SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST CITIES FROM A DECONSTRUCTION PERSPECTIVE

Nature: National Academic Journal of Architecture

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Title SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST CITIES FROM A DECONSTRUCTION PERSPECTIVE
 
Creator Valibeigi, Mojtaba
Ashuri, Faezeh
 
Subject Deconstruction; Text; Meaning; Urban Semantics; The First Cities.
 
Description Abstrak_ Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui identitas sebuah kota dari segi dekonstruksi. Karena dua fondasi penting dari dekonstruksi yaitu teks dan makna, serta hubungannya. The First Cities dipilih karena memiliki tingkat tanda teks dan upaya dilakukan untuk menganalisis maknanya berdasarkan isi metode analitik. Penelitian ini menggunakan analisis deduktif tiga langkah, termasuk persiapan, organisasi, laporan akhir atau kesimpulan. Pada tahap pertama, filsafat dekonstruksi berdasarkan pendapat diadvokasi. Kemudian, menentukan beberapa karakteristik semantik standar dari The First Cities. Terakhir, ditarik kesimpulan berdasarkan interpretasi semantik identitas The First Cities. Semua kota tertulis tampaknya cenderung membangkitkan makna tertentu, tetapi pada saat yang sama mempromosikan dan menekankan makna yang berlawanan dengan apa yang ingin mereka ungkapkan.Kata kunci: Dekonstruksi; Teks; Makna; Semantik Perkotaan; The First Cities. Abstract_ The purpose of this study is to investigate urban identity from a deconstruction perspective. Since two critical bases of Deconstruction are text and meaning and their relationships, so the first cities in a symbolic level were chosen as a text and have been tried to analyze their intentions based on the content analysis method. The study used deductive content analysis in three steps, including preparation, organization, and final report or conclusion. In the first step, it has accordingly been argued deconstruction philosophy based on Derrida's views; then determined some standard semantic features of the first cities. Finally, it has been shaped a conclusion based on a semantic interpretation of the first city's identity. It seems all cities as texts tend to provoke a special imaginary meaning but simultaneously, they promote and emphasize the opposite sense of what they want to show.Keywords:  Deconstruction; Text; Meaning; Urban Semantics; The First Cities.
 
Publisher Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Alauddin State Islamic Univ
 
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Date 2021-06-28
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://journal.uin-alauddin.ac.id/index.php/nucturenature/article/view/13524
10.24252/nature.v8i1a6
 
Source Nature: National Academic Journal of Architecture; Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Nature; 62-68
Nature : National Academic Journal of Architecture; Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Nature; 62-68
2579-4809
2302-6073
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://journal.uin-alauddin.ac.id/index.php/nucturenature/article/view/13524/11478
 
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