The volume collects papers on the notion of keyness. The investigations presented are focused on keyness in a corpus perspective, mostly involving attention to text and discourse. They are, however, illustrative of different topics, approaches, methods and theoretical assumptions, ranging from semiotics to critical discourse analysis. - Perspectives on keywords and keyness: an introduction - M. BondiSection I Exploring Keyness- Three concepts of keywords - Michael Stubbs- Problems in investigating Keyness, or clearing the undergrowth and marking out trails - Mike Scott.- Closed-class keywords and corpus-driven discourse analysis - Nick Groom- Hyperlinks: Keywords or Key Words? - Jukka Tyrkkö- Web semantics vs the semantic web: the problem of keyness - Francois RastierSection II - Keyness in specialised discourse- Identifying Aboutgrams in Engineering Texts - Martin Warren- Keywords and phrases in political speeches - Denise Milizia- Key words and key phrases in a corpus of travel writing: From Early modern English literature to contemporary 'blooks' - Andrea Gerbig- History v. Marketing: keywords as a clue to disciplinary epistemology - Donatella Malavasi & Davide Mazzi- Metaphorical Keyness in Specialised Corpora - Gill PhilipSection 3 - Critical and Educational perspectives- A Contrastive Analysis of Keywords in Newspaper Articles on the “Kyoto Protocol” - Erica Bassi- Keywords in the Korean national consciousness: a corpus-based analysis of school textbooks - Soo Hee Fraysse-Kim- General spoken language and school language: Key words and discourse patterns in history textbooks - Paola Leone
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