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Type: Journal article
Title: Research in the pipeline: where lexicography and phraseology meet
Author: Miller, J.L.
Citation: Lexicography, 2018; 5(1):23-33
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Issue Date: 2018
ISSN: 2197-4292
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Julia Miller
Abstract: In the pipeline is an English idiom referring to something abstract, such as a project, that is in progress but is not yet complete. Although some research has been published on initiatives linking lexicography and phraseology, and more research may be in the pipeline, there is plenty of room for further collaboration. This paper will explore ways in which phraseology (epitomised here by the phrase known as an idiom) contributes to lexicography in diverse fields: online dictionaries; headwords; the labelling of idiom entries; example sentences; the possibility of crowdsourcing; the role of corpora; pedagogical lexicography; teachers’ use of dictionaries in class; user skills; and ways in which phraseology can contribute to the portrayal of culture in a dictionary. It is hoped that this will inspire joint research projects between phraseologists and lexicographers so that future papers can report on more research in the pipeline.
Keywords: Phraseology; Idiom ; Lexicography; Dictionary
Description: Published online: 4 July 2018. This paper is based on a plenary session at the Asialex 2017 conference, and includes brief sections on each of the conference themes.
Rights: © Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature 2018
DOI: 10.1007/s40607-018-0044-z
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