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British Library Conference Proceedings Springer Verlag Part three is dedicated to detailed empirical studies of a large sample of languages in a limited set of semantic fields. It reveals possible universals of semantic association, as well as areal and cultural tendencies. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x 32mm Other books in this series. Imperatives and Directive Strategies Simone Heinold.
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Theoretical and methodological issues; 5. Words and their meanings: Principles of variation and stabilization by Robert, Stephane ; 6. The typology of semantic affinities by Pottier, Bernard ; 7.
Cognitive onomasiology and lexical change: Around the eye by Koch, Peter ; 8. Mapping semantic spaces: A constructionist account of the "light verb" xordaen 'eat' in Persian by Family, Niloufar ; 9. Semantic maps and the typology of colexification: Intertwining polysemous networks across languages by Francois, Alexandre ; A catalogue of semantic shifts: Towards a typology of semantic derivation by Zalizniak, Anna A.
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Semantic associations and confluences in paradigmatic networks by Gaume, Bruno ; Part 3. Case studies; Eating beyond certainties by Henault, Christine ; Is a 'friend' an 'enemy'? Between "proximity" and "opposition" by Sakhno, Serguei ; Semantic associations between sensory modalities, prehension and mental perceptions: A crosslinguistic perspective by Vanhove, Martine ; Cats and bugs: Some remarks about semantic parallelisms by Masson, Michel ; General index;