Category Archives: Scientific Writing 

Language and Covid-19: special issue of the International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 26:4, 2021

Michaela Mahlberg & Gavin Brookes, editors of IJCL:

“When we circulated the call for papers for this Special Issue in July 2020, we received over 100 proposals. This, we feel, is testament to the applied nature of corpus linguistics, as well as to the innovativeness of our research community to respond rapidly and creatively to the most urgent global challenges of our time.” 

The Covid infodemic: Competition and the hyping of virus research. Ken Hyland and Feng (Kevin) Jiang | pp. 444–468

Stance nouns in COVID-19 related blog posts: A contrastive analysis of blog posts published in The Conversation in Spain and the UK. Niall Curry and Pascual Pérez-Paredes | pp. 469–497

Communicating the unknown: An interdisciplinary annotation study of uncertainty in the coronavirus pandemic. Marcus Müller, Sabine Bartsch, and Jens O. Zinn | pp. 498–531

A discourse dynamics exploration of attitudinal responses towards COVID-19 in academia and media. Jihua Dong, Louisa Buckingham, and Hao Wu | pp. 532–556

Networked discourses of bereavement in online COVID-19 memorials. Mark McGlashan | pp. 557–582

The Coronavirus Corpus: Design, construction, and use. Mark Davies | pp. 583–598

Coruña Corpus of English Scientific Writing (CC)

The different subcorpora of the Coruña Corpus of English Scientific Writing (CC), now all online and open acess at the Repository of the University, were accompanied by a volume with methodological and pilot studies. John Benjamins has just published a book about the last of the corpora uploaded, the Corpus of English Life Science Texts (CELiST).

All families and genera. Exploring the Corpus of English Life Sciences Texts. Edited by Isabel Moskowich (University of A Coruña), Inés Lareo (University of Vigo) and Gonzalo Camiña (University of Nantes)

For more info check out the Research Group on Multidimensional Corpus Based Studies in English @MuStE_UdC