Out now: 5th Yearbook of the GCLA

The 5th Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association has now been published. It has partly grown out of the 7th Conference of the DGKL / GCLA, which took place in 2016 at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Campus Essen. You can find the online version here.

Here’s the table of contents of the volume:

Stefan Hartmann: Introduction
Jens Philipp Lanwer: Metapragmatic appositions in German talk-in-interaction
Sven Leuckert: How interactional needs shape information structure: An analysis of the discourse functions of topicalization in three L2 varieties of English
Simon Meier and Martin Thiering: The encoding of motion events in football and cycling live text commentary: A corpus linguistic analysis
Liane Stroebel: Can Macromania be explained linguistically? Beneath the morphological boundary: A sketch of subconscious manipulation strategies in Emmanuel Macron’s political discourses
Steven Schoonjans: Nonmanual downtoning in German co-speech gesture and in German Sign Language
Rebekka Studler: Cognitive cultural models at work: The case of German-speaking Switzerland
Petra Storjohann: Cognitive descriptions in a corpus-based dictionary of German paronyms
Juliana Goschler: A contrastive view on the cognitive motivation of linguistic patterns: Concord in English and German
Susanne Flach: Idiomatic singleton or prototype? A productivity analysis of be-adj-and-v
Volodymyr Dekalo and Beate Hampe: Networks of meanings: Complementing collostructional analysis by cluster and network analyses
Jens Fleischhauer, Thomas Gamerschlag and Wiebke Petersen: A frame-analysis of the interplay of grammar and cognition in emission verbs
Julija Korostenskienė: Bridging the gap: Toward a cognitive semantic analysis of the Lithuanian superlexical prefix be-