Article published in:
Terminology
Vol. 22:1 (2016) ► pp. 5279
References
Adelstein, Andreína
2002 “Condiciones de reductibilidad léxica de los sintagmas terminológicos.” Estudios de Lingüística Española (ELiES) 16. Retrieved from http://​elies​.rediris​.es​/elies16. [Accessed 05/01/2016]Google Scholar
Bertaccini, Franco, and Alessandra Matteucci
2005 “L’approche variationniste à la pratique terminologique d’entreprise.” Meta. Translator’s Journal 50 (4): CD-ROM.Google Scholar
Bhatia, Vijay K.
1993Genre Analysis: Theory, Practice and Applications. London: Longman.Google Scholar
Biber, Douglas, and Susan Conrad
2009Register, Genre, and Style. New York: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bowker, Lynne
1997 “You Say ‘Flatbed Colour Scanner’, I Say ‘Colour Flatbed Scanner’: A Descriptive Study of the Influence of Multidimensionality on Term Formation and Use with Special Reference to the Subject Field of Optical Scanning Technology.” Terminology 4 (2): 275–302. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bowker, Lynne, and Shane Hawkins
2006 “Variation in the Organization of Medical Terms: Exploring Some Motivations for Term Choice.” Terminology 12 (1): 79–110. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cabré, M. Teresa
1999La terminología: Representación y comunicación: Elementos para una teoría de base comunicativa y otros artículos. Barcelona: Institut Universitari de Lingüística Aplicada, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.Google Scholar
Ciapuscio, Guiomar
2003Textos especializados y terminología. Barcelona: IULA-UPF.Google Scholar
Collet, Tanja
2003 “A Two-Level Grammar of the Reduction Processes of French Complex Terms in Discourse.” Terminology 9 (1): 1–27. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Condamines, Anne
2008 “Taking Genre into Account When Analyzing Conceptual Relation Patterns.” Corpora 8: 115–40. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Condamines, Anne, and Josette Rebeyrolle
1997 “Point de vue en langue spécialisée.” Meta. Translator’s Journal 42 (1): 174–84. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Daille, Béatrice
2005 “Variations and Application-oriented Terminology Engineering”. Terminology 11 (1): 181–197. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Diki-Kidiri, Marcel
2008Le vocabulaire scientifique dans les langues africaines : Pour une approche culturelle de la terminologie. Paris: Karthala.Google Scholar
Fernández-Silva, Sabela
2011Variación terminológica y cognición: Factores cognitivos en la denominación del concepto especializado. Barcelona: Tesis en Xarxa. http://​hdl​.handle​.net​/10803​/22638. Accessed 5 January 2016.Google Scholar
2013 “Variación denominativa y punto de vista.” Revista Debate Terminológico 9: 11–37.Google Scholar
Fernández-Silva, Sabela, Judit Freixa, and M. Teresa Cabré
2011 “A Proposed Method for Analysing the Dynamics of Cognition through Term Variation.” Terminology 17 (1): 49–74. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Freixa, Judit
2002 La variació terminològica: Anàlisi de la variació denominativa en textos de diferent grau d’especialització de l’àrea de medi ambient (Doctoral thesis, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain). Barcelona: IULA-UPF. [CD-ROM]Google Scholar
2005 “Variación Terminológica, por qué y para qué”. Meta. Translators’ Journal 50 (4): CD-ROM.Google Scholar
2006 “Causes of Denominative Variation in Terminology: A Typology Proposal.” Terminology 12 (1): 51–77. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gaudin, François
2003Socioterminologie: Une approche sociolinguistique de la terminologie. Bruxelles: De Boek Duculot. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Geeraerts, Dirk, Stephan Grondelaers, and Peter Bakema
1994The Structure of Lexical Variation: Meaning, Naming, and Context. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Halliday, Michael Alexander K.
1995[2004] “Language and Reshaping of Human Experience.” In The Language of Science, ed. by J. Webster, 7–23. London/New York: Continuum.Google Scholar
1998[2004] “Language and knowledge: The “Unpacking” of Text.” In The Language of Science, ed. by J. Webster, 24–48. London/New York: Continuum.Google Scholar
Hamon, Thierry, and Adeline Nazarenko
2001 “Detection of Synonymy Links between Terms: Experiment and Results.” In Recent Advances in Computational Terminology, ed. by Didier Bourigault, Christian Jacquemin, and Marie-Claude L’Homme, 185–208. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Haralambous, Yannis, and Elisa Lavagnino
2011 “La réduction de termes complexes dans les langues de spécialité”. Traitement Automatique des Langues 52 (1): 37–68.Google Scholar
Hartley, James, and Ronald N. Kostoff
2003 “How Useful are Key Words’ in Scientific Journals?Journal of Information Science 29 (5): 433–38. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hoffmann, Lothar
1998Llenguatges d’especialitat. Selecció de Textos. Barcelona: Institut Universitari De Lingüística Aplicada, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.Google Scholar
Jacquemin, Christian, and Evelyne Tzoukermann
1999 “NLP for Term Variant Extraction: A Synergy of Morphology, Lexicon and Syntax.” In Natural Language Processing Information Retrieval, ed. by Tomek Strzalkowski, 25–74. Boston: Kluwer Academic Pub. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jacques, Marie-Paule
2005 “L’emploi de termes réduits comme révélateur de la centralité dans le domaine”. In Septièmes journées scientifiques du Réseau “Lexicologie, Terminologie, Traduction”, ed. by Daniel Blampain, Philippe Thoiron, and Marc V. Campenhoudt, 299–308. Paris: Éditions des Archives Contemporaines.Google Scholar
Kageura, Kyo
2002The Dynamics of Terminology: A Descriptive Theory of Term Formation and Terminological Growth. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kocourek, Rostislav
1991La langue française de la technique et de la science: Vers une linguistique de la langue savante. 2nd ed. Weisbaden: Oscar Brandstetter.Google Scholar
López Rodríguez, Clara I.
2007 “Understanding Scientific Communication through the Extraction of the Conceptual and Rhetorical Information Codified by Verbs.” Terminology 13 (1): 61–84. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Mortureux, Marie-Françoise
1993 “Paradigmes désignationnels.” Semen 8: 117–36Google Scholar
Omodei, Elisa, Yufan Guo, Jean-Philippe Cointet, and Thierry Poibeau
2014 “Social and Semantic Diversity: Socio-Semantic Representation of a Scientific Corpus.” In Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities (LaTeCH) , 71–79. Gothenburg: Association for Computational Linguistics. Crossref
Paltridge, Brian
1997Genre, Frames, and Writing in Research Settings. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Parodi, Giovanni
(ed.) 2010Academic and Professional Discourse Genres in Spanish. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pecman, Mojca
2012 “Tentativeness in Term Formation: A Study of Neology as a Rhetorical Device in Scientific Papers.” Terminology 18 (1): 27–58. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2014 “Variation as a Cognitive Device: How Scientists Construct Knowledge through Term Formation.” Terminology 20 (1): 1–24. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Picton, Aurélie
2011 “Picturing Short-Period Diachronic Phenomena in Specialised Corpora: A Textual Terminology Description of the Dynamics of Knowledge in Space Technologies.” Terminology 17 (1): 134–156. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ratteray, Oswald M.T.
1985 “Expanding Roles for Summarized Information.” Written Communication 2 (4): 457–72. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rogers, Margaret
2000 “Genre and Terminology.” In Analysing Professional Genres, ed. by Trosborg, Anna, 3–23. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2004 “Multidimensionality in Concepts Systems: A Bilingual Textual Perspective.” Terminology 10 (2): 215–40. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Sabaj, Omar, Paulina Toro, and Miguel Fuentes
2011 “Construcción de un modelo de movidas retóricas para el análisis de artículos de investigación en español.” OnOmázein 24 (2): 245–71.Google Scholar
Sager, Juan C.
1990A Practical Course in Terminology Processing. Amsterdam/Philadelphia.: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Seghezzi, Natalia
2011Variación terminológica y canal de comunicación. Estudio contrastivo de textos especializados escritos y orales sobre lingüística. Barcelona: Tesis en Xarxa. http://​www​.tesisenred​.net​/handle​/10803​/52066. Accessed 1st January 2016.
Suárez, Mercedes
2004Análisis Contrastivo de La Variación Denominativa En Textos Especializados: Del Texto Original Al Texto Meta. Barcelona: Tesis en Xarxa. http://​www​.tdx​.cat​/TDX​-0217105​-130025. Accessed 1st January 2016.Google Scholar
Swales, John
1990Genre Analysis: English in Academic and Research Settings. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Temmerman, Rita
2000Towards New Ways of Terminology Description: The Sociocognitive Approach. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Tercedor, Maribel
2011 “The Cognitive Dynamics of Terminological Variation.” Terminology 17 (2): 181–97. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Teufel, Simone
1999 Argumentative Zoning : Information Extraction from Scientific Articles . Phd Thesis, University of Edinburgh.
Teufel, Simone, and Marc Moens
2002 “Summarizing Scientific Articles: Experiments with Relevance and Rhetorical Status.” Computational Linguistics 28 (4): 409–45. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ureña Gómez-Moreno, José Manuel, and Pamela Faber
2014 “A Cognitive Sociolinguistic Approach to Metaphor and Denominative Variation: A Case Study of Marine Biology Terms.” Review of Cognitive Linguistics 12 (1): 193–222. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Van Dijk, Teun
1978La ciencia del texto. Un enfoque interdisciplinario. Barcelona: Paidós.Google Scholar
Venegas, René
2006 “La similitud léxico-semántica en artículos de investigación científica en español: Una aproximación desde el Análisis Semántico Latente”. Signos, Estudios de lingüística 39 (60): 75–106.Google Scholar
West, Gregory K.
1980“That-nominal Constructions in Traditional Rhetorical Divisions of Scientific Research Papers.” TESOL Quarterly 14 (4): 483–488. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wüster, Eugen
1979Introducción a la teoría general de la terminología y a la lexicografía terminológica, ed. by Mercè Lorente and M. Teresa Cabré. 1st ed. Barcelona: Institut Universitari de Lingüística Aplicada, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.Google Scholar
Zamora, Sofía, and René Venegas
2013 “Estructura y propósitos comunicativos en tesis de magíster y licenciatura.” Literatura y Lingüística, 27: 201–218. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Farkas, Chamarrita, María P. Santelices, Marcela Aracena, and José Pinedo
2008 “Apego y Ajuste Socio Emocional: Un Estudio en Embarazadas Primigestas”. Psykhe, 17 (1): 65–79. [PSI-AIC-8]Google Scholar
Gonçalves-de Freitas, Maribel
2004 “Los Adolescentes Como Agentes de Cambio Social: Algunas Reflexiones Para los Psicólogos Sociales Comunitarios”. Psykhe, 13 (2): 131–142. [PSI-AIC-1] CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Loubat, Margarita, Patricia Ponce, and Patricia Salas
2007 “Estilo de Apego en Mujeres y su Relación con el Fenómeno del Maltrato Conyugal”.Terapia psicológica, 25 (2): 113–122. [PSI-AIC-9] CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Vinaccia, Stefano, Hamilton Fernández, Japcy M. Quiceno, Mónica López, and Cristina Otálvaro
2008 “Calidad de Vida Relacionada con la Salud y Apoyo Social Funcional en Pacientes Diagnosticados con VIH/Sida”. Terapia psicológica, 26 (1): 125–132. [PSI-AIC-5]Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 6 other publications

da Costa, Lucimara Alves & Sabela Fernández Silva
2018. Análisis de la función cognitiva de la variación denominativa en la Lexicografía brasileña: patrones conceptuales de variación y distancia semántica entre las variantes1. Meta 63:2  pp. 467 ff. Crossref logo
Fernández-Silva, Sabela
2019. The Cognitive and Communicative Functions of Term Variation in Research Articles: A Comparative Study in Psychology and Geology. Applied Linguistics 40:4  pp. 624 ff. Crossref logo
Freixa, Judit & Sabela Fernández-Silva
2017.  In Multiple Perspectives on Terminological Variation [Terminology and Lexicography Research and Practice, 18],  pp. 155 ff. Crossref logo
Humbert-Droz, Julie, Aurélie Picton & Anne Condamines
2019. How to build a corpus for a tool-based approach to determinologisation in the field of particle physics. Research in Corpus Linguistics 7  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Joan Casademont, Anna
2018. Variation dénominative avec conséquences cognitives : quelques exemples détectés autour de « musée ». Meta 63:2  pp. 444 ff. Crossref logo
Ledouble, Hélène
2020. Term circulation and conceptual instability in the mediation of science: Binary framing of the notions of biological versus chemical pesticides. Discourse & Communication 14:5  pp. 466 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 22 november 2020. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.