily Dickinson: Post-colonial Feminist, Post-Modern Semiotician
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4. Semiotics: 1996
Mattie Scott Sexual Harassment: A Semiotic Perspective
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5. Semiotics: 1996
Thomas W. Sheehan Femininity's Fugue: the Understanding of Woman in Andrei Tarkovsky's The Sacrifice
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Katherine Stephenson Mapping Matters: Corporeal Feminism's Materialization of Sexed Subjectivity
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ii. gendered mythspace
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Josephine Carubia Gender and Geometry in Virginia Woolf s To the Lighthouse
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Ellen McCracken Residual Signification in Re-accented Texts: Macarena, Madonna, and La Conquistadora
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Almira Ousmanova Gender Representation in Soviet Cinema: Fragmented Vision or Fragmented Image?
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Gila Safran-Naveh Tamar's Restoration of the "Self"
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