Structural-functional Model of Terminological Competence of the Professionals

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Abstract

The article explains the importance of terminology in professional training activities and communication and the need for mastery of terminological competence as the most important indicator of professionalism and the factor of improvement of quality of professional communication. Here substantial contributions are made to a methodology for studying terminological competence, identifi ed and described in its essential characteristics. Th e content of terminological competence and its functions is identifi ed and its position clarifi ed in the classifi cation system of modern professional competencies. The link is disclosed between terminology and linguistic, informational and professional competence. The structural and functional model of terminological competence of the specialist as a theoretical basis for the study are developed and described, as well as indicators of the manifestation of its components; namely the objective and cognitive component, intellectual and reflective component, and communicative and lingual component. A structural and functional model of terminological competence of the specialist is important to develop a method of its study and the selection and methodological tools.

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Keywords: term, terminology, terminological competence, a model of terminological competence of the specialist

Journal rubric: Educational Psychology

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Bordovskaia N.V., Koshkina E.A. Structural-functional Model of Terminological Competence of the Professionals . Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Psychology, 2016. no. 4, pp. 97–109. (In Russ., аbstr. in Engl.)

References

Churilova I. N. Professional’naia terminologiia kak sredstvo professional’noi kommunikatsii v podgotovke spetsialistov v oblasti teatral’nogo iskusstva [Professional terminology as the means of professional communication in training of specialists in performing arts]. Vestnik nauki Sibiri [ Scientific Bulletin of Siberia], 2015, Special issue (15), pp. 223–229. (In Russian)

Information About the Authors

Nina V. Bordovskaia, Doctor of Education, PhD in Pedagogics, Professor, head of Department of Psychology and Pedagogics of Personal and Professional Development, Saint Petersburg State University, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Education, St.Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: nina52@mail.ru

Elena A. Koshkina, Doctor of Education, Institute of Humanities, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named aft er M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russia, e-mail: coschkina.el@yandex.ru

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