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Structuralism: Relations between rules and uses of language. Langue: the system, rules, or order of a language, or language in general Parole: an utterance, sentence, or usage of language. Examples. The cat is on the mat. She said she wanted to see how it would turn out.

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structuralism relations between rules and uses of language

Structuralism: Relations between rules and uses of language

Langue: the system, rules, or order of a language, or language in general

Parole: an utterance, sentence, or usage of language.

examples
Examples
  • The cat is on the mat.
  • She said she wanted to see how it would turn out.
culler linguistic foundation
Culler, “Linguistic Foundation”
  • There must be an underlying system of distinction and convention.
  • Action and speech only meaningful with respect to institutional conventions.
  • Structuralism depends on the analysis of the relation of speech, action to the rules or systems which make them possible.
saussure
Saussure
  • Concept = Signified : the thing, object, notion, image that language is designating.
  • Sound Image=Signifier : the word we use to designate the thing, object, notion or image
  • Sign = the result of the relation between a signified and a signifier.