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Emotions in Impolite and Rude Communication
Kharlova M.L.
Anna Wierzbicka’s Linguocultural Theory of Emotions in the Development Dynamics
Ionova S.V., Shakhovskiy V.I.
IRONIC METAPHORS IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Gornostaeva A.A.
The emotive category reflection in Arabic phraseological units and methods of their translation
Krylov A.Y.
ATTACHING FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS TO PROPOSITIONS. SOME INSIGHTS ON IRONY AND INTERNET COMMUNICATION
Yus F.
Metonymical means of the expression of emotions in Arabic speech
Krylov A.Y.
Emotionalisation of contemporary media discourse: A research agenda
Zappettini F., Ponton D.M., Larina T.V.
THE COGNITIVE MATRIX OF EMOTIONAL-COMMUNICATIVE PERSONALITY
Shakhovskiy V.I.
What makes a text interesting? Interest-evoking strategies in expository text from Russian school textbooks
Piotrovskaya L.A., Trushchelev P.N.
EMOTIONS OF JESUS
Wierzbicka A.
Pragmatics of Emotions in Intercultural Context
Larina T.V.
God and emotions: Experience of emotive analysis
Pashkov S.M.
Causative and non-causative verbs in studying emotive vocabulary
Ebzeeva J.N., Lenko G.N.
Grammatical Means of Expressing Emotions in English Discourse
Ozyumenko V.I.
Intercultural aspect of studying of emotions
Soldatova O.S.
Mixed Emotion and Its Functional and Semantic Potential (Exemplified with the Word Dislike)
Shteba A.A.
FUSTIGATION IMPOLITENESS, EMOTIONS AND EXTIMACY IN ARGENTINE MEDIA CELEBRITIES
de Marlangeon S.K.
The verbs of aggressive emotional condition
Zakoyan L.M.
Pragmatics of Emotions in Modern French Advertising
Borisova A.S., Rubinshtein K.E.
EMOTIONAL SELF-PRESENTATION ON WHATSAPP: ANALYSIS OF THE PROFILE STATUS
Maíz-Arévalo C.
Specific character of emotional state (in terms of French)
Lenko G.N.
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