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Routledge Applied Corpus Linguistics

About the Series

The Routledge Applied Corpus Linguistics Series is a series of monograph studies exhibiting cutting-edge research in the field of corpus linguistics.

Corpus linguistics is one of the most dynamic and rapidly developing areas of the field of language studies and it is difficult to see a future for empirical language research where results are not replicable by reference to corpus data. The aim of the series is to showcase the latest research in the field of applied language studies where corpus findings are at the forefront of the research.

This series was co-founded by Ronald Carter (1947-2018).

If you are interested in contributing to this series, please contact the Series Editors, Michael McCarthy and Anne O’Keeffe ([email protected]).


14 Series Titles

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Successful Spoken English Findings from Learner Corpora

Successful Spoken English: Findings from Learner Corpora

1st Edition

By Christian Jones, Shelley Byrne, Nicola Halenko
August 14, 2017

Successful Spoken English demonstrates how spoken learner corpora can be used to define and explore the constituents of successful spoken English. Taking the approach that language learners can speak effectively whilst still using some non-standard forms, this book: Examines databases of ...

Language, Corpus and Empowerment Applications to deaf education, healthcare and online discourses

Language, Corpus and Empowerment: Applications to deaf education, healthcare and online discourses

1st Edition

By Luke Collins
February 26, 2015

Language, Corpus and Empowerment applies a novel corpus-driven approach to the exploration of the concept of empowerment in healthcare. The book proposes an innovative corpus-based methodology for finding evidence of empowerment in language use, using data from a video intervention delivered to ...

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