Corpus Linguistics 2013: Conference Programme



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Corpus Linguistics 2013: Conference Programme



WORKSHOP DAY (MONDAY 22nd JULY) – see separate programme(s)



DAY 1: TUESDAY 23rd JULY

9:00-11:00

Registration

Faraday Building Foyer



10:45-11:00

Opening of the conference

Faraday Lecture Theatre



11:00-12:00

Plenary session: Michael Hoey (with Matthew Brook O’Donnell)

The textual dimensions of Lexical Priming

Faraday Lecture Theatre

Chair: Tony McEnery


12:00-1:00

Discourse #1

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Marina Bondi


Stylistics

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Mike Scott


Grammar #1

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Stefan Evert


Lexis and lexicography #1

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Tony McEnery


Lan-fen Huang

A complementary approach to corpus study: a text-based exploration of the factors in the (non-)use of discourse markers

Jonathan Culpeper, Jane Demmen

Using lockwords to investigate similarities in Early Modern English drama by Shakespeare and other contemporaneous playwrights

Anna Čermáková, František Čermák

It was X that type of cleft sentences and their Czech equivalents in InterCorp



Petra Storjohann

Lexical, corpus-methodological and lexicographic approaches to paronyms

Matthew Peacock

Stance adverbials in research writing

Michaela Mahlberg, Kathy Conklin

Reading Dickens’s characters: investigating the cognitive reality of patterns in texts

Katrin Menzel

A corpus linguistic study of ellipsis as a cohesive device


Isabella Chiari

Basic vocabulary and absolute homonyms: a corpus-based evaluation



DAY 1: TUESDAY 23rd JULY (cont’d)

1:00-2:00

Lunch

County Dining Room / County Lecture Theatre



2:00-3:30

Discourse, Politics & Society #1

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Alison Johnson


Collocation #1

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Andrew Hardie


Grammar #2

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Geoffrey Sampson


Annotation #1

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Alistair Baron


Anna Marchi, Charlotte Taylor

Experimenting with objectivity in corpus and discourse studies: expectations about LGBT discourse and a game of mutual falsification and reflexivity

Matteo Di Cristofaro

Visualizing chunking and collocational networks: a graphical visualization of words’ networks

Olga Richterová

It is surprising: do participial adjectives after copular verbs form a special evaluative construction?



Eric Atwell

An open-access gold-standard multi-annotated corpus with huge user-base and impact: The Quran





Paul Baker

Triangulating levels of focus and the analysis of personal adverts on Craigslist

Václav Cvrček, Anna Čermáková, Lucie Chlumská, Renata Novotná, Olga Richterová

Context-based approach to collocations: the case of Czech

Antti Arppe, Dagmara Dowbor

Bridging lexical and constructional synonymy, and linguistic variants – the Passive and its auxiliary verbs in British and American English

Majdi Sawalha, Eric Atwell

Comparing morphological tag-sets for Arabic and English

Leanne Bartley, Encarnacion Hidalgo-Tenorio

The construction of otherness in the Public Domain: a CDA approach to the study of minorities in Ireland

Sabine Bartsch, Stefan Evert

Exploring the Firthian notion of collocation

Seth Mehl

Take a mirror and take a look: Reassessing usage of polysemic verbs with concrete and light senses


Oleksandr Kolomiyets, Marie-Francine Moens

MotionML: Motion Markup Language – a shallow approach for annotating motions in text

3:30-4:00

Tea break

Conference Centre Rooms 1 and 2





DAY 1: TUESDAY 23rd JULY (cont’d)

4:00-5:30

Discourse, Politics & Society #2

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Alan Partington


New Methods #1

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Hermann Moisl


Social variation

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: John Kirk


Second Language Acquisition

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Paul Rayson


Alison Duguid

Public apologies and press evaluations: a CADS approach

Stephen Jeaco

Hold on a minute; where does it say that?” - Calculating key section headings and other metadata for words and phrases



Vaclav Brezina

Individual and gender variation in spoken English: Exploring BNC 64

Ana Díaz-Negrillo, Cristóbal Lozano

Using learner corpus tools in second language acquisition research: the morpheme order studies revisited

Ersilia Incelli

Bridging genres in scientific dissemination : popularizing the ‘God particle’

Václav Cvrček, Masako Fidler

Not all keywords are created equal: How can we measure keyness?

Kazuko Fujimoto

Corpus frequency or the preference of dictionary editors and grammarians?: the negative and question forms of used to

Maha Alharthi

A corpus-based study for assessing the collocational competence in learner production across proficiency levels

Kat Gupta

A triangulated approach to media representations of the British women's suffrage movement


Neil Millar

Student perceptions of university instructors: A multi-dimensional analysis of free-text comments on RateMyProfessors.com

May L-Y Wong

Code-mixing: exploring indigenous words in ICE-HK

Akira Murakami

Longitudinal development of L2 English grammatical morphemes: A clustering approach

7:00-

ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science: launch event

(wine reception, followed by dinner)

LICA Building





DAY 2: WEDNESDAY 24th JULY

9:00-10:00

Cognitive linguistics

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: František Čermák


New methods #2

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Adam Kilgarriff


Corpus construction #2

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Vaclav Brezina


Learner corpora #1

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Serge Sharoff


John Hanhong Li

The correlation between lexical core index, age-of-acquisition, familiarity and imageability

Geoffrey Sampson

The empirical trend: ten years on

Stephen Wattam, Paul Rayson, Damon Berridge

Using life-logging to re-imagine representativeness in corpus design

Richard Xiao, Yan Cao

A multidimensional contrastive move analysis of native and nonnative English abstracts

Michael Barlow

Exemplar theory and patterns of production

Stefan Th. Gries

The role of phonological similarity and collocational attraction in lexically-specified patterns

Sally Hunt, Richard Bowker

SAE11: a new member of the family

Yukio Tono

Criterial feature” extraction from CEFR-based corpora: Methods and techniques



10:00-11:00

Plenary session: Guy Cook

Taking a Language to Pieces: art, science, technology

Faraday Lecture Theatre

Chair: Greg Myers


11:00-11:30

Tea break

Conference Centre Rooms 1 and 2



11:30-1:00

Discourse, Politics & Society #3

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: John Flowerdew


Lexis & Lexicography #2

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Ramesh Krishnamurthy


New methods #3

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Stefan Gries


EAP #1

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Lynne Flowerdew


Maria Cristina Nisco

Reporting the 2011 London riots: a corpus-based discourse analysis of agency and participants

Ian Lancashire, Elisa Tersigni

Early Modern English vocabulary growth

Stefan Evert, Gerold Schneider, Hans Martin Lehmann

Statistical modelling of natural language for descriptive linguistics

Katrien Deroey

Anyway, the point I'm making is: relevance marking in lectures

Tony McEnery, Amanda Potts, Richard Xiao

Is there a reputational benefit to hosting the Olympics and Paralympics? A corpus-based investigation

Adam Kilgarriff, Carole Tiberius

Genre in a frequency dictionary

Hermann Moisl

Hierarchical cluster analysis of nonlinear linguistic data

Naouel Toumi

Reflexivity of high explicitness metatext in L1 and FL research articles from the Soft and Hard Sciences: A corpus-based study

Matteo Fuoli

Negotiating TRUST during a corporate crisis: a corpus-assisted discourse analysis of BP’s public letters after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill

Xu Huanrong, Hou Fuli

The metaphoricity of fish: implications for part-of-speech and metaphor

Deng Yaochen, Feng Zhiwei

A corpus-based study on the relationship between word length and word frequency in Chinese






DAY 2: WEDNESDAY 24th JULY (cont’d)

1:00-2:00

Lunch

County Dining Room / County Lecture Theatre



2:00-3:30

Discourse, Politics & Society #4

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Alon Lischinsky


Pragmatics

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Jonathan Culpeper


Collocation #2

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Andrew Hardie


Contrastive linguistics

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Michael Barlow


Monika Bednarek

Integrating visual analysis into corpus linguistic research

Claire Hardaker

Obvious trolls will just get you banned”: Trolling versus corpus linguistics



Andreas Buerki

Automatically identifying instances of change in diachronic corpus data

Jiajin Xu, Lu Lu

The structural and semantic analysis of the English translation of Chinese light verb constructions: A parallel corpus-based study

Baramee Kheovichai

Collocation analysis and marketized university recruitment discourse

Barry Pennock-Speck, Miguel Fuster-Márquez

A pragmatic analysis of imperatives in voice-overs from a corpus of British TV ads

Věra Schmiedtová

Comparing collocations in the totalitarian language of the former Czechoslovakia with the language of the democratic period.

Michaela Martinková

Have – causative, or experiential? A parallel corpus-based study



Alison Sealey

The discursive representation of animals

Carolina P. Amador Moreno, Kevin McCafferty

Sure he has been talking about coming for the last year or two”: the Corpus of Irish English Correspondence and the use of discourse markers



Benet Vincent

Semantic sequences and the V wh pattern: communicating sequences

Janusz Taborek

Verbs with a sentential subject: A corpus-based study of German and Polish verbs

3:30-4:00

Tea break

Conference Centre Rooms 1 and 2





DAY 2: WEDNESDAY 24th JULY (cont’d)

4:00-5:30

Discourse, Politics & Society #5

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Alison Duguid


Forensic linguistics

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Claire Hardaker


Terminology

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Václav Cvrček


EAP #2

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Yukio Tono


José Santaemilia, Sergio Maruenda

Identifying discourse(s) and constructing evaluative meaning in a gender-related corpus (GENTEXT-N)

David Wright

Using corpora in forensic authorship analysis: Investigating idiolect in Enron emails

Antonio Moreno-Sandoval, Leonardo Campillos Llanos, Alicia González Martínez, José M. Guirao Miras

An affix-based method for automatic term recognition from a medical corpus of Spanish

Menikpura Devage Shantha Sisira Kumara

Use of dedicated multimodal corpora for curriculum implications of EAP/ESP programs in ESL settings

Rosa Escanes Sierra

Using reference corpora for discourse analysis research: the case of class

Millicent Murdoch

Exploring intra-author variation across different modes of electronic communication using the FITTE corpus

Anne-Kathrin Schumann

Linguistic means of knowledge transfer through knowledge-rich contexts in Russian and German

Carmen Gregori-Signes, Begoña Clavel-Arroitia

Lexical density in writing assignments by university first year students







Alison Johnson

Rape, madness, and quoted speech in specialized 18th and 19th century Old Bailey trial corpora

Sabrina Matuda, Rozane Rebechi, Sandra Navarro

Corpus-driven terminology and cultural aspects: studies in the areas of football, cooking and hotels

Hilary Nesi

Citation in student assignments: a corpus-driven investigation

7:00-

Dinner

County Dining Room / County Lecture Theatre





DAY 3: THURSDAY 25th JULY

9:00-10:00

Search tools

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Martin Wynne


Collocation #3

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Patrick Hanks


New media genres

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Amanda Potts


Annotation #2

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Paul Rayson


Laurence Anthony

Developing AntConc for a new generation of corpus linguists

Katie Patterson

The identification of metaphor using corpus methods: Can a re-classification of metaphoric language help our understanding of metaphor usage and comprehension?

Fiona M. Douglas

Scots online: Linguistic practices of a distinctive message forum

Débora Beatriz de Jesus Martins, Lucas Vinicius Avanço, Maria das Graças Volpe Nunes, Helena de Medeiros Caseli

Annotating translation errors in Brazilian Portuguese automatically translated sentences: first step to automatic post-edition

Piotr Bański, Elena Frick, Michael Hanl, Marc Kupietz, Carsten Schnober, Andreas Witt

Robust corpus architecture: a new look at virtual collections and data access

Gill Philip

A defence of semantic preference

Andrew Kehoe, Matt Gee

Reader comments on online news articles: a corpus-based analysis

Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski, Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb, Hannah Kermes, Elke Teich

Procedures for automatic corpus enrichment with abstract linguistic categories

10:00-11:00

Plenary session: Karin Aijmer

What can translations tell us about ongoing semantic changes? The case of must

Faraday Lecture Theatre

Chair: Geoffrey Leech


11:00-11:30

Tea break

Conference Centre Rooms 1 and 2





DAY 3: THURSDAY 25th JULY (cont’d)

11:30-1:00

Discourse, Politics & Society #6

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Andrew Kehoe


Register variation

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Paul Baker


Corpus construction #3

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Scott Piao


Psycholinguistics

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Neil Millar


Amanda Potts

Automated semantic categorisation of collocates to identify salient domains: A corpus-based critical discourse analysis of naming strategies for people with HIV/AIDS

Łukasz Grabowski

Keywords, lexical bundles and phrase frames across English pharmaceutical text types: A corpus-driven study of register variation

Li Wenzhong

China English Corpus construction on an open corpus platform

Israela Becker

A corpus-based study of the Non-Obligatory Suppression Hypothesis (of Concepts in the Scope of Negation)

Alan Partington

Intimations of Spring? Political and media coverage – and non-coverage – of the Arab uprisings, and how corpus linguistics can speak to “absences”

Dora Zeping Huang

Lexical bundles in private dialogues and public dialogues: A comparative study of English varieties

Miloš Jakubícek, Adam Kilgarriff, Vojtech Kovár, Pavel Rychlý, Vit Suchomel

The TenTen Corpus Family

Laura Louise Paterson

Using corpus data to calculate a rote-learning threshold for personal pronouns: You as a target for They and He




Jane Johnson

Family in the UK - risks, threats and dangers: a modern diachronic corpus-assisted study across two genres

Ines Rehbein, Josef Ruppenhofer

Investigating orality in speech, writing, and in between

Albert Gatt, Slavomír Céplö

Digital corpora and other electronic resources for Maltese

Cathy Lonngren-Sampaio

Using quantitative measures to investigate the relative roles of languages participating in code-switched utterances

1:00-2:00

Lunch

County Dining Room / County Lecture Theatre





DAY 3: THURSDAY 25th JULY (cont’d)

2:00-3:30

Discourse, Politics & Society #7

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Gill Philip


New methods #3

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Laurence Anthony


ELT #1

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Vincent Ooi


Grammar #3

Cavendish Colloquium Room

Chair: Eva Hajičová


Alon Lischinsky

What is the environment doing in my report?’ Analysing the environment-as-stakeholder thesis through corpus linguistics



Paul Rayson, Andrew Hardie, Veronika Koller, Sheila Payne, Elena Semino, Zsófia Demjén, Matt Gee, Andrew Kehoe

Linking qualitative and quantitative analysis of metaphor in end-of-life care

Fujiwara Yasuhiro

Discourse characteristics of English in news articles written by Japanese journalists: ‘Positive’ or ‘negative’?

Veronika Kolárová

Czech nouns derived from verbs with an objective genitive: Their contribution to the theory of valency

Rachelle Vessey

Instrumental and integrative approaches to language in Canada: A cross-linguistic corpus-assisted discourse study of Canadian language ideologies

Maocheng Liang

Sparing a free hand: context-based automatic categorisation of concordance lines

Maggie Charles

The power of personal corpora: Students’ discoveries using a do-it-yourself resource

Svetlana Gorokhova

The role of the speaker’s linguistic experience in the production of grammatical agreement: A corpus-based study of Russian speech errors

Karen Donnelly

Risk, chance, hope – the lexis of possible outcomes and infertility

Ian Gregory, Alistair Baron, Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Andrew Hardie, Paul Rayson

Geographical Text Analysis: Mapping and spatially analysing corpora

Duygu Çandarli, Yasemin Bayyurt, Leyla Marti

Reader engagement in Turkish EFL students’ argumentative essays

Costas Gabrielatos

Using corpus analysis to compare the explanatory power of linguistic theories: A case study of the modal load in if-conditionals

3:30-5:30

Tea break, followed by

Poster session

Conference Centre Rooms 1 and 2



7:30-

Conference Gala Dinner

The Great Hall





DAY 4: FRIDAY 26th JULY

9:00-10:00

Discourse, Politics & Society #8

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Matthew Peacock


ELT #2

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Richard Xiao


Annotation #3

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Eric Atwell


Wang Fang

The role of corpus linguistics in social constructionist discourse analysis

Dick Kaisheng Huang

Lexical bundles performed by Chinese EFL learners: From quantity to quality analysis

Jana Sindlerová, Katerina Veselovská

Building a corpus of evaluative sentences in multiple domains

Sylvia Jaworska

Imagining the Other: corpus-based explorations into the constructions of otherness in the discourse of tourism

Lynne Flowerdew

Corpus linguistics and English for Specific Purposes: Which unit for linguistic analysis?

Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski, Kerstin Anna Kunz

Detecting cohesion: semi-automatic annotation procedures

10:00-11:00

Plenary session: Ute Römer

No corpus linguist is an island: Collaborative and cross-disciplinary work in researching phraseology

Faraday Lecture Theatre

Chair: Susan Hunston


11:00-11:30

Tea break

Conference Centre Rooms 1 and 2



11:30-1:00

Discourse #2

Frankland Lecture Theatre

Chair: Hilary Nesi


Literary texts

Cavendish Lecture Theatre

Chair: Fiona Douglas


Learner corpora #2

Frankland Colloquium Room

Chair: Costas Gabrielatos


Suxiang Yang

The search for units of meaning in terms of corpus linguistics: The case of collocational framework “the * of”

Jennifer Fest, Stella Neumann

Literature and statistics – a corpus-based study of endings in short stories

Vincent B Y Ooi

Semantically profiling and word sketching the Singapore ICNALE Corpus

Jingjie Li, Wenjie Hu

Phraseological discourse actors in English academic texts

Dimitrios Kokkinakis, Mats Malm

A macroanalytic view of Swedish literature using topic modeling

Du Peng

Linking adverbials in the academic writing of Chinese learners: a corpus-based comparison

Stefania Maci

The results demonstrate that …”. A corpus-based analysis of evaluative that-clauses in medical posters.



Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Ian Gregory, David Cooper, Christopher Donaldson, Alistair Baron, Andrew Hardie, Paul Rayson

Integrating corpus linguistics and spatial technologies for the analysis of literature




1:00-2:00

Lunch

County Dining Room / County Lecture Theatre



2:00-2:15

Close of conference

Faraday Lecture Theatre






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