Corpora, discorso e stile = Corpora, discourse & style
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This volume brings together a series of studies carried out in the fields of Corpus Linguistics, Stylistics, Discourse and Conversation Analysis, together with investigations in Translation Studies and Language Learning and Teaching. While some of the contributions focus on just one of these disciplines, most pursue research questions in one of these areas by making use of a corpus approach. It is the versatility of the corpus-based method, therefore, which is the common denominator of this collection of papers. What this publication underlines is that, though some areas of linguistic studies have developed separately – their own specific methods of analysis, different goals and particular objects of investigation –, they also have the potential to connect and cross–fertilize through the exchange of ideas and, whenever possible, methods of analysis.
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Odić A; Košir A; Tkalčič M (Springer, 2016)In this chapter we describe publicly available datasets with personality and affective parameters relevant to the research questions covered by this book. We briefly describe the available data, acquisition procedure, and ...
Anstein S (Citeseer, 2009)In this paper, the prototype system Vis-À-Vis to support linguists in their comparison of regional language varieties is presented. Written corpora are used as an empirical basis to extract differences semi-automatically. ...
Connecting Resources: Which Issues have to be Solved to Integrate CMC Corpora from Heterogeneous Sources and for Different Languages? Beißwenger M; Wigham CR; Etienne C; Fišer D; Suárez HG; Herzberg L; Hinrichs E; Horsmann T; Karlova-Bourbonus N; Lemnitzer L; Longhi J; Lüngen H; Ho-Dac L; Parisse C; Poudat C; Schmidt T; Stemle E; Storrer A; Zesch T (Eurac Research, 2017)The paper reports on the results of a scientific colloquium dedicated to the creation of standards and best practices which are needed to facilitate the integration of language resources for CMC stemming from different ...