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Significatum', 'designatum' and 'denotatum' are elements in the semiotic triangle (Fig. 1 ) , bound together in the relation of cation. signifi- In ethnosemantics, signification is given a strictly referen tial interpretation by way of the sign 'lexeme'. Moreover, reference itself is restricted to denotation (Lyons 1963:4; Hymes 1970b:111). Ethnosemantic results consist of the mapping of lexemes on significata. The mappings take the form of semantical rules, such as the one propos ed for 'mother' in Chapter Three.
In deed, understanding "is not one thing; it is as various as the lan guage games themselves are". So says Wittgenstein in the Brown Book (Rhees 1969:VII), and echoing him, Not a method of understanding, but immensely various methods of understanding are the professional sociologist's proper and hith erto unstudied and critical phenomena. Their multitude is indicat ed in the endless list of ways that persons speak ["ironically,... metaphorically,... cryptically,... narratively,... in a question ing answering way,...
But, as is being argued, one step back is no step anywhere. There is no solution in this direction. Recommendations to secure more in formation on the situation or setting are beset with the same problem (Handel 1969:10; Garfinkel and Sacks 1970:338). In this light, then, trying out the knowledge [that is, the ethnosemantic results] ... in 'real', non-interview situations ... [on the assumption that] ... 5; cf. 3) will only raise the question of the contextualization of those (noninterview) events (Garfinkel 1967:6).