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date: 11 July 2020

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This chapter is concerned with the design process of phonological corpora. After attempting a definition of a phonological corpus, it discusses the most important elements in their design including corpus storage, sustainability, sharing and reuse, questions of corpus representativeness and size, and raw data selection as well as the issue of time-aligned phonological annotations. The chapter ends with a discussion of theories of the corpus creation process.

Keywords: corpus design, representativeness, data collection, corpus creation process

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