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This paper contains an analysis of small corpora of spoken Korean English – a burgeoning New English that is rarely discussed in published articles. With a theoretical framework based on Hoey's (2005) Theory of Lexical Priming, the lexical environment surrounding the items a, an and the...
This paper reports on the construction of the Cambridge and Nottingham e-language Corpus (CANELC). 3 3 This corpus has been built as part of a collaborative project between the University of Nottingham and Cambridge University Press with whom sole copyright of the...
Though theorised as important objects of inquiry, language ideologies – beliefs about the roles of language in society – are difficult to identify from texts because of their covert nature. Language ideologies of institutions are thought to have particular power with respect to...
Specialised texts are characterised by, amongst other features, the presence of terminology which conveys domain-specific concepts that are essential for the specialist who is interested in analysing such texts. Automatic Term Recognition methods (ATR) are employed to identify those...
The main goal of this study is to develop more appropriate ways to study variation between corpus data that instantiate a linguistic standard or target on the one hand, and corpus data that are compared to that standard, or that represent speakers that may aspire to approximate the target...
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