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Stereotipurile lingvistice din textele administrative ale instituţiilor Uniunii Europene de la Bruxelles

Publication: Meridian Critic / Analele Universităţii „Ștefan cel Mare” din Suceava. Seria Filologie. A. Lingvistică, B. Literatură, 26 (1), Section Critical dossier: Critical discourse and linguistic variation: Cultural and linguistic stereotypes, p. 153-159
Publisher:Editura Universităţii din Suceava
Abstract:Emerged after the political and economic centralization of states within the EU, Brussels language is a variant of the old language used in the communist period, developed in the administrative field, but non persuasive and not manipulated, but direct and corrective to the national policies. Brussels language corresponds to a supranational transmitter and to a national - institutional receptor, constituting a formula of vertical communication, expressed generally by linguistic stereotypes. The analysis of the texts from the present study shows that in the current state of the Romanian language, the notion of language Brussels is only a conjectural label of the language without being subject to the rules of language in order to fit.
Key words:centralization, Brussels language, vertical communication
Language: Romanian

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