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Aguado-Jiménez, P., Pérez-Paredes, P., Sánchez, P. (2012). Exploring the use of multidimensional analysis of learner language to promote register awareness. System 40: 90-103.

Bhatia, V. K. 2012. Book review: Register, Genre, and Style (by D. Biber and S. Conrad, Cambridge University Press, NewYork). Journal of Sociolinguistics 16/4, 2012: 558–561

Biber, D.  Finegan, E. (Eds.) 1994. Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Register. New York: Oxford University Press.

Biber, D. 1988, 1991. Variation across speech and writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Biber, D. 1993. Using register-diversified corpora for general language studies. Computational Linguistics, 19:219-41.

Biber, D. 1995. Dimensions of register variation: A cross-linguistic comparison. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Biber, D. 2003. Variation among university spoken and written registers: a new multi-dimensional approach. In: Leistyna, P., Meyer, Ch.F. (Eds.), Corpus Analysis. Language Structure and Language Use. Rodopi, Amsterdam, New York.

Biber, D. 2006. University Language. A Corpus-based Study of Spoken and Written Registers. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, Philadelphia.

Biber, D. 2012. Register as a predictor of linguistic variation. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 6/1: 9-37.

Biber, D., Connor, U. and Upton, T. 2007. Discourse on the Move: Using Corpus Analysis to Describe Discourse Structure. Amsterdam: John Benjamins

Biber, D., Conrad, S. 2009. Register, Genre and Style. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Biber, D., Conrad, S., Reppen, R., Byrd, P., Helt, M., 2002. Speaking and writing in the university: a multi-dimensional comparison. TESOL Quarterly 36, 9e48.

Biber, D., Conrad, S.M.R., Reppen, Byrd, P., Helt, M., Clark, Csomay E., Cortes, V., Urzua, A., 2004. Representing Language Use in the University: Analysis of the TOEFL 2000 Spoken and Written Academic Language Corpus. In: TOEFL Monograph Series, MS-25 (January).

Biber, D., Johansson, S., Leech, G., Conrad, S., Finegan, E., 1999. Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written English. Pearson Education, Essex, England.

Biber, D., U. Connor & T. A. Upton. 2007. Discourse on the move: using corpus analysis to describe discourse structure. Amsterdam: John Benjamins P.C.

Boas, F. 1911. The Mind of Primitive Man. From

Boas, F. 1940, Race, Language, and Culture. New York: Macmillan

Chiu, R. 1973. Measuring register characteristics. IRAL, 11: 51-68.

Connor-Linton, J., Shohamy, E., 2001. Register validation, oral proficiency, sampling, and the promise of multi dimensional analysis. In: Conrad, S., Biber, D. (Eds.), Variation in English: Multi-Dimensional Studies. Pearson Education Limited, Essex, pp. 124e137.

Conrad, S., Biber, D., 2001. Variation in English. Multi-Dimensional Studies. Pearson Education, Harlow. CRAT: Corpus Research Analysis Tool.

Davies, A. 1969. The notion of register. Educational Review, 22/1: 64-77.

Davies, A. 1970. The notion of register. Journal of the School of Education. Univ. of Birmingham.

Ferguson, C. A. 1959. Diglossia. Word, 15:325-40.

Fillmore, C. J. 1992. “Corpus linguistics” or “Computer-aided armchair linguistics”. In J. Svartvik (ed.) Directions in Corpus Linguistics: Proceedings from a 1991 Nobel Symposium on Corpus Linguistics 82, 35-60. Stockholm, 4-8 August 1991. Mouton de Gruyter.

Firth, J.R. 1935. The technique of semantics. Transactions of the Philological Society, 36-72.

Frog, Koski, K. (Eds.) (2012). Register. Intersections of Language, Context and Communication. Pre-Print Materials of the International Colloquium 23rd–25th May 2012 Helsinki, Finland. Folkloristiikan toimite 17. Helsinki: Folklore Studies, University of Helsinki.

Ghadessy, M. (Ed). 1993. Register analysis: theory and practice. London: Pinter Publishers.

Ghadessy, M. (Ed.). 1988. Registers of written English: situational factors and linguistic features. London: Pinter Publishers.

Ghadessy, M., 1994. Key concepts in ELT: register. ELT Journal 48 (3), 288e289.

Giménez-Moreno, R. 1997. The Boundaries of the Concepts of Genre, Register and Style in Academic  Discourse, in J. Piqué and D. J. Viera. Applied Languages: Theory and Practice in ESP. Valencia: Universitat de València.

Giménez-Moreno, R. 2006. A new approach to register variation: the missing link.  Ibérica 12: 89-110.

Giménez-Moreno, R. 2010. English for higher education studies, in R. Giménez Moreno (ed.), Words for Working. Professional and Academic English for International Business and Economics, 295-334. Valencia: PUV.

Giménez-Moreno, R. 2011a. Register variation in international business correspondence. International Journal of English Studies 11, 1: 15-34.

Giménez-Moreno, R. 2011b. Role fluctuation in professional English register variation, in M. L. Carrió, J. Contreras, F. Olmo, H. Skorsczynska, I. Tamarit, D. Westall (eds.), La Investigación y la Enseñanza Aplicadas a las Lenguas de Especialidad y a la Tecnología, 71-79. Valencia: Universitat Politècnica de València.

Giménez-Moreno, R.; Skorczynska, H. 2013. Business communication across three European cultures: a contrastive analysis of British, Spanish and Polish email writing. Ibérica 26 (Special issue on Intercultural and International Business Communication): 77-98.

Giménez-Moreno, R.; Skorczynska, H. 2013. Corpus Analysis and Register Variation: A field in need of an update. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 95: 402-408.

Gregory, M. & S. Carroll.1978. Language and Situation. Language Varieties and their Social Contexts. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd.

Gregory, M. 1967. Aspects of varieties differentiation. Journal of Linguistics 3: 177-197.

Gregory, M. and Carroll, S. 1978. Language and Situation: Language Varieties and their Social Contexts, London,’ Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Gregory, M.J.1967. Aspects of varieties differentiation. Journal of Linguistics 3, 177e198.

Halliday, M.A.K. 1988. On the Language of Physical Science. In M. Ghadessy,(ed.) Registers of Written English. Pinter Publishers.

Halliday, M.A.K., A. McIntosh & P. Strevens. 1964. The Linguistic Sciences and Language Teaching. London: Longman.

Halliday, MAK. 1980. Register Variation and the Identity of a Text. Sophia Linguistica, 6: 60-79

Hymes, D. 1974. Foundations in Sociolinguistics: An Ethnographic Approach. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Joos, M. 1967. The Five Clocks. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Leckie-Tarry, H. 1993. The specification of a text: Register, genre and language teaching. In Ghadessy. M, pp.26-42.

Lee, D. 2002. Genres, registers, text types, domains and styles: clarifying the concepts and navigating a path through the BNC jungle. Teaching and Learning by Doing Corpus Analysis, Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics 42: 247-292.

Malinowski, B. 1923. The problem of meaning in primitive languages. Supplementary essay in C.K. Ogden and I.A. Richards, The meaning of meaning, 296-336. New York: Harcourt, Brace.

Reid, T. B. 1956. Linguistics, structuralism, philology. Archivum Linguisticum 8.

Reppen, R., Fitzmaurice, S. M., Biber, D. 2002. Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic Variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Reppen, R., S. M. Fitzmaurice & D. Biber (Eds.). 2002. Using corpora to explore linguistic variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins P.C.

Sampson, J. 1997. “Genre”, “style” and “register”. Sources of confusion? (Proposing consistent meanings for the terms in linguistics) Revue Belge de Philologie et d’Histoire 75, 3: 699-708.

Takahashi, K. 2006. A study of register variation in the British National Corpus. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 21/1: 111-126.

Ure, J. 1968. Practical Registers, in English Language Teaching 23: 107-215.

Ure, J. 1971. Lexical Density and Register Differentiation. In Perren, G.E.; Trim, J.L.M. (eds.) Applications of Linguistics: Selected Papers of the Second International Congress of Applied Linguistics. Cambridge.

Ure, J. 1982. Introduction: approaches to the study of register range. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 35:5-23.