Nadine Thielemann

List of John Benjamins publications for which Nadine Thielemann plays a role.


Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics
Subjects Balto-Slavic linguistics | Cognition and language | Discourse studies | Humor studies | Pragmatics

Approaches to Slavic Interaction

Edited by Nadine Thielemann and Peter Kosta

[Dialogue Studies, 20] 2013. xi, 318 pp.
Subjects Balto-Slavic linguistics | Dialogue studies | Discourse studies | Multilingualism | Pragmatics


Focusing on the Twitter account @sputnikvaccine, the chapter analyses the social media campaign launched for the release of Sputnik V, the Russian anti-Covid vaccine, as an instance of international persuasive communication. It seeks to reveal how the campaign acts as an agent of public… read more
Thielemann, Nadine and Daniel Weiss 2023 Introduction and overviewRemedies against the Pandemic: How politicians communicate crisis management, Thielemann, Nadine and Daniel Weiss (eds.), pp. 1–17 | Chapter
Thielemann, Nadine 2019 From Poland to #SanEscobar: On strategies subverting political discourse on TwitterReference and Identity in Public Discourses, Lutzky, Ursula and Minna Nevala (eds.), pp. 251–280 | Chapter
Using the example of the hashtag #SanEscobar, which was triggered by a slip of the tongue made by the then Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski, the chapter shows how Twitter provides a discourse arena for the subversion of political discourse. A multimodal discourse analysis of… read more
Thielemann, Nadine 2013 Humor as staging an utteranceApproaches to Slavic Interaction, Thielemann, Nadine and Peter Kosta (eds.), pp. 257–278 | Article
In this paper conversational humor is understood as a discourse modality actively contextualized by speakers in order to indicate that an utterance is not meant seriously. The paper focuses on the contextualization cue (Gumperz 1982) of animated speech which is accounted for in terms of shifted… read more
Thielemann, Nadine and Peter Kosta 2013 Introduction and overviewApproaches to Slavic Interaction, Thielemann, Nadine and Peter Kosta (eds.), pp. 1–13 | Article
Thielemann, Nadine 2011 Displays of “new” gender arrangements in Russian jokesThe Pragmatics of Humour across Discourse Domains, Dynel, Marta (ed.), pp. 147–172 | Article
Jokes can reflect dominant and changing gender norms as well as arrangements active in a speech community. Analyses of Russian jokes from the Soviet era have so far revealed a male, and often also misogynist, perspective and a jocular perpetuation of gender norms and arrangements of rural Russia… read more