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Authors
ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN TERMS “NATIVE SPEAKER”: ILLUSORY EQUIVALENTS
LOVTSEVICH G.N., GICH O.N.
Institutional discourse analysis: educational discourse
Penkov B.V.
Institutional Discourse Markers: Educational Discourse
Penkov B.V.
The Realization of Impoliteness in Arguments between the Democrats and Republicans over the Government Shutdown Issue in the US
Alemi M., Latifi A.
PERSUASION IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE: BARAK OBAMA’S PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES AGAINST ISIS
ALEMI M., LATIFI A., NEMATZADEH A.
Understandings of Impoliteness in the Greek Context
Tzanne A., Sifianou M.
Narratives about Displacement and Stigmatization of Identities
de Oliveira M.C., Lisboa C.M.
Approaches to Genre Analysis of English Engineering Discourse
Bolsunovskaya L.M.
“Let Me Tell You...”: Audience Engagement Strategies in the Campaign Speeches of Trump, Clinton, and Sanders
Quam J., Ryshina-Pankova M.
Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics: Their Scope and Relation
Alba-Juez L.
Translation Analysis of Linguistic Characteristics of French Specific Discourse
Gavrilenko N.N.
Movements and Meanings: Towards an Integrated Approach to Political Discourse Analysis
Ponton D.M.
Speech Genres and Discourse: Genres Study in Discourse Analysis Paradigm
Dementyev V.V.
Metasemiotic Projects and Lifestyle Media: Formulating Commodities as Resources for Identity Enactment
Molodychenko E.N.
Shopping as ‘Best Practice’ - Analyzing Walmart’s Debated Sustainability Policies
Abbamonte L., Cavaliere F.
Stylistic Features in Academic Discourse
Lobina Y.A.
Metaphor and Grammar in the Poetic Representation of Nature
Goatly A.
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