5 edition of Animacy and Reference found in the catalog.
by John Benjamins Publishing Co
Written in English
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AbstractLinguistic animacy reflects a particular construal of biological distinctions encountered in the world, passed through cultural and cognitive filters. This study explores the process by which our construal of animacy becomes encoded in the grammars of human languages. We ran an iterated learning experiment investigating the effect of animacy on Cited by: 1. Animacy (antonym: inanimacy) is a grammatical and semantic feature, existing in some languages, expressing how sentient or alive the referent of a noun is. Widely expressed, animacy is one of the most elementary principles in languages around the globe, and is a distinction acquired as early as six months of age.
In fact the opposite is largely the case. That is, the way language is used for communication is still one of the most perplexing and challenging issues facing anyone interested in questions of language. In order to approach the issue, it must be addressed through reference, and in particular to how reference is embedded in linguistic by: 2. ‘animacy hierarchy Access to the complete content on Oxford Reference requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content.
Sacred Matter: Animacy and Authority in the Americas examines animism in Pre-Columbian America, focusing on the central roles objects and places played in practices that expressed and sanctified political authority in the Andes, Amazon, and Mesoamerica.. Pre-Columbian peoples staked claims to their authority when they animated matter by giving life to grandiose . Define animacy. animacy synonyms, animacy pronunciation, animacy translation, English dictionary definition of animacy. tr.v. animated, animating, animates 1. To give life to; fill with life: the belief that the soul animates the body. 2. To impart interest or zest.
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Animacy and Reference: A cognitive approach to corpus linguistics (Studies in Language Companion Series) Find all the books, read about the author, and : Mutsumi Yamamoto. The Hardcover of the Animacy and Reference: A Cognitive Approach to Corpus Linguistics by Mutsumi Yamamoto at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 orAuthor: Mutsumi Yamamoto. In Animacy and Reference Mutsumi Yamamoto pursues two main objectives: First, to establish a conceptual framework of animacy, and secondly, to explain how the concept of animacy can be reflected in the use of referential : Animacy and Reference: A Cognitive Approach to Corpus Linguistics.
The concept of 'animacy' concerns the fundamental and cognitive question of the extent to which we recognize and express living things as saliently human-like or animal-like.
Unlike previous studies on the subject focussing on grammatical manifestations, Animacy and Reference sheds light upon the conceptual properties of animacy itself and its reflection in referential processes. For the research of this study the author focussed on languages that show completely different : Mutsumi Yamamoto.
Animacy and reference: a cognitive approach to corpus linguistics. [Mutsumi Yamamoto] -- The concept of Animacy and Reference book concerns the fundamental and cognitive question of the extent to which we recognize and express living things as saliently human-like or animal-like.
Get this from a library. Animacy and reference: a cognitive approach to corpus linguistics. [Mutsumi Yamamoto]. We find that, as predicted by models of animacy proposed Animacy and Reference book Dahl () and Yamamoto (), among others, shifts in reference – specifically from common noun to proper noun to pronoun, and from collective to individuated referents – reflect characters’ shifting conceptualisation of, and empathy with, each other.
In Animacy and Reference Mutsumi Yamamoto pursues two main objectives: First, to establish a conceptual framework of animacy, and secondly, to explain how the concept of animacy can be reflected in the use of referential expressions.
This chapter addresses the role of case and animacy as interacting cues to role-semantic interpretation in grammar and language processing. Animacy is interpreted as a cue to agentivity taken as a multidimensional, generalized semantic : Beatrice Primus.
Animacy and Reference (review) The remaining chapters directly address the role of animacy in the referential expressions of English and Japanese. 3 (73) explores the hierarchy of persons and the role of animacy in number distinctions.
The chapters of this volume scrutinize the interplay of different combinations of case, animacy and semantic roles, thus contributing to our understanding of these notions in a novel way.
The focus of the chapters lies on showing how animacy affects argument marking. Unlike previous studies, these chapters primarily deal with lesser studied phenomena, such as animacy. Y explores animacy in terms of several overlapping parameters: the General Animacy Scale, person hierarchy, individuation scale, semantic (thematic) roles, and politeness (or deference; Y draws no distinction between the two concepts).
Each of these parameters is defined and briefly discussed in the introduction (1–7).Author: Edward J. Vajda. These are the sources and citations used to research Animacy and Memory Lab Report.
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; 23 cm. Series Studies in language companion series v. 46 Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Subject headings Grammar, Comparative and general--Animacy.
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de Swart et al. / Lingua () – Recommended articles Citing articles (0)Cited by: Introduction: Animating Animacy 1 PARt I * WoRds 1. Language and Mattering Humans 23 2. Queer Animation 57 PARt II * AnIMAls 3. Queer Animality 89 4. Animals, Sex, and Transsubstantiation PARt III * MetAls 5.
Lead’s Racial Matters 6. Following Mercurial Affect Afterword: The Spill and the Sea Notes Bibliography Index Art Reference Books for Animators Here are some great books for anyone pursuing animation, or animation style art.
All Votes Add Books To This List. 1: The Animator's Survival Kit: A Manual of Methods, Principles, and Formulas for Classical, Computer, Games. The answer lies in animacy: taking the premise that subjects are animate, the book argues that children can exploit the occurrence of an inanimate subject as a cue to a non-canonical structure, in which that subject is displaced (the book is easy/*eager to read).
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the semantic one relating to sex and animacy and the structural one, i.e. as an inflec- tional.T1 - Measuring the anthropomorphism, animacy, likeability, perceived intelligence, and perceived safety of robots.
AU - Bartneck, Christoph. AU - Kulic, Dana. AU - Croft, Elizabeth. PY - Y1 - N2 - This study emphasizes the need for standardized measurement tools for human robot interaction (HRI).Cited by: When Cars Hit Trucks and Girls Hug Boys: The Effect of Animacy on Word Order in Gestural Language Creation.
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