Тема: Semiotic Analysis of an ad?
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RE: what s Semiotic prognosis? in what case we are able to apply this semiotic prognosis? if it in layout technique what style of help we are able to get from semiotic prognosis? which comes first semiotic prognosis or ethnography?
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