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조응에서 ‘연상’과 ‘추론’의 대위적 상관성
Contrapuntal correlation between association and inference in the associative anaphor

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Authors
김경석; 김서영
Issue Date
2016
Publisher
Language Education Research Center, Seoul National University
Citation
Language Research, Vol.52 No.3, pp. 369-392
Keywords
associationinferenceindirectcanonical associative anaphorapseudo-associative (=inferential) anaphoraDoppler effects
Abstract
This paper aims to research into the contrapuntal correlation between association and inference in the associative anaphor. To this end, an analysis of collected data is made with the comparison of various types of anaphor which are coreferential, indirect, associative, or inferential. These last three concepts have somewhat similar properties but should not be confused: all indirect anaphora is not associative and the association does not derive the same mental process as the inference. A few findings are summarized as follows. First, it’s proved that the concepts of ‘indirect’, ‘inferential’ and ‘associative’ do not show the same value in anaphora phenomenon by being applied to all collected French data. Second, it’s found that the mental device of association operates in contrapuntal correlation with the mentation of inference in language act. Third, from the two above findings, we need to propose the distinction
between ‘canonical associative anaphora’ and ‘pseudo-associative inferential anaphora’. Therefore we would suggest the Doppler effects: (Ⅰ) the device of association operates in direct proportion to language competence, culture, context, knowledge of world which are shared between interlocutors; (Ⅱ) more prominent is the stereotype of words, bigger than the portion of inference is the one of association, whereas less prominent, more complicated is the former.
ISSN
0254-4474
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/99020
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Language Education Institute (언어교육원)Language Research (어학연구)Language Research (어학연구) Volume 52 Number 1/3 (2016)
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