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How to cite us - MEG-C

This page gives examples of how to cite the MEG-C corpus and the related articles on this site.

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We would like you to acknowledge us by providing the information given in the examples, adjusted to stylesheet conventions as required.

The current version of the corpus is 2011.1, and the latest changes were made in March 2011.



Citing the entire corpus website:

Either

"MEG-C" = The Middle English Grammar Corpus, version 2011.1, compiled by Merja Stenroos, Martti Mäkinen, Simon Horobin and Jeremy J. Smith, March 2011, University of Stavanger.    http://www.uis.no/meg-c  [Accessed: 1 April 2020].

Or

Stenroos, Merja, Martti Mäkinen, Simon Horobin and Jeremy J. Smith (2011), The Middle English Grammar Corpus, version 2011.1.  University of Stavanger.  http://www.uis.no/meg-c  [Accessed: 1 April 2020].



Citing a specific version of the corpus:

Stenroos, Merja, Martti Mäkinen, Simon Horobin and Jeremy J. Smith (2011), The Middle English Grammar Corpus, version 2011.1. Concordance version.  University of Stavanger.     http://www.uis.no/meg-c  [Accessed: 1 April 2020].



Citing articles from the corpus site:

Stenroos, Merja and Kjetil V. Thengs (2011), "Catalogue of sources, version 2011.1", The Middle English Grammar Corpus, compiled by Merja Stenroos, Martti Mäkinen, Simon Horobin and Jeremy J. Smith, University of Stavanger. http://www.uis.no/meg-c  [Accessed: 1 April 2020].



Citing individual corpus texts:

References to individual corpus texts should include the MEG-C codes for texts, e.g. "L0314" and a reference to the corpus flavour (e.g. Readable version) where appropriate.