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Books

Glynn, D. & Fischer, K. 2010. Corpus-Driven Cognitive Semantics. Quantitaive approaches. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (Link)

Glynn, D. & Robinson, J. 2014. Corpus methods in Cognitive Semantics. Studies in synonymy and polysemy. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Link)

Glynn, D. & Sj÷lin, M. 2015. Subjectivity and Epistemicity. Stance strategies in corpus, discourse and narration. Lund University Press. (PDF download)

Glynn, D. Forthcoming. Mapping Meaning. Corpus methods methods for Cognitive Semantics. Cambrdidge: Cambridge University Press.

Glynn, D. & Krawczak, K. Forthcoming. Modality and Intersubjectivity. Usage-based studies in epistemic structuring. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

 

 

Selected Papers

Forthcoming

Social cognition, Cognitive Grammar and corpora. A multifactorial approach to subjectification.

The meaning of time. Polysemy, usage and conceptual structure.

A usage-based method for polysemy networks. The case of over.

 

2016

Construing asylum. A quantiative critical discourse study in parlimentary debates. Linguistica Silesiana 37. (with A. Berracheche)

Operationalising construal. Of / about prepositional profiling for cognition and communication predicates. Construals in Language and Thought: What shapes what? C. M. Bretones Callejas et al. (ed.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (with K. Krawczak)
 

2015

Operationalizing mirativity. A usage-based quantitative study of constructional construal in English. Review of Cognitive Linguistics. 13: 353-382 (with K. Krawczak)
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The socio-cultural conceptualisation of FEMININTY. Corpus evidence for Cognitive Models. J. Badio & K. Kosecki (eds.), Empirical Methods Language Studies, 97-117. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang.
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Semasiology and Onomasiology. Empirical questions between meaning, naming and context. J. Daems, E. Zenner, K. Heylen, D. Speelman, & H. Cuyckens (eds.), Change of Paradigms. New Paradoxes: Recontextualizing Language and Linguistics. 47-79. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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2014

Conceptualisation of HOME in popular Anglo-American texts. A multifactorial diachronic analysis. J. Enrique Diaz (ed.), Diachronic Studies in Conceptual Metaphor, 265–294. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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The social nature of ANGER. Multivariate corpus evidence for context effects upon conceptual structure. I. Novakova, P. Blumenthal and D. Siepmann (eds.), Emotions in Discourse, 69–82. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
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Quality and quantity. Object and Method in the study of subjectivity and epistemic stance. D. Glynn, & M. Sj÷lin, Subjectivity and Epistemicity. Stance strategies in corpus, discourse and narration. Lund University Press.
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Subjectivity and epistemicity. An annotated bibliography. D. Glynn, D. & M. Sj÷lin, Subjectivity and Epistemicity. Stance strategies in corpus, discourse and narration. Lund University Press.
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2013

Cognitive socio-semantics. The theoretical and analytical role of context in meaning. Review of Cognitive Linguistics.
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ANXIETY between mind and society: a corpus-driven cross-cultural study of conceptual metaphors. Explorations in English Language and Linguistics 1: 107-130. (with H. Nordmark)
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2012

The many uses of run. Corpus-based methods and socio-cognitive semantics. D. Glynn & J. Robinson (eds.), Corpus Methods in Cognitive Semantics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Correspondence analysis. An exploratory technique for identifying usage patterns. D. Glynn & J. Robinson (eds.), Corpus Methods in Cognitive Semantics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Techniques and tools. Corpus methods and statistics for semantics. D. Glynn & J. Robinson (eds.), Corpus Methods in Cognitive Semantics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Polysemy and Synonymy. Corpus method and cognitive theory. D. Glynn & J. Robinson (eds.), Corpus Methods in Cognitive Semantics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Statistics in R: First steps. D. Glynn & J. Robinson (eds.), Corpus Methods in Cognitive Semantics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins (with J. Van de Weijer).
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2011

Context and cognition. A corpus-driven approach to parenthetical uses of mental predicates. K. Kosecki & J. Badio (eds.), Cognitive Processes in Language, 87-99. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang (with K. Krawczak).

Cognitive Linguistic methods for literature. A usage-based approach to metanarrative and metalepsis. A. Kwiatkowska (ed.), Texts and Minds. Papers in Cognitive Poetics and rhetoric. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang (with M. Sj÷lin).

Corpus-driven Cognitive Linguistics. A case study in polysemy. Seria Filogia 51: 67-93.
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The American concept of HOME. A multifactorial corpus-driven study. Interstudia 10: 65-87 (with J. Sten) .

2010

Cognitive Corpus Linguistics: Five points of debate on current theory and methodology. Corpora 5 (A. Arppe, A., G. Gilquin, M. Hilpert & A. Zeschel)
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Testing the Hypothesis. Objectivity and Verification in Usage-Based Cognitive Semantics. D. Glynn & K. Fischer (eds.), Quantitative Methods in Cognitive Semantics. Corpus-driven approaches. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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Corpus-Driven Cognitive Semantics. An introduction to the field. D. Glynn & K. Fischer (eds.), Quantitative Methods in Cognitive Semantics. Corpus-driven approaches. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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2009

Polysemy, Syntax, and Variation. A usage-based method for Cognitive Semantics. V. Evans & S. Pourcel (eds.), New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Synonymy, Lexical Fields, and Grammatical Constructions. Developing usage-based methodology for Cognitive Semantics. H.J. Schmid & S. Handl (eds.), Cognitive Foundations of Linguistic Usage Patterns. Empirical studies. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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2008

Arbitrary Structure, Cognitive Grammar, and the partes orationis. A Study in Polish Paradigms. K. Willemxs & L. De Cuypere (eds.), Naturalness and Iconicity in Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Rain and Snow in West Germanic. A test case for cognitive grammar. J.-R. Lapaire, G. Desagulier & J.-B. Guignard (eds.), From Gram to Mind: Grammar as Cognition. Pessac: Presses Universitaires de Bordeaux.

2007

Conceptual Metonymy - A study in cognitive models, reference-points, and domain boundaries. Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 42: 85-102.

Concept Delimitation and Pragmatic Implicature. Issues for the study of metonymy. K. Kosecki (ed.). Perspectives on Metonymy. 157-174. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
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2002 - 2006

Iconicity and the Grammar - Lexis Interface. O. Fischer, J. Ljungberg & E. Tabakowska (eds.), Iconicity in Language and Literature. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Cognitive Constructs. Perceptual processing and conceptual categories between mind, language, and culture. A. da Silva, A. Torres, & M. Gonšalves (eds). Language, Culture, and Cognition. Studies in Cognitive Linguistics. Coimbra: Almedina.

Perception, Lexical Class, and Lexical Variation. Limitations for Cognitive Grammar in the study of lexis. Anglophonia 16: 135-150.

Constructions at the Crossroads. The Place of construction grammar between field and frame. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 2: 197-233.
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Love and Anger. The grammatical structure of conceptual metaphors. Cognitive Approaches to Metaphor. Style 36: 541-559.
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