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Meaning, life and culture : in conversation with Anna Wierzbicka / edited by Helen Bromhead and Zhengdao Ye.

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出版资料
Canberra, ACT, Australia : Australian National University Press, 2020.
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Introduction / Zhengdao Ye and Helen Bromhead -- Part 1 : Meaning, life and culture: The Natural Semantic Metalanguage approach. 1. Prototypes, polysemy and constructional semantics : The lexicogrammar of the English verb climb / Cliff Goddard ; 2. The comparative semantics of verbs of 'opening' : West Africa vs Oceania / Felix K. Ameka and Deborah Hill ; 3. 'Gezellig' : A Dutch cultural keyword unpacked / Bert Peeters ; 4. Royal semantics : Linguacultural reflections on the Danish address pronoun 'De' / Carsten Levisen ; 5. The Singlish interjection 'bojio' / Jock Onn Wong ; 6. The semantics of 'bushfire' in Australian English / Helen Bromhead ; 7. The semantics of 'migrant' in Australian English / Zhengdao Ye ; 8. The semantics of verbs of visual aesthetic appreciation in Russian / Anna Gladkova ; 9. Christian values embedded in the Italian language : A semantic analysis of 'carita`' / Gian Marco Farese ; 10. The semantics of two loanwords in Navarrese Spanish / Mońica Aznaŕez-Mauleoń ; 11. Time in Portuguese 'saudade' and other words of longing / Zuzanna Bulat Silva ; 12. Lost in translation : A semantic analysis of 'no da' in Japanese / Yuko Asano-Cavanagh -- Part 2 : Meaning, life and culture : Perspectives. 13. Locating 'mind' (and 'soul') cross-culturally / Frances Morphy and Howard Morphy ; 14. Teknocentric kin terms in Australian languages / Harold Koch ; 15. Showing and not telling in a sign language / John Haiman ; 16. Games that people play : Capitalism as a game / Annabelle Mooney ; 17. Our ordinary lives : Pathways to a more human-oriented linguistics / John Newman ; 18. On defining parts of speech with Generative Grammar and NSM / Avery D. Andrews ; 19. Cut-verbs of the Oceanic language Teop : A critical study of collecting and analysing data in a language documentation project / Ulrike Mosel ; 20. The depiction of sensing events in English and Kalam / Andrew Pawley ; 21. Russian language-specific words in the light of parallel corpora / Alexei Shmelev ; 22. 'Sense of privacy' and 'sense of elbow' : English vs Russian values and communicative styles / Tatiana Larina ; 23. On the semantics of 'cup' / Keith Allan ; 24. Where we part from NSM : Understanding Warlpiri yangka and the Warlpiri expression of part-hood / David Nash and David P. Wilkins ; Envoi ; Anna Wierzbicka's life / Kevin Windle and Mary Besemeres.
摘要
This book is dedicated to Anna Wierzbicka, one of the most influential and innovative linguists of her generation. Her work spans a number of disciplines, including anthropology, cultural psychology, cognitive science, philosophy and religious studies, as well as her home base of linguistics. She is best known for the Natural Semantic Metalanguage (NSM) approach to meaning--a versatile tool for exploring 'big questions' concerning the diversity and universals of people's experience in the world. In this volume, Anna Wierzbicka's former students, old and current colleagues, 'kindred spirits' and 'sparring partners' engage with her ideas and diverse body of work. These authors cover topics from the grammar of action verbs to cross-cultural pragmatics, and over 30 languages from around the world are represented. The chapters in Part 1 focus on the NSM approach and cover four themes: lexico-grammatical semantics, cultural keywords, semantics of nouns, and emotion. In Part 2, the contributors connect with a meaning-based approach from their own intellectual perspectives, including syntax, anthropology, cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics. The deep humanistic perspective, wide-ranging themes and interdisciplinary nature of Wierzbicka's research are reflected in the contributions. The common thread running through all chapters is the primacy of meaning to the understanding of language and culture.
书目
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Unless stated otherwise, the author retains copyright to their work while ANU Press retains exclusive worldwide rights for the distribution of the book. From 2018, the majority of ANU Press titles are published under a Creative Commons licence (CC BY-NC-ND; creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/), which broadens the ways in which works can be used and distributed. Please refer to the copyright page of each book for more information on a specific title's copyright licensing.
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Licensed under Creative Commons. Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 AU-CaNED
主题
Wierzbicka, Anna.
Language and culture.
Linguistic universals.
Semantics.
Intercultural communication.
Intercultural communication.
Language and culture.
Linguistic universals.
Semantics.
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Electronic books.
其它责任者
Wierzbicka, Anna,
Bromhead, Helen, 1981-
Ye, Zhengdao,
Australian National University Press,
其他表格:
Print version: Meaning, life and culture : in conversation with Anna Wierzbicka. Canberra, ACT, Australia : ANU Press, 2020 9781760463922 (OCoLC)1225157761
国际标准书号
9781760463939 (electronic book)
1760463930 (electronic book)