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LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION IN SEMIOTIC PERSPECTIVE
LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION IN SEMIOTIC PERSPECTIVE

Author(s): Olger Brame, Alma Karasaliu
Subject(s): Language studies, Semiotics / Semiology, Communication studies
Published by: ЮГОЗАПАДЕН УНИВЕРСИТЕТ »НЕОФИТ РИЛСКИ«
Keywords: language; communication; semiotic perspective; signs; form of communication
Summary/Abstract: Language, in terms of communication, can be defined as a semiotic tool used during the interactive human agreement. There are two important components of verbal structure in this definition, such as: compound "semiotic", otherwise called as "semantic-referent", which means that it possesses form and content, and "cooperative agreement", related to the main function of the language – that of agreement and cooperation without which there can be no language. Communica-tion can also be achieved by means of other signs, not necessarily part of language, but related to the latter.