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“How Do Signs Come To Mean?” Reflections on the Goodwinian Interactional Approach to Empirical Investigations of the Human Semiotic Ecology
“How Do Signs Come To Mean?” Reflections on the Goodwinian Interactional Approach to Empirical Investigations of the Human Semiotic Ecology

Author(s): Johanne S. Philipsen, Lasse Vöge Jensen
Subject(s): Semiotics / Semiology, Semiology, Methodology and research technology, Human Ecology
Published by: TARTU ÜLIKOOLI KIRJASTUS
Keywords: Human Semiotic Ecology; Goodwinian Interactional approach;

Summary/Abstract: If we are to point to the most central and sustained feature of Chuck Goodwin’s impressive work, it is his persistent resistance to simplify the richness of human meaning-making in face-to-face interaction. Through a unique methodological combination of semiotics, linguistics, cognition, and phenomenology, he has continuously sharpened our understanding of the semiosis in co-action without compromising the empirical complexity of it.

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: 19
  • Page Range: 355-358
  • Page Count: 4
  • Language: English