Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
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Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.1, No.2, May 2015, Pub. Date: May 18, 2015
Text Codes of the Internet Communication and Prospects of Universal Sense Protocol Formation
Pages: 119-124 Views: 1353 Downloads: 345
Authors
[01] Sergii Ishchuk, National Aviation University, Humanities Institute, Department of Philosophy, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to prove that the text appears in the Internet as a poly-coded formation and contains verbal-graphic (print), visual-informative (smileys) and visual-imagery (video, pictures, photos) codes. The semiotic system of the Internet communications is being investigated through the comparison of its codes and their explanatory potential. The outcomes of the analysis show the possibility and we also suggest the ways of forming a universal thesaurus of codes designed to recreate the atmosphere of interpersonal communication in the Internet.
Keywords
Internet Communication, Text, Semiotics, Code, Sign, Smiley, Universal Sense Protocol
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