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Volume 32, Issue 1
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Abstract

Resumen

Este estudio presenta el análisis de las metáforas conceptuales producidas en el discurso de afectados de esquizofrenia y profesionales relacionados con dicho trastorno mental. La investigación permite distinguir y comparar subgrupos coherentes de estos colectivos en el corpus de trabajo e interpretar modelos subyacentes de conceptualización de la enfermedad. El corpus analizado consiste en tres documentales que recogen relatos en primera persona. Se han clasificado cuantitativa y cualitativamente las expresiones metafóricas de los intervinientes y se han inferido conjuntos de ideas y creencias a la luz de la teoría de la metáfora conceptual, un marco teórico bien establecido en la lingüística cognitiva. Las conclusiones muestran los principales patrones de conceptualización de la enfermedad por parte de afectados vinculados a programas de rehabilitación social, afectados no vinculados a ellos, psiquiatras, y otros profesionales relacionados con la salud mental, así como similitudes y diferencias relevantes entre dichos grupos.

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