University of Lancaster
This paper examines issues to do with interpreting keyword lists (Scott
1999), such as over-attending to lexical differences whilst ignoring
differences in word usage and/or similarities between texts. Using a
variety of technniques (e.g. analysis of key clusters or annotated
data), I show how researchers can use keyword analyses to obtain a more
accurate picture of the distinctive features of their texts or corpora.
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