TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CONVENTIONALISATION»
The term «conventionalisation» is barely ever used and occupies the 199.698
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONVENTIONALISATION»
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Bartlett, Culture and Cognition
The specific processes and main principles of conventionalisation which Bartlett
expounds in the social psychological studies (i.e. the social group level analysis;
for details, see later) are extensions of those he delineates in his experimental ...
Sustainable Agriculture Volume 2: Volume 2
a widespread conventionalisation of organic farming is (still) constrained. This
conclusion needs to be understood as being based on case studies in countries
with a liberalised agricultural policy, e.g. California (USA), Ontario (Canada),
Eric Lichtfouse, Marjolaine Hamelin, Philippe Debaeke, 2011
Remembering: A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology
CHAPTER XVI CONVENTIONALISATION 1. THE PROCESS OF
CONVENTIONALISATION THE greatest stimulus to social change probably
always comes from outside the strict limits of the changing group. This is the
primary psychological ...
Sir Frederic Charles Bartlett, Frederic C. Bartlett, 1995
English Ditransitive Verbs: Aspects of Theory, Description ...
brief discussion of various aspects of conventionalisation that are relevant to the
description of ditransitivity. 3.3.2 Conventionalisation Once a verb is
grammatically institutionalised as a ditransitive verb, it may be increasingly used
as a verb ...
Metaphor and Metonymy in Comparison and Contrast
Conclusion The proposal of post-metonymy and post-metaphor as
supplementary categories related to plain metonymy and metaphor clarifies the
relations between conventionalisation/generalisation and these two fundamental
processes of ...
René Dirven, Ralf Pörings, 2003
The Evolutionary Emergence of Language: Social Function and ...
The process that I am calling 'conventionalisation' is sometimes referred to as '
ontogenetic realisation' (Tomasello and Call 1 997: 299-302). By using the word '
ritualisation', this phrase acknowledges the parallels between the origin of animal
Chris Knight, Michael Studdert-Kennedy, James R. Hurford, 2000
Sustainable Food Production and Ethics: Preprints of the 7th ...
welfare. in. the. welfare. state: ethical. aspects. of. the. conventionalisation. of.
Norwegian. organic. production. Marianne Kulø andLillM. Vramo SIFO, the
National Institute for Consumer Research, P.O. Box 4682 Nydalen, 0405 Oslo,
European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics. Congress, Werner Zollitsch, 2007
Handbook of Epistemology
as that given by Hesse (1974), makes the generality and utility of
conventionalisation abundantly clear. To appreciate this generality, and free
ourselves from a one-sided picture of the role of the social, we may appeal to the
idea that all ...
I. Niiniluoto, Matti Sintonen, Jan Woleński, 2004
Naturalness and Iconicity in Language
When forming a new sign the iconic character of a sign language plays an
important role but at the same time, the combination of a sign form and a
meaning leads to a conventionalisation and arbitrarisation which makes the sign
a linguistic ...
Klaas Willems, Ludovic De Cuypere, 2008
Language History and Linguistic Modelling: A Festschrift for ...
It would be very tempting to claim that (19b)— (22b) are instances of speaker's
meaning, but it is quite obvious that they differ as to the degree of context-
dependence on the one hand, and conventionalisation on the other. Thus, in (
19b) the ...
Raymond Hickey, Stanisław Puppel, 1997
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONVENTIONALISATION»
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The hyperbole we love to hate
Conventionalisation is the reason I like to think of hyperbole as a kind of linguistic perpetual motion machine. Once an expression fades into the ... «The Guardian, Nov 14»
Organic agriculture under the spotlight
And he is against the burgeoning number of inputs of potions and sprays that are now allowed in organic farming. This conventionalisation of ... «ABC Online, Nov 05»