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Here are some tips regarding how to make references in CogLing.

MonographsEdit

For reference to a monograph, use the template for reference to books. It has the following configuration:

{{rb|author(s)|title|place|publisher}}.

For reference to The Body in the mind: the bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination, and Reason by Mark Johnson, published in 1987 by Chicago University Press, you should do this:

{{rb|Johnson, Mark|1987|The Body in the Mind: the Bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination, and Reason|Chicago|Chicago University Press}}

That will produce this:

  • Johnson, Mark (1987). The Body in the Mind: the Bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination, and Reason. Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Articles in journalsEdit

For reference to an article in a journal, use the template for reference to articles in journals. It has the following configuration:

{{rj|author(s)|year|title|journal|issue|pages}}

For reference to Anatol Stefanowitsch and Stefan Th. Gries's article "Covarying collexemes", which was published in 2005 in the first issue of Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory on pages 1-43, you should do this:

{{rj|Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries|2005|Covarying collexemes|Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory|1|1-43}}

That will produce this:

  • Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch (2005). "Covarying collexemes". Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 1. 1-43.

Articles in edited workEdit

For reference to an article or paper in an edited work, use the template for reference to articles edited works. It has the following configuration:

{{re|author(s)|year|title|editor(s)|title|place|publisher|pages}}

For reference to William A. Croft and Esther J. Wood's paper "Construal operations in linguistics and artificial intelligence", which was published in in 2000 in Meaning and Cognition: a Multidisciplinary Approach on pages 1-43, edited by Lilana Albertazzi and published by John Benjamins you should do this:

{{re|Croft, William A. & Esther J. Wood|2000|Construal operations in linguistics and artificial intelligence|Liliana Albertazzi|Meaning and Cognition: a Multidisciplinary Approach|Amsterdam|John Benjamins|51-78}}

That will produce this:

  • Croft, William A. & Esther J. Wood (2000). "Construal operations in linguistics and artificial intelligence". In Liliana Albertazzi, ed. Meaning and Cognition: a Multidisciplinary Approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 51-78.

Specific reference templatesEdit

Many works that are specifically important to cognitive linguistics will appear often in bibliographies in cogLing, as will introductory material. Such works have their own specific templates and tags, which you will find listed[[CogLing:List of specific reference template|here]. For example George Lakoff's 1987-book from Chicago Univeristy Press, Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things: What Categories Reveal about the Mind, is one of the most important publications within the scientific community of cognitive linguistics. It has its own template in CogLing and its own tag. The tag is {{wfdt}}. Friedrich Ungerer and Hans-Jörg Schmid's 1996-book An Introduction to Cognitive Linguistics published by Longman' appears on several bibliographies in CogLing. It also has its own template and tag. The tag is {{U&S}}. The tags produce the following respectively:

  • Lakoff, George (1987). Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things: What Categories Reveal about the Mind. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
  • Ungerer, Friedrich & Hans-Jörg Schmid (1996). An Introduction to Cognitive Linguistics. London: Longman.

Assembling a bibiolgraphyEdit

We can now assemble a bibliography consisting of the items we have used as examples. To do it simply list all the references one after another (remember or order it alphabetically in accordance with the author's surname) like this:

{{re|Croft, William A. & Esther J. Wood|2000|Construal operations in linguistics and artificial intelligence|Liliana Albertazzi|Meaning and Cognition: a Multidisciplinary Approach|Amsterdam|John Benjamins|51-78}}
{{rj|Gries, Stefan Th. & Anatol Stefanowitsch|2005|Covarying collexemes|Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory|1|1-43}}
{{rb|Johnson, Mark|1987|The Body in the Mind: the Bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination, and Reason|Chicago|Chicago University Press}}

{{wfdt}}
{{U&S}}

That will automatically produce a nice bulleted bibliography:

  • Croft, William A. & Esther J. Wood (2000). "Construal operations in linguistics and artificial intelligence". In Liliana Albertazzi, ed. Meaning and Cognition: a Multidisciplinary Approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 51-78.
  • Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Stefan Th. Gries (2005). "Covarying collexemes". Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 1. 1-43.
  • Johnson, Mark (1987). The Body in the Mind: the Bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination, and Reason. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
  • Lakoff, George (1987). Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things: What Categories Reveal about the Mind. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
  • Ungerer, Friedrich & Hans-Jörg Schmid (1996). An Introduction to Cognitive Linguistics. London: Longman.
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