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Language yesterday, today, tomorrow

Author: Lukáš Pieš

Culture and Cognition in Language 3

Date: April 27-28, 2023

Website: www.ur.edu.pl/ccl

The Department of English Studies at the University of Rzeszów has the pleasure of announcing the third edition of the conference Culture and Cognition in Language: CCL 3. The conference is aimed at viewing language as a both cultural and cognitive phenomenon. We would like to invite academics specialising in a variety of linguistic fields, both synchronic and diachronic, and contributions in the following research areas will be especially welcome:
• cognitive linguistics
• cultural linguistics
• semantics
• sociolinguistics
• pragmatics
• psycholinguistics
• contact linguistics
• semiotics
• multimodality
• media studies
• philosophy of language
• rhetoric

More information can be found at: www.ur.edu.pl/ccl

Special Issue 2-2022

Contents

INTRODUCTION


Robert Kiełtyka, Beata Kopecka
SEMANTIC LINKS BETWEEN CONSTITUENTS OF ENGLISH
COMPOUND NOUNS AND PHRASAL NOUNS: PARENT+NOUN VS. PARENTAL+NOUN



Bożena Cetnarowska
DEFENCE OR ATTACK? THE METAPHOR OF WAR IN A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF GERMAN AND POLISH POLITICAL DISCOURSE


Jarochna Dąbrowska-Burkhardt, Anna Hanus
URBAN ONOMASTICS IN GDYNIA: ON THE FUNCTIONS OF STREET DESIGNATIONS IN GDYNIA DURING WORLD WAR II


Andrzej S. Feret, Magdalena Zofia Feret
COGNITIVE MODEL OF METACOMMUNICATION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENGLISH AND UKRAINIAN METADISCOURSE


Yaroslava Gnezdilova
FOCUS PARTICLE INVENTORIES IN POLISH AS COMPARED TO GERMAN


Anna Jaremkiewicz-Kwiatkowska
IN SEARCH OF COGNITIVE MOTIVATION FOR SEMANTIC CHANGE: THE CASE OF WORDS THAT ORIGINATE FROM BODY PARTS


Robert Kiełtyka, Agnieszka Grząśko
INTER-LEXICAL POLYSEMY OF SPATIAL PREFIXES AND PARTICLES IN POLISH AND ENGLISH


Ewa Konieczna
TOWARDS A PRACTICAL CLASSIFICATION OF EXONYMS


Marcin Kudła
VOWEL NASALITY IN AKAN


John Odoom, Kwasi Adomako
YELLOW IN POLISH AND RUSSIAN: ASSOCIATIONS, PROTOTYPICAL REFERENCES, AND VALUATION


Danuta Stanulewicz, Ewa Komorowska
LINGUISTIC CONTRASTS OUT OF CONSCIOUS CONTROL


Konrad Szcześniak
COMMUNICATIVE SILENCE IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE: A CASE STUDY ON AMERICAN AND UKRAINIAN PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES


Inna Zabuzhanska, Tamara Yamchynska

Issue 1-2022

Contents

LIKE A BAD DREAM: NAVIGATING NARRATIVE SPACES OF PANDEMIC-THEMED DREAM REPORTS


Ievgeniia Bondarenko, Valeriia Nikolaienko
METALINGUISTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF BASIC ITALIAN ONOMASTIC TERMINOLOGY: A CORPUS-BASED STUDY


Artur Gałkowski
TOWARDS AN ECO-FRIENDLY FUTURE: A CORPUS-BASED ANALYSIS OF MEDIA DISCOURSE ON “SAUDI GREEN INITIATIVE”


Ansa Hameed, Ismat Jabeen, Naeem Afzal
METAPHORICAL LEXICAL BLENDS RELATED TO BREXIT: COGNITIVE PROCESSES OF MEANING CONSTRUCTION AND DISCURSIVE EFFECTS


Joanna Jabłońska-Hood, Ewelina Prażmo
SYNTHETIC AND ANALYTIC ADJECTIVE NEGATION IN ENGLISH SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL ARTICLES:
A DIACHRONIC PERSPECTIVE



Katrin Menzel, Marie-Pauline Krielke, Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb
STUDYING THE IMAGE-SYMBOL LABYRINTH: A MYSTERY? A POSSIBLE ROUTE? OR A TRIAL?


Svitlana Volkova, Daria Stetsenko
CONSTRUCTION PRAGMATICS: A BRIEF SKETCH


Xu Wen
AUDIOBRANDING IN AMERICAN AND SLOVAK TELECOMMUNICATIONS ADVERTISING: A LINGUISTIC STANDPOINT


Inna Zabuzhanska, Matej Martovič, Marija Hekelj

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