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Panel chaired by Alison Duguid.
Don’t Interrupt Me When I am Speaking: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Interruption Force in Chinese Everyday Conversations ★
Yingnian Tao – Lancaster University
Formulaic sequences in Early Modern English: A corpus-assisted historical pragmatic study ★
Ding Huang – Heidelberg University
Framing advice in the Islamic Sermons Online corpus ★
Cipto Wardoyo – Coventry University
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Hausa discourse markers in computer-mediated communication
Tristan Purvis – American University of Nigeria
Investigating professional diplomatic discourse: a qualitative, corpus-based analysis of pragmatic function in the diplomatic cable genre ★
Jessica Stark – Aix-Marseille University
HUM19UK Fiction Corpus: enhancing the methodological reliability of corpus stylistic studies ★
Fransina Stradling, Brian Walker, Dan McIntyre, Michael Burke, Elliott Land & Hazel Price – University of Huddersfield
Multimodal Corpus Analysis of Tourism Promotional Communication Online ★
Elena Mattei – University of Verona
Stancetaking in Vietnamese and English texts in the light of appraisal theory ★
Tieu Thuy Chung – University of Queensland
Textures of John Clare’s sonnets: A corpus-based structural comparison between three master sonneteers
Kazutake Kita – Tokyo University of Science
‘What’s So Special About The Circus?’ ★
Katharine Kavanagh – Cardiff University