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Social Psychological Mechanisms of Acquiring Sociocultural Experience: The Hermeneutic Aspect

Larysa Zahrai
2017 Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University  
The interpretative mechanisms (semiotization, narrativization) make it possible to explain the formation of the individual's model of the world, which is, on the one hand, a representation of culture and  ...  , on the other, a reflection of the individual's subjective experience.  ...  Stereotypical, 'ready-made' schemas of self-perception, perception of others, and life in general narrow the space for self-experimentation, self-realization, self-expression, forecasting the future.  ... 
doi:10.15330/jpnu.4.2.97-103 fatcat:vz4uothimfcrvmz5pv3rutmfv4

Conceptions of the Self in the Zhuangzi : Conceptual Metaphor Analysis and Comparative Thought

Edward G. (Edward Gilman) Slingerland
2004 Philosophy East & West  
This should not surprise us, considering the claims of contemporary cognitive linguists that the metaphoric schemas making up the foundation of our abstract conceptual life are not arbitrarily created  ...  It will be argued that the contemporary theory of metaphor provides scholars with an exciting new theoretical grounding for the study of comparative thought, as well as a concrete methodology for undertaking  ...  us to expect a high degree of universality in basic metaphor schemas.  ... 
doi:10.1353/pew.2004.0023 fatcat:de7e765siraijhjeisrr43lway

An Exploration of Schema Theory in Intensive Reading

Yanxia Shen
2008 English Language Teaching  
The first is to give a brief overview of some of the literature that deals with schema theory as part of a reader centered psycholinguistic processing model for both native and non-native readers.  ...  classroom within the framework of schema theory.  ...  As we know, language is the carrier of culture, but there are almost no such courses as Western Culture, Customs and Habits offered in most Chinese universities for non-English majors.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v1n2p104 fatcat:tjy2bycppfc7vnw5xwwsv4q5gi

A Cognitive View of "Pandemic Meditation" (A Mathematical Visual Poem)

Kazmier Maslanka
2022 Journal of Humanistic Mathematics  
Within the structure, the poetics are understood by the cross-mapping of numerous conceptual domains including visual, lexical, and mathematical.  ...  The intent of this paper is not to explain "Pandemic Meditation," for explanations of poetry serve only to kill it.  ...  This essay was written as a response to a request from Jesse Russell Brooks, Director of the Film and Video Poetry Society, Los Angeles, California.  ... 
doi:10.5642/jhummath.202201.28 fatcat:yk26lab32bcahm3x4e74o5cwni

Embodied language, best-fit analysis, and formal compositionality

Jerome Feldman
2010 Physics of Life Reviews  
Acknowledgements Many useful suggestions were provided by the referees, Chris Switzer, and the indefatigable members of the NTL group.  ...  In this minimal example, the meaning can be approximated by a single TransferEvent schema; in general there will be a complex structure of linked schemas, as will be shown below in Fig. 5 .  ...  Schemas Schemas are used to represent a variety of conceptual structures, including image schemas, and frames [37] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.plrev.2010.06.006 pmid:20599445 fatcat:awkbtpemyjecfcoh3v2ehdmdpe

Abstracting grammar from social–cognitive foundations: A developmental sketch of learning

Paul Ibbotson
2011 Review of General Psychology  
Crucially important in this explanation will be the fact that humans possess a unique set of social-cognitive and social motivational-skills that allows language to happen.  ...  This review is a step in that direction, aiming to offer a more integrated account of the learning mechanisms that support linguistic generalizations.  ...  If, however, one considers language as a set of resources available to share and direct attention-part of a broader adaptation for collaborative activity and cultural life in general-then there is a wider  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0025609 fatcat:d6nkbosqlbel3lqzwaz5kjltty

Toward a Prototypical Model of Culture for Bible Translation

Thomas G. Matthews
2009 Journal of translation  
Bible translation is inherently a communication event originating in a historical language and culture.  ...  The cultural model is productively applied to a survey of translation issues rooted in the target cultures of several language teams in eastern Africa, and to three, in-depth analyses from Zinza and Digo  ...  From a cognitive linguistic perspective, the results for the CONTAINER image schemas add to the ongoing discussion of constraints on the universality of image schemas and more generally conceptual metaphors  ... 
doi:10.54395/jot-nxjwk fatcat:v6rlqxme7vhfrncz6sv34n4sie

Why Chinese International Students Gamble: Behavioral Decision Making and its Impact on Identity Construction

Wendy Li, Samson Tse, Mark David Chong
2013 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction  
The findings revealed that pre-existing beliefs and experiences, and various cultural schemas were closely linked to the participants' decision making processes.  ...  The participants assigned to themselves extremely negative self-images, for example, 'unfilial', 'unworthy', 'worthless', 'prisoner', 'a burden', 'hopeless' and so on, that dominated their whole sense  ...  To that end, the theories of identity, acculturation and cultural schema will be employed as conceptual frameworks for our analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11469-013-9456-z fatcat:breto5yt2bawtg4p2vrxzfrvwq

SEAM: A state-entity-activity-model for a well-defined workflow development methodology

A. Bajaj, S. Ram
2002 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
A fragmented conceptual view is useful for systems analysis and documentation.  ...  Third, we apply SEAM to a real-life organizational unit's workflows. In this work, we show a subset of the workflows modeled for this organization using SEAM.  ...  Peter Venable of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, the associate editor and, three anonymous reviewers. All the comments greatly improved the quality of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/69.991725 fatcat:r6tnb6hryjd5telmnv66dhmgnu

Double-Sided Transformations of Culture-Bound Constituents in William Saroyan's Cross-Cultural Domain

Gayane Gasparyan
2021 Translation Studies: Theory and Practice  
Saroyan's fiction with special reference to the analysis of their pragmatic value and both cross-cultural and cross-language identification.  ...  To keep Saroyanesque identity the translators should primarily transform the ideas, the concepts, the ethnic mentality of the characters, then the language media should undergo certain pragmatic modification  ...  My life has been a full and righteous one. Let's not give it another thought. I have land, vines, trees, cattle, and money. One cannot have everything -except for a day or two at a time.  ... 
doi:10.46991/tstp/2021.1.2.031 fatcat:pux3eqngwraj5c7a6zodrtelbe

Globalization, culture and ELT materials: a focus on China

Zhichang Xu
2013 Multilingual Education  
This paper reviews Chinese conceptualizations of globalization and culture as well as English as an International Language (EIL), and analyses ELT textbook materials for secondary schools in China.  ...  Globalization has a far-reaching impact on the foreign language education industry in China.  ...  Acknowledgements I wish to acknowledge the constructive comments provided by Prof. Farzad Sharifian and Prof. Sandra McKay. All remaining inadequacies in the paper are my own responsibility.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2191-5059-3-6 fatcat:yv777ugfsbedxeopikdvwjv7qq

Cognitive Semiotics: An Overview [chapter]

Asun López-Varela Azcárate
2022 Mind and Matter - Challenges and Opportunities in Cognitive Semiotics and Aesthetics [Working Title]  
The chapter opens with an introduction to the field of cognitive semiotics and continues with a brief presentation of the interdisciplinary evolution of the 4Es.  ...  direct experience as well as by learning from others, for which forms of communication and comprehension are also necessary.  ...  Schemas are imported from these pre-conceptual structures by way of metaphorical and metonymic conceptual mappings. Even the language of emotions (i.e.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.101848 fatcat:ewkoxnposndpdjxjkxwr3fagpi

Ontology algebra for composition of protein data sources

Amandeep S. Sidhu, Tharam S. Dillon, Elizabeth Chang
2007 2007 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine Workshops  
In this paper we discuss Protein Ontology (PO) Algebra that we use for composition and interoperability of protein data sources.  ...  Most biological resources available today on the web provide a good number of cross-links to other resources with relevant information.  ...  At a more conceptual level, the information that is used and generated by life scientists, including chemical pathways, annotated gene sequences, and protein structures, is highly connected in nature.  ... 
doi:10.1109/bibmw.2007.4425412 fatcat:itp7s7vennajtprblmnqr2arya

Hegel's Dialectics as a Semantic Theory: An Analytic Reading

Francesco Berto
2007 European Journal of Philosophy  
There cannot be any question of demonstrating for a word selected from the language of common life that in common life, too, one associates with it the same Notion for which philosophy employs it; for  ...  Into all that becomes something inward for men, an image or conception as such, into all that he makes his own, language has penetrated, and everything that he has transformed into language and expresses  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0378.2007.00241.x fatcat:socxufx3q5hi5irhdcea3jfu7m

Hungarian gyerekestül vs. gyerekkel ('with [the] kid')

István Fekete
2014 Hungarian Cultural Studies  
It is suggested that the sociative is based on the amalgam image schema which is derived from the LINK schema of the comitative.  ...  The ironical reading of the sociative is an implicature in the sense of Grice (1989) and Sperber and Wilson (1987).  ...  In other words, image schemas build the basis of conceptual representations and help to associate percepts to concepts.  ... 
doi:10.5195/ahea.2013.115 fatcat:c5snvbt2ebc43fq2cyim2zxu7e
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