Advances in Corpus-based Contrastive Linguistics

Studies in honour of Stig Johansson

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ORCID logoKarin Aijmer | University of Gothenburg
Bengt Altenberg | University of Lund
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Contrastive studies have experienced a dramatic revival in the last decades. By combining the methodological advantages of computer corpus linguistics and the possibility of contrasting texts in two or more languages, the structure and use of languages can be explored with greater accuracy, detail and empirical strength than before. The approach has also proved to have fruitful practical applications in a number of areas such as language teaching, lexicography, translation studies and computer-aided translation. This volume contains twelve studies comparing linguistic phenomena in English and seven other languages. The topics range from comparisons of specific lexical categories and word combinations to syntactic constructions and discourse phenomena such as cohesion and thematic structure. The studies highlight similarities and differences in the use, semantics and functions of the compared items, as well as the emergence of new meanings and language change. The emphasis varies from purely linguistic studies to those focusing on practical applications.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 54]  2013.  x, 295 pp.
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2013. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. English Language and Linguistics 17:3  pp. 601 ff. DOI logo
Cervetti, Gina N., Elfrieda H. Hiebert, P. David Pearson & Nicola A. McClung
2015. Factors That Influence the Difficulty of Science Words. Journal of Literacy Research 47:2  pp. 153 ff. DOI logo
Liu, Weiqian & Yina Wang
2022. Karin Aijmer and Diana Lewis: Contrastive Analysis of Discourse-pragmatic Aspects of Linguistic Genre . Intercultural Pragmatics 19:5  pp. 653 ff. DOI logo
Liu, Weiqian & Yi’na Wang
2021. Review of Aijmer & Lewis (2017): Contrastive Analysis of Discourse-pragmatic Aspects of Linguistic Genre. English Text Construction 14:1  pp. 112 ff. DOI logo
Manzella, Pietro
2020. “Dear Emma…”. Genre Overlapping and Register Variation in the English and Italian Version of Sergio Marchionne’s Letter to Confindustria. Comparative Legilinguistics 44:1  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
Meyer, Charles F. & Gerald Nelson
2020. Data Collection. In The Handbook of English Linguistics,  pp. 81 ff. DOI logo
Neumann, Stella
2014. Cross-linguistic register studies. Languages in Contrast 14:1  pp. 35 ff. DOI logo
Neumann, Stella
2016. Cross-linguistic register studies. In Genre- and Register-related Discourse Features in Contrast [Benjamins Current Topics, 87],  pp. 35 ff. DOI logo
ROSENBACH, ANETTE
2019. On the (non-)equivalence of constructions with determiner genitives and noun modifiers in English. English Language and Linguistics 23:4  pp. 759 ff. DOI logo
Wang, Yi’na & Siqi Lyu
2017. Visapää, Kalliokoski & Sorva, eds. (2014). Contexts of Subordination: Cognitive, typological and discourse perspectives . Functions of Language 24:1  pp. 121 ff. DOI logo
Čermáková, Ann, Jarmo Jantunen, Tommi Jauhiainen, John Kirk, Michal Křen, Marc Kupietz & Elaine Uí Dhonnchadha
2021. The International Comparable Corpus: Challenges in building multilingual spoken and written comparable corpora. Research in Corpus Linguistics 9:1  pp. 89 ff. DOI logo

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BIC Subject: CFX – Computational linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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