Corpus Analysis: Language Structure and Language Use
The papers published in this volume were originally presented at the Third North American Symposium on Corpus Linguistics and Language Teaching held on 23-25 March 2001 at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. Each paper analyses some aspect of language use or structure in one or more of the many linguistic corpora now available. The number of different corpora investigated in the book is a real testament to the progress that has been made in recent years in developing new corpora, particularly spoken corpora, as over half of the papers deal either wholly or partially with the analysis of spoken data. This book will be of particular interest to undergraduate and graduate students and scholars interested in corpus, socio and applied linguistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics, and language teaching.
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Socialisation into and
Registerspecificity of Signalling Nouns in Discourse
Linguistic Dimensions of Direct Mail Letters
GenderBased Variation in NineteenthCentury English
The Grammar of Stance in Early EighteenthCentury
Stance Differences in American and
Vocatives in Casual Conversations
Situational Variation in Intonational Strategies
On the Radical Difference between the Subject Personal
The World Wide Web as Linguistic Corpus
Comparing Alternate Complements of Object Control
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