By Marianne Hundt, Nadja Nesselhauf, Carolin Biewer (Eds.)
Utilizing the internet as Corpus is among the contemporary demanding situations for corpus linguistics. This quantity provides a present state-of-the-arts dialogue of the subject. The articles tackle useful difficulties resembling appropriate linguistic seek instruments for having access to the www, the query of sign up edition, or they probe into tools for culling info from the internet. The e-book additionally deals a variety of case experiences, overlaying morphology, syntax, lexis, in addition to synchronic and diachronic edition in English. those case reviews utilize the 2 methods to the www in corpus linguistics - web-as-corpus and web-for-corpus-building. The case stories show that internet info grants worthwhile extra facts for a vast diversity of analysis questions. Contents: Marianne HUNDT, Nadja NESSELHAUF and Carolin BIEWER: Corpus linguistics and the net having access to the internet as corpus: Anke LUEDELING, Stefan EVERT and Marco BARONI: utilizing internet facts for linguistic reasons William H. FLETCHER: Concordancing the net: promise and difficulties, instruments and strategies Antoinette RENOUF, Andrew KEHOE and Jayeeta BANERJEE: WebCorp: an built-in method for net textual content seek Compiling corpora from the web: Sebastian HOFFMANN: From web site to mega-corpus: the CNN transcripts Claudia CLARIDGE: developing a corpus from the net: message forums Douglas BIBER and Jerry KURJIAN: in the direction of a taxonomy of internet registers and textual content forms: a multidimensional research serious voices: Geoffrey LEECH: New assets, or simply larger outdated ones? The Holy Grail of representativeness Graeme KENNEDY: An under-exploited source: utilizing the BNC for exploring the character of language studying Language version and alter: Anette ROSENBACH: Exploring buildings on the internet: a case examine GÃ¼nter ROHDENBURG: Determinants of grammatical edition in English and the formation / affirmation of linguistic hypotheses through web information Britta MONDORF: Recalcitrant difficulties of comparative alternation and new insi
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Corpus Linguistics and the Web (Language & Computers 59) (Language & Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics) by Marianne Hundt, Nadja Nesselhauf, Carolin Biewer (Eds.)