|aThe Routledge handbook of corpus linguistics /|cedited by Anne O'Keeffe and Michael McCarthy.
|aHandbook of corpus linguistics
|axxviii, 682 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm.
|aRoutledge handbooks in applied linguistics
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aHistorical perspective: What are corpora and how have they evolved? / Michael J. McCarthy and Anne O'Keeffe -- Theoretical overview of the evolution of Corpus Linguistics / Elena Tognini Bonelli -- Building a corpus: What are the key considerations? / Randi Reppen -- Building a spoken corpus: What are the basics? / Svenja Adolphs and Dawn Knight -- Building a written corpus: What are the basics? / Mike Nelson -- Building small specialised corpora / Almut Koester -- Building a corpus to represent a variety of a language / Brian Clancy -- Building a specialised audio-visual corpus / Paul Thompson -- What corpora are available? / David Y.W. Lee -- What are the basics of analysing a corpus? / Jane Evison -- What can corpus software do? / Mike Scott -- How can a corpus be used to explore patterns? / Susan Hunston -- What are concordances and how are they used? / Christopher Tribble -- What can corpus software reveal about language development? / Xiaofei Lu -- What can a corpus tell us about lexis? / Rosamund Moon -- What can a corpus tell us about multi-word units? / Chris Greaves and Martin Warren -- What can a corpus tell us about grammar? / Susan Conrad -- What can a corpus tell us about registers? / Doug Biber -- What can a corpus tell us about specialist genres? / Mike Handford -- What can a corpus tell us about discourse? / Scott Thornbury -- What can a corpus tell us about pragmatics? / Christoph Rühlemann -- What can a corpus tell us about creativity? / Thuc Anh Vo and Ronald Carter -- What can a corpus tell us about language teaching? / Winnie Cheng -- What features of spoken and written corpora can be exploited in creating language teaching materials and syllabuses? / Steve Walsh -- What is Data-Driven Learning? / Angela Chambers -- How can Data-Driven Learning be used in language teaching? / Gaëtanelle Gilquin and Sylviane Granger -- How can we prepare learners for using language corpora? / Passapong Sripicharn -- What a corpus tell us about vocabulary teaching materials? / Martha Jones and Philip Durrant -- What a corpus tells us about grammar teaching materials? / Rebecca Hughes -- Corpus-informed course book design / Jeanne McCarten -- Using corpora to write dictionaries / Elizabeth Walter -- Using corpora to design writing materials / Lynne Flowerdew -- What can corpora tell us about English for Academic Purposes? / Averil Coxhead -- How can teachers use a corpus for their own research? / Elaine Vaughan -- What are parallel and comparative corpora and how can we use them? / Marie Madeleine Kenning -- How can corpora help in translation? / Natalie Kübler and Guy Aston -- How can corpora be used to explore the language of poetry and drama? / Daniel McIntyre and Brian Walker -- How can corpora be used to explore literary speech representation? / Carolina P. Amador Moreno -- How to use corpus linguistics in Sociolinguistics? / Gisle Andersen -- How to use corpus linguistics in the study of Media Discourse? / Kieran O'Halloran -- How to use corpus linguistics in Forensic Linguistics? / Janet Cotterill -- How to use corpus linguistics in the study of political discourse? / Annelie Ädel -- How to use corpus linguistics in the study of health communication? / Sarah Atkins and Kevin Harvey -- How can corpora be used in teacher education? / Fiona Farr -- How can corpora be used in language testing? / Fiona Barker.