This is a Q&A site for a topic so broad that I doubt anyone is up to date on all of the relevant theories/analyses/terminology, so even for professional linguists (i.e. Professors, basically), I doubt that they will be able to phrase every question they might think interesting in current and concisely defined terms.
I doubt that a Q&A site that expects everyone asking questions to be on top of current academic terminology will have a lot of valid questions to answer, so why do I keep reading comments like "Your terminology is unclear, so I have voted to close this question", especially as the first comment? Isn't that a good way to make damn sure that noone will ever dare ask a question again? And wouldn't it be possible just to edit the question, or in the case of terms with few distinct meanings, try to answer just one of them, or maybe all of them in one answer?
Edit: Also, should comments like that be flagged as "not constructive"? To be honest, seeing them makes me angry the way only flaming teammates in online games do, and I can only imagine what they do to the emotional well-being of the actual askers.
Another Edit: I was unaware that this site is targeted at professional researchers, but older questions imply that the goal was to get research level questions. But I don't really understand this, because I know I'd feel somewhat awkward if most of the research in my PhD boils down to public internet discussions where a lot of the input didn't come from me; it would make it look like a collaborate internet effort rather than my own thesis.