Posts Tagged ‘Pragmatics’

EPICS IX – Into the pragmatic strategies of headlines in the section ‘news and events’ of research project websites

From 4th to 6th November, the EPICS IX, a symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics, was held online gathering researchers from international universities to discuss their research on pragmatics and establish the current trends of analysis in the field. Our colleague, Daniel Pascual, participated at the conference and delivered a communication on the pragmatic…

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Daniel Pascual discussess the pragmatic strategies of headlines in research project news and events at EPICS IX

November 4th-6th were the dates chosen to relocate the ninth edition of the EPICS conferences, after the original dates were postponed due to the COVID-19 health crisis. The 9th International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics (EPICS) was organised as usual by the research group “Intercultural Pragmatic Studies (English-Spanish): Pragmatic and Discourse Issues” at…

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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 – 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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