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100 1  Madlener, Karin 
245 10 Frequency Effects in Instructed Second Language 
       Acquisition 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c2015 
264  4 |c©2015 
300    1 online resource (378 pages) 
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490 1  Applications of Cognitive Linguistics [ACL] Ser. ;|vv.29 
505 0  01 Front_matter_Madlener -- 02 Acknowledgements -- 03 
       Contents -- 04 List of abbreviations_list of tables -- 05 
       List_of_Figures -- 06 Part I -- 07 chapter_1 -- 08 Part II
       -- 09 chapter_2 -- 10 chapter_3 -- 11 chapter_4 -- 12 Part
       III -- 13 chapter_5 -- 14 chapter_6 -- 15 chapter_7 -- 16 
       Part IV -- 17 chapter_8 -- 18 References -- 19 Index -- 20
       AppendixA -- 21 AppendixB 
520    Honorary editor: René Dirven The series Applications of 
       Cognitive Linguistics (ACL) welcomes book proposals from 
       any domain where the theoretical insights developed in 
       Cognitive Linguistics (CL) have been (or could be) 
       fruitfully applied. In the past thirty-five years, the CL 
       movement has articulated a rich and satisfying view of 
       language around a small number of foundational principles.
       The first one argues that language faculties do not 
       constitute a separate module of cognition, but emerge as 
       specialized uses of more general cognitive abilities. The 
       second principle emphasises the symbolic function of 
       language. The grammar of individual languages (including 
       the lexicon, morphology, and syntax) can be exclusively 
       described as a structured inventory of conventionalized 
       symbolic units. The third principle states that meaning is
       equated with conceptualization. It is subjective, 
       anthropomorphic, and crucially incorporates humans' 
       experience with their bodies and the world around them. 
       Finally, CL's Usage-Based conception anchors the meaning 
       of linguistic expressions in the rich soil of their social
       usage. Consequently, usage-related issues such as 
       frequency and entrenchment contribute to their semantic 
       import. Taken together, these principles provide 
       researchers in different academic fields with a powerful 
       theoretical framework for the investigation of linguistic 
       issues in the specific context of their particular 
       disciplines. The primary focus of ACL is to serve as a 
       high level forum for the result of these investigations 
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650  0 Language and languages--Study and teaching--Psychological 
       aspects 
655  4 Electronic books 
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