Semiology / Semiotics

Semiology The semiotics or semiology is the science that studies the signnos and laws that govern them, this comes from the Greek word meaning semeion sign, and that means study Deloge. To understand the semiology is the study of signs is proved necessary to know the elements that constitute the basis of the definition of Umberto Eco The semiotics studies all cultural processes as comunhicacion process, whereas cultural phenomena com communicative phenomena structural linguistics provides the main elements of semiology Language and speech: the tongue is a sign sistemaorganizado established for communication within a society known as Tami codes to a comparative level. Speech is the individual to express his tongue. signifier and signified: Includes two planes of sinnificado, ie it expresses the concept, the physical representation of the thing and is associated with the signifier that is the level of expression system phrase: Systems is the set of signs that have a relationship with each other so that changes in any of them affects the other by example: a group of pieces of a clock represents a lsintagnma sistema.E chained form is represented and is consistently a juxtaposition of different signs for a unit signifacado example: speech is of a phrase, in the sense that words are organized or are linked to each other followed. denotation and connotation: They are two terms in oposicion.La relacionana denotation is the action of state or mean something by a sign, the connotation as opposed to denotative meaning, basic, literal, or associative, gives a secondary meaning such a bocablo or expression derived from one of the more or less told the concept. for example the image of a cat. (normandy 1925 / Paris 1980) The camera lucida (book Barths) Semiology Barth: is the science that studies the life of signs within social life the subject and its definition are atrbuidos to sasur linguistics linguistics which considered as a part of this science in so you can genreal relate these two disciplines. We must distinguish the semiology of semiotics, originally no difference even if the use television link euopea wing more semiology and semiotics to television Anglo-Saxon (with Charles Sanders Peirce). mediated relationship is unlimited signs that every sign points to another basic elements of semiotics: 1-.Signo or significant: It is the word. 2-.objeto: As regards the sign. 3-.Interprete: The serefire sign to another sign. Pierce established many classifications WHEREOF sign before mentioned is the best known symbol, index and icon. Symbol: The type of sign that is replaced by social convention for the purpose designated, is the very symbol is the sign Index: Type of sign which refers to an object without affirming or denying anything about it, a sign that merelyindicates. Icon: A sign referred to the object according to its similarity Roland Barthes said that the photographic message are two types of code: Code word: Any type of image contains a different sense nesesita realize their significance through a verbal message. Iconic code: There are two types of message: Denotes: comes from the photographic material itself, of what the photo is the system itself or himself. WWW Renowned: The significance which seeks to build the image.