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Title: Is a metonymy always a metonymy? A speculation on taxonomical aspects of propositional metonymy and situational metonymy
Authors: Golovko, N. V.
Головко, Н. В.
Keywords: Metonymy;Situational metonymy
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: E D P SCIENCES
Citation: Golovko, N. Is a metonymy always a metonymy? A speculation on taxonomical aspects of propositional metonymy and situational metonymy // INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL CONFERENCE CURRENT ISSUES OF LINGUISTICS AND DIDACTICS: THE INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH IN HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CILDIAH-2019). - 2019. - Серия книг: SHS Web of Conferences. - Том: 69. - Номер статьи: UNSP 00044
Series/Report no.: INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL CONFERENCE CURRENT ISSUES OF LINGUISTICS AND DIDACTICS: THE INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH IN HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CILDIAH-2019)
Abstract: Research efforts in cognitive linguistics are frequently focused on the notion of metaphor, while the notion of metonymy, as well as its taxonomical aspects, is not always thoroughly researched. A study of the most recent research papers in the English language has shown that metonymy is often interpreted in a broad fashion, incorporating several different types of cognitive processes and phenomena, so that a scholar becomes unable to distinguish them from each other and / or is essentially forced to regard them as manifestations of the same phenomenon. A more taxonomically accurate approach is suggested, involving the use of the term "synecdoche" for affinity-related concept shifts and including a review of two subclasses of metonymy that have not yet received a considerable amount of attention - propositional metonymy and situational metonymy
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/13477
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