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Institutional discourse analysis: educational discourse
Penkov B.V.
An explanatory combinatorial dictionary of English conflict lexis: A case study of modern political discourse
Solopova O.A., Khomutova T.N.
Institutional Discourse Markers: Educational Discourse
Penkov B.V.
A semiotic portrait of a big Chinese city
Leontovich O.A., Kotelnikova N.N.
Election campaign discourse as a particular communication field
Baghana J., Bocharova E.A.
Commencement Speech as a Hybrid Polydiscursive Practice
Ivanova S.V.
Emotions and attitudes in present day Russian through the prism of new words: Cultural semantics of zhest’ and related concepts
Gladkova A.
The problem of scientific hypermedia discourse perception
Egorova L.A.
Lingua-cultural strata of modern American social media: Precedent phenomena in anti-Trump discourse
Konstantinova A.A.
Linguistic, Pragmatic, and Stylistic Peculiarities of 2018 FIFA World Cup Representation in British Media-Discourse
Koshkarova N.N.
Discourse Analysis and Stylistics: Integrative Methods for Research in Media Communication
Klushina N.I.
Functional categories of hedges: A diachronic study of Russian research article abstracts
Boginskaya O.A.
Constructing the Ideal Future in Foreign Military Media Discourses of The World War II Period
Solopova O.A., Saltykova M.S.
Monarchy Signs and Symbols within the Baccus' Sphere of British Utilitarian Discourse (Lingua-Semiotic and Emotive Aspects)
Olyanitch A.V., Khramova O.V.
Computational linguistics and discourse complexology: Paradigms and research methods
Solovyev V.D., Solnyshkina M.I., McNamara D.S.
Emotionalisation of contemporary media discourse: A research agenda
Zappettini F., Ponton D.M., Larina T.V.
FROM GRAMMATICAL SEMANTICS TO GRAMMAR OF DISCOURSE
Ulanova S.B.
“Let Me Tell You...”: Audience Engagement Strategies in the Campaign Speeches of Trump, Clinton, and Sanders
Quam J., Ryshina-Pankova M.
The conceptual environment of the frontier discourse in humanities
Sinelnikova L.N.
CORPOREAL PRAGMATICS OF THE SUBJECT OF POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Chanysheva Z.Z.
“No” and “net” as response tokens in English and Russian business discourse: In search of a functional equivalence
Malyuga E.N., McCarthy M.
Systemacy and Dynamism of Business English Discourse: Functional-Synergetic Aspect
Khramchenko D.S.
Metapragmatics and genre: Connecting the strands
Molodychenko E.N., Spitzmüller J.
Discourse complexity in the light of eye-tracking: a pilot Russian language study
Toldova S.Y., Slioussar N.A., Bonch-Osmolovskaya A.A.
Media Discourse in an Atmosphere of Information Warfare: From Manipulation to Aggression
Ozyumenko V.I.
Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics: Their Scope and Relation
Alba-Juez L.
Natural language processing and discourse complexity studies
Solnyshkina M.I., McNamara D.S., Zamaletdinov R.R.
Translation Analysis of Linguistic Characteristics of French Specific Discourse
Gavrilenko N.N.
Objectification of the Concept ‘Iskusstvo’/‘Art’ in Fictional Discourse in Russian and English Languages
Ban’kova N.V.
English in the Russian-based recruitment discourse
Gritsenko E.S., Alikina A.V.
Addressing a Judge in National Varieties of English
Ozyumenko V.I.
Analysis of Lexical Features of the Russian and English Languages in the Sphere of Information Technologies
Kameneva N.A.
ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN TERMS “NATIVE SPEAKER”: ILLUSORY EQUIVALENTS
LOVTSEVICH G.N., GICH O.N.
Precedent Phenomena in Quebecois Linguistic World View
Bolotina K.E.
The Place of Irony in the Speech Portrait of a Modern Politician
Gornostaeva A.A.
Representation of Emotivity in Emotive and Pragmatic Attitudes of Participants in Romantic communication
Rents T.G.
Allusions and quotations as a means of representing emotions in the Russian and English financial discourse
Chugunov A.(.
Trump, memes and the Alt-right: Emotive and affective criticism and praise
Way L.C.
Inter-annotator agreement in spoken language annotation: Applying uα-family coefficients to discourse segmentation
Pons Bordería S., Pascual Aliaga E.
Metasemiotic Projects and Lifestyle Media: Formulating Commodities as Resources for Identity Enactment
Molodychenko E.N.
Imitation, Informational Value and Phatic Communication in the Genres of Academic Discourse
Brusenskaya L.A., Kulikova E.G.
CLASSICAL ELEMENTS AND WORD-FORMATION IN ACADEMIC DISCOURSE
KOROTKINA I.B.
“The Twenty Percent Solution”: The Concept of Social Capital through the New Words in English Business Discourse at the Turn of the 21st Century
Galchuk L.M.
Movements and Meanings: Towards an Integrated Approach to Political Discourse Analysis
Ponton D.M.
English borrowings in the French financial discourse as a feature of national character
Naydenova N.S.
Approaches to Genre Analysis of English Engineering Discourse
Bolsunovskaya L.M.
The peculiarities of the English ironic discourse
Gornostaeva A.A.
Emotivity Elements in Sports Discourse (in Dancing Terminology)
Khlebutina V.Y., Maksimenko O.I.
Modern Spanish Joke "Chiste" in Terms of Genre
Tarasenkova Y.V.
“Never in my life have I heard such a load of absolute nonsense. Wtf.” Political satire on the handling of the COVID-19 crisis
Ponton D.M.
Discursive realization of threat in pre-election communication
Romanov A.A., Novoselova O.V.
Understandings of Impoliteness in the Greek Context
Tzanne A., Sifianou M.
The Realization of Impoliteness in Arguments between the Democrats and Republicans over the Government Shutdown Issue in the US
Alemi M., Latifi A.
RHETORIC, GRAMMAR, DISCOURSE AND HOMEOSTASIS
KHAZAGEROV G.G.
RHIZOME AND DISCOURSE OF INTERMEDIALITY
Sinelnikova L.N.
Shopping as ‘Best Practice’ - Analyzing Walmart’s Debated Sustainability Policies
Abbamonte L., Cavaliere F.
Speech Genres and Discourse: Genres Study in Discourse Analysis Paradigm
Dementyev V.V.
Event-related temporary collocations in modern english newspaperdiscourse
Terekhova E.V.
Manipulation Impact through Metaphors in Political Discourse
Zaripov R.I.
To the Problem of Medical Term Emotiogenicity
Madzhaeva S.I.
Irony in Political Discourse: Aggression or Entertainment?
Gornostaeva A.A.
Threat and fear: Pragmatic purposes of emotionalisation in media discourse
Ozyumenko V.I., Larina T.V.
The dynamics of political correctness, inclusive language and freedom of speech
Leontovich O.A.
Celebrity gossip as a genre in English-language mass media discourse
Ivanova S.V., Khakimova G.S.
“Pedagogical” Agression in Russian Everyday Communication
Bragina N.G., Sharonov I.A.
How Not To Do Things with the Word: Barack Obama on the Armenian Genocide
Zolyan S.T.
DIACHRONIC ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL METAPHORS IN THE BRITISH CORPUS: FROM VICTORY BELLS TO RUSSIA’S V-DAY
SOLOPOVA O.A., CHUDINOV A.P.
THE EXPRESSION OF POLITENESS IN A BILINGUAL SETTING: EXPLORING THE CASE OF MALTESE ENGLISH
Cremona M., Assimakopoulos S., Vella A.
Discourse Motivations of Mental Construal and the Expression of Stance in Speech: A Case Study of English
Khrisonopulo E.Y.
Discourse, Statement and Speech Act
Krasina E.A.
To the problem of Song discourse: lingvocultural aspect
Naydenova N.S., Muradyan A.A.
Stylistic Features in Academic Discourse
Lobina Y.A.
Mikhail Lermontov’s “The Demon”: Reverse Translation as a Source of Intertextuality
Chesnokova O.S., Talavera-Ibarra P.L.
War yesterday and today: The image of Russia in British media discourse
Solopova O.A., Kushneruk S.L.
Linguistic creativity and discourse profiles of English language children’s novels
Kiose M.I.
Multimodal IT marketing discourse: An integrated approach investigation
Sokolova N.V.
Creativity in Metaphor Interpretation
Musolff A.
CONSTRUCTION OF СATEGORIES ‘STRENGTH’ AND ‘WEAKNESS’ IN RUSSIAN AND POLISH FOREIGN POLICY DISCOURSE
DUBROVSKAYA T.V., SOWIŃSKA A.
Narratives about Displacement and Stigmatization of Identities
de Oliveira M.C., Lisboa C.M.
Metapragmatics of Administering Justice in Russian and English Judicial Discourse
Dubrovskaya T.V.
Determining parameters of Speech Etiquette Units
Nikashina N.V., Batalov A.A.
Irony in English and Russian discourses: comparative analysis
Gornostaeva A.A.
Age Factor in English Internet Discourse
Boldovskaya N.V., Zvonova E.A.
Pragmatics of Emotions in Modern French Advertising
Borisova A.S., Rubinshtein K.E.
Paradigm and discourse metaphors: a cognitive approach to metaphor in science
Koulchitskaya L.V.
Markers of emotionality in Russian news coverage of the 75-th anniversary of WWII Victory
Dobrosklonskaya T.G.
Political Discourse, Code-Switching, and Ideology
Moody S., Eslami Z.R.
Mediatization of Culture in the Discourse of Modern Kazakh Media
Baigozhina D.O., Klushina N.I., Takhan S.S.
Modern Linguistics through Post-Secular Perspective
Naydenova N.S.
PERSUASION IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE: BARAK OBAMA’S PRESIDENTIAL SPEECHES AGAINST ISIS
ALEMI M., LATIFI A., NEMATZADEH A.
Discursive functions of Japanese Personal Pronouns
Oishi E.
Metaphor and Grammar in the Poetic Representation of Nature
Goatly A.
Discourse Manifestation of Personality
Karasik V.I.
Metaphorical representation of Russia in the political discourse of anglophone mass media
Shapieva D.Z.
Anaphora as a component of pragmatic correlation of genre of autobiography
Savelyeva E.B.
Interpretation Specificity of US Court Opinions
Lutskovsakya L.Y.
Emotive Character of a Diplomatic Discourse
Belyakov M.V.
The formation of knowledge structures of spanish scientific text
Popova T.G.
Emergent impoliteness and persuasive emotionality in Polish media discourses
Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk B., Pęzik P.
What makes a text interesting? Interest-evoking strategies in expository text from Russian school textbooks
Piotrovskaya L.A., Trushchelev P.N.
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