Dr. Winnie Chor
Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature
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B.A. (HKU), MPhil. (HKU), Ph.D. (SydneyU)
Cognitive Linguistics; Discourse/Conversation Analysis; Language Change (from a grammaticalization perspective); Functional Approaches to Comparative Grammar; Stance-marking
Discourse Studies; Studying Meaning; Introduction to English Grammar
Taught previously at:
The Open University of Hong Kong
Li, Eden and Chor, Winnie (forthcoming). A Systemic Functional Grammar of Cantonese. Routledge.
Yap, Foongha and Chor, Winnie (2019). The grammaticalization of stance markers in Chinese. In Chris Shei (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Discourse Analysis, 230-243. Routledge.
Chor, Winnie (2019). Learning Cantonese in the Work Context of Hong Kong: Needs, Practices, and Benefits. In John Wakefield (ed.) Cantonese as a Second Language: Issues, Experiences and Suggestions for Teaching and Learning, Ch.3. Routledge.
Chor, Winnie (2018). Directional Particles in Cantonese: Form, Function and Grammaticalization. John Benjamins.
Chor, Winnie (2018). Sentence final particles as epistemic modulators in Cantonese conversations: a discourse-pragmatic perspective. Journal of Pragmatics, 129.34-47.