2005
DOI: 10.1093/ijl/eci051
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Collocation, Colligation and Encoding Dictionaries. Part II: Lexicographical Aspects

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“…The crucial role played by these units in language is beginning to be recognized, as evidenced by a range of new publications (cf. Siepmann 2006;Gilquin et al 2007;Pecman 2008). This remodelling of the field should go hand in hand with a better appropriation of the highly-developed analytical instruments provided by the traditional approach.…”
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“…The crucial role played by these units in language is beginning to be recognized, as evidenced by a range of new publications (cf. Siepmann 2006;Gilquin et al 2007;Pecman 2008). This remodelling of the field should go hand in hand with a better appropriation of the highly-developed analytical instruments provided by the traditional approach.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Siepmann (2005Siepmann ( , 2006 critically reviews different approaches to collocation, and tries to synthesize recent advances in collocational theory into a coherent framework for lexicological theory and lexicographic practice. He concludes that "the traditional dictionary-making process should be turned on its head: rather than starting from an alphabetical framework it should proceed from a bilingual or multilingual onomasiological research base (Siepmann, 2006)." Svensén (2009) discusses in more details the approaches to collocational information in a L1-L2 dictionary.…”
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“…The semantic role 'SUBJECT' is used her in want of a better term for an entity which is related to something else. 26 For discussions of collocation see also Ellis, Frey andJalkanen (2009), Handl (2008), Hausmann (2007), Herbst (2011a), Mel'čuk, (2003, Mollet et al, (2011), Schmid (2003 and Siepmann (2005). See also Croft and Cruse (2004: 249-250), who classify collocations as "encoding idioms".…”
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