Dr Costas Gabrielatos

Senior Lecturer in English Language

Programme Leader, BA English Language

Department of English, History & Creative Writing

Profile

I have been working in corpus linguistics since 2001. I came to linguistics via English language teaching (1984-1993) and language teacher education (1992-2001). I joined Edge Hill University in September 2012; previously, I worked as associate lecturer and researcher at Lancaster University and Liverpool University.

My current research  focuses on three interconnected areas: corpus linguistics methodology, theoretical and pedagogical lexicogrammar, and discourse studies. I have also published on language teaching methodology, language teacher education, and the connection between linguistics and TESOL.

E-copies of my publications and presentations are available via Pure, Research Gate, and Academia.edu. Citation metrics (total citations | h-index):

I organise Corpus Approaches to Lexicogrammar (LxGr), a symposium held annually at Edge Hill University.

I co-edit the Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies.

I curate a bibliography of discourse-oriented corpus studies (DOCS), that is, studies using corpora and corpus techniques to examine meaning and style in discourse.

Qualifications

PhD Linguistics (Lancaster University, 2011)

MPhil English & Applied Linguistics (University of Cambridge, 1994)

Dip. TESOL (Cambridge ESOL, 1992)

BA (Hons) Economics (University of Athens, 1990)

Teaching

My teaching has focused on corpus linguistics, English lexicogrammar, semantics (particularly, modality and tense-aspect), pedagogical lexicogrammar, (critical) discourse analysis, and TESOL methodology.

PhD supervision

Daniel Malone, ‘Constructing the Lone Wolf Terrorist: A corpus-driven study of the British press’

Module Leader

LNG3127. Corpus Linguistics
LNG2133. Analysing Discourse
LNG2138. Methodology
LNG2128. Long Essay
LNG1019. Language and Meaning

I also contribute to:

HUM4000. Critical Approaches to Postgraduate Study in the Humanities & Social Sciences
HUM4002. Research Philosophies and Methodologies
LNG3148. Dissertation
LNG3143. TESOL
LNG2136. Modern English Structure and Use

Invited teaching

LOT Winter School 2019. University of Amsterdam, Centre for Language and Communication.  7-11 January 2019.
Mini-course on Discourse-Oriented Corpus Studies (12 hours).
— Individual supervisions with participants (4 hours).

University of Bangor. 24 February 2016.
— Presentation and workshop on collocation analysis using Sketch Engine.
— Individual tutorials with PhD and MA students.

Research Capacity Building Workshops, Staff Learning and Development Programme, Edge Hill University.
— Author citation metrics. 14 November 2018
— Promoting research by using social media. 7 March 2018.
— Author citation metrics. 15 November 2017.
— Promoting research by using social media. 3 March 2017.
— Author citation metrics. 16 November 2016.
— Author citation metrics. 12 November 2015

Dubrovnik Fall School in Linguistic Methods. Centre for Advanced Academic Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 20–26 October 2013.
— Counting: word frequency and beyond.  [e-copy]
— Keyword analysis. [e-copy]

UCREL Summer School in Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster University, UK
— Corpora and Sociolinguistics: Studying linguistic innovators. 10-12 July 2012.
— Corpora and Sociolinguistics: Studying linguistic innovators. 13-15 July 2011.

Conference for Teachers of A Level English Language, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 1 July 2011.
— Corpora and language teaching. [e-copy]

Corpus Linguistics Advanced Research Education and Training (CLARET), Lancaster University
— Compiling topic-specific corpora from limited-access online databases. 24 May 2010.
— Compiling topic-specific corpora from limited-access online databases. 31 March 2008. [e-copy]

Public lecture, Gresham College, 23 March 2009.
— From dictionary user to amateur lexicographer: Possibilities of on-line searches. [Video]

Seminar organised by the Greek Ministry of Education and the British Council, Athens, Greece, September 1997.
— Receptive skills development with mixed-ability young learners.

Research

Research focus

My research focuses on the following areas:

Corpus Linguistics
– compilation of topic-specific corpora
– analytical techniques
– metrics

Theoretical Lexicogrammar
– conditionals
– modality and modal markers
– tense and aspect
– compatibility between construction grammar and lexical grammar

Pedagogical Lexicogrammar
– learner language – particularly the use of conditionals, modality, tense and aspect
– comparison of L2 use with L1 use and the information in pedagogical materials

Discourse-Oriented Corpus Studies

Recognition

My publications often feature as required/suggested reading in undergraduate and postgraduate modules.  Also, the approach to keyness analysis proposed in Gabrielatos & Marchi (2011, 2012) and Gabrielatos (2018) has been implemented in the following corpus tools:

  • CQPweb, maintained by Prof. Jiajin Xu (National Research Centre for Foreign Language Education, Beijing Foreign Studies University), <a.
  • Wmatrix, developed by Dr. Paul Rayson (Department of Computing, Lancaster University), http://ucrel.lancs.ac.uk/wmatrix.
  • AntConc, developed by Prof Laurence Anthony (Waseda University, Japan),  www.laurenceanthony.net/software/antconc.

Research experience

I have worked on a number of research projects, notably the following (all at Lancaster University):

Trinity Corpus of Spoken English Phase 2 Investigation.
— Role: Co-investigator. Compilation of a corpus of spoken learner English, recorded under exam conditions, and analysis of selected lexicogrammatical and pragmatic features.
— Funder: Trinity College London
— Principal Investigator: Judit Kormos
— Duration: August 2011 – July 2012

The representation of Islam and Muslims in the UK press, 1998-2009
— Role: Senior Research Associate. Corpus compilation, annotation, and analysis.
— Funder: ESRC,
— Principal Investigator: Paul Baker
— Co-investigator: Tony McEnery
— Duration: September 2009 – November 2010

Analysis of spoken London English using corpus tools
— Role: Senior Research Associate. Corpus annotation and analysis
— Funder: British Academy
— Principal Investigator: Eivind Torgersen
— Co-investigator: Paul Kerswill
— Duration: January–December 2008,

Discourses of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK Press, 1996-2006
— Role: Research Associate. Corpus compilation, annotation, and analysis.
— Funder: ESRC
— Principal Investigator: Paul Baker
— Co-investigator: Tony McEnery
— Duration: October 2005 – March 2007

Publications

Publications are listed in reverse chronological order. For a full list, see here.  If you have problems accessing an e-copy, please let me know (gabrielc@edgehill.ac.uk).

  • Gabrielatos, C. (forthcoming) If-conditionals: Corpus-based classification and frequency distribution. In Maci, S. (ed.) Digital Humanities Beyond the Basics. Bern: Peter Lang.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (forthcoming) Conditionals, modality, and Schrödinger’s cat: Conditionals as a family of linguistic qubits. In Hohaus, P. & Schulze R. (eds.) Re-assessing Modalising Expressions: Categories, Co-text, and Context. John Benjamins. [preprint]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2019) If-conditionals and modality: Frequency patterns and theoretical explanations. Journal of English Linguistics, 47(4), 301-334. [postprint] [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2018) The lexicogrammar of BE interested: description and pedagogy. In Hoffmann, S., Sand, A., Arndt-Lappe, S. & Dillmann, L.M. (eds.) Corpora and Lexis. Language and Computers, Vol. 81. Leiden: Brill. 240-276. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2018). Keyness analysis: nature, metrics and techniques. In Taylor, C. & Marchi, A. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A critical review. Oxford: Routledge. 225-258. [e-copy]
  • Torgersen, E., Gabrielatos, C. & Hoffmann, S. (2017) Corpus-based analysis of the pragmatic marker you get me. In Friginal, E. (ed.) Studies in Corpus-Based Sociolinguistics. Oxford: Routledge. 176-196. [Google Books] [e-copy]
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos, C. & McEnery, T. (2013). Sketching Muslims: A corpus-driven analysis of representation around the word “Muslim” in the British press, 1998-2009. Applied Linguistics, 34(3), 255–278. [e-copy]
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos, C. & McEnery A. (2013). Discourse Analysis and Media Attitudes: The representation of Islam in the British Press. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Details | Sample chapter | Brief summary of results]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2013). If-conditionals in ICLE and the BNC: A success story for teaching or learning? In Granger, S., Gilquin, G. & Meunier, F. (eds.) Twenty Years of Learner Corpus Research: Looking back, moving ahead. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium: Presses Universitaires de Louvain. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C., McEnery, T., Diggle, P. & Baker, P. (2012). The peaks and troughs of corpus-based contextual analysis. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 37(2), 151-175. [e-copy]
  • Torgersen, E., Gabrielatos, C., Hoffmann, S. & Fox, S. (2011). A corpus-based study of pragmatic markers in London English. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 7(1), 93-118. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2010). A corpus-based examination of English if-conditionals through the lens of modality: Nature and types. PhD Thesis. Lancaster University. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C., Torgersen, E., Hoffmann, S. & Fox, S. (2010). A corpus-based sociolinguistic study of indefinite article forms in London English. Journal of English Linguistics, 38(4), 297-334. [e-copy]
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos C., KhosraviNik, M., Krzyzanowski, M., McEnery, T. & Wodak, R. (2008). A useful methodological synergy? Combining critical discourse analysis and corpus linguistics to examine discourses of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK press. Discourse & Society, 19(3), 273-305. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Baker, P. (2008). Fleeing, sneaking, flooding: A corpus analysis of discursive constructions of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK Press 1996-2005. Journal of English Linguistics, 36(1), 5-38. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2007). Selecting query terms to build a specialised corpus from a restricted-access database. ICAME Journal, 31, 5-43. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2007). If-conditionals as modal colligations: A corpus-based investigation. In Davies, M., Rayson, P., Hunston, S. & Danielsson, P. (eds.), Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics Conference: Corpus Linguistics 2007. Birmingham: University of Birmingham. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C., Slessor, R. & Unger, J.W. (eds.) (2007). Papers from the Lancaster University Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching. Volume 1: Papers from LAEL PG 2006. Lancaster: Lancaster University. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Sarmento, S. (2006). Central modals in an aviation corpus: Frequency and distribution. Letras de Hoje, 41(2), 215-240. [e-copy]
  • McEnery, T. & Gabrielatos, C. (2006). English corpus linguistics. In Aarts, B. & McMahon, A. (eds.), The Handbook of English Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell, 33-71. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2005). Corpora and language teaching: Just a fling, or wedding bells? TESL-EJ 8(4), A1, 1-37.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & McEnery, T. (2005). Epistemic modality in MA dissertations. In Fuertes Olivera, P.A. (ed.), Lengua y Sociedad: Investigaciones recientes en lingüística aplicada. Lingüística y Filología no. 61. (pp. 311-331). Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2004). Teaching the expression of time: A concise framework. In Pulverness, A. (ed.), IATEFL 2003: Brighton Conference Selections. Canterbury, Kent: IATEFL, 133-136.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2002). Inference: Procedures and implications for ELT. In Millrood, R.P. (ed.), Research Methodology: Discourse in teaching a foreign Language. Tambov, Russia: Tambov University Press, 30-52.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2002). The shape of the language teacher. In Pulverness, A. (ed.), IATEFL 2002: York Conference Selections. Whitstable, Kent: IATEFL, 75-78.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1998). Receptive skills with young learners. In Gika, A.S. & Berwick, D. (eds.), Working with Young Learners: A way ahead. Whitstable, Kent: IATEFL, v.

Invited Talks

If you have problems accessing an e-copy, please let me know (gabrielc@edgehill.ac.uk).

  • Gabrielatos, C. (2019) If-conditionals and modality: Description and pedagogy. TESOL Research Seminar, University of Central Lancashire, 4 December 2019.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2019) Lexicogrammar: Lexical Grammar or Construction Grammar? Two corpus-based case studies. UCREL Research Seminar, Lancaster University, 25 April 2019. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2018) Pedagogy-driven corpus-based lexicogrammar. Plenary. 13th Teaching and Language corpora Conference (TALC2018), University of Cambridge, 18-21 July 2018. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2018). Keyness analysis: A critical overview. Preston Linguistics Circle, University of Central Lancashire, 22 February 2018. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2016). Corpus approaches to discourse studies: The basics. Aston University, 2 June 2016.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2016). Keyness analysis: metrics and issues. Aston University, 2 June 2016.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2016). Corpus approaches to discourse attitudes: The presentation of Islam and Muslims in the British press. Linguistics Circle Lecture Series, Bangor University, 24 February 2016.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2015). Using corpus methods to examine grammatical constructions: A case study of if-conditionals. Plenary. Research on Language and Linguistics at Sussex, Postgraduate Conference, University of Sussex, 1 June 2015. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2014). Corpus approaches to discourse studies: The basics. Discourse & Communication Studies Research Team, Örebro University, 12 September 2014. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2014). Using corpus techniques to examine the representation of Islam and Muslims in the UK press. Department of Media and Communication Studies, Örebro University, 11 September 2014. [Abstract and details]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Duguid, A. (2014). Corpus Linguistics and CDA: A critical look at synergy. CDA20+ Symposium, University of Amsterdam, 9 September 2014. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2014). The representation of Islam in the British press. Keynote. Muslims in the UK and Europe Symposium, Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge, 16-18 May 2014 (keynote address).
  • Gabrielatos, C.  (2014). Using corpus linguistics to examine the representation of Islam and Muslims in the UK press. Muslim Identities in the UK. University of Murcia, Spain, 8 May 2014.
  • Gabrielatos, C.  (2013). A corpus approach to the representation of Islam and Muslims in the UK press. Newcastle Critical Discourse Group. Newcastle University, 4 December 2013. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2013). Using corpus methods to examine the presentation of Islam and Muslims in the UK press. Immigration Politics, Text Analysis, and Public OpinionWorkshop organised by the Migration Observatory, COMPAS, Oxford University, 8-9 November 2013. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2013). Techniques and metrics for corpus-based approaches to humanities and social sciences. Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) launch event, Lancaster University, 23 July 2013. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Kormos, J. (2013). Corpus-based analysis of oral test transcripts: A case study of conditional constructions. Language Testing Research Group (LTRG), Lancaster University, 14 March 2013. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2012). Corpus-based methodology and (critical) discourse studies: Context, content, computation. CADS International Conference, Bologna, Italy, 13-15 September 2012. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Marchi, A. (2012). Keywords: Appropriate metrics and practical issues. CADS International Conference, Bologna, Italy, 13-15 September 2012. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Kormos, J. (2012) Corpus-based analysis of the use of the present progressive construction in oral language proficiency exams. Second Language Learning and Teaching Research Group, 2 May 2012, Lancaster University, UK. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2011). Construction Grammar vs. Lexical Grammar: A case study of the modal load in if-conditionals. International Symposium On The Sociology Of Words: Lexical Meaning, Combinatorial Potential and Computational Implementation. LACELL, University of Murcia, Spain, 1-2 December 2011. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2011). Collocational approaches to critical discourse studies: A case of critical corpus lexicography. International Symposium On The Sociology Of Words: Lexical Meaning, Combinatorial Potential and Computational Implementation. LACELL, University of Murcia, Spain, 1-2 December 2011. [e-copy]
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos, C. & McEnery, T. (2011). The presentation of Muslims in the UK press: A case study of the adjective Muslim. Symposium on Language, Politics and Religion. Lancaster University, 7 September 2011.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2011). Corpora and Sociolinguistics: Studying linguistic innovators. UCREL Summer School in Corpus Linguistics. Lancaster University, 13-15 July 2011.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2011). Corpora and language teaching. Conference for Teachers of A Level English Language. Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 1 July 2011. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2010). Compiling topic-specific corpora from limited-access online databases. Corpus Linguistics Advanced Research Education and Training (CLARET). Lancaster University, 24 May 2010.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Torgersen, E. (2010). Gender differentiation in the Linguistic Innovators Corpus: Grammatical and pragmatic features. Gender and Corpus Linguistics. Seminar organised by the BAAL Gender and Language SIG. Lancaster University, 30 March 2010. [e-copy]
  • Baker, P. & Gabrielatos, C. (2009). Construction of refugees and asylum seekers in British newspapers, 1996-2005: A corpus-based approach.  Language Ideology and Power Research Group (LIP) Special Symposium: “The politics of exclusion” – investigating issues of racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia…, 9 February 2009.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2009). Corpus-based methodology and critical discourse studies: Context, content, computation. Siena English Language and Linguistics Seminars (SELLS), University of Siena, 9 November 2009.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2009). From dictionary user to amateur lexicographer: Possibilities of on-line searches. Gresham College, 23 March 2009.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2008). Compiling topic-specific corpora from limited-access online databases. Corpus Linguistics Advanced Research Education and Training (CLARET). Lancaster University, 31 March 2008.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2008). Collocational analysis as a gateway to critical discourse analysis: The case of the construction of refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants in the UK press. English Language Institute, University of Michigan, 10 March 2008.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2003). Corpora and ELT: Just a fling, or the real thing? Plenary address. INGED Conference 2003, Ankara, Turkey, 10-12 October 2003.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2001). Language teachers: Born or bred? Panel member. 22nd Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Athens, Greece, 10-11 March 2001.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2001). A Question of function: Teacher questions in ELT. Iguana Project 7th Annual Event, Lamia, Greece, 10-11 February 2001.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2001). Language and communication. Departmental lecture. University of Indianapolis, Athens, Greece, February 2001.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2000). Shopping at the ELT supermarket: Principled decisions and practices. Plenary address. 8th Annual TESOL Macedonia-Thrace Convention, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, 13-15 October 2000.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2000). The Coursebook as a flexible tool. TESOL Greece Special Event: Issues in ELT: Persistent Problems, Practical Solutions, Hellenic American Union, Athens, Greece, 22 October 2000.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2000). Translation in language teaching: Problems and opportunities. Invited lecture, University of Indianapolis Athens, Greece, 4 October 2000.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2000). Translation in TEFL: Problems and opportunities. Invited lecture. IATEFL Greece Event: Ways Ahead in TEFL, Agrinio, Greece, 15 April 2000.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2000). Phonological features of English and EFL listening. Invited lecture. University of Indianapolis Athens, Greece, 29 March 2000.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1999). Language interpretation. Invited lecture. University of Indianapolis Athens, Greece, 3 December 1999.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1999). Grammar teaching: A new perspective. IATEFL Greece Event: Ways Ahead in ELT, Athens, Greece, 28 November 1999.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1999). Time, tense and aspect: Implications for the teaching of ‘tenses’. TESOL Greece Mini-Convention, Athens, Greece, 31 October 1999.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1999). Inference: Clues and procedures. Invited lecture. University of Indianapolis Athens, Greece, 20 October 1999.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1999). Receptive skills development with mixed-ability young learners. Seminar organised by the Greek Ministry of Education and the British Council, Athens, Greece, September 1997.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1999). Cooking and the language teacher. Iguana Project 5th Annual Event, Lamia, Greece, 6-7 February 1999.

Conference Papers

If you have problems accessing an e-copy, please let me know (gabrielc@edgehill.ac.uk).

  • Gabrielatos, C. (2017) Clusters of keyness: A principled approach to selecting key items. Corpus Linguistics in the South 15, University of Cambridge, 28 October 2017. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2015). The lexicogrammar of ‘BE interested’: Complementation patterns and pedagogical implications. ICAME 36, University of Trier, 27-31 May 2015. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Duguid, A. (2015). Corpus Linguistics and CDA: Revisiting the notion of synergy. Corpus Linguistics in the South 9, Oxford Brooks University, 18 May 2015. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Kormos, J. (2014). Corpus-based examination of if-conditionals in an oral proficiency exam. 7th Biennial IVACS Conference, Newcastle University, 19-21 June 2014. [e-copy]
  • Kormos, J. & Gabrielatos, C. (2014). A corpus-based analysis of if-conditionals in spoken second language data. BAAL Language Learning and Teaching SIG Annual Conference, University of Leeds, 3-4 July 2014. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2013). Using corpus analysis to compare the explanatory power of linguistic theories: A case study of the modal load in if-conditionals. Corpus Linguistics 2013, 23-26 July 20013, Lancaster University. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C., Hoffmann, S. & Torgersen, E. (2013). From sociolinguistic interviews to a spoken corpus of London English: Creating the Linguistic Innovators Corpus (LIC). ICAME34 pre-conference workshop: Compilation and annotation of spoken corpora: Towards best practice? Santiago de Compostela, 22-26 May 2013.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Marchi, A. (2011). Keyness: Matching metrics to definitions. Corpus Linguistics in the South: Theoretical-methodological challenges in corpus approaches to discourse studies and some ways of addressing them. University of Portsmouth, 5 November 2011. [e-copy, see also here]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2011). If-conditionals in ICLE and the BNC: A language teaching success story? Learner Corpus Research 2011, 15-17 September 2011, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2011). If-conditionals and modality: A corpus-based investigation. Corpus Linguistics 2011, 20-22 July 2011, University of Birmingham, UK. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C., Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (2010). Using Sketch Engine to examine the presentation of Islam and Muslims in the UK press. 43rd Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), 9-11 September 2010, University of Aberdeen. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Torgersen, E. (2009). A corpus-based sociolinguistic analysis of indefinite article use in London English. ICAME 30, Lancaster, UK, 27-31 May 2009. Torgersen, E. & Gabrielatos, C. (2009). A corpus-based study of indefinite article and invariant tag use in spoken London English. CLAVIER 2009, University of Modena, Italy, 4-6 November 2009.
  • Torgersen, E. & Gabrielatos, C. (2009). A corpus-based study of invariant tags in London English. Corpus Linguistics 2009, University of Liverpool, 21-23 July 2009.
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos, C. & McEnery, T. (2008). Using collocational profiling to investigate the construction of refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants in the UK press. 7th Conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL 2008), Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 13-15 March 2008. [Abstract:  (pp. 18-19); slides ]
  • Baker, P. & Gabrielatos, C. (2008). Representations of Islam in the British and American press 1999-2005. 7th Conference of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL 2008), Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 13-15 March 2008. [Abstract:  (pp. 17-18); slides ]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2007). If-conditionals as modal colligations: A corpus-based investigation. Corpus Linguistics 2007, University of Birmingham, UK, 28-30 July 2007.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Baker, P. (2006). Representation of refugees and asylum seekers in UK newspapers: Towards a corpus-based analysis. Joint Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics and the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL/IRAAL 2006): From Applied Linguistics to Linguistics Applied: Issues, Practices, Trends, University College, Cork, Ireland, 7-9 September 2006.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2006). Corpus-based evaluation of pedagogical materials: If-conditionals in ELT coursebooks and the BNC. 7th Teaching and Language Corpora Conference (TALC 2006), University Paris 7 Denis Diderot, Paris, France, 1-4 July 2006. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Baker, P. (2006). Representation of refugees and asylum seekers in UK newspapers: Towards a corpus-based comparison of the stance of tabloids and broadsheets. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines (CADAAD) 2006, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 29-30 June 2006.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2005). Elliptical and discontinuous if-conditionals: co-text, context, inference and intuitions. Corpus Linguistics 2005, University of Birmingham, 15-17 July 2005. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2003). What does it mean? Why does it mean? How does it mean? INGED Conference 2003, Ankara, Turkey, 10-12 October 2003.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2003). Conditional sentences: ELT typology and corpus evidence. 36th Annual BAAL Meeting, University of Leeds, UK, 4-6 September 2003. [e-copy]
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2003). Teaching the expression of time: A concise framework. 37th International Annual IATEFL Conference, Brighton Conference Centre, UK, 22-26 April 2003.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2003). Conditionals in ELT: From zero to mixed … and back again. 24th Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Hellenic American Union, Athens, Greece, 15-16 March 2003.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2002). The shape of the language teacher. Biannual IATEFL SIG Symposium, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey, 13-15 September 2002.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2002). The shape of the language teacher. 36th IATEFL Conference, University of York, UK, 23-27 March 2002.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2002). Making sense of ‘tenses’: Practical help from theory. 23rd Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Athens, Greece, 9-10 March 2002.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2001). The power of language: Sources and uses. 22nd Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Athens, Greece, 10-11 March 2001.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2000). The shape of the language teacher. 21st Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Athens, Greece, 20-21 May 2000.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1999). Receptive skills: Discourse and psycholinguistic perspectives. TESOL Greece 20th Anniversary Convention, Athens, Greece, 20-21 March 1999.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Bower, S. (1999). FCE listening: Guidance and feedback. TESOL Greece 20th Anniversary Convention, Athens, Greece, 20-21 March 1999.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1998). Translation impossibilities. 19th Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Athens, Greece, 4-5 April 1998.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1998). Receptive skills development with young learners. 2nd IATEFL Greece Symposium, Athens, Greece, 8 March 1998.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1997). A Question of function: Teacher questions in the EFL classroom. 18th Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Training Centre of the National Bank of Greece, Glyfada, Greece, 12-13 April 1997.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1997). Teachers’ perception of theory and research: Nature and utility. 1st IATEFL Greece Symposium, Athens, Greece, March 1997.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (1996). Developing reading skills: Beyond the task. 17th Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Athens, Greece, April 1996.
  • Kozanoglou, D. & Gabrielatos, C. (1993). Old and new eyes on ESP. 14th Annual TESOL Greece Convention, Athens, Greece, April 1993.

Research Groups

  • Gabrielatos, C. (2013). Conditionals and Schrödinger’s cat. The Department of English and History Research Forum, Edge Hill University, 19 June, 2013.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Kormos, J. (2012). Corpus-based analysis of the use of the present progressive construction in oral language proficiency exams. Joint session of the Second Language Learning and Teaching Research Group (SLLAT) and the Language Testing Research Group (LTRG), 2 May 2012, Lancaster University.
  • Gabrielatos, C., McEnery, T, Diggle, P. & Baker, P. (2011). The peaks and troughs of corpus-based contextual analysis. UCREL Corpus Research Seminar, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 23 May 2011.
  • Gabrielatos, C., (2010). The presentation of Islam and Muslims in the UK press, 1998-2009: Identifying topics through detailed wordlist analysis. Joint meeting of the Language Ideology and Power Research Group (LIP) and the UCREL Corpus Research Seminar, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 21 June 2010.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Torgersen, E. (2010). Gender differentiation in the Linguistic Innovators Corpus: Grammatical and pragmatic features. UCREL Corpus Research Seminar, 8 March 2010, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University.
  • Torgersen, E. & Gabrielatos, C. (2009). A corpus-based study of invariant tags in London English. Corpus Research Group (CRG), Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, UK, 2 March 2009.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2008). If-conditionals, modality, and Schrödinger’s cat. RITL Research Group (Research in Theoretical Linguistics), Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 27 November 2008.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Torgersen, E. (2008). A corpus-based analysis of indefinite article use in London English. Joint meeting of the Corpus Research Group and the Language Variation and Change Research Group, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 23 June 2008.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2007). Representation of refugees and asylum seekers in UK newspapers, 1996-2005: Report on the corpus-based analysis. Joint meeting of the Corpus Research Group (CRG) and the Language Ideology and Power Research Group (LIP), Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 26 March 2007.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2006). Selecting query terms to build a specialised corpus from a well-defined, limited-access database. Meeting of the Corpus Research Group (CRG), Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, UK, 30 October 2006.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2006). Towards quantifying ‘quality’ in the press: Comparing the stance of UK broadsheets and tabloids towards refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants. Joint meeting of the Corpus Research Group (CRG) and the Language, Ideology and Power Research Group (LIP), Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, 13 June 2006.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2006). If-conditionals as modality attractors. Corpus Linguistics Research Group (CRG), Departments of Linguistics and Computing, Lancaster University, 20 March 2006.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2004). If-conditionals in ELT materials and the BNC: Corpus-based evaluation of pedagogical materials. Corpus Linguistics Research Group (CRG), Departments of Linguistics and Computing, Lancaster University, 26 April 2004.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2003). Teaching the expression of time: A concise framework. Second Language Acquisition Research Group (SLARG), Department of Linguistics and Modern English Language, Lancaster University, UK, 1 July 2003.

LxGr Symposium

Escher HandsThe Symposium on Corpus Approaches to Lexicogrammar (LxGr) focuses on corpus-based research on the interaction between lexis and grammar, and welcomes papers reporting on relevant studies, or discussing related theoretical and/or methodological issues. It is an annual event, held in late June or early July at Edge Hill University.

For details, and the programmes and slides of previous events, see here.

DOCS Bibliography

Current number of entries: 900 

Latest update: 30 June 2020

I am compiling a comprehensive list of discourse-oriented corpus studies (DOCS), that is, publications (including PhD theses) directly related to the use of corpora and corpus linguistic techniques in discourse studies – or, seen from a different perspective, corpus studies focusing on discourse issues. The approach may be ‘corpus-based’, ‘corpus-driven’ or ‘corpus-assisted’ (to the extent that these distinctions are useful or, indeed, meaningful), and the analysis itself can be ‘critical’ or otherwise (again, the same reservations apply). There are no restrictions regarding language. Whatever the label attached to their approach, publications are relevant when they …

  • report on research using corpora and corpus techniques to examine discourse meaning/style and/or particular discourses, or
  • discuss the compilation of corpora, or the development of corpus metrics/techniques, for discourse studies.

Please note that studies focusing on discourse or lexicogrammatical features/patterns are relevant here only if they explicitly discuss how these features/patterns contribute to discourse meaning or style, or to the creation of particular discourses.

The publications are ordered chronologically in ascending order, starting with a list of introductions and overviews. I opted for a chronological order, because it helps provide a sketch of beginnings and developments in terms of the focus and methodology of studies and the volume of publications. For example, the beginning of corpus approaches to (critical) discourse studies can be traced back to Leech & Fallon (1992), which also seems to be the first study to use an exploratory keyness analysis — four years before the terms keyness and keyness analysis were introduced.

I would be grateful for any suggestions regarding additions or corrections. I am particularly interested in studies published in the 1980s and early 1990s, or the last few years. If any of the publications are open-access (or have open-access versions) please send me the URL. If you are sending details of your own work, please provide formatted citations. I would also be happy to link your name to your webpage, blog, or twitter.

Please send suggestions to gabrielc@edgehill.ac.uk, using ‘DOCS bibliography’ as the email subject.

Contributors: David Ayers, Monika Bednarek, Georgia Carr, Isabella Chiari, Jersus Colmenares, Mark Dang-Anh, Kim Ebensgaard, Irene Elmerot, Saira Fitzgerald, Sharon Glaas, Daniel Ginsberg, Kat Gupta, Sally Hunt, Ersilia Incelli, Vigdis Jensen, Joanna Kopaczyk, Ramesh Krishnamurthy, Chinger Enrique Zapata Leal, Alon Lischinsky, Stef Maci, Katrin Menzel, Jim Mischler, Alan Partington, Robert Poole, Alison Sealey, Stefania Spina, Nic Subtirelu.

Special thanks to Charlotte Taylor for allowing me to incorporate entries from her bibliography of corpus-based work on Language and Gender.

In 2015-2016 I was assisted by Laura Burnham (GTA, Edge Hill University), who carried out the formatting.  Since March 2020, I have been assisted by Dan Malone (GTA, Edge Hill University). I am grateful to Prof. Alyson Brown (Edge Hill University) for allocating funds to this purpose.

Introductions and Overviews

  • Archer, D.E. (2012) Data retrieval in a diachronic context: The case of the historical English courtroom. In Nevalainen, T. & Traugott, E.C. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the History of English. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Baker, P. (2006) Using Corpora in Discourse Analysis. London: Continuum.
  • Baker, P. (2014) Using Corpora to Analyze Gender. London & New York: Bloomsbury Publishing.
  • Baker, P. (2020) Corpus-assisted discourse analysis. In Hart, C. (ed) Researching Discourse: A student guide.
  • Baker, P. & Ellece, S. (2011) Key Terms in Discourse Analysis. London: Continuum.
  • Subtirelu, N.C. & Baker, P. (2017) Corpus-based approaches. In Richardson, J. & Flowerdew, J. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Critical Discourse Studies. Routledge. 107-120.
  • Bednarek, M. (2009) Corpora and discourse: A three-pronged approach to analyzing linguistic data. In Haugh, M., Burridge, K., Mulder, J. & Peters, P. (eds.) Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. 9-24. [e-copy]
  • Biber, D., Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (2007) Discourse on the Move: Using corpus analysis to describe discourse structure. Amsterdam: Benjamins. (Chapter 1: Discourse analysis and corpus linguistics.)
  • Conrad, S. (2002) Corpus linguistic approaches for discourse analysis. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 22, 75–95.
  • Flowerdew, L. (2012) Corpus-based discourse analysis. In Gee. J.P. & Handford, M. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Analysis. New York: Routledge. 174-187.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2013) Corpus analysis of literary texts. In Chapelle, C.A. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Mautner, G. (2009) Corpora and Critical Discourse Analysis. In Baker, P. (ed.) Contemporary Corpus Linguistics. London: Continuum. 32-46.
  • Mautner, G. (2009) Checks and balances: How corpus linguistics can contribute to CDA. In Wodak, R. & Meyer, M. (eds.) Methods of Critical Discourse Analysis. London: Sage. 122-143.
  • O’Halloran, K. (2010) How to use corpus linguistics in the study of media discourse. In O’Keeffe, A. & McCarthy, M. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. Abingdon: Routledge. 563–576. [e-copy]
  • O’Keeffe, A., Clancy, B. & Adolphs, S. (2019) Corpus Pragmatics. In O’Keeffe, A., Clancy, B. & Adolphs, S. (eds.) Introducing Pragmatics in Use (2nd ed.). Routledge.
  • Partington A. (2008) The armchair and the machine: Corpus-assisted discourse studies (CADS) In Taylor Torsello, C., Ackerley, K. & Castello, E. (eds.) Corpora for University Language Teachers. Bern: Peter Lang. 189-213.
  • Partington, A. (2004) Corpora and discourse, a most congruous beast. In Partington, A., Morley, J. & Haarman, L. (eds) Corpora and Discourse. Bern: Peter Lang. 11-20.
  • Partington, A. (2001) Corpora and their uses in language research. In Aston, G. (ed.) Corpora for Language Research and Learning. Houston, Texas: Athelstan. 46-62.
  • Partington A. & Duguid, A. (2008) Modern diachronic corpus-assisted discourse studies (MD-CADS) In Bertuccelli Papa, M. & Bruti, S. (eds.) Threads in the complex fabric of language. Pisa: Felici editore. 5-19.
  • Stubbs, M. (2007) On texts, corpora and models. In Hoey, M., Mahlberg, M., Stubbs, M. & Teubert, W. (eds.) Text, Discourse and Corpora: Theory and analysis. London: Continuum. 127–161.
  • Virtanen, T.A. (2009) Corpora and discourse analysis. In Kytö, M. & Lüdeling, A. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: An international handbook Vol. 2. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. 1043-1070.
  • Wynne, M. (2006) Stylistics: Corpus approaches. In Brown, K. (Editor-in-Chief) Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics (2nd ed.), Vol. 12. Oxford: Elsevier. 223-226. [e-copy]

1980

  • Quirk, R. & Svartvik, J. (1980) A Corpus of English Conversation. Lund: CWK Geerlup.
  • Svartvik, J. (1980) ‘Well’ in conversation. In Greenbaum, S., Leech, G. N. & Svartvik, J. (eds.) Studies in English Linguistics for Randolph Quirk. London: Longman.

1982

  • Johansson, S. (1982) Tagging the London-Lund corpus of spoken English. In Johansson, S. (ed.) Computer Corpora in English Language Research. Bergen: Norwegian Computing Centre for the Humanities.
  • Svartvik, J., et al. (1982) Survey of Spoken English: Report on research 1975-81. Lund: CWK Geerlup.
  • Svartvik, J. (1982) The segmentation of impromptu speech. In Enkvist, N.E. (ed.) Impromptu Speech: A symposium. Åbo: Åbo akademi.

1983

  • Thavenius, C. (1983) Referential Pronouns in English Conversation. Lund: CWK Geerlup.

1984

  • Aijmer, K. (1984) Sort of and kind of in English conversation. Studia Linguistica, 38, 118-128.
  • Eeg-Olofsson, M. & Svartvik, J. (1984) Four-level tagging of spoken English. In Aarts, J.M.G. & Meijs, W. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: Recent developments in the use of computer corpora in English language research. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 53-64.
  • Tottie, G., Eeg-Olofsson, M. & Thavenius, C. (1984) Tagging negative sentences in LOB and LLC. In Aarts, J. & Meijs, W. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: Recent developments in the use of computer corpora in English language research. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 173-184.
  • Nasslin, S. (1984) The English Tag Question: A study of sentences containing tags of the type Isn’t it? And Is it?. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell.
  • Stenström, A-B. (1984) Discourse tags. In Aarts, J. & Meijs, W. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: Recent developments in the use of computer corpora in English language research. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 65-81.
  • Stenström, A-B. (1984) Questions and Responses in English Conversation. Lund studies in English, 64. Lund: Lund University Press.

1985

  • Aijmer, K. (1985) What happens at the end of our utterances? The use of utterance-final tag introduced by And and Or. In Togeby, O. (ed.) Papers from the Eighth Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen, Insitut for Nordisk Filologi.

1986

  • Aijmer, K. (1986) Discourse variation and hedging. In Aarts, J.M.G. & Meijs, W. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics II: New studies in the analysis and exploitation of computer corpora. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

1987

  • Erman, B. (1987) Pragmatic Expressions in English: A study of ‘you know’, ‘you see’ and ‘I mean’ in face-to-face conversation. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell.
  • Stenström, A-B. (1987) Carry on signals in English conversation. In Corpus Linguistics and Beyond: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

1988

  • Aijmer, K. (1988) “Now may we have a word on this”: The use of ‘now’ as a discourse particle. In Kyto, M., Ihalainen, O. & Rissanen, M. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics, Hard and Soft: Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

1990

  • Wikberg, K. (1990) Topic, theme and hierarchical structure in procedural discourse. In Aaarts, J. & Meijs, W. (eds.) Theory and Practice in Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 231-254.

1991

  • Amory, F. (1991) Speech acts and violence in the sagas. Arkiv för nordisk filologi, 107, 57-84.

1992

  • Biber, D. (1992) Using computer-based text corpora to analyze the referential strategies of spoken and written texts.  In Svartvik, J. (ed.) Directions in Corpus Linguistics: Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 82, Stockholm, 4-8 August 1991.  Berlin: Mouton. 213-252.
  • Leech, G. & Fallon, R. (1992). Computer corpora – What do they tell us about culture? ICAME Journal, 16, 29-50. [e-copy]

1993

  • Fox, G. (1993) A comparison of ‘policespeak’ and ‘normalspeak’: A preliminary study. In Fox, G., Hoey, M. & Sinclair, J.M. (eds) Techniques of Description: Spoken and written discourse. A Festschrift for Malcolm Coulthard. London and New York: Routledge. 183-195.
  • Stubbs, M. & Gerbig, A. (1993) Human and inhuman geography: On the computer-assisted analysis of long texts. In Hoey, M. (ed.) Data, Description, Discourse. London: Harper-Collins. 64-85.

1994

  • Biber, D. & Finegan, E.  (1994)  Multi-dimensional analyses of authors’ styles:  Some case studies from the eighteenth century. In Brink, D. & Ross, D. (eds.) Research in Humanities Computing 3. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 3-17.
  • Biber, D. & Finegan, E.  (1994)  Intra-textual variation within medical research articles.  In de Haan, P. & Oostdijk (eds.) Corpus-based Research into Language. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 201-222.  (Reprinted in Conrad and Biber (eds.) (2001), 108-123.)
  • Kim, Y-J. & Biber, D.  (1994)  A corpus-based analysis of register variation in Korean. In Biber, D. & Finegan, E. (eds.) Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Register. New York: Oxford University Press. 157-181.
  • Stubbs, M. (1994) Grammar, text, and ideology: Computer-assisted methods in the linguistics of representation. Applied Linguistics, 15(2), 201-223.

1995

  • Allen, C. (1995) On doing as you please. In Jucker, A.H. (ed.) Historical Pragmatics. Pragmatic developments in the history of English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 275-308.
  • Biber, D.  (1995)  On the role of computational, statistical, and interpretive techniques in multi-dimensional analyses of register variation:  A reply to Watson (1994) Text, 15, 341-370.
  • Hardt-Mautner, G. (1995) “Only Connect”: Critical Discourse Analysis and corpus linguistics. UCREL Technical Paper 6. Lancaster, UK: University of Lancaster. [e-copy]
  • Hirschberg, J., Nakatani, C. & Grosz, B. (1995) Discourse structure in spoken language: Studies on speech corpora. AAAI Spring Symposium Series. [e-copy]

1996

  • Carne, C. (1996) Corpora, genre analysis and dissertation writing: An evaluation of the potential of corpus-based techniques in the study of academic writing. In Botley, S., Glass, J., McEnery, T. & Wilson, A. (eds.) Proceedings of Teaching and Language Corpora, Vol. 9. Lancaster: UCREL Technical Papers. 127-137.
  • Jappy, T. (1996) Investigating grounding across narrative and oral discourse. In Botley, S., Glass, J., McEnery,, T. & Wilson, A. (eds.) Proceedings of Teaching and Language Corpora, Vol. 9. Lancaster: UCREL Technical Papers. 138-149.
  • Kettemann, B. (1996) Concordancing in stylistics teaching. In Grosser, W., Hogg, J. & Hubmeyer, K. (eds.) Style: Literary and non-literary. Contemporary trends in cultural stylistics. New York: Edwin
  • Mellen. 307-318. Kirk, J.M. (1996) Corpora and discourse: Transcription, annotation, and presentation. In Percy, C.E., Meyer, C.F. & Lancashire, I. (eds.) Synchronic Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 263-278.
  • Krishnamurthy, R. (1996) Ethnic, racial and tribal: The language of racism? In Caldas-Coulthard, R. & Coulthard, M. (eds.) Texts and Practices: Readings in Critical Discourse Analysis. London: Routledge. 129–149.
  • Morley, J. (1996) A corpus-based description of headline grammar: The verb in headlines. In Botley, S., Glass, J., McEnery, A. & Wilson, A. (eds.) Teaching and Language Corpora. Lancaster: Lancaster University. 266-280.
  • Short, M., Semino, E. & Culpeper, J. (1996) Using a corpus for stylistics research: Speech presentation. In Thomas, J. & Short, M. (eds.) Using Corpora in Language Research. London: Longman. 110-131.
  • Stubbs, M. (1996) Text and Corpus Analysis. Oxford: Blackwell.

1997

  • Gerbig, A. (1997) Lexical and Grammatical Variation in a Corpus : A computer-assisted study of discourse on the environment. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. Jackson, H. (1997) Corpus and concordance: Finding out about style. In Wichmann, A., Fligelstone, S., McEnery, T. & Knowles, G. (eds.) Teaching and Language Corpora. London: Longman. 224-239.
  • Louw, B. (1997) The role of corpora in critical literary appreciation. In Wichmann, A., Fligelstone, S., McEnery, T. & Knowles, G. (eds.) Teaching and language corpora. London: Longman. 240-251.
  • Semino, E., Short, M. & Culpeper, J. (1997) Using a corpus to test a model of speech and thought presentation. Poetics, 25(1), 17-43.
  • Stubbs, M. (1997) Whorf’s children: Critical comments on Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) In Ryan, A. & Wray, A. (eds.) Evolving Models of Language. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. [e-copy]
  • Wikberg, K. (1997) On the study of discourse and style using the techniques of corpus linguistics. In Ljung, M. (ed.) Corpus-based Studies in English. Papers from the Seventeenth International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (ICAME 17) Stockholm, May 15-19, 1996. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 311–330.

1998

  • Flowerdew, L. (1998) Corpus linguistic techniques applied to textlinguistics. System, 26(4), 541–552. Partington, A. (1998) Patterns and Meanings: Using corpora for English language research and teaching. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Stubbs, M. (1998) German loanwords and cultural stereotypes. English Today,14, 19-26.
  • Wynne, M., Short, M. & Semino, E. (1998) A corpus-based investigation of speech, thought and writing presentation in English narrative texts. In Renouf, A. (ed.) Explorations in Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 233-247.

1999

  • Alexander, R.J. (1999) Ecological commitment in business: A computer-corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis. In Verschueren, J. (ed.) Language and Ideology: Selected papers from the 6th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 1. Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association. 14–24.
  • Flowerdew, L. (1999) Investigating referential and pragmatic errors in a learner corpus. In Burnard, L. & McEnery, T. (eds.) Rethinking Language Pedagogy from a Corpus Perspective. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 145-154.
  • Ku, P. & Yang, A. (1999) An analysis of key words in tourism English. The Proceedings of the 1999 English for Specific Purposes Conference, Taoyuan, Taiwan: Ming Chuan University. 232-241.
  • Short, M.H., Wynne, M. & Semino, E. (1999) Reading reports: Discourse presentation in a corpus of narratives with special reference to news reports. In Diller, H.J. & Stratman, E.O.G. (eds.) English via Various Media. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. 39-66.

2000

  • Akimoto, M. (2000) The grammaticalization of the verb ‘pray’. In Fischer, O., Rosenbach, A. & Stein, D. (eds.) Pathways of Change: Grammaticalization in English. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 67-84.
  • Channell, J. (2000) Corpus-based analysis of evaluative lexis. In Hunston, S. & Thompson, G. (eds.) Evaluation in text: Authorial stance and the construction of discourse. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 38-55.
  • Gledhill, C. (2000) Collocations in Science Writing. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. Gledhill, C. (2000) The discourse function of collocation in research article introductions. English for Specific Purposes, 19(2), 115-135.
  • McEnery, A., Baker, P. & Hardie, A. (2000) Swearing and abuse in modern British English. In Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, B. & Melia, P.J. (eds.) Practical Applications of Language Corpora. Peter Lang. 37-48.
  • McEnery, A.M., Baker, P. & Hardie, A. (2000) Assessing claims about language use with corpus data – swearing and abuse. In Kirk, J. (ed.) Corpora Galore. Rodopi. 45-55.
  • Piper, A. (2000) Some have credit cards and others have Giro cheques: ‘Individuals’ and ‘people’ as lifelong learners in late modernity. Discourse and Society, 11(3), 515-42.

2001

  • Andersen, G. (2001) Pragmatic Markers and Sociolinguistic Variation. A relevance-theoretic approach to the language of adolescents. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Biber, D. & Conrad, S.  (2001) Register variation:  A corpus approach.  In Schiffrin, D., Tannen, D. & Hamilton, H. (eds.) The Handbook of Discourse Analysis.  Oxford: Blackwell. 175-196.
  • Connor, U. & Upton, T. (2001) Using computerized corpus analysis to investigate the textlinguistic discourse moves of a genre. English for Specific Purposes: An International Journal, 20, 313-329.
  • De Beaugrande, R.A. (2001) Interpreting the discourse of HG Widdowson: A corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis. Applied Linguistics, 22(1), 104-121.
  • Short, M., Semino, E. & Wynne, M. (2001) Revisiting the notion of faithfulness in discourse: Report/(re)presentation using a corpus approach. In Biermann, I. & Combrink, A. (eds.) Poetics, Linguistics and History: Discourses of war and conflict. Potchefstroom, South Africa: Potchefstroom University. 484-509.
  • Stubbs, M. (2001) Words and Phrases: Corpus studies of lexical semantics. Oxford: Blackwell. Stubbs, M. (2001) Texts, corpora, and problems of interpretation: A response to Widdowson. Applied Linguistics, 22(2), 149-172.
  • Teubert, W. (2001) A province of a federal superstate, ruled by an unelected bureaucracy: Keywords of the Euro-sceptic discourse in Britain. In Musolff, A., Good, C., Points, P. & Wittlinger, R. (eds.) Attitudes towards Europe. Language in the unification process. Aldershot: Ashgate. 45-88.
  • Upton, T. & Connor, U. (2001). Using computerized corpus analysis to investigate the textlinguistic discourse moves of a genre. English for Specific Purposes: An International Journal, 20, 313-329.
  • Williams, G. (2001) Mediating between lexis and texts: Collocational networks in specialised corpora. Asp, 31-33, 63-76.

2002

  • Alonso Almeida, F. & Cabrera-Abreu, M. (2002) The formulation of promise in Medieval English medical recipes: A relevance-theoretic approach. Neophilologus, 86, 137-154.
  • Andersen, G., Hasund, I.K. & Stenström; A-B. (2002) Trends in Teenage Talk: Corpus compilation, analysis, and findings. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Archer, D. (2002) “Can innocent people be guilty?” A sociopragmatic analysis of examination transcripts from the Salem Witchcraft Trials. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 3(1), 1-30.
  • Baker, P. (2002) Fantabulosa: A Dictionary of Polari and Gay Slang. Continuum.
  • Baker, P. (2002) Polari: The Lost Language of Gay Men. Routledge.
  • Baker, P. (2002) No fats, femmes or flamers: Changing constructions of identity and the object of desire in gay men’s magazines. In Benwell, B. (ed.) Masculinity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines. 243-260.
  • Culpeper, J. (2002) Computers, language and characterisation: An analysis of six characters in Romeo and Juliet. In Melander-Marttala, U., Östman, C. & Kytö, M. (eds.) Conversation in Life and in Literature: Papers from the ASLA Symposium, Association Suedoise de Linguistique Appliquée (ASLA), 15. Universitetstryckeriet: Uppsala. 11-30. [e-copy].
  • Heywood, J., Semino, E. & Short, M.H. (2002) Linguistic metaphor identification in two extracts from novels. Language and Literature, 11(1), 35-54.
  • Liang, L., Changhong, H. & Ling, Z. (2002) How do the information scientists pay attention to and study modern science: Information scientists’ visual angle of attention to modern science. Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information, 21(6), 656-663.
  • McEnery, A., Baker, P. & Cheepen, C. (2002) Lexis, indirectness and politeness in operator calls. In Peters, P., Collins, P. & Cohen, A.S. (eds.) New Frontiers of Corpus Research. Papers from the Twenty First International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora, Sydney 2000. Language and Computers Vol. 36. 53-69.
  • Short, M.H., Semino, E. & Wynne, M. (2002) Revisiting the notion of faithfulness in discourse presentation using a corpus approach. Language and Literature, 11(4), 325-355.
  • Stenström; A-B., Andersen, G. & Hasund, I.K. (2002) Trends in Teenage Talk: Corpus compilation, analysis, and findings. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Upton, T. (2002) Understanding direct mail letters as a genre. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 7(1), 65-85.

2003

  • Archer, D. (2003) The Role of the Question in Early Modern English Trial Proceedings: A corpus-based approach. Ph.D. Thesis. Lancaster University.
  • Archer, D. & Culpeper, J. (2003) Sociopragmatic annotation: New directions and possibilities in historical corpus linguistics. In Wilson, A., Rayson, P. & McEnery, T. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics by the Lune: A Festschrift for Geoffrey Leech. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 37-58.
  • Baker, P. & Stanley, J. (2003) Hello Sailor! Seafaring life for gay men: 1945-1990. Pearson.
  • Biber, D.  (2003) Compressed noun phrase structures in newspaper discourse:  The competing demands of popularization vs. economy.  In Aitchison, J. & Lewis, D. (eds.) New media discourse.  London: Routledge.
  • Changhong, H. & Liang, L. (2003) How do the information scientists pay attention to and study modern science(II) ——Information scientists’ methods used to analyze science. Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information, 22(4), 387-392.
  • Collins, J. (2003) Variations in Written English. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon.
  • de Klerk, V. (2003) The Language of Truth and Reconciliation: Was it fair to all concerned? Southern African Journal of Linguistics & Applied Language Studies, 21(1&2), 1-14.
  • Johnson, S., Culpeper, J. & Suhr, S. (2003) From ‘politically correct councillors’ to ‘Blairite nonsense’: Discourses of ‘political correctness’ in three British newspapers. Discourse and Society, 14 (1), 29-47.
  • Liang, L. & Changhong, H. (2003) How do the information scientists pay attention to and study modern science: Information scientists’ methods used to analyze science. Journal of the China Society for Scientific and Technical Information, 22(4), 387-392.
  • Liang, L. & Xiaoning, L. (2003) Word frequency analysis and quantitative study of SPRU’s research themes. Science Research Management, 24(3), 97-108.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2003) The textlinguistic dimension of corpus linguistics: The support function of English general nouns and its theoretical implication. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 8(1), 97-108.
  • McEnery, T. & Baker, P. (2003) Corpora, translation and multilingual computing. In Zannetin, F. (ed.) Corpora in Translator Education. Jerome Press. 89-102
  • McIntyre, D., Bellard-Thomson, C., Heywood, J., McEnery, A.M., Semino, E. & Short, M. (2003) The construction of a corpus to investigate the presentation of speech, thought and writing in written and spoken British English. In Archer, D., Rayson, P., McEnery, A. M. & Wilson, A. (eds.) Proceedings of the corpus linguistics 2003 conference, vol. 16. Lancaster: Centre for Computer Corpus Research on Language Technical Papers, Lancaster University, 513-522.
  • Morley, J. (2003) The sting in the tail: Persuasion in English editorial discourse. In Partington, A., Morley, J. & Haarman, L. (eds.) Corpora and Discourse.Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 239-255.
  • Mulderrig, J. (2003) Consuming education: A Critical Discourse Analysis of social actors in New Labour’s education policy. Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies, 1(1), 96-123. [e-copy]
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  • Partington, A. (2003) Corpora and discourse strategies in action: From footing to fooling. In Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, B. (ed.) PALC 2001: Practical Applications in Language Corpora. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 179-192.
  • Partington, A. (2003) Rhetoric, bluster and on-line gaffes: The tough life of a spin-doctor. In Aitchison, J. (ed.) New Media Language. London: Routledge. 116-125.
  • Partington, A. (2003) The Linguistics of Political Argument: The spin-doctor and the wolf-pack at the White House. London: Routledge.
  • Short, M.H. (2003) A corpus-based approach to speech, thought and writing presentation. In Wilson, A., Rayson, P. & McEnery, A.M. (eds.). Linguistics by the Lune: A festschrift for Geoffrey Leech. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 241-271.
  • Stubbs, M. & Barth, I. (2003) Using recurrent phrases as text-type discriminators. Functions of Language, 10(1), 61–104.

2004

  • Aijmer, K., & Stenström, A.B. (eds.) (2004) Discourse Patterns in Spoken and Written Corpora. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. \
  • Baker, P. (2004) ‘Unnatural acts’: Discourses of homosexuality within the House of Lords debates on gay male law reform. Sociolinguistics, 8(1), 88-106. [e-copy]
  • Bayley, P. (ed.) (2004) Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Parliamentary Discourse. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Bhatia, V. (2004) Legal discourse: Opportunities and threats for corpus linguistics. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 203-231.
  • Biber, D. & Conrad, S. (2004) Corpus-based comparisons of registers. In Coffin, C., Hewings, A. & O’Halloran, K.A. (eds.) Applying English grammar: Functional and corpus approaches, 40-56.  London:  Hodder Arnold.
  • Biber, D., Brown, C., Darwin, C., Kretzschmar, W.A. & Rubin, D.L. (2004)  Looking for the smoking gun:  Principled sampling in creating the tobacco industry documents corpus.  Journal of English Linguistics, 32, 31-47.
  • Cheng, W. (2004) TOOK // did you // from the miniBAR //: What is the practical relevance of a corpus-driven language study to practitioners in Hong Kong’s hotel industry? In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 141-166.
  • Collins, J., Ishazaki, S., Kaufer, D. & Vlachos, P. (2004) Teaching language awareness in rhetorical choice: Using IText and visualization in classroom genre assignments. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 18, 361-402.
  • Connor, U. & Gladkov, K. (2004) Rhetorical appeals in fundraising direct mail letters. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 257-286.
  • Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (2004) The genre of grant proposals: A corpus linguistic analysis. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 235-256.
  • Crawford Camiciottoli, B. (2004) Metaphor as evaluation in business studies lectures. In Anderson, L. & Bamford, J. (eds.) Evaluation in Spoken and Written Academic Discourse. Rome: Officina Edizioni. 53-68. Florence: Unipress. 171-183.
  • Crismore, A. (2004) Pronouns and metadiscourse as interpersonal rhetorical devices in fundraising letters: A corpus linguistic analysis. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 307-330.
  • Flowerdew, L. (2004) The argument for using English specialized corpora to understand academic and professional language. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 11-33.
  • Goering, E.M. (2004) Framing matters: Communicating relationships through metaphor in fundraising texts. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 287-306.
  • Hyland, K. (2004) A convincing argument: Corpus analysis and academic persuasion. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 87-112.
  • Kemppanen, H. (2004) Keywords and Ideology in Translated History Texts: A Corpus-based Analysis. Across Languages and Cultures, 5(1), 89-106.
  • Kretzschmar, W.A., Darwin, C., Brown, C., Rubin, D.L. & Biber, D. (2004) Looking for the smoking gun:  Principled sampling in creating the tobacco industry documents corpus.  Journal of English Linguistics, 32, 31-47.
  • McCarthy, M. & Handford, M. (2004) “Invisible to us”: A preliminary corpus-based study of spoken business English. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 167-201.
  • McIntyre, D., Bellard-Thomson, C., Heywood, J., McEnery, A.M., Semino, E. & Short, M.H. (2004) Investigating the presentation of speech, writing and thought in British English: A corpus-based approach. ICAME Journal, 28, 49-76.
  • O’Halloran, K. & Coffin, C. (2004) Checking overinterpretation and underinterpretation: Help from corpora in critical linguistics. In Coffin, C., Hewings, A. & O’Halloran, K. (eds) Applying English Grammar: Corpus and Functional Approaches. London: Arnold. 275-297.
  • Partington, A. & Morley, J. (2004) At the heart of ideology: Word and cluster/bundle frequency in political debate. In Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, B. (ed.) PALC 2003: Practical Applications in Language Corpora. Peter Lang. 179-192.
  • Partington, A. (2004) ‘Utterly content in each other’s company’: Semantic prosody and semantic preference. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 9(1), 131-156.
  • Partington, A., Morley, J. & Haarman L. (eds.) (2004) Corpora and Discourse. Bern: Peter Lang. Reppen, R. (2004) Academic language: An exploration of university classroom and textbook language. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. John Benjamins. 65-86.
  • Samson C. (2004) Interaction in written economics lectures: The metadiscoursive role of person markers. In Stenstrom, A-B. & Aijmer, K. (eds.) Discourse Patterns in Spoken and written Corpora.Pragmatics and Beyond Series. John Benjamins.
  • Samson, C (2004) Taking a stance: evaluative adjectives in a corpus of written economics lectures. In Anderson, L. & Bamford, J. (eds.) Evaluation in Oral and Written Academic Discourse. Roma: Officina Edizioni.
  • Samson, C. (2004) “Some interpersonal meta-discursive aspects in contemporary written economics lectures”. Proceedings of the International Conference “Academic Discourse: genre and small corpora” – Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia – Modena (Italy) 6-7 December 2001. In Bondi, M., Gavioli, L. & Silver, M. (eds.) Academic Discourse: Genre and small corpora. Roma: Officina Edizioni.
  • Semino, E. & Short, M. (2004) Corpus Stylistics: A corpus-based study of speech, thought and writing in a corpus of English writing. London: Routledge.
  • Semino, E. & Short, M.H. (2004) Corpus Stylistics: Speech, writing and thought presentation in a corpus of English writing. London: Routledge.
  • Semino, E., Heywood, J. & Short, M.H. (2004) Methodological problems in the analysis of a corpus of conversations about cancer. Journal of Pragmatics, 36(7), 1271-1294.
  • Sotillo, S.M. & Wang-Gempp, J. (2004) Using corpus linguistics to investigate class, ideology, and discursive practices in online political discussions: Pedagogical applications of corpora. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds) Applied Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 91-122.
  • Walsh, P. (2004) Throwing light on prediction: Insights from a corpus of financial news articles. In Partington, A., Morley, J. & Haarman, L. (eds.) Corpora and Discourse. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 335-48.
  • Warren, M. (2004) // so what have YOU been WORking on REcently //: Compiling a specialized corpus of spoken business English. In Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (eds.) Discourse in the Professions: Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 115-140.

2005

  • Archer, D. (2005) Questions and Answers in the English Courtroom (1640-1760). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (2005) A corpus-based approach to discourses of refugees and asylum seekers in un and newspaper texts. Journal of Language and Politics, 42, 197-226.
  • Baker, P. (2005) Public Discourses of Gay Men. London: Routledge.
  • Barnbrook, G., Danielsson, P., & Mahlberg, M. (eds.) (2005) Meaningful texts: The extraction of semantic information from monolingual and multilingual corpora. London: Continuum.
  • Biber, D. & Jones, J.K. (2005) Merging corpus linguistic and discourse analytic research goals: Discourse units in biology research articles. Corpus Linguistics and Linguιstic Theory, 1(2), 151–182.
  • Coffin, C. & O’Halloran, K. (2005) Finding the global groove: Theorising and analysing dynamic reader positioning using APPRAISAL, corpus, and a concordancer. Critical Discourse Studies, 2(2), 143.
  • Freddi, M. (2005) Arguing linguistics: corpus investigation of one functional variety of academic discourse. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 4(1), 5-26.
  • Graham, P. (2005) Analysing policy values in a knowledge economy. In Rooney, D., Hearn, G. & Ninan, A. (eds.) The Knowledge Economy Handbook. London: Edward Elgar.
  • Graham, P. (2005) Hypercaptalism: New Media, language, and social perceptions of value (digital formations). New York: Peter Lang. Mahlberg, M. (2005) English General Nouns: A corpus theoretical approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2005) The evidence: Corpus design and the words in a dictionary. In Teubert, W. & Mahlberg, M. (eds.) The Corpus Approach to Lexicography. Thematischer Teil von Lexicographica. Internationales Jahrbuch für Lexikographie, 20, 114-129.
  • Mautner, G. (2005) Time to get wired: Using web-based corpora in Critical Discourse Analysis. Discourse & Society, 16(6), 809-828.
  • Orpin, D. (2005) Corpus linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis: Examining the ideology of sleaze. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 10(1), 37-61.
  • Pearce, M. (2005) Informalization in UK party election broadcasts 1966-1997. Language and Literature, 14(1), 65-90.
  • Rodrigues Júnior, A.S. (2005) An exploratory study of representation of gay characters in a parallel corpus of short stories: a systemic-functional approach. Cadernos de Tradução, 16(2).
  • Rutherford, B.A. (2005) Genre analysis of corporate annual report narratives: A corpus linguistics-based approach. Journal of Business Communication, 42(4), 349-378.
  • Semino, E. & Heywood, J. (2005) Source ‘scenes’ and source ‘domains’: Insights from a corpus-based study of metaphors for communication. In Barnden, J.A., Clasbey, S.R., Lee, M. & Wallington, A.M. (eds.) Proceeding of the Third Interdisciplinary Workshop on Corpus-Based Approaches to Figurative Language. Birmingham: University of Birmingham. [e-copy]
  • Semino, E., Hardie, A., Koller, V. & Rayson, P. (2005) A computer-assisted approach to the analysis of metaphor variation across genres. In Barnden, J., Lee, M., Littlemore, J., Moon, R., Philip, G. & Wallington, A. (eds.) Corpus-Based Approaches to Figurative Language. Birmingham: University of Birmingham School of Computer Science. 145-153.
  • Stubbs, M. (2005) Conrad in the computer: Examples of quantitative stylistic methods. Language and Literature, 14(1), 5-24.
  • Wang, S. (2005) Corpus-based approaches and discourse analysis in relation to reduplication and repetition. Journal of Pragmatics, 37, 505-540. [e-copy]
  • Xiao, Z. & McEnery, A. (2005) Two approaches to genre analysis: three genres in modern American English. Journal of English Linguistics, 33(1), 62-82. [e-copy]  

2006

  • Archer, D. (2006) (Re)Initiating strategies: Judges and defendants in Early Modern English courtrooms. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 7(2), 181-211.
  • Archer, D. (2006) Tracing the development of advocacy in two nineteenth-century English trials. In Dossena, M. & Taavitsainen, I. (eds.) Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-Specific English. Bern: Peter Lang. 41-68.
  • Bednarek, M. (2006) Evaluating Europe – Parameters of evaluation in the British press. In Leung C. & Jenkins, J. (eds.) Reconfiguring Europe  the Contribution of Applied Linguistics (British Studies in Applied Linguistics 20). London: BAAL/Equinox. 137-156.
  • Bednarek, M. (2006) Evaluation in Media Discourse: Analysis of a newspaper corpus. London: Continuum.
  • Biber, D.  (2006) University Language:  A corpus-based study of spoken and written registers.  Amsterdam:  John Benjamins.
  • Bijeikienė, V. & Utka, A. (2006) Gender-specific features in Lithuanian parliamentary discourse: An interdisciplinary sociolinguistic and corpus-based study. SKY Journal of Linguistics, 19, 63-99.
  • Coffin, C. & O’Halloran, K. (2006) The role of appraisal and corpora in detecting covert evaluation. Functions of Language, 13(1), 77-110.
  • Crawford Camiciottoli, B. (2006) Corporate earnings calls: A hybrid genre? In Fortanet Gòmez, I., Palmer Silveira, J.C. & Ruiz Garrido. M. (eds.) English for International and Intercultural Business Communication. Bern: Peter Lang. 109-138.
  • Crawford Camiciottoli, B. (2006) Rhetorical strategies of company executives and investment analysts: Textual metadiscourse in corporate earnings calls. In Bhatia, V.K. & Gotti, M. (eds.) Explorations in Specialized Genres. Bern: Peter Lang. 115-133.
  • De Groot, E.B., Korzilius, H., Ickerson, C.N., & Gerritsen, M. (2006) A corpus analysis of text themes and photographic themes in managerial forewords of Dutch-English and British annual general reports. Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions 49(3), 217–235.
  • Dilts, P. & Newman, J. (2006) A note on quantifying ‘good’ and ‘bad’ prosodies. Corpus Linguistics & Linguistic Theory, 2(2), 233-242.
  • Ensslin, A. & Johnson, S. (2006) Language in the news: Investigating representations of ‘Englishness’ using WordSmith Tools. Corpora, 1(2), 153-185.
  • Ensslin, A. & Johnson, S. (2006) Language in the news: Some reflections on keyword analysis using Wordsmith Tools and the BNC. Leeds Working Papers in Linguistics, 11. [e-copy]
  • Fox, R. (2006) Using corpus linguistics to describe corporations’ ideologies. Tourism and Hospitality Management, 12(2), 15-24.
  • Inaki, A. & Okita, T. (2006) A small-corpus-based approach to Alice’s Roles. Literary & Linguistic Computing, 21(3), 283-294.
  • Kaltenbacher, M. (2006) Exploring culture related linguistic differences in tourist board web-sites: The emotive and the factual. In Thompson, G. & Hunston, S. (eds.) System and Corpus: Exploring connections. London: Equinox. 269-292.
  • McEnery, T. (2006) Swearing in English: Bad language, purity and power from 1586 to the present. London: Routledge.
  • McEnery, T. (2006) The moral panic about bad language in England, 1691–1745. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 7(1), 89–113. [e-copy]
  • Milizia, D. (2006) Classifying phraseology in a spoken corpus of political discourse. ESP Across Cultures, 3, 41-65. Morley, J. (2006) Lexical cohesion and rhetorical structure. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 11, 265-282.
  • Partington A. (2006) The Linguistics of Laughter: A corpus-assisted study of laughter-talk. London: Routledge.
  • Partington, A. (2006) Metaphors, motifs and similes across discourse types: Corpus-assisted Discourse Studies (CADS) at work. In Stefanowitsch, A. & Gries, S. (eds.) Corpus-based Approaches to Metaphor and Metonymy. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 267-304.
  • Piqué-Angordans, J. & Posteguillo, S. (2006) Peer positive and negative assessment in medical English written genres. In Gotti, M. & Salager-Meyer, F. (eds.) Advances in Medical Discourse Analysis: Oral and Written Contexts, Bern: Peter Lang. 383-406.
  • Samson, C. (2006) ‘…is different from…’. A corpus-based study of evaluative adjectives in economics discourse. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. Special Issue: Insights from Corpus Linguistics for Professional Communication, 49(3), 236-245.
  • Seale, C. (2006) Gender accommodation in online cancer support groups. Health, 10(3), 345-360.
  • Seale, C., Charteris-Black J. & Ziebland, S. (2006) Gender, cancer experience and internet use: A comparative keyword analysis of interviews and online cancer support groups. Social Science and Medicine, 62(10), 2577-2590.
  • Semino, E. (2006) A corpus-based study of metaphors for speech activity in British English. In Gries, S.T. & Stefanowitsch, A. (eds.) Corpora in Cognitive Linguistics: Conceptual metaphors. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 35-60.
  • Starcke, B. (2006) The phraseology of Jane Austen’s persuasion: Phraseological units as carriers of meaning. ICAME Journal, 30, 87-104. [e-copy]
  • Stvan, L.S. (2006) The contingent meaning of -ex brand names in English. Corpora, 1(2), 217-250.
  • Stvan, L.S. (2006) Diachronic change in the discourse markers why and say in American English. In Hornero, A., Luzón, M., & Murillo, S. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: Applications for the study of English. Bern: Peter Lang. 61-76.
  • Taylor, C. (2006) Powerless language? Witness strategies in the Hutton Inquiry. In Gotti, M. & Flowerdew, J. (eds.) Studies in Specialized Discourse. Berlin: Peter Lang.
  • Tottie, G. & Hoffmann, S. (2006) Tag questions in British and American English. Journal of English Linguistics, 34(4), 283-311.
  • Trigg, L.J. (2006) Reproducing social inequality in the National Health Information Infrastructure. In Nursing Informatics 2006—9th International Congress in Nursing Informatics, Stud Health Technol Inform, 122, 353-358. [e-copy]  

2007

  • Archer, D. (2007) Developing a more detailed picture of the English courtroom (1640-1760): Data and methodological issues facing historical pragmatics. In Fitzmaurice, S.M. & Taavitsainen, I. (eds.) Methodological Issues in Historical Pragmatics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 185-217.
  • Bednarek, M. (2007) Local grammar and register variation: explorations in broadsheet and tabloid newspaper discourse. Empirical Language Research 1(1). [e-copy]
  • Biber, D.  (2007) Compressed noun phrase structures in newspaper discourse:  The competing demands of popularization vs. economy.  In Teubert, W. & Krishnamurthy, R. (eds.) Corpus linguistics:  Critical concepts in linguistics, Vol. 5. London: Rouledge. 130-141. [Reprint of 2003 article in New media discourse]
  • Biber, D., Connor, U. & Upton, T.A. (2007) Discourse on the Move: Using corpus analysis to describe discourse structure. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Breeze, R. (2007) How Personal is this Text? Researching Writer and Reader Presence in Student Writing Using Wordsmith Tools. CORELL: Computer Resources for Language Learning, 1, 14-21. [e-copy]
  • Brown, B., Crawford, P., Harvey, K.J., Macfarlane, A. & McPherson, A. (2007) ‘Am I normal?’ Teenagers, sexual health and the internet. Social Science & Medicine, 65, 771-781.
  • Crawford Camiciottoli, B., (2007) The Language of Business Studies Lectures: A corpus-assisted analysis. Amsterdam and London: John Benjamins.
  • Degano, C. (2007) Dissociation and presupposition in discourse: A corpus study. Argumentation, 21(4), 361-378.
  • Duguid, A. (2007) Men at work: How those at Number 10 construct their working identity. In Garzone, G. & Srikant, S. (eds.) Discourse, Ideology and Specialized Communication. Bern: Peter Lang. 453-484.
  • Duguid, A. (2007) Soundbiters bit: Contracted dialogistic space and textual relations through Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies. In Fairclough, N., Cortese, G. & Ardizzone, P. (eds.)Discourse and Contemporary Social Change. Bern: Peter Lang. 73-94.
  • Ferrari, F. (2007) G.W. Bush’s public speeches to the nation: Exploiting emotion in persuasion. In Fairclough, N., Cortese, G. & Ardizzone, P. (eds.)Discourse and Contemporary Social Change: Linguistic Insights, 54, Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 381-404.
  • Ferrari, F. (2007) Metaphor at work in the analysis of political discourse: Investigating a ‘preventive war’ persuasion strategy. Discourse and Society, 18(5), 603-625.
  • Fuertes-Olivera, P.A. (2007) A corpus-based view of lexical gender in written Business English. English for Specific Purposes, 26(2), 219-234.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2007) Selecting query terms to build a specialised corpus from a restricted-access database. ICAME Journal, 31, 5-43. [e-copy]
  • Hamilton, C., Adolphs, S. & Nerlich, B. (2007) The meanings of ‘risk’: A view from corpus linguistics. Discourse & Society, 18(2), 163-181.
  • Harvey, K.J., Brown, B., Crawford, P., Macfarlane, A. & McPherson, A. (2007) ‘Am I normal?’ Teenagers, sexual health and the internet. Social Science & Medicine, 65, 771-781.
  • Hoey, M., Mahlberg, M., Stubbs, M. & Teubert, W. (2007) Text, Discourse and Corpora: Theory and analysis. With an introduction by John Sinclair. London: Continuum.
  • Hoey, M. (2007) Lexical priming and literary creativity. In Hoey, M., Mahlberg, M., Stubbs, M. & Teubert, W. (eds.) Text, Discourse, and Corpora: Theory and analysis. London: Continuum.
  • Kaltenbacher, M. (2007) Systemic Functional Linguistics and corpus analysis: The language of exaggeration in web-sites of tourism. In Gruber, H., Kaltenbacher, M. & Muntigl, P. (eds.) Empirical Approaches to Discourse Analysis. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 89-117.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2007) Clusters, key clusters and local textual functions in Dickens. Corpora, 2(1), 1-31.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2007) Corpus stylistics: Bridging the gap between linguistic and literary studies. In Hoey, M., Mahlberg, M., Stubbs, M. & Teubert, W. (eds.) Text, Discourse, and Corpora: Theory and analysis. London: Continuum. 219-246.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2007) Lexical items in discourse: identifying local textual functions of sustainable development. In Hoey, M., Mahlberg, M., Stubbs, M. & Teubert, W. (eds.) Text, Discourse, and Corpora: Theory and analysis. London: Continuum. 191-218.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2007) Corpora and translation studies: Textual functions of lexis in Bleak House and in a translation of the novel into German. In Intonti, V., Todisco, G. & Gatto, M. (eds.) La Traduzione. Lo Stato dell’Arte. Translation. The State of the Art. Ravenna: Longo. 115-135.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2007) Clusters, key clusters and local textual functions in Dickens. Corpora, 2(1), 1-31.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2007) A corpus stylistic perspective on Dickens’ Great Expectations. In Lambrou, M. & Stockwell, P. (eds.) Contemporary Stylistics. London: Continuum. 19-31.
  • Mautner, G. (2007) Mining large corpora for social information: The case of ‘elderly.’ Language in Society, 36(1), 51-72.
  • Mulderrig, J. (2007) Textual strategies of representation and legitimation in new labour policy discourse. In Green, A., Rikowski, G. & Raduntz, H. (eds.) Renewing Dialogues in Marxism and Education, Vol. 1. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 135-150.
  • O’Halloran, K.A. (2007) Corpus-assisted literary evaluation. Corpora, 2(1), 33-63.
  • O’Halloran, K.A. (2007) The subconscious in James Joyce’s “Eveline”: A corpus stylistic analysis which chews on the “Fish hook”. Language and Literature, 16(3), 227-244.
  • O’Halloran, K. (2007) Corpus-assisted literary evaluation. Corpora, 2(1), 33-63. [e-copy]
  • O’Halloran, K. (2007) Critical Discourse Analysis and the corpus-informed interpretation of metaphor at the register level. Applied Linguistics, 28(1), 1-24.
  • Partington, A. (2007) Footing shift for attribution: According to the New York Times this morning…. In Teubert, W. & Krishnamurthy, R. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, Vol. 5. London: Routledge. 88-108.
  • Partington, A. (2007) Irony and reversal of evaluation. Journal of Pragmatics, 39, 1547-1569.
  • Partington, A. (2007) Metaphors, motifs and similes across discourse types: Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies (CADS) at work. In Stefanowitsch, A. & Gries, S.T. (eds.) Corpus-Based Approaches to Metaphor and Metonymy. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 267-304.
  • Samson, C. (2007) Academic and professional website identities: anything to share? In Quaderni del Dipartimento di Linguistica. Università di Firenze: Unipress. 169-182.
  • Seale, C., Boden, S., Lowe, P., Steinberg, D. & Williams, S. (2007) Media constructions of sleep: A study of UK national newspapers. Social Science and Medicine, 65(3), 418-430.
  • Stvan, L.S. (2007) Lexical conflation and edible iconicity: Two sources of ambiguity in American vernacular health terminology. Communication & Medicine, 4(2), 189-199.
  • Teubert, W. (2007) Natural and human rights, work and property in the discourse of Catholic social doctrine. In Hoey, M., Mahlberg, M., Stubbs, M. & Teubert, W. (eds.) Text, Discourse, and Corpora: Theory and analysis. London: Continuum.
  • Thompson, P. & Sealey, A. (2007) Through children’s eyes? Corpus evidence of the features of children’s literature. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 12(1), 1-23.
  • Trigg, L.J. (2007) Social construction of the patient through problems of safety, uninsurance, and unequal treatment: A discourse analysis of Institute of Medicine executive summaries. MedInfo 2007, 12th International Congress Medical (Health) Informatics. [e-copy]

2008

  • Alonso-Almeida, F. (2008) The pragmatics of “and”-conjunctives in Middle English medical recipes. A relevance theory description. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 9(2), 171-199.
  • Archer, D.E. (2008) Verbal aggression and impoliteness: Related or synonymous? In Bousfield, D. & Locher, M.A. (eds.) Impoliteness in Language: Studies on its interplay with power in practice. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter. 181-207.
  • Archer, D., Culpeper, J. & Davies, M. (2008) Pragmatic annotation. In Kytö, M. & Lüdeling, A. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: An international handbook. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Baker, P (2008) Sexed Texts: Language, gender and sexuality. London: Equinox.
  • Baker, P. (2008) ‘Eligible’ bachelors and ‘frustrated’ spinsters: Corpus linguistics, gender and language. In Sunderland, J., Harrington, K. & Stantson, H. (eds.) Gender and Language Research Methodologies. Palgrave. 73–84.
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos C., Khosravinik, M., Krzyzanowski, M., McEnery, T. & Wodak, R. (2008) A useful methodological synergy? Combining Critical Discourse Analysis and corpus linguistics to examine discourses of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK press. Discourse & Society, 19(3), 273-305. [e-copy]  [Also translated in Spanish]
  • Bednarek, M. (2008) ‘What the hell is wrong with you?’ A corpus perspective on evaluation and emotion in contemporary American pop culture. In Knight, N. & Mahboob, A. (eds.) Questioning Linguistics. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. 95-126.
  • Bednarek, M. (2008) Emotion Talk Across Corpora. Houndsmills: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Biber, D. & Conrad, S. (2009) Register, Genre, and Style. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.
  • Biber, D.  (2008) Corpus-based analyses of discourse:  Dimensions of variation in conversation.  In Bhatia, V.K., Flowerdew, J. & Jones, R. (eds.) Advances in Discourse Studies. London: Routledge. 100-114. Brown, M. (2008) Managing nature – business as usual. Olso: The University of Oslo. [e-copy]
  • Bruce, I. (2008) Cognitive genre structures in Methods sections of research articles: A corpus study. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 7(1), 38-54.
  • Charteris-Black, J., Dumelow, C., Locock, J., Seale, C. & Ziebland, S. (2008) The effect of joint interviewing on the performance of gender. Field Methods, 20, 107-128.
  • Culpeper, J. & Archer, D.E. (2008) Requests and directness in Early Modern English trial proceedings and play-texts, 1640-1760. In Jucker, A.H. & Taavitsainen, I. (eds.) Speech Acts in the History of English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 45-84.
  • Duguid, A. (2008) Loud signatures comparing evaluative discourse styles: rants and riffs versus measured tones. In Romer, U. & Schulze, R. (eds.) Exploring the Lexis/Grammar Interface. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 289-315.
  • Ferrari, F. (2008) Bush versus Blair: Keywords heading the nation. Issues in Political Discourse, 3, 1-28. Flowerdew, L. (2008) Corpus-based Analyses of the Problem-Solution Pattern. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Flowerdew, L. (2008) Determining discourse-based moves in professional reports. In Ädel, A. & Reppen, R. (eds.) Corpora and Discourse: The challenges of different settings. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 117-134.
  • Gabrielatos, C. & Baker, P. (2008) Fleeing, sneaking, flooding: A corpus analysis of discursive constructions of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK Press 1996-2005. Journal of English Linguistics, 36(1), 5-38. [e-copy]
  • Harvey, K., Churchill, D., Crawford, P., Brown, B., Mullany, L., Macfarlane, A. & McPherson, A. (2008) Health communication and adolescents: What do their emails tell us? Family Practice, 25, 1-8.
  • Hou, H., Kretschmer, H. & Liu, Z. (2008) The structure of scientific collaboration networks in Scientometrics. Scientometrics, 75(2), 189-202. [e-copy]
  • Hyland, K. (2008) ‘Small bits of textual material’: Voice and engagement in Swales’ writing. English for Specific Purposes, 27(2), 143-160.
  • Hyland, K. (2008) Academic clusters: text patterning in published and postgraduate writing. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 18 (1), 41-62.
  • Kaufer, D. & Hariman, R. (2008) Discriminating political styles as genres: A corpus study exploring Hariman’s theory of political style. Text & Talk, 28, 475-500.
  • Koller, V., Hardie, A., Rayson, P. & Semino, E. (2008) Using a semantic annotation tool for the analysis of metaphor in discourse. Metaphorik.de, 15, 141-160.
  • Koteyko, N. & Carter, R. (2008) Discourse of ‘transformational leadership’ in infection control. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 12(4), 479-99.
  • Koteyko, N., Nerlich, B., Crawford, P. & Wright, N. (2008) ‘Not rocket science’ or ‘No silver bullet’? Media and Government Discourses about MRSA and Cleanliness. Applied Linguistics, 29(2), 223-243.
  • Lorés Sanz, R. (2008) Genres in contrast: The exploration of writers’ visibility in research articles and research article abstracts. In Burgess, S. & Martín-Martín, P. (eds.) English as an Additional Language in Research Publication and Communication.  Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 105-122.
  • Mahlberg, M. & O’Donnell, M.B. (2008) A fresh view of the structure of hard news stories. In Neumann, S. & Steiner, E. (eds.) Online Proceedings of the 19th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop. Saarbrücken, 23-25 July 2007. Available at: http://scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de/volltexte/2008/1700/
  • Mulderrig, J. (2008) Using keywords analysis in CDA: Evolving discourses of the knowledge economy in education. In Jessop, B., Fairclough, N. & Wodak, R. (eds.) Education and the Knowledge-Based Economy in Europe. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 149-170. [e-copy]
  • Partington A. (2008) Misperformance at the White House: A corpus-assisted study of face-work in institutional-conversational laughter-talk. Textus, 21, 147-166.
  • Partington A. (2008) Teasing at the White House: A corpus-assisted study of face work in performing and responding to teases. Text & Talk, 28(6), 771-792.
  • Pearce, M. (2008) Investigating the collocational behaviour of man and woman in the BNC using Sketch Engine 1. Corpora, 3(1), 1-29.
  • Precht, K. (2008) Sex similarities and differences in stance in informal American conversation. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 12(1), 89-111.
  • Seale, C. & Charteris-Black, J. (2008) The interaction of age and gender in illness narratives. Ageing and Society 28(7), 1025-1043.
  • Seale, C. & Charteris-Black, J. (2008) The interaction of class and gender in illness narratives. Sociology, 42(3), 453-469.
  • Seale, C. (2008) Mapping the field of medical sociology: A comparative analysis of journals.  Sociology of Health and Illness, 30(5), 677-695.
  • Stvan, L.S. (2008) Health literacy: A single meaning or three senses conflated?. In Campos Pardillos, M. & Bomez Gonzalez-Jover, A. (eds.) The Language of Health Care: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Language and Health Care. IULMA: University of Alicante, Spain. 1-13.
  • Taylor, C. (2008) Metaphors of anti-Americanism in a corpus of UK, US and Italian newspapers. ESP Across Cultures, 5, 137-152. [e-copy]
  • Taylor, C. (2008) What is corpus linguistics? What the data says. ICAME Journal, 32, 143-164.
  • Thelwall, M. (2008) Fk yea I swear: Cursing and gender in MySpace. Corpora, 3(1), 83-107.
  • Toolan, M.J. (2008) ‘Around 1990, Corpus Linguistics set in’: Combining Systemic Linguistics, Corpus Methods, and Stylistics in the Study of Narrative. In Nørgaard, N. (ed.) Systemic Functional Linguistics in Use. Odense: University of Southern Denmark. 85-110. [e-copy]
  • Toolan, M.J. (2008) Narrative progression in the short story: First steps in a corpus stylistic approach. Narrative, 16(2), 105-120.

2009

  • Alexander, R.J. (2009) Framing Discourse on the Environment: A critical discourse approach. New York: Routledge.
  • Archer, D.E & Culpeper, J. (2009) Identifying “key” sociophilological usage in plays and trial proceedings (1640-1760): An empirical approach via corpus annotation. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 10(2), 286-309.
  • Archer, D.E, Culpeper, J. & Rayson, P. (2009) Love – ‘a familiar of a devil’? An exploration of key domains in Shakespeare’s comedies and tragedies. In Archer, D.E. (ed.) What’s in a Word-list? Investigating word frequency and keyword extraction. Ashgate, 137-158.
  • Baker, P. (2009) ‘The question is, how cruel is it?’ Keywords, fox hunting and the House of Commons. In Archer, D. (ed.) What’s in a Word-list? Investigating word frequency and keyword extraction. Farnham: Ashgate. 125-136.
  • Baker, P. (2009) Issues in teaching corpus-based discourse analysis. In Lombardo, L. (ed.) Using Corpora to Learn about Language and Discourse. Peter Lang. 73-98.
  • Baker, P. (2009) Language and sexuality. In Culpeper, J., Katamba, F., Kerswill, P., Wodak, R. & McEnery, T. (eds.) English Language and Linguistics. London: Palgrave. 550-563.
  • Barrett, D. (2009) Fat cats, bankers, greed and gloom – the language of financial meltdown. In González-Díaz, V., Mahlberg, M. & Smith, C. (eds.) Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics Conference CL2009. Liverpool: University of Liverpool. [e-copy]
  • Bednarek, M. (2009) Corpora and discourse: a three-pronged approach to analyzing linguistic data. In Burridge, K., Haugh, M., Mulder, J. & Peters, P. (eds.) Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages, Cascadilla Proceedings Project, Sommerville, MA. Available at http://www.lingref.com/cpp/ausnc/2008/index.html.
  • Caiazzo, L. (2009) ‘National’, ‘international’ and ‘global’ across British and Indian university websites. ESP Across Cultures, 9, 45-60.
  • Charles, M., Pecorari, D. & Hunston, S. (eds.) (2009) Academic Writing: At the interface of corpus and discourse. London: Continuum.
  • Cheng, W. (2009) Income/interest/net: Using internal criteria to determine the aboutness of a text. In Aijmer, K. (ed.) Corpora and Language Teaching. Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins. 157-178.
  • Cirillo, L., Marchi, A. & Venuti, M. (2009) The making of the CorDis corpus: compilation and markup. In Bayley, P. & Morley, J. (eds.) Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the War. London: Routledge. 13-33.
  • Coffin, C. & O’Halloran, K. (2009) Finding the global groove: Theorising and analysing dynamic reader positioning using APPRAISAL, corpus and a concordancer. In Coffin, C., Lillis, T. & O’Halloran, K. (eds.) Applied Linguistics Methods: A Reader- Systemic Functional Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Ethnography. Abingdon, UK: Routledge / The Open University.
  • Crawford Camiciottoli, B. (2009) Collective and individual identities in business studies lectures. In Gotti, M. (ed.) Commonality and Individuality in Academic Discourse. Bern: Peter Lang. 141-160.
  • Culpeper, J. (2009) Keyness: Words, parts-of-speech and semantic categories in the character-talk of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 14(1), 29-59.
  • Dorgeloh, H. & Wanner, A. (2009) Formulaic argumentation in scientific discourse. In Corrigan, R., Moravcsik, E.A., Ouali, H. & Wheatley, K.M. (eds.) Formulaic Language, Volume 2: Acquisition, loss, psychological reality, and functional explanations. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 523–544.
  • Duguid, A. (2009) Insistent voices-government messages. In Bayley, P. & Morley, J. (eds.) Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the War. London: Routledge. 234-260.
  • Fitzsimmons-Doolan, S. (2009) Is public discourse about language policy really public discourse about immigration? A corpus-based study. Language Policy, 8(4), 377-402.
  • Flowerdew, J. & Mahlberg, M. (eds.) (2009) Corpus Linguistics and Lexical Cohesion. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Gooberman-Hill, R., French, M., Dieppe, P. & Hawker, G. (2009) Expressing pain and fatigue: A new method of analysis to explore differences in osteoarthritis experience. Arthritis & Rheumatism-Arthritis Care & Research,61(3), 353-360.
  • Hakam, J. (2009) The ‘Cartoons Controversy’: A Critical Discourse Analysis of English-language Arab newspaper discourse. Discourse & Society, 20(1), 33-57.
  • Hitunen, T. & Tyrkkö, J. (2009) ‘Tis well known to barbers and laundresses: Overt references to knowledge in English medical writing from the Middle Ages to the Present Day. In Kehoe, A. & Renouf, A. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics: Refinements and reassessments. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 67-86.
  • Kaltenbacher, M. (2009) Style and culture in quantitative discourse analysis. In Renkema, J. (ed.) Discourse, of Course. An Overview of Research in Discourse Studies. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 143-156.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2009) Local textual functions of ‘move’ in newspaper story patterns. In Römer, U. & Schulze, R. (eds.) Exploring the Lexis-Grammar Interface. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 265-287.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2009) Corpus stylistics and the Pickwickian watering-pot. In Baker, P. (ed.) Contemporary Corpus Linguistics. London: Continuum. 47-63
  • Mahlberg, M. (2009) Patterns in news stories: A corpus approach to teaching discourse analysis. In Lombardo, L. (ed.) Using Corpora to Learn about Language and Discourse. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 99-132.
  • Mahlberg, M. & Gonzalelz-Diaz, V. (eds.) (2009) Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics Conference, CL2009. Liverpool: University of Liverpool.
  • Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (2009) If on a winter’s night two researchers …: A challenge to assumptions of soundness of interpretation. CADAAD Journal, 3(1), 1-20. [e-copy]
  • Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (2009) Who was fighting and who/what was being fought? Press reporting of the conflict in Iraq in 2003. In Catenaccio, P. & Garzone, G. (eds.) Identities Across Medias and Modes: Discursive Perspectives. Bern: Peter Lang. 259-287.
  • Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (2009) Establishing the EU: The representation of Europe in the press in 1993 and 2005. In Hundt, M., Jucker, A.H. & Schreier, D. (eds.) Corpora: Pragmatics and Discourse. Papers from the 29th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (ICAME 29) Amsterdam: Rodopi. 203-226.
  • McEnery, T. (2009) Keywords and moral panics: Mary Whitehouse and media censorship. In Archer, D. (ed.) What’s in a Word-list? Investigating word frequency and keyword extraction. Farnham: Ashgate. 93-124.
  • Milizia, D. (2009) Migration of n-grams and concgrams in political speeches. In Forms of Migrations – Migration of Forms: Atti del XXIII Convegno Nazionale AIA. Bari: Progedit. 496-514.
  • Miller, D. & Johnson, J. (2009) Strict vs. nurturant parents? A corpus-assisted study of congressional positioning on the war in Iraq. In Bayley, P. & Morley, J. (eds.) Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the War. London: Routledge. 34-73.
  • Mischler III, J.J. (2009) The cognition/culture continuum: A historical study of metaphor. In Noonan, M. (ed.) Formulaic Language, Vol.1Structure, distribution, historical change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Montesano Montessori, N. (2009) An Analysis of a Struggle for Hegemony in Mexico: The Zapatista Movement versus President Salinas de Gortari. Saarbrücken: VDM. Morley, J. & Bayley, P. (eds.) (2009) Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict. Wording the War. London: Routledge.
  • Morley, J. & Partington, A. (2009) A few Frequently Asked Questions about semantic – or evaluative International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 14(2), 139-158.
  • Murphy, B. (2009) ‘She’s a fucking ticket’: The pragmatics of fuck in Irish English-an age and gender perspective. Corpora, 4(1), 85-106.
  • O’Halloran, K.A. (2009) Implicit dialogical premises, explanation as argument: A corpus-based reconstruction. Informal Logic, 29(1), 15-53. [e-copy]
  • O’Halloran, K.A. (2009) Inferencing and cultural reproduction: A corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis. Text and Talk, 29(1), 21-51.
  • O’Halloran, K.A. (2009) Reading group discourse: A corpus-based analysis of argumentation and collaboration. In Hansen, H.V. et al (eds.) Argument Cultures: Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation. CD-ROM, 03-06 Jun 2009, University of Windsor, ON, Canada.
  • Partington, A. (2009) Evaluating evaluation and some concluding reflections on CADS. In Bayley, P. & Morley, J. (eds.)Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the war. London: Routledge. 261-303.
  • Prentice, S. & Hardie, A. (2009) Empowerment and disempowerment in the Glencairn Uprising: A corpus-based critical analysis of Early Modern English news discourse. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 10(1), 23-55.
  • Romagnuolo, A. (2009) Political discourse in translation: A Corpus-based perspective on Presidential Inaugurals. Translation and Interpreting Studies Journal, 4(1), 1-30.
  • Samson, C. (2009) Business in the 21st century: Description and evaluation in a corpus of “product” pages in business to consumer websites. In Radighieri, S. & Tucker, P. (eds.) Point of View: Description and evaluation across discourses. Roma: Officina.
  • Taylor, C. (2009) Interacting with conflicting goals: Impoliteness in hostile cross-examination. In Bayley, P. & Morley, J. (eds.) Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the war. London: Routledge. 208-233.
  • Taylor, C. (2009) The representation of immigrants in the Italian press. CIRCaP Occasional Papers, 21. [e-copy]
  • Teich, E. & Holtz, M. (2009) Scientific registers in contact: An exploration of the lexico-grammatical properties of interdisciplinary discourses. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 14(4), 524-548.
  • Teubert, W. (2009). Corpus Linguistics: An alternative. Semen, (27), 1–25. https://doi.org/10.4000/semen.8912
  • Toolan, M. (2009) Narrative Progression in the Short Story: A corpus stylistic approach. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Tottie, G. & Hoffmann, S. (2009) Tag questions in English – The First Century. Journal of English Linguistics, 37(2), 130-161.
  • Upton, T.A. & Cohen, M.A. (2009) An approach to corpus-based discourse analysis: The move analysis as example. Discourse Studies, 11(5), 585-605. [e-copy]
  • Wang, F. (2009) A Corpus-based Discourse Analysis of Global Warming in British, American and Chinese newspapers. In González-Díaz, V., Mahlberg, M. & Smith, C. (eds.) Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics Conference CL2009. Liverpool: University of Liverpool. [e-copy]

2010

  • Archer, D.E. (2010) A diachronic investigation of English Courtroom Practice. In Coulthard, M. & Johnson, A. (eds.) A Handbook of Forensic Linguistics. Routledge. 185-198.
  • Augouostinos, M., Crabb, S. & Shepherd, R. (2010) Genetically modified food in the news: Media representations of the GM debate in the UK. Public Understanding of Science, 19(1), 98-114.
  • Baker, P. (2010) Will Ms ever be as frequent as Mr? A corpus-based comparison of gendered terms across four diachronic corpora of British English. Gender and Language, 1(1), 125-149.
  • Baker, P. (2010) Representations of Islam in British broadsheet and tabloid newspapers 1999-2005. Language and Politics, 9(2), 310-338.
  • Bednarek, M. & Caple, H. (2010) Playing with environmental stories in the news: Good or bad practice? Discourse & Communication, 4(1), 5-31.
  • Bednarek, M. (2010) Corpus linguistics and systemic functional linguistics: Interpersonal meaning, identity and bonding in popular culture. In Bednarek, M. & Martin, J.R. (eds.) New Discourse on Language: Functional Perspectives on Multimodality, Identity, and Affiliation. London: Continuum. 237-266.
  • Bednarek, M. (2010) The Language of Fictional Television: Drama and identity. London and New York: Continuum.
  • Biber, D.  (2010) What can a corpus tell us about registers and genres?  In McCarthy, M. & OKeefe, A. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge. 241-254.
  • Caldas-Coulthard, C. R. & Moon, R. (2010) ‘Curvy, hunky, kinky’: Using corpora as tools for critical analysis. Discourse & Society, 21(2), 99-133.
  • Clark, C. (2010) Evidence of evidentiality in the quality press 1993 and 2005. Corpora, 5(2), 139-160.
  • Duguid, A. (2010) Investigating anti and some reflections on Modern Diachronic Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies (MD-CADS) Corpora, 5(2), 191-220.
  • Duguid, A. (2010) Newspaper discourse informalisation: A diachronic comparison from keywords. Corpora, 5(2), 109-138.
  • Ferrari, F. (2010) Gender and identification in political discourse: The (American) woman: as and beyond a category for analysis. Political Linguistics, 1(3), 39-54.
  • Fischer-Starcke, B. (2010) Corpus Linguistics and Literature: Corpus stylistic analyses of literary works by Jane Austen and her contemporaries. London: Continuum.
  • Grundmann, R. & Krishnamurthy, R. (2010) The discourse of climate change: A corpus-based approach. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines, 4(2), 125-146.
  • Hope, J. & Witmore, M. (2010) The hundredth psalm to the tune of “Green Sleeves”: Digital approaches to Shakespeare’s language of genre. Shakespeare Quarterly, 61.
  • Koteyko, N. (2010) Mining the internet for linguistic and social data:  An analysis of ‘carbon compounds’ in web feeds. Discourse & Society, 21(6), 655-674.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2010) Corpus linguistics and the study of nineteenth century fiction. Journal of Victorian Culture, 15(2), 292-298.
  • Mahlberg, M. & Smith, C. (2010) Corpus approaches to prose fiction: Civility and body language in Pride and Prejudice. In Busse, B. & McIntyre, D. (eds.) Language and Style. London: Palgrave. 449-467.
  • Marchi, A. (2010) ‘The moral in the story’: A diachronic investigation of lexicalised morality in the UK press. Corpora, 5(2), 161-189.
  • McIntyre, D. & Archer, D. (2010) A corpus-based approach to mind style. Journal of Literary Semantics, 39(2), 167-182.
  • McIntyre, D. & Walker, B. (2010) How Can Corpora be Used to Explore the Language of Poetry and Drama?. In O’Keefe, A. & McCarthy, M.J. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge. 516-530.
  • Milizia D. (2010) A linguistic investigation of the Lisbon Treaty. Studi Sull’integrazione Europea. 5(2), 455-474.
  • Milizia, D. (2010) Keywords and phrases in political speeches. In Bondi, M. & Scott, M. (eds.) Keyness in Text. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 127-145.
  • Murphy, B. (2010) Corpus and Sociolinguistics: Investigating age and gender in female talk (Vol. 38). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Partington, A. & Taylor, C. (2010) Persuasion in Politics (2nd) Milano: LED.
  • Partington, A. (2010) Modern Diachronic Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies (MD-CADS) on UK newspapers: An overview of the project. Corpora, 5(2), 83-108. [e-copy]
  • Peacock, M. (2010) Linking adverbials in research articles across eight disciplines. Ibérica, 20, 9-34.
  • Πολυμενέας, Γ. (2010) Σημασιολογική προτίμηση και προσωδία του ΜΕΤΑΝΑΣΤΗΣ στον ελληνικό και κυπριακό τύπο [Semantic preference and prosody of IMMIGRANT in the Greek and Cypriot press]. Proceedings of the 5th Athens Postgraduate Conference of the Faculty of Philology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 29-31 May 2009, 244-252.
  • Prentice, S. (2010) Using automated semantic tagging in Critical Discourse Analysis: A case study on Scottish independence from a Scottish nationalist perspective. Discourse and Society, 21(4), 405-437.
  • Qian, Y. (2010) Discursive Constructions around Terrorism in the ‘People’s Daily’ (China) and ‘The Sun’ (UK) before and after 9.11. Oxford: Peter Lang.
  • Rühlemann, C. (2010) Conversational grammar-feminine grammar? A sociopragmatic corpus study. Journal of English Linguistics, 38(1), 56-87.
  • Samson, C. (2010) Boosting the company’s identity: Point of view and promotional discourse in a corpus of business to consumer (B2C) webpages. Textus, 1.
  • Sealey, A. (2010) Probabilities and surprises: A realist approach to identifying linguistic and social patterns, with reference to an oral history corpus. Applied Linguistics, 31(2), 215-235.
  • Taylor, C. (2010) Science in the news: A diachronic perspective. Corpora, 5(2), 221-250.
  • Vefali, G.M. & Erdentuğ, F. (2010) The coordinate structures in a corpus of New Age talks: ‘Man and woman’/‘woman and man’. Text & Talk-An Interdisciplinary Journal of Language, Discourse & Communication Studies, 30(4), 465-484.
  • Walker, B (2010) Wmatrix, key-concepts and the narrators in Julian Barnes’ Talking It Over. In Language and Style. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. 364-387. ISBN 0230231578
  • Weninger, C. (2010) The lexico-grammar of partnerships: Corpus patterns of facilitated agency. Text & Talk, 30(5), 591-613.
  • Yaguchi, M., Iyeiri, Y. & Baba, Y. (2010) Speech style and gender distinctions in the use of very and real/really: An analysis of the corpus of spoken professional American English. Journal of Pragmatics, 42(3), 585-597.

2011

  • Amoia, M., Kunz, K. & Lapshinova-Koltunski, E. (2011) Discontinuous Constituents: A problematic case for parallel corpora annotation and querying. In Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on  Annotation and Exploitation of Parallel Corpora (AEPC2 a RANLP 2011  workshop) Hissar, Bulgaria.
  • Archer, D. (2011) Cross-examining lawyers, facework and the adversarial courtroom. Journal of Pragmatics, 43, 3216-3230.
  • Archer, D. (2011) Libelling Oscar Wilde: The case of Regina vs. John Sholto Douglas. Journal of Politeness Research, 7(1), 73-99.
  • Bachmann, I. (2011) Civil partnership – ‘gay marriage in all but name’: A corpus-driven analysis of discourses of same-sex relationships in the UK Parliament. Corpora, 6(1), 77-105.
  • Baker, P. (2011) Social involvement in corpus studies. In Viana, V., Zyngier, S. & G. Barnbrook (eds.) Perspectives on Corpus Linguistics. John Benjamins. 17-28.
  • Barnes, J. & Larrivée, P. (2011) Arlette Laguiller: Does the mainstay of the French political far-left enjoy linguistic parity with her male counterparts?. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(10), 2501-2508.
  • Bednarek, M. (2011) The language of fictional television: A case study of the ‘dramedy’ Gilmore Girls. English Text Construction, 4(1), 54-83.
  • Bednarek, M. (2011) The stability of the televisual character: A corpus stylistic case study. In Bednarek, M., Piazza, R. & Rossi, F. (eds.) Telecinematic Discourse: Approaches to the language of films and television series. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 185-204.
  • Bevitori, C. (2011) ‘Jumping on the green bandwagon’: The discursive construction of GREEN across ‘old’ and ‘new’ media genres at the intersection between corpora and discourse. In Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics Conference, Birmingham: University of Birmingham. [e-copy]
  • Breeze, R. (2011) Disciplinary values in legal discourse: A corpus study. IBÉRICA, 21, 93-116.
  • Cesiri, D. & Colaci, L.A. (2011) Metaphors on the global crisis in economic discourse: a corpus-based comparison of The Economist, Der Spiegel and Il Sole 24 ORE. In Bondi, M., Cacchiani, S. & Palumbo, G. (eds.) Rassegna Italiana De Linguistica Applicata, Vols. 1-2. 201-223.
  • Conoscenti, M. (2011) The Reframer: An Analysis of Barack Obama’s political discourse (2004-2010) Roma: Bulzoni,
  • Culpeper, J. & Demmen, J. (2011) Nineteenth-century English politeness: Negative politeness, conventional indirect requests and the rise of the individual self. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 12(1/2), 49-81.
  • Culpeper, J. & Demmen, J. (2011) The development of play-texts: From manuscript to print. In Pahta, P. & Jucker, A.H. (eds.) Communicating Early English Manuscripts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 162-177.
  • Freake, R., Gentil, G. & Sheyholislami, J. (2011) A bilingual corpus-assisted discourse study of the construction of nationhood and belonging in Quebec. Discourse & Society, 22(1), 21-57.
  • Gray, B. & Biber, D. (2011) Corpus approaches to the study of discourse. In Hyland, K. & Paltridge, B. (eds.) The Continuum Companion to Discourse Analysis.  London: Continuum. 138-54.
  • Ishizaki, S. & Kaufer, D. (2011) Computer-aided rhetorical analysis. In Boonthum-Denecke, C. & McCarthy, P.M. (eds.) Applied Natural Language Processing and Content Analysis: Advances in Identification, Investigation and Resolution. Information Science Pub.
  • Kantner, C. & Kutter, A. (2011) How to get rid of the Noise in the Corpus: Cleaning Large Samples of Digital Newspaper Texts. University of Stuttgart, Dept of International Relations & European Integration International Relations Online Working Paper Series.
  • Koteyko, N. (2011) Managing carbon emissions: A discursive presentation of ‘market-driven sustainability’ in the British media. Language & Communication, 32(1), 24-35.
  • Lapshinova-Koltunski, E. & Kunz, K. (2011) Tools to analyse German-English contrasts in cohesion. In Hedeland, H., Schmidt, T. & Worner, K. (eds.) (2011) Multilingual Resources and Multilingual Applications. Proceedings of the Conference of the German Society for Computational Linguistics and Language technology (GSCL)
  • Lischinsky, A. (2011) `We believe we are a constructive partner in society’: The discursive construction of a responsible corporate self in annual reports. In Sjölander, A.E. & Gunnarson-Payne, J. (eds.) Tracking Discourses: Politics, identity and social change. Lund: Nordic Academic. 257-285.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2011) In times of crisis: A corpus approach to the construction of the global financial crisis in annual reports. Critical Discourse Studies, 8(3), 153-168.
  • Lukač, M. (2011) Down to the bone: A corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis of pro-eating disorder blogs. Jezikoslovlje, 12(2), 187-209. [E-copy]
  • Macalister, J. (2011) Flower-girl and bugler-boy no more: Changing gender representation in writing for children. Corpora, 6, 25-44.
  • Mahlberg, M. & McIntyre, D. (2011) A case for corpus stylistics: Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale. English Text Construction, 4(2), 204-227.
  • Martínez Escudero, L. (2011) A corpus-based insight into genre: The case of WIPO domain name arbitration decisions. Discourse & Communication, 5(4), 375-392.
  • McIntyre, D. & Walker, B. (2011) Discourse presentation in Early Modern English writing: A preliminary corpus-based investigation. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 16(1), 101-130.
  • Montesano Montessori, N. (2011) The design of a theoretical, methodological, analytical framework to analyse hegemony in discourse. Critical Discourse Studies, 8(3), 169-181.
  • Mulderrig, J. (2011) Manufacturing Consent: A corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis of New Labour’s educational governance. Journal of Educational Philosophy and Theory, 43(6),  562-578.
  • Mulderrig, J. (2011) The grammar of governance. Critical Discourse Studies, 8(1), 45-68.
  • O’Halloran, K. (2011) Investigating argumentation in reading groups: Combining manual qualitative coding and automated corpus analysis tools. Applied Linguistics, 32(2), 172-196.
  • Partington, A. (2011) “Double-speak” at the White House: A corpus-assisted study of bisociation in conversational laughter-talk. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research, 24, 371-398.
  • Partington, A. (2011) Phrasal irony, its form, function and exploitation. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(6), 1786-1800.
  • Peacock, M. (2011) A comparative study of introductory it in research articles across eight disciplines. International Journal of Cortpus Linguistics, 26(1), 72-100.
  • Prentice, S., Taylor, P.J., Rayson, P., Hoskins, A. & O’Loughlin, B. (2011) Analyzing the semantic content and persuasive composition of extremist media: a case study of texts produced during the Gaza conflict. Information Systems Frontiers Journal, 13(1), 61-73.
  • Rees-Miller, J. (2011) Compliments revisited: Contemporary compliments and gender. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(11), 2673-2688.
  • Säily, T., Nevalainen, T. & Siirtola, H. (2011) Variation in noun and pronoun frequencies in a sociohistorical corpus of English. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 26(2), 167-188.
  • Spitzmüller, J. & Warnke, I. H. (2011). Discourse as a ‘linguistic object’: methodical and methodological delimitations. Critical Discourse Studies, 8(2), 75–94. https://doi.org/10.1080/17405904.2011.558680
  • Tarasheva, E. (2011) The place of Eastern European researchers in international discourse: Critical Discourse Analysis applied to corpora from specialized journals. Discourse and Society, 22(2), 190-208. [e-copy].
  • Taylor, C. (2011) Negative politeness features and impoliteness functions: A corpus-assisted approach.  In Davies, B., Haugh, M. & Merrison, A. (eds.) Situated Politeness. London: Continuum.
  • Tottie, G. (2011) Uh and um as sociolinguistic markers in British English. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 16(2), 173-197.

2012

  • Akiomoto, M. (2012) Rivalry between expect and hope with particular reference to their constructional developments. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/akimoto/
  • Amoia, M., Kunz, K. & Lapshinova-Koltunski, E. (2012) Coreference in spoken vs. written text: A corpus-based analysis. In Proceedings of the 8th international conference  on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC2012) Istanbul, Turkey. [e-copy]
  • Anderwald, L. (2012) Throve, pled, shrunk: The evolution of American English in the 19th century between language change and prescriptive normas. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/anderwald/
  • Archer, D.E. (2012) Pragmatics and Discourse in the Early Modern English Period. In Bergs, A. & Brinton, L. (eds.) Historical Linguistics of English. Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Archer, D.E. (2012) Corpus annotation: A welcome addition or an interpretation too far? In Jukka Tyrkkö,J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.) Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki Corpus to a Proliferation of Resources. Research Unit for Variation, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki.  [e-copy]
  • Baker, P. (2012) Corpora and gender studies. In Hyland, K., Huat, C.M. & Handford, M. (eds.) Corpus Applications in Applied Linguistics. Continuum. 100-116.
  • Baker, P. (2012) Acceptable bias? Using corpus linguistics methods with Critical Discourse Analysis. Critical Discourse Studies, 9(3), 247-256. Baron, A., Rayson, P., Greenwood, P., Walkerdine, J. & Rashid, A. (2012) Children online: A survey of child language and CMC corpora. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 17(4), 443-481.
  • Bednarek, M. & Caple, H. (2012) ‘Value added’: Language, image and news values. Discourse, Context & Media, 1, 103-113. Bednarek, M. & Caple, H. (2012) News Discourse. London: Continuum. Bednarek, M. (2012) ‘Get us the hell out of here’: Key words and trigrams in fictional television series. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 17(1), 35-63.
  • Bernicot, J., Volckaert-Legrier, O., Goumi, A. & Bert-Erboul, A. (2012) Forms and functions of SMS messages: A study of variations in a corpus written by adolescents. Journal of Pragmatics, 44(12), 1701-1715.
  • Bevitori, C. (2012) How green is ‘green’?  A corpus-assisted analysis of environmental discourse across forms of journalism (Occasional paper) Bologna: Centro di Studi Linguistico-Culturali (CeSLiC) e Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna. [http://amsacta.unibo.it/3286/]
  • Brinton, L.J., Dollinger, S. & Fee, M. (2012) Balanced corpora and quotation databases: Taking shortcuts or expanding methodological scope? In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/brinton_dollinger_fee/
  • Cesiri, D. (2012) Investigating the development of ESP through historical corpora: The case of archaeology articles written in English during the Late Modern period (and beyond?). In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/cesiri/
  • Chiari, I. (2012) ‘Parlo spagnolo a Dio, italiano alle donne, francese agli uomini e tedesco al mio cavallo’: Stereotipi sulle lingue nel tempo. In Thornton, A. & Voghera, M. (eds.) Per Tullio De Mauro. Studi offerti dalle allieve in occasione del suo 80° compleanno. Roma: Aracne. 37-60.
  • Chiari, I. (2012) Linguaggio e terapia: percorsi di comprensione. In Dovetto, F.M. & Gemelli, M. (a cura di), Il parlar matto. Schizofrenia tra fenomenologia e linguistica: il corpus CIPPS. Roma: Aracne. 157–184.
  • Cornut, F., Giroux, H. & Langley, A. (2012) The strategic plan as a genre. Discourse & Communication, 6(1), 21–54.
  • Diemer, S. (2012) Orthographic annotation of Middle English corpora. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/diemer/
  • Evans, M. (2012) A sociolinguistics of Early Modern spelling? An account of Queen Elizabeth I’s correspondence. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/evans/
  • Forchtner, B. & Kølvraa, C. (2012) Narrating a ‘new Europe’: From ‘bitter past’ to self-righteousness? Discourse & Society, 23, 377.
  • Gabrielatos, C., McEnery, T., Diggle, P. & Baker, P. (2012). The peaks and troughs of corpus-based contextual analysis. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 37(2), 151-175.
  • Grundman, M. & Scott, M. (2012) Disputed climate science in the media: Do countries matter? Public Understanding of Science, 21.
  • Heikkinen, S. (2012) Elision and hiatus in early Anglo-Latin grammar and verse. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/heikkinen/
  • Hillberg, S. (2012) Relativiser that in Scottish English news writing. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/hillberg/
  • Jaspal, R., Brigitte, N.& Koteyko, N. (2012) Contesting science by appealing to its norms: Readers discuss climate science in the Daily Mail. Science Communication, 35(3), 383-410.
  • Jaworska, S. & Krishnamurthy, R. (2012) On the F-word: A corpus-based analysis of the media representation of feminism in British and German press discourse, 1990–2009. Discourse & Society, 23(4), 401-431.
  • Jeffries, L. & Walker, B. (2012) Key words in the press: A critical corpus-driven analysis of ideology in the Blair years (1998- 2007). English Text Construction, 5(2), 208-229.
  • Jensen, V., Mousten, B. & Laursen, A-L. (2012) Electronic corpora as translation tools: A solution in practice. Communication & Language in Practice, 1(1), 21-33. [e-copy]
  • Jensen, V. (2012) The consonantal element (th) in some Late Middle English Yorkshire texts. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/jensen/
  • Jukka Tyrkkö,J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.) (2012) Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki Corpus to a Proliferation of Resources. Research Unit for Variation, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Kilpiö, M. (2012) Introduction: Old English and Anglo-Latin. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Applications of the lexical bundles method in historical corpus research. In Pęzik, P. (ed.) Corpus Data across Languages and Disciplines. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 83-95.
  • Komen, E. (2012) Coreferenced corpora for information structure research. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/komen/
  • Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Long lexical bundles and standardisation in historical legal discourse. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 47(2/3), 3-25. [e-copy]
  • Kunz, K. & Steiner, E. (2012) Towards a comparison of cohesive reference in English and German: System and text. In Taboada, M., Doval Suárez,S. & González Alvarez, E. (eds.) Contrastive Discourse Analysis. Functional and Corpus Perspectives. London: Equinox.
  • Kutter, A. (2012) Corpus-based content analysis: A method for investigating news coverage on war and intervention. University of Stuttgart, Dept of International Relations & European Integration International Relations Online Working Paper Series.
  • Lijffijt, J., Säily, T. & Nevalainen, T. (2012) CEECing the baseline: Lexical stability and significant change in a historical corpus. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/lijffijt_saily_nevalainen/
  • Lowrey, B. (2012) Early English causative constructions and the “second agent” factor. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/lowrey/
  • Maci, S.M. (2012) ‘Click Here, Book Now!’  Discursive strategies of tourism on the web. Textus: English Studies in Italy, 1, 137-156.
  • Maci, S.M. (2012) Fast-track publications: The genre of medical research letters. In Gotti, M. (ed.) Academic Identity Traits. Bern: Peter Lang. 243-262.
  • Maci, S.M. (2012) The genre of medical conference posters. In Gotti, M. (ed.) Academic Identity Traits. Bern: Peter Lang. 283-301.
  • Maci, S.M. (2012) Tourism as a specialised discourse: The case of normative guidelines in the European Union. Token: A Journal of English Linguistics, 1, 37-58. [e-copy]
  • Mahlberg, M. & Smith, C. (2012) Dickens, the suspended quotation and the corpus. Language and Literature, 21(1), 51-65.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2012) Corpus Stylistics—Dickens, text-drivenness and the fictional world. In John, J. (ed.) Essays and Studies on Dickens and Modernity. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer. 94-114.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2012) The corpus stylistic analysis of fiction – or the fiction of corpus stylistics?. In Mukherjee, J. & Huber, M. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics and Variation in English: Theory and description. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 77-95.
  • Marchi, A. & Partington, A. (2012) Does ‘Europe’ have a common historical identity? In Bayley, P. & Williams, G. (eds.) European Identity: What the media say. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • McIntyre, D. & Walker, B. (2012) Annotating a corpus of Early Modern English writing for categories of discourse presentation. In Unité et diversité de la linguistique. Lyon, France: Universite Jean Moulin, Lyon. 87-107.
  • Milizia, D. (2012) Phraseology in Political Discourse: A corpus linguistics approach in the classroom. Milan: LED.
  • Morley, J. & Taylor, C. (2012) Us and them: How immigrants are constructed in British and Italian newspapers. In Bayley, P. & Williams, G. (eds.) European Identity: What the media say. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Mullany, L. (2012) Corpus analysis of language in the workplace. In The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Blackwell.
  • Murphy, B. (2012) Exploring response tokens in Irish English—a multidisciplinary approach: Integrating variational pragmatics, sociolinguistics and corpus linguistics. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 17(3), 325-348.
  • Nevalainen, T. (2012) Introduction: Areal and regional variation. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. http://www.helsinki.fi/varieng/series/volumes/10/introduction_areal_regional_variation.html
  • Norberg, C. (2012) Male and female shame: A corpus-based study of emotion. Corpora, 7(2), 159-185.
  • O’Donnell, M.B., Scott, M., Mahlberg, M. & Hoey, M. (2012) Exploring text-initial words, clusters and concgrams in a newspaper corpus. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 8(1), 73-111.
  • Partington, A. (2012) The changing discourses on antisemitism in the UK press from 1993 to 2009: A modern-diachronic corpus-assisted discourse study. Journal of Language and Politics, 11(1), 51-76.
  • Pollach, I. (2012) Taming textual data: The contribution of corpus linguistics to computer-aided text analysis. Organizational Research Methods, 15(2), 263-287.
  • Potts, A. & Baker, P. (2012) Does semantic tagging identify cultural change in British and American English?. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 17(3), 295-324.
  • Prentice, S., Rayson, P. & Taylor, P. (2012) The language of Islamic extremism: towards an automated identification of beliefs, motivations and justifications. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 17(2), 259-286.
  • Prentice, S., Taylor, P., Rayson, P. & Giebels, E. (2012) Differentiating act from ideology: Evidence from messages for and against violent extremism. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 5(3), 289-306.
  • Rissanen, M. & Tyrkkö, J. (2012) Introduction: Annotation and methods. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Rodríguez Martín, G. (2012) Comparison and other “Modes of Order” in the plays of Bernard Shaw. International Journal of English Studies, 12(2), 151-169. [e-copy]
  • Rodríguez-Puente, P. (2012) Talking “private” with phrasal verbs: A corpus-based study of the use of phrasal verbs in diaries, journals and private letters. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Sealey, A. (2012) ‘I just couldn’t do it’: Representations of constraint in an oral history corpus. Critical Discourse Studies 9(3), 195-210.
  • Schneider, G. (2012) Adapting a parser to historical English. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Sówka-Pietraszewska, K. (2012) On the development of a prepositional object construction with give verbs, motion verbs and Latinate verbs in English. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Steiner, E. (2012) Methodological cross-fertilization: Empirical methodologies in (computational) linguistics and translation studies.  In Translation: Computation, Corpora, Cognition. Special Issue: At the Crossroads between Contrastive Linguistics, Translation Studies and Machine Translation, Vol.2 No1. [e-copy]
  • Steiner, E. (2012) Towards a comparison of cohesion in English and German – the concept of cohesion. In Atayan, V. & Wienen, U. (eds.) Sprache – Rhetorik – Translation. Festschrift für Alberto Gil zum 60. Geburtstag. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
  • Stenroos, M. & Thengs, K.V. (2012) Two Staffordshires: Real and linguistic space in the study of Late Middle English dialects. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Tyrkkö, J. (2012) Introduction: Variation in context. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
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  • Vásquez-López, V. (2012) The role of the audience in the use of action nominalizations in early modern scientific English. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Voutilainen, A. (2012) Tagging old with new: An experiment with corpus customisation. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Yanagi, T. (2012) Ditransitive alternation and theme passivization in Old English. In Jukka, Tyrkkö, J., Kilpiö, M., Nevalainen, T. & Rissanen, M. (eds.), Outposts of Historical Corpus Linguistics: From the Helsinki corpus to a proliferation of resources. Research Unit for Variations, Contacts and Change in English (VARIENG), University of Helsinki. [e-copy]
  • Zappavigna, M. (2012) Discourse of Twitter and Social Media: How we use language to create affiliation on the web. London: Continuum.

2013

  • Allen, W. & Blinder, S. (2013) Migration in the news: National UK press coverage of immigrants, migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees from 2010 to 2012. Migration Observatory Report: COMPAS, University of Oxford.
  • Archer, D. (2013) Exploring pragmatic phenomena in English historical texts using USAS: The possibilities and the problems. In Taavitsainen, I. & Jucker, A.H. (eds.) Historical Corpus Pragmatics. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Archer, D. (2013) Tracing (and tagging!) language features in the historical English courtroom (1649-1856). In Poppi, F. & Cheng, W. (eds.) The Three Waves of Globalization: Winds of change in professional, institutional and academic genres. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2-22.
  • Archer, D. (2013) Assessing Garrow’s aggressive questioning style.In Mazzon, G. (ed.) English Historical Dialogue Studies. Milan: Franco Angeli. 301-320.
  • Archer, D.E (2013) Tracing the crime narratives within the Palmer Trial (1856): From the lawyer’s opening speeches to the judge’s summing up. In Heffer, C., Rock, F. & Conley, J. (eds.) Legal-Lay Communication: Textual travels in the legal process. Oxford University Press. 168-186.
  • Archer, D.E. & Williams, C. (2013) Constructing a shared history, space and destiny: the children’s reader Udmurtia Forever with Russia. In Archer, D.E., Williams, C. & Fryer, P. (eds.) Space for All? European perspectives on minority languages and identityPragmatics and Society, 4(2), 200–220.
  • Aryani, A. Jacobs, A.M. & Conrad, M. (2013) Extracting salient sublexical units from written texts: “Emophon,” a corpus-based approach to phonological iconicity. Frontiers in Psychology, 4. http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00654
  • Aull, L.L. & Brown, D.W. (2013) Fighting words: A corpus analysis of gender representations in sports reportage. Corpora, 8(1), 27-52.
  • Ayers, D.F. (2013) From governance to competitiveness: A diachronic analysis of the community college discourse of local. Critical Discourse Studies, 10(1), 99-116.
  • Baker P. (2013) Discourse and gender. In Hyland, K. & Paltridge, B. (eds.) ContinuumCompanion to Discourse Analysis. Continuum. 199-212.
  • Baker, P. (2013) From gay language to normative discourse: A diachronic corpus analysis of Lavender Linguistics conference abstracts 1994–2012. Journal of Language and Sexuality, 2(2), 179-205.
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos, C. & McEnery, T. (2013) Discourse Analysis and Media Attitudes: The representation of Islam in the British press. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Sample chapter]
  • Baker, P., Gabrielatos, C. & McEnery, T. (2013) Sketching Muslims: A corpus-driven analysis of representation around the word “Muslim” in the British press, 1998-2009. Applied Linguistics, 34(3), 255-278. [e-copy]
  • Bogetić, K. (2013) Normal straight gays: Lexical collocations and ideologies of masculinity in personal ads of Serbian gay teenagers. Gender & Language, 7(3), 333-367.
  • Charteris-Black, J. & Seale, C. (2013) Men and emotion talk: Evidence from the experience of illness. Gender and Language, 1(1), 81-113.
  • Crosthwaite, P. (2013) An error analysis of L2 English discourse reference through learner corpora analysis. Linguistic Research, 30(2), 163-193. [e-copy]
  • Flor, M. & Futagi, Y. (2013) Lexical tightness and text complexity. Proceedings of the Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Improving Textual Accessibility, at NAACL HLT 2013. [e-copy]
  • Fuoli, M. (2013) Texturing a responsible corporate identity: A comparative analysis of Appraisal in BP’s and IKEA’s 2009 corporate social reports. In Andersen, G. & Bech, K. (eds.) English Corpus Linguistics: Variation in time, space and genre. Selected papers from ICAME 32. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 209-235.
  • Gray, B. & Biber, D. (2013) Lexical frames in academic prose and conversation. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 18, 109-135.
  • Incelli E. (2013) Shaping reality through metaphorical patterns in legislative texts on immigration: a corpus-assisted approach. In Tessuto, G. & Williams, C. (eds.)Language in the Negotiation of Justice Contexts, Issues and ApplicationsSeries: Law, Language and Communication. Farnham: Ashgate.
  • Incelli, E. (2013) Managing reputation through the discursive reconstruction of corporate identity: Phraseological approach. In Salvi, R. & Bowker, J. (eds.) Space, Time and the Construction of Identity Discursive Indexicality in Cultural, Institutional and Professional Fields, 166. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
  • Jaworska, S. (2013) The quest for the ‘local’ and ‘authentic’: Corpus-based explorations into the discursive constructions of tourist destinations in British and German commercial travel advertising. In Höhmann, D. & Spissu, M.V. (eds.) Im Spannungsfeld von Sprach- und Kulturkontakt. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. 75-100.
  • Johnson, S. & Ensslin, A. (2013) ‘But her language skills shifted the family dynamics dramatically’ Language, gender and the construction of publics in two British newspapers. Gender and Language1(1).
  • Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Formulaic discourse across early modern English medical genres: Investigating shared lexical bundles. In Jucker, A.H. et al. (eds.) Meaning in the History of English: Words and texts in context. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 257-300.
  • Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Formulaicity in Scots historical corpora and the lexical bundles method. In Bennett, P., Durrell, M., Scheible, S. & Whitt, R.J. (eds.) New Methods in Historical Corpora. Tübingen: Narr. 151-162.
  • Kopaczyk, J. (2013) How a community of practice creates a text community: Middle Scots legal and administrative discourse. In Jucker, A.H. & Kopaczyk, J. (eds.) Communities of Practice in the History of English. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 225-250.
  • Kopaczyk, J. (2013) The legal language of Scottish burghs: Standardization and lexical bundles (1380-1560) Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Kunz, K. & Steiner, E. (2013) Cohesive substitution in English and German: A contrastive and corpus-based perspective. In Aijmer, K. & Altenberg, B. (eds.) Advances in Corpus-based Contrastive Linguistics. Studies in honour of Stig Johansson. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 201-231.
  • Lapshinova-Koltunski, E. & Kunz, K. (2013) Conjunctions across languages, registers and modes: Semi-automatic extraction and annotation. In Diaz Negrillo, A. & Díaz Pérez, F.J. (eds) Specialisation and Variation in Language Corpora. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
  • Lewin-Jones, J. & Webb, M. (2013) Ideology in disguise: Place names metonyms and the discourse of newspaper headlines. Sociological Research Online, 4(18) [e-copy]
  • Lutzky, U. & Demmen, J. (2013) Pray in Early Modern English drama. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 14 (2), 263-284.
  • Maci, S.M. (2013) Tourism Discourse: Professional, promotional and digital voices. Genova: ECIG. Maci, S.M. (2013) Popularizing scientific discourse for an academic audience: The case of Nobel lectures. Token: A Journal of English Linguistics, 2.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2013) Corpus Stylistics and Dickens’s Fiction. London: Routledge. Mahlberg, M., Smith, C. & Preston, S. (2013) Phrases in literary contexts: Patterns and distributions of suspensions in Dickens’s novels. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 18(1), 35-56.
  • Marcellino, W. (2013) Talk like a marine: Everyday talk & civil-military argument. Discourse Studies,16(3), 1-21.
  • Menzel, K. (2013) A corpus linguistic study of ellipsis as a cohesive device. In Proceedings of Corpus Linguistics 2013, St. Petersburg, Russia.
  • Mischler III, J.J. (2013) Metaphor across time and conceptual space: The interface of embodiment and cultural models. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Montesano Montessori, N. (2013) Un análisis discursivo comparativo entre las narrativas del Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN) y del ex presidente Salinas de Gortari. Sociolinguistic Studies,7(3), 293-320.
  • Partington, A., Duguid, A. & Taylor, C. (2013) Patterns and Meanings in Discourse: Theory and practice in corpus-assisted discourse studies (CADS)Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Sealey, A. & Charles, N. (2013) What do animals mean to you? Naming and relating to non-human animals. Anthrozoos, 26(4), 485-503.
  • Sealey, A. & Oakley, L. (2013) Anthropomorphic grammar? Some linguistic patterns in the wildlife documentary series Text & Talk, 33(3), 399-420.
  • Sealey, A. & Oakley, L. (2013) Why did the Canada goose cross the sea? Accounting for the behaviour of wildlife in the documentary series LifeInternational Journal of Applied Linguistics, 24(1), 19-37.
  • Stvan, L.S. (2013). Stress management: Corpus-based insights into vernacular interpretations of stress. Communication & Medicine, 10(1), 81-93.
  • Subtirelu, N.C. (2013) ‘English… it’s part of our blood’: Ideologies of language and nation in United States Congressional discourse. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 17(1), 37–65.
  • Szabó, T. P. (2013) A corpus-based analysis of language ideologies in Hungarian school metalanguage. Research in Corpus Linguistics1, 65-79. [e-copy]
  • Tabbert, U. (2013) Crime through a Corpus: The linguistic construction of offenders, victims and crimes in the German and UK press.Doctoral Thesis, University of Huddersfield. [e-copy]
  • Taylor, C. (2013) Searching for similarity using corpus-assisted discourse studies. Corpora, 8(1), 81-113.
  • Vessey, R. (2013) Challenges in Cross-Linguistic Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies. Corpora, 8(1), 1-26.
  • Vessey, R. (2013) Too much French? Not enough French?: The Vancouver Olympics and a very Canadian language ideological debate. Multilingua, 32(5), 657-680.

2014

  • Aboelezz, M. (2014) The geosemiotics of Tahir Square: A study of the relationship between discourse and space. Journal of Language and Politics, 13(4), 599-622.
  • Ajšić, A. (2014). Political loanwords: Postwar constitutional arrangement and the co-occurrence tendencies of Anglicisms in contemporary Bosnian. Journal of Language and Politics 13(1), 21-50. doi: 10.1075/jlp.13.1.02ajs
  • Archer, D. (2014) Historical pragmatics: Evidence from the Old Bailey. Transactions of the Philological Society, 112(2), 259-277.
  • Baker, P. (2014) “Bad wigs and screaming mimis”: Using corpus-assisted techniques to carry out critical discourse analysis of the representation of trans people in the British press. In Hart, C. & Cap, P. (eds.) Contemporary Critical Discourse Studies. London: Bloomsbury. 211-236.
  • Baker, P. & McEnery, A. (2014) “Find the Doctors of Death”: The UK press and the issue of foreign doctors working in the NHS, a corpus-based approach. In Jaworski, A. & Coupland, N. (eds.) The Discourse Reader. Routledge. 465–480.
  • Bamman, D., Eisenstein, J., & Schnoebelen, T. (2014) Gender identity and lexical variation in social media. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 18(2), 135-160.
  • Bednarek, M. (2014) ‘An astonishing season of destiny!’ Evaluation in blurbs used for advertising TV series. In Alba-Thompson, L. & Thompson, G. (eds.) Evaluation in Context. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 197-220.
  • Bednarek, M. (2014) ‘Who are you and why are you following us?’ Wh-questions and communicative context in television dialogue. In Flowerdew, J. (ed) Discourse in Context. (Contemporary Applied Linguistics 3) London and New York: Bloomsbury. 49-70.
  • Bednarek, M. & Caple, H. (2014) Why do news values matter? Towards a new methodological framework for analyzing news discourse in Critical Discourse Analysis and beyond. Discourse & Society, 25(2), 135-158.
  • Blinder, S. & Allen, W. (2014) Constructing immigrants: Portrayals of migrant groups in British newspapers, 2010-2012. Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society: University of Oxford, WP-14-117. [e-copy]
  • Bondi, M. (2014) Integrating corpus and genre approaches: Phraseology and voice across EAP genres. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 43-62.
  • Cheng, W. (2014) Using concgrams to investigate research article sections. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 63-84.
  • Chiari, I. & Canzonetti, A. (2014): Le forme della comunicazione mediata dal computer: generi, tipi e standard di annotazione. In E. Garavelli & E. Suomela-Härmä (des.) Dal Manoscritto al Web: Canali e modalità di trasmissione dell’italiano. Tecniche, materiali e usi nella storia della lingua. Atti del XII Convegno della Società Internazionale di Linguistica e Filologia Italiana (SILFI, Helsinki 18-19 June 2012), Franco Cesati Editore, Firenze.
  • Coxhead, A. (2014) Corpus linguistics and vocabulary teaching: Perspectives from English for specific purposes. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 289-302.
  • Crespo, B. (2014) Women’s authorial voice: Discursive practices in scientific prefaces. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 189-202.
  • De Cock, B. (2014) Profiling Discourse Participants: Forms and functions in Spanish conversation and debates. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Drange, E.M.D., Hasund, I.K. & Stenström, A. B. (2014) ‘Your mum!’ Teenagers’ swearing by mother in English, Spanish and Norwegian. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 19(1), 29-59.
  • Egbert, J., Staples, S., & Biber, D. (2014) Statistics for and analysis of English discourse. In Kastberg-Sjöblom, M., Leblanc, J.M. & Viprey, J.M. (eds.) Statistical Vocabulary for the Analysis of Texts and Speech. Paris: Champion-Slatkine.
  • Facchinetti, R. (2014) Newsroom jargon at the crossroads of corpus linguistics and lexicography. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 225-241.
  • Flowerdew, L. (2014) Which unit for linguistic analysis of ESP corpora of written text?. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 25-42.
  • Garzone, G. (2014) Investigating blawgs through corpus linguistics: Issues of generic integrity. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 167-188.
  • Hiltunen, T. & Mäkinen, M. (2014) Formulaic language in economic papers: Comparing novice and published writing. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 347-368.
  • Holoshitz, T. & Cameron, D. (2014) The linguistic representation of sexual violence in conflict -settings. Gender & Language, 8(2), 169-184.
  • Johnson, J.H. (2014) Family in the UK—risks, threats and dangers: A modern diachronic corpus-assisted study across two genres. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 263-288.
  • Lapshinova-Koltunski, E. & Kunz, K. (2014) Conjunctions across languages, registers and modes: Semi-automatic extraction and annotation. In Diaz Negrillo, A. & Díaz Pérez, F.J. (eds.) Specialisation and Variation in Language Corpora. Bern: Peter Lang.
  • Lee, J.F. (2014) A hidden curriculum in Japanese EFL textbooks: Gender representation. Linguistics and Education, 27, 39-53.
  • Liardet, C.L. (2014) A ‘speedful development’: Academic literacy in Chinese learners of English as a foreign language. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 303-324.
  • Lischinsky, A. & Sjölander, A.E (2014) Talking green in the public sphere: Press releases, corporate voices and the environment. Nordicom Review, 35 (Special issue):125–139. [e-copy]
  • Maci, S.M. (2014) The popularisation of scientific discourse for the Academia from a diachronic perspective: The case of Nobel lectures. In Chiavetta, E. & Sciarrino, S. (eds.) Perspectives on the Popularisation of Natural Sciences in a Diachronic Perspective. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Mahlberg, M (2014) Corpus stylistics. In Burke, M. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Stylistics. London and New York: Routledge. 378-392.
  • Mahlberg, M. (2014) Corpus linguistics and discourse analysis. In Schneider, K.P. & Barron, A. (eds.) Pragmatics of Discourse. Berlin: deGruyter. 215-238.
  • Mansfield, G. (2014) Hands on: Developing language awareness through corpus investigation. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 369-388.
  • Marcellino, W. (2014). Talk like a marine: Everyday talk and civil-military argument. Discourse Studies, 16(3).
  • Montesano Montessori, N. (2014) The potential of narrative strategies in the discursive construction of hegemonic positions and social change. In Kaal, B., Maks, I. & van Elfrinkhof, A. (eds.) From Text to Political Positions: Text analysis across disciplines. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 171-188.
  • Moon, R. (2014) From gorgeous to grumpy: Adjectives, age and gender. Gender & Language, 8(1), 5-41.
  • Moskowich, I. & Monaco, L.M. (2014) Abstraction as a means of expressing reality: Women writing science in Late Modern English. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 203-224.
  • Motschenbacher, H. (2013) Gentlemen before ladies? A corpus-based study of conjunct order in personal binomials. Journal of English Linguistics, 41(3), 212-242.
  • Nesi, H. (2014) Corpus query techniques for investigating citation in student assignments. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 85-106.
  • O’Halloran, K.A. (2014) Counter-discourse corpora, ethical subjectivity and critique of argument: An alternative Critical Discourse Analysis pedagogy. Journal of Language and Politics, 13(4), 781-813.
  • Partington, A. (2014) Mind the gaps. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 19(1), 118-146.
  • Partington, A. (2014) The marking of importance in ‘Enlightenment’ talks. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 143-166.
  • Partington, A. (2014) The marking of importance in ‘enlightentainment’ talks. In Giannoni, D.S. & Gotti, M. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes: ESP perspectives. Bern: Peter Lang. 143-166.
  • Perez-Llantada, C. (2014) Researching genres with multilingual corpora: A conceptual enquiry. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 107-122.
  • Poole, R. (2014) Good times, bad times: A keyword analysis of the letters to the shareholders of two fortune 500 banks. International Journal of Business Communication. http://job.sagepub.com/content/early/recent
  • Salvi, R. (2014) Exploring political and banking language for institutional purposes. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 241-262.
  •  Schmied, J. (2014) Variation in academic writing: Complexity, pronouns, modals and linking in South African MA theses. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 325-346.
  • Staples, S. & Biber, D. (2014) The expression of stance in nurse-patient interactions: An ESP perspective. In Gotti, M. & Giannoni, D.S. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 123-142.
  • Staples, S. & Biber, D. (2014) The expression of stance in nurse-patient interactions: An ESP perspective. In Giannoni, D.S. & Gotti, M. (eds.) Corpus Analysis for Descriptive and Pedagogical Purposes: ESP perspectives. Bern: Peter Lang. 123-142.
  • Stvan, L.S. (2014) Truth is, sentence-initial bare shell nouns are showing up bare. Complex visibles out there. In Veselovská, L. & Janebová, M. (eds.) Proceedings of the Olomouc Linguistics Colloquium 2014: Language Use and Linguistic Structure. Olomouc: Palacký University. 591-606.
  • Tarasheva, E. (2014) The Image of a Country Created by International Media: The case of Bulgaria. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Taylor, C. (2014) Investigating the representation of migrants in the UK and Italian press: A cross-linguistic corpus-assisted discourse analysis. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 19(3), 368-400.
  • Vessey, R. (2014) Borrowed words, mock language and nationalism in Canada. Language and Intercultural Communication,14(2), 176-190.

2015

  • Ajšić, A. (2015). Language ideologies, public discourses, and ethnonationalism in the Balkans: A corpus-based study. (Doctoral dissertation.) Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 3705442).
  • Ajšić, A., & McGroarty, M. (2015). Mapping language ideologies. In F. M. Hult & D. C. Johnson (Eds.), Research methods in language policy and planning: A practical guide (pp. 181-192). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Alonso Ameida, F. (2015) Introduction to stance language. Research in Corpus Linguistics3, 1-5. [e-copy]
  • Al-Hejin, B. (2015) Covering Muslim women: Semantic macrostructures in BBC News. Discourse and Communication, 9(1), 19-46.
  • Ayers, D.F. & Palmadessa, A.L. (2015) The community college and a rising global imaginary: An analysis of practical reasoning, 1950-2013. The Journal of Higher Education, 86(6), 864-892.
  • Baker, P. (2015) Two hundred years of the American man. In Milani, T. (ed.) Language and Masculinities: Performances, intersections, dislocations. Routledge.
  • Baker, P. & Levon, E. (2015) Picking the right cherries? A comparison of corpus-based and qualitative analyses of news articles about masculinity. Discourse & Communication, 9(2), 1-16. [e-copy]
  • Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (2015) Introduction. In Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (eds.) (2015) Corpora and Discourse Studies: Integrating Discourse and Corpora. Palgrave. 1-20.
  • Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (2015) ‘Who benefits when discourse gets democratised? Analysing a Twitter corpus around the British Benefits Street debate.’ In Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (eds.) (2015) Corpora and Discourse Studies: Integrating Discourse and Corpora. Palgrave. 244-265.
  • Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (eds.) (2015) Corpora and Discourse: Integrating Discourse and Corpora. Palgrave.
  • Bednarek, M. (2015) ‘What we contrarians already know’: Individual and communal aspects of attitudinal identity. In Charles, M., Groom, N. & Suganthi, J. (eds.) Corpora, Grammar, Text and Discourse. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Breeze, R. (2015) “Or so the government would have you believe”: Uses of “you” in Guardian editorials. Discourse, Context and Media. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dcm.2015.07.003i
  • Čermáková, A. (2015) Repetition in John Irving’s novel ‘A Widow for One Year’: A corpus stylistics approach to literary translation, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 20(3), 355-377. [e-copy]
  • Chaney, P. (2015) “Post-Feminist” era of social investment and territorial welfare? Exploring the issue salience and policy framing of child care in UK elections 1983-2011. SAGE Open, 5(1), 1-14.
  • Dang-Anh, M. & Rüdiger, J. O. (2015) From frequency to sequence: How quantitative methods can inform qualitative analysis of digital media discourse. 10plus1 – Living Linguistics, 1(1), 57–73. [e-copy]
  • Demmen, J., Semino, E., Demjen, Z., Koller, V., Hardie, A., Rayson, P. & Payne, S. (2015) A computer-assisted study of the use of violence metaphors for cancer and end of life by patients, family carers and health professionals. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 20(2), 205-231.
  • Di Fatta, G., Reade, J., Jaworska, S. & Nanda, A. (2015) Big social data and political sentiment: The tweet stream during the UK General Election 2015 campaign. In The 8th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing and Networking (SocialCom 2015), Dec. 19-21, 2015, Chengdu, China. [e-copy]
  • Fidler, M., & Cvrček, V. (2015) A data-driven analysis of reader viewpoints: Reconstructing the Historical Reader using keyword analysis. Journal of Slavic Linguistics,23(2), 197-239. [e-copy]
  • Figenschou, T.U. & Thorbjørnsrud, K. (2015) Faces of an invisible population: Human interest framing of irregular immigration news in the United States, France, and Norway. American Behavioral Scientist, 59(7), 783-801.
  • Gupta, K. (2015) Representation of the British Suffrage Movement. London and New York: Bloomsbury.
  • Jaworska, S. (2015) Formulaic sequences in native and non-native argumentative writing in German. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 20(4).
  • Kreyer, R. (2015) ‘Funky fresh dressed to impress’: A corpus-linguistic view on gender roles in pop songs. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 20(2), 174-204.
  • Linda R.W., Catalano, T., Al Masaeed, K., Do, T.H. & Renigar, P.G. (2015) Critical Discourse Analysis: Definition, approaches, relation to pragmatics, critique, and trends. In Capone, A.  & Mey, J.L  (eds.) Interdisciplinary Studies in Pragmatics, Culture and Society. Springer. 71-135.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2015) What is the environment doing in my report? Analysing the environment-as-stakeholder thesis through corpus linguistics. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture. doi: 10.1080/17524032.2014.967705
  • Love, R. & Baker, P. (2015) The hate that dare not speak its name? Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict, 3(1).
  • Maci, S.M. (2015) ‘If MSM are frequent testers there are more opportunities to test them’. Conditionals in medical posters: A corpus-based approach. In Diani, G. & Thompson P. (eds.) English for Academic Purposes: Approaches and implications. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.
  • MacDonald, M., Homolar, A., Rethel, L., Schnurr, S. & Vessey R. (2015) Manufacturing Dissent: the discursive formation of nuclear proliferation (2006-2012). Discourse & Communication, 9(2), 173-197.
  • McEnery, T., McGlashan, M. & Love, R. (2015) Press and social media reaction to ideologically inspired murder: The case of Lee Rigby. Discourse and Communication, 9(2), 237-259.
  • Potts, A. (2015) ‘LOVE YOU GUYS (NO HOMO)’: How gamers and fans play with sexuality, gender, and Minecraft on YouTube. Critical Discourse Studies, 12(2), 163-186.
  • Potts, A., Bednarek, M. & Caple, H. (2015) How can computer-based methods help researchers to investigate news values in large datasets? A corpus linguistic study of the construction of newsworthiness in the reporting on Hurricane Katrina. Discourse & Communication, 1-24. [e-copy]
  • Queen, R. (2015) Vox Popular: The Surprising Life of Language in the Media. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Riboni, G. (2015) What It means to be European: Alexis Tsipras’s victory in blogs and online newspapers. Languages Cultures Mediation, 2(2), 43-63.[e-copy]
  • Schröter, M. & Storjohann, P. (2015) Patterns of discourse semantics: A corpus-assisted study of financial crisis in British newspaper discourse in 2009. Pragmatics and Society, 6(1), 43-66.
  • Semino, E. (2015) A corpus-based study of ‘mixed metaphor’ as a metalinguistic comment. In R.W. Jr., G. (ed.) Mixing Metaphor. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Semino, E., Demjen, Z., Demmen, J., Koller, V., Payne, S., Hardie, A. & Rayson, P. (2015) The online use of ‘Violence’ and ‘Journey’ metaphors by patients with cancer, as compared with health professionals: A mixed methods study. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. [e-copy]
  • Staples, S., Egbert, J., Biber, D., & Conrad, S. (2015) Register variation: A corpus approach. In Schiffrin, D., Tannen, D. & Hamilton, H. (eds.) The Handbook of Discourse Analysis, Vol. 1. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Steiner, E. (2015) Contrastive studies of cohesion and their impact on our knowledge of translation. In Zhang, M. &  Munday, J. (eds.) Discourse Analysis and Translation.  Special issue of TARGET. International Journal of Translation Studies.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Tabbert, U. (2015) Crime and Corpus: The linguistic representation of crime in the press. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Vass, H. (2015) Analysing hedging in legal discourse using small-scale and large-scale corpora. Research in Corpus Linguistics3, 27-35. [e-copy]
  • Venuti, M. & Nasti , C. (2015). Italian and UK university websites: comparing communicative strategies. ESP Across Cultures, 12. [e-copy]
  • Vessey R. (2015) Food fight: Conflicting language ideologies in English and French news and social media. Journal of Multicultural Discourses, 10(2), 253-271.
  • Warchał, K. (2015) Certainty and Doubt in Academic Discourse: Epistemic modality markers in English and Polish linguistics articles. University of Silesia Press.

2016

  • Ajšić, A. (2016). English, “polyglot” politicians and polyglot businessmen: Language ideologies in contemporary Bosnian press. In L. Buckingham (Ed.), The status of English in Bosnia and Herzegovina (pp. 159-202). Bristol, Buffalo: Multilingual Matters.
  • Baker, P. (2016) Gendered discourses. In Baker, P. & Egbert, J. (eds.) Triangulating methodological approaches in corpus linguistic research. Routledge. 150-163.
  • Baker, P. & Egbert, J. (eds.) (2016) Triangulating Methodological Approaches in Corpus-Linguistic Research. Routledge.
  • Bartley, L. & Hidalgo-Tenorio, E. (2016) “To be Irish, gay, and on the outside”: A critical discourse analysis of the Other after the Celtic Tiger period.  Journal of Language and Sexuality, 5(1), 1-36.
  • Brindle, A. (2016) A corpus analysis of discursive constructions of the Sunflower Student Movement in the English-language Taiwanese press. Discourse & Society, 27(1). 3-19. doi:10.1177/0957926515605957
  • Brindle, A. (2016) Cancer has nothing on Islam: A study of discourses by group elite and supporters of the English defence league. Critical Discourse Studies13(4), 444-459.
  • Drüeke, R. (2016) Mediated communication and migration in Europe: A contribution to the ongoing debate. In Amelina, A., Horvath, K.  & Meeus, B.  (eds.) An Anthology of Migration and Social Transformation. Springer. 327-340
  • Fina, M.E. (2011) What a TripAdvisor corpus can tell us about culture. Cultus Journal, 11(4), 59-80. http://www.cultusjournal.com/files/Archives/fina_elisa_p.pdf
  • Glass, S.L. (2016) A corpus-assisted study of British newspaper discourse on the European Union and potential membership referendum. MA Dissertation, University of Birmingham. [e-copy]
  • Goźdź-Roszkowski, S., & Hunston, S. (2016) Corpora and beyond – investigating evaluation in discourse: Introduction to the special issue on corpus approaches to evaluation. Corpora, 11(2), 131-141. https://org/10.3366/cor.2016.0089
  • Hardaker, C. & McGlashan, M. (2016) “Real men don’t hate women”: Twitter rape threats and group identity. Journal of Pragmatics, 91, 80–93. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2015.11.005
  • Hou, Z. (2016) A corpus-driven analysis of media representations of the chinese dream. International Journal of English Linguistics 6(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ijel.v6n1p142
  • Jaworska, S. (2016) A comparative corpus-assisted discourse study of the representations of hosts in commercial tourism discourse. Corpora, 11(1), 83-111. [e-copy]
  • Jaworska, S. (2016) Using a Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies (CADS) Approach to Investigate Constructions of Identities in Media Reporting Surrounding Mega Sports Events: The Case of the London Olympics 2012. In: Lamond, I.R. & Platt, L. (eds) Critical Event Studies. Leisure Studies in a Global Era. Palgrave Macmillan: London.
  • Kedves, A. (2016) Discursive legitimation in online crowdfunding: A Study of Kickstarter projects promoting human rights. Globe: A Journal of Language, Culture and Communication, 3, 46-63. http://dx.doi.org/10.5278/ojs.globe.v3i0.1277
  • Louw, B. & Milojkovic, M. (2016) Corpus Stylistics as Contextual Prosodic Theory and Subtext. John Benjamins.
  • Lutzky, Ur. & Kehoe, A. (2016) Your blog is (the) shit: A corpus linguistic approach to the identification of swearing in computer mediated communication. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics. 21. 165-191.
  • McDonald, D. & Woodward-Kron, R. (2016) Member roles and identities in online support groups: Perspectives from corpus and systemic functional linguistics. Discourse & Communication, first published on January 25, 2016. doi:10.1177/1750481315615985
  • Monaco, L. (2016) Was late Modern English scientific writing impersonal?: Comparing Philosophy and Life Sciences texts from the Coruña Corpus. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics. 21.
  • Musolff, A. (2016) Political Metaphor Analysis: Discourse and scenarios. Bloomsbury.
  • Poole, R. (2016) A corpus-aided ecological discourse analysis of the Rosemont Copper Mine debate of Arizona, USA. Discourse and Communication, 10(6), 576-595.
  • Potts, A. (2016) Semantic annotation. In Baker, P. & Egbert, J. (eds) Triangulating Methodological Approaches in Corpus Linguistic Research. New York: Routledge. 57-72.
  • Reershemius, G. & Marley, C. (2016) Think small. The construction of imagined tradition in German “Land”-magazines. Discourse, Context and Media, 14, 71-81. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dcm.2016.10.002
  • Romaniuk, T. (2016) On the relevance of gender in the analysis of discourse: A case study from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential bid in 2007–2008. Discourse & Society, 27(5), 533–553. doi: 10.1177/0957926516651221.
  • Salashour, N. (2015) Liquid metaphors as positive evaluations: A corpus-assisted discourse analysis of the representation of migrants in a daily New Zealand newspaper. Discourse, Context & Media, 13 (B), 73-81.
  • Sauntson, H. & Sundaram, V. (2016) Discursive silences: Critically analysing the presence/ absence of sexual diversity in the Sex and Relationships Education Guidance for England and Wales. In Sauntson, H. & Sundaram, V. (eds.) Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education. Springer. 100-114.
  • Schröter, M., & Veniard, M. (2016) Contrastive analysis of keywords in discourses: Intégration and Integration in French and German discourses about migration.  International Journal of Language and Culture, 3(1), 1-33. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/ijolc.3.1.01sch
  • Spina S. (2016) Twitter as a source of change in political discourse. In Degani, M., Frassi, P. & Lorenzetti, M.I. (eds.) The Languages of Politics/La politique et ses langages Volume 2. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Vessey, R. (2016) Language and Canadian Media:Representations, ideologies, policies. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Ziem, A. (2016) From discourses to corpora: (lexical) meaning-making as a challenge for cognitive semantics. In Christ, H., Klenovšak, D., Sönning, L., & Werner, V. A Blend of MaLT: Selected Contributions from the Methods and Linguistic Theories Symposium 2015. University of Bamburg Press: Bamburg.

2017

  • Al Fajri, M.S. (2017) Hegemonic and minority discourses around immigrants: A corpus-based critical discourse analysis. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics7(2), 381-390.
  • Al-Khawaldeh, N., Khawaldeh, I., Bani-Khair, B. & Al-Khawaldeh, A. (2017) An exploration of graffiti on university’s walls: A corpus-based discourse analysis study. Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 7(1): 29-42.
  • Atkinson, P. & Gregory, I. N. (2017) Child Welfare in Victorian Newspapers: Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis. The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 48 (2), 159-186.
  • Baker, P. (2017) Sexuality. In Friginal, E. (ed.) Studies in Corpus-Based Sociolinguistics. Routledge. 159-177.
  • Berger, C., Friginal, E., & Roberts, J. (2017) Representations of immigrants and refugees in UK K-12 school-to-home correspondence: an exploratory corpus-assisted discourse study. Corpora, 12(2), 153-179. DOI: org/10.3366/cor.2017.0115
  • Brookes, G. & Baker, P. (2017) What does patient feedback reveal about the NHS? A mixed methods study of comments posted to the NHS Choices online service. BMJ Open 7(4). [e-copy]
  • Fältholm, Y. & Norberg, C. (2017) Gender diversity and innovation in mining: A corpus-based discourse analysis. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 9 (4), 359-376. org/10.1108/IJGE-06-2017-0029
  • Farhan, Athil Khaleel(2017) Ideological manipulation in the translation of political discourse : a study of presidential speeches after the Arab Spring based on corpora and critical discourse analysis.Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey. [e-copy]
  • Fenech, M. & Wilkins, D.P. (2017) Representations of childcare in the Australian print media: An exploratory corpus-assisted discourse analysis. The Australian Educational Researcher44, 161–190. doi.org/10.1007/s13384-016-0225-4
  • Fitzgerald, S. (2017). Murderers, moonwalkers and markets: A corpus based critical discourse analysis of the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Canadian newspapers. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines (CADAAD), 9(1), 1-26. [e-copy]
  • Friginal E., Lee J.J., Polat B. & Roberson A. (2017) Exploring Spoken English Learner Language Using Corpora. Palgrave Macmillan. (Ch. 2: Corpora of spoken academic discourse and learner talk: A survey). 35-63.
  • Friginal, E., & Mustafa, S. S. (2017) A comparison of U.S.-based and Iraqi English research article abstracts using corpora. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 25. 45-57. DOI: org/10.1016/j.jeap.2016.11.004
  • Froehlich, H. (2017). Social Identity in Shakespeare’s Plays: A quantitative study. PhD Thesis, University of Strathclyde.
  • Gablasova, D., Brezina, V., & McEnery, T. (2017) Exploring learner language through corpora: Comparing and interpreting corpus frequency information. Language Learning67(S1), 130-154.
  • Georgalou, M. (2017) Discourse and Identity on Facebook. Bloomsbury.
  • Ginsberg, D. (2017) ‘If you can’t share the road, then find yourself some other planet’: A corpus-based examination of impoliteness on the internet. In Baczkowska, A. & Zimny, R. Impoliteness in Media Discourse. Peter Lang. [e-copy]
  • Goźdź-Roszkowski, S. (2017) Facts in Law: A comparative study of fact that and its phraseologies in American and Polish judicial discourse. In Goźdź-Roszkowski, S. & Pontrandolfo, G. (eds.) Phraseology in Legal and Institutional Settings. Routledge. 143-159.
  • Gregori-Signes, C. (2017) “Apparently, women don’t know how to operate doors”: A corpus-based analysis of women stereotypes in the TV series ‘3rd Rock from the Sun’. International Journal of English Studies17(2), 21-43. [e-copy]
  • Hunter, D. & MacDonald, M. N. (2017) Arguments for exception in US security discourse. Discourse & Society, 28(5), 493–511. doi: 10.1177/0957926517710978.
  • Jaworska, S. (2017) Corpora and corpus linguistics approaches to studying business language. In Mautner, G. & Rainer, F. (eds.) Handbook of Business Communication: Linguistic approaches. Berlin:: De Gruyter.
  • Johnson, J. H. & Partington, A. (2017) Corpus-Assisted Discourse Study of Representations of the “Underclass” in the English-Language Press: Who are they, how do they behave, and who is to blame for them? In: Friginal, E. (ed.) Studies in Corpus-Based Sociolinguistics. New York: Routledge.
  • Kim, K. H. (2017) Newsweek discourses on China and their Korean translations: a corpus-based approach. Discourse, Context & Media15, 34-44.
  • King, D., & Hickey, H. (2017) Creating and using corpora: A principled approach to identifying key language within art & design. Spark: UAL Creative Teaching and Learning Journal2(3), 207-216.
  • Kircher, R. & Fox, S.(2019) Multicultural London English and its speakers: a corpus-informed discourse study of standard language ideology and social stereotypes. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, DOI: 1080/01434632.2019.1666856
  • Kou, Y., Kow, Y. M., Gui, X., & Cheng, W. (2017) One social movement, two social media sites: A comparative study of public discourses. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)26(4-6), 807-836.
  • Laws, J., Ryder, C. & Jaworska, S. (2017) A diachronic corpus-based study into the effects of age and gender on the usage patterns of verb-forming suffixation in spoken British English. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 22(3), 375-402. [e-copy]
  • Lee, T.H., Hong, S. & Jeong, H. (2017) A Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis of News Media on the Busan Seawater Desalination Plant. Advanced Science Letters, 23(3), 1660-1667.
  • Levon, E., Milani, T. M. & Kitis, E.D.(2017) The topography of masculine normativities in South Africa. Critical Discourse Studies, 14(5), 514-531. [e-copy]
  • Lischinsky, A. (2017) Doing the naughty or having it done to you? Agent roles in erotic writing. Porn Studies. doi:1080/23268743.2017.1301215).
  • Liu, M. & Li, C. (2017) Competing discursive constructions of China’s smog in Chinese and Anglo-American English-language newspapers: A corpus-assisted discourse study. Discourse & Communication, 11(4), 386-403.
  • Liu, M. (2017) “Contesting the Cynicism of Neoliberalism”: A Corpus-Assisted Discourse Study of Press Representations of the Sino-US Currency Dispute. Journal of Language and Politics, 16(2), 242-263.
  • Marchi, A., Lorenzo-Dus, N. & Marsh, S. (2017) Churchill’s inter-subjective special relationship: A corpus-assisted discourse approach. In Dobson, A. P. & Marsh, S. (eds.) Churchill and the Anglo-American Special Relationship. London: Routledge.
  • McEnery, T. & Baker, H. (2017) Corpus Linguistics and 17th-Century Prostitution: Computational Linguisticis and History. London: Bloomsbury.
  • O’Halloran, K. (2017) Posthumanism and Deconstructing Arguments: Corpora and Digitally-driven Critical Analysis. Routledge.
  • Pérez-Paredes, P., Jiménez, P. A. & Hernández, P. S. (2017) Constructing immigrants in UK legislation and Administration informative texts: A corpus-driven study (2007–2011). Discourse & Society, 28(1), 81–103. doi: 10.1177/0957926516676700.
  • Poole, R. (2017) Ecolinguistics, GIS, and corpus linguistics for the analysis of the Rosemont Copper Mine debate. Environmental Communication, 12(4), 525-540. 10.1080/17524032.2016.1275735
  • Reguera, N., Subirats, L. & Armayones, M. (2017) Mining Facebook data of people with rare diseases. IEEE 30th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS), 588-593.
  • Salway, A. (2017) Data-Driven Approaches to Climate Change Discourse, Illustrated through Case Studies of Blogs and International Climate Negotiation. In The Role of Language in the Climate Change Debate(pp. 151-170). Routledge.
  • Schröter, M., & Taylor, C. (eds.). (2017) Exploring Silence and Absence in Discourse: Empirical approaches. Springer.
  • Tso, E.A. (2017) Discourse, Social Scales, and Epiphenomenality of Language Policy: A Case Study of a Local, Hong Kong NGO. PhD Thesis, University of Arizona. [e-copy]
  • Vessey R. (2017) Corpus approaches to language ideology. Applied Linguistics, 38(3), 277–296. [e-copy]
  • Yufang, Q. & McEnery, T. (2017) A corpus=based discourse study of Chinese medicine in UK national newspapers. Foreign Language Teaching and Research,49(1), 73-84.
  • Zufferey, S., & Degand, L. (2017) Annotating the meaning of discourse connectives in multilingual corpora, Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory13(2), 399-422. [e-copy]

2018

  • Altoaimy, L. (2018) Driving Change on Twitter: A Corpus-Assisted Discourse Analysis of the Twitter Debates on the Saudi Ban on Women Driving. Social Sciences7, 81.
  • Ancarno, C. (2018) Interdisciplinary approaches in corpus linguistics and CADS. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Anthony, L. (2018) Visualization in corpus-based discourse studies. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Baker, P. & McEnery, T. (2018) The value of revisiting and extending previous studies: The Case of Islam in the UK Press. In Scholz, R. (ed.) Quantifying Approaches to Spoken Discourse. Palgrave Macmillan. 215-249.
  • Baker, J.P. & Vessey, R. (2018) A corpus-driven comparison of English and French Islamist extremist texts. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 23, (3), 255-278. [e-copy]
  • Biros, C., Rossi, C. & Sahakyan, I. (2018) Discourse on climate and energy justice: a comparative study of Do It Yourself and Bootstrapped corpora, Corpus [En ligne], 18. [e-copy]
  • Boyd, R.L., Spangher, A., Fourney, A., Nushi, B., Ranade, G., Pennebaker, J., & Horvitz, E. (2018) Characterizing the internet research agency’s social media operations during the 2016 U.S. presidential election using linguistic analyses. PsyArXiv. [e-copy]
  • Brezina, V. (2018) Statistical choices in corpus-based discourse analysis. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.</li
  • Brown, D. W. (2018) English and Empire: Literary History, Dialect, and the Digital Archive. Cambridge University Press.
  • Caple, H. (2018) Analysing the multimodal text. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Dufek, O. (2018) Kritická analýza jazykových ideologií v českém veřejném diskurzu (Critical Analysis of Language Ideologies in Czech Public Discourse). PhD Thesis, Charles University, Prague. [e-copy]
  • Duguid, A. & Partington, A.(2018) Using corpus linguistics to investigate absence/s: You don’t know what you’re missing. Or do you? In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Egbert, J. & Schnur, E. (2018) The role of the text in corpus and discourse analysis: Missing the trees for the forest. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Ferraresi, A. (2018) Who Writes the Story Matters: Transgender Identity through the Lens of Citizen Journalism. In: Balirano, G. & Palusci, O. (eds) Miss Man? Languaging Gendered Bodies. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  • Fidler, M., & Cvrček, V. (2018) Going Beyond “Aboutness”: A Quantitative Analysis of Sputnik Czech Republic. In Fidler, M. & Cvrček, V. (eds.) Taming the Corpus: From Inflection and Lexis to Interpretation. New York: Springer International Publishing. 195–225.
  • Fitzgerald, S. (2018). When you’re in with the in-crowd: The discursive construction of the International Baccalaureate (IB) in a corpus of Canadian newspapers. Journal of Language and Discrimination, 2(1), 58-84.
  • Gabrielatos, C. (2018) Keyness analysis: nature, metrics & techniques. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge. [e-copy]
  • Galitsky, B., Ilvovsky, D., & Kuznetsov, S. O. (2018) Detecting logical argumentation in text via communicative discourse tree. Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence30(5), 637-663.
  • Ignatova, E. (2018) Compiling comparable multimodal corpora of tourism discourse. In Petykó, M., Rossi, O. & Yu, S. (eds.) Papers from LAEL PG Vol. 11. Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University. 96-114.
  • Jaworksa, S. (2018) Using multiple datasets. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Jaworska, S. & Leuschner, T. (2018) Crossing languages – crossing discourses: a corpus-assisted discourse study of Kulturkampf in German, Polish and English. Pragmatics and Society, 9(1), 119-149. [e-copy]
  • Jaworska, S. & Nanda, A. (2018) Doing well by talking good? A topic modelling-assisted discourse study of corporate social responsibility. Applied Linguistics, 39 (3, 373-399. [e-copy]
  • Jaworska, S. & Ryan, K. (2018) Gender and the language of pain in chronic and terminal illness: a corpus-based discourse analysis of patients’ narratives. Social Science & Medicine, 215, 107-114. [e-copy]
  • Jaworska, S. & Themistocleous, C. (2018) Public discourses on multilingualism in the UK: Triangulating a corpus study with a sociolinguistic attitude survey. Language in Society, 47(1), 57-88. [e-copy]
  • Jaworska, S. (2018) Change but no climate change: Discourses of climate change in corporate social responsibility reporting in the oil industry. International Journal of Business Communication, 55(2), 194-219. [e-copy]
  • Jaworska, S. (2018) Corpus approaches to language in the media. In Cotter, C. & Perrin, D. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Language and Media. Routledge. [e-copy]
  • Kuznar, L. A., & Aviles, W. (2018) Comparative Analysis of Kim Family Political Discourse. NSI.
  • Lin, P. M. S. (2018) The Prosody of Formulaic Sequences: A Corpus and Discourse Approach. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Lischinsky, A (2018) Overlooked text types: from fictional texts to real world discourses. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Liu, M. & Zhang, Y. (2018) Discursive constructions of scientific (Un)certainty about the health risks of China’s air pollution: A corpus-assisted discourse study. Language and Communication, 60, 1-10.
  • Maci, S.M. (2018) “Good Morning, Vietnam!” The discursive construction of nationhood in the War Remnant Museum wall-texts. Lingue e Linguaggi, 26, 259-279.
  • Marchi, A. (2018) Dividing up the data: epistemological, methodological and practical impact of diachronic segmentation. In Marchi, A. & Taylor, C. (eds.) Corpus Approaches to Discourse: A Critical Review. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Mazzi, D. (2018) “The diet is not suitable for all…”: On the British and Irish web-based discourse on the Ketogenic Diet. Lingue Culture Mediazioni-Languages Cultures Mediation (LCM Journal)5(1), 37-56.
  • Montoro, R. (2018) The creative use of absences: A corpus stylistic approach to Henry Green’s Living, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics,  23(3), 279 – 310. [e-copy]
  • Napolitano, A. (2018) Image repair or self – destruction? A genre and corpus- assisted discourse analysis of restaurants’ responses to online complaints. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines, 10(1), 135–153.
  • Nardone, C. (2018) ‘Women and Work’: a Cross-Linguistic Corpus-Assisted Discourse Study in German and in Italian. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines, 10(1), 167-186.
  • Navarro Gil, N. (2018). Reflexive metadiscourse in a corpus of Spanish bachelor dissertations in EFL. Research in Corpus Linguistics6, 29-49. [e-copy]
  • Nolte, M.I., Ancarno, C. & Jones, R. (2018) Inter-religious relations in Yorubaland, Nigeria: corpus methods and anthropological survey data, Corpora, 13(1), 27-64. [e-copy]
  • Northbrook, J. & Conklin, K. (2018) “What are you talking about?”: An analysis of lexical bundles in Japanese junior high school textbooks. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 23, 311-334. doi: 10.1075/ijcl.16024.nor.
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  • Partington A. (2018) Intimations of ‘Spring’? What Got Said and What Didn’t Get Said about the Start of the Middle Eastern/North African Uprisings: A Corpus-assisted Discourse Study of a Historical Event. In: Schröter M., Taylor C. (eds) Exploring Silence and Absence in Discourse: Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
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  • Pérez, M.C.(2018) What is kept and what is lost without translation? A corpus-assisted discourse study of the European Parliament’s original and translated English. Perspectives, 26(2), 277-291, DOI: 1080/0907676X.2017.1359325
  • Pettersson-Traba, D. (2018). Revisiting you know and I mean: some notes on the functions of the two pragmatic markers in contemporary spoken American English. Research in Corpus Linguistics6, 67-81. [e-copy]
  • Sardinha, T.B. (2018) Dimensions of variation across Internet registers. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 23, 125-157.
  • Spier, T. E. (2018) Extremist propaganda and Qur’anic scripture: A ‘radical’ corpus-based study of the Dabiq. Discourse & Society, 29(5), 553–567. doi: 10.1177/0957926518770265.
  • Subirats, L., Reguera, N., Bañón, A.M., Gómez-Zúñiga, B., Minguillón, J. & Armayones, M. (2018) Mining Facebook data of people with rare diseases: A content-based and temporal analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health15(9), [e-copy]
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  • Turner, G., Mills, S., van Der Bom, I., Coffey-Glover, L., Paterson, L. L. & Jones, L. (2018) Opposition as victimhood in newspaper debates about same-sex marriage. Discourse & Society, 29(2), 180–197. doi: 10.1177/0957926517734422.
  • Ullrich, R., Mittelbach, M., & Liebal, K. (2018) Scala naturae: the impact of historical values on current ‘evolution of language’ discourse. Journal of Language Evolution3(1), 1-12.
  • Villanueva, L.S., Dolom, M.A.C.& Belen, J.S. (2018) Genre analysis of the “About Us” sections of Asian Association of Open Universities websites Asian Association of Open Universities Journal, 13(1), 37-59. [e-copy]
  • Yan Eureka Ho, S. &Crosthwaite, P. (2018) Exploring stance in the manifestos of 3 candidates for the Hong Kong Chief Executive election 2017: Combining CDA and corpus-like insights. Discourse & Society, 29(6), 629–654. doi: 10.1177/0957926518802934.
  • Zasina, A. J. (2018) Image of Politicians and Gender in Czech Daily Newspapers. In Taming the Corpus: From Inflection and Lexis to Interpretation. Cham: Springer International Publishing. 167-194.
  • Zottola, A. (2018) Transgender identity labels in the British press: A corpus-based discourse analysis. Journal of Language and Sexuality, 7 (2), 237-262.

2019

  • Aull, L. (2019) Linguistic markers of stance and genre in upper-level student writing. Written Communication, 36(2), 267–295. [e-copy]
  • Baker, P. (2019) Fabulosa! The Story of Polari, Britain’s Secret Gay Language. Reaktion.
  • Baker, P., Brookes, G. & Evans, C. (2019) The Language of Patient Feedback: A corpus linguistic study of online health communication.
  • Baker, H., Gregory, I., Hartmann, D. & McEnery, A. (2019) Applying geographical information systems to researching historical corpora: Seventeenth-century prostitution. In Wiegand, V. & Mahlberg, M. (eds.) Corpus Linguistics, Context and Culture. De Gruyter. 109-136.
  • Balfour, J. (2019) ‘The mythological marauding violent schizophrenic’: Using the word sketch tool to examine representations of schizophrenic people as violent in the British press. Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies2, 40–64. [e-copy]
  • Bodó, C., Szabó, G. & Turai, R. K. (2019) Voices of masculinity: Men’s talk in Hungarian university dormitorie. Discourse & Society, 30(4), 339–358. doi: 10.1177/0957926519837395.
  • Bouziri, B. (2019). A corpus-assisted genre analysis of the Tunisian Lecture Corpus: Focus on metadiscourse. PhD Thesis. Université Catholique de Louvain.
  • Brookes, G. & McEnery, A. (2019) Corpus linguistics for indexing. The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing, 37(2), 105-124.
  • Brookes, G. & McEnery, A. (2019) The utility of topic modelling for discourse studies. Discourse Studies, 21(1), 3-21.
  • Brumfield, S. (2019) The key to the city: Using digital tools to understand tablet provenience. Journal of Ancient Near Eastern History6(1), 97-116. [e-copy]
  • Bubenhofer, N., Rothenhäusler, K., Affolter, K. & Pajovic, D. (2019) The linguistic construction of world: An example of visual analysis and methodological challenges. In Scholz, R. (ed.) Quantifying Approaches to Discourse for Social Scientists. Palgrave Macmillan. 251–284. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-97370-8_9.
  • Callies, M. & Levin, M. (2019) Corpus Approaches to the Language of Sports: Texts, Media, Modalities. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Carr, G. & Bednarek, M. (2019) Beyond risk and safety? Identifying shifts in sex education advice targeted at young women. Discourse & Society, 30(3), 225-247. https://doi.org/10.1177/0957926519828029.
  • Černá, Z., & Čech, R. (2019) Analysis of the Lemma Mateřství (Motherhood), Journal of Linguistics/Jazykovedný casopis70(2), 244-253. [e-copy]
  • Charles, M. (2019) Do-it-yourself corpora for LSP: Demystifying the process and illustrating the practice. Scripta Manent13(2), 156-166.
  • Chen, X. & Hu, J. (2019) Evolution of US presidential discourse over 230 years: A psycholinguistic perspective. International Journal of English Linguistics9(4), 28-41.
  • Cheng, L., Pei, J., & Danesi, M. (2019) A sociosemiotic interpretation of cybersecurity in US legislative discourse. Social Semiotics29(3), 286-302.
  • Clausen, A.K. (2019) The Power of Political Discourse on Twitter. A critical assessment of the combination of corpus linguistic and critical discourse studies methods for the analysis of social media corpora. Doctoral dissertation, Université de Lausanne, Faculté des lettres.
  • Deignan, A. & Cai, D. (2019) Metaphors and Evaluation in Popular Economic Discourse on Trade Wars. In: Navarro I Fernando, I. (ed.) Current Approaches to metaphor in Discourse. De Gruyter Mouton: Berlin.
  • Egbert, J. & Baker, P. (eds.) (2019) Using Corpus Methods to Triangulate Linguistic Analysis. London: Routledge.
  • Elmerot, I. (2019) Dirtbags, Drunkards and Miniature Mutes: Czech Subjectivity Revealed Through Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis. Scando-Slavica 65 (2), 127–45. [e-copy]
  • Fanego, T. & Rodríguez-Puente, P. (eds.). (2019) Corpus-based research on variation in English legal discourse(Vol. 91). John Benjamins.
  • Feola, G. & Jaworska, S. (2019) One transition, many transitions? A corpus-based study of societal sustainability transition discourses in four civil society’s proposals. Sustainability Science, 14(6). [e-copy]
  • Ferraresi, A. (2019) How specialized (or popularized)? Terminological density as a clue to text specialization in the domain of food safety. Lingue e Linguaggi, 29, 17-39.
  • Fidler, M., & Cvrček, V. (2019) Keymorph analysis, or how morphosyntax informs discourse, Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory15(1), 39-70. [e-copy]
  • Fitzsimmons-Doolan, S. (2019) Taxpaying, Importing, Enforcing: Emerging discourse patterns in online newspaper comments about US immigrant education. Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies2, 94–116. doi: http://doi.org/10.18573/jcads.25
  • Gribomont, I. (2019) The Zapatista linguistic revolution: A corpus-assisted analysis. In Esposito E., Pérez-Arredondo C., Ferreiro J. (eds) Discourses from Latin America and the Caribbean. Palgrave Macmillan. [e-copy]
  • Gupta, K. (2019) Response and responsibility: Mainstream media and Lucy Meadows in a post-Leveson context. Sexualities, 22(1–2), 31–47. DOI: 1177/1363460717740259
  • Holden Bates, S. & Sealey, A.J. (2019) Representing women, women representing: backbenchers’ questions during Prime Minister’s Questions, 1979-2010. European Journal of Politics and Gender, 2 (2), 237-256. [e-copy]
  • Humbert-Droz, J., Picton, A., & Condamines, A. (2019). How to build a corpus for a tool-based approach to determinologisation in the field of particle physics. Research in Corpus Linguistics7, 1-17. [e-copy]
  • Hunt, S. & Jaworska, S. (2019) Intersections of nationality, gender, race and crime in news reporting: The case of Oscar Pistorius – Olympian and murderer. Discourse, Context & Media, 30. 100299. [e-copy]
  • Jaworska, S. & Sogomonian, T. (2019) After we #VoteLeave we can #TakeControl: political campaigning and imagined collectives on Twitter before the Brexit vote. In Lutzky, U. & Nevala, M. (eds.) Reference and Identity in Public Discourses. John Benjamins. 181-202. [e-copy]
  • Kravvaris, D., Kermanidis, K.L. (2019) Automatic point of interest detection for open online educational video lectures. Multimedia Tools and Applications, 78, 2465-2479. [e-copy]
  • Kreischer, K.S. (2019) The relation and function of discourses: a corpus-cognitive analysis of the Irish abortion debate. Corpora14(1), 105-130.
  • Liu, M. (2019) New Trend, but Old Story: A Corpus-Assisted Discourse Study of Tibet Imaginations in Anglo-American Newspapers. Critical Arts33:1, 1-14.
  • Lorenzo-Dus, N. & Kinzel, A. (2019) ‘So is your mom as cute as you?’: Examining patterns of language use in online sexual grooming of children. Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies2, 15–39. doi: http://doi.org/10.18573/jcads.31
  • Loureda, Ó., Recio Fernández, I., Nadal, L., & Cruz, A. (eds.) (2019) Empirical Studies of the Construction of Discourse. John Benjamins.
  • Love, R., Brezina, V., McEnery, A., Hawtin, A., Hardie, A. & Dembry, C. (2019) Functional variation in the Spoken BNC2014 and the potential for register analysis. Register Studies, 1(2), 301-323.
  • Lynott, D., Walsh, M., McEnery, T., Connell, L., Cross, L. & O’Brien, K.S. (2019) are you what you read? Predicting implicit attitudes to immigration based on linguistic distributional cues from newspaper readership: A pre-registered study. Frontiers in Psychology, 10. [online]
  • Marcellino, W. (2019) Seniority in writing studies: A corpus analysis. The Journal of Writing Analysis, 3, 183-205. [e-copy]
  • Marchi, A. (2019) Self-Reflexive Journalism: A corpus study of journalistic culture and community in the Guardian. Routledge
  • McEnery, A. & Baker, H.S. (2019) Language surrounding poverty in Early Modern England: A corpus-based investigation of how people living in the seventeenth century perceived the criminalized poor. In Suhr, C., Nevalainen, T. & Taavitsainen, I. (eds.) From Data to Evidence in English Language Research. Brill. 225-257.
  • McEnery, A., Brezina, V. & Baker, H. (2019) Usage Fluctuation Analysis: A new way of analysing shifts in historical discourse. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 24(4), 413-444.
  • McEnery, A., Baker, H.S. & Dayrell, C. (2019) Working at the interface of hydrology and corpus linguistics: Using corpora to identify unrecorded droughts in nineteenth-century Britain. In Egbert, J. & Baker, P. (eds.) Using Corpus Methods to Triangulate Linguistic Analysis. Routledge.
  • Menti A. (2019) The Representation of crime and criminals in the TV series Sherlockand Elementary: A corpus study. In Akrivos D., Antoniou A. (eds) Crime, Deviance and Popular Culture. Palgrave Macmillan. [e-copy]
  • Müller, M. & Stegmeier, J. (2019) Investigating risk, uncertainty and normativity within the framework of digital discourse analysis: Renewable energies in climate change discourse. In Researching Risk and Uncertainty. Palgrave Macmillan. 309-335.
  • O’Halloran, K.A. (2019) A posthumanist pedagogy using digital text analysis to enhance critical thinking in higher education. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqz060
  • Pérez, M.C. (2019) The group in the self: A corpus-assisted discourse studies approach to personal and group communication at the European Parliament. Pragmatics, 29 (3), 357-383.
  • Raineri, S. & Debras, C. (2019) Corpora and Representativeness: Where to go from now? CogniTextes, 19 [online]
  • Rebechi, R. R. (2019) God, Nation and Family in the impeachment votes of Brazil’s former President Dilma Rousseff: a corpus-based approach to discourse. Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies2, 144–174. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18573/jcads.34
  • Riihimäki, J. (2019) At the heart and in the margins: Discursive construction of British national identity in relation to the EU in British parliamentary debates from 1973 to 2015. Discourse & Society, 30(4), 412–431. doi: 10.1177/0957926519837394.
  • Siiner, M. & L’Nyavskiy, S. (2017) Priming Language Political Issues as Issues of State Security: A Corpus-Assisted Discourse Analysis of Language Ideological Debates in Estonian Media Before and After the Ukrainian Crisis. Language Policy Beyond the State, 14, 25-44.
  • Simaki, V., Paradis, C. & Kerren, A. (2019) A two-step procedure to identify lexical elements of stance constructions in discourse from political blogs. Corpora14(3), 379-405.
  • Smirnova, E.A. (2019) Referential coherence of academic texts: A corpus-based analysis of L2 research papers in management. Journal of Language and Education, 5(4), 112-127. [e-copy]
  • Taylor, C. & Del Fante, D. (2019) Comparing across languages in corpus & discourse analysis: some issues and approaches. Meta: Journal des traducteurs.
  • Tidwell, J.H. (2019) From a Smoking Gun to Spent Fuel: Principled Subsampling Methods for Building Big Language Data Corpora from Monitor Corpora. Data4(2), 48.
  • Tranchese, A. (2019) Using corpora to investigate the representation of poverty in the 2015 UK general election campaign. Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies2, 65–93. [e-copy]
  • Vandekerckhove, R., Hilte, L., Fišer, D. & Daelemans, W. (2019) Computer-mediated communication (CMC) and social media corpora: Introduction. European Journal of Applied Linguistics7(2), 157-162.
  • Viera, R.T. (2019). Analysis of abstracts in scientific papers written in english using corpora. Script Journal: Journal of Linguistic and English Teaching4(2), 112-124.
  • Xiao, Y., Li, Y. & Hu, J. (2019) Construction of the belt and road initiative in Chinese and American media: A critical discourse analysis based on self-built corpora. International Journal of English Linguistics, 9(3), 68-77. [e-copy]

2020

  • Balfour, J. (2020) A corpus-based discourse analysis of representations of people with schizophrenia in the British press between 2000 and 2015. PhD Thesis, Lancaster University. [e-copy]
  • Brookes, G. & McEnery, T. (2020) Correlation, collocation and cohesion: A corpus-based critical analysis of violent jihadist discourse. Discourse & Society, 3(4), 351-373. doi: 10.1177/0957926520903528.
  • Chen, Y. & Song, Z. (2020) Interpreter’s role in discourse and context: A corpus-based study from the SFL perspective. In Yang, B. (ed.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourses. Springer Nature. 283-316.
  • Cunningham, C.D. & Egbert, J. (2020) Using Empirical Data to Investigate the Original Meaning of “Emolument” in the Constitution., Georgia State University Law Review 36(5). [e-copy]
  • De Schryver G.-M. (2020) Linguistics terminology and neologisms in Swahili: Rules vs. practice. Dictionaries, 41(1), 83-104. [e-copy]
  • Erdogan-Ozturk Y. & Isik-Guler H. (2020) Discourses of exclusion on Twitter in the Turkish context: #ülkemdesuriyeliistemiyorum (#idontwantsyriansinmycountry). Discourse, Context and Media, 36. [e-copy]
  • Evans, M. (2020) Royal Voices: Language and Power in Tudor England. Cambridge University Press.
  • Gales, T. & Solan, L.M. (2020) Revisiting a Classic Problem in Statutory Interpretation: Is a Minister a Laborer? Georgia State University Law Review 36(5). [e-copy]
  • Gu, C. (2020) Concordancing China’s friend, foe and frenemy: A corpus-based CDA of geopolitical actors (re)presented at China’s interpreter-mediated political press conferences. In Yang, B. (ed.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourses. Springer Nature. 197-232.
  • Hořejší, M. (2020) Kritická analýza diskurzu o Národním parku Šumava (Critical Discourse Analysis of the Discourse on the Bohemian Forest National Park). PhD Thesis, Univerzita Karlova, Czech Republic. [e-copy]
  • Huan C., Guan X. (2020) Sketching landscapes in discourse analysis (1978–2018): A bibliometric study. Discourse Studies. [e-copy]
  • Ismail, H., Idrus, M.M & Syed, S.N. Sahuri(2020) Masculinity through ‘emotion:’ A corpus-assisted discourse analysis on sport news and implications for social workers in sport. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 30(1), 54-70. DOI: 1080/10911359.2019.1664358
  • Jensen, K.E. (2020) Corpus methodology and discursive conceptualizations of depression. In Filimowicz, M. & Tzankova, V. (eds.) Reimagining Communication: Meaning. Routledge. 64-82.
  • Kania, U.(2020) Marriage for all (‘Ehe fuer alle’)?! A corpus-assisted discourse analysis of the marriage equality debate in Germany. Critical Discourse Studies, 17(2), 138-155, DOI: 1080/17405904.2019.1656656
  • Kettunen K. & la Mela M. (2020) Digging deeper into the Finnish parliamentary protocols: Using a lexical semantic tagger for studying meaning change of everyman’s rights (allemansrätten). CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2612, 63-80. [e-copy]
  • Kijratanakoson, N. (2020) Digital media’s discursive strategies against anabolic-androgenic steroids: A corpus-assisted discourse analysis. Discourse Studies.
  • Kinloch, K. & Jaworska, S. (2020) Using a comparative corpus-assisted approach to study health and illness discourses across domains: the case of postnatal depression (PND) in lay, medical and media texts. In Demjen, Z. (ed.) Applying Linguistics in Illness and Healthcare Contexts. Bloomsbury.
  • Kopf, S. (2020) ‘This is exactly how the Nazis ran it’: (De)legitimising the EU on Wikipedia. Discourse & Society. doi: 10.1177/0957926520903524.
  • Law, L. (2020) Creativity and television drama: A t-Score and MI value cut-off analysis of pattern-forming creativity in House M.D. In Yang, B. (ed.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourses. Springer Nature.. 347-375.
  • Leedham, M., Lillis, T., & Twiner, A. (2020) Exploring the core ‘preoccupation’ of social work writing: A corpus-assisted discourse study. Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies3, 1-26.
  • Li, T. (2020) Representing China in Translations of Two Korean News Outlets: A Corpus-based Discourse Analysis Approach. In: Hu K. & Kim K. (eds) Corpus-based Translation and Interpreting Studies in Chinese Contexts: Present and Future (Palgrave Studies in Translating and Interpreting). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lin, K.L. & Sui, S.X. (2020) Citation functions in the opening phase of research articles: A corpus-based comparative study. In Yang, B. (ed.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourses. Springer Nature. 233-250.
  • Matthews, A. & Kotzee, B. (2020) UK university part-time higher education: A corpus-assisted discourse analysis of undergraduate prospectuses. Higher Education Research & Development. DOI: 1080/07294360.2020.1713730
  • McGlashan, M. (2020) Collective identity and discourse practice in the followership of the Football Lads Alliance on Twitter. Discourse & Society, 31(3), 307–328. doi: 10.1177/0957926519889128.
  • Melnichuk T., Dyakonova E., Gorina E. (2020) Representation of northern minorities in Russian news discourse. In Anikina Z. (eds) Integrating Engineering Education and Humanities for Global Intercultural Perspectives. IEEHGIP 2020. Springer. 1049-1056. [e-copy]
  • Miller, E. & Obelgoner, H. (2020) Effective but Limited: A Corpus Linguistic Analysis of the Original Public Meaning of Executive Power, Georgia State University Law Review 36(5). [e-copy]
  • Nartey, N. (2020) The discourse of Nkrumaism: A corpus-informed study. In Yang, B. (ed.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourses. Springer Nature. 177-196.
  • Norberg, C. & Johansson, M. (2020) Women and “ideal” women: The representation of women in the construction industry. Gender Issues. [e-copy]
  • Ren, H., Wood, M., Cunningham, C. D., Abbady, N., Römer, U., Kuhn, H. & Egbery, J. (2020) “Questions Involving National Peace and Harmony” or “Injured Plaintiff Litigation”? The Original Meaning of “Cases” in Article III of the Constitution, Georgia State University Law Review 36(5). [e-copy]
  • Stout, A., Coetzee, D. & Römer, U. (2020) “We the Citizens?”: A Corpus Linguistic Inquiry into the Use of “People” and “Citizens” in the Founding Era, Georgia State University Law Review 36(5). [e-copy]
  • Su, H. (2020) Synergising Corpus, Functional and cultural approaches to Critical Discourse Studies: A case study of the discursive representation of Chinese Dream. In Yang, B. (ed.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourses. Springer Nature. 157-175.
  • Taylor, C.(2020) Representing the Windrush generation: metaphor in discourses then and now, Critical Discourse Studies, 17(1), 1-21. DOI:1080/17405904.2018.1554535
  • Thompson, P. & Hunston, S. (2020) Interdisciplinary Research Discourse: Corpus Investigations into Environment Journals. Oxford: Routledge.
  • Viera, C., & Williams, S. A. (2020). Corpus analysis of engagement discourse strategies in academic presentations. Research in Corpus Linguistics8(1), 105-130. [e-copy]
  • Visser, J., Konat, B., Duthie, R., Koszowy, M., Budzynska, K. & Reed, C. (2020) Argumentation in the 2016 US presidential elections: annotated corpora of television debates and social media reaction. Language Resources & Evaluation, 54, 123–154. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10579-019-09446-8
  • Weigand, J. (2020) Intégrer des méthodologies pour étudier le discours de la presse sur les réfugiés. Linx, 13,  [online]
  • Yang, W. (2020) A keyword analysis of stance and engagement in Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Presentations. GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, 20(2). [e-copy]
  • Yang, Y. (2020) Engagement resources in Chinese college students’ argumentative writings. In Yang, B. (ed.) Corpus-based Approaches to Grammar, Media and Health Discourses. Springer Nature. 251-281.

Forthcoming / In Press

  • Ajšić, A. (2021). Capturing Herder: A three-step approach to identification of language ideologies using corpus linguistics and critical discourse analysis. Corpora, 16(1).
  • Carr, G. (in press). ‘Is this normal?’: Examining sex education in a corpus of magazine advice columns. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, special issue on Corpus linguistic approaches to education in Australia. (expected online in May 2020, in print in June/July 2020).
  • Fitzgerald, S. (in press). “There’s only one pot of money it can come from”: A corpus based analysis of the International Baccalaureate in Canada’s provinces. Canadian Journal of Education.
  • Huan, C. & Guan, X. (in press). Sketching landscapes in discourse analysis (1978–2018): A bibliometric study. Discourse Studies. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461445620928814 [e-copy]
  • Vessey R. (In Press) Language ideologies in social media: The case of Pastagate. Journal of Language and Politics, 15(2).
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