Volume 4

Selected Papers from the 6th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference is edited by A. Wallington, A. Foltz and J. Ryan.

 

Front Matter

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MARLA PERKINS: Cognitive embodiment and embodied cognition in Hobongan: Variations in grounding of conceptual metaphor, 1-16

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FUHUI HSIEH: Conceptualization of TIME in Kavalan and Saisiyat, 17-35

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JIDONG CHEN: “He killed the chicken, but it didn’t die”: An empirical study of the lexicalization of state change in Mandarin monomorphemic verbs, 36-47

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ELIZABETH ANDERSON, PATRICIA COWELL and RUTH HERBERT: The role of frequency in the association between verbs and argument structure constructions, 48-68

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ADRIANA MACHADO ESTEVAM and JIMENA TERRAZA: Applying Cognitive Linguistics to Algonquian languages: understanding and teaching obviation, 69-87

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VASSILIKI GEKA and SOPHIA MARMARIDOU: Mental state verbs in dialogic constructions, 88-110

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JOHN BARNDEN: A hyperbole-based account of the paradoxical usage of “Literally”, 111-130

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EILEEN WAEGEMAEKERS: Quantifying semantic salience to investigate contact-induced language change, 131-153

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NATALIA KUDRIAVTSEVA: Time in language and philosophy: Temporal —Āonceptualisations in Ukrainian, 154-168

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LIANE STROEBEL: The linguistic influence of perceptual and conceptual parameters, 169-186

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YEE PIN TIO and USHA LAKSHMANAN: The effects of exposure to Chinese numeral classifiers on the categorization of objects by native-English speakers, 187-204

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ANDREAS WIRAG: Building “Prototype Definitions” for the monolingual dictionary – results of a typicality judgement study, 205-229

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JODI L. SANDFORD: With a friendly or critical attitude, categorizing English manner of speaking verb components, 230-248

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KIM EBENSGAARD JENSEN: A great deal of evidence based on a great many instances: A usage-based comparative corpus study of two English nominal constructions, 249-272

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LÁSZLÓ DRIENKÓ: Largest chunks as short text segmentation strategy: A cross linguistic study, 273-292

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ESTHER SERWAAH AFREH: A cognitive linguistic study of metaphors in selected advertisements by some financial institutions in Ghana, 293-312

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