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Calidad Revistas Científicas Españolas
VOL.
15(2)/
2002
Author / Carlos ELÍAS
Article /

Abstract /

This research try to analyse how is knowledge translated by experts and how are the analogies and differences between experts and journalism messages. The first ones send their results with theirs own code systems in scientific meetings or journals. But these journals are also one of the main sources for specialized journalism. The complicated job of translating science codes into journalism message is the main point of a successful specialized publications. Popularizing science discourse maybe will be the only real opportunity for connecting expert and journalist languages with the society. But if these professional groups don’t learn this discourses each other, there are the only solution: include a secondary sender as a translator. So we have to increase the traditional Jakobson’s communicative model for specialized journalism.

Keywords /

Specialized languages, message production, specialized journalism, communication theory.

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