Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics

Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics : Volume 2

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The Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics (published under the auspices of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association) aims to establish itself as an international forum for the publication of high-quality original research on all areas of linguistic enquiry from a cognitive perspective. Fruitful debate is encouraged with neighboring academic disciplines as well as with other approaches to language study, particularly functionally-oriented ones.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 355 pages
  • 157.5 x 233.7 x 25.4mm | 657.72g
  • John Benjamins Publishing Co
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1588115917
  • 9781588115911

Table of contents

1. The Dutch change-of-state copulawordenand its Spanish counterparts: A matter of aspect and voice (by Hanegreefs, Hilde); 2. An acquisitional approach to disharmonic word-order/affixation pairings (by Fortescue, Michael); 3. Typological variation in encoding the manner, path, and ground components of a metaphorical motion event (by Ozcaliskan, Seyda); 4. The cognitive basis of adjectival and adverbial resultative constructions (by Broccias, Cristiano); 5. The image-schematic basis of the EVENT STRUCTURE metaphor (by Pena Cervel, Maria Sandra); 6. Grammaticalisation through constructions: The story of causativehavein English (by Ziegeler, Debra); 7. Constructions at the crossroads: The place of construction grammar between field and frame (by Glynn, Dylan); 8. From relational schemas to subject-specific semantic relations: A two-step classification of compound terms (by Oster, Ulrike); 9. Spatial cognition and linguistic expression: Empirical research on frames of reference in Japanese (by Shinohara, Kazuko); 10. Semantic change as a process of conceptual blending (by Grygiel, Marcin); 11. Ronald Langacker: A visit to Cognitive Grammar (by Maldonado, Ricardo); 12. Why Construction Grammar is radical (by Taylor, John R.); 13. Review of Paolo Santangelo (2003). Sentimental education in Chinese history. An interdisciplinary textual research on Ming and Qing Sources. (by Nerlich, Brigitte)show more