EXPLICIT INTERTEXTUALITY IN SCIENCE POPULARIZATION NEWS

Anelise Scotti Scherer

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This paper aims at identifying traces of explicit intertextuality in 30
science popularization (SP) news articles from BBC News and Scientific American
online publications. The textual analysis involves: a) identification and analysis of
linguistic traces of explicit intertextuality; and b) interpretation of data in relation
to the SP process (Motta-Roth, 2009). The results suggest that intertextual
strategies in SP news: 1) emphasize the role of the journalist to inform the
reader about new studies; and 2) make it possible to explain scientific principles
and concepts, evaluate the research and promote discussion on its relevance
for society while encouraging readers to participate in the process, supporting
the scientific endeavor.


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