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Recontextualized Knowledge

Recontextualized Knowledge

Rhetoric - Situation - Science Communication

by Olaf Kramer and Markus Gottschling
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Publication Date: 23/11/2020
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Recontextualized Knowledge aims to analyze the communicative situations involved in the popularization of scientific knowledge: their settings, audiences, and the adaptive process of recontextualization in science communication. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, this publication brings together essays from rhetoric, linguistics, and psychology as well as political and education sciences to serve as an in-depth exploration of today's communicative situations in science communication.
ISBN:
9783110676280
9783110676280
Category:
Semantics
Format:
Hardback
Publication Date:
23-11-2020
Language:
English
Publisher:
Walter\de Gruyter#GmbH
Country of origin:
Germany
Dimensions (mm):
230x155mm
Weight:
0.47kg

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