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The point of departure in this article is taking into account the afrikzanse user’s point of view to evaluate the AWS in terms of its functions. Firstly, the different possible motivations for lemma selection is examined.
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Although corpora are useful, they must, according to Asmussen With e-dictionaries logfile analysis can provide valuable data about which lexicographic items are looked up by users, although it cannot confirm that the user will experience it as a successful consultation Nesi It appears as if researchers increasingly follow a mixed-method pselreels to compensate for the limitations of individual methods to determine lemma selection and the treatment thereof.
Researchers like Wiegand In afrikaanse communicative metalexicography such as the theory of lexicographic communication cf Beyer the concept of the user question is also a key component as the reference work consultation process is an act in which the user, as it were, poses a question to the reference work by consulting this type of resource. In the theory of lexicographic communication a distinction is made between a raw user question and a user situation question Beyer A raw user question is a user question as the user would have formulated it as a consultation stimulus, e.
What is the part of speech of boek? Is boek a noun?
A user situation question is an abstraction of one or more raw usage questions into an illocution in terms of Searle’s The two raw user questions mentioned above can be reduced to the following user spelreele question: The part of speech of boek is? The concept of the user question can be used as empirical research tool in real or simulated user situations.
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A limitation of this study is that it was not investigated in a real situation, however, the current data types of the AWS were taken as point of departure to investigate possible user situation questions. The present AWS already pays attention to a wide variety of typical spelling and punctuation problems, for example what the plural is of a certain noun and where capital letters, hyphens, diaeresis, etcetera must be used.
For a full set of data types the index of the AWS can be consulted. The article subsequently examines forty search questions that can be regarded as typical questions that a user could ask. The finding is that the AWS at present answers most of these questions, whether in the word list or via the rules, but that there are still unanswered questions, especially with regard to food terms.
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Since meaning discrimination is essential in determining the spelling of certain lexical items, it is extremely important that contextual guidance is provided, e. The compilers of the forthcoming AWS should also take note of the fact that the spelling of learners and students have deteriorated afrlkaanse such an extent that for instance all words containing ei, ui and y are potentially problematic for these users.
AWS ; reference work; users’ needs; normative source; lemma selection; search question; raw user question; user situation question; meaning discrimination; log file analysis. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
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