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Keywords:Corpus linguistics, Online communication, Applied linguistics
Corpus Linguistics for Online Communication: A Guide for Research, published by Routledge, is a practical handbook for corpus-based online communication research. This volume introduces corpus-based online communication research methods for a variety of research topics with empirical case studies. The volume blends theoretical progress with practical application, making it a useful resource for researchers and scholars in online communication and related fields.
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