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|Name:||Phoebe M. S. Lin|
|Institution:||Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Email:||click here to access email|
|State and/or Country:||Hong Kong|
|Specialty:||The use of phraseology and prosodic cues in the construction of spoken discourse (using Corpus Linguistics methodology)|
Lin, P.M.S. (forthcoming). The prosody of formulaic language: A corpus-based approach. London: Continuum.
Lin, P.M.S. (2014). Investigating the validity of internet television as a resource for acquiring L2 formulaic sequences. System, 42(1), 164-176. [a peer-reviewed and SSCI-indexed journal]
Lin, P.M.S. (2013). The prosody of idiomatic expressions in the IBM-Lancaster Spoken English Corpus. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 18(4), 561-588. [a peer-reviewed and AHCI/SSCI-indexed journal]
Lin, P.M.S. (2012). Sound Evidence: The missing piece of the jigsaw in formulaic language research. Applied Linguistics, 33(3), 342-347. [a peer-reviewed and SSCI-indexed journal]
Durrant, P. and Lin, P.M.S. (under review). Corpus frequency and native speaker intuition in the identification of community-based formulaic sequences. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. [a peer-reviewed and SSCI-indexed journal]
Lin, P. M. S., & Siyanova, A. (2014). Internet television for L2 vocabulary acquisition. In D. Nunan & J. C. Richards (Eds.), Language learning beyond the classroom. London: Routledge.
Adolphs, S. and Lin, P.M.S. (2011). Corpus Linguistics. In J. Simpson (ed.), The Routledge handbook of applied linguistics (pp. 591-610). London: Routledge.
Lin, P.M.S. (2010). The phonology of formulaic sequences: A review. In D. Wood (ed.), Perspectives on formulaic language in acquisition and communication (pp. 174-193). London: Continuum.
Lin, P.M.S. and Adolphs, S. (2009). Sound evidence: Phraseological units in spoken corpora. In A. Barfield and H. Gyllstad, (eds), Collocating in another language: multiple interpretations (pp. 34-48). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Lin, P.M.S. (2013). More than music to our ears: the value of the phonological interface in a comprehensive understanding of vocabulary acquisition and knowledge. In Archibald A.N. (ed.), Multilingual theory and practice in applied linguistics: Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, 6-8 September 2012, University of Southampton (pp. 155-158). London: Scitsiugnil Press.
Lin, P. M. S. (2014). Review of Götz (2013): “Fluency in Native and Nonnative English Speech”. In J. Romero-Trillo (Ed.), Yearbook of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics 2014. Dordrecht: Springer.
Lin, P.M.S. (2012). Review of Tsang (2009) (ed.): ‘Linguistics patterns in spontaneous speech’. Chinese Language and Discourse, 3(2), 295-300.
Lin, P.M.S. (2012). Review of Cohn, Fougeron and Huffman (2012): ‘The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology’ for The LINGUIST List.
Lin, P.M.S. (2012). Review of Herbst et al. (2011) (eds): ‘The phraseological view of language’ for The LINGUIST List.
Lin, P.M.S. (2009). Review of Wulff (2008): ‘Rethinking idiomaticity: A usage-based approach’ for the Linguist List.
Lin, P.M.S. (2009). Recent developments in research on phraseology in foreign language teaching and learning: Meunier, F. & Granger, S. (2008) (eds): ‘Phraseology in foreign language learning and teaching’. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 14(2), 255-269.
Lin, P.M.S. (2008). Review of Hughes (2006) (ed.): ‘Spoken English, TESOL and Applied Linguistics: Challenges for Theory and Practice’ for The LINGUIST List.
|Courses Taught:||Discourse analysis
Critical Discourse Analysis
Introduction to Linguistics
|Dissertation Abstract:||The Prosody of Formulaic Language|
The Phraseological View of Language
(LL Issue 23.2248)
Rethinking Idiomaticity (LL Issue 21.483)
Computational Methods for Corpus Annotation and Analysis (LL Issue 26.1303)
The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology (LL Issue 23.3617)
Spoken English, TESOL and Applied Linguistics (LL Issue 19.3843)
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