Multi-dimensional analysis, text constellations, and interdisciplinary discourse

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Thompson, Paul; Hunston, Susan; Murakami, Akira; Vajn, Dominik;

Multi-Dimensional Analysis (MDA) has been widely used to explore register variation. This paper reports on a project using MDA to explore the features of an interdisciplinary academic domain. Six dimensions of variation are identified in a corpus of 11,000 journal artic... View more
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