A Taste for Corpora

In honour of Sylviane Granger

Editors
| Université catholique de Louvain
| Université catholique de Louvain
| Université catholique de Louvain
| Université catholique de Louvain
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The eleven contributions to this volume, written by expert corpus linguists, tackle corpora from a wide range of perspectives and aim to shed light on the numerous linguistic and pedagogical uses to which corpora can be put. They present cutting-edge research in the authors’ respective domain of expertise and suggest directions for future research. The main focus of the book is on learner corpora, but it also includes reflections on the role of other types of corpora, such as native corpora, expert users corpora, parallel corpora or corpora of New Englishes. For readers who are already familiar with corpora, this volume offers an informed account of the key role that corpus data play in applied linguistics today. As for readers who are new to corpus linguistics, the overview of approaches, methods and domains of applications presented will undoubtedly help them develop their own taste for corpora. This volume has been edited in honour of Sylviane Granger, who has been one of the pioneers of learner corpus research.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 45]  2011.  xv, 295 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix–x
List of contributors
xi–xii
Preface
Bengt Altenberg
xiii–xvi
Putting corpora to good uses: A guided tour
Sylvie De Cock, Gaëtanelle Gilquin, Fanny Meunier and Magali Paquot
1–6
Frequency, corpora and language learning
Geoffrey N. Leech
7–32
Learner corpora and contrastive interlanguage analysis
Hilde Hasselgård and Stig Johansson
33–62
The use of small corpora for tracing the development of academic literacies
JoAnne Neff and Caroline Bunce
63–84
Revisiting apprentice texts: Using lexical bundles to investigate expert and apprentice performances in academic writing
Christopher Tribble
85–108
Automatic error tagging of spelling mistakes in learner corpora
Paul Rayson and Alistair Baron
109–126
Data mining with learner corpora: Choosing classifiers for L1 detection
Scott Jarvis
127–154
Learners and users – Who do we want corpus data from?
Anna Mauranen
155–172
Learner knowledge of phrasal verbs: A corpus-informed study
Norbert Schmitt and Stephen Redwood
173–208
Corpora and the new Englishes: Using the ‘Corpus of Cyber-Jamaican’ to explore research perspectives for the future
Christian Mair
209–236
Towards a new generation of corpus-derived lexical resources for language learning
David Wible and Nai-Lung Tsao
237–256
Automating the creation of dictionaries: Where will it all end?
Michael Rundell and Adam Kilgarriff †
257–282
addendumSelect list of publications by Sylviane Granger
283–288
Subject index
289–292
Name index
293–296
“‘A Taste for Corpora’ offers a diverse and rich collections of essays, all of a high quality, covering a wide spectrum of topics related to the applications of corpora in language learning [...] a fitting as well as wonderful collection of essays to honour the achievements of Sylviane Granger.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFX – Computational linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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