Konceptualna metaforizacija stihova sa somatskom sastavnicom srce unutar sevdalinki

Smajlović-Šabić, Indira and Nikolić, Marijana (2015) Konceptualna metaforizacija stihova sa somatskom sastavnicom srce unutar sevdalinki. Journal of Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics. (In Press)

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Abstract

Sažetak: Rad će se baviti iznalaženjem odgovora dvama pitanjima: dinamikom mogućeg udjela metaforiziranih stihova sevdalinke sa somatskom sastavnicom srce, u kognitivnoj perspektivi, s jedne strane, i pojavnošću odgovarajućih konceptualnih modela, s druge strane. Kognitivna lingvistika u ovom smislu obuhvata teoriju pojmovne metafore kao sredstava da se konceptualizuje svijet, ali i uže specifično, kao sredstvo perspektivizacije i usmjeravanja pažnje s dvojakim ciljem: da se naglase željeni stavovi, pogledi i mišljenja i da se odagnaju nebitni i nepoželjni aspekti ostalih pojava. Na taj način sevdalinka konceptualizuje svijet oko sebe, svijet primarno bošnjačko-muslimanski, sa mnogim socijalnim netrpeljivostima koje u ovoj perspektivi bivaju odagnane, jer ne umire se od njih već od sevdaha. Ključne riječi: sevdalinka, sevdisanje, kognitivna lingvistika, konceptualna metafora i metonimija, domene izvora i cilja Abstract The purpose of the study will be to explore the following questions: the dynamics of the possible contribution of metaphorical lyrics in sevdalinka song with the heart as a somatic component, in a cognitive perspective, on the one hand, and the occurrence of corresponding conceptual models, on the other hand. In this sense, cognitive linguistics covers the theory of conceptual metaphor as means of conceptualizing the world, but also in the narrow sense specifically, as means of perspectivisation and directing the attention with a twofold purpose: to emphasize the desirable attitudes, views and opinions, and to dispel unimportant and undesirable aspects of other phenomena. In this manner, sevdalinka conceptualizes the world around it, primarily a Bosniak-Muslim world, with many social animosities being dispelled in this perspective because one dies, in figurative sense, because of sevdah and not because of them. Keywords: sevdalinka, sevdah, cognitive linguistics, conceptual metaphor and metonymy, domains of source and purpose

Item Type: Article
Subjects: P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
P Language and Literature > PG Slavic, Baltic, Albanian languages and literature
Divisions: J-FLTAL
Depositing User: Alma Milisic
Date Deposited: 25 Dec 2014 10:47
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2016 11:47
URI: http://eprints.ibu.edu.ba/id/eprint/2811

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