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Vol 1, No 2 (2019) Stylistics and rhetoric of lifestyle discourse Abstract  similar documents
S. V. Ivanova
"... from modern English-language online publications. The research involves the methods of discursive ..."
 
Vol 1, No 4 (2019) Assessment of trust building mechanisms of e-commerce: a discourse analysis approach Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
A. Tikhomirova, Chuanmin Shuai
"... different opportunities including online shopping. The deep understanding of all the elements of trust ..."
 
Vol 1, No 1 (2019) THE TACTIC OF ASSESSMENT IN ECONOMIC DISCOURSE (THE CONCEPT OF SINGLE MARKET) Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
A. V. Radyuk
"... and economic relations. The author looks into speech influence means used by the participants of online ..."
 
Vol 2, No 2 (2020) Vivat academia, vivant professores! Challenges of teaching professional communication in foreign languages amidst global pandemic Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
E. V. Kopshukova, V. L. Malakhova, A. V. Lazareva
"... This paper is dedicated to challenges of transitioning the educational process to online learning ..."
 
Vol 2, No 2 (2020) Digital didactics: technologies & practices Abstract  similar documents
E. V. Voevoda
"... of the COVID-19 pandemic, which sent students and professors online, to discuss the problems related ..."
 
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