Terminologi og fagspråk - teori og praksis
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Original versionSYNAPS - A Journal of Professional Communication 18(2006) pp.5-9
The Norwegian Language Council in January 2005 appointed a group with external members which is to work in the field of terminology and language for special purposes (LSP). I attempt to give a brief account of the achievements of the group since then. The Language Council itself is in the process of being reorganized, and in this connection it has commissioned a thorough study of the present situation of the Norwegian language, a report of which was presented only two weeks ago. The report at the same time is a strategic document which amongst other things proposes language policy measures that are conceived necessary in order to protect the Norwegian language against a powerful Anglo-American language influence in an increasingly internationalized world. I also give a brief outline of the main features of the aforementioned reorganization and of the contents of the report as regards terminology and LSP.
This article is in Norwegian.