By Marek Kuzniak, Agnieszka Libura, Michal Szawerna
The origins of this quantity lie within the overseas convention Cognitive Linguistics within the 12 months 2012, convened via the Polish Cognitive Linguistics organization. The lawsuits of the convention revolved round 3 significant thematic components: metaphorical and metonymic underpinnings of which means in language and past, prototypical and sluggish phenomena concerning linguistic categorization around the lexicogrammatical continuum, and the necessity for advancing theoretical instruments. those ordinary issues are mirrored within the three-part constitution of this quantity, with contributions from approximately dozen researchers exploring a wide array of linguistic in addition to non-linguistic info
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American examples include the Drunken Irishman and the Industrious Japanese. In each case, the underlying metonymic model is subcategory for whole category (Lakoff 1987: 79). 5. Stereotypes in signed languages ASL, BSL, and PJM reflect various ethnic and gender stereotypes. The forms of the relevant signs are iconic of actions and aspects of outward appearance typical of the groups being their targets, or are motivated by historical events related to them. Some stereotypes are similar to their counterparts in phonic languages.
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