Conceptual Metonymy

Methodological, theoretical, and descriptive issues

Editors
| University of Córdoba
| University of Córdoba
| University of Naples L'Orientale
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The volume addresses a number of closely connected methodological, descriptive, and theoretical issues in the study of metonymy, and includes a series of case studies broadening our knowledge of the functioning of metonymy. As regards the methodological and descriptive issues, the book exhibits a unique feature in metonymy literature: the discussion of the structure of a detailed, web-based metonymy database (especially its entry model), and the descriptive criteria to be applied in its completion. The theoretical discussion contributes important challenging insights on several metonymy-related topics such as contingency, source prominence, “complex target”, source-target contrast / asymmetry, conceptual integration, hierarchies, triggers, de-personalization and de-roling, and many others. The case studies deal with the role of metonymy in morphology, monoclausal if only constructions, emotional categories, and iconicity in English and other languages, including one sign language. Beside cognitive linguists, especially metonymy researchers, the book should appeal to researchers in A.I., sign language, rhetoric, lexicography, and communication.
[Human Cognitive Processing, 60]  2018.  ix, 325 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
ix–x
Introduction: The complex task of studying metonymy
Antonio Barcelona, Olga Blanco-Carrión and Rossella Pannain
1–23
Part 1. General issues in the description of metonymy: Issues in the design and implementation of a metonymy database
26–93
Chapter 1. General description of the metonymy database in the Córdoba project, with particular attention to the issues of hierarchy, prototypicality, and taxonomic domains
Antonio Barcelona
27–54
Chapter 2. Conventionality and linguistic domain(s) involved in the characterization of metonymies (for the creation of a detailed typology of metonymy)
Olga Blanco-Carrión
55–74
Chapter 3. Analysis of metonymic triggers, metonymic chaining, and patterns of interaction with metaphor and with other metonymies as part of the metonymy database in the Córdoba project
Isabel Hernández-Gomariz
75–94
Part 2. Discussion of some general properties of metonymy
97–182
Chapter 4. Some contrast effects in metonymy
John Barnden
97–120
Chapter 5. What kind of reasoning mode is metonymy?
Klaus-Uwe Panther and Linda L. Thornburg
121–160
Chapter 6. Molly married money : Reflections on conceptual metonymy
Günter Radden
161–182
Part 3. Ubiquity of metonymy in languages
185–309
Chapter 7. How metonymy motivates constructions: The case of monoclausal if-only P constructions in English
Bogusław Bierwiaczonek
185–204
Chapter 8. The role of metonymy in the constructionist approach to the conceptualization of emotions
Benedikt Perak
205–236
Chapter 9. The mouth of the speaker: Italian metonymies of Linguistic Action
Rossella Pannain
237–260
Chapter 10. Are smartphone face and Googleheads a real or a fake phenomenon?: The current role of metonymy in semantic exocentricity
Carmen Portero-Muñoz
261–286
Chapter 11. Metonymy and the dynamics of conceptual operations in Spanish Sign Language
Ana-Laura Rodríguez-Redondo
287–310
Metonymy index
311–313
Name index
315–319
Subject index
321–325
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Jódar-Sánchez, José Antonio
2017. Metonymy in human interaction. Cognitive Linguistic Studies 4:2  pp. 249 ff. Crossref logo

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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN016000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Semantics
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