Semiotic Analysis

Definition 

Semiotics is a word that describes the study of signs and how a language without words can provide a message to those who view such

things in environments where they are necessary, such as;

construction, vehicle accidents, alternate road routes and criminal investigations.

Purpose

The purpose of signs can vary, however.

Their main purpose is to deliver a message to the viewer

that describes the situation of a location or an action

being done which also signifies what the next course of action

the viewer should take.

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