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Name: Varvara  Danilina
Institution: Moscow State University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Russia   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: 2005, Speaker’s Image. In: Effective Communication: History, Theory and Practice. Moscow: Olymp (in Russian).
2004, Rhythmic Analysis of Political Discourse: A manual. Moscow: Flinta, Nauka (in Russian).
2002, English for University Applicants. Ed. by L. Minaeva, a group of authors. Moscow: Aspect Press (in English and Russian).
2002, Speech Impact in Public Communication. In: L. Minaeva (ed.) Speech Communication in the Contemporary Society, pp. 29-45. Moscow: Moscow University Press (in Russian)
2002, Rhythmic Peculiarities of Political Oratory. In: Moscow State University Bulletin. Vol. 19: Linguistics and Cross-Cultural Communication(in Russian with a summary in English)
2001, Teaching Political Oratory. In: Academic Papers. Vol. 4: Professionalism in Public Relations, pp. 74-79. St. Petersburg: Znanie (in Russian)
2000, A Rhetorical View of Speech Rhythm. In: I. Sternin (ed.) Speech Impact. A collection of papers, pp. 38-39. Voronezh; Moscow (in Russian)
1999, Professional Training for Speechwriters. In: Speech Communication: Secrets of Success. Proceedings of the international conference, pp. 9-10. Moscow: Moscow University Press (in Russian)
1999, The Speaker Image and the Speech Act. In: Language in the Multicultural World. Proceedings of the international conference, pp. 77-79. Samara: Samara State Pedagogical University (in Russian with a summary in English)
1999 Rhetoric of Political and Business Discourse. In: L. Minaeva (ed.) Theory and Practice of Speech Communication. A collection of syllabi. Moscow: Moscow University Press (in Russian)
1998, Rhetoric as a Tool of Governance. In: V. Annoushkin, A. Volkov and G. Karpiuk (eds.) What is Rhetoric and How to Teach it. Proceedings of the 1st National Conference on Rhetoric, pp. 273-278. Moscow: Dobrosvet Publishers (in Russian)
Courses Taught: Political Rhetoric;
PR Writing;
American Studies;
British Studies;
English for Public Administrators;
Business English;
English for Economics
Dissertation Abstract: The Rhythm of Political Oratory
Academic Paper Abstract: A Rhythmic Analysis of Political Discourse

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