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