The 16th Annual International AFRILEX Conference
UNAM, Windhoek, Namibia, 5-7 July 2011

Abstracts of Papers Presented

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Adamska-Sałaciak, Arleta (Keynote)Equivalence in a semantic and lexicographic perspective: A case study

Almind, Richard: Flexible Database Model for Multiple Dictionaries

Bergenholtz, Henning & Theo J.D. Bothma: Needs Adapted Data Presentation in e-Information Tools

Bergenholtz, Inger: One data base, four monofunctional dictionaries

Brits, J.H. & Rigardt Pretorius: The automatic lemmatiser as a tool to enhance access to Setswana dictionaries

Fourie, H.: Designing a Dictionary for the De la Bat School for the Deaf in Worcester – A Case Study

Fuertes-Olivera, Pedro A.: Equivalent Selection in LSP e-Lexicography: A Case Study with Spanish Accounting Terms

Haacke, Wilfrid H.G. (Keynote): Optimising Data Utilisation in Lexicography: the Case of the Khoekhoegowab Dictionary

Heid, U. & Daan J. Prinsloo: Linking dictionary and corpus data in online language tools

Hiles, L.: Pronunciation guides for a South African English school dictionary

Klein, J.: Comparing two African language online dictionaries from a non-native speaker’s perspective

Kosch, I.M.: Challenges of predictability and consistency in the first comprehensive Sotho dictionary

Lubinda, John M.: Packaging  phonetic  information in  dictionaries of languages of the Sotho-Tswana cluster

Luther, Jana: Towards a monolingualised bilingual learner’s dictionary

Mafela, M.J.: The Ordering of Lexical Entries in Tshivenḓa Dictionaries with Special Reference to Tshivenḓa/English Ṱhalusamaipfi Dictionary

Maphosa, M.: Legal issues in lexicography: An examination of the handling of brand names in the Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele

Mojela, V.M.: Purism and inadequacies: A case study of the effects of strict corpus-based dictionary writing in Sesotho sa Leboa

Nabirye, Minah: What is right or wrong: In Quest of formal Lusoga

Ndinga-Koumba-Binza, H.S.: Compilation of An English-French Dictionary of Phonetic Sciences: An Ongoing Project

Otlogetswe, Thapelo J.: The Treatment of Etymology in Setswana Dictionaries

Otto, A.N. & N. Bosman: The lexicographical treatment of conjunctions in Afrikaans dictionaries

Prinsloo, D.J.: A critical analysis of the lemmatisation of nouns and verbs in isiZulu

Reinhardt, H.A.: Requirements for an on-screen presentation of an electronic dictionary of German collocations for Afrikaans-speaking learners of German as a foreign language

Sene Mongaba, B.: A global approach for a dictionary of Lingála: From localization of software to a lemmatization strategy

Swanepoel, P.H.: Meaning explanation in learner’s e-dictionaries: Current strategies and their theoretical, functional, user and practical motivation

Tarp, Sven: Do we need a (new) theory of lexicography?

Van der Merwe, Michele: What do Foundation Phase Learners Know About a Dictionary?

Zungu, B.: The impact of borrowing as one of the term creation strategies in South African Indigenous languages: The translator’s perspective