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Senior Research Associate in Corpus Linguistics

Salary:   £31,331 to £36,298
Closing Date:   Tuesday 02 July 2013
Interview Date:   Tuesday 06 August 2013
Reference:  A689R

The Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, funded by the ESRC, is seeking to appoint to an 18 month research position supervised by John Urry in the Sociology Department to work on ‘discourses of climate change’.

You will pursue research on developing new approaches to the use of corpus linguistics within the social sciences, in particular relating to discourses around climate change and energy within Britain and Brazil. A knowledge of English and Portuguese is essential, as well as some familiarity with social science approaches to the environment and an interest in corpus approaches to the analysis of language.
You will join an interdisciplinary team of internationally renowned researchers within CASS.  You will be offered excellent career progression opportunities through the ESRC Centre.
This post is likely to commence on 1 October 2013.

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Tony McEnery,

Further information on the Sociology Department can be found at:

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