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Published by J. Benjamins Publishing in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Discourse analysis -- Psychological aspects,
  • Social interaction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Todd Oakley, Anders Hougaard.
    SeriesPragmatics & beyond -- new ser. v. 170, Pragmatics & beyond -- new ser., 170.
    ContributionsOakley, Todd, 1966-, Hougaard, Anders.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP302.8 .M47 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 262 p. :
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19864634M
    ISBN 109027254141
    ISBN 109789027254146
    LC Control Number2007041026

    How do people engage in and competently manage discourse and interaction with others? Whether in informal, everyday conversations or professional dialogues, people do. things while they are speaking or writing.. Focusing on the fundamental interactional, social, political and cultural functions of text and talk, this comprehensive volume shows that discourse is not merely form and meaning but. Offering an interdisciplinary approach, The Handbook of Classroom Discourse and Interaction presents a series of contributions written by educators and applied linguists that explores the latest research methodologies and theories related to classroom language. • Organized to facilitate a critical understanding of how and why various research traditions differ and how they overlap.

    Author’s copy. Chad Nilep’s review of Paul Chilton () Analyzing Political Discourse appeared in the Journal of Pragmatics 36 () – Please see the Journal of Pragmatics for the full, formatted review. Book review: Paul Chilton, Analysing Political Discourse: Theory and Practice, Routledge, (£, xiv + pp., ISBN ). Bringing together recent international research in the field of hospital communication and interaction, the contributors to this book contextualize clinical professional work by focussing on the rising intensity of information and communication practices in organizations generally, and in health care in particular.

    Definition. Kantian philosophy regards time and space as the two fundamental categories that structure human experience. Narrative is widely recognized as the discourse of human experience (Fludernik ); yet most definitions, by characterizing stories as the representation of a sequence of events, foreground time at the expense of , however, are changes of state that affect.   The other is to provide other researchers who work with discourse and/or interaction and who take an interest in cognitive issues with a palette of different ways in which blending theorists have made discourse and interaction an object of inquiry'' (p. 2).


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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The cognitive theory of mental spaces and conceptual integration (MSCI) is a twenty-year-old, cross-disciplinary enterprise that presently unfolds in academic circles on many levels of reflection and research.

One important area of inquiry where MSCI can be of immediate use is in the pragmatics of written and spoken discourse and interaction. Mental spaces and discourse analysis / Anders Hougaard and Todd Oakley --Connecting the dots: mental spaces and metaphoric language in discouse / Todd Oakley and Seana Coulson --The text and the story: levels of blending in fictional narratives / Barbara Dancygier --Fictive interaction Mental spaces in discourse and interaction book in everyday life and courtroom settings / Esther.

[Extract] Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction, edited by Todd Oakley and Anders Hougaard, presents different ways of applying mental spaces theory (Fauconnier,) and conceptual integration theory (Fauconnier and Turner, ) to discourse analysis.

According to the editors, the volume has two purposes: "one is to stimulate discussions within mental spaces and conceptual Cited by: 3.

Book review Mental spaces in discourse and interaction Todd Oakley, Anders Hougaard (Eds.), John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia,pages Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction, edited by Todd Oakley and Anders Hougaard, presents different ways of applying mental spaces theory (Fauconnier,) and conceptual integration theory (Fauconnier and Turner, ) to discourse Author: Angeliki Alvanoudi.

in Discourse and Interaction Edited by Todd Oakley Case Western Reserve University Anders Hougaard 1 Anders Hougaard and Todd Oakley CHAPTER 1 Connecting the.

Introduction to Mental Spaces In Discourse and Interaction. The cognitive theory of mental spaces and conceptual integration (MSCI) is a cross-disciplinary enterprise that unfolds in academic circles on various levels of reflection and research.

This collection of seven chapters and three commentaries aims at evaluating and developing MSCI as a theory of meaning construction in discourse and interaction.

Book review Mental spaces in discourse and interaction: Todd Oakley, Anders Hougaard (Eds.), John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia,Author: Angeliki Alvanoudi. In book: Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction, pp A thick description of one such instance takes its place among other attempts to develop and refine mental spaces theories of.

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Books. Forthcoming titles; New in paperback; New titles by subject; July ; June ; May ; Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction. Edited by Todd Oakley and Anders Hougaard [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series ] pp. 1 – Introduction: Mental Spaces and Discourse Analysis.

Anders Hougaard. Todd Oakley. Published online. Mental spaces are very partial assemblies constructed as we think and talk for purposes of local understanding and action. It has been hypothesized that at the neural level, mental spaces are sets of activated neuronal assemblies and that the connections between elements correspond to coactivation-bindings.

On this view, mental spaces operate in working memory but are built up partly. Get this from a library. Mental spaces in discourse and interaction. [Todd Oakley; Anders Hougaard;] -- The cognitive theory of mental spaces and conceptual integration (MSCI) is a twenty-year-old, cross-disciplinary enterprise that presently unfolds in academic circles on many levels of reflection and.

vi Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction CHAPTER 8 Looking at analyses of mental spaces and blending / Looking at and experiencing discourse in interaction Alan Cienki CHAPTER 9 "Mental spaces" and "blending" in discourse and interaction: A response Gitte R.

Hougaard CHAPTER 10 Reflections on blends and discourse Paul Chilton. Using a broad range of attested English conditional constructions, the book examines inter-constructional relationships. Within the framework of Mental Spaces Theory, shared parameters of meaning are shown to be relevant to conditional constructions generally, as well as related temporal and causal constructions.

Keywords: Mental space theory, Conceptual blending, Misunderstanding (MIS), Cognitive causes 1. Literature review on the studies of mental space theory and misunderstanding Mental space theory was initiated by Gilles Fauconnier in with the publication of his book Mental Spaces: Aspects of Meaning Construction in Natural Language.

Course title: Mental Spaces and Blending in Language for Specific Purposes Instructor: Esther Pascual Course level: PhD, intermediate Course description Language –in discourse and interaction- is treated in terms of dynamic contextualized conceptualisation. The mental configurations that situated language use prompts in the.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Chilton, Paul () Reflections on blends and discourse. In: Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction.

Pragmatics & Beyond New Series (). John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. Full text not available from this repository. How do people engage in and competently manage discourse and interaction with others? Whether in informal, everyday conversations or professional dialogues, people do things while they are speaking or writing.

Focusing on the fundamental interactional, social, political and cultural functions of text and talk, this comprehensive volume shows that discourse is not merely form and meaning but.This theoretical paper attempts to overcome this challenge by integrating Langacker’s current-discourse-space model with Barsalou’s dynamic model of situated conceptualization.

With reference to these frameworks, the paper sketches a grounded socio-cognitive model of meaning construction in context that combines the situated interactional.The book is organized into two parts: the first focuses on approaches to discourse interpretation, while the second comprises essays by linguists conducting research in the fields of pragmatics, discourse analysis and stylistics who investigate various aspects of meaning interpretation in different genres and types of discourse.