Special Issue on Digital Communication
Year: 2020 Volume: 11 Issue: 2
Pages: 136
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Notes on digital communication modi

Editorial
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  • 123
  • Pages: 7-13

Public discourse in the context of the coronavirus pandemic: the parrhesia return

Digital Communication Across Genres and Communicative Practices
  • 2
  • 127
  • Pages: 14-29

Commemorative events in the symbolic space of modern Russia: state strategies and cultural practices

Digital Communication Across Genres and Communicative Practices
  • 2
  • 105
  • Pages: 30-43

Semantic interpretations of the word-combination “clean sport” in the context of doping scandals in the media

Digital Communication Across Genres and Communicative Practices
  • 1
  • 109
  • Pages: 44-54

Linguistic aspects and methodology of analysis of Czech on-line sports reporting (as a hybrid genre)

Digital Communication Across Genres and Communicative Practices
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  • 109
  • Pages: 55-68

Educational digital longform article as a multimodal text: on the issue of the genre specifics

Digital Communication Across Genres and Communicative Practices
  • 2
  • 107
  • Pages: 69-77

Online feedback about the food: manifestation in speech of modern Russian “consumer canon”

Digital Communication Across Genres and Communicative Practices
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  • 101
  • Pages: 78-86

From experience in implementing an interdisciplinary linguistic project and network promotion of it’s scientific results

Digital Communication: Promoting of Scientific and Educational Issues
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  • 108
  • Pages: 87-94

Regional content foreign language communicative training as a mean of preparation of “Applied informatics” programme students for international academic exchange

Digital Communication: Promoting of Scientific and Educational Issues
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  • 105
  • Pages: 95-107

Network space and academic style: terminological neologisms

Digital Communication: Promoting of Scientific and Educational Issues
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  • 104
  • Pages: 108-116

Specifics of research article construction: a diachronic study

Digital Communication: Promoting of Scientific and Educational Issues
  • 4
  • 111
  • Pages: 117-126

“Web of knowledge” and the consequences of plagiarism in Russian post-academic science

Digital Communication: Promoting of Scientific and Educational Issues
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  • 109
  • Pages: 127-135