Dataset_3_Genres and languages in science communication: the multiple dimensions of the science-policy interface_ Cross-disciplinary trends of language choice in professional and public communication of science online

Published: 08-03-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7rb7tvybd6.1
Contributor:
CARMEN PEREZ-LLANTADA

Description

This dataset specifically looks into Questions 8 and 9 of the survey “Scientific communication in the digital age”. These questions enquire into languages for professional and public communication of science online. The dataset contains descriptive statistical data from the Mendeley datasets associated with the article “Genres and languages in science communication: the multiple dimensions of the science-policy interface” published in Language and Communication. The findings show that plurilingual public communication of science is the preferred choice across the disciplines. As shown in the visuals, this trend is more marked in the Social Science and Education and in the Humanities and Arts (circa 65% of all responses in each disciplinary grouping). For further details see associated Datasets 1 & 2: PEREZ-LLANTADA, CARMEN (2021), “Dataset_1_Genres and languages in science communication: the multiple dimensions of the science-policy interface_ Survey_design_Scientific_communication_in_the_digital_age”, Mendeley Data, V1, doi: 10.17632/wr3x9pkygz.1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/wr3x9pkygz.1 PEREZ-LLANTADA, CARMEN (2021), “Dataset_2_Genres and languages in science communication: the multiple dimensions of the science-policy interface_Results of the descriptive statistical analysis”, Mendeley Data, V1, doi: 10.17632/ypxnj8wjj7.1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/ypxnj8wjj7.1

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Please read the associated article Genres and languages in science communication: the multiple dimensions of the science-policy interface, Language and Communication and its associated datasets 1 and 2 for further details regarding the steps to reproduce this study.