Vocabulary for Visual Studies 2 Chapter 1

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The aspect or detail that grabs the attention or emotion of a viewer
The material basis of the sign which could be almost anything. Anything that signifies something or conveys a message
How images produce meanings according to social and aesthetic conventions.
image with symbolic significance. Represents universal concept/emotion/meaning. I.E. Madonna and child, universal concept of love, easy to understand even without Christian context
Crude use of stereotypes to manipulate popular opinion.
The common, banal meaning and information in a photograph (vs)
The object of being represented.
Science of signs.
Philosophical position that only science because of its objective verifiable methods is the source of authentic knowledge.
Description, fact, literal.
Creation of meaning through the act of portraying the likeness of something.
The world is invented in the process of representation.
Shared set of values that exist in a society
How images directly reflect the world (vs)
The act of perceiving (vs)
A cultural Practice.
Allusion, association.
A belief that if an image is produced by a mechanical device it is object record of reality.
Cultural values and beliefs expressed at the level of connotation as to appear obvious.
The meaning or concept that the significant refers to.

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