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Language and social minds : the semantics and pragmatics of intersubjectivity / Vittorio Tantucci.

Author/Creator:
Tantucci, Vittorio, author.
Publication:
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2021.
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Subjects:
Semantics -- Psychological aspects.
Intersubjectivity.
Cognitive psychology.
Contents:
Cover
Half-title
Title page
Copyright information
Dedication
Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface
List of Abreviations
Part I
1 The Intersubjective Gradience Model: An Introduction
1.1 Defining Theory of Mind and Intersubjectivity
1.2 Intersubjective Gradience
1.3 From Co-actionality to Social Cognition
1.4 Limitations of Theory of Mind in Cognitive Psychology
1.5 Limitations of Intersubjectivity in Linguistics
1.6 Desiderata for a Gradience Approach to Theory of Mind and Intersubjectivity
1.7 Conclusions
2 Intersubjective Gradience in Use: From Immediate to Extended Construals of Social Cognition
2.1 Co-actionality and Intersubjective Gradience
2.1.1 Polysemy as an Operational Tool of Analysis
2.2 Immediate Intersubjectivity (I-I)
2.2.1 Why Subjectivity Is Not Taken into Account
2.3 Extended Intersubjectivity (E-I)
2.4 Methods and Data
2.4.1 Corpus Data in Pragmatics and Cognitive Linguistics
2.4.2 Corpora Used in This Book
2.4.2.1 The British National Corpus (BNC)
2.4.2.2 The British National Corpus 2014 (BNC2014)
2.4.2.3 The Child Language Data Exchange System (CHILDES)
2.4.2.4 The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA)
2.4.2.5 The Corpus of Historical American English (COHA)
2.4.2.6 The Peking University Corpus of the Center for Chinese Linguistics (PKU-CCL)
2.4.2.7 The Lancaster University Mandarin Corpus (LCMC)
2.4.2.8 The Tager-Flusberg Corpus: ASD
2.5 Conclusions
Part II
3 Social Cognition in a Usage-Based Model of Language Change: From Immediate (I-I) to Extended Intersubjectification (E-I)
3.1 Intersubjectification in World Languages
3.2 An Illustration of the Gradience Model: From I-I to E-I of gànma in Mandarin
3.2.1 Social Cognition as an Inherent Element of E-I Construing
3.3 Common-Sense Assertions: From I-I to E-I of [you don't want X] in American English
3.4 Attention-Getting: From I-I to E-I of Believe It or Not in American English
3.5 Interpersonal Evidentiality: The Case of guo in Mandarin and Balkan-Type Systems
3.5.1 The Extended Intersubjectification of guo
3.5.2 Interpersonal Evidentiality in Context: The Usage of guo in Factual Registers
3.6 Expected Agreement: From I-I to E-I of ba in Mandarin
3.7 Pre-emptive Refusals: E-I of [there is no NP] in British English
3.8 Conclusions
4 The Intersubjective Gradience Model Applied: From Immediate (I-I) to Extended Intersubjectification (E-I) Throughout Ontogeny
4.1 The Gradience Model as a Method in Theory of Mind Research
4.2 Opinion Elicitation and Mirativity of nkàn in Chinese Ontogeny
4.3 Interpersonal Evidentiality throughout Ontogeny: The Case of guo in Mandarin
4.4 E-I and Generic Reference: The Acquisition of Such
4.5 Conclusions
Part III
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Print version: Tantucci, Vittorio. Language and social minds
ISBN:
9781108676441
1108676448
9781108484824
9781108730389
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40030488900
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