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Cognitive approach to description and learning of slovene language

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Code Science Field Subfield
5.01.01  Social sciences  Educational studies  Pedagogy 

Code Science Field
H350  Humanities  Linguistics 
H352  Humanities  Grammar, semantics, semiotics, syntax 
Slovene language: morphology, syntax, semantics; cognitive linguistics; cognition, epistemology, communication, argumentation; education
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Researchers (3)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  07651  PhD Irena Kovačič  Linguistics  Researcher  1998 - 1999  210 
2.  13060  PhD Simona Kranjc  Linguistics  Researcher  1998 - 1999  513 
3.  06620  PhD Olga Kunst-Gnamuš  Linguistics  Head  1998 - 1999  192 
Organisations (2)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0553  Educational Research Institute  Ljubljana  5051614000  7,095 
2.  0581  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts  Ljubljana  1627058  98,489 
Grammatical structure of Slovene language is investigated from cognitive and semantic-functi- linguistic perspective, concentrated on part//whole relation, space grammar, connectivity, argumentation in language, concord grammar, vantage theory, government and binding, pa- rameter and principle of linguistic construal on paradigmatic axes. Starting from Hjelmslev''s hypothesis of »two languages in one« the following expression designation will be taken into consideration: operators, connectors and scope of connection; morphologically based syntax of Slovene language realized by agreement and coreference in person, number, gender, case; part//whole relation realized by patitive genitive c//c2 vs. hierarchy c//c2//c2… ; TŽ relation realized by nominal predicate, predication and relati- onal sentence of being, identifying, attributive and possessive ones; identifying reference by constructing, realized by difference NPŽ, NP(t); concepts of number, space, time, aspect; prepositional phrases; justifying of trace and empty categories on linguistic data of Slovene language; cognitive semantics (categories in language, link schema, projection of cognitive entities lm, tr into spaces, point of departure V; linguistic form, reasoning and argumentati- on in education , philosophy and sciences); consequences of linguistic models for theory of use: different approaches (performativity, speech acts, direct and indirect speech, conversa- tional principles, theory of argumentation, dialogue); cognitive constructing of mind and personality in social context by language and use in education, sciences and technology.
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