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20 - The Utility of Arabic Corpus Linguistics

from Part IV - Arabic Computational and Corpus Linguistics

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 September 2021

Karin Ryding
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Georgetown University, Washington DC
David Wilmsen
Affiliation:
American University of Beirut
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The authors examine the application of electronically searchable corpora, from their own experience, in addressing questions pertinent to linguistics as a whole and to matters internal to Arabic, the while lamenting that the field of Arabic linguistics, in its theoretical and applied orientations alike, has not made use of the rich data source that searchable electronic corpora represent. They show how corpora can be used easily to falsify common assumptions and assertions about the human language capacity in general just as they can be used efficiently to query assumptions and assertions about Arabic itself. So, too, do they hold implications for applied uses such as teaching Arabic as a foreign language and translation between Arabic and other languages. In any of these applications, the use of corpora in the analysis of all varieties of Arabic remains underdeveloped compared to their use in the analysis of other languages, especially English.

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