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Name: Kim  Ebensgaard  Jensen
Institution: Aalborg University
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Homepage: http://personprofil.aau.dk/118255?lang=en
State and/or Country: Denmark   
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Pragmatics
Semantics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Ling & Literature
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): Danish
English
Selected Publications: Jensen, K. E., & Shibuya, Y. (2015). Usage, structure, and substance in the English ditransitive construction. Paper presented at Substance and Structure in Linguistics, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Jensen, K. E. (2015). Inferring cultural models from corpus data: Force-dynamic cultural models reflected in the discursive behavior of a scalar adjectival construction . Globe: A Journal of Language, Culture and Communication, 1, 126-151.

Jensen, K. E. (2015). Beware the beast in black: The cognitive poetics of terror in 'Night Crawler'. Philologie im Netz, 71, 24-61.

Jensen, K. E. (2014). Linguistics and the digital humanities: (Computational) corpus linguistics. MedieKultur, 30(57), 117-136.

Jensen, K. E., & Shibuya, Y. (2014). Constructions in Wonderland: Exploring the functionality of constructions through N-grams. Paper presented at Sprogets Funktionalitet, Aalborg, Denmark

Jensen, K. E. (2014). Force-dynamic cultural models in a scalar adjectival construction. Presented at 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Lancaster University, 29-31/7-2014.

Jensen, K. E. (2014). Representations of intercourse in American literature: Gender, patiency and ''fuck'' as a transitive verb. Academic Quarter, 8, 119-130.

Jensen, K. E. (2014). 'Too female to be ruthless' and 'too pregnant to argue': Semantic conflict and resolution in the [too ADJ to V]-construction. Suvremena Lingvistika, 40(77): 1-26.

Jensen, K. E. (2014). This construction is too hot to handle: A corpus study of an adjectival construction. In Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association. (pp. 740-748). Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association.

Jensen, K. E. (2014). Performance and competence in usage-based construction grammar. In L. Dam, & R. Cancino (eds.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Linguistic Competences (pp. 157-188). Aalborg Universitetsforlag.

Jensen, K. E. (2014). The semantics-pragmatics interplay in a partonomic construction: Construals, lexical relations, pragmatic points and ‘the construction itself’. Rask, 41, 1-36.

Jensen, K. E. (2013). Semantic coherence in English accusative-with-bare-infinitive constructions. RASK, 38, 161-176.

Jensen, K. E. (2012). Chapter 5: Construal Operations of the English Progressive Construction. In Fuyin Li, T. (Ed.), Compendium of Cognitive Linguistics Research (pp. 117-142). New York: Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated.

Jensen, K. E. (2012). Fatal attraction: Inheritance and collostruction in the ihjel-construction. Skandinaviske sprogstudier, 3(2), 1-30

Jensen, K. E. (2011). Construal operations of the English progressive construction. International Journal of Cognitive Linguistics, 1(2), 117-141

Jensen, K. E. (2011). Contextualizing linguistic knowledge Language and humor. In Jæger, K., Dam, L., & Rancino, R. (eds.), Policies, Principles, Practices (pp. 45-66). Cambridge Scholars Press.

Jensen, K. E. (2011). A comparison of two pedagogical systems of sentence analysis. In Jæger, K., Rancino, R., & Dam, L. (eds.), Policies, Principles, Practices (pp. 67-92). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Jensen, K. E. (2006). A family of body-based aspect constructions in Danish. In Proceedings on the Fourth International Conference on Construction Grammar (pp. 101-102). University of Tokyo Press.
Courses Taught: English Grammar
Oral Communication Skills
Discourse & Framing
Discourse, Society & Cognition
Discourse Analysis
Basics of Translation
Text Revision and Translation
Translation Theory
Cognitive Linguistics
Language and Humor
Pragmatics
Text and Context
English Linguistics
English Phonetics
The Language of Poetry
Stylistics
Dissertation Abstract: A Construction-based Study of English Predicators
Reviewer of: Illocutionary constructions in English: Cognitive motivation and linguistic realization (LL Issue 25.2425)
Cognitive Sociolinguistics (LL Issue 26.1176)
Essentials of Cognitive Grammar (LL Issue 24.2533)
The Routledge Handbook of Stylistics (LL Issue 25.5022)
English Corpus Linguistics (LL Issue 25.341)
Academic Paper Abstract: The semantics-pragmatics interplay in a partonomic construction: Construals, lexical relations, pragmatic points and ‘the construction itself’
Contextualizing Linguistic Knowledge Language and Humor
A Comparison of Two Pedagogical Systems of Sentence Analysis
Grammatical Construction Theory and the Recontextualization of Grammar
What the band didn't know: Semantic looping of slurs in a linguistic perspective
Fatal Attraction: Inheritance and collostruction in the ihjel-construction
Mikroforandringer i to engelske aspektkonstruktioner og visualisering deraf: Hilpert-metoden
Force-dynamic cultural models in a scalar adjectival construction
Identity's Identities: An empirical study of the distributional effects of polysemy
'Too female to be ruthless' and 'too pregnant to argue': Semantic conflict and resolution in the [too ADJ to V]-construction
Semantic Coherence in English Accusative-with-bare-infinitive Constructions
This construction is too hot to handle: A corpus study of an adjectival construction
Construal Operations of the English Progressive Construction
The Performance-competence Interplay in the V until ADJ-Construction
Representations of intercourse in American literature: Gender, patiency, and 'fuck' as a transitive verb
Linguistics and the digital humanities: (Computational) corpus linguistics
Constructions in Wonderland: Exploring the functionality of constructions through N-grams
Beware the beast in black: The cognitive poetics of terror in 'Night Crawler'
Inferring cultural models from corpus data: Force-dynamic cultural models reflected in the discursive behavior of a scalar adjectival construction



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