International Journal of Corpus Linguistics

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

6 March 2023

Review of McCarthy (2020): Innovations and Challenges in Grammar
Reviewed by Beatrix Busse and Sophie Du Bois | 6 pp.
Dative alternation in Chinese: A mixed-effects logistic regression analysis
Dong Zhang and Jiajin Xu | 27 pp.

2 March 2023

Review of McEnery & Brezina (2022): Fundamental Principles of Corpus Linguistics
Niall Curry | 6 pp.

23 February 2023

LBiaP: A solution to the problem of attaining observation independence in lexical bundle studies
Viviana Cortes and William Michael Lake | 15 pp.
“You betcha I’m a ’Merican” The rise of YOU BET as a pragmatic marker
Tomoharu Hirota and Laurel J. Brinton | 31 pp.
A proposal for the inductive categorisation of parenthetical discourse markers in Spanish using parallel corpora
Hernán Robledo and Rogelio Nazar | 28 pp.

9 January 2023

When loanwords are not lone words: Using networks and hypergraphs to explore Māori loanwords in New Zealand English

25 November 2022

Assessing word commonness: Adding dispersion to frequency
Things we smell and things they smell like: Communicatively relevant odours and odorants

14 November 2022

Research trends in corpus linguistics: A bibliometric analysis of two decades of Scopus-indexed corpus linguistics research in arts and humanities

17 October 2022

A comparison of automated and manual analyses of syntactic complexity in L2 English writing

13 October 2022

Towards a corpus-based description of speech-gesture units of meaning: The case of the circular gesture

6 September 2022

A corpus-based study of anglicized neologisms in Korea: A diachronic approach to Korean and English word pairs

23 August 2022

Register variation across text lengths: Evidence from social media
Aatu Liimatta | 30 pp.

8 August 2022

Annotating dialogue acts in speech data: Problematic issues and basic dialogue act categories
Darinka Verdonik | 28 pp.