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Lexicographica: Series Maior

Supplementbände zum Internationalen Jahrbuch für Lexikographie

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Hartmann, Reinhard R. K. (Hrsg.): LEXeter '83 PROCEEDINGS. Papers from the International Conference on Lexicography at Exter, 9-12 September 1983. XI/452 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1984.
ISBN: 3-484-30901-6
Dieser Band ist im IDS verfügbar:
[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. QB 835
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E-Book (PDF). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-134731-8

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface S. IX
Note on conventions S. XI
Part I: Historical Lexicography and the General Dictionary
Sinclair, John M.:
  Lexicography as an academic subject S. 3
Wiegand, Herbert Ernst:
  On the structure and contents of a general theory of lexicography S. 13
 
Allsopp, Richard:
  Caribbean English as a challenge to lexicography S. 31
Arthurs, James:
  Lexicography and linguistic change: Canada and the World Cup S. 42
Bronstein, Arthur J.:
  Updating a Dictionary of American English Pronunciation S. 51
Dagenais, Louise:
  Two principles in definitions of an Explanatory-Combinatorial Dictionary S. 58
Doležal, Fredric:
  The construction of entries in the Alphabetical Dictionary (1668) of John Wilkins and William Lloyd S. 67
Filipovič, Rudolf:
  Can a dictionary of -isms be an Etymological Dictionary? S. 73
Ilson, Robert:
  The communicative significance of some lexicographic conventions S. 80
Kay, Christian H.:
  The Historical Thesaurus of English S. 87
Kerling, Johan:
  Franciscus Junius, 17th-century lexicography and Middle English S. 92
Kipfer, Barbara A.:
  Methods of ordering senses within entries S. 101
Kirkness, Alan:
  The etymology of Europeanisms, or: lexicographers' difficulties with 'lexicographer' IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 109
Neubauer, Fritz:
  The language of explanation in monolingual dictionaries S. 117
Stein, Gabriele:
  Towards a theory of lexicography: principles and/vs. practice in modern English dictionaries S. 124
Stock, Penelope F.:
  Polysemy S. 131
Whitcut, Janet:
  Sexism in dictionaries S. 141
Part II: Bilingual Lexicography and the Pedagogical Dictionary
Zgusta, Ladislav:
  Translational equivalence in the bilingual dictionary S. 147
Cowie, Anthony P.:
  EFL dictionaries: past achievements and present needs S. 155
 
Broders, Tom / Hyams, Phil:
  The pronunciation component of an English-Dutch dictionary S. 165
Creamer, Thomas:
  Recent and forthcoming Chinese-English and English-Chinese dictionaries form the People's Republic of China S. 176
Hatherall, Glyn:
  Studying dictionary use: some findings and proposals S. 183
Hayward, Timothy / Moulin, André:
  False friends invigorated S. 190
Kharma, Nayef N.:
  Contextualization and the bilingual learner's dictionary S. 199
Kromann, Hans-Peder / Riiber, Theis / Rosbach, Poul:
  'Active' and 'passive' bilingual dictionaries: the Ščerba concept reconsidered S. 207
Lovatt, Edwin A.:
  Illustrative examples in an bilingual colloquial dictionary S. 216
Magay, Tamás:
  Technical or general: problems of vocabulary selection in a medium-size bilingual dictionary S. 221
Martín, Leocadio:
  Lexical fields and stepwise lexical decomposition in a contrastive English-Spanish verb valency dictionary S. 226
Mdee, James S.:
  Constructing an entry in a learner's dictionary of Standard Kiswahili S. 237
Niedzielski, Henry:
  Semantic considerations of 'set' and some of its French equivalents S. 242
Ogasawara, Linju:
  Problems in improving Japanese
English-learners' dictionaries
S. 253
Pedersen, Viggo H.:
  Reflections on the treatment of prepositions in bilingual dictionaries, and suggestions for a statistical approach S. 258
Särkkä, Heikki:
  Improving the usability of the Finnish comprehension dictionary S. 268
Snell-Hornby, Mary:
  The bilingual dictionary – help or hindrance? S. 274
Thompson, Sandra A.:
  Bilingual dictionaries and the notion of 'lexical categories' in Chinese S. 282
Tomaszczyk, Jerzy:
  The culture-bound element in bilingual dictionaries S. 289
Part III: Computational Lexicography and the Terminological Dictionary
Knowles, Francis E.:
  Dictionaries and computers S. 301
Sager, Juan C.:
  Terminology and the technical dictionary S. 315
 
Calzolari, Nicoletta / Ceccotti, Maria L. / Roventini, Adriana:
  Computational tools for an analysis of terminological data in a general dictionary S. 327
El-Sayed, Dawood H.:
  Notes on teh Arabization of the terminology of modern linguistics S. 333
Engel, Gert / Madsen, Bodil N.:
  From dictionary to data-base S. 339
Gläser, Rosemarie:
  Terminological problems in linguistics, with special reference to neologisms S. 345
Hjulstad, Håvard:
  Terminology work in Norway and the Norwegian Term Bank S. 352
Jacobson, Sven:
  Three Types of terminologies S. 355
Lyne, Anthony A.:
  On rooting out words with inflated frequencies in word-counts of specialized registers S. 362
Mathias, Jim:
  Computer-aided processing of Chinese lexicographic materials S. 371
Merkin, Reuven:
  Historical dictionaries and the computer – another view S. 377
Michiels, Archibal / Noël, Jacques:
  The pro's and con's of a controlled defining vocabulary in a learner's dictionary S. 385
Pugh, Jeanette:
  Contrastive conceptual analysis of noun compound terms in English, French and Spanish within a restricted, specialized domain S. 395
Riggs, Fred W.:
  Lexicographical terminology: some observations S. 401
Sciarone, Abondio:
  The organization of the bilingual dictionary S. 413
Siliakus, Henk:
  To list, or not to list?
Computer-aided word lists for the humanities and social sciences
S. 420
Teubert, Wolfgang:
  Setting up a lexicographical data-base for German S. 425
Vollnhals, Otto:
  Utilization of a commercial linguistic data-base system for electronic storage and automated production of dictionaries S. 430
Webster, Jonathan J.:
  The PROLEX project S. 435
 
Bibliography of cited dictionaries S. 441
List of authors' affiliations S. 450

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