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제목 The concept EAT as a metaphorical source in English
저자 최영주
권 / 호 25권 / 2호
출처
논문게재일 2017.6.30.
초록(국문)

Choi, Youngju. (2017). The concept EAT as a metaphorical source in English. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 25(2), 1-21. Newman (1997, 1999, 2009), based on his introspection, shows how the concept EAT is utilized in metaphorical conceptualization. This paper will expand upon Newman's observation through the investigation of the corpus COCA. Since most of Newman's data come from literature, his work may not be an accurate representation of expressions that are used in everyday language. The COCA can supplement Newman's data, as it is a well-balanced collection of text. Moreover, corpus linguistics allows us to determine which stage of the eating process, among intake, mastication, swallowing, and digestion, is most prominently utilized in metaphorical conceptualization. This paper examines the metaphorical instances of the verbal expressions such as eat, gobble, nibble, chew, gnaw, swallow, and digest. This leads to the conclusion that the second stage, mastication, is the most frequently perspectivized in metaphorical conceptualization. Therefore, the most common metaphorical meanings related to the concept EAT are 'to destroy,' 'to eliminate,' and 'to bother.'

초록(영문)

Choi, Youngju. (2017). The concept EAT as a metaphorical source in English. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 25(2), 1-21. Newman (1997, 1999, 2009), based on his introspection, shows how the concept EAT is utilized in metaphorical conceptualization. This paper will expand upon Newman's observation through the investigation of the corpus COCA. Since most of Newman's data come from literature, his work may not be an accurate representation of expressions that are used in everyday language. The COCA can supplement Newman's data, as it is a well-balanced collection of text. Moreover, corpus linguistics allows us to determine which stage of the eating process, among intake, mastication, swallowing, and digestion, is most prominently utilized in metaphorical conceptualization. This paper examines the metaphorical instances of the verbal expressions such as eat, gobble, nibble, chew, gnaw, swallow, and digest. This leads to the conclusion that the second stage, mastication, is the most frequently perspectivized in metaphorical conceptualization. Therefore, the most common metaphorical meanings related to the concept EAT are 'to destroy,' 'to eliminate,' and 'to bother.'

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