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ideogram

A graphics representation of the G banding pattern of a CHROMOSOME.
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Based on the Chinese ideographic writing, Bliss entails pictographic and ideographic symbols, which initially aimed to build up a system of universal writing [6].
More importantly, as we will explain below, technical and philosophical aspects of the ideographic framework in some cases have been turned into landscapes of authoritarianism and apriorism [3].
A further insight offered by ideographic goal research concerns the incidence of each type of goals in real classroom settings.
Anyway, when I first read Sheila's description of the distinction between orality and alphabetic literacy my mind immediately went to the very visual quality of writing in East Asia and how ideographic literacy, like alphabetic literacy, inspires interiority; it also creates a unique visual conceptual vocabulary.
The force of this scene emerges from Taymor's understanding of the visual impact of the ideographic moment (Walker 2002, 200) that has defined her avant-garde aesthetic.
Lee, "Functional MRI comparison between reading ideographic and phonographic scripts of one language," Brain and Language, vol.
Chapter Four examines the transmission of medical knowledge through different linguistic registers: primarily Nom, the ideographic script of Vietnamese, but also classical Chinese, and quoc ngu, the Romanized Vietnamese script.
The current study attempted to address this issue by employing a similar method and procedure to that of the previous study, except that instead of using generic words referring to "failures" and "successes," ideographic IRAPs were created based on the answers given by participants on the questionnaire that assessed behavior problems (see Appendix Table 1).
Here, the gods speak to humans through the artifice of a written language, which is in a strong sense ideographic. This is what Vico is referring to when he says that: 'all nations began to speak by writing,' since the 'first nations thought in poetic characters, spoke in fables, and wrote in hieroglyphics'" (p.