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ERIC Number: ED003112
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Nov
Pages: 315
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A SOCIO- AND PSYCHO-LINGUISTIC THEORY OF PICTORIAL COMMUNICATION.
KNOWLTON, JAMES Q.
THE USE OF PICTORIAL SYMBOLS IN THE COMMUNICATIVE PROCESS WAS EXAMINED TO ENHANCE ASSOCIATED TEACHING AND LEARNING CONCEPTS. THE ANALYSIS WAS APPROACHED BY PROVIDING EMPIRICAL DATA ON CONCEPT FORMATION, SEMIOTICS, AND THE COMPARATIVE-DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH. ACTIVITIES INCLUDED--(1) EXAMINATION OF THE RESEARCH IN THE PICTORIAL AND MEDIA REALMS, (2) PRESENTATION OF A METALANGUAGE FOR CATEGORY DESCRIPTION, (3) COMPARISON OF WORDS AND PICTURES AS LINGUISTIC PHENOMENA AND WORDS AND PICTURES WITHIN CONCEPT ATTAINMENT, AND (4) DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIES TO OVERCOME THE DIFFICULTIES OF PICTORIAL RESEARCH. CONCLUSIONS SHOW POSSIBILITIES FOR EXTENDING CROSS-DISCIPLINARY DESCRIPTIVE WORK ON QUESTIONS IN THE REALM OF PICTORIAL COMMUNICATIONS. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington. Div. of Educational Media.
Identifiers: INDIANA