Converging Evidence : Methodological and theoretical issues for linguistic research.
|Author / Creator:||Schönefeld, Doris.|
|Imprint:||Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2011.|
|Description:||1 online resource (362 pages)|
|Series:||Human cognitive processing, 1387-6724 ; v. 33|
Human cognitive processing ; v. 33.
|Subject:||Linguistics -- Research -- Methodology.|
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- Historical & Comparative.
Linguistics -- Research -- Methodology.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11122579|
Table of Contents:
- Table of contents; Contributors; Introduction; 1. Introduction; 2. The potential of evidence to converge; 3. Introspective evidence; 3.1 Introspective evidence
- the (sole) source of insight in Generative Linguistics; 3.2 Generative Linguistics in more recent times
- broadening the methodological spectrum; 4. Empirical evidence; 4.1 Empirical evidence
- evidence naturally employed within Cognitive Linguistics; 4.2 Empirical evidence
- an essential characteristic of corpus linguistics; 4.3 Empirical evidence
- towards a truly usage-based approach in cognitive linguistics.
- 5. Data in linguistic research
- a summary and overview6. Conclusion to the discussion; 6.1 Why evidence is needed to converge; 6.2 Converging evidence in practice; 7. The contributions to this volume; 7.1 Part 1: Multi-methodological approaches to constructional and idiomatic meaning; 7.2 Part 2: Multi-methodological approaches to language acquisition; 7.3 Part 3: Multi-methodological approaches to the study of discourse; 8. Convergence of evidence: Prospects for future research; References; Issues in collecting converging evidence; 1. Introduction.
- 2. Metaphor in symbolic structure and practice versus in cognitive process and product3. Phenomenological pluralism; 4. Methodological pluralism; 5. Conclusion; References; Multi-methodological approaches to constructional and idiomatic meaning; Perception and conception; 1. Introduction; 2. Bolinger's thesis; 3. Noël's criticism of Bolinger; 4. The 'see x to be y' construction revisited; 5. Goal as targeted alternative: The semantics of the to-infinitive; 6. Conclusion; References; Corpora:; Secondary:; Explaining diverging evidence; 1. Introduction; 2. Syntactic evidence.
- 3. Cognitive-functional evidence4. Prosodic evidence; 4.1 That omission; 4.2 That insertion; 5. Explaining diverging evidence; 5.1 Relating syntactic structure and use; 5.2 Reassessing the role of that; 6. Conclusion; References; Studying syntactic priming in corpora; 1. Introduction; 2. Data and methods; 3. Results; 3.1 Coarse granularity: Constructional frequencies; 3.2 Intermediate granularity: Binary logistic regression; 3.3 High granularity: Generalized linear mixed-effects model; 4. Concluding remarks; References; Islands of (im)productivity in corpus data and acceptability judgments.
- 1. Introduction2. Corpus evidence; 2.1 A morphological potentiality construction: V-baar; 2.2 A syntactic potentiality construction: is te V; 2.3 Distinctive collexeme analysis; 3. Experiment; 3.1 Method; 3.2 Results; 3.3 Summary and analysis; 4. Conclusion; References; Compositional and embodied meanings of somatisms; 1. Introduction; 2. Towards a definition of somatisms; 3. Introspective and corpus-based investigations of phraseologisms; 4. Analyzing the meaning of somatisms: A corpus-based perspective; 4.1 Corpus data; 4.2 Analysis.