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Principles of Constructing Microstructures in Etymological References

Principles of Constructing Microstructures in Etymological References

Perspectives on Modelling the Structure of Etymons

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Erscheint im September 2024

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Sprache: Englisch
ca. 250 Seiten, gebunden
ISBN: 978-3-8471-1772-8
V&R unipress, 1. Edition, 2024
The main theme of the volume is the exploration and identification of the fundamental principles... mehr
Principles of Constructing Microstructures in Etymological References
The main theme of the volume is the exploration and identification of the fundamental principles involved in constructing and understanding the microstructures found within etymological references. The authors offer an in-depth examination of designing etymological dictionaries, focusing on the principles behind constructing their microstructures. It begins by exploring the evolution of lexicographic sources and their role in societal knowledge organization. The work then delves into the methodology of building dictionary entries, discussing the integration of traditional and cognitive-synergetic principles to better capture the linguistic nuances of words. Through comprehensive analysis and detailed examples, this volume provides a profound understanding of how etymological information is systematically organized and presented.
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    • Yan Kapranov
    • Dr Yan Kapranov is a distinguished scholar in Comparative and Macrocomparative Linguistics. As an assistant professor at the School of Humanities and Fine Arts, University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw, Poland. He has contributed significantly to studying global language systems and their historical development.
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    • Bożena Iwanowska
    • Dr Bożena Iwanowska is an Assistant Professor at the School of Social Sciences, University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw, Poland. Additionally, as the Director of the UEHS Academic Center for Holocaust and Genocide Research, she integrates her linguistic expertise with historical research, focusing mainly on the impact of tragic historical events on language evolution and usage.
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    • Bolesław Cieślik
    • Dr Bolesław Cieślik is an Assistant Professor at the Department of German Linguistics, Institute of Neophilology, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland. His specialization in Comparative Linguistics, focusing on German languages, places him at the forefront of research in understanding the complexities and historical developments of the Germanic language family.
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