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Mohammad Hassan F, Rasekh N, Afshari M, Fesanghari E. Critical Discourse Analysis of Approved Equivalent Forms of Academy of Persian Language and Literature in Physical Education Specialized Terminology. ATVSPORT. 2017; 3 (1) :1-20
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Master of Arts, English Translation, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Iran International Affairs Coordinator, Sport Sciences Research Institute of Iran
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This study aimed to survey perceptions of stakeholders towards approved words of Academy of Persian Language and Literature in the fields of physical education and psychology. Language is used to communicate in human society. It will be used as a sign among humans. The meaning of each of these signs is in fact the situations in which that signs are used (Bateni, 1976). Hall (cited in Bateni, 1976) believes that when languages change, they will not be corrupted and the next step’s value of a language is no more or less than the previous stage. At the time when linguistic habits change, there is no authority or regulation to prevent changing processes and new changes are as good as old rules (Bateni, 1976). Any attempt to establish absolute criteria and decisive measures to adjust the language is doomed to fail (Bateni, 1976). Farshidvard (2007) stated that language is one of the amazing talents of human, the most important means of communication between people, and a means of expressing ideas .Actually the reason that people think is because of language. 
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Received: 2019/08/7 | Accepted: 2019/08/7 | Published: 2019/08/7

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