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1. Revisions of Articles
from First Edition
List each article, with author(s), in your section
in the first edition, and give a brief description of the projected changes
for the second edition; if the article is to be deleted, please indicate
so and justify the deletion. Include an estimate of extent of revision
in terms of number of words or pct.Please
also make preliminary contact with the authors to advise them of this project
and possible revisions and to determine their interest in rewriting their
articles. Note: all bibliographies must be updated, but these changes are
not counted in length estimates.
“Finite Nouns,” S. Smith. First half of this article
will stay pretty much as is. Second half will be updated to include latest
theory of finite nouns, e.g., Johnson’s theory. Estimated change in words,
30%. Smith will agree to do the revisions.
“Cryptolinguistics,” A. Adams. This article will not
appear in the second edition; it duplicates material elsewhere in the section
and in others.
2. New articles for the Second Edition
List all new articles with projected titles and authors.
Give a brief description of contents and justification for inclusion. Estimate
length. Please do not contact projected authors yet; these new articles
will need thorough consideration before approval.
“Oligolinguistics,” B. Benson. In the years since
the first edition, this field has emerged and achieved prominence and so
must be treated. Benson is the major person in the field and will likely
agree to write the paper. Estimated length: 2000 words.
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3. Changes in Organization
Please describe changes in the structure of your section,
including headwords and nesting, cross-references, and blind entries. You
are encouraged to contact Consulting Editors for areas related to yours
to discuss organization.
“Finite Nouns,” which was a separate headword, should
be nested under “Nouns” and appropriate cross-references should be made
to articles in Morphology, Syntax, and Formal Grammar.
4. Graphics and Special Features
Please describe any changes in or additions to graphics
or special features, such as maps, typography, formulas, and diagrams.
Tree diagrams on p. 841 will be modified. Map of Russia
will have to be redrawn. Orthography for XXX language will have to be added.
Phonetic symbols for length and aspiration in XXX language have to be included.
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