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Defining Metonymy in Cognitive Linguistics: Towards a consensus view
Edited by Réka Benczes, Antonio Barcelona and Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez
[Human Cognitive Processing 28] 2011
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Barcelona, Antonio
2019. Chapter 2. The tripartite typology and the Córdoba Metonymy Database. In Metaphor and Metonymy in the Digital Age [Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication, 8],  pp. 49 ff. DOI logo
Barcelona, Antonio, Olga Blanco Carrión & Rossella Pannain
2018. Introduction. In Conceptual Metonymy [Human Cognitive Processing, 60],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Barnden, John A.
2022. Metonymy, reflexive hyperbole and broadly reflexive relationships. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:1  pp. 33 ff. DOI logo
Benczes, Réka
2015. “Cognitive Linguistics is fun”. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 13:2  pp. 479 ff. DOI logo
Bierwiaczonek, Bogusław
2020. Figures of speech revisited. In Figurative Meaning Construction in Thought and Language [Figurative Thought and Language, 9],  pp. 226 ff. DOI logo
Brdar, Mario & Rita Brdar-Szabó
2022. Targetting metonymic targets. In Figurative Thought and Language in Action [Figurative Thought and Language, 16],  pp. 59 ff. DOI logo
Brdar, Mario, Rita Brdar-Szabó & Tanja Gradečak
2022.  Rosie the Riveter of the COVID time. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:1  pp. 258 ff. DOI logo
Brink, Nina
2023. Metonymic relations underlying the one-word utterances of Afrikaans-speaking infants and toddlers. Language and Cognition 15:1  pp. 86 ff. DOI logo
Broccias, Cristiano
2020. Falling to one’s death in multiple landscapes. In Figurative Meaning Construction in Thought and Language [Figurative Thought and Language, 9],  pp. 108 ff. DOI logo
Broccias, Cristiano
2022. A Cognitive Grammar approach to ‘metonymy’. In Figurative Thought and Language in Action [Figurative Thought and Language, 16],  pp. 37 ff. DOI logo
Catalano, Theresa
2017. When Children Are Water: Representation of Central American Migrant Children in Public Discourse and Implications for Educators. Journal of Latinos and Education 16:2  pp. 124 ff. DOI logo
Catalano, Theresa & Linda R. Waugh
2013. The ideologies behind newspaper crime reports of Latinos and Wall Street/CEOs: a critical analysis of metonymy in text and image. Critical Discourse Studies 10:4  pp. 406 ff. DOI logo
Catalano, Theresa & Linda R. Waugh
2016. Representations of power. Journal of Language and Politics 15:6  pp. 790 ff. DOI logo
Devylder, Simon
2019. Chapter 8. Mereology in the flesh. In Metaphor and Metonymy in the Digital Age [Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication, 8],  pp. 199 ff. DOI logo
Diyanati, Masoumeh & Hadaegh Rezaei
2022. Metonymical noun-noun nominal compounds in Persian. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 54:2  pp. 194 ff. DOI logo
Franceschi, Daniele
2014. Licensing and blocking factors in the use of BEGIN verbs. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 12:2  pp. 304 ff. DOI logo
Eric Fredua-Kwarteng
2015. How Prospective Teachers Conceptualized Mathematics: Implications for Teaching. International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education 10:2  pp. 77 ff. DOI logo
Glebkin, Vladimir
2014. Cultural-historical psychology and the cognitive view of metonymy and metaphor. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 12:2  pp. 288 ff. DOI logo
Golubeva, Tatiana
Jodlowiec, Maria & Agnieszka Piskorska
2020. Chapter 2. Metonymic relations – from determinacy to indeterminacy. In Relevance Theory, Figuration, and Continuity in Pragmatics [Figurative Thought and Language, 8],  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
Jodłowiec, Maria & Agnieszka Piskorska
2015. Metonymy revisited: Towards a new relevance-theoretic account. Intercultural Pragmatics 12:2 DOI logo
Jódar-Sánchez, José Antonio
Kos, Petr
2023. The role of metonymy in naming. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 21:1  pp. 86 ff. DOI logo
Martin, Paul & Pam Papadelos
2017. Who stands for the norm? The place of metonymy in androcentric language. Social Semiotics 27:1  pp. 39 ff. DOI logo
Martín‐Gascón, Beatriz
2022.  Why in Spanish “ Nos Ponemos Contentos ” But not “ Satisfechos ”: A Cognitive‐Linguistic Review of The “Change‐of‐State Verb Ponerse + Adjective” Construction * . Studia Linguistica 76:2  pp. 552 ff. DOI logo
Morras, Javier & Antonio Barcelona
Morras Cortés, Javier A. & Xu Wen
2021. Unweaving the embodied nature of English temporal prepositions. Cognitive Linguistic Studies 8:1  pp. 60 ff. DOI logo
Muñoz, Carmen Portero
2022. Forty years of metonymy. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:1  pp. 172 ff. DOI logo
O'Mara-Shimek, Michael
2017. Levels of Ethical Quality of Metaphor in Stock Market Reporting. Business and Society Review 122:1  pp. 93 ff. DOI logo
Pannain, Rossella
2017. Metonymy in numerals. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 15:1  pp. 102 ff. DOI logo
Pannain, Rossella
2018. Chapter 9. The mouth of the speaker. In Conceptual Metonymy [Human Cognitive Processing, 60],  pp. 237 ff. DOI logo
Pannain, Rossella & Lucia di Pace
2022. Metonymy and the polysemy of Covid in Italian. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:1  pp. 231 ff. DOI logo
Panther, Klaus-Uwe & Linda L. Thornburg
2018. Chapter 5. What kind of reasoning mode is metonymy?. In Conceptual Metonymy [Human Cognitive Processing, 60],  pp. 121 ff. DOI logo
Park, Chongwon
2022. Metonymy in the Korean internally headed relative clause construction. Linguistics Vanguard 8:1  pp. 355 ff. DOI logo
PARK, CHONGWON & DANIEL TURNER
2017. When Richard met CG: reference-point and English copy-raising. Language and Cognition 9:3  pp. 473 ff. DOI logo
Peña Cervel, Ma Sandra
2022. For Better, for Worse, for Richer, for Poorer, in Sickness and in Health: A Cognitive-Linguistic Approach to Merism. Metaphor and Symbol 37:3  pp. 229 ff. DOI logo
Poppi, Fabio I. M., Marianna Bolognesi & Amitash Ojha
2020. Imago Dei: Metaphorical conceptualization of pictorial artworks within a participant-based framework. Semiotica 2020:236-237  pp. 349 ff. DOI logo
Radden, Günter
2018. Chapter 6. Molly married money. In Conceptual Metonymy [Human Cognitive Processing, 60],  pp. 161 ff. DOI logo
Radden, Günter
2022. Metonymic hitting . Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:1  pp. 156 ff. DOI logo
Rasulic, Katarina
2017. Chapter 8. Shakespeare on the shelf, Blue Helmets on the move. In Studies in Figurative Thought and Language [Human Cognitive Processing, 56],  pp. 200 ff. DOI logo
Rodríguez-Redondo, Ana-Laura
Slabakova, Roumyana, Jennifer Cabrelli Amaro & Sang Kyun Kang
2013. Regular and Novel Metonymy in Native Korean, Spanish, and English: Experimental Evidence for Various Acceptability. Metaphor and Symbol 28:4  pp. 275 ff. DOI logo
Slabakova, Roumyana, Jennifer Cabrelli Amaro & Sang Kyun Kang
2016. Regular and Novel Metonymy: Can You Curl up with a Good Agatha Christie in Your Second Language?. Applied Linguistics 37:2  pp. 175 ff. DOI logo
Soto Nieto, Almudena
2020. La red polisémica de negro . Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics 33:2  pp. 562 ff. DOI logo
Soto Nieto, Almudena & Antonio Barcelona Sánchez
1970. Principales patrones metonímicos en las extensiones semánticas de los términos cromáticos en español. Círculo de Lingüística Aplicada a la Comunicación 75  pp. 287 ff. DOI logo
Szwedek, Aleksander
2014. The nature of domains and the relationships between them in metaphorization. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 12:2  pp. 342 ff. DOI logo
Dr Tanweer Ali & O'Mara-Shimek, Michael
2015. A communicative efficiency and effectiveness model for using metaphor and metonymy in financial news reporting. On the Horizon 23:3  pp. 216 ff. DOI logo
Thomou, Paraskevi & Marilena Koutoulaki
2022. From usage patterns to meaning construction. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:2  pp. 305 ff. DOI logo
Viimaranta, Johanna & Arto Mustajoki
2020. What Can Science, Religion, Politics, Culture and the Economy Do? A Corpus Study of Metonymical Conceptualization Combined with Personification. Scando-Slavica 66:1  pp. 71 ff. DOI logo
Villacañas, Beatriz & Michael White
2013. Pictorial metonymy as creativity source in “Purificación García” advertising campaigns. Metaphor and the Social World 3:2  pp. 220 ff. DOI logo
Zhang, Weiwei, Dirk Geeraerts & Dirk Speelman
2015. Visualizing onomasiological change: Diachronic variation in metonymic patterns for woman in Chinese. Cognitive Linguistics 26:2  pp. 289 ff. DOI logo
Zhang, Weiwei, Dirk Speelman & Dirk Geeraerts
2015. Cross-linguistic variation in metonymies for PERSON. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 13:1  pp. 220 ff. DOI logo
Zibin, Aseel, Abdel Rahman Mitib Altakhaineh & Elham T. Hussein
2020. On the comprehension of metonymical expressions by Arabic-speaking EFL learners: A cognitive linguistic approach. Topics in Linguistics 21:1  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
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