The Body in Description of Emotion
Special issue of Pragmatics & Cognition 10:1/2 (2002)
[Pragmatics & Cognition, 10:1/2] 2002. vi, 369 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Introduction: The body in description of emotionN.J. Enfield and Anna Wierzbicka | pp. 1–25
Cultural scripting of body parts for emotions: On ‘jealousy’ and related emotions in EweFelix K. Ameka | pp. 27–55
Colourful psi’s sleep furiously: Depicting emotional states in some African languagesGerrit J. Dimmendaal | pp. 57–83
Semantic analysis of body parts in emotion terminology: Avoiding the exoticisms of “obstinate monosemy” and “online extension”N.J. Enfield | pp. 85–106
‘Body part’ terms and emotion in JapaneseRie Hasada | pp. 107–128
My face is paling against my will: Emotion and control in English and HebrewYael Kidron and Ron Kuzar | pp. 129–157
The body in expressions of emotion: KuotEva Lindström | pp. 159–184
Emotions in OneidaKarin Michelson | pp. 185–206
Emotions and the body in Russian and EnglishAneta Pavlenko | pp. 207–241
Insides and emotion in KoromuCarol Priestley | pp. 243–270
Body part terms in Kaytetye feeling expressionsMyfany Turpin | pp. 271–305
Different modes of describing emotions in Chinese: Bodily changes, sensations, and bodily imagesZhengdao Ye | pp. 307–339
Body and emotion: Body parts in Chinese expression of emotionNing Yu | pp. 341–367
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