play dough with toothpicks coming out of it. not sure how to visually represent semiotics.

Semiotics is the study of meaning-making, the theory of signs and symbols. Cultural phenomenon can be studied as communication.

  • Focuses on the degree of and types of integration-exclusion of disabled people played out on several cultural levels: biological, social, medical, ethical, religious, etc.
  • Semiotics (signs and symbols) within a society determine the relative integration or exclusion of people with bodily or behavioral differences.

Normal Project Examples

Henri-Jacques Stiker

  1. Stiker, H. (2000, January). A History of Disability (Corporealities: Discourses of Disability). University of Michigan Press.

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