4 edition of dominance of English as a language of science found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ulrich Ammon.|
|Series||Contributions to the sociology of language ;, 84|
|LC Classifications||PE1475 .D66 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 478 p. :|
|Number of Pages||478|
|LC Control Number||2001030388|
The text shows to what degree English is now the dominant language of science. It gives a world-wide overview of various countries on all continents aiming beyond . Many scientists today take it for granted that the research papers they want to read are available in English. But the dominance of English in scientific communication wasn't always so certain. Scientific Babel: How Science Was Done Before and After Global English (University of Chicago Press) explores the evolution of science and language. The.
The dominance of English in the international scientific periodical literature and the future of language use in science Rainer Enrique Hamel | Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México, D. F. Throughout the 20th century, international communication has shifted from a plural use of several languages to a clear pre-eminence of English. English is the dominant inter-language of the world and it is used and spoken by vastly more people than those who have it as their first or family language.
Buy The Dominance of English as a Language of Science: Effects on Other Languages and Language Communities (Contributions to Sociology of Language) (Contributions to the Sociology of Language [CSL]) Reprint by Ammon, Ulrich (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The massive bulk of Soviet scientists and engineers that rose up after the war, however, presented the US with a new scientific competitor. In the s and ’60s, with about 25 per cent of world publication, Russian became the second most dominant scientific language, trailing the 60 per cent of English.
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The dominant language was German. “So the story of the 20th century is not so much the rise of English as the serial collapse of German as the up-and-coming language of scientific communication. But the dominance of English as science's lingua franca makes it more difficult for researchers and policy makers speaking non-English languages to take advantage of science Author: Ben Panko.
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Please find details Contact Persons; Book Book Series. Overview. Details. x cm xiii, pages 11 maps 21 Fig. 68 Tables DE GRUYTER MOUTON. ABSTRACT: This paper observed the dominant role of English as International language of science and technology.
Various factors that facilitated the dominance of the language in science and technology were observed. The most technologically advanced nations of the world were also observed with various languages used in each of the countries. Tourist language courses just won’t do.
Find Solutions First, Debate Later. The argument for the dominance of English in Science may now look weak in the face of global demographics, but the strength of the infrastructure remains undamaged. In his landmark book Decolonising the Mind: the Politics of Language in African Literature, he describes the corrosive effect of English language instruction, comparing it to a form of.
And while English has long been the dominant (but not only) language in scientific journals, pressures for English are now reaching social sciences and humanities scholars. As a result, scholars who write about, for example, Hungarian history are now being pushed to publish in English, even though a large part of their research community is.
Gordin's upcoming book, Scientific Babel, explores the history of language and science. He says that English was far from the dominant scientific language in The dominant language. How English Came To Be The Dominant Language In Science Publications New research suggests that scientific publications may be overlooked in non-English speaking countries.
NPR's Lulu Garcia. English is an Indo-European language and belongs to the West Germanic group of the Germanic languages. Old English originated from a Germanic tribal and linguistic continuum along the Frisian North Sea coast, whose languages gradually evolved into the Anglic languages in the British Isles, and into the Frisian languages and Low German/Low Saxon on the continent.
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The most common reason offered to explain this pre-eminence of English is that the dominance is merely a reflection of the dominance of USA in world affairs and the legacy of the British empire. as Montgomery, the author of Does Science Need a Global Language.
English and the Future of Research, says in an interview, ‘The rise of English Author: Yateendra Joshi. English is now used almost exclusively as the language of science.
The adoption of a de facto universal language of science has had an extraordinary effect on scientific communication: by learning a single language, scientists around the world gain access to the vast scientific literature and can communicate with other scientists anywhere in the world.
The Expansion of English as a Language of Science and Communi-cation: East and Southeast Asia II. Countries with a History of English-Language Dominance Richard B. Baldauf Jr. (Sydney, Australia) Speaking of Science: The Use by Australian University Science Staff of Language Skills Bernard Spolsky and Elana Shohamy (Ramat-Gan, Israel).
English in the Social Sciences / Abram de Swan. The Dominance of English at European Universities: Switzerland and Sweden Compared / Heather Murray and Silvia Dingwall. The Expansion of English as a Language of Science and Communication: East and Southeast Asia / Grant D.
McConnell --II. Countries with a History of English-Language Dominance. English, Book, Illustrated edition: The dominance of English as a language of science: effects on other languages and language communities / edited by Ulrich Ammon.
Get this edition User activity. Sean Perera, a researcher in science communication from the Australian National University, described the current situation this way: “The English language plays a dominant .dominance of English as a language of science on other languages and speech communities.
The global search for a common auxiliary language that allows unprecedented possibilities for international cooperation, and the resulting prev-alence and dominance of English in science, vary in kind and degree, as well as.