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Vol 19, No 4 (2015) Structure-Interaction Theory: Conceptual, Contextual and Strategic Influences on Human Communication
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(Eng)
Beebe S.A.
No 4 (2010) Comminicative variativity of the French language in the intercultural dialogue
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(Rus)
Ebzeyeva Y.N.
Vol 21, No 1 (2017): Discourse Analysis in the 21 st Century: Theory an d Practice (II) Shopping as ‘Best Practice’ - Analyzing Walmart’s Debated Sustainability Policies
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(Eng)
Abbamonte L., Cavaliere F.
No 2 (2014) Peculiarities of Communicative Style in The Advertisement Genre in English and Russian University On-line Communication Discourse Analysis
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(Rus)
Kupriyanova M.E.
Vol 20, No 4 (2016): Discourse Analysis in the 21st Century: Theory and Practice (I) “Let Me Tell You...”: Audience Engagement Strategies in the Campaign Speeches of Trump, Clinton, and Sanders
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(Eng)
Quam J., Ryshina-Pankova M.
No 2 (2015) Politeness Strategies Employed By Americans and Russians When Declining an Invitation
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(Rus)
Schelchkova E.B.
No 3 (2011) To the problem of learning global English
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(Rus)
Arkhipenkova A.Y.
No 1 (2013) Contemporary poetry in the world of advetising: deictic organization of poetical and advertising texts
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(Rus)
Sokolova O.V.
No 3 (2010) Advice in language and communication
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(Rus)
Arkhipenkova A.V.
No 4 (2013) The speech act of invitation in the American and Russian communicative cultures (results of an empirical research)
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(Rus)
Schelchkova E.B.
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