Structural complexity of popular science narratives of discovery as an indicator of reader-awareness: a Labov-inspired approach

English Language and Applied Linguistics PhD student Olga Pilkington (of Dixie State University, USA) has had a paper accepted for publication by Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations. The title of the paper is ‘Structural complexity of popular science narratives of discovery as an indicator of reader-awareness: a Labov-inspired approach’. The paper is based on part of Olga’s research for her PhD.