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A new corpus RusIdiolect as a tool to study a variety of discourses produced by the same person
Tatiana Litvinova – Voronezh State Pedagogical University
British and American English – A Reciprocal Influence
Franco Tondi – University of Catania
Gypsies and Travellers and the discourse of dirt and cleanliness
Roberta Piazza – University of Sussex
How to be an expert online? A corpus-based study of expert identity construction on a Spanish medical forum
Barbara De Cock – Université catholique de Louvain
Carolina Figueras Bates – Universitat de Barcelona
[paper removed at authors’ request]
Interpersonal positioning in written academic ELF – different degrees of self-assurance
Monika Manakova – University of Ostrava
Personal and impersonal authorial references in research articles: Variation across four disciplines
Mohsen Khedri – Sohar University, Oman
Styling a leader: Tracing pronoun clusters in the construction of persona ★
Esther Surenthiraraj – University of Lausanne / University of Colombo
The Polish Catholic Church on life of Poles. Corpus Assisted Critical Discourse Analysis
Victoria Kamasa – Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
The Role of Multilingualism Patterns and Functions on Branding and Self-Branding: An Investigation of Practices by Saudi Users on Twitter
Reem Al Madani – Cardiff University