Dynamicity in Emotion Concepts by Paul WilsonDynamicity in Emotion Concepts by Paul Wilson

Dynamicity in Emotion Concepts

EditorPaul Wilson

Hardcover | April 9, 2012

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«Bringing together specialists from linguistics, psychology and philosophy, the book offers an exciting collection of papers assessing the conceptual representation of emotion and the conceptual relationship between emotion and language. The specific issues addressed include the analyses, based on corpus and cross-linguistic methodologies, of emotions such as pride, guilt, hope, despair, satisfaction, fear and anger in a number of languages, and how language shapes socialisation practices, such as in bilinguals. Finally, it provides good examples of the methods – from metaphor analysis to experimental studies – used to achieve a better understanding of the complexity and multi-dimensionality of the conceptualisation of emotion and the emotion-language relationship. Researchers and advanced students are likely to find this book an important reference work.» (Vanda L. Zammuner, University of Padova, Italy)
Paul A. Wilson is Visiting Professor in the Department of English Language & Applied Linguistics at the University of Lódz (Poland). He received his PhD in Psychology from Birkbeck (University of London), where he is an Honorary Research Fellow. His research interests include the conceptual representation of emotion, and the influence ...
Title:Dynamicity in Emotion ConceptsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:April 9, 2012Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:363163692X

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Table of Contents

Contents: Paul A. Wilson: A Multi-disciplinary Approach to Emotion Research – Paul A. Wilson/Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk: The Nature of Emotions – Rainer Reisenzein/Martin Junge: Language and Emotion from the Perspective of the Computational. Belief-Desire Theory of Emotion – Eva-Maria Engelen: Meaning and Emotion – Larry A. Herzberg: To Blend or to Compose: a Debate about Emotion Structure – Heli Tissari: Integrating Naming, Claiming and Story-Telling: Towards a Broader Cognitive Linguistic Understanding of Emotion – Svend Brinkmann/Peter Musaeus: Emotions and the Moral Order – Liam C. Kavanagh/Paula M. Niedenthal/Piotr Winkielman: Embodied Simulation as Grounds for Emotion Concepts – Zoltán Kövecses: Emotion Concepts in Cultural Context: the Case of Happiness – Ayako Omori: Conventional Metaphors for Antonymous Emotion Concepts – Mohammed S. Al-Hadlaq/Zouheir A. Maalej: Conceptualization of Anger in Saudi and Tunisian Arabic Dialects – Christie Napa Scollon/William Tov: Cultural Similarities and Differences in the Conceptualization of Emotion – Anna Ogarkova/Cristina Soriano/Caroline Lehr: Naming Feeling: Exploring the Equivalence of Emotion Terms in Five European Languages – Mustafa Aksan/Yesim Aksan: To Emote a Feeling or to Feel an Emotion: a View from Turkish – Cristina Casado-Lumbreras: The Meaning of Emotions: a Cross-cultural Study of the Spanish, English, Arabic and Japanese Languages – Agnieszka Mikolajczuk: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective (Polish versus English) on the Conceptualization of ‘Zadowolenie’ (Satisfaction/Being Glad, Contentment, Pleasure) – W. Q. Elaine Perunovic/Mihailo Perunovic: Language and Emotion: the Case of Bicultural Individuals – C. L. Caldwell-Harris/M. Staroselsky/S. Smashnaya/N. Vasilyeva: Emotional Resonances of Bilinguals’ Two Languages Vary with Age of Arrival: the Russian-English Bilingual Experience in the U.S – Paul A. Wilson: Emotion, Approach-Avoidance Motivation, and Breadth of Conceptual Scope.