Newman, J.
Cognitive Semantics 7.1: 1-30, 2021 (Pre-publication version)
child and children_submitted_ Apr 2 2020
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S. Th. Gries and J. Newman
Creating and using corpora (pre-publication version), 2013
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Han W., A. Arppe & J. Newman
Topic marking in a Shanghainese corpus:
from observation to prediction
Han_et_al_April 16_2013_JN.pdf
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Arppe, A., W. Han, & J. Newman
Polytomous logistic regression with Shanghainese
topic markers (Dec 20 2013). [Vignette for use with R]
shanghainese_vignette_Dec 2013.pdf
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Newman, J.
The topic marker zi (是) in contemporary Shanghainese dialect (2013)
American Association of Corpus Linguistics 2013
AACL 2013_JN.pptx
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Geeraert, K. & J. Newman
I haven't drank in weeks: The use of past tense forms as past participles in English corpora (2011)
GeeraertNewman_GC_JN _dm.pdf
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Newman, J.
Our collocating body parts: recurring images of self and other in body part usage
Body in Language_2011.pptx
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Gries, S. Th., , Newman, J., and C. Shaoul
N-grams and the clustering of registers (2011)
pdf version of online publication (
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Newman, J.
Corpora and Cognitive Linguistics (2011)
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Newman, J.
Review of Alexandra Aikhenvald's grammar of Manambu (2011)
Review of Aikhenvald_published.pdf
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Newman, J.
Balancing Acts: Empirical Pursuits in Cognitive Linguistics (2010)
Pre-publication version
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Newman, J. and L. Teddiman
First Person Pronouns in Online Diary Writing (2010)
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Newman, J. and G. Columbus
Education as an over-represented topic in the ICE corpora? (2009)
Powerpoint presentation
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Newman, J.
English Posture Verbs (2009)
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J. Newman
Spoken corpora: Rationale and application (2008)
Taiwan Journal of Linguistics Vol. 6.2, 27-58, 2008
Spoken Corpora.pdf
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Newman, J.
International Corpus of English (Canada) Poster. 2008.
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Newman, J.
English posture verbs: An experientially grounded approach. 2008.
English posture verbs.pps
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Newman, J.
Aiming low in linguistics: Low-level generalizations in corpus-based research (2008)
Aiming Low_Newman.pdf
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Newman, J. and S. Rice
Asymmetry in English multi-verb sequences 2008
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Newman, J.
Spoken corpora: Why we need them and how we make them. 19 May 2008.
Spoken Corpora.pdf
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Rice, S. & J. Newman
Beyond the lemma: Inflection-specific constructions in English. 4 March 2008.
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Teddiman, L & J. Newman
Subject ellipsis in English: Construction of and findings from a Diary Corpus. 3 October 2007.
Teddiman _Newman.pdf
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J. Newman, J. Lin, T. Butler & E. Zhang
The Wenzhou Spoken Corpus 2007
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Newman, J. & J. Lin
The purposefulness of going: A corpus-linguistic study 2007
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Dilts, P. & J. Newman
A note on quantifying “good” and “bad” prosodies* 2006
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Newman, J. & S. Rice
Transitivity Schemas of English EAT and DRINK in the BNC 2006
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Newman, J. & S. Rice.
Diathesis alternations and collocational schemas of English EATand DRINK in the BNC. July 22, 2003.
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Borgwaldt, S. & J. Newman
In Search of Possession: From Concept to Inflection 2006
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English Adjectival Inflection: A radical Radical Construciton Grammar Approach
CSDL 2006 Presentation
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Rice, S. & J. Newman
Inflectional Islands (2005)
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Newman, J.
Three-place predicates: A cognitive linguistic perspective 2005
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Newman, J. & S. Rice
Patterns of usage for English SIT, STAND, and LIE: A cognitively-inspired exploration in corpus linguistics 2004
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John Newman
The Quiet Revolution: Ron Langacker's Fall Quarter 1977 lectures (2004)
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Newman, J.
How to understand UNDERSTAND (2001)
Newman_understand 2001.pdf
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Newman, J. 1997. Eating and drinking as sources of metaphor in English
Cuadernos de Filología Inglesa (Special volume on Cognitive Linguistics) 6.2: 213-231.
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Newman, J. and C. J. White. 1999.
A pilot study of language awareness at the New Zealand tertiary level. The New Zealand Language Teacher 25: 41-53.
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Newman, J. 1998. The origin of German es gibt.
In John Newman (ed.), The Linguistics of Giving. [Studies in Typological Linguistics 36], 307-325. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Newman_Origin of es _gibt.pdf
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Newman, J. 1988. Singapore's Speak Mandarin Campaign.
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 9.5: 437-48.
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Newman, J. 1986. Singapore's Speak Mandarin Campaign: The educational argument.
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science 14.2: 52-67.
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Newman, J. 1983. Cantonese Vowel Shift
Newman, J. 1983. Cantonese vowel shift. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale XII.1: 65-79.
Cantonese Vowel Shift.pdf
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The Semantics of Raising Constructions
PhD Dissertation, UCSD, 1981.
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