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Name: Cornelia  Ilie
Institution: Malmö University
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State and/or Country: Sweden   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Pragmatics
Semantics
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Discipline of Linguistics
Specialty: Institutional Discourse Analysis, Media and Political Rhetoric, Intercultural Rhetoric, Argumentation Theory and Practice, Academic Writing
Subject Language(s): English
French
German
Italian
Romanian
Swedish
Selected Publications: BOOKS
2010. European parliaments under scrutiny: Discourse strategies and interaction practices. Amsterdam. John Benjamins.
2007. The use of English in institutional and business settings. Bern: Peter Lang.
2004. Language, culture, rhetoric: Cultural and rhetorical perspectives on communication. Akademitryck.
2001. Language and ideology, Vol. 2 Descriptive cognitive approaches. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
1994. What else can I tell you? A pragmatic study of English rhetorical questions as discursive and argumentative acts. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES
2009. Rhetorical questions. In Cummings, Louise (ed.) The Routledge Pragmatics Encyclopedia.
2007. Rhetoric and language. In W. Donsbach (ed.) The international encyclopedia of communication. Vol. 9. London: Blackwell.
2006. Parliamentary discourses. In K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, Vol. 9. Oxford: Elsevier.
2006. Talk shows. In K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, Vol. 12. Oxford: Elsevier.
2006. Classical rhetoric. In K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, Vol. 10. Oxford: Elsevier.

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
2011. Comparing genres of academic writing: Abstracts and summaries. In Torrance, M. and Alamargot, D.(eds.) Learning to write effectively–Current Trends in European Research. Bruxelles: OPOCE.
2010. Role shifts in Alice’s dialogue transactions in Wonderland. In Ionescu-Ruxandoiu, L. and Hoinarescu, L. (eds.) Dialog, discurs, enunt – In memoriam Sorin Stati. Bucuresti: Editura Universitatii din Bucuresti.
2010. Identity co-construction in parliamentary discourse practices. In C. Ilie (ed.) European parliaments under scrutiny: Discourse strategies and interaction practices. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
2010. Managing dissent and maximising interpersonal relations in parliamentary discourse. In C. Ilie (ed.) European parliaments under scrutiny: Discourse strategies and interaction practices. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2010. Strategic uses of parliamentary forms of address: The case of the U.K. Parliament and the Swedish Riksdag. Journal of Pragmatics.
2010. Pseudo-parliamentary discourse in a Communist dictatorship: Dissenter Parvulescu vs. dictator Ceausescu. Journal of Pragmatics.
2009. Ideologically biased definitions as institutionally legitimating arguments. In A. Capone (ed.) Perspectives on language use and pragmatics. Lincom.
2009. Argumentative functions of parentheticals in parliamentary debates. In G. Alvarez-Benito et al (eds.) Discourse and politics. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
2009. Strategies of refutation by definiton: A pragma-rhetorical approach to refutations in American public speech. In F. van Eemeren and B. Garssen (eds.) Pondering on problems of argumentation: Twenty essays on theoretical issues. Berlin: Springer.
2008. Talking the talk, walking the walk: Candidate profiles in election campaign interviews. In G. Gobber et al (eds.) Proceedings of the IADA workshop 'Word meaning in argumentative dialogue'. Homage to Sorin Stati. L'analisi linguistica e letteraria XVI.
2007. British 'consensus' vs. Swedish 'samförstånd' in parliamentary debates. In G. Garzone and C. Ilie (eds.) The use of English in institutional and business settings: An intercultural perspective. Bern: Peter Lang.
Announced on LINGUIST :  The Use of English in Institutional and Business Settings
 European Parliaments under Scrutiny
 Evolving Genres in Web-mediated Communication
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  The Use of English in Institutional and Business Settings
 Evolving Genres in Web-mediated Communication
Courses Taught: Discourse analysis
Institutional discourse analysis
Pragmatics
Rhetoric
Intercultural rhetoric
Political and parliamentary rhetoric
English in professional settings
Argumentation theory and practice
Academic writing
Genres of academic writing
Oral presentations
Semantics
Schools of linguistics
Introduction to linguistics



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