Studies in Lexicogrammar

Theory and applications

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The leitmotif, but not exclusive theme, of the present volume is Ronald Langacker’s (1987) thesis that “lexicon, morphology, and syntax form a continuum of symbolic units serving to structure conceptual content for expressive purposes”. The concept of the lexicogrammar continuum contrasts especially with mainstream generative grammar, but also, although less radically, with other cognitive linguistic paradigms, such as Construction Grammar. The contributors to this volume explore the lexicogrammar continuum and other issues of the architecture of language mostly from a cognitive linguistic perspective. A wide range of theoretical and methodological themes is covered such as the integration of discourse and interactional phenomena into Cognitive Grammar, the status of introspective data, figurative language and thought (i.e. metaphor and metonymy), morphosyntactic constructions, and phonological structure. Besides English (including Old English), languages analyzed in some detail include Polish, Czech, Dutch, Estonian, Georgian, German, Danish, and Portuguese.

The volume will be of interest to scholars and graduate students in cognitive linguistics, especially Cognitive Grammar, Construction Grammar, metaphor and metonymy, and corpus linguistics.

[Human Cognitive Processing, 54]  2016.  vii, 284 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vii
Introduction: Theoretical, methodological, and practical problems in the study of lexicogrammar
Grzegorz Drożdż
1–20
Part I: Theoretical and methodological issues
Toward an integrated view of structure, processing, and discourse
Ronald W. Langacker
23–54
Looking into introspection
Ewa Dąbrowska
55–74
Virtual lexicogrammar
Adam Glaz
75–92
Part II: The semantics and pragmatics of morphosyntactic constructions
From the meaning of the concrete noun to its grammatical property and back
Grzegorz Drożdż
95–120
What? You and me get together? The place of the Incredulity Response Construction in the lexicon-syntax continuum
Konrad Szcześniak
121–142
The binding hierarchy and infinitival complementation in English and in Polish: A contrastive study
Agnieszka Kaleta
143–160
The conceptual structure of reflexivity in The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Manuscript E
Iwona Góralczyk and Joanna Łozinska-Bastek
161–172
Part III: Figuration and lexicogrammatical structure
Lexical and grammatical dimensions of metaphor – a Cognitive Grammar perspective
Barbara Taraszka-Drożdż
175–192
The interplay of metaphor and metonymy in English noun+noun compounds
Marcin Kuczok
193–210
Towards an experientially-based classification of motion situations
Jacek WoŹny
211–228
Space and time in medium-mediated expressions of distance
Jacek Tadeusz Waliński
229–240
Part IV: Morphological and phonological structure
Headedness of coordinate compounds in Polish and English
Bozena Cetnarowska
243–260
Word-specific phonology: The impact of token frequency and base transparency
Bartłomiej Czaplicki
261–276
Name index
277–278
Subject index
279–284
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009020 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Morphology
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