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2004 Towards a holistic, socio-cognitive model of explaining semasiological change.
newspaper > paper) (or is it just a case of semasiological change in paper?
within the frame of semasiological changes, offers a catalog of motives, of which the following can also be extended to the onomasiological perspective, namely sociocultural change, close conceptual or factual relation, complexity and irregularity in the lexicon, emotionally marked concepts.
Some of these motives might be familiar to the reader from semasiological works, such as "referential fuzziness" and logical-formal motives, but this should not surprise us, since one possible way of denoting an object is taking an already existing word and using it in a new way.