Directions in Corpus Linguistics: Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 82, Stockholm, 4-8 August 1991

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Walter de Gruyter, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 487 pages

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page 63 on the sytactic comparisons of contr studies

Contents

Language corpora B C
17
Corpus linguistics or Computeraided armchair linguistics
35
The corpus as a theo
61
The importance of corpus linguistics to understanding the nature
79
Comments by Christian Mair
98
Comments by Bengt Sigurd
123
Comments by Gösta Bruce
145
Modern Swedish text corpora
149
Comments by Bengt Altenberg
253
Comments by Donald Hindle
308
Comments by Stig Johansson
332
Comments by Göran Kjellmer
374
Comments by Fred Karlsson
398
Comments by Magnus Ljung
421
Comments by Benny Brodda
448
On corpus principles and design
457

Comments by Gunnel Engwall
164
Comments by Jan Aarts
180
Comments by Gunnel Tottie
206
Afterword
471
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