Multimodality and Cognitive Linguistics

Special issue of Review of Cognitive Linguistics 11:2 (2013)

Editor
María Jesús Pinar Sanz | University of Castilla-La Mancha
[Review of Cognitive Linguistics, 11:2] 2013.  vi, 206 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Multimodality and Cognitive Linguistics: Introduction to the Special Volume
María Jesús Pinar Sanz
227–235
Cross-modal resonances in creative multimodal metaphors: Breaking out of conceptual prisons
Elisabeth El Refaie
236–249
Metaphor and symbol: SEARCHING FOR ONE’S IDENTITY IS LOOKING FOR A HOME in animation film
Charles Forceville
250–268
Woven emotions: Visual representations of emotions in medieval English textiles
Javier E. Díaz-Vera
269–284
Approaching the utopia of a global brand: The relevance of image schemas as multimodal resources for the branding industry
Lorena Pérez-Hernández
285–302
Multimodal metaphors in political entertainment
Diana Elena Popa
303–319
The visual representation of metaphor: A social semiotic approach
Dezheng Feng and Kay L. O’Halloran
320–335
Visual metonymy in children’s picture books
Aresenio Jesús Moya-Guijarro
336–352
The establishment of interpretative expectations in film
John A. Bateman and Chiaoi Tseng
353–368
Multimodal digital storytelling: Integrating information, emotion and social cognition
Isabel Alonso, Silvia Molina Plaza and Maria Dolores Porto
369–387
Intermedial cognitive semiotics: Some examples of multimodal cueing in virtual environments
Asunción López-Varela
388–401
Multimodality in Conversational Humor
Salvatore Attardo, Lucy Pickering, Fofo Lomotey and Shigehito Menjo
402–416
Image schemas and mimetic schemas in cognitive linguistics and gesture studies
Alan Cienki
417–432
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