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  • Language and Conflict: Arguing for Interdisciplinarity and Usefulness

    The paper consists of two parts. Part 1 concerns the benefits of interdisciplinary research, and it concludes with a philosophical section in which the question is raised of what kinds of linguistic research can be seen as socially valid. In Part 2, I discuss my own recent research, which I consider socially relevant. It includes two major topics: (1) language and conflict, and (2) folk linguistics. Under the heading of ‘language and conflict’, I have investigated some of the ways language ca...

    From Babylon to Bergen: On the usefulness of aligned texts

    After outlining a short and select history of (the usefulness of) parallel texts and alignment, this paper presents a case study where the point of departure is a Norwegian text extract aligned against its translations into seven different target languages, using the Translation Corpus Aligner, originally developed by Knut Hofland. Our main concern is cases where there is not a one-to-one correspondence at sentence level between original (source) and translation ...

    A corpus-based study of English loanwords on ‑ing in Russian (2000-2011)

    Until recently, large corpora of Russian had been lacking. This changed with the development of the Russian National Corpus (RNC) and the appearance of Integrum, a large commercial database that has shown to be a valuable tool for linguistic studies.             We have used both corpora to study the actual use of recent loanwords in Russian that have their origin in English ‑ing forms, such as re...

    Recent developments in Norwegian corpus lexicography

    This paper gives an account of recent efforts within corpus-based lexicography in Norway. I explore the lexical neology database that has been developed in the Norwegian Newspaper Corpus project (Andersen and Hofland 2012). The aim of the paper is to show how this resource has been used for practical lexicographical work in two dictionary projects representing the Nynorsk and Bokmål/Riksmål varieties of Norwegian, respectively. Keywords: lexicog...
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