semiotician

NOUN
  1. a specialist in the study of meaning
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How To Use semiotician In A Sentence

  • To his mind, a semiotician is essentially a sleuth on a mission to divine the truth. Times, Sunday Times
  • We need to ask a semiotician. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meanwhile, what Poynter and Youtube are looking for might better be described as “context analyst,” or what used to be known as a semiotician. The Editor and the Curator (Or the Context Analyst and the Media Synesthete) | Tomorrow Museum
  • I understand this to mean that he identifies himself mainly as a social semiotician who is ... Literacy News – 120th Edition « News « Literacy News
  • Dave: I confess to formalist tendencies, though I'm certainly not a semiotician like some other people! On/In
  • The semiotician in me sees the chalkboard as far more than a mere stage prop. Given that Fox News has access to the most sophisticated and blaring computer graphics to drive home its political points, Beck's use of the chalkboard is remarkably low-tech (even inside a very high-tech television studio). Joseph A. Palermo: Glenn Beck: "Historian" for a Troubled America
  • As a semiotician of pop culture, I am less interested in the content of the big ape's remarks than in the manner which which they were made. On Top of Old Baldy: James Wolcott
  • I understand this to mean that he identifies himself mainly as a social semiotician who is … Literacy News – 118th Edition « News « Literacy News
  • I'm reminded of the famous essay by the semiotician Roland Barthes, who analysed an image of a black soldier saluting the French flag.
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