Metaphor and National Identity

Alternative conceptualization of the Treaty of Trianon

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Due to the Treaty of Trianon – which was signed at the end of World War 1 in 1920 – Hungary lost two thirds of its former territory, as well as the inhabitants of these areas. The book aims to reveal why the treaty still plays a role in Hungarian national identity construction, by studying the alternative conceptualization of the treaty and its consequences. The cognitive linguistic research explores Hungarian politicians’ conceptual system about Trianon, with special interest on conceptual metaphors. It also analyzes the factors that may motivate the emergence of the conceptual system, as well as its synchronic diversity and diachronic changes. The monograph provides a niche insight into the conceptual basis of how contemporary citizens of Hungary interpret the treaty of Trianon and its consequences. The book will be of interest to cognitive and cultural linguists, cultural anthropologists, or any professionals working on national identity construction.
[Cognitive Linguistic Studies in Cultural Contexts, 11]  2019.  xvii, 276 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgement
xvii
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–32
Chapter 2. The agreement frame
33–66
Chapter 3. The conceptualization of the consequences of the Peace Treaty of Trianon
67–146
Chapter 4. The contextual factors that motivate the conceptual processes that are at work during the conceptualization of the peace treaty and its consequences
147–184
Chapter 5. The alternative conceptualization of the Trianon peace treaty as a problem and its solutions
185–213
Chapter 6. The alternative conceptualization of June 4
212–243
Chapter 7. The role of Trianon in the construction of Hungarian national identity
245–250
Chapter 8. Summary
251–262
References
263–266
Appendix 1. The conceptualization of the Peace Treaty of Trianon and its consequences
267–270
Index
271
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN015000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Rhetoric
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2019039761