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Journal Title: Lingvisticae Investigationes
Volume/Issue:   35/2
Issue Title: SMS Communication: A Linguistic Approach
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2012. viii, 261 pp.

Table of Contents

Foreword
David Crystal 153 – 154

Introduction
Louise-Amélie Cougnon and Cédrick Fairon 155 – 162

Articles

Seek&Hide: Anonymising a French SMS corpus using natural language processing techniques
Pierre Accorsi, Namrata Patel, Cédric Lopez, Rachel Panckhurst and Mathieu Roche
163 – 180

SMS experience and textisms in young adolescents: Presentation of a longitudinally collected corpus
Josie Bernicot, Olga Volckaert-Legrier, Antonine Goumi and Alain Bert-Erboul
181 – 198

Automatic or Controlled Writing?: The Effect of a Dual Task on SMS Writing in Novice and Expert Adolescents
Céline Combes, Olga Volckaert-Legrier and Pierre Largy 199 – 217

Development of SMS language from 2000 to 2010: A comparison of two corpora
Úrsula Kirsten-Torrado 218 – 236

Texto4Science: A Quebec French database of annotated text messages
Philippe Langlais and Patrick Drouin 237 – 259

SMS communication as plurilingual communication: Hybrid language use as a challenge for classical code-switching categories
Étienne Morel, Claudia Bucher, Simona Pekarek-Doehler and Beat Siebenhaar 260 – 288

French text messages: From SMS data collection to preliminary analysis
Rachel Panckhurst and Claudine Moïse 289 – 317

A sociolinguistic analysis of transnational SMS practices: Non-elite multilingualism, grassroots literacy and social agency among migrant populations in Barcelona
Maria Sabaté i Dalmau 318 – 340

Negation marking in French text messages
Elisabeth Stark 341 – 366

“i didn’t spel that wrong did i. Oops”: Analysis and normalisation of SMS spelling variation
Caroline Tagg, Alistair Baron and Paul Rayson 367 – 388

Lol, mdr and ptdr : An inclusive and gradual approach to discourse markers
Deniz Uygur-Distexhe 389 – 413
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): French
 
LL Issue: 24.2090