|Subject||Re: structuralism journal 1|
|Posted by||Jennifer Tsai|
|Posted on||Fri Jun 16 12:14:21 2000|
|In Reply to||structuralism journal 1|
First, I want to say that it is a very interesting idea to use the covers of CD albums to analyze signifier and signified. However, I don't really find the interpretation of the covers as signifier fit the theory of signifier and signified. If signifier refers to something concret and signified is the concept behind the object. Then what is the concept the covers of the albums really stand for. The relationship between the signifier and signified should be conventional and shouldn't need too much leap of imagination. Does anyone who look at the cover of Yuki and receive the same message that she wants to convey ? Or do we all interpret the message that the covers of Japanese singers give out in the same way ?
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