Defining with Simple Vocabulary in English Dictionaries

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This book investigates an important but under-researched aspect of dictionary making: the use of a controlled vocabulary in definitions. The main concern of the author is the role of a definition vocabulary in how foreign learners understand and perceive dictionary definitions. The author takes the reader through a detailed historical account of controlled vocabularies and examines definitions in a range of English dictionaries with respect to their vocabulary loads. He performs a series of experiments with university students to reveal merits and shortcomings of restricted vocabularies. This monograph has been written with the aim to fill a gap in the literature on defining vocabulary. It is intended for lexicographers, dictionary editors, course designers, teachers, and students, as well as anyone who wishes to explain words in an intelligible way.
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Table of Contents
List of tables
xi–xii
List of figures
xiii
Abbreviations used in the text1
xv
Acknowledgements
xvii
Introduction
1–9
Chapter 1. Pioneering research on vocabulary control
11–45
Chapter 2. Other major projects on vocabulary control
47–88
Chapter 3. Defining with a controlled vocabulary: Preliminary insights
89–136
Chapter 4. Quantitative analyses
137–169
Chapter 5. Qualitative analysis
171–225
Chapter 6. The defining vocabulary and the user
227–245
General conclusions
247–252
Appendix 1. The Core Defining Vocabulary (CDV)
253–262
Appendix 2. Word Familiarity Page
263–267
References
Index
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Subjects

Terminology & Lexicography

Terminology
BIC Subject: CFM – Lexicography
BISAC Subject: LAN021000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Spelling & Vocabulary
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