Semantic Field

A semantic field is a technical term in the discipline of linguistics to describe a set of words grouped by meaning referring to a specific subject. The term is also used in other academic disciplines, such as anthropology, computational semiotics, and technical exegesis.

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Semantic Field - Anthropological Discourse
... Semantic field theory has informed the discourse of Anthropology as Ingold (1996 p ... "Semiology is not, of course, the same as semantics ... But semantic fields do not stand in relations of opposition to each other, nor do they derive their distinctiveness in this way, nor indeed are they securely bounded at all ...

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