The production process of EU directives and their transposition into national law - additional considerations reviewing “Observing Eurolects. Corpus analysis of linguistic variation in EU law” by Laura Mori (ed.). Amsterdam, Benjamins 2018
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Schlagwörter

Eurolects
EU directives
transposition
national law
corpus analysis
legal drafting
review
European Legal Linguistics
Eurolekt
EU-Richtlinien
UMsetzung in nationales Recht
nationales Recht
Korpusanalyse
Rechtsetzung
Rezension
Europäische Rechtslinguistik

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Zitationsvorschlag

Heinemann, Ellen (2019) „The production process of EU directives and their transposition into national law - additional considerations reviewing “Observing Eurolects. Corpus analysis of linguistic variation in EU law” by Laura Mori (ed.). Amsterdam, Benjamins 2018“. Zeitschrift für Europäische Rechtslinguistik (ZERL). Köln: Europäische Rechtslinguistik. doi: 10.18716/ojs/zerl/2019.0.580.

URN

http://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:hbz:38-103146

Abstract

The book under review presents the frst results obtained in the framework of the ambitious Eurolect Observatory Project, set up in 2013 at the Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma (UNINT) and coordinated by Laura MORI. In this frst phase, 19 researchers from 11 European universities analysed corpora containing EU directives and national implementing measures in 11 languages (Dutch, Finnish, French, English, German, Greek, Italian, Latvian, Maltese, Polish and Spanish) with a view to testing and/or confrming “the hypothesis that there are EU legal varieties (“Eurolects”) which were born and developed within the linguistic dia-systems” of a specifc Member State, and to highlighting “the differences between each Eurolect and its corresponding national legal variety, in order to provide elements that might be useful to the study of metalinguistic and translational issues”.

https://doi.org/10.18716/ojs/zerl/2019.0.580
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