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Title: Linguaggi specialistici dell'italiano
Authors: Gualdo, Riccardo
Telve, Stefano
Keywords: Italian;Language for specific purpose
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Carocci
Source: Gualdo, R., Telve, S. 2011. Linguaggi specialistici dell'italiano. Roma, Carocci
Over the last fifty years, sociolinguistic relevance of specialized discourse has increased greatly so as to contribute to the evolution both of standard italian as well as literary one. In this book, typical features of scientific and professional languages such as historical continuity, constant updating and international dimension are shown in detail through morphosyntactic, lexical and textual properties of four main linguistic and disciplinary areas: science, medicine, economy and law. In the digital era, specialized languages are used by experts as well as lay people through a wider and wider range of communication channels and type of texts, so that linguistic forms of popularization and didactics also are several and various. These distinctive features and their highly dynamic linguistic profile make specialized languages being so flourishing and fascinating.
ISBN: 978-88-430-6022-1
Rights: If not otherwise stated, this document is distributed by the Tuscia University Open Archive under a Creative Commons 2.0 Attribution - Noncommercial - Noderivs License (
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