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Back matter Guidance to authors Submitting your contribution to Corpora The editors are pleased to consider manuscripts for Orthography of languages. Citations from languages publication in Corpora providing the manuscript should, where possible, follow the currently has not already been published elsewhere and/or established orthography in the country or one of is not being considered for publication elsewhere. the countries in which the language is a recognised We wish to be informed if the work has been made majority or minority language. In the absence of an public in another form or language. Papers which established orthography, recognised symbols must contribute to corpus-based theory or methodology be used, e.g., the IPA or a documented romanised (e.g., building, annotation, tools, analysis, etc.) will be transliteration scheme. given precedence over those which access a corpus in order to study some aspect of linguistics. The copyright Footnotes and references. Provide footnotes rather of papers accepted for publication remains with the than endnotes. Keep your footnotes short and relevant. author. The editors reserve the right to make editorial Include web addresses in footnotes wherever possible. revisions, but will not make major changes without the References to publications should be placed in the author’s approval. Contributors http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Corpora Edinburgh University Press

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Corpora , Volume 18 (3): 1 – Nov 1, 2023

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Edinburgh University Press
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Copyright © Edinburgh University Press
ISSN
1749-5032
eISSN
1755-1676
DOI
10.3366/cor.2023.0293
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Guidance to authors Submitting your contribution to Corpora The editors are pleased to consider manuscripts for Orthography of languages. Citations from languages publication in Corpora providing the manuscript should, where possible, follow the currently has not already been published elsewhere and/or established orthography in the country or one of is not being considered for publication elsewhere. the countries in which the language is a recognised We wish to be informed if the work has been made majority or minority language. In the absence of an public in another form or language. Papers which established orthography, recognised symbols must contribute to corpus-based theory or methodology be used, e.g., the IPA or a documented romanised (e.g., building, annotation, tools, analysis, etc.) will be transliteration scheme. given precedence over those which access a corpus in order to study some aspect of linguistics. The copyright Footnotes and references. Provide footnotes rather of papers accepted for publication remains with the than endnotes. Keep your footnotes short and relevant. author. The editors reserve the right to make editorial Include web addresses in footnotes wherever possible. revisions, but will not make major changes without the References to publications should be placed in the author’s approval. Contributors

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CorporaEdinburgh University Press

Published: Nov 1, 2023

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