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Broadening the ontology of threats verbalized in written communication on the Internet
Komalova L.R., Kalyuzhnaya L.V.
A semiotic portrait of a big Chinese city
Leontovich O.A., Kotelnikova N.N.
Discourse Manifestation of Personality
Karasik V.I.
Emotional Effects of Positive Forms of Communication
Ionova S.V.
Pragmatic and stylistic persperctives on British and American COVID-19 cartoons
Pavlina S.Y.
Cognitive Dissonance from the Intercultural Communication Perspective
Leontovich O.A.
A study of rudeness and communicative ethics in an intercultural aspect
Larina T.V., Kozyreva M.M., Gornostayeva А.А.
Pseudo-communication vs Quasi-communication
Chernichkina E.K., Luneva O.V.
Structure-Interaction Theory: Conceptual, Contextual and Strategic Influences on Human Communication
Beebe S.A.
Intercultural Communication in the Light of Polish and Russian Verbal Etiquette
Korzeniewska-Berczyńska J.
English national character through the communication values
Dmitrieva E.G., Usmanova Z.A., Migolatieva I.V.
Speech Etiquette in Online Communities: Medialinguistics Analysis
Duskaeva L.R.
Pragmatics of Emotions in Intercultural Context
Larina T.V.
Intercultural Communication and Disabilities from a Communication Complex Perspective
Parrish-Sprowl J.
Ambiguous invitations in the American communicative culture
Schelchkova E.B.
Peculiarities of Communicative Style in The Advertisement Genre in English and Russian University On-line Communication Discourse Analysis
Kupriyanova M.E.
Semantics in the time of coronavirus: “Virus”, “bacteria”, “germs”, “disease” and related concepts
Goddard C., Wierzbicka A.
Imitation, Informational Value and Phatic Communication in the Genres of Academic Discourse
Brusenskaya L.A., Kulikova E.G.
THE LANGUAGE OF “ETHNIC” MARKETS: BAZAAR AS A PIDGIN AND SITUATION OF BORDER
Grigorichev K.V., Guzei I.S.
Truncation in Korean Cyber Communication
Egorova K.G., Ahn San Chol -.
National and cultural specifics of functioning of the phraseological units with phytonyms in the Mexican national variant of Spanish language
Guishkayeva L.N., Komova D.D.
Translation — culture — system
Ershov V.I., Semenov A.L., Nelyubova N.Y.
“Russia and Spain: The Dialogue of Cultures”. Teaching Language, Culture, and Communication
Sokolova L.V., Tirado Guzman R -.
Intercultural Communication as a Situated, Culturally Complex, Interactional Achievement
Carbaugh D.
Difficulties in translating Russian classics: Pushkin’s novel “Eugene Onegin” in English and French
Remchukova E.N., Nedopekina E.M.
Pragmatics among Linguistic Disciplines: Problems of Definition and Classification
Kotorova E.G.
Logoepistems in Creolised Texts of Internet Discourse
Gladkaya N.V.
Comminicative variativity of the French language in the intercultural dialogue
Ebzeyeva Y.N.
Types of indirect compliments in Russian and Vietnamese communicative cultures
Nguyen Thu Huong -.
The Role of the English Language in Nigeria
Borisova A.A., Ilina N.Y.
Forms of Address in the Regulated Sphere of Communication: The Formation of a New Standard
Zhukova T.S.
The syntactical structures of mordern Arabic newspaper headlines
Sabinina E.A.
Cross-cultural communication - lost in translation: A corpus study (based on the material from the Russian-Polish corpus)
Kononenko I.V.
Indirect Communication in the Russian Speech Culture
Dementyev V.V.
“Promise” as Speech Behavior Pattern: Method of Contrastive Analysis (Based on Russian and German Languages)
Kotorova E.G.
The main features of socio-cultural relationships in Swedish and Russian communicative behavior
Arkhipenkova A.Y.
On the Latinian-Germanic Frontier: the Evolution and the Actual Condition of the French Language in Luxembourg
Dmitrieva E.G.
Election campaign discourse as a particular communication field
Baghana J., Bocharova E.A.
Representation of Emotivity in Emotive and Pragmatic Attitudes of Participants in Romantic communication
Rents T.G.
The linguistic means of persuasive communication in the election campaign discourse
Baghana J., Bocharova E.A.
Discursive realization of threat in pre-election communication
Romanov A.A., Novoselova O.V.
TRANSLATION OF RELIGIOUS AND EXTREMIST TEXTS: FORENSIC-LINGUISTIC EXPERT EXAMINATION
BORISSOVA A.S., KURGUZENKOVA Z.V., NIKISHIN V.D.
Cultivation of Communicative Space: Polemical Eloquence vs. Epideictic Eloquence
Khazagerov G.G.
Euphemism and political correctness in contemporary English
Rubina N.B.
About the informational structure of dialogic speech (English language)
Mokrov M.Y.
Positive Communication: A Theoretical Perspective
Leontovich O.A.
The Speech Act Set of Direct Complaints in American and Russian Cultures
Gallaher B.
Introducing Intercultural Communication into the Teaching of Translation
Cranmer R.
The UK as victim and hero in the Sun’s coverage of the Brexit ‘humiliation’
Zappettini F.
ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN TERMS “NATIVE SPEAKER”: ILLUSORY EQUIVALENTS
LOVTSEVICH G.N., GICH O.N.
Destructiveness in Political Discourse
Volkova Y.A., Panchenko N.N.
Stylistics and national culture
Zhuravliova E.V.
Personal autonomy and its manifestation in English lexis and phraseology
Ishankulova D.G.
Correlation of English and Russian proverbs. Some features of bilingual translation
Garcia-Caselles C.C.
The Pragmatics of the Handshake: A Politeness Index in British and Italian Usage
Douglas Ponton -.
A Cross-Cultural Study of American and Russian Proprieties in Communication
Issers O.S., Halvorson S.
The dynamics of political correctness, inclusive language and freedom of speech
Leontovich O.A.
Disagreement and (im)politeness in a Spanish family members’ WhatsApp group
Fernández-Amaya L.
THE EMOTIONAL PROSODY OF U.S. FATAL AIR-ACCIDENT DOCKETS ONLINE: RISKING RISK COMMUNICATION?
Guinda C.S.
“Let Me Tell You...”: Audience Engagement Strategies in the Campaign Speeches of Trump, Clinton, and Sanders
Quam J., Ryshina-Pankova M.
The problem of scientific hypermedia discourse perception
Egorova L.A.
Lexical features of emphasis in the Swiss national variant of French language
Dmitrieva E.G.
Use fatic emotives in the intercultural communications on an example of a situation «Compliment»
Soldatova O.C.
To the Problem of Medical Term Emotiogenicity
Madzhaeva S.I.
Politeness Strategies Employed By Americans and Russians When Declining an Invitation
Schelchkova E.B.
Facework in Non-Face-Threatening Emails by Native and Non-Native English Speakers
Eslami Zohreh R -., Wei-Hong KO -.
Lexico-semantic relativity and versatility in translation and intercultural communication
Kabakchi V.V., Proshina Z.G.
A Fool and his Money are Soon Parted: A Critical Examination of Credit Card Websites
Mooney A.
ATTACHING FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS TO PROPOSITIONS. SOME INSIGHTS ON IRONY AND INTERNET COMMUNICATION
Yus F.
To the problem of learning global English
Arkhipenkova A.Y.
The speech act of invitation in the American and Russian communicative cultures (results of an empirical research)
Schelchkova E.B.
Phraseological units as the reflection of the national and cultural originality of ethnic community (on the material of Spanish and English)
Guishkayeva L.N.
Emotiogenic Cognitive Function of Modern School Teaching Texts
Erokhina L.V.
Systemacy and Dynamism of Business English Discourse: Functional-Synergetic Aspect
Khramchenko D.S.
Implicit vs explicit evaluation: How English-speaking Twitter users discuss migration problems
Gabrielova E.V., Maksimenko O.I.
“A Sensible Image of the Infinite”: Intersemiotic Translation of Russian Classics for Foreign Audiences
Leontovich O.A.
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE - A FURTHER CHALLENGE
Cranmer R.
The Juror’s Image of an Entertainment TV-Show (on the basis of “The Voice” Show)
Gerasimova A.S., Issers O.S.
Interdiscourse communication: the linguistic relativity perspective
Gunta Rozina -., Indra Karapetjana -.
Ecologicity in Hermann Hesse’s Texts
Krasavsky N.A.
Analysis of functions and structure of open speeches of modern politicians in Japan
Seredenko V.M.
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