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«Empirical Methods in Language Studies» presents 22 papers employing a broad range of empirical methods in the analysis of various aspects of language and communication. The individual texts offer contributions to the description of conceptual strategies, syntax, semantics, non-verbal communication, language learning, discourse, and literature.…mehr

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«Empirical Methods in Language Studies» presents 22 papers employing a broad range of empirical methods in the analysis of various aspects of language and communication. The individual texts offer contributions to the description of conceptual strategies, syntax, semantics, non-verbal communication, language learning, discourse, and literature.

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Autorenporträt
Krzysztof Kosecki is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the Institute of English, University of Lódz, Poland. His research concentrates on theories of metaphor and metonymy, ethnic stereotypes, theory of translation, cognitive poetics, the language of legal texts, and cognitive aspects of signed languages. Janusz Badio is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the Institute of English, University of Lódz, Poland. His research concentrates on different aspects of speech from the cognitive linguistics perspective, narration, events and dynamicity of meaning construal. He is also interested in various aspects of empirical methodology in linguistics.
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Contents: Janusz Badio: Events and sentences in story construal of English-native and Polish-foreign language users: experimental methodology and outcomes - Daniel Karczewski: Factors determining genericity in the light of experimental studies of generics - Ida Stria: Linguistic worldview of esperanto: a questionnaire method - Krzysztof Kosecki: Comprehension of metaphor-based non-literality in signed languages by the hearing persons - Agnieszka Stepkowska: Second language acquisition in the canton of Zurich: the Swiss are fond of English - Valérie Bourdier/Agnès Leroux: No problem or no problems? Special problems raised by the reference to absence in the sequences no+N-O and no+N-s - Dylan Glynn: The socio-cultural conceptualisation of femininity: corpus evidence for cognitive models - Karolina Krawczak: Negative self-evaluative emotions from a cross-cultural perspective: A case of "shame" and "guilt" in English and Polish - Naoki Nakamata: A categorization of conditional Expressions in Japanese: insights from a lexical approach - Piotr Twardzisz: Identifying and measuring personification in journalistic discourse - Jaroslaw Wilinski: A covarying collexeme analysis of the verb play and the manner adjunct in the domain of soccer - Jacek Tadeusz Walinski: Time in structuring fictive motion: an empirical corpus-based study - Barbara Konat/Konrad Juszczyk: Multimodal communication in career coaching sessions: lexical and gestural corpus study - Victoria Kamasa: Research design in corpus-supported critical discourse analysis - Eva Malková: Ellipsis and sentence fragments in Ian McEwan's Amsterdam : their effect on meaning - Olga Berdina: Meaning change of gradual verbs denoting colour in English - Iryna V. Malynovska: "Shuttle" methods in the analysis of metaphor in English philosophical discourse - Miroslaw Banko: Iconic effects in loanword adaptation - Katarzyna Stadnik: Chaucer's selected narratives: through the looking-glass of medieval imagery - Martin Hinton: Alternatives to intuition in linguistics research - Anna Baczkowska: Compliments in film subtitles: a pragmatic and cognitive study of translations from English into Polish - Natalya Savoiskaya: Specific universals: a comparative analysis of subject of evaluation construal.