"Introduction to Representation" - Stuart Hall Essay
"Introduction to Representation" - Stuart Hall Essay ENG W131
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Date Created: 09/13/15
Hall Essay 8 28 2015 Key Terms h g g More than just words Can be expressed through symbols signs music art images etc Shows meaning All the various ways that we communicate with each other MLHng Meanings are produced everyone contributes Meanings change over time Culture Cultures vary throughout time and society About shared meanings Without language it s difficult to be part of a culture Representation Sign Communication 0 Representation O The re presenting or showing again of something to someone O Fundamental job of language written or spoken is to represent 0 Representations are always subjective I Limited we only have one set of sensory equipment I Partial we all have a subjective perspective on the world sometimes don t see things as others do I Incomplete There is always more knowledge to acquire
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