books

Books about Lakoff:

booksSummary of Don't Think of an Elephant! : Know Your Values and Frame the Debate - George Lakoff by Capitol Reader (Jun 21, 2013)

booksLakoff for sexuality educators: the power and magic of "framing".(George Lakoff, "Think of an Elephant: Know Your... by Deborah M. Roffman (Apr 4, 2006)

booksMetaphor and the Sapir-Whorf-Hypothesis: An Attempt to Explore and Integrate the Theory of Metaphor by Lakoff... by Christoph Burger (Mar 18, 2010)

booksDarstellung Der Kognitiven Metapherntheorie Von Lakoff Und Johnson in Ausfuhrlicher Abgrenzung Und Wertung Zu... by Lukas Geiger (Oct 2, 2013)

booksMetaphors We Live By (text only) 1st (First) edition by G. Lakoff,M. Johnson by M. Johnson G. Lakoff (1980)

booksDon't Think of an Elephant: Know Your Values and Frame the Debate 1st (first) Printing Edition by George Lakoff... (0100)

booksby Lakoff, George The Political Mind: Why You Can't Understand 21st-Century American Politics with an 18th-Century... (1000)

movies

Movies about Lakoff:

moviesHow Democrats and Progressives Can Win: Solutions from George Lakoff 2004 - Runtime: 25 mins Starring: DON'T THINK OF AN ELEPHANT: KNOW YOUR VALUES George Lakoff. This dvd is a complement to the book, et al.

moviesAmerican Blackout - also included How Democrats and Progressives Can Win: Solutions From George Lakoff -

moviesHow Democrats & Progressives Can Win: Solutions from George Lakoff -

wiki

Wiki information Lakoff:

George Lakoff
Professor, Person or entity appearing in film, Person, Author, Academic, Organization founder, Influence Node

George P. Lakoff is an American cognitive linguist, best known for his thesis that lives of individuals are significantly influenced by the central metaphors they use to explain complex phenomena. The metaphor thesis, introduced in his 1980 book...

Robin Lakoff
Professor, Author, Person, Award Winner

Robin Tolmach Lakoff is a professor of linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley. Her 1975 book Language and Woman's Place is often credited with establishing language and gender as an object of study in linguistics and other disciplines.