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Proposed entry of organization in bilingual glossaries terminology - sign language and brazilian portuguese language

By Patricia Tuxi


This work, which is inserted in the research line of Translation and Terminology, presented as an object of study the basic terms used in political and educational discourses that permeate national conference events. In respect to the Law 10436/2002 and Decree 5626/2005 is right for the Deaf have access to information in Brazilian Sign Language - Libras. One way to ensure this right is the presence of translator and interpreter to act in areas with specialized subjects should retain the knowledge of the specific terminology used in different contexts. The current study is based on the methodology for the preparation of dictionaries and glossaries Faulstich (1995). The research follows the approach of Socioterminology and as following: i) recognition and identification of the target audience; ii) delimitation of the surveyed area; iii) collection and organization of data; iv) organization glossary and validity test. The search result is the presentation of a proposal for entry of organizing a Terminology Glossary Bilingual facing the conference area that can serve as a reference source and training of translators and interpreters who work in the national conference events

Topics: Entry, Bilingual Terminology Glossary, Brazilian Sign Language Interpreter signs, Translating and interpreting, P306-310
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.5007/2175-7968.2015v35nesp2p557
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:e29b631a21154c719b0968ea8b593b30
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