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Conceptual Blending in Children's Games as a Model for Double-Scope Creativity and New Learning Opportunities
Journal of Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics
Fauconnier and Turner (2002, pp. 389-396) provide an overview of how blending affects the course of a human life, and more specifically, how young children are engaged in building complex blends in very early stages of their lives. Their detailed analysis shows that only after the young child is able to master culturally recognized blends will s/he be effectively 'living in the blend' and prove capable of further achieving other blends with more flexibility. Conceptual Blending in Children'sdoi:10.14706/jfltal15217 fatcat:j4ajdp2phfe5jilerk2d53jbc4