This stimulating new book, which combines dictionary research and linguistic knowledge, analyses the representation of meaning in business dictionaries from a pedagogical perspective. By examining in detail the macrostructure, mediostructure, access structure and microstructure of eight business dictionaries, this book presents interesting findings on how the dictionaries studied represent the anoun-terma, and on how they cope with the principles of new lexicography that aims at solving the needs of a specific type of user with specific types of problems related to a specific type of user situation. This exhaustive study, which makes simultaneous contributions to the theory of terminology, lexicography, and LSP teaching, defends a methodological confluence between LSP lexicography and terminology, and proposes some guiding principles towards the construction of pedagogically-oriented specialised dictionaries that must target students enrolled in LSP courses: Business English, Business Spanish, Business Translation, etc.package [IPEBkId5] 1 noun (a) goods packed and wrapped for sending by mail; the Post Oflice does not accept bulkypacka ages ... system, stafltraina ing and hardware maintenance; package holiday or package tour I holiday or tour where the hotel, travel and meals ... Business Traveller the remuneration package will include an attractive salary, profit sharing and a company car Times airlines will bookanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pedagogical Specialised Lexicography|
|Author||:||Pedro A. Fuertes-Olivera, Ascensión Arribas-Baño|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing - 2008-07-03|