Cognitive Linguistics and Humor Research
Ed. by Brône, Geert / Feyaerts, Kurt / Veale, Tony
Aims and Scope
To what extent can Cognitive Linguistics benefit from the systematic study of a creative phenomenon like humor? Although the authors in this volume approach this question from different perspectives, they share the profound belief that humorous data may provide a unique insight into the complex interplay of quantitative and qualitative aspects of meaning construction.
- v, 248 pages
- DE GRUYTER MOUTON
- Type of Publication:
- Cognitive Linguistics; Humor Research; Meaning Constructions