REPRESENTATION OF THE DICTIONARY IN THEORETICAL AND EDUCATIONAL LEXICOGRAPHY

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The article is devoted to the main issues of studying modern lexicographic science, its theoretical and educational direction. The concept of lexicography, the main types of dictionaries of Russian and English are considered. The linguocentric and anthropocentric approaches to the study of science are analyzed. Distinctive features of educational lexicography are the consideration of methodological requirements, the specificity of the approach to the selection of material in dictionaries. In lexicographic practice, theoretical research is carried out in the study of ways to identify and semantize cultural information. The article is devoted to the main issues of studying contemporary lexicographic science; practical and theoretical approaches in considering the macrostructure of bilingual dictionaries. The basis of lexicographical design, planning and organization of vocabulary work is described. The relationship in the dictionary of linguistic and extralinguistic information is a significant issue for modern lexicography. Bilingual dictionaries are considered as a repository of culture on the one hand, and on the other - as bridges between different cultures, representing not only linguistic forms, but also cultural facts. The inclusion of the cultural component in the composition of the dictionary entry corresponds to the anthropocentric orientation of modern lexicographic science. The article considers the main types and specifics of bilingual dictionaries, their typological functions based on the classification of user skills.


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Natalya Mikhailovna Nesova

RUDN University

Author for correspondence.
Email: natalya_nesova@list.ru
6 Mikluho-Maklay Str., Moscow, Russia, 117198

Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages, RUDN University; scientific interests: theoretical grammar, linguistics, intercultural communication

Lyudmila Yakovlevna Bobritskikh

Voronezh State University

Email: kafruslit@gmail.com
1 University Square Str., Voronezh, Russia, 394018

Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of History and Typology of Russian and Foreign Literature, Voronezh State University; scientific interests: theory and history of literature, theoretical grammar, intercultural communication

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