Group 4 Final

Group 4 Final - Group #4: 1) According to our class...

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Group #4: 1) According to our class discussion (and Edwards and Winkler), what are the four elements of an ideograph? Going to give a list of things and have to identify if its an ideograph 1.constitutes ordinary images and language 2.are ambiguous, and represent collective commitment to a particular, but equivocal and ill-defined normative goal. 3.warrants the use of power, excuses behavior and belief which might not be perceived as eccentric or antisocial, and guides behavior and belief into channels easily recognized by a community as acceptable and laudable 4.is culture-bound 2) What does Edwards and Winkler’s analysis contribute to our understanding of the ideograph? McGee defined the ideograph as it applies to language, Edwards and Winkler extended the definition to include visual. Their definition states that a visual ideograph: o Constitutes ordinary images - we know it when we see it o Are ambiguous and represent collective commitment to ideals such as heroism, honor and patriotism o Used to parody governmental actions in order to determine what is an acceptable use of government power. o
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