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Language and Ideology: Volume 2: descriptive cognitive approaches
Edited by René Dirven †, Roslyn M. Frank and Cornelia Ilie
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 205] 2001
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2021. “You’re too thick to change the station” – Impoliteness, insults and responses to insults on Twitter. Topics in Linguistics 22:2  pp. 62 ff. DOI logo
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2022. "HOPE YOU HAVE A SHIT BIRTHDAY YOU FAT CUNT”– cognitive strategies, rhetorical figures and linguistic means used in insulting Tweets. Forum Filologiczne Ateneum :1(10)2022  pp. 9 ff. DOI logo
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2014. The use of demonstratives and context activation in Catalan parliamentary debate. Discourse Studies 16:6  pp. 729 ff. DOI logo
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2024. Disalignment in the EU. Journal of Language and Politics 23:2  pp. 219 ff. DOI logo
Frantzi, Katerina T., Marianthi Georgalidou & Giorgos Giakoumakis
2019. Greek Parliamentary Discourse in the Years of the Economic Crisis. In Argumentation and Appraisal in Parliamentary Discourse [Advances in Linguistics and Communication Studies, ],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
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2016. Chapter 2. Intensification, identity and gender in the Andalusian Parliament. In A Gender-based Approach to Parliamentary Discourse [Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, 68],  pp. 35 ff. DOI logo
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2022. Argumentative Strategies and Self-image Projection in Spanish Political Interviews. In Adversarial Political Interviewing,  pp. 171 ff. DOI logo
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2023. Adversarial Attacks in Spanish Politics: Direct and Indirect Forms. In Political Debasement,  pp. 31 ff. DOI logo
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2016. Addressing women in the Greek parliament. In Exploring Language Aggression against Women [Benjamins Current Topics, 86],  pp. 127 ff. DOI logo
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2017. Addressing women in the Greek parliament. Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 5:1  pp. 30 ff. DOI logo
Ilie, Cornelia
2002. Discourse and metadiscourse in parliamentary debates. Journal of Language and Politics 2:1  pp. 71 ff. DOI logo
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2018. “Behave yourself, woman!”. Journal of Language and Politics 17:5  pp. 594 ff. DOI logo
Ilie, Cornelia
2021. Discussion, dispute or controversy?. Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 9:2  pp. 237 ff. DOI logo
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Lastres-López, Cristina
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Shenhav, Shaul R.
2008. Showing and telling in parliamentary discourse: the case of repeated interjections to Rabin's speeches in the Israeli parliament. Discourse & Society 19:2  pp. 223 ff. DOI logo
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