AP  >> Vol. 7 No. 5 (May 2017)

    权力的概念隐喻及加工机制
    Metaphors about Power and Its Mechanism

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作者:  

陈欧童:曲阜师范大学,山东 济宁

关键词:
概念隐喻权力具身认知Metaphor Power Embodiment

摘要:

概念隐喻现象一直是语言学与具身认知心理学的重要研究对象,权力作为一种抽象概念,具身认知领域近年来也开始予以关注,研究主要涉及了权力空间属性的隐喻,如大和小、上和下、轻和重,还包括不同颜色与权力的隐喻联结,并着眼于利用ERP等技术手段探讨权力这一抽象概念的表征及作用机制。未来研究在丰富、验证权力隐喻已证实物理属性的基础上,需致力于探讨权力多种隐喻间的交互作用,以此揭示并拓展权力隐喻的更多应用价值。

Metaphor is an important part in both linguistics and psychology. Power, as an abstract, is also an important part in metaphor, and psychologists have been studied a lot recent years. These studies mainly involves in metaphors between power and physical factors, such as mechanically big and small, vertically up and down, light and heavy in weight, and also about colors. Following studies should focus more on multiple metaphors between power and other factors, or the bidirectional relation between power and physical factors. Recently, researches based on ERP also provided strong evidences to support this hypothesis. In future, researchers should pay more attention to multiple interactive affects that physical factors effect on power, and discover more application values.

文章引用:
陈欧童 (2017). 权力的概念隐喻及加工机制. 心理学进展, 7(5), 698-707. https://doi.org/10.12677/AP.2017.75086

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