Corpus Linguistics and Modern Hebrew: Towards the Compilation of The Corpus of Spoken Israeli Hebrew (CoSIH)
Benjamin H. Hary
Tel Aviv University, Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies, 2003 - Hebrew language - 241 pages
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analysis Ashkenazi assimilation Bank of English Base Gloss Ben-Rafael Bolozky cells choices clauses Cobuild colloquial compilation consonant contextual combinations corpora Corpus Linguistics Corpus of Spoken CoSIH CoSPA Creole creolization criteria data collection demographic and contextual dominant culture emergence English ethnic ethnolects example grammar Hary Hebrew Computational Linguistics Hebrew Language immigrants Israel Israeli Arabs Israeli society Izre'el Jerusalem Jewish Jews Judeo-Arabic LeSonenu lexical lexis main corpus marker matrix meaning million words Mizrahi Modern Hebrew syntax moshav native speakers Palestine Palestinian patterns phonological phrase Pidgin population Rahav random sampling realized recorded relexification representative resident Romema Russian segments selected semantic Semitic Semitic languages Sephardi Shlomo Shohamy social sociolinguistic sociological sonority speech speech segments spoken Hebrew Spoken Israeli Hebrew spoken language Spolsky statistical structure studies suffix syllable syntactic syntagmatic tags transcription ultra-Orthodox variables variation vernacular vowel written Yiddish