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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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.
Based on the Chinese ideographic writing, Bliss entails pictographic and ideographic symbols, which initially aimed to build up a system of universal writing [6].
The link between insistence on the narrowly phonographic nature of writing and the scientific nature of linguistics as a discipline is also a hallmark of the Critique of the Ideographic Myth".
In one sense, therefore, the current study could be seen as a partial replication of Bast and Barnes-Holmes (2015) but adopting ideographic IRAPs so that the failure-related stimuli presented in the implicit measure might evoke stronger emotional responses.
Although attorneys can suggest different ideographic meanings, judges decide if they accept the proposed ideograph or not.
In this endeavor I evaluated these issues among indigenous Africans in KwaZulu-Natal, especially Zulu speaking people, by means of the qualitative approach in the form of an ideographic method.
Because sales is both a global and regional activity, SAVO supports multiple languages, including ideographic languages such as Japanese and Chinese, and the search function is available for all the foreign language versions of the product.
By the early 1920s 'revolution' had achieved currency among Vietnamese intellectuals in both ideographic and romanised form.
But the ideographic nature of the languages of China, Korea and Japan poses a host of challenges to businesses and law firms doing business in these nations.
He closes his introduction with a study of Octavio Paz's appropriation of Asian philosophy and culture to understand his native Mexico: "Paz's poetic quest--to return to Asia in order to arrive at America through the time bridge of dualistic thought and ideographic writing--may be considered a culmination of Hispanic Orientalism" (16).
and variables that may be ideographic (unique) to the individual student (Gresham, 1991; Reid & Nelson, 2002).