Harlow: Longman. I am not a big fan of the MD methodology as a whole, so cannot find much to recommend here. Deignan, Alice. Metaphor and Corpus Linguistics. Critiques, using corpus data, different ways of researching metaphor; "demonstrates the need for naturally-occurring language data to be used in the development of metaphor theory, and shows the value of corpus data and techniques in this work".
- The Mortality Principle (Rogue Angel, Book 56).
- Musical Symbolism in the Operas of Debussy and Bartók: Trauma, Gender, and the Unfolding of the Unconscious.
- A corpus theoretical approach.
The computational analysis of English: A corpus-based approach. London: Longman one of the seminal classics in the field though obviously outdated now in terms of details. London: Longman informative book on the Lancaster approach to corpus annotations of all kinds. Corpus linguistics: Readings in a Widening Discipline. Gries, Stefan. Quantitative Corpus Linguistics with R. A review can be found here. Halliday, M. Perspectives in lexicology and corpus linguistics: An introduction. A review can be found here also here.
Hockey, Susan. Electronic texts in the humanities: Principles and practice. The book goes beyond current Internet technology to show how computers can be used not only to show electronic texts, but to manipulate and analyse them. Text, discourse and corpora: Theory and analysis. Hundt, Marianne. English mediopassive Constructions: A cognitive, corpus-based study of their origin, spread, and current status.
The Functions of ‹General Nouns›
Amsterdam: Rodopi. On a more abstract level, it combines the corpus-based description of mediopassive constructions with cognitive linguistic models, drawing largely on notions such as 'prototype', 'family resemblances', 'patch' and 'construction. Corpus linguistics and the Web. Kenny, Dorothy. Lexis and creativity in translation: A corpus-based study. Manchester: St. Not reviewed yet. A Linguist List review is here. Corpus approaches to grammaticalization in English. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Twentieth-century English: History, variation and standardization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Oakes, Michael P. Statistics for corpus linguistics. Written in a rather bland, no-frills, slightly formulaic style -- turgid, but concise and informative. Pearson, Jennifer. Terms in context. The changing face of corpus linguistics. Publishers page here. Reppen, Randy, Fitzmaurice, Susan M. Using corpora to explore linguistic variation.
Two major kinds of research questions are considered: variation in the use of a particular linguistic feature, and variation across dialects or registers. Roach, Peter.
Computing in linguistics and phonetics: Introductory readings. London: Academic Press. Rather dated now. Rudanko, Martti Juhani. Corpora and complementation: tracing sentential complementation patterns of nouns, adjectives and verbs over the last three centuries. Lanham, Maryland. Complements and constructions: corpus-based studies on sentential complements in English in recent centuries. Conversation in context: A corpus-driven approach. English corpus linguistics in Japan. Four sections: 1 Corpus-based studies of contemporary English, 2 Historical and diachronic studies of English, 3 English corpora and English language teaching, 4 Software for analyzing corpora.
Table of Contents and more blurb here.
Sampson, Geoffrey. Empirical linguistics. Many chapters relevant to corpus-based linguists.
Edited By Alejandro Alcaraz Sintes and Salvador Valera Hernández
Santos, Diana M. Translation-based corpus studies: Contrasting English and Portuguese tense and aspect systems. Corpus, concordance, collocation. Trust the text: Language, corpus and discourse. Stubbs, Michael. Text and corpus analysis: Computer assisted studies of language and culture.
Oxford: Blackwell. Focuses on using corpora to do social linguistics i.
- Get social.
- The Social Psychology of Politics (Social Psychological Applications To Social Issues).
- Real World Haskell.
- Stochastic equations through the eye of the physicist basic concepts, exact results and asymptotic.
- English General Nouns by Michaela Mahlberg (ebook);
- Derniers numéros.
Words and phrases: Corpus studies of lexical semantics. The main chapters are detailed case studies of words in collocations, words in texts and words in culture. Concluding chapters discuss the implications of corpus analysis for linguistic theory, especially lexico-grammar and theories of competence and performance. The book analyses how news discourse was shaped over time by external factors, such as the historical context, news production, technological innovation and current affairs, and as such both conformed to and deviated from generic conventions.
Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 82, Stockholm, 4- 8 August Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Corpus linguistics: A short introduction. A review of this book on the Linguist List is here. Using corpora for language research: Studies in the honour of Geoffrey Leech. Festschrift containing some interesting papers which show a range of linguistic issuesrelated to corpora. Somewhat hastily thrown together and edited. Tognini-Bonelli, Elena. Corpus linguistics at work. The book adopts and exemplifies the parameters of the corpus-driven approach and posits a new unit of linguistic description defined systematically in the light of corpus evidence.
Formulaic language and the lexicon. Fortunately, however, they are almost all published by the one publisher, Rodopi. Click on the link below to see their list of titles in corpus-based linguistics mixed together with titles in computational linguistics. John Benjamins : A list of current and upcoming titles in the series Studies in Corpus Linguistics can be found here. For Benjamins books in the fields of Computational and Corpus Linguistics , click here. Routledge : A new research monographs series, Routledge advances in corpus linguistics , has been started. Search the current catalogue using the series title here.
Continuum : A series called Corpus and Discourse can be found here. For general bibliographical searches in other areas of linguistics, see below. Did you find this web site useful? Breaking ground in corpus-based interpreting studies. English discourse particles: Evidence from a corpus. Research on discourse particles focussing on now , oh, just, sort of, and that sort of thing, actually based on the London-Lund Corpus.
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