Patterns, meaningful units and specialized discourses

Special Issue of International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 13:3 (2008)

Editors
ORCID logoUte Römer | University of Michigan
ORCID logoRainer Schulze | Leibniz University of Hanover
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: Patterns, meaningful units and specialized discourses
Rainer Schulze and Ute Römer
265–270
Articles
Starting with the small words: Patterns, lexis and semantic sequences
Susan Hunston
271–295
Emphasizers in spoken and written academic discourse: The case of really
Giuliana Diani
296–321
The ‘terroridiom’ principle between spoken and written discourse
Denise Milizia and Cinzia Giacinta Spinzi
322–350
N-grams in comparable specialized corpora: Perspectives on phraseology, translation, and pedagogy
Pierfranca Forchini and Amanda Murphy
351–367
From phraseology to culture: Qualifying adjectives in the language of tourism
Elena Manca
368–385
Software and Corpus Review
“From corpus to query and back again” The Survey of English Usage and ICECUP paradigm
Reviewed by Matthew Brook O'Donnell
387–401
Subjects