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PUBLICATIONS BY MEMBERS OF OUR RESEARCH GROUP
 
1) Publications related to the topic of the project reflecting the work done by the group in EMO-FUNDETT (FFI2009-47792-C2-1-P)
 
Alba-Juez, Laura & Mackenzie, J. Lachlan (forthcoming). Pragmatics: Cognition, Context and Culture. Madrid: McGraw Hill.

Yus, Francisco (2005).  Attitudes and emotions through written text: The case of textual deformation in Internet chat rooms. Pragmalingüística 13: 147-174. Found in: http://www.academia.edu/2014664/Attitudes and emotions through written text The case of textual deformation in Internet chat rooms
 
2) Publications related to the topic of the project reflecting the work done by the group in FUNDETT (FFI2013-07308)

Thompson, G. & Laura Alba-Juez (eds.) (2014). Evaluation in Context.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
 
Alba Juez, L. & E. Martínez Caro (2011). “No wonder you’re in trouble!” The evaluative function as part of the hidden pragmatic meaning of certain expressions in English and Spanish.  Rocky Mountain Review (USA), Fall 2011 issue. Vol 65, Nº 2. 188-207.
 
Alba-Juez, Laura y Alba-Juez, Félix (2012). “Identity, Evaluation, and Differential Equations”. Pragmatics and Cognition, 20:3 (2012), 570-592. John Benjamins.
 
Alba-Juez, L & Thompson, G (2014). The many faces and phases of evaluation. In G. Thompson & L. Alba-Juez (eds.).  Evaluation in Context.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 3-23.
 
Alba Juez, Laura & Attardo, Salvatore (2014).
“The evaluative palette of verbal irony”. In G. Thompson & L. Alba-Juez (eds.).  Evaluation in Context
Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 93-115.
 
Alba Juez, L. & E. Martínez Caro (en prensa). ‘No wonder’ as a marker of epistemic modality and affective evaluation. In Juan Rafael Zamorano-Mansilla, Carmen Maíz, Elena Domínguez and Mª Victoria Martín de la Rosa (eds.). Thinking modally: English and contrastive studies on modality. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
 
Carranza Márquez, Aurelia (2013). “La Cortesía y los Roles Trampa para la Mujer Líder dentro del Foro Parlamentario Andaluz”. En: Cultura, Lenguaje y Representación, Vol. XI, 41-66.

Carranza Márquez, Aurelia (2012). “Diferencias de Género en el Uso del Afecto dentro del Foro Parlamentario Andaluz”. Discurso y Sociedad, Volumen 6(1), 98-114

Carranza Márquez, Aurelia (2013). “La Proyección de la Mujer en el e Foro Parlamentario Andaluz: Lenguaje e Identidad”. Seminario Discurso Parlamentario y Género. Sevilla, 22-23 febrero 2013.
 
Carranza Márquez, Aurelia (2014). "La Perspectiva de Género en el Lenguaje Parlamentario Andaluz". Jornadas sobre género y discurso político. Universidad de Sevilla, 12-14 febrero 2014.
 
Cabrejas Peñuelas, Ana Belén y Díez Prados, Mercedes (2014). Positive self-evaluation versus negative other-evaluation in the political genre of pre-election debates. Discourse and Society 25 (2): 159-185.
 
Cabrejas Peñuelas, Ana Belén y Díez Prados, Mercedes (2013). The evaluative function of cohesive devices in three political texts. En: Kecskes, I. & J. Romero-Trillo (eds.). Research Trends in Intercultural Pragmatics. Boston / Berlin: Mouton de Rouge. 317-341.
 
Díez Prados, M. & Cabrejas Peñuelas, A. B. (2012). Cohesion in American political rhetoric: The Gettysburg Address, I have a dream and Obama’s Inaugural Address’. En: Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense, 20, 37-60.
 
Escandell, V., V. Marrero y P. Pérez Ocón (2014): “Prosody, information structure and evaluation”, en G. Thompson y L. Alba-Juez (eds.), Evaluation in Context, Amsterdam, John Benjamins. 153-177.
 
García Gómez, Antonio (2010). Posicionamientos discursivos, evaluación social y estrategias de cortesía verbal en la Red. Birbeck Studies in Applied Linguistics, 4: 56-75. London.Online journal:
 
García Gómez, Antonio (2011). Regulating girlhood: Evaluative language, discourses of gender socialization and relational aggression. European Journal of Women's Studies, Vol. 18 (3); 243-264.
 
García Gómez, Antonio (2012) “Perceptions of assertiveness among women: Triggering and managing conflict in reality television”. En: Discourse and Communication, Volumen: 6 (4), 379-399. Sage Journal. Factor de impacto 2011: 0.688 (JCR).
 
García Gómez, Antonio (2013). Technoself-presentation on Social Networks: a Gender-Based Approach. Rocci Luppicini (ed) Handbook of Research on Technoself: Identity in a Technological Society. Volume II. Chapter 21. USA: IGI Global. 382-298.
 
García Gómez, Antonio (2013) “Rethinking agency: Pornifed discourses and shifting gendered subjectivities”. En Christopher Chavez & Brian Goss (eds.), Identity: Beyond Tradition and McWorld Neoliberalism. Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 191-214.
 
García Gómez, Antonio (2013). “Technoself-presentation on Social Networks: a Gender-Based Approach”. En R. Luppicini (ed), Handbook of Research on Technoself: Identity in a Technological SocietyVolume II. Chapter 21. USA: IGI Global. 382-398
 
Hannay, Mike; Martínez Caro, Elena & Lachlan Mackenzie (en prensa). Besides as a connective. En: María de los Ángeles Gómez González, Francisco Ruiz de Mendoza-Ibáñez y Francisco Gonzálvez García (eds), Form and Function in Language: Functional, Cognitive and Applied Perspectives. Essays in Honour of Christopher S. Butler(Studies in Language Companion Series), Pragmatics and Beyond SeriesAmsterdam: John Benjamins. 313-337.
 
Kaul de Marlangeon, Silvia & Alba Juez, Laura (2013). A typology of verbal impoliteness behaviour for the English and Spanish cultures. RESLA nº 25, 69-92.
 
Maíz-Arévalo, C. (2011) “Gender-based differences on Spanish conversational exchanges: the role of the follow-up move”, Discourse Studies, 13 (6), pp. 687-724.
 
Maíz-Arévalo, C. (2012) “’Was that a compliment?’ Implicit compliments in English and Spanish”, Journal of Pragmatics, 44 (8), pp. 980-996.
 
Maíz-Arévalo, C. & J. Arús Hita (2012). Apparently not the same: a contrastive analysis of gossip adverbs in oral and written Spanish and English. In Carmen García & María Elena Placencia (eds.). Estudios de Pragmática y Comunicación intercultural en el mundo hispanohablanteLondres: Rodopi, pp. 233-254.
 
Maíz-Arévalo, C. (2012). At a loss for words or how to respond to compliments: a contrastive analysis of compliment response in English and Spanish. Reyes Gómez Morón & Manuel Padilla (eds). Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 157-173.
 
Maíz-Arévalo, C. (2013) '"Just click 'Like'": Computer-mediated responses to Spanish compliments'. Journal of Pragmatics, vol 51, 47-67.
 
Maíz Arévalo, Carmen y Carmen Santamaría García  (2013) “Hibridismo entre el lenguaje oral y el escrito: La comunicación a través del ordenador y las nuevas redes sociales” Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos nº 761. Madrid. 69-85.
 
Maíz Arévalo, Carmen, y A. García Gómez (2013). “You look terrific!” Social evaluation and relationships in online compliments”. In: Discourse Studies, Volumen: 15 (6). USA: Sage Journal. 735-760.
 
Maíz-Arévalo, C.  (2014) “Expressing disagreement in English as lingua franca: Whose pragmatic rules?”Intercultural pragmatics (en prensa). En: Carretero, M., Maíz-Arévalo, C. and Martínez Martínez, M. A. (in press). “Hope this helps!” An analysis of expressive speech acts in online task-oriented interaction by university students. In Yearbook of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics 2014: New Empirical and Theoretical Paradigms, edited by J. Romero Trillo. Berlin: Springer and Verlag.
 
Maíz-Arévalo, C. (en prensa). “A pragmatic and multimodal analysis of emoticons and gender in social networks.” In English in the World Series, edited by Macarro, A. et al. Valencia: Universitat de València.
 
Martínez Caro, Elena (2014). The expression of evaluation in weekly news magazines in English. En: Geoff Thompson & Laura Alba-Juez (eds.) Evaluation in ContextPragmatics and Beyond SeriesAmsterdam: John Benjamins.  321-343.
 
Martínez Caro, Elena (en prensa). “ El párrafo como unidad discursiva: consideraciones de forma y contenido relativas a su demarcación y estructuración”. En Estudios de Lingüística del Español / Infoling Revista (ELiEs/IR) (ISSN:11398736). Infoling Revista 35 (revista on line).
 
Pérez Ocón, P. (2011): "Sobre el uso evaluativo de las oraciones interrogativas en el AGLE", en Actas del XVI Congreso Internacional ALFAL, Universidad de Alcalá, 6-9 junio 2011.
 
Santamaría-García, Carmen (2011). "Bricolage assembling: CL, CA and DA to explore the negotiation of agreement in English and Spanish conversation".
International Journal of Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
 
Santamaría-García, Carmen (2011). "Review on Pütz, Martin and JoAnne Neff-van Aertselaer. 2008. Developing Contrastive Pragmatics: Interlanguage and Cross-Cultural Perspectives (Studies on Language Acquisition)Journal of Intercultural Pragmatics 8(1). 147-171. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
ISSN (Online) 1613-365X, ISSN (Print) 1612-295X, DOI: 10.1515/IPRG.2011.006, /March/2011. Published online: 24/02/2011.
 
Santamaría-García, Carmen (2013) “A compelling need to evaluate: social networks as tools for the expression of affect, judgement and appreciation”. En I. Kecskes and J. Romero-Trillo (eds.). Research Trends in Intercultural Pragmatics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 459-478.
 
Santamaría García, Carmen (2013) “The discourse of social networks for the expression of evaluation in student communication with peers”. In S. Molina & A. Roldán (eds.) New Perspectives on LSP: The contribution of genre research. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 123-142.
 
Santamaría-García, Carmen (2014). “Evaluative discourse and politeness in university students' communication through social networking sites”. En Geoff Thompson, & Laura Alba-Juez (eds.) Evaluation in Context. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
 
Santamaría García, Carmen (2014) "Evaluative, Self-Discursive Construction of Gender Limitations by Women". M. Jarecka-Zyluk and O. Holz (eds.) Gender and Education from Different Angles. .Zürich, Berlin: Lit Verlag. 223-235.
 
Santamaría-García, Carmen (2014) “The construction of adolescents’ peer identity through hyperbole on social networking sites”. A. Sánchez Macarro and A. B. Cabrejas Peñuelas, (eds.) New Insights into Gendered Discursive Practices: Language, Gender and Identity Construction. 159- 174. Valencia: Universidad de Valencia.
 
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