'Targeted Killing,' 'Detainee' and 'Torture': Why Language Choice Matters

'Targeted Killing,' 'Detainee' and 'Torture': Why Language Choice Matters
These writers complain that language choices make a huge difference in perception, especially when they accept and adopt government-speak. One reader, Donald Mintz, a professor emeritus at Montclair State University, objects to the unquestioning use of …
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In Japan, Bill Cartwright Speaks the Language of Winning
OSAKA, Japan (AP) — A decade removed from his last head-coaching job, Bill Cartwright is back on the bench — taking the five championship rings he won as a player and an assistant for the Chicago Bulls to Japan.
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UAS approves faculty collegiality language
With one nay and four abstentions, the University Academic Senate of Grand Valley State University approved slight changes of language in the faculty handbook concerning collegiality at its meeting April 12. The new language makes minor alterations to …
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