Table of contents for Language misconceived : arguing for applied cognitive sociolinguistics / Karol Janicki.


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Contents: Preface. Part I: From Misconception to Conceptions. Meaning and Definitions Misconceived. Word Meaning, Definitions, Linguists, and Philosophical Commitments. Integrational Linguistics and Non-Essentialism. Variations on Meaning in Cognitive Linguistics. Conclusion to Part I. Part II: Language (Mis)Conceptions in Practice. Introduction. Language in Politics. Language in Law. Language in Academia. Language in Education. Part III: Applied Cognitive Sociolinguistics: A Summary. Viewing and Studying Language in a Non-Essentialist Way. Coda.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Linguistics -- Philosophy.
Sociolinguistics.
Essentialism (Philosophy)