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Conceptualizations of Grammar in the History of English GrammaticologyMargaret Thomas Syntactic ArgumentationBas Aarts Grammar and the Use of DataJon Sprouse and Carson T. Schütze Grammar and Corpus MethodologySean Wallis Cognitive Linguistic ApproachesJohn R. Taylor Constructional ApproachesMartin Hilpert Dependency and Valency ApproachesThomas Herbst Generative ApproachesTerje Lohndal and Liliane Haegeman Functional ApproachesJ. Lachlan Mackenzie Modern and Traditional Descriptive ApproachesRodney Huddleston and Geoffrey K. Pullum Theoretical Approaches to MorphologyAndrew Spencer Inflection and DerivationAndrew Spencer CompoundsLaurie Bauer Word ClassesWillem B. Hollmann Phrase StructureRobert D. Borsley Noun PhrasesEvelien Keizer Clause Structure, Complements, and AdjunctsPatrick Duffley Clause Types and Speech Act FunctionsEkkehard König Tense and AspectIlse Depraetere and Anastasios Tsangalidis Mood and ModalityDebra Ziegeler Subordination and CoordinationThomas Egan Information StructureGunther Kaltenböck Change in GrammarMarianne Hundt Regional Varieties of English: Non-standard grammatical featuresPeter Siemund Global Variation in the Anglophone WorldBernd Kortmann Genre VariationHeidrun Dorgeloh and Anja Wanner Literary VariationLesley Jeffries