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The symbolism analysis of Holocaust architecture on the basis of semiotics point of view - Focus on Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum Berlin - (기호론적 관점에 기초한 홀로코스트 건축의 상징성 분석 - 다니엘 리베스킨드의 유대인 박물관을 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Seung-Yeon;Lee, Sung-Hoon
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Interior Design Conference
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    • pp.270-274
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    • 2007
  • Clearing trace of symbol which was gone with a series of pre-modern architecture history since the modern architecture (pursuing true nature from tradition which is repeated and imitated unconsciously). That is, What is the course of deconstruction? In the early part of the 20th century, We still accept the necessity of decoration in spite of its existence at one time being threaten. This means, even though symbolism in architecture has relative importance by situation of Times, it plays an important role to add the past to current style through 'Symbol'. The history of Times, a carrier which reflects Present on New Futures, makes memory by gathering data but we can not amplify our historical imagination with only data. Data is a past memory and evidence but we can not substitute that for historical experience. And it is difficult for future generations who don't live through that history to change their historical recognition with recollecting memories. They have to draw history with data but it is very limited in itself. However, They can collect historical memory through symbol in architecture. In this study, We pay attention to the symbolism of a memorial hall architecture. So We'll analyze dichotomy concept of Barthes's signifiant and signifie, visual sign and course of symbolic meaning on basis of Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum.

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A Study on the Emotional Space Design Study According to Ceiling Height - Focusing on the Body Movement - (천장높이에 따른 감성공간디자인 연구 - 몸의 움직임을 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Jeong-Hwan;Oh, Young-Keun
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.20 no.6
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    • pp.173-182
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    • 2011
  • These days, Emotional Design is on the sustainable development through activity study thogh, until now, the study proceed too far with Sensibility Ergonomics applied to SD. However, on this paper, the study would be make progress through GSD that it applied to Verb. For this reason, applied to Emotional Design consideration of theory through JOAN MEYERS-LEVY's papaer titled "The Influence of Ceiling Height", Laban Movement Analysis and Aspect of Semiotics and then judgement of GSD would be make progress through experiment to collection of Emotional Vocabularies and evaluation of body movement. There is a method of analysis by using statistical program such as SPSS 18.0 and it would have validity of analysis. Here is a result of this study. According to heights of ceiling types(2.4M, 3.0M) there are differences between behavior of Figure Attachment, Emotional Vocabularies of the event and Body Movement. While the Figure Attachment has a tendency to restricted scope, CH has a tendency to make attachment within the scope. You could see the Negative Adjective for Emotional Vocabularies at CL and the Positive Adjective ranges at the CH. Basic body movement for passive, 'moving' and 'stretching' as shown at CL more than the CH. For active movement which has purpose, 'moving the weight' and 'stretching' as shown at CH more than at CL.

The Semiotic Meaning of Myth of Family and Gender Through the Corporate Advertisement: Focusing on the SK Advertisement (기업광고를 통해 본 가족신화와 젠더의 기호학적 의미: SK기업광고를 중심으로)

  • Cho, Hee-Sun;Baek, Seon-Gi;Yang, Da-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.48 no.9
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    • pp.27-40
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    • 2010
  • This study attempts to identify the process in which how the Myth of family and gender image are reproduced and taken in by the recipients through semiotics analysis of three versions consisting of children, husband and housewife series of SK corporate's TV advertisements from the last half of year 2009 to the first half of year 2010. The analysis of the corporate advertisements shows that each advertisement binds and stereotypes concept of family and gender to Myth of family, especially case of female, and consequently, the result through text analysis is that corporate advertisements reproduce and restructure traditional Myth of family and role of gender. Going forward, Family study requires to realize importance of effect of mass media, especially of TV advertisement, to research diverse case studies and searching about it.

Some Semiotic Applications in Mathematics Education (수학교육의 기호학적 적용)

  • Chung, Chy-Bong
    • Communications of Mathematical Education
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.461-481
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    • 2009
  • The semiotic approach to the mathematics education has been studied in last 20 years by PME, ICME conferences. New cultural developments in multi-media, digital documents and digital arts and cultures may influence mathematical education and teaching and learning activities. Hence semiotical interest in the mathematics education research and practice will be increasing. In this paper the basic ideas of semiotics, such as Peirce triad and Saussure's dyad, are introduced with some mathematical applications. There is some similarities between traditional research topics for concept, representation and social construction in mathematics education research and semiotic approach topics for the same subjects. some semiotic applications for an arithmetic problem for work, induction, deduction and abduction syllogisms with respect to Peirce's triad, its meaning in scientific discoveries and learning in geometry and symmetry.

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A Semiotic Analysis of Starcraft : Sense Analysis by Greimas's Carre Semiotique (스타크래프트에 관한 기호학적 분석 : 그레마스의 기호 사각형을 응용한 의미분석)

  • Park, Tae-Soon
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.21-29
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    • 2007
  • This paper attempts to analyze Starcraft by Greimas's Carre Semiotique and the theory of structure generation semiotics, which are useful for non verbal text as well as verbal text. First, by using the Christian Metz's grand syntagma theory and principle, this study articulated the text of starcraft. As a result, it revealed that Starcraft has the axis of sense of war and has the primary sense categories of production and destruction. The sense of the Starcraft is being generated by these axis of sense and sense categories. This analysis is expected to be a stepstone for the furthermore analysis of narrative and discoursive level.

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A Study on the Generative Structure of the Meaning and the Binary-Opposition in the Convergence of Fashion Design and Technology as a Emotional Method - Focused on Fashion Design Collections - (감성적 도구로서의 테크놀로지와 패션디자인의 융합에 나타난 이항대립과 의미생성구조 - 패션디자인 컬렉션을 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Jee Hyun;Kim, Jieun;Ryu, Lim Jeong
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.63 no.7
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    • pp.134-147
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    • 2013
  • Today, the convergence of fashion design and digital technology has become a popular method and accordingly been tried variously in the fashion area. This study aimed to analyze the character of the collaboration with fashion and technology, and the meaning of technology as emotional expression methods. Selected designer's collections, literature and other related studies were reviewed in order to analyze the generative structure of the meaning and the binary-opposition in the convergence of body, fashion design and technology. Literatures and selected designer's collections were reviewed and quantitatively studies were performed to classify the convergence of human bodies, fashion design and technology through Greimas Semiotics rectangle based on binary-opposition of meaning and isotophy analysis. The research presents three types of fashion technology methods: mechanical movement, light/digital media, and virtual image. The convergence of fashion and technology was classified as the direct convergence and the indirect convergence. The direct convergence was characterized by variability and has automatic, independent movement, but the indirect convergence was shown closed and to have contradistinctive images.

A Semiotic Study on the Formation Process of Korean Folk-Belief (한국 속신의 형성과정에 대한 기호학적 고찰)

  • Kim, Kyung-Seop;Kim, Eun-Joo
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.171-178
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    • 2018
  • Man is confronted with a lot of unknowable phenomena in his life. With the passage of time, man has interpreted the world by the accumulation of experience and development of thought. In the early days of the civilization when all the phenomena was not explained in a scientific way, man was dependent of the psycho-cultural interpretation by the accumulation of experience. Folk-Belief is one of the psycho-cultural interpretation about the nature. If Folk-Belief is paraphrased in a semiotic way, it is as follows : 'the traditional expression which believes that one or several sign and condition show one or several effects.' In this respect, Folk-Belief is the interpretation about the nature, man and society, as it were, the world. Folk-Belief is folkloristic semiotics. This article intends to clarify the process of Folk-Belief formation process. To investigate the Folk-Belief formation process, this article regards Folk-Belief as an interpretant which is the term from the semiotic theory of C. S. Peirce. Peirce explains the incessant semiosis that sign brings forth sign through the trichotomy relation among sign - object - interpretant. Folk-Belief is explained by the general characteristics of interpretant of Peirce when we regard Folk-Belief as an interpretant. By Peirce, Folk-Belief is 'something which believes that human mind represents something about some phenomena' The category of 'some phenomena' is included in a range of semiotics, we can look into Folk-Belief in a semiotic way.

Adaptation of Peirce's typology of signs to architectural design (퍼스 기호 유형론의 건축 디자인 적용 연구)

  • Hwang, Yeong-Sam;Park, Mi-Jin;Kim, Yeong-Hee
    • 기호학연구
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    • no.54
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    • pp.205-224
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    • 2018
  • This research is to investigate the way to combine Peirce's typology of signs with architectural design. A new diagram is suggested to ensure the continuity of Peirce's typology, by rearranging and reconstructing the well known inverted triangle diagram showing the structure of the typology. The new diagram is easier to understand the organization of the typology, by showing the linkages between sign types and their relationships with other types. A way to adapt the new diagram to architectural design for the purpose of representing typology as well as ensuring model growth as semiotic model for architectural design model. The new model is organized of three sign clusters, sinsign cluster, legisign cluster, and symbolic cluster. They are interrelated through successive inclusion and case inclustion. The new model is organized of threefold layers. The first layer is internal structure of each cluster. The second is interrelation between cluster. The third is mediation of symbolic cluster between sinsign cluster and legisign cluster. This paper investigate and demonstrate the possibility of adaptation of the new model in architectural design. It has been argued that the theoretical basis of sign typology is adaptable to architectural design by principle. More future research issues are discussed.

Image Semiotics of Korean traditional Pattern (한국 전통문양의 이미지기호학)

  • 김영순;남병효;한지애
    • Proceedings of the Korea Society of Design Studies Conference
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    • pp.68-69
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    • 2000
  • 이 연구의 목적은 한국 전통문양을 커뮤니케이션의 기본단위로 상정하기 위해 이들이 지니는 기호학적 의의를 고찰하고, 이미지를(Image) 중심으로 분류하여 전통문양의 현대화 작업에 기여하기 위함이다. 상기 목적을 달성하기 위해 본 연구팀은 한국전통문양의 이미지 기호학적 고찰을 시도하고, 이에 근거한 분류 모형을 제시할 것이다.

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Signifying Process in Fashion Magazine Advertisements - Centering on Advertisements Expressing Eroticism -

  • Lee, Woon-Hyun;Oh, Sun-Suk
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.5 no.5
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    • pp.16-26
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    • 2001
  • The object of this study is to reach a semiotics access in a specialized magazine advertisement, by emphasizing the advertisement, which uses eroticism. The main components of eroticism are voyeurism, narcissism, fetishism, masochism, and sadism. From the results of analyzing their impact on fashion magazine advertisements, which is limited in erotic expression, 'the women's gender role ideology' is mainstream. Especially, this is joined with a 'patriarch ideology' and the 'women's role ideology' on the view of feminism. It can be expressed erotic with 'traditional women's roles', 'rebelling against tradition', and a 'leading women role on sexuality'.

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