DiG 10 (2002), 59-76 A Report on the Corpus Oral Dialectal del Catala Actual (COD) Maria-Rosa Lloret and M. Pilar Perea 1. Introduction Since 1991 the Department of Catalan Philology has been preparing a set of linguistic corpora of contemporary Catalan. It is called Corpus de la Universität de Barcelona (CUB), or the University of Barcelona Corpus. The aim of the project is to gather representative data in order to contribute to the study of language variation from a geographical, social, and functional perspective.* The project is divided in two major areas of study: one is concerned with written data and the other with spoken data. The first one is called the Written Catalan Corpus (or CECA). It is based on information from newspapers. The second is called the Spoken Catalan Corpus (or COCA). It includes three groups dealing with functional, social, and geographical variation. Within the functional area of research (the COF), there are three subcorpora: the COM (or Media Corpus), which deals with data from radio and TV advertisements, the COC (or Speech Corpus), which studies textual phenomena and casual speech, and the COR (or Functional Varieties Corpus), which studies functional varieties and ethnographical aspects of
Dialectologia et Geolinguistica – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 2002
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