Contrastive Register Variation: A Quantitative Approach to the Comparison of English and German

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Walter de Gruyter, 12 gru 2013 - 381
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Theoretical foundations
7
Chapter 2 State of the art
9
Chapter 3 On empirical methods in linguistics
34
Chapter 4 Indicators of register classification
48
Empirical analysis
81
Chapter 5 Research design
83
Chapter 6 English intralingual register variation
106
Chapter 8 Crosslinguistic register comparison
215
Chapter 9 Variation between originals and translations
258
Chapter 10 Insights on register variation
307
Chapter 11 Conclusions
325
References
333
Linguistic features in alphabetic order
349
Index
358
Prawa autorskie

Chapter 7 German intralingual register variation
166

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Stella Neumann, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.

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