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Iconicity in the lexicon

Veronika Mattes
2018 Studies in Language  
It is in contrast claimed that the mapping of certain meanings on this specific phonological pattern is highly iconic, and that these word forms can be classified as a specific subgroup of expressives.  ...  It compares the semantic classification of lexical reduplication in diverse languages, focusing on three quantitative studies on the distributions of semantic categories in three typologically and genetically  ...  In summary, this thesis instantiated the usefulness of linguistic theories in this apparently irregular, deviant word class.  ... 
doi:10.1075/sl.16024.mat fatcat:kkthvdwxnzd3plleokjb4sxhrm

An Impossible Dialogue! Nominal Utterances and Populist Rhetoric in an Italian Twitter Corpus of Hate Speech against Immigrants

Gloria Comandini, Viviana Patti
2019 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Abusive Language Online   unpublished
Thus, human ratings in the context of toxicity in language raise important questions around the various socio-cultural biases that affect those ratings, but also on the impact it has on the psychological  ...  human-in-the-loop solutions that rely on crowd workers' ratings along with automated moderation, and embedding the evaluations of models into the cultural fabric.  ...  The work of Viviana Patti was partially funded by Progetto di Ateneo/CSP 2016 (Immigrants, Hate and Prejudice in Social Media, S1618 L2 BOSC 01).  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/w19-3518 fatcat:liwo47b4kzblhifxy7gn4lrifq

The International Symposium on Challenges for Designing and Using Datasets

Andreas Schmidt, Michele Melchiori, Università Degli Studi Di Brescia, Italy Bauer, Mehmed Kantardzic, Verena Kantere, Stefan Brüggemann, Maria Villani, Sebastian Maneth, Verena Kantere, Mariana Damova, Andreas Schmidt (+48 others)
Technology   unpublished
However, the variety of information semantics, the dynamic of information update and the rapid change in user needs are challenging aspects when gathering and analyzing information.  ...  We also gratefully thank the members of the IMMM 2017 organizing committee for their help in handling the logistics and for their work that made this professional meeting a success.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was supported in part by the Ministry of Science and Technology, ROC, under contract MOST 105-2410-H-006-038-MY3. The authors also thank Mr.  ... 
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An integrated theory of language production and comprehension

Martin J. Pickering, Simon Garrod
2013 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
We then consider the evidence for interweaving in action, action perception, and joint action, and explain such evidence in terms of prediction.  ...  We show how these accounts explain a range of behavioral and neuroscientific data on language processing and discuss some of the implications of our proposal.  ...  As P&G note, when predicting the utterance of an interlocutor (i.e., in comprehension), it is essential to have an (early) estimate of the underlying intention.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x12001495 pmid:23789620 fatcat:iysayp5tujgffkbwtjwxx23e3m

Young learners' input and output in the 3rd Experimental Primary School of Evosmos: The Young Learner Corpus of English (yoLeCorE)

Θωμάς Α. Ζαπουνίδης
2020
All of these subcorpora constitute what was termed YoLeCorE (Young Learner Corpus of English) and was used in this thesis to: (a) measure quantitatively (types and tokens) and qualitatively (lexical density  ...  The transcription of the video recorded material totalled 4,825 single spaced pages which were examined anew in order to separate the input (listening, reading) from the output (speaking, writing) for  ...  The number of learners variable refers to the examination of the listening input per individual and per class in order to get an overall idea of the listened types and tokens within an instructed environment  ... 
doi:10.26262/heal.auth.ir.295293 fatcat:6nyazzsib5fcnangi2nvvsr5kq

Informetrics Needs a Foundation in the Theory of Science [chapter]

Birger Hjørland
Theories of Informetrics and Scholarly Communication  
Acknowledgment The authors acknowledge the support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (Insight Development grants).  ...  Allyson Carlyle, Alexander Petersen, Richard Smiraglia, and Nicolai Vitanov provided expert comments on an earlier version of this chapter.  ...  proposes (p. 4) a phonological "Principle of Frequency": the ease with which a word may be pronounced is "inversely proportionate to the relative frequency of that word … among its fellow wordsin the  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110308464-005 fatcat:qhanpddvpjcoxgc7gcsflbskcm

Proceedings of the Workshop on Language Technologies for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage Hissar, Bulgaria INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGIES FOR DIGITAL HUMANITIES AND CULTURAL HERITAGE PROCEEDINGS

Cristina Vertan, Milena Slavcheva, Petya Osenova, Stelios Piperidis, Cristina Vertan, Milena Slavcheva, Stelios Piperidis, Galia Angelova, David Baumann, António Branco, Nicoletta Calzolari, G Unther Görz (+10 others)
2011 The 8th International Conference on Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing   unpublished
representation of knowledge concerning Bulgarian iconography; preparation of an electronic edition of the largest Old Church Slavonic manuscript, the Codex Suprasliensis; literary research support by creating  ...  There are several initiatives in Europe aiming to foster the application of language technology in the humanities (CLARIN, DARIAH).  ...  Acknowledgments The projects have been funded by the Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA) and the National Research and Development Programme (NKFP): A Complex Uralic linguistic database (NKFP-5/135  ... 
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Surveillance, Fighting Crime And Violence (Iriss Deliverable 1.1)

David Wright, Johann Cas, Ivan Szekely, Beatrix Vissy, Michael Friedewald, Kerstin Goos, William Webster, Gemma Galdon Clavell, Rowena Rodrigues, Reinhard Kreissl, Clive Norris, Marija Krlic (+10 others)
2012 Zenodo  
A report addressing and analysing the factors underpinning the development and use of surveillance systems and technologies by both public authorities and private actors, and their implications in fighting  ...  crime and terrorism, social and economic costs, protection or infringement of civil liberties, fundamental rights and ethical aspects Co-ordinator Trilateral Research and Consulting LLP Dissemination  ...  estimated 250 million photos added to Facebook, 200 million tweets on Twitter and 4 billion video views per day on YouTube.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1184324 fatcat:vxti37nlxbbejg6mjbk72ruh3e

Activist short-sellers: an analysis of a new generation of activist investors

Karel Sarapatka
2020 unpublished
I find that target firm characteristics play an important role in the magnitude of negative abnormal returns.  ...  Using a sample of 239 activist initiated campaigns in the period of 2011 to 2019, I document significantly negative abnormal returns of -4.7% on the day of activist coverage announcement.  ...  ) a_counter = Counter(tokens) #use Counter function and count number of tokens corresponding to Loughran & McDonald master = [] for word in words: word_count = a_counter[word] master.append  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.62501 fatcat:ld2oa5yx3fhxhjzblryqf44ism

COMPLETE ISSUE

Lectito Press Office
2019 Feminist Encounters A Journal of Critical Studies in Culture and Politics  
Founded in 2017, Feminist Encounters is a journal committed to argument and debate, in the tradition of historical feminist movements.  ...  In the wake of the growing rise of the Right across the world, openly neo-fascist national sentiments, and rising conservative populism, we feminists all over the world are needing to remobilise our energies  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This is to express my grateful thanks to Sally R Munt, the Chief Editor of Feminist Encounters, and the editorial team at Lectito, for their assistance throughout the process of compiling  ... 
doi:10.20897/femenc/5928 fatcat:wrepujba2fc7dhjwewoplwxnj4

Contextualism and the Reference Class Problem [article]

Masashi Kasaki, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Jeremy Fantl
2010
Contextualism and the Reference Class Problem (Unpublished doctoral thesis).  ...  the tweet of the bird.  ...  What context does in fixing the semantic content of a particular tokening of 'know' is to determine the value of the epistemic standard variable.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/12672 fatcat:rjlen364ajhrxmlds3rfa7mbpq

Form and formalism in linguistics [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, Universitätsbibliothek Der FU Berlin, Universitätsbibliothek Der FU Berlin, James McElvenny
2019
have found in linguistics, and what these reveal about the mindset, temperament and daily practice of linguists, from the nineteenth century up to the present day.  ...  Diverse notions of "form" – embedded in biological, cognitive and aesthetic discourses – have been employed in accounts of language structure and relationship, while "formalism" harbours a family of senses  ...  philosophy of science aspects of the chapter.  ... 
doi:10.17169/refubium-2428 fatcat:uqf6nx34dngaxd63sd7jp75tvq

An apostrophe to Scots: the invention and diffusion of the Scots apostrophe in eighteenth-century Scottish verse

David William Selfe
2021
The use of apostrophised forms undermines perceptions of Scots as a language independent from English and is solely for the benefit of accessibility for an English readership. 3.  ...  Scots is intrinsically linked with Scottishness: as an agent of anglicisation, the use of apostrophised forms therefore contributes to the erosion of Scottish cultural identity.  ...  and Ramsay, the Historical genre contains the most examples of apostrophised forms overall: 38 tokens for <a'>, 41 tokens for <wi'>, and 21 tokens for <an'>.  ... 
doi:10.5525/gla.thesis.82448 fatcat:wzpq5zg2jnbl3mdwra2a2khtry

Centro di Ricerca sui Linguaggi Specialistici Research Centre on Languages for Specific Purposes The Language of Medicine: Science, Practice and Academia CERLIS Series Series Editor: Maurizio Gotti Editorial Board CERLIS Series Volume 5 THE LANGUAGE OF MEDICINE: SCIENCE, PRACTICE AND ACADEMIA

Maurizio Gotti, Stefania Maci, Michele Sala, Celsb, Ulisse Belotti, Maria Calvi, Luisa Chierichetti, Cécile Desoutter, Marina Dossena, Giovanni Garofalo, Davide Giannoni, Dorothee Heller (+8 others)
unpublished
Each volume of the series is subjected to a double peer-reviewing process.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been carried out in collaboration with Dr Alida Maria Silletti (Università degli studi di Bari "Aldo Moro") for the collection of the corpus as well as for the analysis  ...  of French and Italian data.  ... 
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Centro di Ricerca sui Linguaggi Specialistici Research Centre on Languages for Specific Purposes The Language of Medicine: Science, Practice and Academia CERLIS Series Series Editor: Maurizio Gotti Editorial Board CERLIS Series Volume 5 THE LANGUAGE OF MEDICINE: SCIENCE, PRACTICE AND ACADEMIA

Maurizio Gotti, Stefania Maci, Michele Sala, Celsb, Ulisse Belotti, Maria Calvi, Luisa Chierichetti, Cécile Desoutter, Marina Dossena, Giovanni Garofalo, Davide Giannoni, Dorothee Heller (+8 others)
unpublished
Each volume of the series is subjected to a double peer-reviewing process.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been carried out in collaboration with Dr Alida Maria Silletti (Università degli studi di Bari "Aldo Moro") for the collection of the corpus as well as for the analysis  ...  of French and Italian data.  ... 
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