A cross-cultural study of condolence strategies in a computer-mediated social network
Alemi M., Pazoki Moakhar N., Rezanejad A.
Discursive functions of Japanese Personal Pronouns
Oishi E.
Functional and stylistic characteristic of Arabic and Russian speakers’ speech activity
Krilov A.A.
Speech Etiquette in Online Communities: Medialinguistics Analysis
Duskaeva L.R.
Some Methodological Principles of Study on Speech Genre Borrowings
Dementyev V.V.
Representation of the Verbal Image of Aggression in the Informational Universe of the English-Language Mass Media
Komalova L.R.
The pragmatical versions of indirect speech acts presented in Russianart texts of the XX century
Kuznetsova S.V.
The Role of Speech Acts Theory in the Development of Linguistic Pragmatics
Bobrova E.D.
The use of metaphor power indices for the analysis of speech impact in political public speeches
Sun Y., Kalinin O.I., Ignatenko A.V.
Commencement Speech as a Hybrid Polydiscursive Practice
Ivanova S.V.
“Can we take a picture with you?” The realization of the refusal speech act with tourists by Emirati speakers
Deveci T., Midraj J.
Tracing the roots of phonetic variation in East Asian Englishes through loan phonology
Zavyalova V.L.
Speech Genres and Discourse: Genres Study in Discourse Analysis Paradigm
Dementyev V.V.
Emotional Effects of Positive Forms of Communication
Ionova S.V.
Sincerity/insincerity in the sphere of dialogue (on the material of russian art texts)
Kuznetsova S.V.
Corpus Methods in the Study of Speech Genres: A Problem of Key Phrases
Dementyev V.V., Stepanova N.B.
Lexical Ways of Expressing Explicit Politeness in German Linguoculture
Gazizov R.A.
The faculty of language as the basis of translation activity
Bazhenova I.V.
Problem of language and speech in polycultural family
Sahipova Z.G.
Sound systems interference of English and oriental languages
Zavyalova V.L.
Implicit elements indicating the subject of speech or thought in free indirect speech (Italian narrative of XIX—XXI centuries is considered as example)
Borisova E.S.
The dynamics of political correctness, inclusive language and freedom of speech
Leontovich O.A.
Peculiarities of Communicative Style in The Advertisement Genre in English and Russian University On-line Communication Discourse Analysis
Kupriyanova M.E.
The comparative analysis of progress made by Russian, European and Japanese psycholinguistics
Seredenko V.M.
Influence of speech situation and context on language locative expression
Fedoseeva L.N.
Discourse Motivations of Mental Construal and the Expression of Stance in Speech: A Case Study of English
Khrisonopulo E.Y.
Farewell - a Sorrowful Word ( Farewell - a Genre, a Concept, a Speech Act?)
Lassan E.R.
Ambiguous invitations in the American communicative culture
Schelchkova E.B.
On lexical borrowings from the Catalan, Galician and Basque languages in Spanish political speech
Urzhumtseva A.О.
The ethical aspects of mass communication
Klushina N.I.
Correlation of pitch variations on the emphasis of American public speaking
Ivanova Y.E.
A Cross-Cultural Study of American and Russian Proprieties in Communication
Issers O.S., Halvorson S.
Types of indirect compliments in Russian and Vietnamese communicative cultures
Nguyen Thu Huong -.
Discourse, Statement and Speech Act
Krasina E.A.
Intercultural Communication in the Light of Polish and Russian Verbal Etiquette
Korzeniewska-Berczyńska J.
Linguistic peculiarities of official public speech
Alontseva N.V., Ermoshin Y.A.
Formal and Informal Russian Invitation: Context and Politeness Strategies
Vlasyan G.R., Kozhukhova I.V.
The Place of Irony in the Speech Portrait of a Modern Politician
Gornostaeva A.A.
Indexical and Sequential Properties of Criticisms in Initial Interactions: Implications for Examining (Im) Politeness across Cultures
Haugh M., Chang W.M.
On the corpus analysis of Czech directive and hybrid directive-commissive performative verbs
Izotov A.I.
Pragmatic Aspects of Quotation in Spanish Media Texts
Terentieva E.D.
Politeness Strategies Employed By Americans and Russians When Declining an Invitation
Schelchkova E.B.
Speaking for Bakhtin: Two Interpretations of Reported Speech A Response to Goddard and Wierzbicka (2018)
Spronck S.
To the problem of the pragmatic equivalence in translation
Karpovskaya N.V.
Speech Act Classification of German Advertising Texts
Mamedov A.N.
Sense integration of thinking and speech and linking thoughts as its mediators. Part II
Chernyshev M.Y.
Sense integration of thinking and speech and linking thoughts as its mediators. Part I
Chernyshev M.Y.
Analysis of functions and structure of open speeches of modern politicians in Japan
Seredenko V.M.
On the significance and the linguistic means of emotional expressiveness in official public speech
Ermoshin Y.A.
Normative conservatism against language fashion
Krylova O.A.
“Promise” as Speech Behavior Pattern: Method of Contrastive Analysis (Based on Russian and German Languages)
Kotorova E.G.
The problem of nomination and designation in language and speech (comparative aspect)
Gusarov D.A., Semenov A.L.
Compliments play the role as an important behavioral culture factor in modern society (based on the materials in Russian and Vietnamese)
Nguyen Thu Huong -.
Locative as one of the most important category of Russian linguoculture
Fedoseeva L.N.
Repetition in German advertisement is a speech act, contributing to the realization of the advertiser's strategy
Mamedov A.N.
Lingvokognitive typology of symbols
Yakushevich I.V.
Linguistic tools of MSA and usage of them in advertising
Nemov A.A.
The speech act of invitation in the American and Russian communicative cultures (results of an empirical research)
Schelchkova E.B.
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