ANTIA, Bassey Edem
landscapes, the dynamics of 'globalization', among other factors, are spawning
new policy attitudes towards multilingualism, and again putting language planning
(LP) on the map - in a manner reminiscent of the 1960s and 1970s. With respect
to terminology, this book suggests that to be relevant and sustainable, current
LP would have to define its mission as the deregulation of access to specialized
knowledge, and correspondingly be founded on substantially different methods
and theoretical bases: epistemology and ontology of specialized domains; research
on language for special purposes (LSP) and collocations; corpus linguistics;
knowledge extraction and knowledge representation; language engineering technologies.
On the one hand, the book recommends itself to decision-makers and language
planning project managers. On the other, it should be of interest to students
of LSP and terminology, language planning, concept and object theories, knowledge
modeling, artificial intelligence, text and corpus management, translation
process analysis, text and African linguistics.
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