عنوان مقاله [English]
Cognitive sociolinguistics is among the most modern usage-based approaches to the study of language and its social variations. This approach has been introduced in recent decades through a convergence between cognitive linguistics and sociolinguistics and aims at studying language in its all variations. On the other hand, lexicography is among the most practical and useful branches of linguistics, having aimed at registering the language and implicitly struggling to standardize it. Now, this question which is raised is, how can these two approaches, the former pursuing to study the variations (hence divergence), while the latter pursuing to register and standardize (hence convergence) be combined together? This paper tries to first present a summarized introductory to cognitive sociolinguistics and then introduce and compare some approaches to lexicography within the framework of cognitive sociolinguistics.