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Journal Title: Journal of French Language Studies
Volume/Issue:   18/1
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: Préface: Le français à la lumière des corpus
by Jacques Durand
pp 1-2

Annotating an oral corpus using the Text Encoding Initiative. Methodology, problems, solutions
by Janice Carruthers
pp 103-119

Tool-assisted analysis of interactional corpora: voilà in the CLAPI database
by Michel Bert, Sylvie Bruxelles, Carole Etienne, Lorenza M. Mondada, Véronique Traverso
pp 121-145

Pour une phonologie de corpus
by Bernard Laks
pp 3-32

French liaison in the light of corpus data
by Jacques Durand, Chantal Lyche
pp 33-66

Extensive data for morphology: using the World Wide Web
by Nabil Hathout, Fabio Montermini, Ludovic Tanguy
pp 67-85

Exploiter des corpus annotés syntaxiquement pour observer le continuum entre arguments et circonstants
by Cécile Fabre, Didier Bourigault
pp 87-102

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Text/Corpus Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 19.789