Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics

A multi-dimensional approach

Editors
Manfred Markus | University of Innsbruck
ORCID logoYoko Iyeiri | Kyoto University
Reinhard Heuberger | University of Innsbruck
Emil Chamson | University of Innsbruck
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This book brings together a variety of approaches to English corpus linguistics and shows how corpus methodologies can contribute to the linking of diachronic and synchronic studies. The articles in this volume investigate historical changes in the English language as well as specific aspects of Middle and Modern English and, moreover, of English dialects. The contributions also discuss the development of English corpus linguistics generally and its potential in the future. Special focus is given to the continuity between Middle and Modern English – much in line with the linking in previous studies of Middle English and Old English under the generic term “medievalism”. This volume highlights the continual development of English from the medieval to modern period.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 50] 2012.  viii, 287 pp.
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CFX: Computational linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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