User menu

Grammatical stance marking in student and expert production: Revisiting the informal-formal dichotomy

  • Open access
  • PDF
  • 603.13 K
  1. Ädel Annelie, Metadiscourse in L1 and L2 English, ISBN:9789027222978, 10.1075/scl.24
  2. Ädel Annelie, Involvement features in writing: do time and interaction trump register awareness?, Linking up contrastive and learner corpus research (2008) ISBN:9789401206204, 10.1163/9789401206204_003
  3. Altenberg, Learner English on computer, 80 (1998)
  4. Baayen R. H., Analyzing Linguistic Data : A Practical Introduction to Statistics Using R, ISBN:9780511801686, 10.1017/cbo9780511801686
  5. Biber Douglas, Dimensions of register variation : A cross-linguistic comparison, ISBN:9780511519871, 10.1017/cbo9780511519871
  6. British Academic Written English (BAWE). Corpus compiled at the Universities of Warwick, Reading and Oxford Brookes in 2004–2007.
  7. Biber Douglas, Stance in spoken and written university registers, 10.1016/j.jeap.2006.05.001
  8. Biber Douglas, University Language : A corpus-based study of spoken and written registers, ISBN:9789027222954, 10.1075/scl.23
  9. Biber Douglas, Conrad Susan, Register, Genre, and Style, ISBN:9780511814358, 10.1017/cbo9780511814358
  10. Biber Douglas, Egbert Jesse, Zhang Meixiu, Lexis and grammar as complementary discourse systems for expressing stance and evaluation, The Construction of Discourse as Verbal Interaction ISBN:9789027201416 p.201-226, 10.1075/pbns.296.08bib
  11. Biber, Longman grammar of spoken and written English (1999)
  12. Biber Douglas, Zhang Meixiu, Expressing evaluation without grammatical stance: informational persuasion on the web, 10.3366/cor.2018.0137
  13. Burnard, Reference guide for the British National Corpus (XML edition) (2007)
  14. Agentivity as a determinant of lexico-grammatical variation in L2 academic writing, 10.1075/ijcl.18.3.05cal
  15. Charles Maggie, Phraseological patterns in reporting clauses used in citation: A corpus-based study of theses in two disciplines, 10.1016/j.esp.2005.05.003
  16. Council of Europe, Common European framework of reference for languages: Learning teaching assessment (2001)
  17. Davies, The Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA): 520 Million Words, 1990-present (2008)
  18. Fox, Journal of Statistical Software, 1 (2009)
  19. Glynn Dylan, Correspondence analysis : Exploring data and identifying patterns, Human Cognitive Processing (2014) ISBN:9789027223975 p.443-485, 10.1075/hcp.43.17gly
  20. Gray Bethany, Biber Douglas, Current Conceptions of Stance, Stance and Voice in Written Academic Genres (2012) ISBN:9781349337880 p.15-33, 10.1057/9781137030825_2
  21. Groom Nicholas, Pattern and meaning across genres and disciplines: An exploratory study, 10.1016/j.jeap.2005.03.002
  22. Halliday, An introduction to functional grammar (1994)
  23. Hasselgård Hilde, Lexicogrammatical features of adverbs in advanced learner English, 10.1075/itl.166.1.05has
  24. Herriman Jennifer, Bostrom Aronsson Mia, Themes in Swedish advanced learners' writing in English, Studies in Corpus Linguistics (2009) ISBN:9789027223074 p.101-120, 10.1075/scl.33.11her
  25. Hewings Martin, Hewings Ann, “It is interesting to note that…”: a comparative study of anticipatory ‘it’ in student and published writing, 10.1016/s0889-4906(01)00016-3
  26. Hinkel, Applied Language Learning, 15, 29 (2005)
  27. Hunston, Evaluation in text: Authorial stance and the construction of discourse (2000)
  28. HYLAND KEN, Talking to the Academy : Forms of Hedging in Science Research Articles, 10.1177/0741088396013002004
  29. Hyland Ken, Stance and engagement: a model of interaction in academic discourse, 10.1177/1461445605050365
  30. Kaatari, Adjectives complemented by that- and to-clauses: Exploring semantico-syntactic relationships and genre variation (2017)
  31. Larsson, 2014 LOT Winter School (2014)
  32. Larsson Tove, The introductory it pattern: Variability explored in learner and expert writing, 10.1016/j.jeap.2016.01.007
  33. Larsson Tove, The importance of, it is important that or importantly? : The use of morphologically related stance markers in learner and expert writing, 10.1075/ijcl.22.1.03lar
  34. Larsson Tove, A functional classification of the introductory it pattern: Investigating academic writing by non-native-speaker and native-speaker students, 10.1016/j.esp.2017.06.001
  35. Larsson Tove, Is there a correlation between form and function? A syntactic and functional investigation of the introductory it pattern in student writing, 10.1515/icame-2018-0003
  36. Larsson Tove, Kaatari Henrik, Extraposition in learner and expert writing : Exploring (in)formality and the impact of register, 10.1075/ijlcr.17014.lar
  37. Lê Sébastien, Josse Julie, Husson François, FactoMineR: AnRPackage for Multivariate Analysis, 10.18637/jss.v025.i01
  38. Lee, Language Learning and Technology, 5, 37 (2001)
  39. Martin J. R., White P. R. R., The Language of Evaluation, ISBN:9781403904102, 10.1057/9780230511910
  40. Michigan Corpus of Upper-level Student Papers (MICUSP). Ann Arbor: The Regents of the University of Michigan. Corpus compiled at the University of Michigan in 2009.
  41. Olohan, International Journal on Translation Studies, 15, 59 (2003)
  42. Paquot, Twenty years of learner corpus research: Looking back, moving ahead, 377 (2013)
  43. Petch-Tyson, Learner English on computer, 107 (1998)
  44. R Core Team, R: A language and environment for statistical computing (2018)
  45. Römer Ute, The inseparability of lexis and grammar: Corpus linguistic perspectives, 10.1075/arcl.7.06rom
  46. Smith, Functional approaches to writing, 108 (1986)
  47. Wickham Hadley, ggplot2, ISBN:9780387981406, 10.1007/978-0-387-98141-3
Bibliographic reference Larsson, Tove. Grammatical stance marking in student and expert production: Revisiting the informal-formal dichotomy. In: Register Studies, Vol. 1, no.2, p. 243–268 (2019)
Permanent URL