Publications

Journal articles

Methodology

  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (forthcoming 2021). The London–Lund Corpus 2: Methodological issues and innovations in the compilation of a spoken corpus. English Language and Linguistics, 25(3) [Special issue].
  • Põldvere, N., Frid, J., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (forthcoming 2021). Challenges of releasing audio material for spoken data: The case of the London–Lund Corpus 2. Research in Corpus Linguistics [Special issue].

Data from LLC–2

  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (2020). Resonance in dialogue: The interplay between intersubjective motivations and cognitive facilitation [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University.
  • Põldvere, N., & Paradis, C. (2020). ‘What and then a little robot brings it to you?’ The reactive what-x construction in spoken dialogue. English Language and Linguistics, 24(2), 307–332. [Available here (Open Access)].
  • Põldvere, N., & Paradis, C. (2019). Motivations and mechanisms for the development of the reactive what-x construction in spoken dialogue. Journal of Pragmatics, 143, 65–84. [Available here].

Presentations

Methodology

  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (2020, May). The new London–Lund Corpus 2: Key methodological challenges and innovations. The 41st Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, Heidelberg, Germany. [Virtual conference; slides available here (Academia)].
  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (2020, May). On the importance of audio material in spoken corpus linguistics: A case study of the London–Lund Corpus 2. The 41st Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, Heidelberg, Germany. [Virtual conference; slides available here (Academia)].
  • Paradis, C. (2019, September). The new London–Lund Corpus (LLC–2): A window into natural speech in the 21st century. The 8th Biennial International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English, Bamberg, Germany. [Invited speaker].
  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (2019, September). The new London–Lund Corpus (LLC–2): Design, compilation, access. International symposium Spoken Language Across Time, Lund, Sweden. [Slides available here (Academia)].
  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (2017, May). The London–Lund Corpus 2: A new corpus of spoken British English in the making. The 38th Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, Prague, Czech Republic. [Slides available here (Academia)].

Data from LLC–2

  • Põldvere, N. (2021, June). Tracking change in epistemic stance constructions expressing advice in the London–Lund Corpora. The 21st International Conference on English Historical Linguistics. Leiden, Netherlands.
  • Paradis, C. (2020, September). Negotiating stances across speaker turns in everyday conversation. International Conference on Stance, (Inter)Subjectivity & Identity in Discourse. Madrid, Spain. [Virtual conference; slides available here].
  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (2020, July). The interplay between social motivation and cognitive facilitation in dialogic resonance. The 7th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Birmingham, UK. [Virtual conference; slides available here (Academia)].
  • Paradis, C. (2020, March). The brand new London–Lund Corpus (LLC–2): Exploring contemporary youngspeak. Alicante Linguistics Forum: Lexical Creativity in Youth Language, Alicante, Spain. [Postponed due to COVID-19].
  • De Felice, R., & Põldvere, N. (2019, June). What you give is what you get: Advice-giving and uptake in conversation. The 40th Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
  • Põldvere, N., & Paradis, C. (2018, July). “What cause you were knackered?” The reactive what-x construction in two corpora of Present-Day spoken English. The 5th Conference of the International Society for the Linguistics of English, London, UK. [Slides available here (Academia)].
  • Põldvere, N., & Paradis, C. (2018, June). Constructions in context: The reactive what-x construction in English conversation. International workshop Constructions: Theoretical, Typological and Applied Perspectives, Copenhagen, Denmark. [Invited speakers; slides available here (Academia)].
  • Põldvere, N., De Felice, R., & Paradis, C. (2018, June). “Why don’t you go and do something different for a year?” Tracking change in constructions expressing advice in spontaneous conversation. The 39th Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English, Tampere, Finland. [Slides available here (Academia)].
  • Põldvere, N., Johansson, V., & Paradis, C. (2017, October). Turn-taking through the lens of dialogic resonance in spontaneous conversation. International workshop Building Categories in Interaction: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Categorization, Bologna, Italy. [Slides available here (Academia)].
  • Põldvere, N. (2017, September). “It’s not polite to interrupt!” Or is it? How gender and status affect turn-taking practices in English conversation. Night of Culture, Lund, Sweden.
  • Põldvere, N., Paradis, C., & Johansson, V. (2017, July). Dialogic resonance in the negotiation of stance: A study of spontaneous conversation in the London–Lund Corpus 2. The 15th International Pragmatics Conference, Belfast, UK. (Slides available here (Academia)].
  • Põldvere, N., Paradis, C., & Johansson, V. (2017, April). Timing and content of (dis)agreement in conversation: First results from the London–Lund Corpus 2. The 6th Conference of the Scandinavian Association for Language and Cognition, Lund, Sweden. [Slides available here (Academia)].