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Autori: Perak, Benedikt
Naslov: Complementing corpus based analysis of the conceptualization of emotion terms with the GRID method Mapping the componential features of fear, disgust, shame and love on the emergent constructional model in Croatian
Izvornik: The 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC-13) Newcastle, England.Newcastle, Engleska : Northumbria University , 2015. .
Skup: Biennial conference of the International Cognitive Linguistics Association ICLC 13
Mjesto i datum: Newcastle, Engleska, UK, 20-25.07.2015
Ključne riječi: cognitive linguistics; collocations; collostructions; GRID; emotions; fear; disgust; shame; love
A number of methods for research in the linguistic conceptualization of emotions have emerged as a consequence of the componential perspective on emotion. The componential theories assume an emotion to be conceptualized as a multidimensional process consisting of several components such as bodily changes, expressive behavior, action tendencies, appraisal, and feeling state that occur as a response to the specific events in the environment with the aim of quickly preparing the organism for optimal reaction (Scherer 2003 ; Barrett 2011 ; Fontaine, Scherer and Soriano 2013). From the field of Cognitive Semantics, the Conceptual Metaphor and the Conceptual Metonymy theory have promoted studies of the conceptualization of emotions with the focus on the identification and classification of source domains that activate the meaning of emotion words. By analysing the conceptual structure of conventionalized linguistic expressions, researches have laid out the standard methodology for studies of the linguistic construal of emotion words in English (Kövecses 2000) that has been replicated in many other languages. In the last decade, corpus-based methods of analysis have been added to the metaphor research projects (Stefanowitsch and Gries 2006). This methodology essentially entails extracting a number of occurrences of the target lexic al unit from the corpora and identifying source domains with their respective profiles and mappings. Besides being more reliable in qualitative identification and classification of source domains, the corpus-based methodology has proven to be invaluable in producing quantitative data regarding the actual use of specific constructions. The data produced with the analysis of collostructions reflects the distribution of conceptual components and metonymic and metaphoric mechanisms of conceptualization of emotions in the texts. This empirically oriented corpus-based methodology enabled new perspectives in the intra-cultural (diachronic and sociolinguistic) and cross -cultural analysis of conventionalization of constructions and cognitive entrenchment of specific types of conceptualizations. In the process of developing an even more representative comparative methodology for intra -/cross-cultural analysis of distribution of the emotion components, researchers in the Swiss Center for Affective sciences and their co llaborators from various countries developed a tool for identifying the underlying multidimensional structure of the emotions called the GRID instrument (Fontaine, Scherer and Soriano 2013). The GRID instrument consists of a set of emotion feature profiles that theoretically encompass main components of the emotion construct, corresponding in a broader sense to Fillmore’s frames (Fillmore 2002) and Langacker’s domains (Langacker 2008). As opposed to the corpus-based collostructional methodology, where researchers identify the components that construct the semantic value of the target emotion term, this methodology relies on the speaker’s sense of salience of selected emotional features representing their knowledge of the activated components on the response scale of the GRID instrument. This paper will present a comparison of these two methods using the empirical collostructional analysis from the hrWac corpus of the 1000 Mw and experimental data obtained using a GRID instrument methodology on 40 subjects fo r emotion words strah‘fear’, gađenje ‘disgust’, sram ‘shame’ and ljubav ‘love’ in Croatian. The goal is to structurally compare the distribution and occurrence of source domains and frames in the corpora with the saliency of the equivalent components obta ined by the questionnaire. The study will also propose methods to incorporate the data from the GRID instrument in the verification and elaboration of the collostructional analysis within emergent constructional model of the conceptualization of emotion in Croatian (Perak 2014). References: Barrett, L.F. (2011) Constructing Emotion. Psycological Topics. 20: 3, 359-380. Fillmore, Ch. J. (2002)FrameNet and the Linking between Semantic and Syntactic Relations. In COLING 2002, Proceedings.Fontaine, J. R. J., Scherer, K. R. and Soriano, C. (eds) (2013) Components of emotional meaning A sourcebook. Oxford UP. Kövecses, Z. (2000) Metaphor and Emotion.New York: Cambridge. Langacker, R. (2008) Cognitive Grammar. An Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press. Perak, B. (2014) Conceptualization of the lexical concept «strah» 'fear' in Croatian: A syntactic and semantic analysis. Dissertation. University of Zagreb. Scherer, K.R. (2003) Introduction: Cognitive Components of Emotion. In: Davidson. R.J., Scherer, K., Goldsmith, H. (eds.) Handbook of Affective Sciences. New York: Oxford University Press. Stefanowitsch, A. and Gries, S. (ed) (2006) Corpus -based Approaches to Metaphor And Metonymy. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Informacijske i komunikacijske znanosti,Psihologija,Filologija
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Upisao u CROSBI: Benedikt Perak (, 25. Kol. 2015. u 17:36 sati

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