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Chinese language and Fruits

Hsieh, S. C., 2019 Apr, The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Applied Linguistics. Huang, C-R., Zhuo, J-S. & Meisterernst, B. (eds.). Hong Kong: Routledge, p. 92-104

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2016

Conclusion

Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 195-197 3 p.

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language
linguistics
cultural studies
Language
learning

Dragon and Phoenix metaphors in political and economic discourse

Tsai, P. W. L. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 135-160 26 p.

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metaphor
animal
discourse
newspaper
economics

Euphemisms in animal-fixed expressions in Mandarin Chinese

Yang, A. Y. Y. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 93-108 16 p.

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animal
eating habits
VIP
occupation
rating
1 Citation (Scopus)

Food metaphors in Taiwan Hakka

Lin, C. Y. H. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 7-20 14 p.

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metaphor
Taiwan
food
interpersonal relation
dictionary
1 Citation (Scopus)

Fruit and some plant vehicles in Mandarin Chinese, English and German

Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 37-61 25 p.

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language
mass media
dictionary
cognition
animal

How do men and women express emotion differently

Wang, M. R. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 65-73 9 p.

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emotion
happiness
experience
semantics
Emotion

How do Taiwanese second-language learners learn English body part metonymy

Scott, E. M. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 177-193 17 p.

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comprehension
language
Berlin
linguistics
psycholinguistics

Introduction

Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 1-3 3 p.

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emotion
animal
food
human being
language

Pragmatic functions of Hakka proverbs: Humor, praise and food

Huang, T. S. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 21-36 16 p.

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humor
pragmatics
food
irony
artifact

Prototype effects and cultural implications of Hakka proverbs

Huang, T. S. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 161-175 15 p.

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semantic change
metaphor
lexicology
animal
language

Taboos in animal fixed expressions in Mandarin Chinese

Yang, A. Y. Y. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 75-92 18 p.

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semantic change
animal
politeness
censorship
middle class

The punchlines of jokes about women in Italian, English, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese

Lovo, N. & Hsieh, S. C., 2016 Jan 1, Embodiment in Language (II): Food, Emotion and Beyond. Springer Singapore, p. 111-133 23 p.

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joke
language
humor
Italian language
Mandarin Chinese
2013
2 Citations (Scopus)

Compositionality in plant fixed expressions

Hsieh, S. C., Lien, C. & Meier, S., 2013 Jan 1, The Compositionality of Meaning and Content: Volume II: Applications to Linguistics, Psychology and Neuroscience. de Gruyter, p. 107-122 16 p.

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Compositionality
Fixed Expressions