Aistí ar an Nua-Ghaeilge: In Ómós do Bhreandán Ó Buachalla by Aidan Doyle, Siobhán Ní Laoire

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By Aidan Doyle, Siobhán Ní Laoire

Contributions to fashionable Irish linguistics devoted to the overdue Prof. Breandan O Buachalla in 2006 by means of uncommon former scholars. unfortunately Prof. O Buachalla gave up the ghost in 2010.

IMPORTANT word: Please notice that every one the contributions are written within the Irish language; there's no English language model of the texts. Contents are as follows:

BRIAN Ó CATHÁIN Gaeilge Inis Oírr agus Gaeilge Chontae an Chláir; ROIBEARD Ó MAOLALAIGH Coibhneas idir consan (dh/gh) agus guta i stair na Gaeilge; MÁIRTÍN Ó MURCHÚ Tuilleadh beag faoin 2ú iolra den Mhodh Ordaitheach; MÁIRE NÍ CHIOSÁIN Meath na Gaeilge i gCléire; CONCHÚR Ó GIOLLAGÁIN Gnéithe de stair theorainn na Gaeltachta; JOHN WALSH Ón bhforbairt thionsclaíoch move dti an phleanáil teanga - éabhlóidiú Údarás na Gaeltachta; AIDAN DOYLE An fhaí chéasta leanúnach sa Nua-Ghaeilge; JAMES MCCLOSKEY Déantús an chlásail i gcanúintí na Gaeilge; NANCY STENSON Ar scáth a chéile - an Ghaeilge, an Béarla agus an briathar faigh; PEADAR MAC CUILLINN Gnéithe de na focail suairc agus suairceas sa 18ú haois.

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Xiao, R. and Tono, Y. (2006) Corpus-based Language Studies: An Advanced Resource Book. London: Routledge. O’Keeffe, A. (2006) Investigating Media Discourse. London: Routledge. O’Keeffe, A. and Farr, F. (2003) ‘Using Language Corpora in Language Teacher Education: Pedagogic, Linguistic and Cultural Insights’, TESOL Quarterly 37(3): 389–418. , McCarthy, M. and Carter, R. (2007) From Corpus to Classroom: Language Use and Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Owen, C. ’ ELT Journal 50(3): 219–24.

In tandem, heavy and cumbersome reel-to-reel tape recorders were replaced by manageable analogue cassette recorders in the 1970s and later by miniature digital recorders and small but high-powered video and DVD recorders, with a consequent positive effect on the ability of scholars to create spoken corpora. However, the first efforts of linguists to harness computational power to study language as evidenced in large volumes of text were hampered by the limitations of machines. Sinclair, for instance, in his earliest exploratory years of corpus analysis that were to culminate in the ground-breaking COBUILD project, used cumbersome punched-card systems for data-storage, a method which, in its most basic form, could be dated back to the eighteenth century!

1974). In the same way, CL uses ‘reference corpora’ against which results are compared (see Evison, this volume for an example of this). Literary studies and translation studies Comparison is also a key concern in the study of literature, poetry and drama. Burrows (2002) has noted that traditional and computational forms of stylistics have much in common in that they both involve the close analysis of texts and benefit from opportunities for comparison (see also Wynne 2005). The application of corpora to the study of literature, poetry and drama is surveyed in chapters by McIntyre and Walker and Amador-Moreno.

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