The Routledge INTERTEXT series aims to develop readers’ understanding of how texts work. [...]
The Language of War:explores how military discourse has entered mainstream language use focuses on how language is used to construct opposing sides during armed conflict analyzes the interaction between verbal and visual language in military propaganda compares and contrasts media coverage of war with the language of official reports draws on an eclectic range of military and non-military texts from a wide variety of sources.
The Routledge INTERTEXT series [...]
The Language of Science:explores the goals of, and problems with, scientific language and terminology demonstrates the power and misuse of scientific discourse in the media examines the special qualities of scientific communication explores how science and popular culture interact is illustrated with a wide range of examples from the MMR vaccine to AIDS and the biological weapons debate, and includes a glossary as well as ideas for further reading.