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COMD Ch3 - TheDevelopmentofWriting COMD2050Chapter3

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 10/19/09 Tidbits: A large number of language spoken today  do not have a written form. The development of writing is relatively  recent phenomenon
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 10/19/09 Developme Pictograms Ideograms Logograms Rebus writing Syllabic writing Alphabetic writing Humans must have  wanted a more permanent  method of recording what  was going on. 20,000 years ago: Evidence of cave drawings Geoffrey Nunberg 3,000 years ago:
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 10/19/09 PICTOGRAM Pictures that came  to represent  particular images  in a consistent way   -- or – Picture-writing IDEOGRAM Pictogram that has  evolved into a  more fixed  symbolic form. EX:  sun   heat,  daytime
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Key things to remember: Modern pictograms are: Language dependent
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course COMD 2050 taught by Professor Collins during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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COMD Ch3 - TheDevelopmentofWriting COMD2050Chapter3

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