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IPCC communicative practices: A linguistic comparison of the Summary for Policymakers 2007 and 2013
(Copenhagen Business School, Department of International Culture and Communication Studies (IKK) and Department of International Language Studies and Computational Linguistics (ISV), 2014)
The present paper undertakes an analysis of language use in two so-called Summaries for policymakers (SPMs), published as part of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Assessment Reports 4 (AR4, 2007) and 5 ...
A linguistic framework for studying voices and positions in the climate debate
(De Gruyter, 2014-07)
The public debate on the highly contested issue of climate change is characterized by a multitude of voices as well as position taking by the social actors involved. Studies involving the climate issue have emanated from ...