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Defining Metonymy in Cognitive Linguistics: Towards a consensus view
Edited by Réka Benczes, Antonio Barcelona and Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez
[Human Cognitive Processing 28] 2011
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Cited by 8 other publications

Benczes, Réka
2021. Review of Kövecses (2020): Extended Conceptual Metaphor Theory. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 19:1  pp. 266 ff. DOI logo
Catalano, Theresa & John W. Creswell
2013. Understanding the Language of the Occupy Movement. Qualitative Inquiry 19:9  pp. 664 ff. DOI logo
Catalano, Theresa, Jill Fox & Saloshna Vandeyar
2016. Being “in a Limbo”: Perceptions of Immigration, Identity and Adaptation of Immigrant Students in South Africa and the United States. Journal of Language, Identity & Education 15:3  pp. 137 ff. DOI logo
Catalano, Theresa & Linda R. Waugh
2013. The ideologies behind newspaper crime reports of Latinos and Wall Street/CEOs: a critical analysis of metonymy in text and image. Critical Discourse Studies 10:4  pp. 406 ff. DOI logo
Catalano, Theresa & Linda R. Waugh
2016. Representations of power. Journal of Language and Politics 15:6  pp. 790 ff. DOI logo
Fries, Marie-Hélène
2017. Teaching compound nouns in ESP: insights from cognitive semantics. In New developments in ESP teaching and learning research,  pp. 93 ff. DOI logo
Dr Tanweer Ali & O'Mara-Shimek, Michael
2015. A communicative efficiency and effectiveness model for using metaphor and metonymy in financial news reporting. On the Horizon 23:3  pp. 216 ff. DOI logo
Tóth, Máté
2024. A case for metonymic synesthesia. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 22:1  pp. 70 ff. DOI logo

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