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No 1 (2012) Election campaign discourse as a particular communication field
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(Rus)
Baghana J., Bocharova E.A.
Vol 20, No 4 (2016) “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 (2009) The linguistic means of persuasive communication in the election campaign discourse
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(Rus)
Baghana J., Bocharova E.A.
No 3 (2014) Irony in Political Discourse: Aggression or Entertainment?
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(Rus)
Gornostaeva A.A.
Vol 20, No 4 (2016) Movements and Meanings: Towards an Integrated Approach to Political Discourse Analysis
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(Eng)
Ponton D.M.
Vol 20, No 3 (2016) Features of Realization of Figurativeness in the Turkish Political Discourse of Oral Public Statements
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(Rus)
Shtanov A.V., Belykh E.N.
No 2 (2013) Metaphorical representation of Russia in the political discourse of anglophone mass media
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(Rus)
Shapieva D.Z.
Vol 20, No 1 (2016) The Place of Irony in the Speech Portrait of a Modern Politician
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(Rus)
Gornostaeva A.A.
Vol 21, No 1 (2017) Exploring Rhetorical-Discursive Practices of Rouhani’s Presidential Campaign and Victory of his Prudence-and-Hope Key: a Discourse of Persuasion
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(Eng)
Mirzaei A., Eslami Z.R., Safari F.
No 2 (2014) Manipulation Impact through Metaphors in Political Discourse
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(Rus)
Zaripov R.I.
Vol 20, No 4 (2016) Destructiveness in Political Discourse
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(Rus)
Volkova Y.A., Panchenko N.N.
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