Über die Konstruktion einer hierarchischen Textverbundgesamtstruktur. Ein Beitrag zur Theorie der Wörterbuchform
AbstractOn the Construction of a Hierarchical Comprehensive Text Compound Structure. A Contribution to the Theory of Dictionary Structures.After a brief critical look at research on comprehensive text compound structures in the period 1988 to 2016 an excerpt of a typology of types of text compounds and hierarchical text compound structures is presented and commented on. Following a terminological discussion, especially regarding the concept of lexicographic constituents, a hierarchical comprehensive text compound structure with right expanded text compound structure is constructed as an example step by step, in such a way that its partial structures, i.e. the hierarchical right expanded text compound constituent structure, its hierarchical constituentless front and back matter structure, its hierarchical word list structure and its hierarchical article stretch structures, are constructed separately and are then combined. In this process a number of new concepts are coined and relevant terms are introduced, e.g. front and back matter sector, hybrid front and back matter constituents, front front matter and back back matter. In addition, because dictionaries and utility objects with lexicographical structural features always display at least one outer access structure, it is considered if and how at least outer alphabetical main access structures can be considered in the construction of hierarchical comprehensive text compound structures. In conclusion a proposal is made in this regard.Keywords: article stretch; article stretch structure; back back matter; back matter; back matter sector; front front matter; front matter sector; functional-positional segmentation; hierarchical comprehensive text compound structure; hierarchical constituentless back matter structure; hierarchical constituentless front matter structure; hierarchical partial constituentless back matter structure; hierarchical partial constituentless front matter structure; hierarchical text compound constituent structure; hybrid back matter constituents; hybrid front matter constituents; lexicographic constituents; non-functional segmentation; outer access structure; positional-guided grouping method; right expanded text compound constituent structure
Copyright of all material published in Lexikos will be vested in the Board of Directors of the Woordeboek van die Afrikaanse Taal. Authors are free, however, to use their material elsewhere provided that Lexikos (AFRILEX Series) is acknowledged as the original publication source.
Creative Commons License CC BY 4.0