The Language of Science
Psychology Press, 2005 - 131 стор.
The communication of scientific principles is becoming increasingly important in a world that relies on technology. Exploring the use of scientific language in the news and examining how important scientific ideas are reported and communicated, this title in the Intertext series takes a look at the use and misuse of scientific language and how it shapes our lives.
The Language of Science:
This practical book is ideal for post-16 to undergraduate students in English Language, Linguistics, Journalism, Communications Studies or Science Communication.
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Scientific vs poetic language
Scientific language and the AIDS epidemic
Metaphors as theories
The language of genetics
Grammatical metaphor and scientific theory
Discourse and facts
Tracing consensus about AIDS
Understanding the rhetorical in science
Rhetoric as persuasive art
Rhetoric and AIDS
Types of statements and the evolution of scientific facts