Studies in Cognitive Corpus Linguistics by Katarzyna DziwirekStudies in Cognitive Corpus Linguistics by Katarzyna Dziwirek

Studies in Cognitive Corpus Linguistics

EditorKatarzyna Dziwirek, Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk

Hardcover | July 16, 2009

Pricing and Purchase Info

$129.95

Earn 650 plum® points
Quantity:

Ships within 1-3 weeks

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores

about

Contents: Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk/Katarzyna Dziwirek: Emergence of Cognitive Corpus Linguistics – Piotr Pezik: Extraction of multiword expressions for corpus-based discourse analysis – Galina I. Kustova/Olga N. Lashevskaja/Elena V. Paducheva/Ekaterina V. Rakhilina: Verb Taxonomy: From theoretical lexical semantics to practice of corpus tagging – Karen Sullivan: Grammatical constructions in metaphoric language – Monika Kopytowska: Corpus linguistics and an eclectic approach to the study of news - the mechanism of framing – Hanna Pulaczewska: Syntactic reduplication as an ironically-driven pragmatic principle in the spoken language –
The Editors: Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk is Professor Ordinarius and Chair of English Language and Applied Linguistics at Lódz University. Her research interests are in cognitive semantics and pragmatics, corpus linguistics, and their applications. Katarzyna Dziwirek is an Associate Professor in the Department of Slavic at the Unive...
Loading
Title:Studies in Cognitive Corpus LinguisticsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.51 × 0.98 inPublished:July 16, 2009Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3631593996

ISBN - 13:9783631593998

Look for similar items by category:

Reviews

Table of Contents

Contents: Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk/Katarzyna Dziwirek: Emergence of Cognitive Corpus Linguistics – Piotr Pezik: Extraction of multiword expressions for corpus-based discourse analysis – Galina I. Kustova/Olga N. Lashevskaja/Elena V. Paducheva/Ekaterina V. Rakhilina: Verb Taxonomy: From theoretical lexical semantics to practice of corpus tagging – Karen Sullivan: Grammatical constructions in metaphoric language – Monika Kopytowska: Corpus linguistics and an eclectic approach to the study of news - the mechanism of framing – Hanna Pulaczewska: Syntactic reduplication as an ironically-driven pragmatic principle in the spoken language – Kamila Turewicz: A Cognitive Grammar perspective on Jennifer Coates’s findings on the semantics of English modals – Eliza Kitis: Emotions as discursive constructs: The case of the psych-verb ‘fear’ – Agnieszka Kaleta: English aspectual verbs and their complements: The case of ‘begin’ – Lily I-wen Su/Louis Wei-lun Lu: A new look at analogous words: A corpus-based approach – Giuliano Fiorentino: The ordering of adverbial and main clauses in spoken and written Italian – Jerzy Gaszewski: Polish particles tak and nie as polysemous words: A corpus-driven study – Martine Delorge: A diachronic corpus study of the constructional behavior of verbs of reception in Dutch – Dagmar Divjak/Stefan Th. Gries: Corpus-based cognitive semantics: A contrastive study of phrasal verbs in English and Russian – Katarzyna Dziwirek/Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk: ‘Love and hate’ - Unique transitive emotions in Polish and English – Mikolaj Deckert: Pleonasms - from cognition to translation – Hu Ying-Huseh/Ho Yi-Chen: Prepositions we live by: Implications of the polysemy network in teaching English prepositions in and on – Anna Turula: Extensive study of an Anglophone film corpus as a way of implicit learning complex FL grammar – Irena Czwenar: The growth of grammatical complexity in the spoken language of adult learners of English.

Editorial Reviews

«In this collection of eighteen papers, the editors introduce and richly illustrate a field of study they call Cognitive Corpus Linguistics. The papers combine the insights and interests of cognitive linguists with the techniques and quantitative methods familiar to corpus linguists. Taken together, these papers constitute, in effect, a user’s manual of corpus-based cognitive linguistic practice. The appearance of this volume could not be more timely, with both cognitive linguistics and corpus linguistics attracting more interest than ever.» (Professor John Newman, University of Alberta)