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Vocabulary : applied linguistic perspectives 2nd ed

Vocabulary : applied linguistic perspectives 2nd ed (16회 대출)

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Carter, Ronald.
서명 / 저자사항
Vocabulary : applied linguistic perspectives / Ronald Carter.
판사항
2nd ed.
발행사항
New York :   Routledge,   1998.  
형태사항
xv, 317 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0415168643 0415168635
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [284]-[309]) and index.
일반주제명
Lexicology. Vocabulary -- Study and teaching.
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No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
No. 1 소장처 중앙도서관/실험실습자료/ 청구기호 영어영문학과 C02 W319 등록번호 111439108 도서상태 대출불가(열람가능) 반납예정일 예약 서비스 M

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저자소개

Ronald Carter(지은이)

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정보제공 : Aladin

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CONTENTS

List of figures and tables = ⅹ

Acknowledgements = xii

Preface to the first edition = xiii

Preface to the second edition = xvi

PART Ⅰ 

Foundations = 1

 1 What's in a word = 3

  1.0 Introduction : A form of words = 3

  1.1 Some definitions = 4

  1.2 Lexemes and wordy = 7

  1.3 Grammatical and lexical words = 8

  1.4 Morphemes and morphology = 9

  1.5 Word formation = 10

  1.6 Multiple meanings = 12

  1.7 In a word : A summary = 13

  1.8 Referential meaning = 15

  1.9 Componential analysis = 17

  1.10 Structural semantics : Words and other words = 19

  1.11 Basic English : A review = 23

   1.11.1 Styles and associations = 28

  1.12 Conclusion = 29

 2 The notion of core vocabulary = 34

  2.0 Core vocabularies : Some initial questions = 34

  2.1 Some tests for core vocabulary = 36

   2.1.1 Syntactic substitution = 36

   2,1.2 Antonymy = 38

   2.1.3 Collocability = 38

   2.1.4 Extension = 39

   2.1.5 Superordinateness = 40

   2.1.6 Culture-free = 41

   2.1.7 Summary = 42

   2.1.8 Associationism = 42

   2.1.9 Neutral field of discourse = 43

   2.1.10 Neutral tenor of discourse = 43

  2.2 Applications and further research = 44

  2.3 Conclusion = 46

 3 Words and patterns = 50

  3.0 Introduction : Ways with words = 50

  3.1 Collocation : Lexis as a level = 51

  3.2 Sets and fields = 53

  3.3 Patterns, ranges and restrictions = 56

  3.4 Collocation and style = 57

  3.5 Collocation and grammar = 58

  3.6 Semantic prosodies : Lexis into grammar into meaning = 62

  3.7 Idioms galore : Fixed expressions and language structure = 65

  3.8 Fixing fixed expressions = 68

  3.9 Lexical patterns : A summary = 70

  3.10 Lexis and the language learner : What is lexical error? = 72

  3.11 Conclusion = 76

 4 Lexis and discourse = 79

  4.0 Introduction = 79

  4.1 Lexical cohesion = 80

  4.2 Lexical signalling = 83

  4.3 Evaluation and discourse = 85

  4.4 Anaphoric nouns = 88

  4.5 Densities and viewpoints : Spoken and written continua = 91

  4.6 Lexical patterning in spoken discourse = 94

  4.7 Corpus-based spoken language analysis = 98

  4.8 Lexis, coherence and writing development = 103

  4.9 Lexis and genre = 107

  4.10 Lexicalization, discourse and ideology = 108

  4.11 Conclusion = 114

PART Ⅱ

Reviews = 117

 5 Lexis and literary stylistics = 119

  5.0 Introduction = 119

  5.1 Sets, patterns and meaning = 120

  5.2 Lexis and register-mixing = 122

  5.3 Interpreting lexis in poetry = 124

  5.4 Measuring lexical associations in literary texts = 127

  5.5 Using informants = 128

   5.5.1 Who is the reader? = 129

   5.5.2 Competence : linguistic and literary = 130

   5.5.3 Analysis = 131

  5.6 Lexis and literariness = 132

  5.7 Metaphor = 138

  5.8 Lexis, poetics and mind = 142

  5.9 Arbitrariness, words, ideology : A note = 146

  5.10 Conclusion = 148

 6 Lexis and lexicography = 150

  6.0 Introduction = 150

  6.1 The image of the dictionary : User and use = 150

  6.2 Dictionary definitions = 152

  6.3 Grammar and the dictionary = 154

  6.4 Fixed expressions and the dictionary = 158

  6.5 Monosemy, polysemy and dictionary entries = 163

  6.6 Corpora, computers and lexicography = 167

   6.6.1 The COBUILD Project = 167

  6.7 Further major innovations (1990 onwards) = 174

   6.7.1 Lexicography and English-language learning : Contrasts and comparisons = 177

  6.8 A dictionary for production = 179

  6.9 Conclusions and prospects = 180

 7 Learning and teaching vocabulary = 184

  7.0 Introduction : Some historical perspectives = 184

  7.1 Early words : Mother-tongue English = 186

  7.2 The growth of word-meaning : Children into adults = 189

   7.2.1 The syntagmatic - paradigmatic = 190

   7.2.2 Concrete - abstract progression = 190

   7.2.3 Generalizations = 191

  7.3 L1 and L2 = 191

  7.4 Memorization = 193

  7.5 What is a difficult word? = 195

  7.6 The Birkbeck Vocabulary Project = 197

  7.7 Recent developments : The explicit - implicit continuum = 202

  7.8 Transitions = 205

  7.9 Vocabulary and language teaching : Introduction = 205

  7.10 Word lists : Vocabulary for beginners = 206

  7.11 Words in context = 209

  7.12 Word sets and grids : Vocabulary for advanced learners = 213

  7.13 Vocabulary in discourse : Fixed expressions and lexis in use = 220

   7.13.1 Fixed expressions and learnability = 223

  7.14 Lexical foundations for language teaching = 224

  7.15 Cloze and its uses = 226

   7.15.1 Procedures = 226

   7.15.2 Discourse cloze = 229

  7.16 Computer corpora and word lists once more = 231

  7.17 Words and limits : Which words, and how many words? = 235

  7.18 Core vocabulary and language study : Back to the core = 236

  7.19 Conclusions : Knowing and teaching vocabulary = 238

PART Ⅲ

Case studies = 245

 8 Case study : Lexis, tones and ironies = 247

  8.0 Introduction = 247

  8.1 General framework = 248

  8.2 Gricean analysis of irony : Lexical perspectives = 249

  8.3 Irony, lexis and genre = 252

  8.4 Conclusions = 256

  8.5 Appendices : Informant tests = 257

 9 Case study : Style, lexis and the dictionary = 263

  9.0 Introduction = 263

  9.1 Semantics, associations and definitions = 263

  9.2 Semantic space = 267

  9.3 Informants and the measurement of 'meanings' = 270

  9.4 Core vocabulary and the dictionary : A sample entry = 275

  9.5 Conclusion = 279

   9.5.1 Further conclusion (1997) = 281

  9.6 Coda = 282

Bibliography = 284

Bibliography of dictionaries = 307

Bibliography of language corpora = 309

Index = 311



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