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Irena Vaňková

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The study of the relationship between language and culture has recently found an interesting source of inspiration in the theoretical-methodological basis of cognitive linguistics and ethnolinguistics. The paper draws on this resource, especially on the findings of J. Bartmiński’s Ethnolinguistic School of Lublin and the theory of culturally key words by Anna Wierzbicka, and following the previous ethnolinguistic research of Czech Christmas, it focuses on the image of the Christmas giver Ježíšek in contemporary Czech (private and public) discourse. This image has been reconstructed based on the analysis of language data and culturally significant texts dealing with the Ježíšek topic, and also based on a survey conducted among Czechs on social networks. The objective of the analysis is to contribute to the formulation of the so-called cognitive definition connected to the Ježíšek conceptualization, and to identify some of its aspects.

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Anna Zięba

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Jonathan White

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Mai Zaki

Colloquial Arabic in Electronically-Mediated Communication. Unpublished dissertation. Knaś, Agnieszka. 2010. Review of Carmen Freshener Email - SMS -MMS: The Linguistic Creativity of Asynchronous Discourse in the New Media Age. Language in Society 39 (5). 713-14. doi: 10.1017/S0047404510000813 McClure, Paul. 2016. Faith and Facebook in a Pluralistic Age: The Effect of Social Networking Sites on the Religious Beliefs of Emerging Adults. Sociological Perspectives 59. 818-834. doi: 10.1177/0731121416647361 Miller Brian J

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Poster, Poster on the Wall, Do you Really Mean It All?

Decoding Visual Metaphor ‘Global Warming’ in Public Awareness Campaigns

Marina Platonova

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Jonathan R. White

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Łukasz Grabowski

formulaic language?”. Paper presented at 6th Formulaic Language Research Network Conference. Swansea, UK, 14-16 July 2014. < http://flarn.viviennerogers.info/wp-uploads/2014/02/Forsyth.pdf> (6 August 2015) [paper under review]. Fuster-Marquez, M. (2014). Lexical bundles and phrase frames in the language of hotel websites. English Text Construction, 7(1), 84-121. Grabowski, Ł. (2015a). “Keywords and lexical bundles within English pharmaceutical discourse: a corpus-driven description”. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 23

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Radoslav Pavlík

: Frontiers and Challenges in Articulatory Phonology. In: Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciencies (ICPhS). Eds. M.-J. Solé - D. Recasens - J. Romero. Barcelona: Futurgraphic 2003, s. 1-4. BYRD, Dani - SALTZMAN, Elliot: Speech Production. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks. Ed. M. Arbib. 2. vyd. Cambridge: The MIT Press 2002, s. 1072-1076. CARNEY, Patrick J. - MOLL, Kenneth L.: A Cinefluorographic Investigation of Fricative Consonant - Vowel Coarticulation. In: Phonetica, 1971

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Dita Trčková

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Yakiv Bystrov

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