PHDS LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

PhDs Language and Linguistics (since 2000)

  • Vasiliki Gkeka (2021). The Contribution of Constructions to Dialogicity and Discourse Unit Delimitation: A Corpus-Based Analysis of “Believe (you) me”, “Believe it or not”, “Think again”, and “Mind you"
  • Aikaterini Kourkouli (2021). Investigating Greek EFL Teachers' Participation in Online Communities of Practice as a Means of Professional Development
  • Virginia Blani (2018). Text Grammar in KPG Candidates’ scripts: A Corpus-based Approach
  • Maria Tsabouraki (2017). Fantasy Literature: Rings in Translation
  • Styliani Karatza (2017). Analysing Multimodal Texts and Test Tasks for Reading Comprehension in the KPG Exams in English
  • Vassiliki Oikonomidou (2016). Factors Affecting Read-to-write Task Difficulty
  • Georgios Giotis (2015). Exploring Listening Comprehension Difficulty in Language Proficiency Testing
  • Anastasia Rothoni (2015). The Everyday Literacy Practices in English of Teenagers Living in Greece: An Ethnographic Multiple Case Study [Abstract]
  • Eleni Charalampopoulou (2015). Listening Comprehension in Language Proficiency Tests: A Study of EFL Test-Takers’ Strategy Based Performance in Listening Testing Situations [Abstract]
  • Elisavet Apostolou (2014). Exploring Listening Comprehension Difficulty in Language Proficiency Testing [Abstract]
  • Xenia Delieza (2014). The Impact of Oral Examiners’ Conduct on Candidates’ Performance: The Case of the KPG Exam in English [Abstract]
  • Stavroula Kefala (2014). The Role of Translation in Tourism Advertising [Abstract]
  • Stavroula Lagou (2014). The Multi-Cultural Greek School: The Immigrant Learner within the Greek ELT Framework [Abstract]
  • Trisevgeni Liontou (2013). The Effect of Text and Reader Variables on Reading Comprehension: The Case of the Greek State Certificate of English Language Proficiency Exams (KPG): A New Text Difficulty Index for Automatic Text Classification [Abstract]
  • Anna Piata (2013). Conventionality and Creativity in the Conceptualization of Time in Modern Greek: Metaphors and Blends in Language and Literature [Abstract]
  • Maria Stathopoulou (2013). Task Dependent Interlinguistic Mediation Performance as Translanguaging Practice: The Use of KPG Data for an Empirically Based Study [Abstract]
  • Thomai Dalpanagioti (2012). A Frame-driven Approach to Bilingual Lexicography: Lexical Meaning and Usage Patterns in Greek and English Motion Verbs [Abstract]
  • Themistokleia Kaniklidou (2012). English-Greek News Creating Narratives: A Translation Perspective [Abstract]
  • Evangelia Karagianni (2012). Teacher Development and Emotions: An ICT-based Reflective/ Collaborative Approach [Abstract]
  • Ioannis Karras (2012). Foreign Language Anxiety and the Use of Affective Language Learning Strategies among Greek University Students in an ESP/EAP Context [Abstract]
  • Amalia Balourdi (2012). World Representations in Language Exam Batteries: Critical Discourse Analysis of Texts Used to Test Reading Comprehension [Abstract]
  • Ifigenia Moulinou (2011). Co-construction of Juvenile Delinquents’ Identity: Linguistic and Discursive Devices and their Social Impact [Abstract]
  • Vasso Yannakopoulou (2010). Norms and Habitus as Parameters in the Production of Four Greek Translations of Hamlet [Abstract]
  • Evangelia Manika (2006). The Use of English Modal Verbs by EFL Learners in Greek State Schools [Abstract]
  • Ioanna Kynigou (2001). Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Greek Primary Schools: A Contextualization of “Learner Autonomy” [Abstract]
  • John Lambrinakos(2001).The Use of “Literacy Texts” and Accompanying Teaching Activities in EFL Coursebooks [Abstract]
  • Eleni Manolopoulou-Sergi (2001).Motivation and Attitudes in Foreign Language Learning (FLL) with Specific Reference to the EFL classrooms in Greek State Junior High Schools [Abstract]
  • Despina A. Symeon (2000). Apologies in English and Greek [Abstract]