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Vocabulary : applied linguistic perspectives

Vocabulary : applied linguistic perspectives (2회 대출)

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Carter, Ronald.
서명 / 저자사항
Vocabulary : applied linguistic perspectives / Ronald Carter.
발행사항
London ;   Boston :   Allen & Unwin,   1987.  
형태사항
xviii, 249 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
총서사항
Aspects of English.
ISBN
0044180071 (alk. paper) 004418008X (pbk. : alk. paper)
서지주기
Includes bibliography(p. [227]-244)and index.
일반주제명
English language --Lexicology. Vocabulary
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소장정보

No. 소장처 청구기호 등록번호 도서상태 반납예정일 예약 서비스
No. 1 소장처 세종학술정보원/인문자료실1/ 청구기호 418 C324v 등록번호 151012125 도서상태 대출가능 반납예정일 예약 서비스 C

컨텐츠정보

저자소개

Ronald Carter(지은이)

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정보제공 : Aladin

목차


CONTENTS
Acknowledgements = xv
Preface = xvii
Part 1 FOUNDATIONS = 1
 1. What's in a Word = 3
  1.0 Introduction : A Form of Words = 3
  1.1 Some Definitions = 3
  1.2 Lexemes and Words = 6
  1.3 Grammatical and Lexical Words = 8
  1.4 Morphemes and Morphology = 9
  1.5 Word Formation = 9
  1.6 Multiple Meanings = 11
  1.7 In a Word: A Summary = 13
  1.8 Referential Meaning = 14
  1.9 Componential Analysis = 16
  1.10 Structural Semantics : Words and Other Words = 18
  1.11 Basic English : A Review = 22
  1.11.1 Styles and Associations = 27
  1.12 Conclusion = 28
 2. The Notion of Core Vocabulary = 33
  2.0 Core Vocabularies : Some Initial Questions = 33
  2.1 Some Tests for Core Vocabulary = 35
  2.1.0 Syntactic Substitution = 35
  2.1.1 Antonymy = 36
  2.1.2 CollocabiUty = 36
  2.1.3 Extension = 38
  2.1.4 Superordinateness = 38
  2.1.5 Culture - Free = 39
  2.1.6 Summary = 40
  2.1.7 Associationism = 40
  2.1.8 Neutral Field of Discourse = 41
  2.1.9 Neutral Tenor of Discourse = 41
  2.2 Applications and Further Research = 42
  2.3 Conclusion = 44
 3. Words and Patterns = 47
  3.0 Introduction : Ways with Words = 47
  3.1 Collocation : Lexis as a Level = 47
  3.2 Sets and Fields = 50
  3.3 Patterns, Ranges and Restrictions = 52
  3.4 Collocation and Style = 54
  3.5 Collocation and Grammar = 55
  3.6 Idioms Galore : Fixed Expressions and Language Structure = 58
  3.7 Fixing Fixed Expressions = 61
  3.8 Lexical Patterns: A Summary = 62
  3.9 Lexis and the Language Learner: What is Lexical Error? = 65
  3.10 Conclusion = 68
 4. Lexis and Discourse = 71
  4.0 Introduction = 71
  4.1 Lexical Cohesion = 72
  4.2 Lexical Signalling = 74
  4.3 Evaluation and Discourse = 76
  4.4 Anaphoric Nouns = 78
  4.5 Densities and Viewpoints: Spoken and Written Continua = 81
  4.6 Lexical Patterning in Spoken Discourse = 84
  4.7 Lexis, Coherence and Writing Development = 87
  4.8 Lexis and Genre = 91
  4.9 Lexicalization, Discourse and Ideology = 92
  4.10 Conclusion = 97
Part II REVIEWS = 99
 5. Lexis and Literary Stylistics = 101
  5.0 Introduction = 101
  5.1 Sets, Patterns and Meaning = 102
  5.2 Lexis and Register - Mixing = 103
  5.3 Interpreting Lexis in Poetry = 105
  5.4 Measuring Lexical Associations in Literary Texts = 108
  5.5 Using Informants = 109
  5.5.1 Who is the Reader? = 109
  5.5.2 Competence : Linguistic and Literary = 110
  5.5.3 Analysis = 112
  5.6 Lexis and Literariness = 112
  5.7 Metaphor = 118
  5.8 Arbitrariness, Words, Ideology : A Note = 121
  5.9 Conclusion = 123
 6. Lexis and Lexicography = 125
  6.0 Introduction = 125
  6.1 The Image of the Dictionary ; User and Use = 125
  6.2 Dictionary Definitions = 126
  6.3 Grammar and the Dictionary = 128
  6.4 Fixed Expressions and the Dictionary = 132
  6.5 Monosemy, Polysemy and Dictionary Entries = 136
  6.6 The COBUILD Project = 140
  6.7 Conclusion = 142
 7. Learning and Teaching Vocabulary = 145
  7.0 Introduction ; Some Historical Perspectives = 145
  7.1 Early Words : Mother - Tongue English = 147
  7.2 The Growth of Word Meaning: Children into Adults = 150
  7.2.1 The Syntagmatic - Paradigmatic = 150
  7.2.2 Concrete - Abstract Progression = 150
  7.2.3 Generalizations = 151
  7.3 LI and L2 = 151
  7.4 Memorization = 153
  7.5 What is a Difficult Word? = 155
  7.6 The Birkbeck Vocabulary Project = 157
  7.7 Transitions = 161
  7.8 Vocabulary and Language Teaching: Introduction = 162
  7.9 Word Lists : Vocabulary for Beginners = 162
  7.10 Words in Context = 165
  7.11 Word Sets and Grids : Vocabulary for Advanced Learners = 170
  7.12 Vocabulary in Discourse: Fixed Expressions and Lexis in Use = 173
  7.12.1 Fixed Expressions and Learnability = 176
  7.13 Cloze and its Uses = 177
  7.13.1 Procedures = 177
  7.13.2 Discourse Cloze = 179
  7.14 Computer Corpora and Word Lists Once More = 181
  7.15 Core Vocabulary and Language Study: Back to the Core = 184
  7.16 Conclusions ; Knowing and Teaching Vocabulary = 186
Part III CASE STUDIES = 191
 8. Case Study : Lexis, Tones and Ironies = 193
  8.0 Introduction = 193
  8.1 General Framework = 194
  8.2 Gricean Analysis of Irony : Lexical Perspectives = 195
  8.3 Irony, Lexis and Genre = 197
  8.4 Conclusions = 201
  8.5 Appendices : Informant Tests = 202
9. Case Study : Style, Lexis and the Dictionary = 208
  9.0 Introduction = 208
  9.1 Semantics, Associations and Definitions = 208
  9.2 Semantic Space = 212
  9.3 Informants and the Measurement of 'Meanings' = 215
  9.4 Core Vocabulary and the Dictionary: A Sample Entry = 219
  9.5 Conclusion = 223
Bibliography = 227
Index = 245


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