No. 27 (2023): Cognition, Communication, Discourse. Series “Philology”

DOI: https://doi.org/10.26565/2218-2926-2023-27

International on-line scholarly journal

https://periodicals.karazin.ua/cognitiondiscourse

Published since 2010

This issue of “Cognition, communication, discourse” presents results of interdisciplinary studies of political, digital, and literary text and discourse in English, Chinese, French, and Ukrainian by scholars who represent different universities of Ukraine and Tunisia. They focus on the shaping of urgency discourse around a political event in Tunisia, French agramaticalized constructions, Chinese euphemisms, revelative evidential markers in dream reports, and the notion of “leader’s charisma”. The authors explore these issues from corpus-based, cognitive, discursive, ecolinguistic, multimodal, and cross-cultural vantage points.

For linguists, teachers, graduate students, and undergraduates.

Published: 2023-12-26

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