Associate Professor Marita Kristiansen


Marita Kristiansen 


Telephone: +47 55 959 282
Fax: +47 55 959 100
Title: Associate professor,
Nationality: Norwegian
Teaching languages: Norwegian, English
CV (English version)    

Teaching areas/course definitions
Undergraduate: English for business and administration (institutions, business communication), LSP and terminology
Master: Terminology

Present: Language resources and technology, domain and term dynamics, neology, and term formation, language planning corpus linguistics, economic-administrative terminology, financial jargon
Former: Terminography, administrative terminology, disciplinary autonomy

Selected publications:

(with co-author G. Andersen) Corpus approaches to neology and their relevance for dynamic domains. In Neologica 6/2012, 43-62.

Using web-based corpora to find Norwegian specialised neologies. In  Communication and Language at Work 1/2012, 10-19.

Financial jargon in a general newspaper corpus. In Andersen, G. (ed.) Exploring Norwegian Newspaper Language  –  Using the web to create and investigate a large corpus of modern Norwegian. Amsterdam/New York: John Benjamins. 257-283.

Ligge long eller shorte naken. En korpusbasert studie av termdanning i norske aviser. In Nordterm 2011. Samarbetet ger resultat: från begreppskaos till õverenskomna termer. 7.-10. juni 2011 Vasa, 199-207

Domain dynamics in scholarly areas. How external pressure may cause concept and term changes. In Temmerman, R. and M. Van Campenhoudt (eds.) The Dynamics of Terms in Specialized Communication. An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Terminology 17(1)2011, 30-48

(with co-author G. Andersen). Terminor og Termportalen – nye initiativer for norsk terminologisk infrastruktur. Nordterm2009: Ontologier og taksonomier, 9.-12. juni 2009, København. 209-222.

Language Planning in Higher Education. The Case of Microeconomics. In Heine, C. and J. Engberg (eds.) Reconceptualizing LSP. Online proceedings of the XVII European LSP Symposium 2009. Aarhus 2010

Domain dynamics and language planning. A comment on Niina Nissilä’s paper “Studying Concepts of Business Economics with Terminological Methods”. In Toft, B & N. Pilke (eds) Terminology science and research - Journal of the International Institute of Terminology Research, 18 (2007).
(with co-authors K. Innselset and K. Øvsthus) Looking back to move forward. Challenges related to deceitful parallel texts and slippery terms. In Dahl, T, J. Roald and I. Simonnæs (eds.) Synaps 21/2008. Festskrift for Magnar Brekke. Bergen: Norges Handelshøyskole. 73-90.
Complexity and indeterminacy in delineating scholarly areas. Some implications for LSP research and teaching. In LSP and Professional Communication 17(1) 2007. Copenhagen: DSFF, 62-84.
A terminological approach to multi-disciplinary domains and disciplinary autonomy. In Terminology science and research - Journal of the International Institute of Terminology Research, 17 (2006).
Disciplinary autonomy and concept relations in electronic knowledge bases. A theoretical approach to KB-N - a knowledge base for economic-administrative domains. In SYNAPS - Fagspråk. Kommunikasjon. Kulturkunnskap, 17(2005). Bergen: NHH, 1-7.
(with co-authors K. Øvsthus, K. Innselset and M. Brekke. Developing automatic term extraction. Automatic domain specific term extraction for Norwegian. In Proceedings of Terminology and Knowledge Engineering, Copenhagen, Denmark. 50-62.
The Multi-Disciplinary Nature of the Social Sciences. Investigating Disciplinary Autonomy in Organisational Behaviour by means of Terminological Analysis. Bergen: University of Bergen/NHH, thesis.
Concept borrowing in the behavioural sciences. Investigating relational concept changes. In The 14th European Symposium on Language for Special Purposes, 14 August 2003. Guildford, Surrey: University of Surrey, 241-247.

(with co-author M. Brekke). Textual and terminological bridgeheads for traversing the language gap. In Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Language Resources for Translation Work and Research, 38-43.
Emerging disciplines in the behavioural sciences. Assessment of disciplinary autonomy by terminological conceptual analysis.
In Unesco Alsed-LSP Newsletter vol. 23, no.2 (50) December 2000. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School.

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