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  1. also called feature analysis or contrast analysis, refers to the description of the meaning of words through structured sets of semantic features, which are given as “present”, “absent” or “indifferent with reference to feature”

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  2. The method thus departs from the principle of compositionality

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  3. man = male, mature or woman = male, mature or boy = male, mature or girl male mature or child male mature

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  4. a method typical of structural semantics which analyzes the structure of a word's meaning

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  5. Thus, it reveals the culturally important features by which speakers of the language distinguish different words in the domain (Ottenheimer, 2006, p. 20)

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  6. This is a highly valuable approach to learning another language and understanding a specific semantic domain of an Ethnography

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