October 29, 2013 Q&A by Tony, under 200 level survey, 400 level transmedia Extra credit for the ﬁrst right answers to the questions in the right column. Lila B October 29th, 2013 Saussure: dyadic model of a sign: composed of a signifier (form of the sign) and the signified (concept communicated by the sign.) This excludes the object, referring only to the concept of the signified. Peirce: triadic model of a sign: composed of representamen (form of the sign,) interpretant (the effect of the sign on the viewer,) and object (to which the sign refers.) The object determines the sign, but only certain relevant features of the object are to be included. Tony October 29th, 2013 examples of //form of the sign// ? Lila B October 29th, 2013 Still, this. Hannah Fabian October 29th, 2013 Lila wins!