Volume 06 : Issue 02 : 2020
Semiotics of Political Communication

Edited by: Gregory Paschalidis

 

Punctum. is a blind peer-reviewed, on-line journal dedicated to the semiotic study of contemporary cultural texts, practices and processes, published by the Hellenic Semiotic Society, member of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS).

Aspiring to provide a venue for the advancement of international semiotic scholarship, the journal is published twice a year (July & December) in English, although submissions in French and German will be accepted as well. Punctum.’s Editorial Board reflects both its international scope and the diversity of contemporary semiotic research and theory.

Punctum. invites submissions (original research papers, review articles, book reviews) across a wide range of semiotic fields and methodologies on an on-going basis, and regularly puts out calls for special issues with guest editors. The journal’s contents are registered with CrossRef and indexed in Scopus.

 

 

 

Articles Introduction: Politics as a communicative project (197 downloads)
Gregory Paschalidis
5-9ABSTRACTPDF
Mind the Gap! On the Discursive Construction of Collective Political Identities (197 downloads)
Sebastian Moreno Barreneche
11-27ABSTRACTPDF
Framing right-wing populist satire: the case study of Ghisberto’s cartoons in Italy (154 downloads)
Chiara Polli and Carlo Berti
29-55ABSTRACTPDF
Individuals and crowds. Presidential leadership and political scenes of representation in media and networks in argentina (2008-2019) (153 downloads)
Mariano Fernández and Gastón Cingolani
57-83ABSTRACTPDF
Symbols and narratives of Europe: three tropes (149 downloads)
Johan Fornas
85-100ABSTRACTPDF
First time as a historical driver, second as fantasy: nationalism’s Second Coming and the paradoxes of populism (105 downloads)
Ulf Hedetoft
101-115ABSTRACTPDF
Sémiotique de la politique et systèmes non verbaux: la relation médias-politiciens grecs au temps de la crise economique (135 downloads)
Evangelos Kourdis
117-139ABSTRACTPDF
Le discours du pouvoir (119 downloads)
Bernard Lamizet
141-154ABSTRACTPDF
Critique sémiotique du populisme (137 downloads)
Eric Landowski
155-166ABSTRACTPDF
From Malthus to far-right terrorists: an explorative study on the uses and abuses of the ‘overpopulation’ discourse (103 downloads)
Matteo Modena
167-188ABSTRACTPDF
Irish on the walls: the branding of a language (106 downloads)
Gabriella Rava
189-205ABSTRACTPDF
Governmental communication in Mexican comics. The case of El Libro Vaquero (121 downloads)
Iván Facundo Rubinstein and Laura Nallely Hernández Nieto
207-228ABSTRACTPDF
One word to rule them all: ‘civic-mindedness’ and Danish Prime Minster Frederiksen’s nationalist COVID-19 rhetoric (99 downloads)
Lisa Villadsen
229-248ABSTRACTPDF
Reviews A ‘semio’ approach to fashion discourse: critical perspectives on the luxury industry (118 downloads)
François Provenzano
249-252ABSTRACTPDF
Cognitive dynamics (182 downloads)
Luca Tateo
253-259ABSTRACTPDF
To laugh or not to laugh? That is the question. (131 downloads)
Villy Tsakona
261-264ABSTRACTPDF
Full Issue Volume 6, Issue 2 (2020) Full Issue (232 downloads)
Gregory Paschalidis
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