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《Journal of Huaihua University》 2012-01
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The Interpretation of Internet Words and Expressions from Conceptual Integration Theory

KUANG Feng1,LIU Yi2(1.English Department,Jinggangshan University,Ji'an,Jiangxi 343009;2.English Department,Soochow University,Suzhou,Jiangsu 215006)  
Concept Integration Theory,designed to reveal the hidden background cognition of human language use and not limited to the mapping relation of classic cognitive linguistics,can clarify the specific mode of action of metaphor and metonymy in the conceptual integration so that a reasonable explanation is made for complex and subtle grammatical phenomena.This thesis attempts to carry out the analysis from the perspective of Conceptual Integration Theory by dividing the Internet words and expressions into "blending" and "haplology",and aiming to reveal the linguistic rules and cognitive mentality behind.
【CateGory Index】: H136
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