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Variation and change in spoken and written discourse : perspectives from corpus linguistics

Author: Julia Bamford; Silvia Cavalieri; Giuliana Diani
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2013]
Series: Dialogue studies, v. 21.
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Focuses on aspects of variation and change in language use in spoken and written discourse on the basis of corpus analyses, providing new descriptive insights, and new methods of utilising small  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Bamford; Silvia Cavalieri; Giuliana Diani
ISBN: 9789027210388 9027210381
OCLC Number: 855858210
Description: xiii, 290 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Acknowledgements, pvii; 2. Introduction (by Diani, Giuliana), pix-xiii; 3. I. Corpus analysis of spoken dialogue; 4. i. Variation and academic dialogue; 5. 1 . Speaking professionally in an L2: Issues of corpus methodology (by Mauranen, Anna), p5-32; 6. 2. Common features and variations in the use of personal pronouns in two types of monologic academic speech (by Okamura, Akiko), p33-44; 7. ii. Dialogue in spoken and written business discourse; 8. 3. Variation across spoken and written registers in internal corporate communication: Multimodality and blending in evolving genres (by Bowker, Janet), p47-64; 9. 4. Using grammatical tagging to explore spoken/written variation in small specialized corpora (by Crawford Camiciottoli, Belinda), p65-76; 10. iii. Dialogic variation and language varieties; 11. 5. Exploring regional variation in Italian question intonation: A corpus-based study (by Savino, Michelina), p79-108; 12. 6. Estonian emotional speech corpus: Content and options (by Altrov, Rene), p109-122; 13. 7. Using movie corpora to explore spoken American English: Evidence from multi-dimensional analysis (by Forchini, Pierfranca), p123-136; 14. 8. "But that's dialect, isn't it?": Exploring geographical variation in the SCOTS corpus (by Anderson, Wendy), p137-152; 15. II. Using corpora to analyse written discourse: A diachronic perspective; 16. i. Diachronic approaches to historical corpora; 17. 9. Variation in the language of London newspapers: January 1701 (by Fries, Udo), p157-172; 18. 10. From letters to guidebooks: Ruskin's Mornings in Florence (by Del Lungo Camiciotti, Gabriella), p173-184; 19. 11. Justificatory arguments in writing on art: Toulmin's model tested on a small corpus of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century exhibition reviews (by Tucker, Paul), p185-202; 20. 12. Analysing discourse in research genre: The case of biostatistics (by Porta, Chiara Prosperi), p203-220; 21. ii. Diachronic methodologies and language change; 22. 13. The difference a word can show: A diachronic corpus-based study of the demonstrative 'this' in tourism research article abstracts (by Vicic, Sarolta Godnic), p223-238; 23. 14. Changing trends in Italian newspaper language: A diachronic, corpus-based study (by Spina, Stefania), p239-254; 24. 15. A corpus-based analysis of some time-related aspects of contemporary Japanese (by Tanomura, Tadaharu), p255-268; 25. 16. It's always the same old news!: A diachronic analysis of shifting newspaper language style, 1993-2005 (by Clark, Caroline), p269-282; 26. Name index, p283-286; 27. Subject index, p287-290
Series Title: Dialogue studies, v. 21.
Responsibility: edited by Julia Bamford, Università di Napoli "L'Orientale" ; Silvia Cavalieri, Universita di Milano ; Giuliana Diani, Universitá di Modena e Reggio Emilia.
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