Changes in the Russian Terminology of Economic Law since Perestroika.

Changes in the Russian Terminology of Economic Law since Perestroika.
  • Autor
  • Jahr 2012
  • Seiten eBook (PDF), 208 S. 21 cm. (Originalausgabe von 2000).
  • Reihe Slavistische Beiträge, Band 391
  • Verlag Verlag Otto Sagner, München
  • ISBN 978-3-95479-047-0
  • Zugriff Open Access, DRM-frei
  • Format Text-Bild-PDF, Qualität: hoch, Durchsuchbar: ja, Größe: 6.82 MB
  • Artikel-Nr. 1391E

The present thesis deliberately restricts its area of research in various ways. First, it will only investigate changes in vocabulary that represent semantic change or that can be related to changes in the speakers' attitudes or societal values; any other change (related to stress, orthography, etc.) will not be considered. Second, and more importantly, it will focus on a group of words that is closely defined in two ways - (i) thematically, in that these words must form part of economic terminology, and (ii) in relation to the type of text in which these words are used, namely legal texts, in particular laws. The study will also investigate whether the meanings of pre-Revolutionary terms that have been revived since perestroika differ from their original senses. Includes bibliographical references (p. 167 - 196). Durchsuchbare elektronische Faksimileausgabe als PDF. Digitalisiert im Rahmen des DFG-Projektes Digi20 in Kooperation mit der BSB München. OCR-Bearbeitung durch den Verlag Otto Sagner.

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Changes in the Russian Terminology of Economic Law since Perestroika.

Changes in the Russian Terminology of Economic Law since Perestroika.

  • Autor Rajewsky, Alice
  • Jahr 2000
  • Seiten Br., 208 S., 21 cm.
  • Verlag Verlag Otto Sagner, München
  • Land Deutschland
  • ISBN 978-3-87690-757-4
  • Preis 21,00 Euro
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