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Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies
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  • A corpus-based study of English loanwords on ‑ing in Russian (2000-2011)

    Benedikte Fjellanger Vardøy; Margje Post (2013)
    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...

    Language and Conflict: Arguing for Interdisciplinarity and Usefulness

    Karol Janicki (2017)
    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...

    Computational Stylometry of Wittgenstein’s “Diktat für Schlick”.

    Michael Oakes; Alois Pichler (2013)
    Using techniques from computational stylometry we will examine some of the dictated writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein which have been made available by the Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen. Our purpose is to give an example of how computational stylometry can be used to help answer concrete questions of Wittgenstein research, and thus to explore how computational stylometry can be applied to issues of philosophical authorship more generally.  ...

    Forty years of working with corpora: from Ibsen to Twitter, and beyond

    Knut Hofland; Paul Meurer; Andrew Salway (2013)
    We provide an overview of forty years of work with language corpora by the research group that started in 1972 as the Norwegian Computing Centre for the Humanities. A brief history highlights major corpora and tools that have been developed in numerous collaborations, including corpora of literature, dialect recordings, learner language, parallel texts, newspaper articles, blog posts and tweets. Current activities are also described, with a focus on corpus analys...
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