Patterns, meaningful units and specialized discourses

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

Editors
| University of Michigan
| 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 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