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VOICE-based publications

Below you find some publications largely based on VOICE. While these are listed here to give some insight into how the corpus has been used, the responsibility of the content obviously lies with the authors themselves.

2013

Bürki, Dominique. 2013. Necessity and obligation in English as a Lingua Franca: a corpus-based grammatical variationist analysis. MA thesis, University of Bern. (Abstract)
Holzschuh, Elisabeth. 2013. Discourse marker use in ELF conversations: The case of "you know". MA thesis, University of Vienna. (Abstract)
Reiter, Riccarda. 2013. The Use of so as a Discourse Marker in ELF Conversations: a VOICE-based study. MA thesis, University of Vienna. (Abstract)
Vukovics, Iris. 2013. Of ’s and ofs: German and Finnish speakers’ choice of possessive construction in English. MA thesis, University of Vienna. (Abstract)

2012

Märzinger, Katrin. 2012. The Use of Phrasal Verbs in English as a Lingua Franca. MA thesis, University of Vienna. (Abstract)

2011

Dorn, Nora. 2011. Exploring –ing: The progressive in English as a lingua franca. Saarbrücken: VDM-Verlag Müller.
Wacker, Elisabeth. 2011. English as a Lingua Franca and the third person –s. BA thesis, University of Vienna. (Abstract)(Full text)

2010

Bas, Marta. 2010. Identity negotiation among the users of English as a lingua franca in continental Europe. MA thesis, University of Southampton. (Abstract)(Full text)
Capone, Marzia. 2010. Lexical innovations in ELF: the professional business domain in the VOICE corpus. MA thesis, Università degli Studi di Verona.
Dorn, Nora. 2010. Exploring –ing: The progressive in English as a Lingua Franca. MA thesis, University of Vienna. (Abstract)