Culler:Thanks for the definition...finally

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"If one wished to distinguish between structuralism and semiology (and the reasons for the distinction are historical rather than logical), one could do so in these terms:  structuralism studies the structures or systems of relations by which cultural objects are defined and distinguished from one another; semiology studies cultural objects as signs that carry meanings" (Culler 289).

Just wanted to say thanks for there finally being a clear definition given on any of the articles that we have read. 

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