ISSN (printed): 1035-0330. ISSN (electronic): 1470-1219.
Social Semiotics has, from its inception in 1991, adopted a transdisciplinary approach to discourse, linguistics, cultural studies, communication, literature, performance, film, television, art and music, as a way of bringing together diverse discourses within an understanding of language as social semiotic. Social Semiotics connects discourse analysis with contemporary theory, feminist theories, psychoanalysis, deconstruction, and a variety of approaches to cultural studies. Social Semiotics is aimed at an international community interested in new and exciting ways of analysing and theorising discourse from a social semiotics perspective. It seeks to give a wider audience to recent work in social semiotics and invites contributions from anyone who feels at home in the transdisciplinary conjunction which it represents. This journal is of crucial importance to the way many in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities are conducting their research and scholarship.
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