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Steven Knowlton
University of Memphis
Abstract
Thomas A. Sebeok, a leading semiotician, developed a useful typology which the author uses to analyze national and subnational flags, exploring them as signals, icons, indexes, and symbols and using extensively illustrations.
Keywords History  Semiotics
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ISBN(s) 1071-0043
DOI 10.5840/raven2012196
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