Converging Evidence: Methodological and theoretical issues for linguistic research

Converging Evidence: Methodological and theoretical issues for linguistic research

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Converging Evidence: Methodological and theoretical issues for linguistic research by Doris Schonefeld

The volume argues for the use of multi-methodological strategies in linguistic research. In its lead chapter, in addition, the thorny issue of phenomenological pluralism is explored in detail. From a usage-based perspective, the individual chapters demonstrate methodological pluralism in the investigation of meaning, language acquisition, and discourse. The chapters report on studies in which the use of corpus data is combined with other methodological tools, e.g. experimentally elicited findings, showing how introspection and the analysis of performance data go hand in hand to provide empirical support for researchers’ hypotheses. Some of the authors inspire the discussion in usage-based linguistics, proposing innovative methods of analysis. Others adopt such methods and combine them in original ways. The cutting-edge studies presented in this volume should be of great interest to scholars and students of cognitive and corpus linguistics who want to familiarize themselves with recent methodological advances and their applications in the field.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789027223876
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Publication date: 11/30/2011
Series: Human Cognitive Processing Series , #33
Pages: 362
Product dimensions: 6.46(w) x 9.65(h) x (d)

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