By Dylan Glynn, Justyna A. Robinson
This quantity seeks to improve and popularise using corpus-driven quantitative equipment within the learn of semantics. the 1st half provides cutting-edge examine in polysemy and synonymy from a Cognitive Linguistic viewpoint. the second one half offers and explains in a didactic demeanour all the statistical strategies utilized in the 1st a part of the quantity. A guide either for linguists operating with data in corpus learn and for linguists within the fields of polysemy and synonymy.
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See Geeraerts (2005; 2006b), Croft (2009) and Glynn (2010c) for other discussions on methodological trends in Cognitive Linguistics. â•‡ Prototype-encyclopaedic analysis of synonymy in Cognitive Semantics Object Form Schema- Method ticity Reference buy (English) speak (English) wine terms (English) trade names (English) za-, pere-, do-, ot- (Russian) Deictic Cx. (English) risk (English) house (English) start – begin (English) clothing terms (Dutch) see (English) contact (English) answer (English) up – down (English) front – back (English) Perfectivisers (Polish) run (English) por – para (Spanish) liegen – stehen (German) epistemic modifiers (Dutch) causatives (French) negation (English) kill (English) verb particle Cxs (English) beer terms (Dutch, French) football terms (Dutch) anaphoric nouns (English) verb verb adj.