Studies in English Language History in Honour of Leiv Egil Breivik
Edited By Kari Haugland, Kevin McCafferty and Kristian A. Rusten
The essays are all empirical studies, based on a wide range of corpora (both historical and contemporary) and applying theoretical approaches informed by Systemic-Functional Grammar, grammaticalization theory, dependency grammar, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics and corpus linguistic methods. Issues of methodology, statistics and corpus construction and annotation are also addressed in several contributions.
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DR GRAEME DAVIS, Research Fellow in the Department of English, University of Buckingham, UK, and Associate Lecturer, the Open University, UK, and
KARL A. BERNHARDT, Research Fellow in the Department of English, University of Buckingham, UK, and
DR MARK GARNER, Director, Centre for Language Assessment Research, University of Roehampton.
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