volume 34, issue 2018, P157-182 2019
DOI: 10.1515/lex-2018-0008
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Carolin Müller-Spitzer, Martina Nied Curcio, María José Domínguez Vázquez, Idalete Maria Silva Dias, Sascha Wolfer

Abstract: AbstractIn the past two decades, more and more dictionary usage studies have been published, but most of them deal with the question what users appreciate about dictionaries, which dictionaries they use and which information they need in specific situations. These studies presuppose that users indeed consult lexicographic resources. However, language teachers and lecturers of linguistics often have the impression that students use too few high-quality dictionaries in their every-day work. Against this backgrou…

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