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LANGUAGE STUDIES

Alexe, R.: On conditionals in legalese: A corpus-based study .................................................................................................................

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Wongkittiporn, A., Chitrakara, N.: Control constructions in British and American English .....................

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Bodoc, A.: Linguistic instruments employed in political discourses. Manipulation tools or expressions of human universal

      behaviour? ....................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Dimulescu, C., Nechifor, A.: The image of women in Romanian advertising: The 1890s-1920s. A discourse analysis

      approach .......................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Dragan, N.-S.: Gestures, ideologies and meaning in TV debates: A multimodal approach ..............................................................

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Gheorghiu, O.-C.: Speech acts of #REZIST movement  ............................................................................................................................

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Khapina, O.V. : Pragmatic aspects of American politicians’ public speeches ......................................................................................

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Tessarolo, M.: What logic for false news in media information? .............................................................................................................

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LITERATURE

 

Alkan-Genca, P.: Doctor-patient interactions in Alasdair Gray’s Poor Things and Janice Galloway’s The Trick is to

      Keep Breathing ............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Badulescu, A., Ghita-Pirnuta, O.A.: The realist Victorian novel – A dead end? ......................................................................................

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Diaconu, I. A.: Tallhover will not die. On the image of the secret agent as an expression of oppression in the German and

      the Romanian German literature in the eighties and nineties ...........................................................................................................

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Warchol, A.: “LEARNING IS MOVEMENT AND TRAVELLING.” Metaphors referring to JOURNEY in John Henry Newman’s

      The Idea of a University (1852) .................................................................................................................................................................

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CULTURAL STUDIES

 

Junghare, I.: Linguistic facets of the human body ......................................................................................................................................

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Pigott, J.: Greeks versus Romans: A Talebian framing of immigration discourse in the West ........................................................

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Praisler, A..: Translation services in public institutions. The case of Galati ..........................................................................................

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Shalyov, A.S.: Temporal organization of American and British radio talk shows on marine topics ..................................................

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Soica, S.: Narratives of maternal emotions: Opening dialogue on working and breastfeeding in multicultural healthcare and

       working environments ..............................................................................................................................................................................

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