Applied Corpus Linguistics: A Multidimensional Perspective (Language and Computers Studies in Practical Linguistics Series, 52)

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The papers in this collection were chosen from the 52 papers and 12 posters originally presented at a symposium on corpus linguistics and language teaching held in November 2002 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Fifteen selections are organized into two sections on analyses of spoken and written language corpora and pedagogical applications of corpora. A sampling of topics: using a corpus to examine vague categorization and shared knowledge, the use of intonation to assert dominance and control, vocabulary-based ...
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The papers in this collection were chosen from the 52 papers and 12 posters originally presented at a symposium on corpus linguistics and language teaching held in November 2002 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Fifteen selections are organized into two sections on analyses of spoken and written language corpora and pedagogical applications of corpora. A sampling of topics: using a corpus to examine vague categorization and shared knowledge, the use of intonation to assert dominance and control, vocabulary-based discourse units in university registers, computer learner corpus research, student use of large corpora to investigate language change, and the Montclair electronic language database project. No subject index. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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'Like the wise virgins and all that jazz' : using a corpus to examine vague categorisation and shared knowledge 1
A corpus-driven analysis of the use of intonation to assert dominance and control 21
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A corpus liguistic investigation of vocabulary-based discourse units in university registers 53
Formulating writer stance : a contrastive study of EFL learner corpora 73
Using corpus linguistics to investigate class, ideology, and discursive practices in online political discussions 91
Computer learner corpus research : current status and future prospects 123
Concordancing and corpora for K-12 teachers : project MORE 147
Units of meaning, parallel corpora, and their implications for language teaching 171
Making the Web more useful as a source for liguistic corpora 191
Student use of large corpora to investigate language change 207
The Montclair electronic language database project 223
Bridging the gap between applied corpus linguistics and the reality of English language teaching in Germany 239
Top-down and bottom-up approaches to corpora in language teaching 251
Towards an instrument for the assessment of the development of writing skills 267
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