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Identity, Creolisation and Cultural Semiotics

Peeter Torop
From the journal Chinese Semiotic Studies

Abstract

The identity of cultural texts and the creolisation of cultural languages and the existence of these texts and languages in media environment compel science to combine different possibilities of study more flexibly. Science itself is part of this culture and the study of communication in culture is inseparable from attempts to understand the process of communication between science and culture.

Published Online: 2011-9-1
Published in Print: 2011-9-1

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