Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Theoretical Grounds of the Study
Chapter 3. Cognitive Modelling of the Compounds in the Corpus Studied
Chapter 4. Final Discussion
“In a logical and readable style, this book introduces readers both to the fundamentals of compounding in different theoretical frameworks and to the basic concepts and methods in cognitive linguistics. The new complex and dynamic model of analysis successfully illustrates the parallels between English and Bulgarian constructions and the intriguing development of language in a particular area of knowledge. This book will be appreciated and sought after by students and lecturers alike.” Associate Professor Svetla Pacheva-Karabova, PhD, Medical University, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
“The book is comprehensive enough for the serious linguist, but highly informative for the student and teacher as well. It will prove invaluable in the formation of the specialised language skills needed by tourism and hospitality professionals in a global context.” Professor Asen Konarev, DSc (Econ), Lecturer in undergraduate and postgraduate programs
Linguists doing research in cognitive linguistics, frame semantics, terminology.
University students in Linguistics or Tourism programs.
University lecturers in Linguistics, English for Specific Purposes or Tourism.
High school teachers of English for Specific Purposes, Tourism and Hospitality.
compound nouns, frame semantics, tourism terms