“A corpus-based analysis of negation in some 19th-century American missionary documents in Honolulu”
Iyeiri, Yoko and Mariko Fukunaga. 2021. “A corpus-based analysis of negation in some 19th-century American missionary documents in Honolulu”, in ICAME 41 Heidelberg Digital Conference, Language and Linguistics in a Complex World: Data, Interdisciplinarity, Transfer, and the Next Generation, Extended Book of Abstracts, ed. Beatrix Busse, Nina Dumrukcic, and Ruth Möhlig-Falke, pp. 110-113. （Downloadable from https://kups.ub.uni-koeln.de/36462/1/ICAME41%20Extended%20Book%20of%20Abstracts.pdf）
This is an abstract of the paper (of the same title) presented at ICAME 41, which took place online on 20-23 May 2020 and which was organized by the Heidelberg University team. The above link guides you to the online version of the booklet of extended abstracts.
The full paper of this study has now been published and is available as “A Corpus-based Analysis of Negation in Selected 19th-century American Missionary Documents in Honolulu” as a book chapter in Language and Linguistics in a Complex World (ed. Beatrix Busse, Nina Dumrukcic, and Ingo Kleiber, De Gruyter, 2022). It is recommended to read this fully-published version. (2023)