The way incumbent American president Donald Trump uses language has long been a trademark of his person. Among other things, Trump has popularized terms like 'fake news' and has not shied away from giving derogatory nicknames to political opponents. Linguists worldwide now investigated various aspects of Donald Trump's idiolect, resulting in ten comprehensive analyses published in the edited volume 'Linguistic Inquiries into Donald Trump's Language. From 'Fake News' to 'Tremendous Success'.
'What to Expect When You're Expecting Robots,' a new book co-authored by MIT Professor Julie Shah and alumna Laura Major SM '05, explores a future populated with robot helpers.
In Everyday Chaos, Brian Clegg explains chaos and complexity, with illuminating examples ranging from unpredictable pendulums to London's wobbly Millennium Bridge.
This book presents the current treatment practices in the management of cardiovascular disease complications.
This book updates the readers about the working principles of various kinds of advanced biosensing technologies
Ideas, theories, experiments, and unanswered questions in particle physics, explained (with anecdotes) for the general reader.
Critical acclaim has greeted a major biography of the poet and novelist Sylvia Plath, written by the American scholar Heather Clark, who is Professor of Contemporary Poetry at the University of Huddersfield.
In his book The Climate Crisis, Democracy and Governance the Belgian author and EU official Eric Ponthieu argues that at a time when the world is facing unprecedented health, environmental and social challenges governments must take a radical and progressive lead in making changes -- imposing them if necessary -- if there is to be any hope of slowing, stopping and then reversing the journey towards global ruin.
How some firms are rewriting the rules of commerce by pursuing 'ends'--actual outcomes--rather than selling 'means'--their products and services.
This bilingual digital publication harnesses data from the groundbreaking Comédie-Française Registers Project to open new avenues of inquiry into a crucial era in French theater history and broaden the nature of humanities scholarship.