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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Julia Bamford; Silvia Cavalieri; Giuliana Diani
|Description:||xiii, 290 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Acknowledgements; 2. Introduction (by Diani, Giuliana); 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); 6. 2. Common features and variations in the use of personal pronouns in two types of monologic academic speech (by Okamura, Akiko); 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); 9. 4. Using grammatical tagging to explore spoken/written variation in small specialized corpora (by Crawford Camiciottoli, Belinda); 10. iii. Dialogic variation and language varieties; 11. 5. Exploring regional variation in Italian question intonation: A corpus-based study (by Savino, Michelina); 12. 6. Estonian emotional speech corpus: Content and options (by Altrov, Rene); 13. 7. Using movie corpora to explore spoken American English: Evidence from multi-dimensional analysis (by Forchini, Pierfranca); 14. 8. "But that's dialect, isn't it?": Exploring geographical variation in the SCOTS corpus (by Anderson, Wendy); 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); 18. 10. From letters to guidebooks: Ruskin's Mornings in Florence (by Del Lungo Camiciotti, Gabriella); 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); 20. 12. Analysing discourse in research genre: The case of biostatistics (by Porta, Chiara Prosperi); 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); 23. 14. Changing trends in Italian newspaper language: A diachronic, corpus-based study (by Spina, Stefania); 24. 15. A corpus-based analysis of some time-related aspects of contemporary Japanese (by Tanomura, Tadaharu); 25. 16. It's always the same old news!: A diachronic analysis of shifting newspaper language style, 1993-2005 (by Clark, Caroline); 26. Name index; 27. Subject index|
|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.|
- Discourse analysis.
- Academic writing.
- Interpersonal communication.
- Linguistic change.
- Language and languages -- Variation.
- Corpus linguistics.
- Computer corpora -- Small corpora.
- Corpus-based studies -- Linguistic variation.
- Vetenskapligt skrivande.