Anastasia G. Stamou
Anastasia G. Stamou
Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics and Language Teaching, School of German, AUTH
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TitleCited byYear
Greek primary school teachers' understanding of current environmental issues: An exploration of their environmental knowledge and images of nature
S Michail, AG Stamou, GP Stamou
Science Education 91 (2), 244-259, 2007
1182007
Images of nature by tourism and environmentalist discourses in visitors books: A critical discourse analysis of ecotourism
AG Stamou, S Paraskevopoulos
Discourse & Society 15 (1), 105-129, 2004
822004
Images of nature in Greek primary school textbooks
KJ Korfiatis, AG Stamou, S Paraskevopoulos
Science Education 88 (1), 72-89, 2004
712004
The representation of non-protesters in a student and teacher protest: a critical discourse analysis of news reporting in a Greek newspaper
AG Stamou
Discourse & Society 12 (5), 653-680, 2001
652001
The effect of nature documentaries on students’ environmental sensitivity: A case study
TA Barbas, S Paraskevopoulos, AG Stamou
Learning, Media and Technology 34 (1), 61-69, 2009
562009
Ecotourism experiences in visitors’ books of a Greek reserve: A critical discourse analysis perspective
AG Stamou, S Paraskevopoulos
Sociologia Ruralis 43 (1), 34-55, 2003
422003
Representing protected areas: A critical discourse analysis of tourism destination building in a Greek travel magazine
AG Stamou, S Paraskevopoulos
International Journal of Tourism Research 8 (6), 431-449, 2006
242006
A literature review on the mediation of sociolinguistic style in television and cinematic fiction: Sustaining the ideology of authenticity
AG Stamou
Language and literature 23 (2), 118-140, 2014
212014
Discourses of Disability by Teacher Candidates: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Written Responses to a Disability Simulation1
AG Stamou, S Padeliadu
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 39 (3), 509-540, 2009
182009
Speech style and the construction of social division: Evidence from Greek television
AG Stamou
Language & Communication 31 (4), 329-344, 2011
162011
The discourse of environmental information: Representations of nature and forms of rhetoric in the information center of a Greek reserve
AG Stamou, A Lefkaditou, D Schizas, GP Stamou
Science Communication 31 (2), 187-214, 2009
132009
Representations of linguistic variation in children's books: register stylisation as a resource for (critical) language awareness
AG Stamou
Language awareness 21 (4), 313-329, 2012
122012
Adopting a critical discourse analytical approach to the mediation of sociolinguistic reality in mass culture: The case of youth language in advertising
AG Stamou
Critical studies in media communication 30 (4), 327-346, 2013
112013
Representing “traditional” and “progressive” women in Greek television: The role of “feminine”/“masculine” speech styles in the mediation of gender identity construction
AG Stamou, KS Maroniti, KD Dinas
Women's Studies International Forum 35 (1), 38-52, 2012
112012
Views of nature and the human-nature relations: An analysis of the visual syntax of pictures about the environment in Greek primary school textbooks—diachronic considerations
R Lemoni, A Lefkaditou, AG Stamou, D Schizas, GP Stamou
Research in Science Education 43 (1), 117-140, 2013
102013
“Romantic”,“Classic” and “Baroque” Views of Nature: An Analysis of Pictures About the Environment in Greek Primary School Textbooks—Diachronic Considerations
R Lemoni, AG Stamou, GP Stamou
Research in Science Education 41 (5), 811-832, 2011
102011
Representations of youth (language) in Greek TV commercials
AG Stamou, A Agrafioti, KD Dinas
Journal of Youth Studies 15 (7), 909-928, 2012
92012
Representing protection action in an ecotourism setting: a critical discourse analysis of visitors' books at a Greek reserve
AG Stamou, S Paraskevopoulos
Critical Discourse Studies 5 (1), 35-54, 2008
92008
Greek primary school teachers’ understanding of current environmental issues: An exploration of their environmental knowledge and images of nature
M Sirmo, AG Stamou, GP Stamou
Science Education 91 (2), 2006
62006
Young children talk about their popular cartoon and TV heroes' speech styles: media reception and language attitudes
AG Stamou, K Maroniti, E Griva
Language Awareness 24 (3), 216-232, 2015
52015
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