Annotated Bibliography Of Reading Analysis

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Annotated Bibliography
KUMRA, Necat. "Social Semiotics and Efl Pedagogy: A Semiotic Visit to the Enemy within the Heart of Young Goodman Brown." ["Sosyal Simgebilim ve EFL Pedagojisi: Young Goodman Brown'un Yűreğindeki Dűşmana Simgebilimsel Ziyaret"]. Ekev Academic Review, vol.15, no.46, Jan. 2011, pp. 405-420. EBSCOhost, libproxy.lamar.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=83752287&site=eds-live.

In the Journal, “Social Semiotics and Efl Pedagogy: A Semiotic Visit to the Enemy within the Heart of Young Goodman Brown.”, written by KUMRA, Necat, talks about the short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne is highly enriched in terms. This means that there can be multiple meanings behind the short story and it is meant for the reader for form their own critical perspective. KUMRA claims that there is a three step semiotic reading process that takes place when one forms their own perspective of “Young Goodman Brown.” The three step processes that KUMRA lists are (1) read within the text for the sense, (2) interpret what is said by reading upon the text for the value, the theme, and (3) criticise what is communicated by reading against the text for the critique. This journal was written to see how people interpret the signs and symbols of Hawthorne's short story. Hawthorne uses psychological techniques to make his reader look deeper into their inner consciousness. KUMRA analyses the skill needed by the reader to figure out the meaning behind
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