Cognitive Linguistics

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Goddard, Clifford
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Stanlaw, JM

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2021
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Cognitive linguistics is a broad movement in linguistics whose main unifying ideas are to put meaning (= conceptualization) at the center of language description, and to make language description realistic from a cognitive point of view. This entry outlines the major approaches that are relevant to linguistic anthropology, maps out their differences, samples some exemplary work, and discusses current and future trends.

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The International Encyclopedia of Linguistic Anthropology

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1st

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This is the submitted version of the following book chapter: Goddard, C. (2021). Cognitive Linguistics. In The International Encyclopedia of Linguistic Anthropology (p.1-5), Wiley Blackwell, which has been published in final form in https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118786093.iela0059

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Anthropology

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Goddard, C, Cognitive Linguistics, The International Encyclopedia of Linguistic Anthropology, 2021, 1st, pp. 1-5

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