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Empirical Methods in Language Studies

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Edited By Krzysztof Kosecki and Janusz Badio

«Empirical Methods in Language Studies» presents 22 papers employing a broad range of empirical methods in the analysis of various aspects of language and communication. The individual texts offer contributions to the description of conceptual strategies, syntax, semantics, non-verbal communication, language learning, discourse, and literature.
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Krzysztof Kosecki is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the Institute of English, University of Łódź, Poland. His research concentrates on theories of metaphor and metonymy, ethnic stereotypes, theory of translation, cognitive poetics, the language of legal texts, and cognitive aspects of signed languages.

Janusz Badio is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the Institute of English, University of Łódź, Poland. His research concentrates on different aspects of speech from the cognitive linguistics perspective, narration, events and dynamicity of meaning construal. He is also interested in various aspects of empirical methodology in linguistics.

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