Historical Dialectology in the Digital Age, Hardback Book

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Lays out key corpus-building strategies for working with regional data at different levels of linguistic analysis: syntax, lexicon, morphology, and phonetics/phonology.

Shows how traditional methods of Historical Dialectology can benefit from new methods of data-collection to test out theoretical and empirical claims.

Highlights opportunities and pitfalls for analysing the relation between sound systems and spellingsDrawing on the resources created by the Institute of Historical Dialectology at the University of Edinburgh (now the Angus McIntosh Centre for Historical Linguistics), such as eLALME (the electronic version A Linguistic Atlas of Late Medieval English), LAEME (A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English) and LAOS (A Linguistic Atlas of Older Scots), this volume illustrates how traditional methods of historical dialectology can benefit from new methods of data-collection to test out theoretical and empirical claims.

In showcasing the results that these resources can yield in the digital age

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  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 440 pages, 53 B/W illustrations
  • Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
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  • Category: Dialect, slang & jargon
  • ISBN: 9781474430531

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