Linguistic Student Conference SSK2015

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Title Linguistic Student Conference SSK2015
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Description The present study deals with the socially politicized public writing including street slogans as a unique type of graffiti of mainly anti – government content and wall murals of unified text and image, mostly in the center of Athens, during the period from January to May 2015, considering that public writing on urban space constitutes both the silent and the most dynamic wall language.
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2015 Nov 6

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Keywords

  • graffiti, street slogans, Athens, multimodality, semiotics
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The present study deals with the socially politicized public writing including street slogans as a unique type of graffiti of mainly anti – government content and wall murals of unified text and image, mostly in the center of Athens, during the period from January to May 2015, considering that public writing on urban space constitutes both the silent and the most dynamic wall language.
2015 Nov 6

Linguistic Student Conference SSK2015

Duration2015 Nov 62015 Nov 6
Location of eventDepartment of Scandinavian Studies and Linguistics, The Faculty of the Humanities, University of Copenhagen
CityCopenhagen
CountryDenmark
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Degree of recognitionNational event

Event: Conference

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Georgios Stampoulidis

2015/01/012015/12/31

Project: ResearchIndividual research project

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