LINGUIST List 9.960

Fri Jun 26 1998

Books: Corpus Linguistics

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  1. Bernadette Martinez-Keck, New Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics

Message 1: New Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics

Date: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 10:05:45 -0400
From: Bernadette Martinez-Keck <berniebenjamins.com>
Subject: New Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics

John Benjamins Publishing would like to call your attention to a new
series;

STUDIES IN CORPUS LINGUISTICS

STUDIES IN CORPUS LINGUISTICS aims to provide insights into
the way a corpus can be used, the type of findings that can be obtained,
the possible applications of these findings as well as the theoretical
changes that corpus work can bring into linguistics and language
engineering. The main concern of SCL will be to present findings based
on, or related to, the cumulative effect of naturally occurring language
and on the interpretation of frequency and distributional data. 


General Editor: Elena Tognini-Bonelli

Consulting Editor: Wolfgang Teubert


TERMS IN CONTEXT

Jennifer Pearson

1998 xii, 246 pp. Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 1

US/Canada: Cloth: 1 55619 342 4 Price: US$69.00

Rest of the world: Cloth: 90 272 2269 X Price: NLG 138

John Benjamins Publishing web site: http://www.benjamins.com

For further information via e-mail: servicebenjamins.com

Terms in Context applies the methodology that has been developed over the
last two decades in corpus linguistics to the relatively new and still
little developed field of corpus-based terminography. While corpora are
already being used by some terminologists fro the identification of terms
and retrieval of contextual fragments, his book describes the first
attempt to use corpora for terminography in much the same way as large
general reference corpora are already being used for general language
lexicography.

The author goes beyond the standard problem of identifying terms, as
opposed to non-terminological lexical items in text and focuses on
identifying metalanguage patterns which point to the presence in text of
(parts of) reusable definitions of terms. The author examines these and
shows how the information which they contain can be retrieved and used as
input for terminological entries.







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Bernadette Martinez-Keck Tel: (215) 836-1200

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Philadelphia PA 19118-0519 


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