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<p>The data was sampled during my PhD project and contains 615 dative constructions from Jamaican English sampled from ICE. More detailed information on the sampling procedure can be found in:</p> <p>Röthlisberger, Melanie. 2018. Regional variation in probabilistic grammars: A multifactorial study of the English dative alternation. PhD dissertation, KU Leuven.</p> <p>The Jamaican component of the dataset was additionally enriched with social information on speakers. This information was kindly made available by Martin Schweinberger (see <a href="http://www.martinschweinberger.de/blog/resources" rel="nofollow">www.martinschweinberger.de/blog/resources</a>)</p> <p>Please cite the dataset as:</p> <p>Röthlisberger, Melanie. 2020. <em>The Jamaican dative dataset.</em> DOI 10.17605/<a href="http://OSF.IO/W3AB4" rel="nofollow">OSF.IO/W3AB4</a></p> <p>The dataset comes with a CC-BY-NC licence (for research purposes only)!</p>
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