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The contextual parameters of linguistic choice: Greek children's preferences for the formation of directive speech acts
M Georgalidou
Journal of Pragmatics 40 (1), 72-94, 2008
422008
Code alternation patterns in bilingual family conversation: A conversation analysis approach
M Georgalidou, H Kaili, A Celtek
Journal of Greek Linguistics 10 (2), 317-344, 2010
262010
Stop caressing the ears of the hooded
M Georgalidou
Studies in political humour: In between political critique and public …, 2011
212011
Addressing women in the Greek parliament: Institutionalized confrontation or sexist aggression?
M Georgalidou
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 5 (1), 30-56, 2017
162017
Aggression in media-sharing websites in the context of Greek political/parliamentary discourse in the years of the economic crisis
M Georgalidou, KT Frantzi, G Giakoumakis
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 8 (2), 321-350, 2020
122020
Language shift in the bilingual in Greek and Turkish Muslim community of Rhodes
M Georgalidou, V Spyropoulos, H Kaili
Sociolinguistic Symposium, 1-4, 2004
112004
Sexist language in Greek public discourse: When gender exclusive forms become a matter of grammatical correctness
S Lampropoulou, M Georgalidou
Women's Studies International Forum 60, 49-57, 2017
102017
Spoken varieties of Greek in the bilingual Muslim community of Rhodes
M Georgalidou, V Spyropoulos, H Kaili
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Greek Linguistics, 2011
102011
Causative constructions in the Turkish variety of the bilingual Muslim community of Rhodes: a preliminary research
H Kaili, V Spyropoulos, M Georgalidou, A Celtek
Essays on Turkish linguistics: Proceedings of the 14th International …, 2009
72009
Addressing adversaries in the Greek Parliament: a corpus-based approach
M Georgalidou, K Frantzi, G Giakoumakis
CONFERENCE ON GREEK LINGUISTICS ΠΡΑΚΤΙΚΑ 13ΟΥ ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟΥ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗΣ …, 2019
62019
Complement Clauses in the Turkish variety spoken by Greek-Turkish bilingual children on Rhodes, Greece
H Kaili, A Celtek, M Georgalidou
62015
Code alternation patterns in bilingual family conversations: Implications for an integrated model of analysis
M Georgalidou, H Kaili, A Celtek
Language Variation-European Perspectives IV, 117-128, 2013
62013
Δομές εναλλαγής κωδίκων στα ελληνικά και τουρκικά κοινότητα των μουσουλμάνων της Ρόδου.[Code alternation patterns of the bilingual in Greek and Turkish Muslim Community of Rhodes]
M Georgalidou, H Kaili, A Celtek
Studies in Greek Language: Language and Society, 125-137, 2008
62008
Im/Politeness and Aggression in Greek Political Discourse in the Years of Greece’s Economic Crisis and Political Transitions (2009-2019)
M Georgalidou
Journal of Mediterranean and European Linguistic Anthropology 1 (1), 34-64, 2020
52020
Linguistic and sociolinguistic aspects of a Rhodian Greek variety
M Georgalidou, V Spyropoulos, H Kaili, A Revithiadou
6th International Linguistics Conference of ODEG. The dialectal varieties of …, 2005
52005
Language choice and code-alternation patterns in the bilingual in Greek and Turkish Muslim community of Rhodes
M Georgalidou, H Kaili, A Celtec
5th International Symposium on Bilingualism, 19-23, 2005
52005
Negotiating im/politeness via humor in the Greek parliament
M Georgalidou
Estudios de lingüística del español 43, 99-121, 2021
42021
Greek parliamentary discourse in the years of the economic crisis: Investigating aggression using a corpus-based approach
KT Frantzi, M Georgalidou, G Giakoumakis
Argumentation and appraisal in parliamentary discourse, 1-30, 2019
42019
The pragmatics of humour in bilingual conversations
M Georgalidou, H Kaili
The Dynamics of Interactional Humor, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 77-103, 2018
42018
Gender differences in the discourse of Greek children play-groups: The negotiation of control acts in single and mixedgender interactions.
M Georgalidou
Gender & Language 3 (2), 2009
42009
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