Spoken language in dictionaries: does it really matter?

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Page311-318
AuthorLars Trap-Jensen
TitleSpoken language in dictionaries: does it really matter?
AbstractThe paper asks in retrospect whether the end product has justified the time-consuming task of incorporating spoken data in the corpus underlying a new six volume dictionary of contemporary Danish, in what way has the inclusion ofspoken language affected the overall appearance, which parts ofthe vocabulary are particularly affected, and was it altogether worth the effort?
SessionThe Dictionary-Making Process
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BibTex
@InProceedings{ELX04-032,
author = {Lars Trap-Jensen},
title = {Spoken language in dictionaries: does it really matter? },
pages = {311-318},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the 11th EURALEX International Congress},
year = {2004},
month = {july},
date = {6-10},
address = {Lorient, France},
editor = {Geoffrey Williams and Sandra Vessier},
publisher = {UniversiteĢ de Bretagne-Sud, FaculteĢ des lettres et des sciences humaines},
isbn = {29-52245-70-3},
}
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