Authors

Alphabetical list of authors with their affiliations and papers published in our journal. All affiliations are correct for the date of publication.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

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Adebomi, Oluwayemisi Olusola

Department of General Studies, the Federal University of Technology Akure

Akure, Nigeria

2020 — A multimodal analysis of memetic representation of individuals and institutions in Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari administration


Akanmu, Dayo

School of Languages, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education

Lagos, Nigeria

2014 — A communicative and stylistic adaptability of new idioms and idiomatic expressions in Yorùbá literary text


Akishev, Timur

Department of Modern Languages, The University of Mississippi

University, MS, USA

2020 — The syntax of Kazakh-Russian intrasentential code-switching in reported clauses


Alami, Manizheh

Tabriz Azad University

Tabriz, Iran

2007 — Ideology and linguistic indices: One incident, multiple interpretations


Al-Shaboul, Yousef

Hashemite University

Zarqa, Jordan

2009 — Grammaticalization of the future markers in Jordanian Arabic


Alshboul, Sabri

Department of English Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, Hashemite University

Zarqa, Jordan

2009 — Grammaticalization of the future markers in Jordanian Arabic


Angitso, Michael Terhemen

Department of Linguistics and African Languages, University of Ibadan

Ibadan, Nigeria

2014 — Question-word movement in Tiv


Asassfeh, Sahail M.

Department of English Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, Hashemite University

Zarqa, Jordan

2009 — Grammaticalization of the future markers in Jordanian Arabic


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Bartoo, Phylis

Egerton University

Njoro, Kenya

2009 — Language policy among Somali refugee teenagers in Kenya


Belkina, Ekaterina Sergeevna

Samara University of Public Administration “International Market Institute”

Samara, Russia

2019 — Выражение запрета в институциональном и обыденном общении [Means of expressing interdiction in institutional and personal communication]


Behnam, Biook

Azarbaijan University of Tarbiat Moallem

Tabriz, Iran

2008 — Veiled trails of threat in the language of advertisements: a discourse analysis of a military job advertisement


Beigi, Amir Biglar

University of Malaya

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2008 — Enhancing reading comprehension via instruction of a metacognitive strategy: a case study of Iranian EFL learners


Bogetić, Ksenija

University of Belgrade

Belgrade, Serbia

2007 — Linguistics in the era of technology: issues and prospects

2020 — Review of Language and Gender, by Felicity Titjen


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Chen, Shu-Chu

National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, National Chengchi University

Taipei, Taiwan

2007 — Effects of social status on American and Taiwanese EFL learners’ production of English refusals

2007 — English proficiency and topic effect in compliment response behaviors by Chinese EFL learners: transfer effect revisited

2007 — Effect of proficiency on Taiwanese EFL learners’ pronunciation

2007 — Interlanguage refusals and the initiating acts

2007 — An investigation on junior college students’ learning problems in English-learning programs on the radio

2007 — The dictionary consultation behavior of Technology Institute students


Chen, Shu-hui Eileen

National Taipei University of Education

Taipei, Taiwan

2007 — Effects of social status on American and Taiwanese EFL learners’ production of English refusals

2007 — English proficiency and topic effect in compliment response behaviors by Chinese EFL learners: transfer effect revisited


Cheng, Karen Kow Yip

Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2008 — Enhancing reading comprehension via instruction of a metacognitive strategy: a case study of Iranian EFL learners


Cheng, Le

City University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China

2007 — Legal narrative in court judgments: Hegemonic construction of reality


D

D’Angelo, Francesca

Department of Human Studies, University of Salerno

Fisciano (SA), Italy

2020 — Is Language Intrinsically ‘Fascist’? The Relationship between Gender Across Languages and Ostracism


David, Maya Khemlani

Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2007 — Gender stereotypes in Malaysian parliamentary debates

2009 — Discourse strategies and politeness in academic discourse


E

F

Fakoya, Adeleke A.

Department of English, Lagos State University

Lagos, Nigeria

2007 — Endangerment scenario: The case of Yorùbá


Farvardin, Mohammad Taghi

Kashan University, Iran

Kashan, Iran

2009 — The relationships between attitude, self-confidence, compensation strategies, teacher evaluation and class evaluation in Iranian university students


Filatova, Alina Mikhailovna

Samara University of Public Administration “International Market Institute”

Samara, Russia

2019 — Means of representing a male assaulter and a female victim in media texts


G

H

Haghighi, Hamzeh

Kashan University

Kashan, Iran

2008 — An emergenist perspective of language origin: the computational modeling of language evolution


Hill, Catrin

Institut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Potsdam

Potsdam, Germany

2015 — Pragmatics of humor at the workplace: A case study


I

J

Jjuuko, Margaret

University of Rwanda

Kigali City, Rwanda

2020 — Ethnic Polarization in Kenya: Media Framing in Political Interviews


K

Kanevskaya, Tatyana Dmitrievna

Rehabilitation boarding school No. 32

Moscow, Russia

2019 — Невербальная коммуникация персонажей романа М. Ю. Лермонтова «Герой нашего времени» [Non-verbal communication in Mikhail Lermontov’s novel “A Hero of Our Time”]


Kasonde, Alex

Africa University

Mutare, Zimbabwe

2008 — The last frontier in the philosophy of language: implications of ICT for the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis


Kozhevnikova, Ekaterina Igorevna

Foreign languages Department, Penza branch of the Military Academy of Logistics

English language Department, Penza State University

Penza, Russia

2019 — Языковая ситуация: категории и юридические механизмы регулирования [Language situation: categories and legal regulatory mechanisms]


Kuhi, Davud

Islamic Azad University

Maragheh, Iran

2008 — Veiled trails of threat in the language of advertisements: a discourse analysis of a military job advertisement


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Li, Jian Li

City University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China

2007 — Legal narrative in court judgments: Hegemonic construction of reality


M

Marfo, Charles Ofosu

Department of Modern Languages, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Kumasi, Ghana

2015 — Pragmatics of humor at the workplace: A case study


Mberia, Hellen

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

Nairobi, Kenya

2020 — Ethnic Polarization in Kenya: Media Framing in Political Interviews


Moussa Sassi, Fatima Zohra

English Language department, Faculty of Letters, Arts and Human Siences, University of Sousse

Sousse, Tunisia

2020 — Manipulative Use of Affect and Evidential Markers in Legal Discourse


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Nemtseva, Kristina Dmitrievna

Samara University of Public Administration “International Market Institute”

Samara, Russia

2019 — Аксиологический компонент в англоязычных медиатекстах [Axiological component in English language media texts]


Ngeow, Yeok Meng

Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS, University of Malaya

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2007 — Gender stereotypes in Malaysian parliamentary debates


Nunes, Ana Margarida Belém

Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Department of Portuguese, University of Macau

Macau, China

2020 — How about emotions? Two cultures and varieties of Portuguese


O

Odoje, Clement

Department of Linguistics and African languages, University of Ibadan

Ibadan, Nigeria

2014 — Investigating language in the machine translation: exploring Yorùbá-English machine translation as a case study


Omoke, Lillian Kemunto

University of Embu

Embu, Kenya

2020 — Ethnic Polarization in Kenya: Media Framing in Political Interviews


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Paramadhyalan, P.

Tamil Faculty, Southern Regional Language Centre, Central Institute of Indian Languages

Mysore, India

2015 — Phonological processing deficit problems of dyslexic children in Tamil


Prem Kumar, L. R.

LDC-IL Department, Central Institute of Indian Languages

Mysore, India

2015 — Vocabulary structure in primary school textbooks in Tamil


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R

Rahimi, Ali

Kashan University

Kashan, Iran

2008 — An emergenist perspective of language origin: the computational modeling of language evolution

2009 — The relationships between attitude, self-confidence, compensation strategies, teacher evaluation and class evaluation in Iranian university students


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Sin, King Kui

City University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong, China

2007 — Legal narrative in court judgments: Hegemonic construction of reality


Skënderi Rakipllari, Elsa

Faculty of History and Philology, Department of Linguistics, University of Tirana

Tirana, Albania

2015 — Levels of adequacy: Chomsky vs. Behaviorism


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Taiwo, Oye Paul

University of Ibadan

Ibadan, Nigeria

2009 — Derivation of serial verbal constructions


Taiwo, Rotimi

Obafemi Awolowo University

Ile-Ife, Nigeria

2009 — Polysemous usage in domesticated English varieties: A case study of the verb ‘see’ in Nigerian English


U

Unni, Shini

Navis Nihongo Centre

Bangalore, India

2014 — Language teaching methods to dyslexics acquiring English as a second language


V

W

Wong, Ruth Ming Har

Department of English, The Hong Kong Institute of Education

Hong Kong, China

2007 — Does length of stay matter? The case of Chinese immigrants’ motivation to learn English


X

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Yang, Ming-Nuan

Chang Gung Institute of Technology

Taoyuan City, Taiwan

2007 — Effect of proficiency on Taiwanese EFL learners’ pronunciation

2007 — Interlanguage refusals and the initiating acts

2007 — An investigation on junior college students’ learning problems in English-learning programs on the radio

2007 — The dictionary consultation behavior of Technology Institute students


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Zabrodskaja, Anastassia

Tallinn University

Tallinn, Estonia

2007 — Emerging bilingual speech: from monolingualism to code-switching. A case of young Estonian Russian-speakers