Author: 国立国会図書館 (Japan)
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from the Author: 国立国会図書館 (Japan).

Metaphor In Cognitive Linguistics

Author: Raymond W. Gibbs
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 902723681X
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Metaphor In Cognitive Linguistics from the Author: Raymond W. Gibbs. This book contains a selection of refereed and revised papers originally presented at the 5th ICLC. After an introduction by the editors, the book opens with a long-needed chapter on historical precedents for the Cognitive Linguistic theory of metaphor. Two chapters demonstrate the method of lexical analysis of linguistic metaphors and how it can be fruitfully applied to a characterization of the conceptual domains of smell and economics. Three chapters deal with theoretical aspects of conceptual metaphor, one of which is a commissioned chapter on the relation between conceptual metaphor theory and conceptual blending. Finally there are five chapters presenting novel theoretical issues and empirical findings about the relation between conceptual metaphor and culture. This book is hence a wide-ranging sample of current approaches to metaphor in Cognitive Linguistics, with some chapters breaking new grounds for future research.

Sixth World Congress On Seafood Safety Quality And Trade

Author: D. James
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org
ISBN: 9789251058084
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Sixth World Congress On Seafood Safety Quality And Trade from the Author: D. James. Fish and fish products are among the most traded food commodities: close to 40 percent by volume ends up in international markets. Yet around three-quarters of fish exports finish up in just three markets: the European Union, Japan and the United States of America. China is an increasingly important player both as an exporter and an importer. Consumers expect that the fish they have access to will be safe and of acceptable quality, regardless of where they are produced or ultimately consumed. This has given rise to issues regarding fish quality and safety, international trade, risk analysis and harmonization of standards. These and other issues are addressed in this document. Series: FAO Fisheries Proceedings