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Applied Corpus Linguistics

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Applied Corpus Linguistics is a new, international peer-reviewed journal for the dissemination of research that reports or supports the applications of corpus linguistics methods, theories, applications, techniques and tools to a wide variety of real-world contexts.

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Voice Quality

By John H. Esling, Scott R. Moisik, Allison Benner, Lise Crevier-Buchman

Voice Quality "The first description of voice quality production in forty years, this book provides a new framework for its study: The Laryngeal Articulator Model. Informed by instrumental examinations of the laryngeal articulatory mechanism, it revises our understanding of articulatory postures to explain the actions, vibrations and resonances generated in the epilarynx and pharynx."

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Let's Talk

By David Crystal

Let's Talk "Explores the factors that motivate so many different kinds of talk and reveals the rules we use unconsciously, even in the most routine exchanges of everyday conversation."

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Browse Dissertation Abstracts

There are 41 dissertation abstracts for titles starting with W

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Dissertation Title [W] Author Date Posted Asc/Desc
Word Order and Clitics in Bulgarian Tania Avgustinova 13-Sep-2001
Wh-exclamatives in Catalan Elena Castroviejo 08-Feb-2007
Wh-Fronting in Chinese Candice Chi-Hang Cheung 22-Aug-2008
Written Language and Intonation. Theme in written language Francois Dausse 03-Aug-2004
Word Sense Disambiguation within a Multilingual Framework Mona Talat Diab 20-Apr-2004
Webliteralität - Lesen und Schreiben im World Wide Web Joerg Dieter 29-Apr-2007
Widespread but Not Universal: Improving the typological coverage of the grammar matrix Scott Drellishak 16-Oct-2009
Wörterbuchinterpretation: Integrative Lexikographie, am Beispiel des Guaraní/Interpretation of Dictionaries: Integrational lexicography, with special reference to Guaraní Sebastian Drude 11-Dec-2008
Who Does This Language Belong To? Language Claim and Identity Formation in the Hebrew Language Class Dr. Avital Feuer 13-Feb-2007
Where and When: Positional and Functional Conventions for Sequences of Time and Space Adverbials in Present-day English Hilde Hasselgård 09-Aug-2001
What Type of Person am I, Tess?: The complex tale of self in psychotherapy Caroline Henderson-Brooks 14-Nov-2010
What is Nas?: Toward a theory of ethnolect in the south Slavic dialect continuum Viktoria S. Herson Finn 28-Sep-2001
What Does an Interruption Sound Like? Katherine Hilton 06-Nov-2018
Will The 'Real' Author Please Stand Up: The Performance of Authenticity by Mohsin Hamid, Junot Diaz, and Madeleine Thien Sreedhevi Iyer 20-Jan-2017
Wh-extraction and Locality in Greek George Kotzoglou 17-Dec-2005
When the Quiet Surfaces: ‘Transfer’ of argument omission in the speech of ASL-English bilinguals Elena V. Koulidobrova 14-Dec-2012
Word Sense Disambiguation for Large Text Databases Robert Krovetz 05-Sep-2001
Where There is Fire There is Smoke: Local modelling of successive-cyclic movement Antje Lahne 19-Jan-2009
Why We Teach 'ESL' Writing: A socio-historic discussion of an undergraduate ESL program Duane Leonard 22-Jul-2011
Weakening of Intervocalic /p, t, k/ in Two Spanish Dialects: Toward the quantification of lenition processes Anthony M Lewis 26-Mar-2002
Writing and Revising: Didactic and methodological implications of keystroke logging Eva Lindgren 12-May-2005
Weight, Final Lengthening and Stress: A phonetic and phonological case study of Norwegian Anya Lunden 01-Jun-2006
What's in a Word? Evidence for Phonosemantics Margaret H. Magnus 06-Sep-2001
Writing Conversation: An analysis of speech events in e-mail mailing lists Kirk McElhearn 06-Sep-2001
Working Between Cultures: Expatriates' management of the self through intercultural change Jennifer Munsie 02-Jun-2010
Word order and information structure in Romeyka: A syntax and semantics interface account of order in a minimalist system Nicolaos Neocleous 14-Apr-2020
Why Not Speak English?: An ethnographic approach of five Korean students' language use Chongwon Park 07-Sep-2001
What's in a dialogue? On the dynamics of meaning-making in English conversation Nele Põldvere 25-Sep-2019
Word-Prosodic Systems of Raja Ampat Languages Bert Remijsen 23-May-2002
What Moves Where When in Which Language? Norvin Richards 06-Sep-2001
Waves and Words: Oscillatory activity and language processing Dietmar Roehm 06-Jul-2007
What's Beat Got To Do With It?The Influence of Meter on Syntactic Processing: ERP evidence from healthy and patient populations Maren Schmidt-Kassow 19-Oct-2007
"We have such a normal, non-accented voice": A sociophonetic study of English in Kansas City Christopher Strelluf 03-Aug-2014
Wh-quantification in Vietnamese Thuan Tran 27-Nov-2009
Word Segmentation for Japanese and English Speakers: Language-Independent and Language-Dependent Cues Sayako Uehara 16-Sep-2019
Writing from Sources: Ethnographic insights into business news production Tom Van Hout 21-Apr-2010
Working Memory in Sentence Comprehension: Processing Hindi center embeddings Shravan Vasishth 07-Jun-2002
Wh-constructions and the division of labour between syntax and the interfaces Christos Vlachos 01-Aug-2012
Werkzeuge für Rechtsdatenbanken Leonhard A. Voltmer 09-Sep-2005
Word, Phrase, and Clitic Prosody in Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian Adam Werle 19-Aug-2009
When Synchrony Meets Diachrony: (Alveolo)Palatal Sound Patterns in Spanish and Other Romance Languages Andre Zampaulo 15-May-2013