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LUCA, Aliona. Organization of the Scientific Sports Text. In: 4th Central and Eastern European LUMEN International Scientific Conference on Education, Sport and Health. 29-30 septembrie 2017, Iași. Iași, România: LUMEN Conference Center, 2017, pp. 126-128.
|4th Central and Eastern European LUMEN International Scientific Conference on Education, Sport and Health 2017|
Conferința "4th Central and Eastern European LUMEN International Scientific Conference on Education, Sport and Health" |
Iași, Romania, 29-30 septembrie 2017
In the last decades, the interest in the process of training and functioning of specialized languages has increased substantially, mainly due to the current needs of applied linguistics. The scientific text is the result of a creative thinking process and a specific means of communication. Its understanding depends both on the transmitter's ability to expose the results of his own research, and on the ability of the receiver to decode this information. Analyzed from the perspective of the concepts of pragmatics, the texts have different degrees of terminology specialization, the terminological density being the main factor determining the differentiation of the scientific texts with maximum specialization from the didactic ones or the vulgarization. Visions about the lexico-semantic layers of scientific texts, as well as those related to the classification of terms, are numerous, with a varied and unequivocal character. The paper is an analysis of the lexico-semantic structure of scientific texts, grouped, conventionally, in three main layers: lexical units of common language; non-terminological standard lexical units, specific for the language; as well as terminological ones. Their taxonomy is very broad and is based on various criteria: philosophical, linguistic, logical, gnoseological, sociological, historical, etc. It were also revealed the semantic functions of the standard lexical units, which make up the main focus of the scientific discourse. Concerning the lexicon of strict specialty, there was an acute lack of some linguistic works, in which the lexico-semantic organization of the scientific scientific text would be approached. That is why in the paper there were also some directions for further research, which would involve both linguists and specialists in physical education and sports.
specialized languages, scientific text,
semantic-functional analysis, standard lexical units, sports terms