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dc.contributor.authorViana, Vander-
dc.description.abstractCorpus-based studies make use of computers. However, when the analysis to be carried out is of a semantic nature, such tool is not always used. The article consists of a methodological proposal concerning the use of WordSmith Tools (Scott, 1999) in an investigation which relies on the Attitude system (Martin and Rose, 2003; White, 2000) to analyze its data. Some results are presented in order to exemplify this proposal. The methodology is evaluated and its possible advantages and drawbacks are highlighted. The results indicate that computational analysis can be used to map these semantic categories.en_UK
dc.publisherPontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo-
dc.relationViana V (2007) Utilizando o programa Wordsmith Tools na pesquisa sobre apreciação: Uma sugestão metodológica, Intercambio, 16.-
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dc.subjectWordSmith Toolsen_UK
dc.titleUtilizando o programa Wordsmith Tools na pesquisa sobre apreciação: Uma sugestão metodológicaen_UK
dc.title.alternativeUsing WordSmith Tools in a study of Appreciation: A methodological suggestion-
dc.typeJournal Articleen_UK
dc.type.statusPublisher version (final published refereed version)-
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