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Volume XXVIII, 2013: Język łowiecki ? The Language of Hunters
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Grecka terminologia ┼éowiecka w ┼Ťwietle tekst├│w prawnych
Greek Hunting Terminology versus Statutory Texts
Karolina Gortych-Michalak (Instytut Jezykoznawstwa, UAM)

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Source: Investigationes Linguisticae, Volume XXVIII, 2013, pp. 5-15
Category: Full Papers

Language: Polish

English Abstract:

The paper presents Greek hunting terminology which exists in standard Modern Greek Language and in normative acts concerning hunting in Greece and in the Republic of Cyprus. Both the so-called hunting language and legal language are languages for special purposes (LSP) and they contain special terminology. It is the most significant criterion to distinguish special language from general language. There are problems connected with unifying hunting language and legal hunting language as the discussed legal texts might determine different meanings of the terms when compared with non-legal hunting language. There is also another problem concerning giving different names to the same objects by the legislator and by the users of non-legal hunting language. The aim of the paper is to present these differences by analysing selected examples from specialised hunting texts and legal texts (normative acts).

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@article{ 2 Gortych,
 author="Karolina Gortych-Michalak",
 title= "Grecka terminologia ┼éowiecka w ┼Ťwietle tekst├│w prawnych",
 journal="Investigationes Linguisticae",
 url="" }
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