Mothers, Warriors, Guardians of the Soul (Studia Linguistica Germanica Bd.68) (Reprint 2012. 2002. 230 mm)

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Mothers, Warriors, Guardians of the Soul (Studia Linguistica Germanica Bd.68) (Reprint 2012. 2002. 230 mm)

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基本説明

This study shows that women involved in National Socialism in the years 1924-1934 developed and shaped a recognizable discourse which communicated and reflected their position and status within the NS movement.

Description


(Short description)
Die Reihe Studia Linguistica Germanica (SLG), 1968 von Ludwig Erich Schmitt und Stefan Sonderegger begründet, ist ein renommiertes Publikationsorgan der germanistischen Linguistik. Die Reihe verfolgt das Ziel, mit dem Schwerpunkt auf sprach- und wissenschaftshistorischen Fragestellungen die gesamte Bandbreite des Faches zu repräsentieren. Dazu zählen u. a. Arbeiten zur historischen Grammatik und Semantik des Deutschen, zum Verhältnis von Sprache und Kultur, zur Geschichte der Sprachtheorie, zur Dialektologie, Lexikologie/Lexikographie, Textlinguistik und zur Einbettung des Deutschen in den europäischen Sprachkontext.
(Text)
Die Reihe Studia Linguistica Germanica (SLG), 1968 von Ludwig Erich Schmitt und Stefan Sonderegger begründet, ist ein renommiertes Publikationsorgan der germanistischen Linguistik. Die Reihe verfolgt das Ziel, mit dem Schwerpunkt auf sprach- und wissenschaftshistorischen Fragestellungen die gesamte Bandbreite des Faches zu repräsentieren. Dazu zählen u. a. Arbeiten zur historischen Grammatik und Semantik des Deutschen, zum Verhältnis von Sprache und Kultur, zur Geschichte der Sprachtheorie, zur Dialektologie, Lexikologie/Lexikographie, Textlinguistik und zur Einbettung des Deutschen in den europäischen Sprachkontext.
(Short description)
The series Studia Linguistica Germanica, founded in 1968 by Ludwig Erich Schmitt and Stefan Sonderegger, is one of the standard publication organs for German Linguistics. The series aims to cover the whole spectrum of the subject, while concentrating on questions relating to language history and the history of linguistic ideas. It includes works on the historical grammar and semantics of German, on the relationship of language and culture, on the history of language theory, on dialectology, on lexicology / lexicography, text linguisticsand on the location of German in the European linguistic context.
(Text)
This study shows that women involved in National Socialism in the years 1924 - 1934 developed and shaped a recognizable discourse which communicated and reflected their position and status within the NS movement. The analysis is based on a variety of text-types produced by members of NS women's organisations, and includes official correspondence, circulars, reports, pamphlets, monographs and articles from NS women's journals. It draws upon several areas of linguistic theory, including feminist linguistics, semantics, pragmatics and discourse analysis, and the salient features identified in the female discourse are placed within a sociolinguistic framework. While previous research into the language of the NS-system has largely ignored the possibility of a cohesive female discourse, the study supports the idea that this discourse was dynamic, and at times heterogeneous, whilst also displaying many self-defining and self-referential features. It is characterised by its ambiguities and apparent contradictions, which expresses separateness and difference, yet also solidarity with the NSDAP.

Table of Contents

    Introduction: existence of a linguistic        1  (73)
Frauenwelt?
Preliminary observations 1 (3)
Outline of methodology: historical and 4 (3)
political discourses
Outline of semantic theories 7 (11)
Female discourse: a theoretical framework 18 (12)
Historical background 30 (15)
Linguistic background to National 45 (21)
Socialist discourse
Linguistic background to female discourse 66 (8)
in National Socialism
Morpho-semantic analysis 74 (67)
Aspects of word-formation in female 74 (5)
discourse
Frau 79 (30)
Mutter 109(13)
Use of the --in suffix 122(17)
Summary of word-formation in female 139(2)
discourse
Lexico-semantic analysis 141(128)
Thematic Categories 141(1)
Women and the NSDAP 141(35)
Women and the Volksgemeinschaft 176(54)
Women and Motherhood, Women and Work 230(39)
Textual analysis 269(47)
Power, status and influence in female 269(1)
correspondence
Historical and theoretical background 270(7)
Women's correspondence in National 277(7)
Socialism: general characteristics
Analysis of six letters 284(5)
Letters from women to men 289(12)
Letters from women to women 301(12)
Summary 313(3)
Conclusion 316(5)
Appendix I: Letterheads 321(1)
Appendix II: Women's Letters 322(9)
List of Abbreviations 331(1)
Bibliography 332(17)
Index 349

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Preface v

Introduction 1 (40)

Ren Dirven

Section 1: The metonymic and the metaphoric

The metaphoric and metonymic poles 41 (8)

Roman Jakobson

Generating polysemy: Metaphor and metonymy 49 (26)

Renate Bartsch

Metonymy and metaphor: Different mental 75 (38)

strategies of conceptualisation

Ren Dirven

An alternative account of the interpretation of 113(20)

referential metonymy and metaphor

Beatrice Warren

Section 2: The two-domain approach

Language and emotion: The interplay of 133(28)

conceptualisation with physiology and culture

Zolt疣 K ecses, Gary B. Palmer and Ren 
Dirven

The role of domains in the interpretation of 161(46)

metaphors and metonymies

William Croft

Clarifying and applying the notions of metaphor 207(72)

and metonymy within cognitive linguistics: An

update

Antonio Barcelona

The roles of metaphor and metonymy in English 279(44)

-er nominals

Klaus-Uwe Panther and Linda L. Thornburg

Section 3: The interaction between metaphor and

metonymy

Category extension by metonymy and metaphor 323(26)

John R. Taylor

Metaphtonymy: The interaction of metaphor and 349(30)

metonymy in expressions for linguistic action

Louis Goossens

When is a metonymy no longer a metonymy? 379(28)

Nick Riemer

How metonymic are metaphors? 407(28)

G ter Radden

The interaction of metaphor and metonymy in 435(34)

composite expressions

Dirk Geeraerts

Section 4: New breakthroughs: Blending and

primary scenes

Metaphor, metonymy, and binding 469(20)

Mark Turner and Gilles Fauconnier

Patterns of conceptual interaction 489(44)

Francisco Jos Ruiz de Mendoza Ib碵ez and

Olga Isabel Diez Velasco

Converging evidence for the notions of subscene 533(22)

and primary scene

Joseph Grady and Christopher Johnson

Blending the past and the present: Conceptual 555(40)

and linguistic integration, 1800-2000

Brigitte Nerlich and David D. Clarke

Subject Index 595(6)

Authors Index 601