Discovering clines of variation: the location and analysis of non-canonical forms in general reference corpora

Philip, Gill (2005) Discovering clines of variation: the location and analysis of non-canonical forms in general reference corpora. In: PHRASEOLOGY 2005 The many faces of Phraseology. An interdisciplinary conference, 13-15 ottobre 2005, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgio.
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Abstract

As phraseology moves ever more into the mainstream of corpus linguistics research, it is no longer acceptable to limit the language studied to canonical, dictionary citation forms. But how can others be retrieved, when precise forms they take are not known? This paper sets out some general principles for retrieving non-canonical examples, using collocational frameworks, and expands upon the utility of analysing the innovative alongside the ordinary.

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Philip, Gill
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categorisation, fixedness, units of meaning, variation, word-play
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12 Set 2005
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