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Publications using ICE-Ireland

  • (in press) John M. Kirk. ‘Word frequency: use or misuse?’, in D. Archer, ed., What’s in a Word List? Investigating Word Frequency and Keyword Extraction. London: Ashgate.
  • (2007) John M. Kirk and Jeffrey L. Kallen,. ‘Assessing Celticity in a corpus of Irish standard English’, in Hildegard L. C. Tristram ed., The Celtic Languages in Contact, pp. 270–298. Potsdam: Potsdam University Press.
  • (2007) Jeffrey L. Kallen and John M. Kirk. ‘ICE-Ireland: local variations on global standards’, in J. C. Beal, K. P. Corrigan, and H. Moisl, eds., Creating and Digitizing Language Corpora: Synchronic Databases, pp. 121–162. London: Palgrave-Macmillan.
  • (2006) John M. Kirk and Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Irish Standard English: How standardised? How Celticised?’, in H. L. C. Tristram, ed., The Celtic Englishes IV, pp. 88–113. Potsdam: Potsdamer Universitätsverlag.
  • (2005) Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Silence and mitigation in Irish English discourse’, in Anne Barron and Klaus P. Schneider, eds., The Pragmatics of Irish English, pp. 47–71. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • (2005) Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Politeness in Ireland: “… In Ireland, it’s done without being said”’, in Leo Hickey and Miranda Stewart, eds., Politeness in Europe, pp. 130–144. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
  • (2003) John M. Kirk, Jeffrey L. Kallen, Orla Lowry, and Anne Rooney. ‘Issues arising from the compilation of ICE-Ireland’. Belfast Working Papers in Language and Linguistics 16: 23–41.
  • (2001) Jeffrey L. Kallen and John M. Kirk. ‘Convergence and divergence in the verb phrase in Irish standard English: a corpus-based approach’, in John M. Kirk and Dónall P. Ó Baoill, eds., Language Links: The Languages of Scotland and Ireland, pp. 59–79. Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics 2. Belfast: Cló Ollscoil na Banríona.

Conference papers and presentations

  • (2007) John M. Kirk and Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Assessing Celticity in a corpus of Irish Standard English’. 12th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Bonn.
  • (2007) Jeffrey L. Kallen and John M. Kirk. ‘Ulster says ‘no’? Cross-border perspectives on negation and contraction in the ICE-Ireland corpus’. First public lecture series on Hiberno-English, University College Dublin.
  • (2006) Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Arrah, like, you know: the dynamics of discourse marking in ICE-Ireland’. Plenary address, Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, Limerick.
  • (2005) John M. Kirk, ‘Word frequency: use or misuse?’ Invited guest lecture, AHRC ICT Methods Network: Expert Seminar on Linguistics: ‘Word Frequency and Keyword Extraction’, University of Lancaster.
  • (2005) John M. Kirk, Jeffrey L. Kallen, and Anne Rooney. ‘Corpus linguistic analyses of pragmatics and prosody’. Invited guest seminar on the pragmatic annotation of corpora, University of Lancaster.
  • (2005) Jeffrey L. Kallen and John M. Kirk, ‘Translating the dynamics of HAVE and TAKE: how can ICE-Ireland help?’ Practical Applications of Language Corpora conference (PALC 5), Lódz´.
  • (2004) Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Problems (and solutions) in building a corpus of Irish English’. Sociolinguistics research seminar, University of Washington, Seattle.
  • (2004) John M. Kirk and Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Standard Irish English: how standardised? How Celticised?’ Celtic Englishes IV Symposium, Potsdam.
  • (2004) John M. Kirk, Jeffrey L. Kallen, Orla Lowry, and Anne Rooney. ‘Standard Irish English: the four hypotheses’. International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English Conference on English Language Research (ICAME 25), Verona.
  • (2004) Jeffrey L. Kallen and John M. Kirk. ‘Models and methods in the handling of digital corpora: ICE-Ireland’. Sociolinguistics Symposium 15, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  • (2004) John M. Kirk and Jeffrey L. Kallen. ‘Subordinate clauses in spoken and written contexts in British and Irish English’. 2nd Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies conference (IVACS 2), Belfast.
  • (2003) John M. Kirk, Jeffrey L. Kallen, Orla Lowry, and Anne Rooney. ‘The compilation of ICE-Ireland: unity versus diversity’. International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English Conference on English Language Research (ICAME 24), Guernsey.
  • (2003) John M. Kirk, Jeffrey L. Kallen, Orla Lowry, and Anne Rooney. ‘Negation in Irish standard English: evidence from ICE-Ireland’. School of English Research Seminar, Queen’s University Belfast.
  • (2003) John M. Kirk. ‘The Irish component of the International Corpus of English’. 7th International Conference on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster, Dumfries.
  • (2002) John M. Kirk, Jeffrey L. Kallen, Orla Lowry, and Anne Rooney. ‘Standard and national varieties of English: a corpus-linguistic model for ICE?’ International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English Conference on English Language Research (ICAME 23), Göteborg.
  • (2001) John M. Kirk, Jeffrey L. Kallen, Orla Lowry, and Anne Rooney. ‘Standard English, standardisation and English in Ireland’. School of English Research Seminar, Queen’s University Belfast.