Linguistic Innovations

Rethinking linguistic creativity in non-native Englishes

Special issue of the International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 2:2 (2016)

Editors
ORCID logoSandra C. Deshors | New Mexico State University
Sandra Götz | Justus Liebig University Giessen
ORCID logoSamantha Laporte | Université catholique de Louvain
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Linguistic innovations in EFL and ESL: Rethinking the linguistic creativity of non-native English speakers
Sandra C. Deshors, Sandra Götz and Samantha Laporte
131–150
Research articles
“This hair-style called as ‘duck tail’” The ‘intrusive as’-construction in South Asian varieties of English and Learner Englishes
Christopher Koch, Claudia Lange and Sven Leuckert
151–176
Detecting innovations in a parsed corpus of learner English
Gerold Schneider and Gaëtanelle Gilquin
177–204
The innovative progressive aspect of Black South African English: The role of language proficiency and normative processes
Bertus van Rooy and Haidee Kruger
205–228
Towards a process-oriented approach to comparing EFL and ESL varieties: A corpus-study of lexical innovations
Marcus Callies
229–251
In case of innovation: Academic phraseology in the Three Circles
Alison Edwards and Rutger-Jan Lange
252–277
Innovative conversions in South-East Asian Englishes: Reassessing ESL status
Stephanie Horch
278–301
The fate of linguistic innovations: Jersey English and French learner English compared
Anna Rosen
302–322
“It’s always different when you look something from the inside” Linguistic innovation in a corpus of ELF Skype conversations
Marie-Louise Brunner, Stefan Diemer and Selina Schmidt
323–350
Referees for Volume 2 (2016)
351–352
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Callies, Marcus
2023. Errors and Innovations in L2 Varieties of English: Towards Resolving a Contradictory Practice. In Contradiction Studies – Exploring the Field [Contradiction Studies, ],  pp. 201 ff. DOI logo

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Main BIC Subject

CFDC: Language acquisition

Main BISAC Subject

FOR000000: FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / General