By Karen P. Corrigan, Adam Mearns
This ebook unites a number techniques to the gathering and digitization of various language corpora. Its particular concentration is on top practices pointed out within the exploitation of those assets in landmark influence projects throughout diversified elements of the globe. the advance of more and more available electronic corpora has coincided with advancements within the criteria governing the gathering, encoding and archiving of ‘Big Data’. much less cognizance has been paid to the significance of constructing criteria for enriching and maintaining different sorts of corpus information, reminiscent of that which captures the nuances of nearby dialects, for instance. This ebook takes those top practices one other breakthrough by way of addressing cutting edge equipment for boosting and exploiting really expert corpora in order that they turn into obtainable to wider audiences past the academy.
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Instead, they have primarily been built as professional development tools for secondary (high) schoolteachers in the case of Chap. 10 or for lecturers in higher education (Chap. 11). Chapters 9 and 12 also focus on corpora that have the potential to be exploited in workplace training though the contexts are quite different. The databases in Chap. 9 have important real-world applications for improving the knowledge base of translators and interpreters involved in Language Analysis for the Determination of Origin (LADO) procedures that feed into the legal cases of asylum seekers.
Cameron, Deborah, Elizabeth Frazer, Penelope Harvey, Ben Rampton, and Kay Richardson. 1997. Ethics, advocacy and empowerment in researching language. In Sociolinguistics, eds. Nikolas Coupland, and Adam Jaworski, 145– 162. Houndmills: Macmillan. ) Childs, Becky, Gerard van Herk, and Jennifer Thorburn. 2011. Safe harbour: ethics and accessibility in sociolinguistic corpus building. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 7(1): 163–180. Choudrie, Jyoti, Susan Grey, and Nicholas Tsitsianis. 2010.
Mearns companion volume, for their helpful feedback from inception to completion; other staff at Palgrave Macmillan for their patience with our many technical queries; Claire Childs and Christine Wallis for their assistance with formatting and indexing; the organizing and scientific committees of the Methods in Dialectology XIV conference at the University of Western Ontario and Corpora Galore 2011 at Newcastle University. Thanks are also due of course to our anonymous reviewers who submitted the conference papers and the chapters in this volume to critical scrutiny.