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Re: meaning / Gibson

Title: meaning
I remember that Stephen McAdams and Emmanual Bigand's book "Thinking in Sound" mentioned a reference for an ecological approach to sound, -Micheals and Carello, I think. but I no longer have the reference to hand.
Peter Lennox
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----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Noble
Sent: 27 February 2001 21:29
Subject: meaning

Following Mikeal Fernstrom's reference to JJ Gibson and the question of meaning, I refer interested readers to two of my own writings on that issue:

Noble, W.  Meaning and the 'discursive ecology': Further to the debate on ecological perceptual theory.  Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 1993, 23, 375-398.

Noble, W. & Davidson, I.  Human evolution, language and mind: A psychological and archaeological inquiry.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996

  Bill Noble
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