By Piet van Sterkenburg
It is a state of the art consultant to the interesting global of the lexicon and its description in a variety of varieties of dictionaries.
A group of specialists brings jointly an excellent creation to Lexicography and leads you thru decision-making procedures step by step to bring together and layout dictionaries for common and particular reasons. The domain names of lexicography are defined and its particular terminology is defined within the thesaurus. every one bankruptcy presents abundant feedback for additional studying. obviously, digital dictionaries, corpus research, and database administration are primary issues through the book.
The e-book additionally "introduces" questions about the various sorts of definition, which means, feel relatives, and stylistics. and that's no longer all: these afraid to embark on a dictionary event will discover all concerning the pitfalls within the chapters on Design.
A functional consultant to Lexicography introduces and seduces you to benefit concerning the achievements, unforeseen chances, and demanding situations of modern day lexicography.
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Extra resources for A Practical Guide to Lexicography (Terminology and Lexicography Research and Practice)
Sometimes, the information available from such sources may be insufficient or ambiguous. ) who, basically, vote on degrees of usage of various conflicting options of the problematic issues; these are then recorded in the dictionary in a separate box. e. the number of attested records of the item necessary to fulfill the requirements of reliability and sufficiency. One extreme is represented by the hapax legomenon (“said once”, Greek), the other by an obvious influx of the same repeated evidence, which can represent a real threat to the lexicographer’s efficiency if a large corpus is being used.
Grammatical, etymological or phonetic information is only rarely looked up. In the case of foreign languages, bilingual dictionaries are used more frequently than monolingual ones in most of the cases. The degree of satisfaction with what was found in the dictionary varies considerably, yielding percentages between 55 and 95 (see Bogaards 1988 for more details). As can be seen, this type of data is rather vague and does not tell us very much about what people are really doing when they consult a dictionary, or about the specific qualities of different (types of) dictionaries.
When in need of more information and data support, they may specifically consult their corpus, if any, use specialised dictionaries, indexes or encyclopaedias (in the case of terms, usually) or resort to other techniques. These techniques include a variety of fieldwork approaches, the most common being interviews or questionnaires. These sources are rather expensive and time-consuming, however. In a well-established lexicographical tradition, these are undertaken by native professionals for reasons which are quite different from the situation when a first dictionary of a language is planned.