English, Article edition: PERSISTENT PROBLEMS IN PROFESSIONAL LANGUAGE RESEARCH Jaroslav Březina

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  • PERSISTENT PROBLEMS IN PROFESSIONAL LANGUAGE RESEARCH
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  • Jaroslav Březina
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  • The vaguely defined conception of a specialised language as one of the areas of the language system on one side and inconsistency in perception of its inner structure on the other side remain a problematic point of linguistics of the specialized language in German speaking countries. Reasons can be also seen in insufficient definition of the sphere of general language and unequivocal view of linguists on key terms within the specialised language - e.g. the concept of a "branch". The logic consequence of these imperfections is the absence of methodological inventory providing for the assignment of investigated linguistic material to the area of a specialised or a general language and its further classification.
  • general language, language system, methodological inventory, branch, language for special purposes
  • RePEc:prg:jnlaop:v:2006:y:2006:i:4:id:101:p:46-57
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