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Routledge Applied Linguistics Series

Editors: Christopher N. Candlin and Ronald Carter

Corpus-based Language Studies: An Advanced Resource Book

Tony McEnery, Lancaster University, UK

Richard Xiao, Lancaster University, UK

Yukio Tono, Meikai University, Japan

Publisher: Routledge, London

Publication Date: 16 Dec 2005

ISBN: 0415286220 (Hardbound); 0415286239 (Paperback)

Price: GBP65/USD105 (Hardbound); GBP20.99/USD33.95 (Paperback)

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'This book is by far the most comprehensive introduction to corpus linguistics published to date. It is essentially three books in one: 1) a conceptual overview of analytical issues, techniques, and findings; 2) a collection of key articles published to date; 3) and a set of case studies that fully illustrate the most important analytical and design issues. I will certainly be using the book as a required text in my own courses.'

- Douglas Biber, Regents' Professor of Applied Linguistics, Northern Arizona University

Here are some reviews of the book.

Review by Robin Straaijer, Language and Literature 18(4): 394-396.

Review by Bernard de Clerck, ICAME Journal (32): 272-278.

Review by May L-Y Wong, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 11(4): 506-509.

Review by Gerlinde Mautner, Language in Society 37(3): 455-458.

Review by Tom Cobb, The Canadian Modern Language Review 64(3): 423539.

 


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