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Journal Title: Review of Cognitive Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   11/2
Issue Title: Multimodality and Cognitive Linguistics
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. vi, 206 pp.

Table of Contents

Multimodality and Cognitive Linguistics: Introduction to the Special Volume
Maria Jesus Pinar Sanz
227-235

Cross-modal resonances in creative multimodel metaphors: Breaking out of conceptual prisons
Elisabeth El Refaie
236-249

Metaphor and symbol: Searching For One's Identity Is Looking For A Home in animation film
Charles Forceville
250-268

Woven emotions: Visual representations of emotions in medieval English textiles
Javier E. Díaz Vera
269 – 284

Approaching the utopia of a global brand: The relevance of image schemas as multimodal resources for the branding industry
Lorena Pérez Hernández
285 – 302

Multimodal metaphors in political entertainment
Diana E. Popa
303 – 319

The visual representation of metaphor: A social semiotic approach
Dezheng Feng and Kay L. O’Halloran
320 – 335

Visual metonymy in children’s picture books
A. Jesús Moya Guijarro
336 – 352

The establishment of interpretative expectations in film
John A. Bateman and Chiaoi Tseng
353 – 368

Multimodal digital storytelling: Integrating information, emotion and social cognition
Isabel Alonso, Silvia Molina and Maria Dolores Porto Requejo
369 – 387

Intermedial cognitive semiotics: Some examples of multimodal cueing in virtual environments
Asunción López-Varela
388 – 401

Multimodality in Conversational Humor
Salvatore Attardo, Lucy Pickering, Fofo Lomotey and Shigehito Menjo
402 – 416

Image schemas and mimetic schemas in cognitive linguistics and gesture studies
Alan Cienki
417 – 432
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Semantics
Sociolinguistics
Writing Systems
Ling & Literature
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): English, Old
 
LL Issue: 24.4928