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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Feixes lexicais e visões de mundo: Um estudo sobre corpus
Other Titles: Lexical bundles and world views: A corpus study
Authors: Granja, Shepherd Tania Maria
Zyngier, Sonia
Viana, Vander
Keywords: identity
language
culture
corpus analysis: lexical bundles, writing
Issue Date: Dec-2006
Citation: Granja Shepherd TM, Zyngier S & Viana V (2006) Feixes lexicais e visões de mundo: Um estudo sobre corpus, Matraga (19), pp. 125-140.
Abstract: This research analyses lexical bundles (cf. Biber, Conrad and Cortes 2004), found in essays written by children in the Brazilian 5th and 6th years (average age 12-14) from a rural and an urban community. The research objective was to identify possible profiles emerging from their writing in terms of their world views and their textual organization. To this end, two corpora were compiled consisting of 12,205 and 14,662 words each. From these same corpora four-word lexical bundles were extracted and subsequently analyzed in terms of structure and function. The analyses reflect two different profiles. ln contrast to the writing by the children from the rural area, those from the urban milieu failed to express a collective world view by means of repeated textual and functional patterns.
URL: http://www.pgletras.uerj.br/matraga/matraga19/matraga19a07.pdf
Rights: Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.

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