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  1. How the European policy justifies how to develop the common European Research Area
  2. How the European Green Deal represents the notion of "sustainability" and "transition"
  3. Political Debasement
  4. Recenzja/Review: Jim O'Driscoll (2020). Offensive language: Taboo, offence and social control. London: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781350169678
  5. How managers organize the work of their units effectively through emails and how you can do it too.
  6. Anti-pluralist arguments in the Tea Party online discourse: A mixed method analysis of populist rhetoric
  7. Chapter 7. Communicating risks of an Anti-COVID-19 vaccine in Poland
  8. Book review
  9. How environmental charities justify their causes and mobilize donors
  10. Environmental activism as counter-hegemony? A comparative critical discourse analysis of self-representations of radical environmental organisations
  12. Styles that Characterize Populist Newsfeeds on the example of Tea Party
  13. When Politicians Talk
  14. Book review
  15. Are organizations committed to stress management interventions?
  16. De‐bureaucratising organisational culture at a public university: A mixed‐method study of the implementation of a liberal arts programme
  17. Instagram w autoprezentacji politycznej. Analiza wizualna postów polskich kandydatów do europarlamentu w 2019 roku
  18. Divisive rhetoric in abortion law debate
  19. Children-related imagery in charity communications
  20. Fuzzy Identities in (Dis)Integrating Europe: Discursive Identifications of Poles in Britain Following Brexit
  21. Mariusz Jakosz: Wartościowanie w internetowych komentarzach do artykułów prasowych dotyczących stosunków niemiecko-polskich. Próba analizy pragmalingwistyczej, 2016, Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego (review)
  22. Crossing borders of academia from the perspective of an internationalizing university (editorial)
  23. How New Scientist uses images along popular science pieces to visualize biosciences
  24. Popularity-driven science journalism and climate change: A critical discourse analysis of the unsaid
  25. Arguments and Counter-arguments in the Debate to Decriminalize Some Forms of Incestuous Relations in Poland
  26. Distance crossing and alignment in online humanitarian discourse
  27. Representing the Other in European Media Discourses
  28. Journalistic practices of science popularization in the context of users’ agenda: A case study of „New Scientist”
  29. Communicating environmental science beyond academia: Stylistic patterns of newsworthiness in popular science journalism
  30. Challenges of Interdisciplinary University Programs of Studies: The Case of English in Public Communication
  31. Changing Perceptions of Multiculturalism in the British Public Sphere
  32. [Breeze, Ruth; Olza, Inés (eds.). Evaluation in media discourse: European perspectives]
  33. Headlines in science journalism
  34. Discourse Analysis of Science Journalism
  35. Framing disease, ageing and death in popular science journalism
  36. Book review: Adam Hodges (ed.), Discourses of War and Peace
  37. Rhetorical Criticism as an Advanced Literacy Practice: A Report on a Pilot Training
  38. Poisoned Cornucopia
  39. Design and Style of Cultural and Media Studies Textbooks for College Students
  40. Coercive metaphors in news headlines: a cognitive-pragmatic approach
  41. Towards a pragma-linguistic framework for the study of sensationalism in news headlines
  42. Review of News Discourse by Monika Bednarek and Helen Caple
  43. Territorialization in Political Discourse: A Pragma-Linguistic Study of Jerzy Buzek’s Inaugural Speeches