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UNIVERSIDAD DE LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA
C/ PÉREZ DEL TORO, 135003LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIAESPAÑA
Carolina Rodríguez-Juárez holds a degree in English Philology (Universidad de Granada, 1992) and a PhD in Linguistics (Universidad de La Laguna, 2003). She is a lecturer at the Department of Modern Philology, Translation and Interpretation at the Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, where she has been teaching English language and linguistics since 1996. She is also a member of the Research Institute of Text analysis and Applications (IATEXT, ULPGC) and has been the co-editor of the Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics/Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada (John Benjamins) since 2017. Her research interests have focused on second language acquisition (language learning strategies, motivational types, the use of translation/L1 in the EFL classroom, etc.) but she has also conducted research on linguistics within the theoretical frameworks of Functional Discourse Grammar, Role and Reference Grammar and the Lexical Constructional Model. In particular, she has investigated the lexico-syntactic interface in the English language with special reference to the computational treatment of the lexicon and constructional meaning in a knowledge base such as FunGramKB, and the development of syntactic rules in the NLP tool ARTEMIS.