Flowers that kill proposes an entirely new theoretical understanding of the role of quotidian symbols and their political significance to understand how they lead people if indirectly to wars violence and even self exclusion and self destruction precisely because symbolic communication is full of ambiguity and opacity. Flowers that kill communicative opacity in political spacesby emiko ohnuki tierney stanford university press 2015 296 pages hardcover 7000 softcover 2295. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Flowers that kill communicative opacity in political spaces by emiko ohnuki tierney stanford stanford university press 2015 270 pp 7000 cloth 2295 paper by emiko ohnuki tierney stanford stanford university press 2015 270 pp 7000 cloth 2295 paper. Get this from a library flowers that kill communicative opacity in political spaces emiko ohnuki tierney
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