Corpus Approaches to Language, Thought and Communication

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| Masaryk University
| Masaryk University
| University of Tromsø
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The studies in the present volume illustrate the current state-of-the-art in the corpus-based approach in cognitive linguistics, which seeks to motivate linguistic phenomena through the combination of quantitative and qualitative analysis. By focusing on language use in different contexts from a variety of perspectives, each of the contributions in this volume presents its own unique take on the intertwined relationship between language, thought, and communication. Thus, each article shows how a combination of quantitative and qualitative analytical techniques helps shed new light on old issues, reflecting the usage-based nature of cognitive linguistics and illustrating the explanatory adequacy of corpus-based methods. Originally published as special issue of Review of Cognitive Linguistics 17:1 (2019).
[Benjamins Current Topics, 119]  2021.  v, 157 pp.
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Table of Contents
Deep dives into big data: Best practices for synthesis of quantitative and qualitative analysis in Cognitive Linguistics
Laura A. Janda, Naděžda Kudrnáčová and Wei-lun Lu
1–6
Quantitative perspectives in Cognitive Linguistics
Laura A. Janda
7–28
Massive corpora and models of cross‑cultural communication styles in Cognitive Linguistics: The case of the N1 V (for) N2 to-infinitive construction in English
Vladan Pavlovic
29–51
Contrastive semantics of human locomotion verbs: English walk vs. Czech jít and kráčet
Naděžda Kudrnáčová
53–77
Parts of speech membership as a factor of meaning extension and level of abstraction: Comparison of Czech adjectives and Japanese verbs in adnominal modification
Petra Kanasugi
79–114
The near-synonymy of classifiers and construal operation: A corpus-based study of and zhū in Chinese
Aneta Dosedlová and Wei-lun Lu
115–132
Construction in conversation: An Interactional Construction Grammar approach to the use of xiangshuo ‘think’ in spoken Taiwan Mandarin
Chen-Yu Chester Hsieh and Lily I-Wen Su
133–155
Index
156
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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ONIX 2.1
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