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Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing
Edited by Klaus-Uwe Panther and Linda L. Thornburg
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 113] 2003
► pp. 127147
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Baicchi, Annalisa
2007. Review of Günter, Köpcke, Berg & Siemund (2007): Aspects of Meaning Construction. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 5  pp. 307 ff. DOI logo
Baicchi, Annalisa
2015. Conceptual metaphor in the complex dynamics of illocutionary meaning. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 13:1  pp. 106 ff. DOI logo
Bierwiaczonek, Bogusław
2018. Chapter 7. How metonymy motivates constructions. In Conceptual Metonymy [Human Cognitive Processing, 60],  pp. 185 ff. DOI logo
Brdar, Mario, Rita Brdar-Szabó & Tanja Gradečak
2022.  Rosie the Riveter of the COVID time. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 20:1  pp. 258 ff. DOI logo
D'Hertefelt, Sarah
Del Campo Martínez, Nuria
2011. A LEXICAL CONSTRUCTIONAL APPROACH TO ILLOCUTIONARY CONSTRUCTIONS: THE CASE OF REQUESTS. Revista de Lingüística y Lenguas Aplicadas 0:6 DOI logo
DESAGULIER, GUILLAUME & PHILIPPE MONNERET
2023. Cognitive Linguistics and a Usage‐Based Approach to the Study of Semantics and Pragmatics. In The Handbook of Usage‐Based Linguistics,  pp. 31 ff. DOI logo
Ding, Fangfang
2015. Rethinking the Cognitive Study of Metonymy. Theory and Practice in Language Studies 5:9  pp. 1836 ff. DOI logo
Ivanová, Martina
2018. Pragmatický Marker Fair Enough A Jeho Prekladové Ekvivalenty V Anglicko­Slovenskom Paralelnom Korpuse. Journal of Linguistics/Jazykovedný casopis 69:3  pp. 395 ff. DOI logo
Kaltenböck, Gunther & Evelien Keizer
2022. Insubordinateif-clauses in FDG: Degrees of independence. Open Linguistics 8:1  pp. 675 ff. DOI logo
KONNO, HIROAKI
2004. THE IF YOU BE CONSTRUCTION AS A SPEECH ACT CONSTRUCTION. ENGLISH LINGUISTICS 21:1  pp. 34 ff. DOI logo
Matusz, Łukasz
2020. I will see it done: Metonymic extensions of the verb see in English. Crossroads. A Journal of English Studies :31(4)  pp. 88 ff. DOI logo
Panther, Klaus-Uwe & Linda L. Thornburg
2017. Chapter 1. Exploitingwh-questions for expressive purposes. In Studies in Figurative Thought and Language [Human Cognitive Processing, 56],  pp. 18 ff. DOI logo
Panther, Klaus-Uwe & Linda L. Thornburg
2018. Chapter 5. What kind of reasoning mode is metonymy?. In Conceptual Metonymy [Human Cognitive Processing, 60],  pp. 121 ff. DOI logo
Panther, Klaus-Uwe & Linda L. Thornburg
2019. Chapter 7. Figurative reasoning in hedged performatives. In Metaphor and Metonymy in the Digital Age [Metaphor in Language, Cognition, and Communication, 8],  pp. 175 ff. DOI logo
Pérez Hernández, Lorena
2013. Illocutionary constructions: (multiple source)-in-target metonymies, illocutionary ICMs, and specification links. Language & Communication 33:2  pp. 128 ff. DOI logo
Rasulic, Katarina
2017. Chapter 8. Shakespeare on the shelf, Blue Helmets on the move. In Studies in Figurative Thought and Language [Human Cognitive Processing, 56],  pp. 200 ff. DOI logo
Rasulić, Katarina
TAKIMOTO, MASAHIRO
2021. A comparative study of animation versus static effects in the spatial concept-based metaphor awareness-raising approach on EFL learners’ cognitive processing of request strategies. Language and Cognition 13:2  pp. 191 ff. DOI logo
Tóth, Máté
2024. A case for metonymic synesthesia. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 22:1  pp. 70 ff. DOI logo
Van Olmen, Daniël & Simone Heinold
Zhou, Siruo, Dan Xiong, Tongquan Zhou & Ping Pang
2023. On the Novel Chinese Modifier-Head Construction Shejian Shang de X : An Analysis of Meaning Construction. Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics 46:3  pp. 438 ff. DOI logo

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