QLVL members - Jocelyne Daems
Jocelyne Daems studied English and French literature and linguistics at the University of Antwerp (UA), where she obtained her MA degree in French literature and linguistics in 2011. Enthralled by linguistics, she enrolled in the Advanced Master in Linguistics programme at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven). Through her MA thesis and research apprenticeship, she came in contact with the QLVL research group. In October 2012, she started her PhD within the QLVL research group, working on semasiological and onomasiological variation, and the link between the two.
Phone: +32 16 32 48 25
Surface mail: Department of Linguistics, Blijde-Inkomststraat 21 PO Box 03308, B-3000 Leuven, Belgium
Office: room 02.42 of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Leuven
Jocelyne's PhD research is part of the OT project 3H110243: 'From lexical to semantic sociolectometry: new methods for the corpus-based analysis of variation in lexical categorisation' [see project page]. To this extent, she studies semasiological ('meaning') and onomasiological ('naming') variation along regional and stratificational dimensions in the Dutch lexicon. Smaller case studies on a limited number of lexical fields (traffic, IT and emotion concepts) set the stage for aggregate sociolectometric analyses.