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“…There have been, for instance, the topological relations picture series (Bowerman and Pederson 1992) for the cross-linguistic study of static locations, and the Put and Take video stimulus (Bowerman et al 2004) for the cross-linguistic study of caused motion events (infra). The stimulus-based method is more advantageous than traditional methods, such as relying on introspective examples produced by linguists themselves (Vinay andDarbelnet 1977[1958], Talmy 1985Talmy , 2000 or on sentences extracted from parallel texts (Slobin 1997, inter alia), in that it excludes interference from other languages (Lehmann 2004, Majid 2012. Moreover, while these traditional methods which are limited to the study of standardized languages and/or languages with a written tradition, a stimulus-based method allows for consideration of under-described languages, which are generally oral tradition languages.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There have been, for instance, the topological relations picture series (Bowerman and Pederson 1992) for the cross-linguistic study of static locations, and the Put and Take video stimulus (Bowerman et al 2004) for the cross-linguistic study of caused motion events (infra). The stimulus-based method is more advantageous than traditional methods, such as relying on introspective examples produced by linguists themselves (Vinay andDarbelnet 1977[1958], Talmy 1985Talmy , 2000 or on sentences extracted from parallel texts (Slobin 1997, inter alia), in that it excludes interference from other languages (Lehmann 2004, Majid 2012. Moreover, while these traditional methods which are limited to the study of standardized languages and/or languages with a written tradition, a stimulus-based method allows for consideration of under-described languages, which are generally oral tradition languages.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…4 It is relatively new in this form and was put forward, among others, in Geeraerts (2006), Lehmann (2004) and Simone (2004). It contains, among others, the following principles (special requirements):…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(Sampson, 1975, p. 60) 10 Cf. Kertész andRákosi (2008a,b,c, 2012); Schütze (1996); Lehmann (2004); Penke and Rosenbach (2004); Kepser and Reis (2005) For an overview, see Kertész andRákosi (2008a, b, c, 2012).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…20 It is debatable whether this phenomenon is a replacement repair or the speaker simply uses two synonyms one after the other. This question points to my earlier argumentation in Chapter 4, namely, that the statements made by the researcher regarding a linguistic phenomenon are not given at the outset but are, at least to some extent, produced by the researcher (Lehmann 2004 afterwards in this way we were wandering together. '…”
Section: The Corpus and Methodology Of The Studymentioning
confidence: 88%
“…In Lehmann's (2004) view, any statements made by the researcher regarding a linguistic phenomenon are based on abstraction and semiotic processes; in other words, they are not given at the outset but are, at least to some extent, produced by the researcher. Kertész and Rákosi (2012: 242) emphasize that the conceptual apparatus of a given theory is closely related to the methods and methodological principles of any examinations carried out in the framework of this theory, and determines the level of abstraction at which the investigated phenomena can be captured.…”
Section: The Corpus and Methodology Of The Studymentioning
confidence: 99%