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The Hong Kong-Beijing-Lancaster Symposium (REMLing) on ​​Research Methodologies for PhD Studies in Linguistics was held online March 17 and 18, 2022. REMLing2022 was co-sponsored by the Holiday Center for Intelligent Applications of Linguistics at Municipal University (HCLS). MIIT Center for AI-based Language Information Processing (CALIP) at Hokuhan University in Hong Kong and Beijing, and ESRC Center (CASS) for a corpus approach to social sciences at Lancaster University. This event is sponsored by the Beijing-University of Hong Kong Alliance in Hong Kong. The three research centers are themselves manifestations of different perspectives on language. HCLS is basically motivated by the concept of language Haridayan as a social phenomenon, CALIP belongs to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, and CASS is characterized by the British Economic and Social Research Council. All three have a common foundation in a corpus-based language approach. The event represented a new initiative in generally internationally coordinated doctoral training, emphasizing the importance of research methodologies. We leveraged the expertise of local and regional linguists as well as European scholars from CityU, Beihang University, Lancaster University, University of Birmingham, Tilburg University and the University of Vienna. Four keynotes were given by internationally influential scholars from Lancaster University, CityU, and Beihang University. Dr. Christoph A. Hafner of the City U English Department gave a keynote speech on a qualitative approach to genre analysis. The event was presented by doctoral researchers from CityU, Beihang University, Lancaster University, Birmingham University, Leuven Catholic University, Fudan University, Nanyang University of Science and Technology, Xiamen University, and Zhejiang Gongshang University. Five of CityU’s PhD students presented their research and four gave the best presentations … Source link

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