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East Slavic Languages in Modern Aspect Lexicography
Submission DeadlineAug. 20, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Natalia Pyataeva
Department of Linguistics and Language Studies, Faculty of Philology, Belarusian State Pedagogical University named after Maxim Tank, Minsk, Belarus
Guest Editors
  • Dzmitry Dziatko
    Department of Linguistics and Language Studies, Faculty of Philology, Belarusian State Pedagogical University named after Maxim Tank, Minsk, Belarus
  • Alena Kalechyts
    Department of Russian Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Constantine the Philosopher, Nitra, Slovakia
  • Evgeniya Yakovleva
    Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education, Institute of Pedagogy, Bashkir State Pedagogical University named after Akmulla, Ufa, Russia
  • Gennady Artemoynok
    Department of Belarusian Linguistics, Faculty of Philology, Vitebsk State University named after P. М. Masherov, Vitebsk, Belarus
  • Irina Kazimirova
    Department of Grammar and Scientific Terminology, Institute of Ukrainian Language, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
  • Larisa Sergeeva
    Department of Theory of Language and Teaching Methodology, Faculty of Philology, Bashkir State University, Ufa, Russia
  • Valery Voronovich
    Department of Belarusian Philology, Faculty of Philology, Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Grodno, Belarus
  • Zoryana Kupchins’ka
    Department of Ukrainian Language named after Professor Ivan Kovalik, Faculty of Philology, Ivan Franko Lviv National University, Lviv, Ukraine
East Slavic Languages in Modern Aspect Lexicography is a special issue of the International Journal of Language and Linguistics dedicated to the historical and synchronous research of the lexical-semantic, morphemic-word-formation, morphological and syntactic systems of East Slavic languages to present the obtained data in various classical and innovative dictionaries developed in the framework of the paradigms of modern linguistics – comparative-historical, system-structural, anthropocentric and introspective.
The issue will cover the following problems:
  1. the development of the theory and method of aspect lexicography;
  2. the design, compilation and publication of innovative aspect dictionaries of various genres: historical and etymological dictionaries, etymological nesting dictionaries, explanatory-ideographic dictionaries of neologisms, dialectal dictionaries, educational and terminological dictionaries, biographical and bibliographical dictionaries, ethnolinguistic and cultural-linguistic dictionaries, conceptual dictionaries, dictionaries of linguistic person and language of writers, translated bilingual and multilingual thematic dictionaries, etc.;
  3. the development of innovative forms of teaching languages and linguistic disciplines based on the usage and design of aspectual dictionaries in the practice of teaching university linguistic courses with the implementation of new forms of training into the educational process (interactive lecture, lexicographic biennale, interdisciplinary lecture and seminar, webinar, educational conference, etc.), integrated into classic forms;
  4. the working-out of the ancient (up to the 14th century) history of the East Slavic lexicography and Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian lexicography from the end of the 14th to the 21st century with an appeal to the works of outstanding lexicographers who made a significant contribution to the development of methodological foundations and the implementation of a great practical work on the compilation of national multi-aspect dictionaries, as well as unique dictionaries that have no analogues in the world lexicographical practice.
The stated subject corresponds to the current state and prospects of the development of the scientific-methodological and scientific-technical potential of modern lexicography in the framework of the implementation of applied linguistic research, directed to the dictionary parameterization of changes in the language, associated with the development of science and technology, with the expansion of international relations, requiring precise scientific qualification of the replenishing terminological apparatus, borrowed words and neologisms.
Aims and Scope:
  1. East Slavic languages
  2. Aspect lexicography
  3. Historical and synchronous research
  4. Lexico-semantic system
  5. Morphemic-word formation system
  6. Morphological system
  7. Syntax system
  8. Classic and innovative dictionaries
  9. History of East Slavic Lexicography
  10. East Slavic lexicographers
  11. Unique dictionary
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