What is a Context?: Linguistic approaches and challenges

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Rita Finkbeiner, Jörg Meibauer, Petra B. Schumacher
John Benjamins Publishing, 2012. 10. 23. - 253페이지
Context is a core notion of linguistic theory. However, while there are numerous attempts at explaining single aspects of the notion of context, these attempts are rather diverse and do not easily converge to a unified theory of context. The present multi-faceted collection of papers reconsiders the notion of context and its challenges for linguistics from different theoretical and empirical angles. Part I offers insights into a wide range of current approaches to context, including theoretical pragmatics, neurolinguistics, clinical pragmatics, interactional linguistics, and psycholinguistics. Part II presents new empirical findings on the role of context from case studies on idioms, unarticulated constituents, argument linking, and numerically-quantified expressions. Bringing together different theoretical frameworks, the volume provides thought-provoking discussions of how the notion of context can be understood, modeled, and implemented in linguistics. It is essential for researchers interested in theoretical and applied linguistics, the semantics/pragmatics interface, and experimental pragmatics.
 

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Introduction
1
Part I Linguistic perspectives on context
7
What is a context?
9
Context in neurolinguistics
33
Theorising context
55
Context
81
Contexts in interaction
105
Whats nonlinguistic visual context?
129
Part II Case studies on context
151
Emergent contexts
153
The role of context in interpreting implicit meaning aspects
175
Contextually enriched argument linking
199
Modelling context within a constraintbased account of quantifier usage
229
Subject and name index
251
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