What the words do not say: SFS for children under the light of social semiotic theory case study: ‘Horis sosivio’

Katerina Dermata, Yannis Skarpelos
  • Journal of Visual Literacy, October 2017, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/1051144x.2017.1399761

Short Form Stories for children and their use of visual elements to communicate meaning

What is it about?

The paper examines the concept of the ‘Horis sosivio’ (without lifejacket) series, as evidenced in visual design. It also examines the ways in which text and images work togeter for meaning creation. Finaly, it examines the ways preschool children interprete visual texts in this series.

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