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Journal Title: Nouveaux cahiers de linguistique française
Volume/Issue:   30/
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Antoine Auchlin
Présentation
v-x

Tim Rohrer et Mary Jean Vignone
The Bankers Go to Washington: Theory and Method in Conceptual Metaphor Analysis
5-38

Napoleon Katsos et Chris Cummins
Scalar implicature: Theory, processing and acquisition
39-52

Jacques Moeschler
Pourquoi le sens est-il structuré ? Une approche vériconditionnelle de la signification linguistique et du sens pragmatique
53-71

Joanna Blochowiak
Les questions enchâssant les verbes d’attitude dans le contexte d’explications
73-100

Cristina Grisot et Bruno Cartoni
Une description bilingue des temps verbaux : étude contrastive en corpus
101-117

Jacques Moeschler, Cristina Grisot et Bruno Cartoni
Jusqu’où les temps verbaux sont-ils procéduraux?
119-139

Hasmik Jivanian
Relations causales épistémiques: Focalisation de parce que et contrefactualité
141-160

Cosmina-Maria Hodoroaga
Les traits démonstratifs de la citation
161-180

Maíra Avelar Miranda
L'intégration entre gestes et prosodie: une vision incarnée
181-196

Tea Prsir
L'étude du discours représenté dans le cadre de l'intégration expérientielle
197-212

Jean-Philippe Goldman et Yves Scherrer
Création automatique de dictionnaires bilingues d’entités nommées grâce à Wikipédia
213-227
Publisher: Nouveaux Cahiers de Linguistique Française
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Semantics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): English
French
 
LL Issue: 23.3710