The Bootcamp Discourse and Beyond

Special Issue of International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 15:3 (2010)

Editor
| University of Nottingham
[International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 15:3]  2010.  ca. 140 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editor's note
317
Obituary: In memory of Stig Johansson
Hilde Hasselgård
319–321
Introduction. The Bootcamp Discourse and Beyond
Caty Worlock Pope
323–325
Articles
Corpus linguistics and theoretical linguistics: A love–hate relationship? Not necessarily…
Stefan Th. Gries
327–343
“The painting is where the paint is not”: Reflections on the “Bootcamp Debate”
Bill Louw
344–353
Our brave new world?
Wolfgang Teubert
354–358
The game I’m interested in
Christopher Tribble
359–362
Structure in Linguistics
Linas Vepstas
363–369
Corpus linguistics versus corpus dogmatism — pace Wolfgang Teubert
Joybrato Mukherjee
370–378
Limitations of corpora
Mike Maxwell
379–383
On two traditions in corpus linguistics, and what they have in common
Andrew Hardie and Tony McEnery
384–394
My brave old world
Wolfgang Teubert
395–399
Many rooms with corpora
Geoffrey Williams
400–407
Corpus linguistics and computational linguistics
Yorick Wilks
408–411
More than a peephole: Using large and diverse online corpora
Mark Davies
412–418
Balancing form and function in corpus research
Serge Sharoff
419–424
Interdisciplinary relationships
Martin Wynne
425–427
Subjects