Corpus-based Research in Applied Linguistics

Studies in Honor of Doug Biber

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| Georgia State University
| San Diego State University
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This volume comprises nine contributions that were written by up-and-coming corpus-based researchers with varied areas of expertise, who were all disciples of Douglas Biber sometime in the past two decades. These papers cover a wide variety of linguistic analyses and describe the principles of the Flagstaff school: a careful procedure for language corpora collection with special consideration for corpus size, representativeness, sampling and systematic analysis; the use of computer programming abilities that allow the posing of corpus-based research questions never asked before; and a strong emphasis on the combination of quantitative methods based on sound and innovative statistical procedures complemented with comprehensive qualitative functional analyses of the language. This volume has been edited in honor of Douglas Biber, a pioneer of the American school of corpus-based research.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 66]  2015.  xix, 219 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of Contributors
vii–viii
Foreword
Michael McCarthy
ix–xiv
Introduction
Douglas Biber and the Flagstaff School of corpus-based research: An introduction
Viviana Cortes and Eniko Csomay
xv–xx
A corpus-based analysis of linguistic variation in teacher and student presentations in university settings
Eniko Csomay
1–24
Telephone interactions: A multidimensional comparison
Eric Friginal
25–48
On the complexity of academic writing: Disciplinary variation and structural complexity
Bethany Gray
49–78
Telling by omission: Hedging and negative evaluation in academic recommendation letters
Mohammed Albakry
79–98
Corpora, context, and language teachers: Teacher involvement in a local learner corpus project
Alfredo Urzua
99–122
The challenge of constructing a reliable word list: An exploratory corpus-based analysis of lexical variability in introductory Psychology textbooks
Don Miller
123–146
Corpus linguistics and New Englishes
Chandrika Balasubramanian
147–176
Investigating textual borrowing in academic discourse: The need for a corpus-based approach
Casey Keck
177–196
Situating lexical bundles in the formulaic language spectrum: Origins and functional analysis developments
Viviana Cortes
197–216
Index
217–220
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFX – Computational linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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