publication . Other literature type . Article . 2015

INVECTIVES AS ANTHROP METAPHORS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE LEXEME "CUNT")

GOLODNAYA V.N.;
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  • Published: 06 Dec 2015
  • Publisher: Russian Linguistic Bulletin
Abstract
<p align="justify">The article is devoted to some formats and contexts of using the word "cunt" as an anthrop metaphors within the corpora approach. The metaphor gradation takes place in the framework of a binary opposition "We/Ours" - "They/Others", in which target groups referents are presented in a negative/positive way. The anthrop metaphor "cunt" is hypothesized to appear as a result of its emotive meaning's reconsideration.</font>
Subjects
free text keywords: invective, metaphoric meaning, negative/positive connotations, binary oppsition We/Ours - They/Others, ИНВЕКТИВ, МЕТАФОРИЧЕСКОЕ ЗНАЧЕНИЕ, ОТРИЦАТЕЛЬНЫЕ/ПОЛОЖИТЕЛЬНЫЕ КОННОТАЦИИ, БИНАРНАЯ ОППОЗИЦИЯ СВОЙ - ЧУЖОЙ, Philology. Linguistics, P1-1091
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