misformation

misformation

(ˌmɪsfɔːˈmeɪʃən)
n
a faulty or abnormal formation
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La inconformidad de Sartori con respecto a como estaba evolucionando la ciencia politica comenzo a principios de 1970--en Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics--y poco cambio hasta 2004, cuando publico un pequeno comentario preguntando provocativamente ?
Dulay, Burt and Krashen's surface strategy taxonomy (1982: 150), including omission, addition, misformation, and misordering as ways of deviation from standard English, was applied to classify grammatical and prepositional interferences.
Sartori, Giovanni (1970), "Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics" in The American Political Science Revieiv, vol.
Concept misformation in comparative politics", The American Political Science Review, Vol.
Sartori, Giovanni (1970), "Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics", The American Political Science Review, vol.
Sartori, "Concept misformation in comparative politics", American Political Science Review, rol.
Errors occur in four ways: omission, in which learners tend to omit function words; addition, which is the result of all-too-faithful use of certain rules or application of rules to domains where they do not apply; misformation, which is the use of the wrong form of a structure or morpheme; and misordering, in which the learner selects the right forms to use in the right context, but arranges them in the wrong order.
56) Sartori, Giovanni, <<Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics>>, American Political Science Review, vol.
Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics", en: The American Political Science Review, Vol.
Giovanni Sartori, "Concept misformation in comparative politics", The American Political Science Review, LXIV-4, diciembre 1970.
1970) `Concept Misformation in Comparative Politics' American Political Science Review 64: 1033-53.
The most well known formal classification of lexical errors (James, 1998: 145) is: mis-selection (wrong word choice), misformation (words that are nonexistent in the L2 but exist in L1) and distortion (words that are non-existent in both the L2 and the L1).