Dictionaries: Notions and Expectations

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Page629-636
AuthorRosamund Moon
TitleDictionaries: Notions and Expectations
AbstractThis paper is concerned with popular perceptions in Britain about dictionaries. Its main focus is on ways in which these perceptions can be gauged: surveys of and comments by individuals; corpus data; and evidence drawn from the media. There are implications with respect to issues of ideology and lexicography, and also with respect to perceptions about the lexicon.
SessionDifferent Lexicographical and Lexicological Topics
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@InProceedings{ELX02-068,
author = {Rosamund Moon},
title = {Dictionaries: Notions and Expectations },
pages = {629-636},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the 10th EURALEX International Congress},
year = {2002},
month = {aug},
date = {13-17},
address = {KĂžbenhavn, Denmark},
editor = {Anna Braasch and Claus Povlsen},
publisher = {Center for Sprogteknologi},
isbn = {87-90708-09-1},
}
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