Language as Information: Proceedings from the CALS Conference 2012 by Mateusz Milan StanojevicLanguage as Information: Proceedings from the CALS Conference 2012 by Mateusz Milan Stanojevic

Language as Information: Proceedings from the CALS Conference 2012

EditorMateusz Milan Stanojevic, Anita Peti-Stantic

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This volume contains twelve papers presented at the 26th International Conference of the Croatian Applied Linguistics Society, which was held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb in 2012. The articles deal with the way in which information appears in language, specifically with the relationship between meaning and structure, and the way it is constructed by language users, particularly in foreign language learning and teaching situations. All the articles illustrate the claim that investigating language and its information value hinges on language structure, meaning and sociocognitive factors. The analysis of one cannot be complete without analyzing the other two, based on a functional perspective.
Anita Peti-Stantic is Associate Professor at the University of Zagreb. Her research interests include sociolinguistics, information structure and neurocognitive approaches. Mateusz-Milan Stanojevic is Assistant Professor at the University of Zagreb. His research interests include conceptual metaphor and cognitive grammar.
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Title:Language as Information: Proceedings from the CALS Conference 2012Format:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:November 20, 2013Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3631647581

ISBN - 13:9783631647585

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Contents: Renata Geld/Anita Cutic: Salience of topology in the strategic construal of English particle verbs in blind users of English – Renata Šamo: L1/L2 reading as information processing – Kristina Cergol Kovacevic: Language switching in auditory processing and Croatian speakers of English – Sanja Curkovic Kalebic: Discourse markers in EFL teacher talk: the case of okay – Gloria Vickov: Investigating L1 influence on the acquisition of L2 discourse markers – Regine Hampel: Making meaning online: computermediated communication for language learning – Neda Boric: Kuca ‘house’ as a conceptual and lexical category in the semantic space of specialist architecture discourse – Mateusz-Milan Stanojevic/Ivo Tralic/Mateja Ljubicic: Grammatical information and conceptual metaphors: the case of anger – Anita Peti-Stantic: Informativity of sentence information structure: the role of word order – Jelena Parizoska/Zvonimir Novoselec: Idiom variation and grammaticalization: a case study – Jurica Polancec/Tena Gnjatovic: The indeclinable relativizer što - an analysis of examples from contemporary spoken Croatian – Leonard Pon: Zu einem Typ des was-Satzes.