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Book Number   000106540
Dewey Call No.   410.72‚Äč1 Q1 2017
Record Format   Monograph
  Printed language
ISBN   Link9780415736329
Title   LinkQuantitative research methods for linguists : a questions and answers approach for students / Tim Grant ... [et al.].
Imprint   Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxonm : Routledge, 2017.
Descr.   xi, 152 p. :  ill. ;  24 cm.
Bibliogr.   Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents   Contents: Basic concepts of quantification and number -- Designing research projects which count things -- Survey of the sexiness of Klingon: is your data normal? -- Who speaks Low German with their children? Visualisation -- Whose English uses more present perfect? Comparison of two groups where the data is not normally distributed Mann-Whitney U test
  Contents: Is there a difference in the way `ing’ is pronounced by people from Birmingham and the Black Country? Testing for difference using chi square -- Do letter writers tend to use nouns and verbs together? Scatterplots and correlation of linear data -- Do different academic subjects have distinctive patterns of pronoun use? Comparison between three or more groups -- Asking and answering quantitative questions: conclusions.
Subject - Lib.Cong.   LinkApplied linguistics. -- Research -- Methodology.
  LinkApplied linguistics. -- Study and teaching -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  LinkLinguistics. -- Study and teaching -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Add.Entry   LinkGrant, Tim.
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