LCM Journal. Vol 5, No 1 (2018). Research Perspectives on Bioethically-relevant Discourse

LCM Journal. Vol 5, No 1 (2018). Research Perspectives on Bioethically-relevant Discourse

Lingue Culture Mediazioni / Languages Cultures Mediation (LCM Journal), edited by the Department of Language Mediation and Intercultural Communication of Università degli Studi di Milano, is a peer-reviewed journal which aims to investigate the linguistic and cultural phenomena characterising the contemporary world, and explore them in the context of the highly intricate web of historical, geographical, social and legal factors in which they are set. Issue 1/2018 Table of Contents: Research Themes in Bioethically-relevant Discourse: An Overview
Kim Grego, Priscilla C. Heynderickx

Scientific Knowledge and Legislative Drafting: Focus on Surrogacy Laws
Giuliana Elena Garzone

"The diet is not suitable for all...": On the British and Irish web-based discourse on the Ketogenic Diet
Davide Mazzi

Genetic Bragging as a Speech Act: From Fictional to Non-fictional Discourse
Sergio Pizziconi, Walter Giordano, Laura Di Ferrante

Stem Cells and (Pseudo)Science: Discursive Aspects of the Stamina Case as Seen in Nature
Alessandra Vicentini

The Construction of Physician-patient Trust. A Case Report of an Oncologist's Consults in Palliative Care
Sylvain Maria Dieltjens, Priscilla C. Heynderickx

Ethical Aspects in Web Marketing for Seniors: A Grid for Linguistic Analysis
Kim Grego

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