Defining metonymy in cognitive linguistics : towards a consensus view

edited by Réka Benczes, Antonio Barcelona, Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez

While cognitive linguists are essentially in agreement on both the conceptual nature and the fundamental importance of metonymy, there remain disagreements on a number of specific but, nevertheless, crucial issues. Research questions include: Is metonymy a relationship between 'entities' or 'domains'? Is it necessarily referential? What is meant by the claim that metonymy is a 'stand-for' relationship? Can metonymy be considered a mapping? How can it be distinguished from 'active zones' or 'facets'? Is it a prototype category? The ten contributions of the present volume address such core issues on the basis of the latest research results. This volume is unique in being devoted exclusively to the delimitation of the notion of metonymy without ignoring points of divergence among the various contributors, thus paving the way towards a consensual conception of metonymy.

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[目次]

  • 1. List of contributors, pvii-viii
  • 2. Introduction (by Barcelona, Antonio), p1-6
  • 3. Reviewing the properties and prototype structure of metonymy (by Barcelona, Antonio), p7-58
  • 4. Part I. Metonymy and related cognitive, semantic, and rhetorical phenomena
  • 5. Metonymization: A key mechanism in semantic change (by Paradis, Carita), p61-88
  • 6. Zones, facets, and prototype-based metonymy (by Geeraerts, Dirk), p89-102
  • 7. Metonymy and cognitive operations (by Ruiz de Mendoza Ibanez, Francisco Jose), p103-124
  • 8. Metonymy, category broadening and narrowing, and vertical polysemy (by Koskela, Anu), p125-146
  • 9. Metonymy at the crossroads: A case of euphemisms and dysphemisms (by Gradecak-Erdeljic, Tanja), p147-166
  • 10. The role of metonymy in complex tropes: Cognitive operations and pragmatic implications (by Herrero Ruiz, Javier), p167-194
  • 11. Part II. Metonymy and metonymic chains as mappings or processes within domain matrices/networks
  • 12. Putting the notion of "domain" back into metonymy: Evidence from compounds (by Benczes, Reka), p197-216
  • 13. What do metonymic chains reveal about the nature of metonymy? (by Brdar-Szabo, Rita), p217-248
  • 14. Metonymic matrix domains and multiple formations in indirect speech acts (by Chen, Xianglan), p249-268
  • 15. Authors' biodata, p269-274
  • 16. Metaphor and metonymy index, p275-276
  • 17. Name index, p277-279
  • 18. Subject index, p281-284

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書名 Defining metonymy in cognitive linguistics : towards a consensus view
著作者等 Barcelona, Antonio
Benczes, Réka
Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco José
Ruiz de Mendoza Ibanez Francisco Jose
Benczes Reka
シリーズ名 Human cognitive processing
出版元 John Benjamins
刊行年月 c2011
ページ数 viii, 284 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9789027223821
NCID BB06357016
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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