Contexts in source publication

Context 1
... it declines in frequency, the term "homosexual" may eventually appear in the corpus with the same frequency as "heterosexual". Table 1 displays the normalized frequency for both "homosexual" and "heterosexual" in COHA over time. In the year 2000, the difference in frequency for the terms was only 1.12 per million words. ...
Context 2
... question then surfaces as to whether religious discourse in general draws attention to and marks the sexual activity of gay individuals, while ignoring and leaving unmarked and unremarked the sexual activity of heterosexual ones. Table 10 contains the ten most occurring noun collocations for "heterosexual" and "homosexual" within religious magazines. Two of the top ten most occurring nouns collocating with "homosexual" align with the discourse prosody of externally-oriented sexual and/or transient behavior, while another three align with the discourse prosody of internal dispositions and thoughts. ...
Context 3
... formation is a "process of adopting values or beliefs, or engaging in behaviors, that are in opposition to feelings or impulses experienced within oneself that are deemed unacceptable" ( Weinstein et al., 2012, et al.). The analysis of noun and adjectival collocations within religious writing (Tables 9 and 10) suggests there is more interest in same-sex sexual activity than in opposite-sex sexual activity in religious discourse. ...