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The widespread use of English as the language for the dissemination of scientific knowledge is placing increasing demands on non-native scholars to use English as their language of research and publication. This can result in non-native scholars experiencing difficulties in drafting...
Awareness of gender bias in the depiction of children has been well-established in educational circles since the 1970s, and robust attempts to address this bias have been made in many parts of the world. Corpus linguistics has, however, made a limited contribution to our understanding of...
In this paper, I introduce methodologies to tap corpora for exploring aggregate linguistic distances between dialects or varieties as a function of properties of geographic space. The paper describes the different steps necessary to obtain an appropriate corpus-based dataset (a so-called...
This paper deals with the language used in the debates in both Houses of Parliament in the United Kingdom that allowed civil partnerships to take place. My aim is to uncover discourses of same-sex relationships which are accessed in British Parliament. For this purpose, a corpus of these...
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