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Anastasia G. Stamou
Anastasia G. Stamou
Professor of Applied Linguistics-Sociolinguistics-Discourse Analysis
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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
1982007
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
1412009
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
1242004
Images of nature in Greek primary school textbooks
KJ Korfiatis, AG Stamou, S Paraskevopoulos
Science Education 88 (1), 72-89, 2004
1012004
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
922001
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
692014
Ερευνώντας τη διγλωσσία στο σχολικό περιβάλλον: Οπτικές εκπαιδευτικών, μαθητών και μεταναστών γονέων/ Researching builingualism in the school context:Perspectives of teachers …
Ε Γρίβα, ΑΓ Στάμου
59*2014
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
582003
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
412006
Synthesizing critical discourse analysis with language ideologies: The example of fictional discourse
AG Stamou
Discourse, context & media 23, 80-89, 2018
362018
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
352012
Sociolinguistics of fiction
AG Stamou
Discourse, context & media 23, 1-5, 2018
342018
Representations of disability from the perspective of people with disabilities and their families: a critical discourse analysis of disability groups on Facebook
AG Stamou, A Alevriadou, F Soufla
Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research 18 (1), 1-16, 2016
342016
Speech style and the construction of social division: Evidence from Greek television
AG Stamou
Language & Communication 31 (4), 329-344, 2011
322011
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
292015
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
292009
Studying the interactional construction of identities in Critical Discourse Studies: A proposed analytical framework
AG Stamou
Discourse & Society, 2018
262018
Bringing critical discourse analysis into the classroom: a critical language awareness project on fairy tales for young school children
E Karagiannaki, AG Stamou
Language Awareness, 2018
262018
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
232012
“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, 811-832, 2011
232011
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