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TOC: Review of Cognitive Linguistics 19 / 2 (2021)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 11-Nov-2021
From: Karin Plijnaar <>
Subject: Review of Cognitive Linguistics Vol. 19, No. 2 (2021)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Review of Cognitive Linguistics
Volume Number: 19
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2021

Main Text:

2021. iv, 329 pp.

Table of Contents


Metaphoric chains: Single-ground versus double-ground chains
Sakineh Navidi-Baghi, Ali Izanloo, Alireza Qaeminia, and Alireza Azad
pp. 273–298

Interpretations based on delayed-domain (dis)appearance in printed advertising: Expanding the analytical framework
Javier Herrero-Ruiz
pp. 299–331

Roles of verb and construction cues: Cross-language comparisons between English and Korean sentence comprehension
Gyu-Ho Shin and Hyunwoo Kim
pp. 332–362

Potentials for grammaticalization: Sensitivity to position and event type
Fuyin Thomas Li and Na Liu
pp. 363–402

Semantic network of the German preposition hinter
Franka Kermer
pp. 403–428

Language evolution from a cognitive-grammar perspective: The rise of the Arabic clause
Reyadh Aldokhayel
pp. 429–464

Grammatical metonymy and construal operations: On certain metonymic constructions with singular and plural uses of nouns (on the basis of Polish language material)
Monika Szymańska
pp. 465–481

Red-hot faces and burnt hearts: Anger is heat metaphor from Amharic and Changana perspective
Sérgio N. Menete and Guiying Jiang
pp. 482–516

Translating narrative style: How do translation students and professional translators deal with Manner and boundary-crossing?
Teresa Molés-Cases and Paula Cifuentes-Férez
pp. 517–547

Living in turbulent times: The embodied effect of physical instability on opinions about the COVID-19 pandemic
Heng Li
pp. 548–562

Cultural conceptualisations of loong (龙) in Chinese idioms
Xu Wen and Chuanhong Chen
pp. 563–589

Book Reviews:

I. Ibarretxe-Antuñano, T. Cadierno, & A. Castañeda Castro. Lingüística cognitiva y español LE/L2
Reviewed by Sara Vilar-Lluch
pp. 590–595

D. Divjak. Frequency in language: Memory, attention and learning
Reviewed by Tsy Yih
pp. 596–601

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
                            Linguistic Theories

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