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The Languages of Science: A Corpus-Based Study of Experimental and Historical Science Articles
 

Summary: The Languages of Science:
A Corpus-Based Study of Experimental and Historical Science Articles
Shlomo Argamon (argamon@iit.edu)
Paul Chase (chaspau@iit.edu)
Illinois Institute of Technology
Dept. of Computer Science, 10 W 31st
Street
Chicago, IL 60616, USA
Jeff Dodick (jdodick@vms.huji.ac.il)
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Department of Science Teaching, Givat Ram
Jerusalem 91904, ISRAEL
Abstract
Studying the communication patterns of scientists can give
us insight into how science works in practice. We have
been studying the language of peer-reviewed journal
articles in several scientific fields, and argue that
methodological differences between different scientific
fields are reflected in differences in how scientists in these
fields rhetorically organize their texts. Techniques of

  

Source: Argamon, Shlomo - Department of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences