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Title: The Web as corpus versus traditional corpora: Their relative utility for linguists and language learners
Authors: Lew, Robert
Keywords: text corpus
www
Internet
Web as corpus
search engine
size of the web
balance
representativeness
access
concordancer
linguist
language learners
English
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: continuum
Citation: Baker, Paul (ed.), Contemporary corpus linguistics. London/New York: Continuum. 289-300.
Abstract: The paper compares systematically the utility of specially-made text corpora and the textual resources of the World Wide Web for linguists and language learners. Different modes of access are discussed, including via dedicated concordancing software, web-concordancing and the universal search engine.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/738
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