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The social semiotics of tattoos : skin and self / By Chris William Martin
(Bloomsbury Advances in Semiotics)

出版者 London : Bloomsbury Academic
出版年 2019
巻冊次 ISBN:9781350056473 (hardback) ; XISBN:9781350056480 (ePDF) ; XISBN:9781350056497 (ebook) REFWLINK
XISBN:9781350056497 (ebook) REFWLINK
ISBN 9781350056473 (hardback)
大きさ pages cm
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一般注記 Includes bibliographical references and index
Summary: "Why do people put indelible marks on their bodies in an era characterized by constant cultural change? How do tattoos as semiotic resources convey meaning? What goes on behind the scenes in a tattoo studio? How do people negotiate the informal career of tattoo artist? The Social Semiotics of Tattoos is a study of tattoos and tattooing at a time when the practice is more artistic, culturally relevant, and common than ever before. By discussing shifts within the practices of tattooing over the past several decades, Martin chronicles the cultural turn in which tattooists have become known as tattoo artists, the tattoo gun turns into the tattoo machine, and standardized tattoo designs are replaced by highly expressive and unique forms of communication with a language of its own. Revealing the full range of meaning-making involved in the visual, written and spoken elements of the act, this volume frames tattoos and tattooing as powerful cultural expressions, symbols, and indexes and by doing so sheds the
内容注記 Tattoos and tattooing in an era of liquid modernity
The art and artist behind your tattoo
Tattoo artists as artists
Permanence as rebellion: skin and self
Of cultural change and gendered bodies
Tattoos as artistic and emotional signifiers
著者標目 *Martin, Chris William author
分 類 LCC:GT2345
DC23:391.6/5
件 名 LCSH:Tattooing -- Social aspects  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Semiotics -- Social aspects  全ての件名で検索
書誌ID 1400454297
NCID GB97158953

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