Licentiate's Theses - Lisensiaatintutkielmat

Kärkkäinen, Elise (1991). Modality as a strategy in spoken interaction. A discourse analytical and pragmatic approach with a particular focus on the English language.

Raudasvirta, Pekka (1992). Family myths in drama. A study on mythic concepts and images of the nuclear family in major twentieth century American drama from Eugene O'Neill to Sam Shepard

Raudaskoski Pirkko (1992). Repair work in the context of English language mediated computer interface use: a conversation analytic study.

Morris-Wilson, Ian (1993). English Segmental Phonetics for Finns.

Toivanen, Juhani (1995). Perspectives of Intonation and Paralanguage: English, Finnish and Finnish-English Interlanguage.

Kuure, Leena (1996). Reader-Perspectives into the Accessibility and Design of English Texts: A Study of Text-User Accounts.

Varonen, Rauno (1996). Running the River Discourse: On Secondary Language Reading Skills.

Berisa, Marja (1998). Conflict and cooperation in Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs. An investigation into linguistic manifestations of spoken inequality.

Huovinen, Hillevi (1999). Health care students' metacognitive knowledge about language learning with reference to their future work.

Väyrynen, Pertti (1999). A linguistically-based method of automatic speech recognition: a text-based simulation study on the usefulness of linguistic knowledge in automatic speech recognition.

Haddington, Pentti (2001). No problems in understanding them? : a contrastive discourse analytical accessibility study between Finnish and British baby-food labels.

Kaattari, Minna-Liisa (2004). The Book of Hidden Things : Intertextuality and Susan Cooper's 'The Dark Is Rising Sequence'.

Niemelä, Satu (2004). Appraising 'Frasier' : The relationship between additional target text elements and compensatory techniques.

Pecova-Kesäläinen, Marija (2011). Theoretical Perspectives on Metaphor. From Substitution towards the Modern Cognitive Theory of Metaphor.

Koivistoinen, Hilkka (2012). Affordances of English language learning in the everyday life environments of twelve-year-old Finnish pupils and their family members.

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