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The volume offers a number of representative papers on cognitive models that are invoked when people deal with questions of social identity, political and economic manipulation, and more general issues such as the genomic discourse.
In line with the well-known volume Cultural Models in Language and Thought by Holland and Quinn (1987), the volume shows that Cognitive Linguistics has further explored the idea that we think about social reality in terms of models - 'cognitive/cultural models' or 'folk theories'. As in cultural models, the present volume demonstrates that the technical…mehr

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The volume offers a number of representative papers on cognitive models that are invoked when people deal with questions of social identity, political and economic manipulation, and more general issues such as the genomic discourse.

In line with the well-known volume Cultural Models in Language and Thought by Holland and Quinn (1987), the volume shows that Cognitive Linguistics has further explored the idea that we think about social reality in terms of models - 'cognitive/cultural models' or 'folk theories'. As in cultural models, the present volume demonstrates that the technical apparatus of Cognitive Linguistics can be used to analyze the various ways our conception of social reality is shaped by underlying cognitive and/or cultural models or patterns of thought, and also looks into how this is done. The new inroad the volume wants to pursue is the deliberate and explicit orientation towards a cognitive sociolinguistics, or more generally, a cognitive semiotics.


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  • Verlag: Gruyter, Walter de GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 445
  • Erscheinungstermin: 2. Mai 2012
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783110892901
  • Artikelnr.: 44417340
Autorenporträt
René Dirven is Professor Emeritus at the University of Duisburg, Germany. Roslyn M. Frank is Professor Emeritus at the University of Iowa, USA. Martin Pütz is Professor at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: Categories, cognitive models and ideologiesRené Dirven, Roslyn M. Frank and Martin PützSection 1: Cognitive models of linguistic variation Cultural models of linguistic standardization Dirk Geeraerts How to do things with allophones: Linguistic stereotypes as cognitive reference points in social cognitionGitte Kristiansen Section 2: Cognitive models of cultural/social identities Shifting identities in Basque and Western cultural models of Self and BeingRoslyn M. Frank Language and ideology in Nigerian cartoonsOyinkan Medubi Three mandates for anti-minority policy expressed in U.S. public discourse metaphorsOtto Santa Ana Has the consciousness of modern industrial societies rendered "housewife" no longer a value-free cultural model?Lewis Sego Section 3: Cognitive models as covert ideologies Conceptual metaphor as ideological stylistic means: An exemplary analysisHans-Georg Wolf and Frank Polzenhagen Metaphor and ideology in the press coverage of telecom corporate consolidationsMichael White and Honesto Herrera Section 4: Cognitive models in covert social debates Ideological functions of metaphor: The conceptual metaphors of health and illness in public iscourseAndreas Musolff Genetic roulette: On the cognitive rhetoric of bioriskCraig A. Hamilton Deciphering the human genome: The semantic and ideological foundations of genetic and genomic DiscourseBrigitte Nerlich and Robert Dingwall