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Title: English Corpus Linguistics: Looking back, Moving forward
Subtitle: Papers from the 30th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (ICAME 30). Lancaster, UK, 27-31 May 2009.
Edited By: Sebastian Hoffmann
Paul Rayson
Geoffrey N. Leech
URL: http://www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?BookId=LC+74
Series Title: Language and Computers Vol. 74
Description:

This book showcases sixteen papers from the landmark 30th conference of
the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English (ICAME)
held at Lancaster University in May 2009. The theme of the book ‘looking
back, moving forward’ follows that of the conference where participants
reflected on the extraordinary growth of corpus linguistics over three decades
as well as looking ahead to yet further developments in the future. A separate
volume, appearing as an e-publication in the VARIENG series from the
University of Helsinki focuses on the methodological and historical
dimensions of corpus linguistics.

This volume features papers on present-day English and the recent history of
English via the increasing availability of corpora covering the last hundred
years or so of the language. Contributors to the volume study numerous
topics and datasets including recent diachronic change, regional and new
Englishes, learner corpora, Academic written English, parallel and translation
corpora, corpora of popular music pop lyrics and computer-mediated
communication. Overall the volume represents the state of the art in English
corpus linguistics and a peek into the future directions for the field.


Table of contents:
Sebastian Hoffmann, Paul Rayson and Geoffrey Leech: Introduction: English
corpus linguistics – looking back, moving forward
Marcus Callies: The grammaticalization and pragmaticalization of cleft
constructions in Present-Day English
Signe Oksefjell Ebeling and Paul Wickens: Interpersonal themes and author
stance in student writing
Thomas Egan: "Through" seen through the looking glass of translation
equivalence: A proposed method for determining closeness of word senses
Sara Gesuato: Semantic patterns of "HAVE been to V": Corpus data and
elicited data
Marianne Hundt and Stefanie Dose: Differential change in British and
American English: Comparing pre- and post-war data
Rolf Kreyer: “Love is like a stove – it burns you when it’s hot”: A corpus-
linguistic view on the (non-)creative use of love-related metaphors in pop
songs
Susan Nacey: Scare quotes in Norwegian L2 English and British English
Soili Nokkonen: NEED TO and the domain of Business in spoken British
English
Svetla Rogatcheva: Perfect problems: A corpus-based comparison of the
perfect in Bulgarian and German EFL writing
Sylvi Rørvik: Thematic progression in learner language
Juhani Rudanko: The transitive "into –ing" construction in early twentieth-
century American English, with evidence from the "TIME Corpus"
Anke Schulz and Elke Teich: The secret life of the negative: An investigation
of polarity and modality in a corpus of newsgroup texts
Paula Suoniemi: Variation in the progressive in World Englishes: Some
preliminary findings
Turo Vartiainen: Telicity and the premodifying "ing"-participle in English
Elaine W. Vine and Paul Warren: Corpus, coursebook and psycholinguistic
evidence on use and concept: The case of category ambiguity
Janina Werner and Joybrato Mukherjee: Highly polysemous verbs in New
Englishes: A corpus-based pilot study
of Sri Lankan and Indian English

Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Rodopi
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Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
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Versions:
Format: Electronic
ISBN-13: 9789401207478
Pages: 272
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Format: Hardback
ISBN-13: 9789042034662
Pages: 272
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