This volume presents highlights of the first ICAME conference held in the southern hemisphere, in papers on new kinds of corpora for business and communications technology, as well as those comprising computer-mediated communication and college newspapers. The latter yield lively insights into the digitized discourse of younger adults and non-professional writers -- speech communities that have been underrepresented in the standard English corpora. Other groups that are newly represented in research reported in this volume are bilingual users of English in Singapore, Hong Kong and China, as corpus data is brought to bear on second-language speech and writing. The proposed corpus of spoken Dutch profiled here will support research into its variation in different genres and contexts of use in the Netherlands and in Belgium. Research on new historical corpora from C15 to C18 is also reported, along with techniques for normalizing prestandardized English for computerized searching. Meanwhile papers on contemporary usage show some of the continual interplay between British and American English, in grammar and details of the lexicon that are important for English language teachers.Papers from the Twenty First International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora, ... However, a brief investigation carried out on matching samples of the Survey of English Usage from 1959-65 and ICE-GB corpora ... A modern English grammar on ... The tagged LOB Corpus: usera#39;s manual.
|Title||:||New Frontiers of Corpus Research|
|Author||:||Pam Peters, Peter Collins, Adam Smith|
|Publisher||:||Rodopi - 2002-01-01|