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Vol 29 (2017) What data are relevant to ethnolinguistic analyses? Abstract  PDF
Stanisława Niebrzegowska-Bartmińska
Vol 29 (2017) Why flowers are good and innocent. A few words on the linguistic-cultural view of flowers Abstract  PDF
Dorota Piekarczyk
Vol 29 (2017) The linguistic-cultural image of the Polish rak ‘crayfish’ Abstract  PDF
Maciej Rak
Vol 29 (2017) “Animals, they don’t sort of more shallowly pass away, they just die”. Animals in polish linguistic worldview and contemporary sciences Abstract  PDF
Anna Pajdzińska
Vol 28 (2016) Archeology of linguistic awareness of Poles and Russians. Comparative analysis of Polish and Russian associative dictionaries Abstract  PDF
Roman Gawarkiewicz
Vol 31 (2019) Linguistic views of friendship in Danish Abstract
Aleksander Kacprzak, Andrzej Szubert
Vol 31 (2019) Non-memory of genre, memory of stereotype. Axiological conversion in proverbs Abstract
Sebastian Wasiuta
Vol 31 (2019) The speaking subject in Jerzy Bartmiński’s Linguistic Worldview Program: A Cognitive Grammar perspective Abstract  PDF
Henryk Kardela, Anna Kędra-Kardela
Vol 31 (2019) How does history reside in memory and memory in language? Abstract
Wojciech Chlebda
Vol 29 (2017) Some aspects of snake euphemisms in Lithuanian names based on appearance, habitat, and behaviour Abstract  PDF
Marius Smetona
Vol 27 (2015) The polish bieda in language and culture Abstract
Ewa Młynarczyk
Vol 30 (2018) Remarks on the contribution of grammar to linguistic worldview Abstract  PDF
Renata Grzegorczykowa
Vol 32 (2020) What do we have in common; what makes us different? The stereotype of home/house in Polish, Serbian, and Russian Abstract
Dorota Pazio-Wlazłowska, Ivana Lazić-Konjik, Stana Ristić
Vol 30 (2018) Linguistic worldview in multilingual groups as an indicator of developing a communal identity: The case of Esperanto Abstract  PDF
Ida Stria
Vol 25 (2013) The (ETHNO)EUROJOS research project vis-à-vis the research programme of Lublin cognitive ethnolinguistics Abstract
Stanisława Niebrzegowska-Bartmińska
Vol 30 (2018) The neuter in language and neutrality in literature as a signal of linguistic otherness? Abstract  PDF
Eliza Pieciul-Karmińska
Vol 30 (2018) Cognitive equivalence: Grammaticalization of concepts and the linguistic worldview Abstract  PDF
Dorota Elżbieta Filar, Przemysław Łozowski
Vol 30 (2018) Cognitive ethnolinguistics from Lublin and cultural linguistics in the English-speaking context. Selected issues Abstract  PDF
Adam Głaz
Vol 27 (2015) The need for textual evidence in reconstructing linguistic pictures of conceptual categories Abstract  PDF
Przemysław Łozowski, Anna Włodarczyk-Stachurska
Vol 32 (2020) The concept of justice (pravda) in Croatian Abstract
Amir Kapetanović
Vol 31 (2019) The linguistic view of a dehumanized world: the mentally ill in Elfriede Jelinek’s Die Klavierspielerin and its translation into Polish by Ryszard Turczyn Abstract
Joanna Maria Kubaszczyk
Vol 31 (2019) Multimodality of communication from the philogenetic perspective Abstract
Ewa Boksa
Vol 29 (2017) W poszukiwaniu zapomnianych symboli i wartości w lesie, na polu i łące: Donald Charles Watts, Elsevier’s Dictionary of Plant Lore, Amsterdam Elsevier, 2007, ix + 471 s.  PDF
Przemysław Łozowski
Vol 25 (2013) The segmentation of the week in the awareness of contemporary Poles Abstract
Joanna Szadura
Vol 25 (2013) The associative aspect of the Serbian concept of SLOBODA (wolność) Abstract
Marcin Grygiel
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