InterGedi participates in NetPra2, a conference about digital pragmatics

Last 22-24 October, the second edition of the NetPra conferences took place online. Organised by the University of Helsinki, the event was very successful and offered a wide variety of approaches and topics around the field of ‘Internet pragmatics’ under the theme of “Interactions, Identities, Intentions”. The InterGedi research group participated at the conference through…

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NetPra2 2020: Daniel Pascual analyses research project homepages from a combined multimodal, pragmatic approach

At the NetPra2 conference, held from 22nd to 24th October, Daniel Pascual communicated his latest findings on the pragmatic force deployed in the homepages of the research project websites collected in the EUROPRO digital corpus, compiled by the InterGedi research group. Through a mixed-methodological approach, he first identified sections and clusters in these homepages to…

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Digital methods in practice! Insightful workshop for InterGedi research

We have participated in an all-day hands-on workshop organised by the University of Navarra at its campus in Madrid last Wednesday, 13th November.  The workshop, consisting of three different seminars, was a wonderful opportunity to delve into research methodologies as applied to digital texts and communication online. The first session, delivered by Eleonora Esposito, from…

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ADDA2 2019: Daniel Pascual analyses the use of Twitter as a networking mechanism for international research groups

Daniel Pascual participated in the 2nd ADDA (Approaches to Digital Discourse Analysis) international conference organised at the University of Turku, Finland (23-25 May 2019). This forum provided wonderful insights into digital discourses in new genres, media and platforms, including social media. Daniel presented a preliminary study of the interrelationship between Twitter and research project websites,…

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Daniel Pascual

Daniel Pascual I am a research fellow in the Department of English and German Studies at the University of Zaragoza (Spain). I finished my PhD thesis in 2023, for which I was granted a competitive research fellowship financed by the Diputación General de Aragón (DGA). My thesis is framed within the field of Applied Linguistics…

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Daniel Pascual And Pilar Mur Dueñas give a session on digital texts in the EFL class as part of our Linguistic Corner activities

14th February 2019. In this session, we invited students to deal with the characteristics of digital genres that are commonly employed nowadays, and should be introduced in the language classroom, such as blogs. After discussing their communicative purposes and their similar and different affordances with other digital genres, we focused on some pedagogical and methodological…

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XVII AELFE 2018: Daniel Pascual. Innovation and research in the globalization era

Pascual, Daniel: “What is there within a blog? Generic relationships in travel blog posts and comments” Abstract Immediacy and accessibility characterize the use of the net when retrieving information and interacting with other users. Interactions have largely evolved thanks to digital genres, which allow for dialogical and bilateral relationships in the web that traditional printed…

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