ideogram

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ideogram

An expression of an idea in a graphic element. From the Greek "idea" + "write." See icon and emoticon.
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Phonetic alphabets purify or separate language from the sensual world in which oral language and ideographic writing participate, and in which a more "balanced," synesthetic "interplay of the senses" occurs.
By echoing Flusser's point that the digital is ideographic in nature, by no means do we suggest that the digital and the ideographic are the same.
These interpretative approaches are less useful for an evidence-based approach, since they do not aim for generalizations but for ideographic interpretations (Creswell, 2009; Finfgeld).
However, there is the danger that highly ideographic factors may be influencing a student's behavior.
In order to accomplish these, the study adopted a triangulation of methodology - nomothetic and ideographic approaches.
Entailing verbal (oral and written language) and non-verbal signs (facial expressions, gestures, body movements, signs in the Portuguese language, sign language, pictures, drawings, systems of pictographic and ideographic symbols), the AAC enables such manifestations when being put to work in the language, and taken as a semiotic activity/task, they are meaningful and can be interpreted.
It involves the use of ideographic thinking that is historical and retrodictive, as opposed to nomothetic explorations that are universal and predictive [2].
Moreover, ideographic goal research relying on the description of what students say when directly asked about their goals, in their own words, in real classroom situations (Lemos, 1996; Lemos & Gonsalves, 2004), highlighted a specific type of achievement goal related with evaluation concerns, which had not previously been considered in achievement goal theory.
The author covers the historic antecedents of the movement, the question of heritage in terms of where the movement fits in the larger scheme of Western art history, the ideographic picture, the process of painting, and many other related subjects.
Ideographic phenomenological data analysis was used to analyze the transcribed data through which researcher identified themes.
Recent contributions such as Pacific Rim Modernisms (edited by Mary Gillies, Helen Sword, and Steven Yao); Hayot's own second book, The Hypothetical Mandarin: Sympathy, Modernity, and Chinese Pam; Josephine Park's Apparitions of Asia: Modernist Form and Asian American Poetics; Jonathan Stalling's Poetics of Emptiness: Transformations of Asian Thought in American Poetry; and Christopher Bush's Ideographic Modernism: China, Writing, Media--among many more new and interesting studies--show that Hayot's "bull market" has only accelerated over the last ten years.