Children's Sign-making and Construction of Signifying Chains in Relation to Texts: Book Interactions as Discursive Processes
Linguistics & Education
The children's book interaction processes as discourse were constituted by chains of signifiers.
The signifying charge was transferred from one focal signifier to the next along the signifying chain according to sign operations and arrangements that framed the process of signification.
The groups of signifiers that circulated as part of the book interaction events entered into relations with one another as part of a closed system of differences, which also produced excesses that escaped the sign-making process.
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Ranker, J. (2019). Children's sign-making and construction of signifying chains in relation to texts: Book interactions as discursive processes. Linguistics and Education, 51, 46-58.