Disseminating Statistics in Europe: the Language Perspective
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BeschreibungThis study provides information on the state of the art of the language used for disseminating statistics in Europe by means of a corpus of English National Statistical Yearbooks of EU member countries and Eurostat(ENSY). The study proposes an investigation on the language of statistics so far little explored but topical, due to the wide use of statistics in many fields (e.g. economics, social phenomena, lifestyles, policies etc.). The use of ELF (English as a Lingua Franca) has facilitated communication among statisticians in the EU enabling direct exchange among members of the same discourse Community (Swales 2004), and not only. Thanks to the English translations of national statistical publications, all the educated European citizens have access to statistics, which are now freely accessible on the web. This fact is leading to new language strategies and to an increasing use of ELF for statistics intercultural communication.
PortraitFrancesca Scambia was born in Rome where she lives. After graduating in Modern Languages she started working as a free-lance interpreter and translator, increasingly developing her international profile. She has been working at the Italian National Statistical Institute (Istat) since 2000 and in 2013 got a PhD in ESP(English for Special Purposes).
Untertitel: The Role Of Language As A Component Of Statistical Quality For An Effective Communication Of Translated Texts. Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2015
Seitenanzahl: 136 Seiten