Sobre la innovación de diccionarios en el contexto de la convergencia mediática

On Dictionary Innovation in the Context of Media Convergence

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Yun Luan

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La digitalización y la comunicación por internet se han integrado en todos los niveles del desarrollo social, y la convergencia mediática se ha convertido en una tendencia inevitable en el procesamiento y la difusión de la información. En este trabajo se estudia el mecanismo de innovación en la compilación y publicación de diccionarios mediante la confluencia y colaboración entre los medios de comunicación, que incluyen: (1) los nuevos métodos y tendencias de compilación de diccionarios, (2) las características y el enfoque de la convergencia mediática para la
lexicografía, (3) la estructura y función de los diccionarios basados en la convergencia mediática, (4) la innovación de las organizaciones lexicográficas. Los resultados de la investigación muestran que la convergencia mediática ofrece una gran oportunidad para la transformación digital de los diccionarios, de ahí la importancia de adoptar este  enfoque para producir textos lexicográficos multimodales que puedan ser consultados
y mostrados a través de diversos medios de comunicación y terminales digitales.

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