Identity matters: communication-based explorations and explanations
This text demonstrates that identity is materialized in and through communication practices that constitute the social world of everyday meaning. These studies examine how, when and with what consequence identity is represented and becomes contextually relevant.
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A Constitutive Approach to Identity
ENGAGEMENTS WITH COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS
The Shift in Semantic Landscapes of the Sign
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