SPECIAL ISSUE: Anglicisms in Domain-Specific Discourse: Fashion, Leisure and Entertainment

  • Carmen Isabel Luján García Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
  • Virginia Pulcini Università degli Studi di Torino


Current facts such as globalized markets and internationalization have led to the increasing spread of the English language as the main vehicle of cross-border communication, especially among speakers whose native language is not English. This role of English as a lingua francaof international communication in multilingual contexts has been studied and differently assessed by scholars, who have envisaged, on the one hand, a useful improvement of global understanding by means of a shared code (Seidlhofer, 2011) or, on the other hand, a dangerous reduction of the world’s linguistic diversity (Phillipson, 2008)...


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Luján García, C., & Pulcini, V. (2018). SPECIAL ISSUE: Anglicisms in Domain-Specific Discourse: Fashion, Leisure and Entertainment. Revista De Lenguas Para Fines Específicos, 24(1), 10-17. Recuperado a partir de https://ojsspdc.ulpgc.es/ojs/index.php/LFE/article/view/956
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