softwareposted on 10.04.2019, 03:35 by Gede Primahadi Wijaya RajegGede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg
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Rajeg, Gede Primahadi Wijaya (2019): happyr. figshare. Code. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26180/5be404d6336da
The accompanying R package for Rajeg's (2019) PhD thesis titled "Metaphorical profiles and near-synonyms: A corpus-based study of Indonesian words for Happiness". The happyr package documents the R functions and data sets for the quantitative analyses in the thesis. Versioning of this repository is synchronised with Releases in its GitHub repository.
The 100-word summary of the thesis:
This thesis investigates metaphors for different words of happiness in Indonesian. It finds that happiness in general is predominantly described, among others, as an object we possess, share, and acquire; a goal one seeks to attain; a substance filling the human-body. Moreover, each of the happiness words shows statistical preferences for certain metaphors. For instance, while kebahagiaan ‘happiness’ and kesenangan ‘pleasure’ are frequently described as a desired goal, this metaphor is much less frequent for kegembiraan ‘joy’, described more frequently as a contained liquid (e.g., kegembiraan terpancar ‘joy is spurted out’). This suggests nuances between these happiness words in Indonesian.
Monash International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (MIPRS)
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- Computational Linguistics
- Linguistics not elsewhere classified
- Digital Humanities
- Open Software
- Computer Software
- Computer Software not elsewhere classified
- Data Communications
- Cognitive Science not elsewhere classified
- Indonesian Languages
- Language, Communication and Culture not elsewhere classified
- Linguistic Structures (incl. Grammar, Phonology, Lexicon, Semantics)
- Language Studies not elsewhere classified
Conceptual Metaphorsemotion metaphorshappiness metaphorsframe semanticsmetaphorical patterns analysismetanetConstruction GrammarCognitive LinguisticsCorpus Linguisticsquantitative corpus linguisticscollostructional analysismultiple distinctive collexeme analysisIndonesian metaphorsDistinctive Collexeme Analysisdistinctive collocates analysisrstatsTidyversereproducible researchIndonesian languageIndonesian linguisticsGitHub repositorypkgdownR programming languageR packagesmetaphorical profilestype-per-token ratio