Progress in Colour Studies

Volume I. Language and culture

Editors
Carole P. Biggam | University of Glasgow
Christian Kay | University of Glasgow
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Along with its companion volume, this book offers a fascinating glimpse into the current avenues of research into colour, a phenomenon which daily affects all our lives in often surprising ways. The majority of the papers originated in a 2004 conference entitled ‘Progress in Colour Studies’ which was held in the University of Glasgow, U.K. The contributions to this first volume, which is principally linguistic and anthropological in content, and to its companion on the psychological aspects of colour, present either summaries of state-of-the-art colour research in various disciplines, or in-depth accounts of certain aspects of such work. This volume includes approaches such as Natural Semantic Metalanguage, social network analysis, quantitative analysis, type modification, vantage theory, the centrality of social norms of inference, place-names and heraldry. In the process, new insights are offered into the following languages: English, French, Portuguese, Sorbian, Burarra, Cape Breton Gaelic, Tzotzil, and others.

[Not in series, PICS 1] 2006.  xii, 223 pp.
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“Progress in Colour Studies brings together contributions on a broad range of topics, from cognitive and linguistic theories of colour to analyses of usage in medieval and contemporary settings. The volume is particularly valuable for its varied theoretical perspectives and for studies of colour term systems that are undergoing significant change.”
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Biggam, Carole P.
2014. Prehistoric colour semantics. In Colour Studies,  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Fóris, Ágota & Eszter B. Papp
2009. Etalonok a magyar színterminusok meghatározásában. Magyar Terminológia 2:2  pp. 197 ff. DOI logo
Koller, Veronika
2008. `Not just a colour': pink as a gender and sexuality marker in visual communication. Visual Communication 7:4  pp. 395 ff. DOI logo
López-González, G., N. Arana-Daniel, E. Bayro-Corrochano & Eduardo Bayro-Corrochano
2016. Quaternion support vector classifier. Intelligent Data Analysis 20:s1  pp. S109 ff. DOI logo
Ocelák, Radek
2016. “Categorical Perception” and Linguistic Categorization of Color. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 7:1  pp. 55 ff. DOI logo
Swearingen, Andrew
2014. From blood to worms. In Colour Studies,  pp. 79 ff. DOI logo
Uberman, Agnieszka
2023. COLOUR NAMING: SEMANTICS OF THE COLOUR WHITE IN ENGLISH AND POLISH LEXICON. Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow  pp. 147 ff. DOI logo
Wardana, Muhammad Kiki & Mulyadi Mulyadi
2022. How Indonesian sees the colors: Natural semantic metalanguage theory. JOALL (Journal of Applied Linguistics and Literature) 7:2  pp. 378 ff. DOI logo
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2014. Preface. In Colour Studies,  pp. ix ff. DOI logo

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Subjects

Terminology & Lexicography

Lexicography

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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