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Making Sense of Non-compliance: A Semiotic Approach [chapter]

Kwasi Dankwa, Keiichi Nakata
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Semiotic approach can aid in making sense of non-compliance behaviour in organisations.  ...  The next section analysis the semiotic approach and how it can be used to understand and to make sense of non-compliance behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-42102-5_11 fatcat:cr42mx24hjgrzfpzjhhc26gs2i


Christiane Bongartz, Anne Storch
at ideological constructs of language, in order to make transparent our limited and subjective take on it, and the possibility of other voices.  ...  ideological concepts in a post-colonial setting.  ...  Finally, we remain indebted to the Global South Studies Centre (University of Cologne) for their generous support of our trip to Jamaica.  ... 

Problems and Constraints in Translation: A Semiotic Perspective

Anna Rędzioch-Korkuz
2020 Między Oryginałem a Przekładem  
unlocks the potential of semiotics for translation studies.  ...  The article presents a working typology of potential constraints operating in translation.  ...  Moreover, non-compliance with such instructions may result in a translation that is not appropriate, adequate or accessible.  ... 
doi:10.12797/moap.26.2020.47.05 fatcat:6fgznvtsgraatlsleeklnqys3u

Synthesis and Plurality: Stories of the Self

Jason Wright
2005 International Journal of Transpersonal Studies  
It was not possible for her to determine the safest way to meet the needs of the CORE project as caregiver, so she attempted to control the situation by evoking her familiar narrative cycle of non-compliance  ...  ( , 1996 view of narrative reconstruction or soul making from a case history to teleological soul history.  ... 
doi:10.24972/ijts.2005.24.1.79 fatcat:pim3nuaalndc3ofk26x3uiwhji

Legal theory and sociology of law [chapter]

Joxerramon Bengoetxea
2020 Research Handbook on the Sociology of Law  
case of non-compliance; and people believe that non-compliance will not go unnoticed, so they had better comply.  ...  4 Who certifies non-compliance and how? How is the system of evil operated by the sovereign?  ... 
doi:10.4337/9781789905182.00008 fatcat:eeq5k5nk7zb7dijqqiro7mvwcq

Ready-to-wear sexual politics: The semiotics of visibility on Wits Pride T-shirts

Tommaso M. Milani, Koki Kapa
2015 Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus  
Drawing on a queer multimodal approach, the article offers an analysis of the four promotional T-shirts that were distributed each year between 2011 and 2014 by the Transformation and Employment Equity  ...  The aim of this article is to investigate T-shirts as semiotic tools of the politics of visibility, showing which role these sartorial artefacts may play in competing struggles for recognition in which  ...  We are also indebted to Gilles Baro and Scott Burnett for their insightful comments on a previous version of this article.  ... 
doi:10.5842/46-0-671 fatcat:x47iq4ddqvao5alg4y6bz3ik24

Framing "the Other" in Times of Conflicts: CNN's Coverage of the 2003 Iraq War

Chaker Mhamdi
2017 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
In order to develop an accurate sense of the programming that aired during the period under study, a qualitative content analysis was conducted in which a selected sample was selected and analyzed.  ...  This study is explored by a qualitative analysis of visual media practices in times of international conflicts.  ...  At the core of this package is a "central organising idea, or frame, for making sense of relevant events, suggesting what is at issue" (p. 13).  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2017.v8n2p147 fatcat:twkkm6uqnvherbpd5usgxv6d7q

Symbolic Legislation: An Essentially Political Concept

Prof. Dr. Bart van Klink
2014 Social Science Research Network  
The question that is addressed in this chapter, is whether there is a real -in the sense of epistemologically real -difference between the two concepts of symbolic legislation.  ...  Is it possible that one instance of legislation can be classified as symbolic legislation both in the negative sense and in the positive sense?  ...  The substantive provisions are written in a concrete and unambiguous language and are backed up, in case of non-compliance, by severe sanctions.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2540471 fatcat:5xsqa2k6s5ev5klg2ptvxjpxo4

Religious ideologemes in transition: A residue of theological virtues in the emotionalist ethics of Victorian novels

Iryna Pinich
2018 Lege Artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow  
ideology of emotionalist moral values.  ...  The paper claims that the amalgamation of Anglo-Catholic and Evangelical ideologies made for the subsequent transformation of theological virtues resulting in their internalized translation to the rising  ...  Furthermore, solidarity issues obligations to role-expectation which prescribe particular social roles and negative sanctions against non-compliance with them.  ... 
doi:10.2478/lart-2018-0008 fatcat:qvt3qo2m5zczhf7ht7anhasl3a

A theoretical framework of external accounting communication

Doris M. Merkl-Davies, Niamh M. Brennan
2017 Accounting Auditing & Accountability Journal  
Design/methodology/approach -The theoretical framework is based on two broad research perspectives on accounting communication: (A) a functionalist-behavioural transmission perspective and (B) a symbolic-interpretive  ...  Purpose -This paper provides a theoretical framework of external accounting communication in the form of a typology based on perspectives, traditions and theories from the discipline of communication studies  ...  For example, not providing an explanation of non-compliance under the comply-or-explain provisions of corporate governance codes (i.e., silence) may create the impression of compliance.  ... 
doi:10.1108/aaaj-04-2015-2039 fatcat:3ltkowjyrfavrc4ydwtyxnwt5y

The game localization handbook by Heather Maxwell Chandler and Stephanie O. Deming

Fernando Da Silva
2013 Ilha do Desterro  
from its intended audience, the gamer community, is the non-compliance with the genre conventions which are part of every game. names of characters, places, game items, humorous dialogues, etc.  ...  that compose this semiotically dynamic form of text .  ... 
doi:10.5007/2175-8026.2013n64p251 fatcat:u6jgjmpkmff2jbvzcl4imjar4e

Toward a multidimensional understanding of culture for health interventions

Asad L. Asad, Tamara Kay
2015 Social Science and Medicine  
evaluation-of a project.  ...  Based on these analyses, a tripartite definition of culture is builtas knowledge, practice, and change-and these distinct conceptualizations are linked to the success or failure of a project at each stage  ...  Is that non-compliance, or do we help them access the healthcare?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.09.013 pmid:26397866 fatcat:n67yyw4sqnadlob5ajqc27yugq

Development of an Annotation Schema for the Identification of Semantic Uncertainty in DIN Standards [chapter]

Jörn Stegmeier, Jakob Hartig, Michaela Leštáková, Kevin Logan, Sabine Bartsch, Andrea Rapp, Peter F. Pelz
2021 Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering  
a taxonomy of semantic uncertainty in standards, developed a proof-of-concept information system.  ...  The results of this project can be used as a starting point for automated annotation.  ...  In all cases non-compliance with standards, at least in the European Union, is associated with high risks for manufacturers since in the case of product liability the burden of proof is on the manufacturer  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-77256-7_3 fatcat:kmn46estqncfbfbwrae7b2omya

How to Have (Critical) Method in a Pandemic: Outlining a Culture-Centered Approach to Health Discourse Analysis

Shaunak Sastry, Ambar Basu
2020 Frontiers in Communication  
While there is a proliferation of methods and approaches to health discourse analysis, we outline one broad approach, based on the theoretical tenets and political commitments of CCA.  ...  In this elucidative essay, we offer a broad outline of the culture-centered approach to health discourse analysis as a warrant for the relevance of critical health communication amid the global COVID-19  ...  The article was written collaboratively, with each author adding to existing versions of drafts. The final article was lightly edited for clarity by the first author.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomm.2020.585954 fatcat:ttbxlh7mgjfwnnyotwjuuuwgye

Gendered experiences of health care

P. Pitmman
1999 International Journal for Quality in Health Care  
A qualitative study using semi-structured interviews. Texts were processed in a database and analyzed using a formal method of discourse called Semiotics of Statements.  ...  The method permitted identification of subjective issues relating to social interaction that could not have been accessed with other approaches, and that had practical implications for providers, as well  ...  Numerous women said that 'at the for non-compliance ranged from its high cost, to openly very least', they expected to be 'treated as a person' and challenging the wisdom of the doctor's recommendations  ... 
doi:10.1093/intqhc/11.5.397 pmid:10561031 fatcat:k25ci2wpzfei3olikwdojqouoa
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