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6.3 GOAT vowel variants in the Diachronic Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English (DECTE). (Karen P. Corrigan)

7. Using dictionaries and thesauruses as evidence. (Julie Coleman)

8. Evidence from surveys and atlases in the history of the English language. (William A. Kretzschmar Jr. and Merja Stenroos)

10. Variability-based Neighbor Clustering: A bottom-up approach to periodization in historical linguistics. (Stefan Th. Gries and Martin Hilpert)

11. Data retrieval in a diachronic context: The case of the historical English courtroom (Dawn Archer)

13. “Small is beautiful”—On the value of standard reference corpora for observing recent grammatical change. (Marianne Hundt and Geoffrey Leech)

18. Diachronic collostructional analysis meets the noun phrase: Studying many a noun in COHA. (Martin Hilpert)

22. Forms of early mass communication: The religious domain. (Tanja Rütten)

26. Old news: Rethinking language change through Australian broadcast speech. (Jenny Price)

33. The history of English seen as the history of ideas: Cultural change reflected in different translations of the New Testament. (Anna Wierzbicka)

35. Perceptions of dialects: Changing attitudes and ideologies. (Chris Montgomery)

45. Contact-induced change in English world-wide. (Edgar W. Schneider)

48. Lead Chapter: Typology and typological change in English historical linguistics. (Bernd Kortmann)

54. Towards an automated classification of Englishes. (Søren Wichmann and Matthias Urban)

60. Lenition in English. (Patrick Honeybone)

64. Rethinking the OV/VO alternation in Old English: The effect of complexity, grammatical weight, and information status. (Ann Taylor and Susan Pintzuk)

70. List of corpora and databases.

 

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