Sökning: "semantic typology"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 13 avhandlingar innehållade orden semantic typology.
1. Triangulating Perspectives on Lexical Replacement From Predictive Statistical Models to Descriptive Color LinguisticsDetta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis is to investigate lexical replacement processes from several complementary perspectives. It does so through three studies, each with a different scope and time depth. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University
Sammanfattning : Swedish numerals are here treated from different points of view. The book is however not intended to be a textbook of Swedish numerals, though one may learn a great deal about the system herein - more than the general user of the language knows. Phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics all get their fair share of attention. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från Lund University (Media-Tryck)
Sammanfattning : Languages contain thousands of words each and are made up by a seemingly endless collection of sound combinations. Yet a subsection of these show clear signs of corresponding word shapes for the same meanings which is generally known as vocal iconicity and sound symbolism. LÄS MER
- Detta är en avhandling från The Faculties of Humanities and Theology
Sammanfattning : This thesis deals with motion in language and non-linguistic experience, distinguishing between actual motion (AM) and non-actual motion (NAM). AM is the experience of continuous change in an object’s position, expressed in sentences such as 'The man runs through the forest' and 'The woman is walking'. LÄS MER
5. Thoughts in Motion The Role of Long-Term L1 and Short-Term L2 Experience when Talking and Thinking of Caused MotionDetta är en avhandling från Stockholm : Centre for Research on Bilingualism Department of Swedish and Multilingualism, Stockholm University
Sammanfattning : This thesis is about whether language affects thinking. It deals with the linguistic relativity hypothesis, which proposes that the language we speak influences the way we think. This hypothesis is investigated in the domain of caused motion (e.g. LÄS MER