Metaphor and Corpus Linguistics
John Benjamins Publishing, 1 ene 2005 - 235 páginas
Metaphor is a topical issue across a number of disciplines, wherever researchers are concerned with how speakers and writers package and process messages. This book is addressed at readers from diverse academic backgrounds who are interested in ways of researching metaphor from different perspectives, and especially through corpus linguistics. A number of approaches to and exploitations of metaphor, including conceptual metaphor theory and cognitive approaches more generally, text and spoken discourse analysis, and CDA, are discussed, explored and critiqued using corpus data. The book also includes corpus linguistic studies of different aspects of metaphor, which investigate its linguistic and semantic properties and relate them to current theoretical views. The book demonstrates the need for naturally-occurring language data to be used in the development of metaphor theory, and shows the value of corpus data and techniques in this work.
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Metaphor and metonymy
Corpus research into metaphor
Cognitive and psycholinguistic approaches to metaphor research
Discourse approaches to metaphor research
The examination of corpus data CHAPTER 7
The grammar of metaphor
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