ONYSKO Alexander

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Pubblicazioni per tipologia

Articolo su rivista
  • Alexander Onysko (2014), Figurative processes in meaning interpretation: A case study of novel English compounds in YEARBOOK OF THE GERMAN COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS ASSOCIATION, vol. 2, pp. 69-88 (ISSN 2197-2796)
    Link DOIURL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661802
  • Alexander Onysko; Marcus Callies; Eva Ogiermann (2013), Gender variation of anglicisms in German: The influence of cognitive factors and regional varieties in POZNAN STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY LINGUISTICS, vol. 49, pp. 103-139 (ISSN 1897-7499)
    Link DOIURL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661804
  • Alexander Onysko; Marta Degani (2012), Introducing a project on the role of bilingualism in English and Te Reo Māori for New Zealand English in LINGUISTIC AGENCY. SERIES A, GENERAL & THEORETICAL PAPERS., vol. 781, pp. 1-18 (ISSN 1435-6473)
    URL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661805
  • Esme Winter-Froemel; Alexander Onysko (2011), Necessary loans – luxury loans? Exploring the pragmatic dimension of borrowing in JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS, vol. 43, pp. 1550-1567 (ISSN 0378-2166)
    Link DOIURL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661806
Recensione in rivista
  • Alexander Onysko (2014), Review of Researching and Applying Metaphors in the Real World in JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS, vol. 67, pp. 107-111 (ISSN 0378-2166)
    Link al documento: 10278/3661766
  • Alexander Onysko (2013), Review of Cognitive Pragmatics in JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS, vol. 51, pp. 40-46 (ISSN 0378-2166)
    Link al documento: 10278/3661767
Articolo su libro
  • Alexander Onysko (2015), Māori English on the background of cultural and linguistic contact in Aotearoa – New Zealand , Contact and Conflict in English Studies, Peter Lang, pp. 33-56 (ISBN 978-3-631-66044-7)
    Link al documento: 10278/3661801
  • Egon Stemle; Alexander Onysko (2015), The role of transfer in automated L1 identification of English learner essays , Transfer Effects in Multilingual Language Development, John Benjamins, pp. 297-321 (ISBN 9789027214171)
    Link DOIURL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661813
  • Alexander Onysko; Marta Degani (2014), Finding a wooden jandal in the jandal wood: The role of bilingualism for the interpretation of headedness in novel English compounds , Multilingual Cognition and Language Use: Processing and Typological Perspectives, John Benjamins, pp. 309-332 (ISBN 9789027223982)
    Link DOIURL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661803
  • Alexander Onysko; Marta Degani (2014), Listening to a voice canoe: Differences in meaning association between Māori bilingual and Pākehā monolingual speakers , He Hiringa, He Pūmanawa – Studies on the Māori Language: In Honour of Ray Harlow, Wellington, Huia Publishers, pp. 179-210 (ISBN 9781775501657)
    URL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661812
  • Esme Winter-Froemel; Alexander Onysko; Andreea Calude (2014), Why some non-catachrestic borrowings are more successful than others: A case study of English loans in German , Language Contact Around the Globe, Peter Lang, pp. 119-145 (ISBN 978-3-631-62889-8)
    URL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661810
  • Alexander Onysko; Andreea Calude (2013), Comparing the usage of Māori loans in spoken and written New Zealand English: A case study of Maori, Pakeha, and Kiwi , New Perspectives on Lexical Borrowing: Onomasiological, Methodological, and Phraseological Innovations, De Gruyter, pp. 143-170 (ISBN 978-1-61451-430-5)
    Link DOIURL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661811
  • Marta Degani; Alexander Onysko (2012), Giving voice to local cultures: Reflections on the notion of ‘dialect’ in the English Dialect Dictionary , English Dictionaries as Cultural Mines, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 55-72 (ISBN 1443836478)
    URL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661807
  • Marcus Callies; Alexander Onysko; Eva Ogiermann (2012), Investigating gender variation of English loanwords in German , The Anglicization of European Lexis, John Benjamins, pp. 65-89 (ISBN 9789027211958)
    Link DOIURL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661809
  • Esme Winter-Froemel; Alexander Onysko (2012), Proposing a pragmatic distinction for lexical anglicisms , The Anglicization of European Lexis, John Benjamins, pp. 43-64 (ISBN 9789027211958)
    URL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661808
Curatela
  • (a cura di) Alexander Onysko, Marta Degani, Jeanette King (2014), He Hiringa, He Pūmanawa – Studies on the Māori Language: In Honour of Ray Harlow in Alexander Onysko, Marta Degani, Jeanette King, Wellington, Huia Publishers (ISBN 9781775501657)
    URL correlato Link al documento: 10278/3661758