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Motivation in Language. Studies in Honor of Günter Radden


Motivation in Language. Studies in Honor of Günter Radden, Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2003 (monografija)


Naslov
Motivation in Language. Studies in Honor of Günter Radden

Urednik/ci
Cuyckens, Hubert ; Berg, Thomas ; Dirven, René ; Panther, Klaus-Uwe

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija knjige
Uredničke knjige, monografija, ostalo

Izdavač
John Benjamins

Grad
Amsterdam, Philadelphia

Godina
2003

Stranica
414

ISBN
1588114260

Ključne riječi
motivation; grammar lexicon relationship; cognitive linguistics; Cognitive Grammar; sociolinguistics; language and cognition

Sažetak
This volume contributes to the now one-century old question, ‘ Is the link between forms and meanings in language essentially arbitrary, as Saussure put it, or is it on the contrary also considerably motivated?’ All of the papers in this collection examine the conceptual factors that underlie or motivate language use, linking the form & meaning of linguistic expressions in a nonarbitrary way. The book is divided into four sections: Motivation in Lexico-Grammar, Motivation in the Lexicon, Motivation in Socio-Cultural Conceptualizations, & Motivation in Applied Linguistics. Languages evaluated in the studies of motivation for this book include English, Polish, German, Dholuo, Japanese, Luganda, & Kiswahili ; cognitive grammar & cognitive linguistics are the dominating theoretical frameworks used.The greater part of the papers (Sections 1– 3) analyze linguistic phenomena in which not arbitrary, but cognitively motivated links between form and meaning play a role. As such, the contributions in Section 1 examine selected aspects of motivation in the continuum between lexicon and grammar ; the contributions in Section 2 study the factors underlying the range of (semantic) variants that attach to a particular lexical item ; and papers in Section 3 look at motivating factors in linguistic items situated in and conceptualizing the socio-cultural domain. A smaller set of papers in Section 4 point to the role which learner motivation and attitudinal motivation may play in applied linguistics domains.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
0122001

Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Osijek

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Motivation in Language. Studies in Honor of Günter Radden, Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2003 (monografija)
Cuyckens, H., Berg, T., Dirven, R. & Panther, K. (ur.) (2003) Motivation in Language. Studies in Honor of Günter Radden. Amsterdam, Philadelphia, John Benjamins.
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