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‘have’의 의미 확장에 관한 연구 –

Title
‘have’의 의미 확장에 관한 연구 – 인지문법적 분석

Title
인지문법적 분석
Author
안효진
Advisor(s)
김일곤
Issue Date
2010-08
Publisher
한양대학교
Degree
Master
Abstract
Abstract A Cognitive Approach to the Meaning Extension of the English Verb have Ahn, Hyo Jin Dept. of English Language and Literature The Graduate School Hanyang University There have been many studies that have investigated the meaning of the English verb have, the ‘causative’ have and the ‘perfect’ have (see Huddleston and Pullum 2002; Quirk, Greenbaum, Leech and Svarttik 1985, etc.). Most of them have traditionally been analyzed as having their own meanings, not as having some relationship between them. The purpose of this thesis is to find out the relationship and explain the meaning extension of the English verb have under the framework of Cognitive Grammar (Langacker 1987, 1991a, 1991b). For this purpose, I have first captured the base meaning of the English verb have from its various meanings and discussed how this applies to the ‘causative’ have and the ‘perfect’ have. The organization of this thesis is as follows: In Chapter 1, I have mentioned the purpose of my thesis and introduced some basic notions of Cognitive Grammar. In Chapter 2, I have analyzed the previous studies on the verb ‘have’ in terms of meaning and pointed out some problems of them, all of which have facilitated a better understanding and analysis of the data employed in this thesis. In Chapter 3, I have posited the base meaning of the verb have. I then have examined how this base meaning can be extended spatially and abstractly. In Chapter 4, I have analyzed the verb have in the ‘causative’ construction from the point of the meaning extension. In Chapter 5, I have dealt with the perfect auxiliary verb have and the past participle also in terms of the meaning extension. Chapter 6 is the summary of this thesis. It may be said that this thesis has made a small contribution to the field of English semantics in that it has tried to relate the meaning of have in the ‘causative’ and ‘perfect’ constructions to the basic meaning of have, which is claimed by many linguists to be ‘possession’. In other words, the use of ‘causative’ have and that of ‘perfect’ have are closely related to the use of ‘possession’ have, which is claimed to be the base meaning underlining all the uses of have.
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https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/140879http://hanyang.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000414699
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