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Title: Arrah, like, you know: The dynamics of discourse marking in ICE-Ireland.
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Keywords: Discourse markers
Irish English
Corpus linguistics
Discourse analysis
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Jeffrey L. Kallen, Arrah, like, you know: The dynamics of discourse marking in ICE-Ireland., Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, Limerick, 2006, 2006
Abstract: For over 400 years, dramatists, novelists, and other writers seeking to depict Irish characters have relied in part on words and phrases taken to be indexical of Irishness when representing the conversational functions now associated with the term 'discourse marker'. In keeping with the general trend in the lexical development of Irish English, many of the terms which are commonly cited are etymologically derived from Irish and carry over similar discourse functions.
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