Quantitative Methods in Cognitive Semantics: Corpus-Driven Approaches
Ed. by Glynn, Dylan / Fischer, Kerstin
Series:Cognitive Linguistics Research [CLR] 46
Aims and Scope
In line with the increasing use of empirical methods in Cognitive Linguistics, the current volume explores the uses of quantitative, in particular corpus-driven, techniques for the study of meaning. It shows how these techniques contribute to the core theoretical issues of Cognitive Semantics as well as how they inform semantic analysis. The research presented in the volume constitutes an important step towards an Empirical Cognitive Semantics.
- vi, 395 pages
- DE GRUYTER MOUTON
- Type of Publication:
- Cognitive Linguistics; Semantics
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"Overall, this volume is an important contribution to the development of empirical Cognitive Semantics. This collection of high-quality papers provides the reader with an insight into the most important empirical approaches in corpus-driven semantic research."
Natalia Levshina in: Linguist List 20.3011