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Abstract

In this study on food terminology and culture, Frame-based Terminology Theory (FBT) ( Faber 2012 , 2015 ) was combined with corpus analysis to explore the use of culture-specific terms in the food categories of bread and rice. For the sake of comparison, ( Levinson and Burenhult 2009 ; Burenhult 2008 ) were formulated for , , and , as a kind of cultural frame to highlight the relatedness of these categories, based on the actions that were most frequently linked to them in our corpus. For this purpose, an FBT semantic analysis of these terms in a general language corpus was combined with an analysis of their cultural contexts in the literary work of authors such as Sandra Cisneros, Najat El Hachmi, Chimamanda Adichie, and others. The situations portrayed in their novels reflect the cultural embeddedness of food and its communicative value.

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