Annotated Bibliography Project:
- writing a 250 word (maximum) annotation for each entry. This is one typed page, double-spaced.
- The final product includes:
10 pages of annotations - no more, no less.
- The format of the entries:
a) Begin each entry with an APA (most recent edition) or other style citation.
b) No more than one half of the entry should consist of a summary of the article.
c) One half to three quarters of the page is to be commentary on the entry (e.g., what makes the article interesting, worthy of inclusion, important, provocative, reservations you have about it)
d) All entries are to be double-spaced with 1" margins on all sides and no larger than 12 pt. font.
Entries are listed below:
Baker, P. (2010). Sociolinguistics and corpus linguistics. Edinburgh University Press.
Baker, P. (2012). Acceptable bias? Using corpus linguistics methods with critical discourse analysis. Critical Discourse Studies,9(3), 247-256.
Biber, Douglas. (2012). Sociolinguistics and Corpus Linguistics by Paul Baker Corpus and Sociolinguistics: Investigating Age and Gender in Female Talk by Bróna Murphy. Journal of Sociolinguistics,16(2), 301-308.
De Beaugrande, Robert. (1999). Linguistics, sociolinguistics, and corpus linguistics: Ideal language versus real language. Journal of Sociolinguistics,3(1), 128-140.
Gabrielatos, C. N., Torgersen, E., Hoffmann, S., & Fox, S. (2010). A corpus-based sociolinguistic study of indefinite article forms in london english. Journal of English Linguistics,38(4), 297-334.
Kendall, T. (2011). Corpora from a sociolinguistic perspective. Revista Brasileira De Linguistica Aplicada,11(2), 361-389.
Mair, Christian. (2009). Corpus linguistics meets sociolinguistics: The role of corpus evidence in the study of sociolinguistic variation and change. Language & Computers,69(1), 7-33.
Nguyen, Dong. (2016). Computational Sociolinguistics: A Survey. Computational Linguistics,42(3), 537-594.
Szmrecsanyi, B. (2017). Variationist sociolinguistics and corpus-based variationist linguistics: Overlap and cross-pollination potential. The Canadian Journal of Linguistics / La Revue Canadienne De Linguistique,62(4), 685-701.
Themistocleous, Christiana. (2015). Digital code-switching between Cypriot and Standard Greek: Performance and identity play online. International Journal of Bilingualism,19(3), 282-298.