Metaphor:ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR

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Name Gloss ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR
Name Transcription
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ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR

Description
Metaphor Level General
Metaphor Type Composed/complex
Experiential Basis
Source Frame War
Roles:battlefield, enemy_attack, generals, army, enemy_combatants, weapons, war_strategies, civilians, victory, enemy_conquest, fighting, side1, side2
Target Frame Addressing social problems
Roles:social_problem, society, problem_solvers, solving_actions, authorities, public_officials, immoral_citizens, honest_citizens, social_programs, extent_of_problem


Mappings:

society <= battlefield
social_problem <= enemy_attack
authorities <= generals
public_officials <= army
immoral_citizens <= enemy_combatants
police_weapons <= weapons
social_programs <= war_strategies
honest_citizens <= civilians
solving_problem <= victory
spread_of_problem <= enemy_conquest
power_to_solve_problems <= power_of_weapons

Related Metaphors:

Current Metaphor ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR
Relation Type has as transitive subpart 1
Related Metaphor DISEASE TREATMENT IS WAR
Description
Current Metaphor ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR
Relation Type has as transitive subpart 2
Related Metaphor SOCIAL PROBLEMS ARE DISEASES
Description
Current Metaphor ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR
Relation Type is both a source and target subcase of
Related Metaphor NEGATIVELY EVALUATED CONDITIONS ARE HARMFUL AGENTS
Description

Entailments:

Target Entailment attempts to address social problems can have different outcomes: the problem may be eliminated, stay the same, or get worse.
Source Inference
Type of Inferential Structure wars can have different outcomes: a particular side may win, draw, or lose.
Entailed Metaphor(s) SUCESSFULLY ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WINNING A WAR

Examples:

Example Text: The most powerful weapon in the war against obesity might be something we all understand: cold, hard cash.
Transcription:
English Translation:
Provenance: http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidmaris/2012/05/07/cash-as-weapon-in-the-war-against-obesity/
Annotation:
Comments:
Example Text: How America's losing the war on poverty
Transcription:
English Translation:
Provenance: http://www.npr.org/2012/08/04/158141728/how-americas-losing-the-war-on-poverty
Annotation:
Comments: entailment of general metaphor: inability to address social problems is losing the war

Graph of related metaphors:

digraph meta4tggrph { rankdir="BT" n1 [label="Addressing poverty" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Addressing_poverty" fontsize="10.0" ]; n2 [label="Addressing social problems" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Addressing_social_problems" fontsize="10.0" penwidth=2 style="filled" fillcolor="lightgray" ];

n1 -> n2 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n3 [label="Causation" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Causation" fontsize="10.0" ];

n2 -> n3 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n4 [label="Social problems" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Social_problems" fontsize="10.0" ];

n2 -> n4 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; n5 [label="Governing action" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Governing_action" fontsize="10.0" ];

n2 -> n5 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; }

digraph meta4graph { rankdir="BT" n1 [label="ADDRESSING GUN VIOLENCE IS WAGING WAR" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Metaphor:ADDRESSING_GUN_VIOLENCE_IS_WAGING_WAR" fontsize="10.0" shape="box"]; n2 [label="ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Metaphor:ADDRESSING_SOCIAL_PROBLEMS_IS_WAGING_WAR" fontsize="10.0" shape="box"penwidth=2 style="filled" fillcolor="lightgray" ];

n1 -> n2 [label = "is a target subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n3 [label="ADDRESSING POVERTY IS WAGING WAR" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Metaphor:ADDRESSING_POVERTY_IS_WAGING_WAR" fontsize="10.0" shape="box"];

n3 -> n2 [label = "is a target subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n4 [label="DISEASE TREATMENT IS WAR" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Metaphor:DISEASE_TREATMENT_IS_WAR" fontsize="10.0" shape="box"];

n2 -> n4 [label = "has as transitive subpart 1" fontsize="8.0" color="purple" ]; n5 [label="SOCIAL PROBLEMS ARE DISEASES" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Metaphor:SOCIAL_PROBLEMS_ARE_DISEASES" fontsize="10.0" shape="box"];

n2 -> n5 [label = "has as transitive subpart 2" fontsize="8.0" color="purple" ]; n6 [label="NEGATIVELY EVALUATED CONDITIONS ARE HARMFUL AGENTS" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Metaphor:NEGATIVELY_EVALUATED_CONDITIONS_ARE_HARMFUL_AGENTS" fontsize="10.0" shape="box"];

n2 -> n6 [label = "is both a source and target subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; }

digraph meta4srcgrph { rankdir="BT" n1 [label="War" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:War" fontsize="10.0" penwidth=2 style="filled" fillcolor="lightgray" ]; n2 [label="Physical competition" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Physical_competition" fontsize="10.0" ];

n1 -> n2 [label = "is subcase of" fontsize="8.0" color="magenta" ]; n3 [label="Physical combat" URL="/pub/en/index.php/Frame:Physical_combat" fontsize="10.0" ];

n1 -> n3 [label = "makes use of" fontsize="8.0" color="green" ]; }

Entailmentattempts to address social problems can have different outcomes: the problem may be eliminated, stay the same, or get worse. (?, wars can have different outcomes: a particular side may win, draw, or lose., SUCESSFULLY ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WINNING A WAR) +
ExampleEnglish (The most powerful weapon in the war against obesity might be something we all understand: cold, hard cash., ?, ?, http://www.forbes.com/sites/davidmaris/2012/05/07/cash-as-weapon-in-the-war-against-obesity/, ?, ?, ?) + and English (How America's losing the war on poverty, ?, ?, http://www.npr.org/2012/08/04/158141728/how-americas-losing-the-war-on-poverty, ?, entailment of general metaphor: inability to address social problems is losing the war, ?) +
Has source frameFrame:War +
Has target frameFrame:Addressing social problems +
Mappingsociety (battlefield, ?) +, social_problem (enemy_attack, ?) +, authorities (generals, ?) +, public_officials (army, ?) +, immoral_citizens (enemy_combatants, ?) +, police_weapons (weapons, ?) +, social_programs (war_strategies, ?) +, honest_citizens (civilians, ?) +, solving_problem (victory, ?) +, spread_of_problem (enemy_conquest, ?) + and power_to_solve_problems (power_of_weapons, ?) +
Metaphor.AliasADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR (?) +
Metaphor.Investigated forEnglish +
Metaphor.LevelGeneral +
Metaphor.Source frameFrame:War +
Metaphor.Target frameFrame:Addressing social problems +
Metaphor.TypeComposed/complex +
Related metaphorhas as transitive subpart 1 (DISEASE TREATMENT IS WAR, ?) +, has as transitive subpart 2 (SOCIAL PROBLEMS ARE DISEASES, ?) + and is both a source and target subcase of (NEGATIVELY EVALUATED CONDITIONS ARE HARMFUL AGENTS, ?) +
Has subobject
"Has subobject" is a predefined property representing a container construct that allows to accumulate property-value assignments similar to that of a normal wiki page.
Metaphor:ADDRESSING SOCIAL PROBLEMS IS WAGING WAR#Is_example_of +