Eniko Csomay

Eniko Csomay

List of John Benjamins publications for which Eniko Csomay plays a role.


Corpus-based Research in Applied Linguistics: Studies in Honor of Doug Biber

Edited by Viviana Cortes and Eniko Csomay

[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 66] 2015. xix, 219 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Corpus linguistics


Analyzing variation in language features in literature and telecinematic discourse provides valuable insights into society’s shifting values and perspectives. In this study, we carry out a keyword analysis on the language of three series of Star Trek television dialogues, broadcast in the 1960s,… read more | Article
Many corpus-based studies focus on the use of academic vocabulary in journal articles and textbooks while creating vocabulary lists and argue for the teaching of such lists, but few examine how students employ those words in their writing. The present study investigates English as a Foreign… read more | Chapter
Corpus-based university classroom discourse studies found differences in teaching as it relates to language use: discourse organization, levels of instruction and interactivity, and disciplinary differences in participant talk. These practices were primarily reported on US-based classrooms, while… read more | Article
This study investigates patterns of language use in professional presentations by teachers and students in a university setting. A 271,500 word corpus was compiled using 122 teacher presentation segments extracted from a previously collected large corpus of classroom discourse and 69 student… read more | Article
Csomay, Eniko, James K. Jones and Casey Keck. 2007. 6. Introduction to the identification and analysis of vocabulary-based discourse units. Discourse on the Move: Using corpus analysis to describe discourse structure, Biber, Douglas, Ulla Connor and Thomas A. Upton, pp. 155–173
Csomay, Eniko. 2002. 11. Variation in academic lectures: Interactivity and level of instruction. Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic Variation, Reppen, Randi, Susan Fitzmaurice and Douglas Biber (eds.), pp. 203–224