영어 구문의 도상성에 관한 연구

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This study aims to explore the relationship between meaning and syntactic form with reference to such English constructions in terms of a theory of iconicity developed by Haiman.
Haiman(1980) distinguishes two kinds of diagrammatic iconicity: isomorphism and motivation. The former maintains that a bi-unique correspondence exists between form and meaning, while the latter holds that the structure of language directly reflects some aspects of the structure of reality. Given this dichotomy, it is possible to find several principles of iconicity such as those of quantity, distance, sequencing.
The structure of the study is as follows. Chapter 1 is just an introduction, while Chapter 2 discusses the basic concept and nature of iconicity and its principles. Chapter 3 is an attempt to check the validity of principle on other English constructions such as dative alternation sentences, coordinated sentences, complement clauses, and negative sentences. It makes it clear that the iconicity theory is more explanatory than any other schema because it is laid on human cognitive process. Chapter 4 summarizes what has been discussed and proposed so far. Given the state of affairs, it seems necessary to pay due attention to both arbitrariness and iconicity to explicitly various syntactic phenomena.
Alternative Title
A Study on the Iconicity in English Constructions
조선대학교 대학원
교육대학원 영어교육
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2007. 2
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목차 = i
Ⅰ. 서론 = 1
Ⅱ 도상성의 이론적 배경 = 2
1. 도상성의 개념 = 2
2. 도상성의 원리 = 3
(1) 양의 원리 (The principle of quantity) = 3
(2) 거리의 원리 (The principle of distance) = 7
(3) 연속적 순서의 원리 (The principle of sequential order) = 11
(4) 나 먼저 원리 (The principle of me-first) = 13
Ⅲ 영어 구문의 도상성 = 17
1. 여격교체 구문 (Dative-shift constructions) = 17
2. 등위접속 구문(Coordination Construction) = 24
3. 보문구조 (Complement Construction) = 30
4. 부정문 (Negative Construction) = 34
Ⅳ. 결론 = 37
참고문헌 = 40
양연진. (2007). 영어 구문의 도상성에 관한 연구
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