Issue Title
Vol 23, No 1 (2019) Pragmatics among Linguistic Disciplines: Problems of Definition and Classification
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(Rus)
Kotorova E.G.
Vol 20, No 4 (2016): Discourse Analysis in the 21st Century: Theory and Practice (I) A Dialogic Approach to Pragmatics
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(Eng)
Kecskes I.
No 4 (2014) Semantics and Pragmatics of a Linguistic Sign as Cultural Information Drivers
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(Rus)
Ivanova S.V., Chanysheva Z.Z.
No 4 (2014) The Pragmatics of the Handshake: A Politeness Index in British and Italian Usage
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(Eng)
Douglas Ponton -.
No 2 (2015) Pragmatics of Emotions in Modern French Advertising
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(Rus)
Borisova A.S., Rubinshtein K.E.
No 3 (2014) Allusions and quotations as a means of representing emotions in the Russian and English financial discourse
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(Rus)
Chugunov A.(.
Vol 21, No 4 (2017) INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE - A FURTHER CHALLENGE
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(Eng)
Cranmer R.
Vol 21, No 4 (2017) CORPOREAL PRAGMATICS OF THE SUBJECT OF POLITICAL DISCOURSE
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(Rus)
Chanysheva Z.Z.
Vol 20, No 4 (2016): Discourse Analysis in the 21st Century: Theory and Practice (I) Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics: Their Scope and Relation
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(Eng)
Alba-Juez L.
No 1 (2012) Phraseological units with personal names in modern Spanish
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(Rus)
Chesnokova O.S., Shkarban E.A.
No 1 (2012) The Role of Speech Acts Theory in the Development of Linguistic Pragmatics
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(Rus)
Bobrova E.D.
No 1 (2015) Pragmatics of Emotions in Intercultural Context
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(Rus)
Larina T.V.
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