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Monika Bednarek
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SSSHARC at Sydney Jul 17
Next Thu 26 July 6pm: Language & Indigenous Community Well-being featuring & Director, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Research, Professor Jaky Troy with guests & Mujahid Torwali
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NYT Opinion Jul 14
To say that someone does not have an accent is as believable as saying someone does not have any facial features, says .
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Laurence Anthony Jul 12
Finally, my copies of Corpus Approaches to Discourse have arrived with my chapter on visualization. Thanks for sending two copies so that I could take this great photo (I think I was supposed to only get one)!!
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Mimal Jul 11
Because of her, we can: We pay special tribute to the wonderful Maggie Tukumba, who has played a very important role in preserving Dalabon language and culture.
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Monika Bednarek Jul 12
Fascinating...an 11-page review of a paper, don’t see those very often!
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Antonio Fruttaldo Jul 12
So happy! 🥳🌈My paper with Marco Venuti "A Cross-Cultural Discursive Approach to News Values in the Press in the US, the UK and Italy: The Case of the Supreme Court Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage" is now available online
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Monika Bednarek Jul 12
Replying to @WatchedPotts
One more thing I completely forgot: the companion site has frequency lists available for download for other corpus linguists (plus swear/taboo word analysis, additional examples, etc):
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Alexandra D'Arcy Jul 11
Sociophoneticians: generally speaking, most dialect diffs are carried by Vs rather than by Cs, right? If so, who says this & where do they say it? What is best ref for this? Thanks in advance for your help! etc.
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Monika Bednarek Jul 11
Replying to @WatchedPotts
Thanks, Amanda
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Monika Bednarek Jul 11
Replying to @WatchedPotts
If you want brand new, this book coming in Oct:
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Monika Bednarek Jul 11
Replying to @WatchedPotts
This bibliography is more recent but covers linguistic research more generally:
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Monika Bednarek Jul 11
Replying to @WatchedPotts
I give an overview of corpus studies of films and tv series in here: Bednarek, M. 2015. Corpus-assisted multimodal discourse analysis of television and film narratives. In: Paul Baker & Tony McEnery (eds). Corpora and Discourse Studies. Palgrave Macmillan: 63-87.
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Monika Bednarek Jul 11
This week in Australia I communicated via email with one Monika and was mistaken for another Monika... Quite unusual!
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Monika Bednarek Jul 10
Replying to @PG_forum_lgx
Depends on the verb that goes with it - research process verbs are ok, structuring verbs (eg start, conclude), etc, but avoid emotion/cognition verbs (eg i think, i feel)
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Lynne Murphy Jul 10
Interesting to learn about this book. Sad to have to learn about it because of NPR's poor treatment of it! All Things Ill-Considered: NPR’s Sexist Blunder via
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Monika Bednarek Jul 9
Replying to @HowardManns
Thank you!
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Claire G. Coleman Jul 8
Happy . Why not celebrate with a book by an Indigenous woman, there are sooo many to choose from and they cover almost every genre you could imagine.
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Monika Bednarek Jul 9
Replying to @Corpusling
Thanks so much to everyone for your suggestions, much appreciated!
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Monika Bednarek Jul 9
I actually wanted to use the plural and lower case initials, but twitter only gave me that exact form (with upper case) as hashtag option... for some reason wasn’t registering for me
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