Gimtosios kalbos, tautinio tapatumo ir dalykinės kalbos sąsaja ugdant būsimus statutinius pareigūnus
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Language for specific purposes linguistics as an autonomous branch of Linguistics of science was formed only in the 20th century, with the emergence in the sixties to seventies communicational-functional, pragmatic approach to language. The concept of the term technical terminology has been developed by German linguists who are treated by the indication of the language as a part of everyday language, which measures a variety of the language allows to communicate both – professionals and non-professionals. In addition to the culture, customs, traditions, and history of the territory defined in a common language, there is a strong identification of the individual with a particular national group. Statutory officers (police officers, border guards, cadets) are also associated with the national identity, because they carry out the function of nation's protection and represents the country as some of the nation's territory. After the interviewing the future statutory officers about the relationships of national identity, native language and their future profession, it became evident that majority of respondents linked national identity with their native language and native language with history. Thus, the subject of the article – the link of national language, language for specific purposes, national identity and profession of future statutory officers. In this context, the aim is to give an overview of the language of the article subject, as one of the features of the importance of developing national identity, the future statutory officers. Purpose shall be appointed for a few tasks: 1) to discuss the relationship between the language for specific purposes and national identity; 2) to evaluate the data of the inquiry; 3) to link theoretical insights with test results. In conclusion the results obtained, it can be argued that many of the ethnic identity of the respondents associate with language, and this is with a story. All of these elements are linked and lead to the presence of one another. The research results also show that a lot of respondents find the links between language and national identity. The research participants also admitted that the relationship between the development of national identity and language for specific purposes is also of great importance.
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