A Spectrum of Lexicography
Robert F. Ilson | University College, London
This collection presents a balanced yet vivid picture of many of the domains of activity of lexicography. Ten contributors from eight countries discuss monolingual dictionaries (for learners and native speakers), bilingual dictionaries, an original approach to computer-aided lexicography, and the use of lexical material in language teaching. The collection of data; the inclusion, exclusion and ordering of material; definition and translation; and the provision of adequate information about grammatical valency, these are among the special topics treated, with many examples of the problems encountered and suggestions as to how they may be solved. A general introduction highlights the shared concerns that characterize the international discipline of contemporary dictionary-making.
[Not in series, 28] 1987. ix, 158 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
IntroductionRobert F. Ilson | p. vii
Types of Semantic Information in DictionariesDirk Geeraerts | p. 11
Methodology in a non-Spanish dictionary of the Spanish Language: The Diccionario del español de MéxicoLuis Fernando Lara | p. 11
A Proposal for a Valency Dictionary of EnglishThomas Herbst | p. 29
How to Define a Defining VocabularyF. Neubauer | p. 49
Towards a Taxonomy of Dictionary DefinitionsRobert F. Ilson | p. 61
Controle de l’équivalence dans les dictionnaires bilinguesJ-C. Choul | p. 75
Deux types de dictionnaires bilingues de pocheG. Schorr | p. 91
Scientific and Practical Problems of a Hindi-German DictionaryL. Baganz | p. 101
De l’interférence au transfert, ou “peur-on enseigner le SAE?”Bruno Callebaut | p. 115
A Practical Semi-Automated Strategy for Homograph DiscriminationNina Devons | p. 129
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Terminology & Lexicography
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LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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