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Título:The Lexical Typology of Semantic Shifts
Autores/as:Juvonen, Päivi; Koptjevskaja-Tamm, Maria
Año de publicación:2016
Lugar de edición:Berlin
Editorial:De Gruyter Mouton
Descripción

The volume focuses on semantic shifts and motivation patterns in the lexicon. Its key feature is its lexico-typological orientation, i.e. a heavy emphasis on systematic cross-linguistic comparison. The book presents current theoretical and methodological trends in the study of semantic shifts and motivational patters based on an abundance of empirical findings across genetically, areally and typologically diverse languages.

Temática:Lingüística cognitiva, Lingüística histórica, Semántica, Tipología
Índice

Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm


1. “The lexical typology of semantic shifts”: An introduction


 


Peter Koch


2. Meaning change and semantic shifts 


 


Alexei Shmelev


3. Semantic shifts as sources of enantiosemy 


 


Ekaterina Rakhilina and Tatiana Reznikova


4. A Frame-based methodology for lexical typology 


 


Carita Paradis


5. Corpus methods for the investigation of antonyms across languages 


 


Robert Östling


6. Studying colexification through massively parallell corpora 


 


Åke Viberg


7. Polysemy in action: The Swedish verb slå ‘hit, strike, beat’ in a crosslinguistic perspective 


 


Päivi Juvonen


8. Making do with minimal lexica. Light verb constructions with make/do in pidgin lexica 


 


Susanne Vejdemo and Sigi Vandewinkel


9. Extended uses of body-related temperature expressions 


 


Michael Fortescue


10. The semantic domain of emotion in Eskimo and neighbouring languages 


 


Galina Yavorska and Galyna Zymovets


11. Motivational scenarios and semantic frames for social relations in Slavic, Romance and Germanic languages – friends, enemies, and others 


 


Antoinette Schapper, Lila San Roque and Rachel Hendery


12. Tree, firewood and fire in the languages of Sahul 


 


Daniela Marzo and Birgit Umbreit


13. Investigating lexical motivation in French and Italian 


 


Wiltrud Mihatsch


14. Types of motivation in folk plant taxonomies 


 


Maksim Russo


15. Differences and interactions between scientific and folk biological taxonomy 


 


Markus Ising


16. Holistic motivation: Systematization and application to the Cooking domain 


 


Matthias Urban


17. Motivation by formally analyzable terms in a typological perspective: An assessment of the variation and steps towards explanation 


 


Subject index 
Language index 
Author index 

ColecciónCognitive Linguistics Research, 58
Formato:Paperback
Págs.:600
ISBN-13:9783110610673
Precio: 29,95 EUR      USD 29.95
Remitente:Infoling
Correo-e: <infolinginfoling.org>
Fecha de publicación en Infoling:15 de agosto de 2018

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