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ECONOMIC TERMINOLOGY – NEW TRENDS AND CHALLENGES

Elena Museanu
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Elena Museanu: Romanian American University, Bucharest

Romanian Economic Business Review, 2023, vol. 18, issue 2, 50-56

Abstract: The economic terminology represents a heterogeneous subsystem of the language from a functional point of view, which made it interesting to study it through the perspective of presenting the linguistic phenomena that manifest themselves more actively in the current phase of the language. The research of some Romanian texts from the current press of wider circulation shows a remarkable frequency of the economic terms. The media is an objective source for determining the current terms of interest in competition with those already assimilated, most of them of Roman origin. It is of interest in the ways of using these terms in Romanian language, from those who are not subject to any (formal) adaptation and, above all, what are the ways to make the specialized meaning accessible. The strict extra-linguistic determination entails a more rigorous use of the economic terms, with definitions and inter-conceptual relations manifested at the level of the terminological density, which are rather high in texts of wider circulation.

Keywords: economic terminology; common language; specialized language; anglicism; dynamics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2023
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