List of John Benjamins publications for which Jing Du plays a role.
Separation events in Mandarin, Russian and Korean: A crosslinguistic event-categorization study Review of Cognitive Linguistics 21:2, pp. 377–4102023
Crosslinguistic studies on motion events have revealed that S-languages demonstrate finer-grained lexical categories than V-languages in representing motion manners/gaits. But these studies were restricted to the semantic domain of motion events and confined to a limited number of S- or V-… read more | Article
The convergence and divergence of extension and intension on semantic change: Evidence from Chinese pò Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:2, pp. 438–4752022
Despite the fact that semantic change studies have intensively argued that intensional readings develop from the literal reading as a whole, diachronic prototype semantics proposes that intensional readings arise from the extensional subsets of the literal reading. This study empirically… read more | Article
Pò (‘break’), qiē (‘cut’) and kāi (‘open’) in Chinese: A diachronic conceptual variational approach Review of Cognitive Linguistics 18:1, pp. 213–2432020
This study explores the conceptual boundaries among break, cut and open from an under-investigated diachronic perspective and addresses the diachronic conceptual variations of Chinese pò (‘break’), qiē (‘cut’) and kāi (‘open’). The Center for Chinese Linguistics corpus is employed for the… read more | Article