Cognitive Domains and Prototypes in Constructions

Cognitive Domains and Prototypes in Constructions

HaruhikoMurao[著]

価格
4,200円+税
ISBN
978-4-87424-439-5 C3080
発売日
2009/3/5
判型
A5
ページ数
240頁
ジャンル
言語学 ― 認知言語学専門
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【目次】Cognitive Domains and Prototypes in V-te iru Construction/Cognitively-Based Account of the Production of V-te iru Construction/Previous Studies of Resultative C・・・(全文を読む)onstruction/ほか

関連情報

目次
◇PART I VERBAL SEMANTICS AND CONSTRUCTIONS

■Chapter 1 Introduction
 1.1. Aim and the Scope of the Book
 1.2. Overview of the Book

■Chapter 2 Shortcomings of Previous Studies
 2.1. Introduction
 2.2. The Aspectual Approach to Verb Semantics
 2.3. The Unaccusative Hypothesis
 2.4. Gradience Approach (Sorace (2000, 2004))
 2.5. Murao (1999, 2001, 2003)
 2.6. Summary

■Chapter 3 Theoretical Framework
 3.1. Introduction
 3.2. Cognitive Grammar
 3.3. Radical Construction Grammar
 3.4. Integrated Model of CG and Semantic Map

◇PART II CASE STUDY 1: JAPANESE V-TE IRU CONSTRUCTION

■Chapter 4 Cognitive Domains and Prototypes in V-te iru Construction
 4.1. Introduction
 4.2. The Semantic Map and V-te iru Construction
 4.3. Summary

■Chapter 5 Cognitively-Based Account of the Production of V-te iru Construction
 5.1. Introduction
 5.2. Schema of Te iru and Subjectification
 5.3. Verb Classes and the Meanings of V-te iru Construction
 5.4. Summary

◇PART III CASE STUDY 2: RESULTATIVE CONSTRUCTION

■Chapter 6 Previous Studies of Resultative Construction
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Levin and Rappaport Hovav (1995)
6.3. Kageyama (1996, 2001), Washio (1997)
6.4. Takami and Kuno (2002)
6.5. Goldberg (1995)
6.6. Summary

■Chapter 7 Cognitive Domains and Prototypes in Resultative Construction
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Cognitive Domains of Resultative Construction in English
7.3. Cognitive Domains and Resultative Constructions in Japanese and English
7.4. Resultatives with a Creation Verb in Japanese and English
7.5. Summary

■Chapter 8 Conclusion
著者紹介
Haruhiko Murao (Ph.D., Kyushu University) is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Japan. His current research interests include cognitive linguistics and linguistic typology.