Guidelines for collaborative legal/administrative terminology work

Elena Chiocchetti, Barbara Heinisch-Obermoser, Georg Löckinger, Vesna Lusicky, Natascia Ralli, Isabella Stanizzi, Tanja Wissik

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Abstract

Terminological theory may often clash against terminological practice, as shortage of staff and of financial means, urgent deadlines, limited availability of domain experts and tools that do not adequately support all steps of the terminological workflow hamper the potential of terminology work. The present Guidelines have been developed within the ICT-PSP project LISE – Legal Language Interoperability Services (http://www.lise-termservices.eu), which aimed at responding to the need for better tools supporting terminological activities and also at giving some methodological guidance for terminology work in the legal/administrative domain.
Several terminology centres and units in Europe do not possess written guidelines and instructions for their workflows or have only partial documentation. The Guidelines intend to offer an example of the general contents and issues such documentation should consider, e. g. a description of the full workflow, specifications concerning all activities carried out, the roles involved and the methodologies applied.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
VerlagEurac Research - Institute for Specialised Communication and Multilingualism
Seitenumfang82
ISBN (elektronisch)978-88-88906-89-8
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2013

ÖFOS 2012

  • 602049 Terminologielehre

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