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Name: Sandra  Petroni
Institution: Università degli Studi di Roma - Tor Vergata
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State and/or Country: Italy   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Psycholinguistics
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: - (forthcoming)Collaborative Writing and Linking: When Technology Interacts with Genres in Meaning Construction. In Evolution in Genres (eds) V. H. Bhatia, P. Evangelisti, Berlin: Peter Lang;
2012 - Moving through Electronic Space: The Role of Metaphors in ICT Discourse. In Applied Psycholinguistics. Positive effects and ethical perspectives. Vol. 1. (eds) G. Mininni; A. Manuti, pp: 458-466. Milan: Franco Angeli;
2012 - Developing meta-affective skills via chatbots. In Academic Exchange Quarterly, Spring 2012, Vol 16, Issue 1; pp. 12-17;
2011 - Language in the Multimodal Web Domain, Ottawa/Toronto-Roma, co-edition Legas-Aracne editrice;
2011 - Affective Learning and Computational Systems. New Perspectives on Second Language Learning- In Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata XI 1-2 (Peer-Reviewed Journal indexed by APA PsycINFO), pp. 11-32;
2010 - Localizing the Internet: Pros and cons of the new challenge to overcome linguistic marginalization. The role of English. In Atti del Convegno Internazionale Terze giornate dei diritti linguistici: Rovesciare Babele. Economia ed ecologia delle lingue regionali e minoritarie, Teramo, 20-23 maggio 2009, pp. 279-300;
2009 - Affectivity and humour in computer-mediated communication: can they survive in a virtual domain?. In Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata IX 1-2 (Peer-Reviewed Journal indexed by APA PsycINFO), pp. 53-75.
Courses Taught: -Introduction to English Linguistics and Pragmatics
-Specialized Discourse: Theoretical and practical Implications
-Computer-mediated Communication and the use of English as a global language
-Computer-mediated Communication in the multimodal web domain
Reviewer of: Applied Linguistics and Semantic Web Apps: Cases of Mediated Discursive Practices (LL Issue 24.399)



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