Table of contents for Corpus linguistics : investigating language structure and use / Douglas Biber, Susan Conrad, Randi Reppen.


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Preface
1. Introduction: goals and methods of the corpus-based approach
Part I. Investigating the use of language features: 2. Lexicography
3. Grammar
4. Lexico-grammar
5. The study of discourse characteristics
Part II. Investigating the characteristics of varieties: 6. Register variation and English for special purposes
7. Language acquisition and development
8. Historical and stylistic investigations
Part III. Summing up and looking ahead: 9. Conclusion
Part IV. Methodology boxes: Appendix
Notes and suggestions for further reading
References
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Linguistics Research Methodology, Linguistic analysis (Linguistics) Computational linguistics