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Ghaleb Rabab’ah and Ronza Abu Rumman

Presidentiables in 2008.” TESOL Journal 7 (2008): 30-42. Print. Brown, Penelope and Stephen Levinson. Politeness: Some Universals in Language Usage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. Print. Fraser, Bruce. (2010). “Hedging in Political Discourse: The Bush 2007 Press Conferences.” 2010. Web. Boston University. 26 December 2014. <www. Bush-Press-Conferences.pdf>. Holmes, Janet. (1990). “Hedges and Boosters in Women’s and Men’s Speech.” Language

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Oxana Alexiyevets

.C. Нариси з лінгвістичної прагматики. Львів: ПАЇС. Belichenko, L.G. (1990). The role and place of prosody in the system of speech influence means (experimental-and-phonetic research on a material of English publicistic texts of a political nature). Abstract of the thesis for the Candidate Degree in Philology, Speciality 10.02.04 – Germanic Languages. Moscow V.I. Lenin State Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow. / Belichenko, L.G. Rol' i mesto prosodiyi v sisteme sredstv rechevogo vozdeystviya (eksperimental'no-foneticheskoye issledovaniye na material angliyskix

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Krisztina Sárosi-Márdirosz

Tankönyvkiadó. Lederer, M. 2003. The Interpretive Model. Manchester: St. Jerome. Newmark, P. 1988. A Textbook of Translation. Hertfordshire: Prentice Hall. Nida, E. 1964. Toward a Science of Translation - with Special Reference to Principles and Procedures Involved in Bible Translating. Leiden: Brill. Olivecrona, K. 2000. A jogi nyelv és a valósag [Legal Language and Reality]. In Szabó M. and Varga Cs (eds.), Jog és nyelv [Law and Language], 153-216. Budapest: PPKE. Quentel G. 2006. Translating a Crucial Political Speech. http://www2.warwick

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Ingrida Unikaitė-Jakuntavičienė and Rita Matulkaitė

REFERENCES BELKIN, PAUL, D. E. MIX, S. WOEHREL. (2014). NATO: Response to the Crisis in Ukraine and Security Concerns in Central and Eastern Europe. Available at: . p. 1-20. BRECHER, M. (1993). Crises in World Politics: Theory and Reality. Oxford: Pergamon Press. BUCHANAN, ELSA. (2015). Ukraine crisis timeline: From the highs of independence to a full-blown war. Available at: . Last accessed 02

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Ksenia Nikitina


The following paper is devoted to the study of speech manipulation technologies in US political media discourse. A number of web-based articles have been taken under consideration for this study. They demonstrate the problem arising from the refugee flow in Europe and create a special “image” of the complicated European situation. It is helpful to see how the situation appears in the Internet media since this type of mass communication is most influential these days. While considering a large amount of media texts, a special speech manipulation technology has been revealed. This phenomenon demonstrates a distinct structure and close interrelations of purposefully selected elements. Going through a number of stages we can find out the technology of speech manipulation – a system of using the aggregate of speech manipulation instruments in order to purposefully guide the reality perception of the mass audience. The external level of the texts enables us to take a penetrating look at the internal intentions. This knowledge will help us not to confuse the migration crisis as it is and the migration crisis as it seems.

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Hotimir Tivadar

References BREZNIK, Anton: Besedni red v govoru. Ljubljana: Kat. bukvarna (Dom in svet) 1908. 64 pp. HORGA, Damir: Latentna struktura brzine izgovora. In: Govor = Speech, 1988, V/2, pp. 129 - 142. HORGA, Damir: Utjecaj tempa na vremenske karakteristike govornih odsječaka. In: Kapitoly z fonetiky a fonologie slovanských jazyků: příspěvky z pracovního vědeckého setkání na XVI. zasedání Komise pro fonetiku a fonologii slovanských jazyků při Mezinárodním komitétu slavistů. Eds. Z. Palková, J. Janoušková. Praha

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The Journey Metaphor in Mediatized Political Discourse

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Gyula Dávid and Bálint Péter Furkó

References Al-Faki, Ibrahim Mohamed. 2014. Political Speeches of Some African Leaders from a Linguistic Perspective. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 4(3): 180-198. Armasu, Veronica-Diana. 2013. The Concept of Politeness in Everyday and Professional Discourse. PhD dissertation, Babeş-Bolyai University. <> (January 15, 2015). Becker, Annette. 2007. Are you saying...? A cross-cultural analysis of interviewing practices in TV election night

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Ľubomír Zvada

policy discourse, which is analyzed here. First, I present the research design of my paper (research methods and research question; sources of data) and after that I turn to the basic theoretical framework of this paper: theory of securitization. Finally, I reflect the key point of this theory – speech act. I will not reflect all speech acts in political or societal discourse but focus on those that manifested anti-Muslim rhetoric. Lastly, in the analytical part of my paper, I will introduce my findings about the characteristics of securitization of Islamophobia during

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Cristina Stănuş

References Algarra, Manuel Martin and Norberto Gonzalez Gaitano. 2011. The Political Role of the Spanish Journalist. Political Communication 14 (4): 481-495. Aslama, Minna, Heikki Hellman and Tuomo Sauri. 2004. Does Market-Entry Regulation Matter?: Competition in Television Broadcasting and Programme Diversity in Finland, 1993-2002. Gazette 66 (2): 113-132. Barendt, Eric. 2007. Fredom of Speech. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Benson, Rodney and Daniel C. Hallin. 2007. How States, Markets and

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Jonathan Mendilow

References Burke, Edmond, 2009. Selected Writings and Speeches. Peter J. Stanlis (ed). New Brunswick: Transaction. 1960. The Philosophy of Edmond Burke. Louis I. Bredvold, Ralph G. Ross (Eds). Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. Dobel, Patrick D, 1978. “The Corruption of a State”. American Political Science Review.72, pp. 958-73. Euben J. Peter, 1989.“Corruption”. Terence Ball (ed.) Political Innovation and Conceptual Change. New York: Cambridge University Press. Fackler, Tim, Tse-min, Lin, 1995. “Political Corruption and Presidential