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1st pub.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
xv, 294 s. ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-0-521-54736-9 (brož.)
Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 259-291 a rejstřík
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Preface // 1 What is corpus linguistics? // 1.1 Introduction // 1.2 Mode of communication // 1.3 Corpus-based versus corpus-driven linguistics // 1.4 Data collection regimes // 1.5 Annotated versus unannotated corpora // 1.6 Total accountability versus data selection // 1.7 Monolingual versus multilingual corpora // 1.8 Summary Further reading Practical activities Questions for discussion // 2 Accessing and analysing corpus data // 2.1 Introduction // 2.2 Are corpora the answer to all research questions in linguistics? // 2.3 Corpus annotation // 2.4 Introducing concordances // 2.5 A historical overview of corpus analysis tools // 2.6 Statistics in corpus linguistics // 2.7 Summary Further reading Practical activities Questions for discussion // 3 The web. laws and ethics // 3.1 Introduction // 3.2 The web and legal issues // 3.3 Ethical issues // 3.4 Summary Further reading Practical activity Questions for discussion // 4 English Corpus Linguistics 71 // 4.1 Introduction 71 // 4.2 University College London (UCL) 74 // 4.3 Lancaster University 76 // 4.4 University of Birmingham 79 // 4.5 Universitě Catholique de Louvain 81 // 4.6 University of Nottingham 84 // 4.7 Northern Arizona University and the USA 88 // 4.8 Summary 91 //
Further reading 91 // Practical activities 92 // Questions for discussion 92 // 5 Corpus-based studies of synchronic and diachronic // variation 94 // 5.1 Introduction 94 // 5.2 Diachronic change from Old English to Modern English 94 // 5.3 Diachronic variation in contemporary Modern English 96 // 5.4 The multi-dimensional approach to variation 104 // 5.5 Corpora and variationist sociolinguistics 115 // 5.6 Summary 1 18 // Further reading 119 // Practical activities 119 // Questions for discussion 120 // 6 Neo-Firthian corpus linguistics 122 // 6.1 Introduction 122 // 6.2 Collocation 122 // 6.3 Discourse 13.3 // 6.4 Semantic prosody and semantic preference 135 // 6.5 Lexis and grammar 142 // 6.6 Corpus-as-lheory versus corpus-as-mcihod 147 // 6.7 Summary: Sinclair’s contribution to corpus linguistics 162 // Further reading 164 // Practical activities 164 // Questions for discussion 165 // 7 Corpus methods and functionalist linguistics 167 // 7.1 Introduction 167 // 7.2 Functionalism in linguistics: a brief overview 168 // 7.3 Corpus-based research from a functionalist perspective 171 // 7.4 Corpora and typology 176 // 7.5 Corpora and cognitive approaches to linguistics 179 // 7.6 Corpora in the analysis of metaphor 185 // 7.7 Summary 188 // Further reading 189 // Practical activities 189 // Questions for discussion 191 // 8 The convergence of corpus linguistics, psycholinguistics and functionalist linguistics 192 // 8.1 Introduction 192 // 8.2 Corpus methods and psycholinguistics 193
// 8.3 The convergence of nco-Firthian corpus linguistics and // functionalist linguistics 210 // 8.4 Summary 221 // Further reading 222 // Practical activities 223 // Questions for discussion 224 // 9 Conclusion 225 // 9.1 Introduction 225 // 9.2 The story of corpus linguistics, from past to future 225 // 9.3 Revisiting old friends: computational linguistics 227 // 9.4 The tcxtually mediated world: the humanities and social sciences 230 // 9.5 The challenge ahead: integrating corpora with new methods in // linguistics 233 // 9.6 The final word 236 // Glossary 238 // Notes 254 // References 259 // Index 292

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