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Clues

  • Developing audience's media literacy effect of genre, for example, using guns with muzzle flashes to indicate genre (6)
  • Pierce (Structural Linguist) (9)
  • Signs that don't clearly link and whose meanings have to be learnt, i.e. social media logos (9)
  • Signs with ambiguous or open meanings, in postmodern terms, challenges typical iconic representations (9)
  • Theorist of studied of signs by grouping meanings together as opposites, i.e. challenging meta narratives (8)

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