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|Institution:||Aristotle University of Thessaloniki|
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|State and/or Country:||Greece|
|Selected Publications:||2004 with Pavlidou, Th.-S., Alvanoudi, A. [in Greek] 'Grammatical gender and
semantic content: preliminary remarks on the lexical representation of social gender'. Studies in Greek Linguistics 24: 543-553.
2007 “Politeness, Gender and the face of the speaker”. 2007 cited in www.ling.cam.ac.uk/camling/Manuscripts/CamLing2007_Proceedings.pdf p.p. 120-131
2008 [in Greek] “Compliment responses: a strategy for the protection of speaker' s face”, pp.171-184, Proccedings of 28th Annual Meeting of the Department of Linguistics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
2011 'Relevant absence' and its implications for (im)politeness.' Oral presentation at the 6th International Symposium on Politeness, 11-13 July 2011, METU, Ankara.
(2014) Review of Bax, Marcel and Kádár, Daniel Z. Understanding Historical (Im)Politeness: Relational linguistic practice over time and across cultures. Benjamins Current Topics (41). Discourse and Society
(2014) with Pavlidou, Th.-S., Kapellidi, Ch., “The Corpus of Spoken Greek” to appear in Best Practices for Spoken Corpora in Linguistic Research, Ruhi, S., Schmidt, T. & Haugh, M. (eds), Cambridge Publishing Scholars.
(2015) “Absent Second Pair Parts and their Relevance for (im)politeness” to appear in Exploring (Im)politeness in Specialized and General Corpora: Converging Methodologies and Analytic Procedures, Ruhi, Ş. & Aksan, Y. (eds), Cambridge Publishing Scholars
(2015, in greek) with Pavlidou, Th.-S., Kapellidi, Ch. Grammatical gender, sex and female nouns: facets of linguist sexism.Studies in Greek Linguistics 35.
(2016, in greek) with Pavlidou, Th.-S. The freestanding interrogative γιατί (‘why’) and its functions in talk-in-interaction.Greek Language & oral communication.Institute of Modern Greek Studies
(2016, in greek) Repeating and (im)politeness. Greek Language & oral communication.Institute of Modern Greek Studies
|Dissertation Abstract:||Politeness, impoliteness and speaker's face|
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