Edited by Robert E. MacLaury, Galina V. Paramei and Don Dedrick
[Not in series 137] 2007
► pp. 441–456
To have color and to have no color: The coloring of the face in the Czech linguistic picture of the world
The semantic analysis of color vocabulary provides insight into models of perception and thinking. Color and coloring play an important role in the way phenomena of human perception and reflection are conceptualized. Various linguistic and cultural connotations related to colors in specific contexts are explored and a semantic analysis of the role of color in these contexts is given, with reference to Czech color words.
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