A cross-cultural study of condolence strategies in a computer-mediated social network
Alemi M., Pazoki Moakhar N., Rezanejad A.
Towards a relevance-theoretic approach to the diminutive morpheme
Padilla Cruz M.
Pragmatics among Linguistic Disciplines: Problems of Definition and Classification
Kotorova E.G.
Lexico-semantic relativity and versatility in translation and intercultural communication
Kabakchi V.V., Proshina Z.G.
What makes a text interesting? Interest-evoking strategies in expository text from Russian school textbooks
Piotrovskaya L.A., Trushchelev P.N.
Discursive realization of threat in pre-election communication
Romanov A.A., Novoselova O.V.
A Dialogic Approach to Pragmatics
Kecskes I.
Phraseological units with personal names in modern Spanish
Chesnokova O.S., Shkarban E.A.
The Role of Speech Acts Theory in the Development of Linguistic Pragmatics
Bobrova E.D.
Pragmatics of Emotions in Intercultural Context
Larina T.V.
Semantics and Pragmatics of a Linguistic Sign as Cultural Information Drivers
Ivanova S.V., Chanysheva Z.Z.
The Pragmatics of the Handshake: A Politeness Index in British and Italian Usage
Douglas Ponton -.
Indexical and Sequential Properties of Criticisms in Initial Interactions: Implications for Examining (Im) Politeness across Cultures
Haugh M., Chang W.M.
Pragmatics of Emotions in Modern French Advertising
Borisova A.S., Rubinshtein K.E.
Allusions and quotations as a means of representing emotions in the Russian and English financial discourse
Chugunov A.(.
Cranmer R.
Chanysheva Z.Z.
Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics: Their Scope and Relation
Alba-Juez L.
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