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Panel chaired by Anna Marchi (@journolinguist).
Developing a complex query to build a specialised corpus: Reducing the issue of polysemous query terms. ★
Daniel Malone – Edge Hill University
A methodological proposal to realize a Systemic Functional Linguistics exam through Corpus Linguistics: comparing the textual strategies of the political discourse in English and Spanish
Virginia Mattioli – Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
Analysing Intersectionality in Discourse: A Corpus-informed Methodology ★
Zainah Alshahrani & Michael Handford – Cardiff University
Categorising keywords in discourse – a case study of texts on bacterial resistance ★
Natalie Dyke, Joachimm Peters & Stefan Evert – FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Combining Collocational Analysis and Semantic Prosodies in a Large-Scale Corpus Study of Metaphor
Stefanie Ullmann – University of Cambridge
How critical is critical discourse analysis of advertising: Corpus-driven findings and methodological implications ★
Yixiong Chen & Csilla Weninger – National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
Pragmatic annotation for digital discourse analysis – value, quality criteria, further development
Marcus Müller & Michael Bender – TU Darmstadt, Germany
Revisiting key-key-words: proposing a method for identifying unique keywords in a collection of corpora ★
Mark McGlashan – Birmingham City University
Alexandra Krendel – Lancaster University
‘YOT Talk’: Analysing discourse in youth justice assessment interviews.
Ralph Morton – Loughborough University