Available topics for doctoral theses

Phd Programme in Intercultural Linguistics

Topics for Doctoral Theses

Name

e-mail

Critical discourse analysis of TV interviews 

Abbas Nawal Fadhil & Rada Roberta 

nawal.fadhil@coeduw.uobaghdad.edu.iq

Cross-cultural pragmatics  

Abbas Nawal Fadhil & Rada Roberta 

nawal.fadhil@coeduw.uobaghdad.edu.iq

Pragma-stylistics of euphemism in literary discourse 

Abbas Nawal Fadhil & Rada Roberta 

nawal.fadhil@coeduw.uobaghdad.edu.iq

Promoting language learning of disadvantaged, disabled or special needs learners

Ágnes Albert

albert.agnes@btk.elte.hu

Native Spanish speakers’ attitude towards interlanguages 

Kata Baditzné Pálvölgyi

bpkat@caesar.elte.hu

Cultural embodiment: cultural aspects of the figurative extensions of body-parts

Judit Baranyiné Kóczy & Rita Brdar-Szabó

szabo.rita@btk.elte.hu

Cultural conceptualizations in folk cultural discourse

Judit Baranyiné Kóczy & Veronika Jávor-Szelid

javor-szelid.veronika.petra@btk.elte.hu

Cultural conceptualizations in language

Judit Baranyiné Kóczy & Veronika Jávor-Szelid

javor-szelid.veronika.petra@btk.elte.hu

Sociolinguistics and Linguistic Ethnography

Csanád Bodó

bodo.csanad@btk.elte.hu

Language acquisition and language learning in multilingual environment – Phonetic and psycholinguistic aspects

Judit Bóna

bona.judit@btk.elte.hu

Phonetic analysis of non-ordinary speech

Andrea  Deme

deme.andrea@btk.elte.hu

Phonetic analysis of variability in speech sounds

Deme Andrea 

deme.andrea@btk.elte.hu

Sociophonetic studies

Deme Andrea 

deme.andrea@btk.elte.hu

Syntactic typology

Nikolett F. Gulyás

nikolett.fgulyas@btk.elte.hu

The role of metaphor and/or metonymy in meaning creation from an intercultural perspective

Gábor Győri

gyori.gabor@pte.hu

Intercultural aspects of linguistic categorization with special reference to the basic level

Gábor Győri

gyori.gabor@pte.hu

Intercultural aspects of meaning extension in a cognitive semantic framework

Gábor Győri

gyori.gabor@pte.hu

Disfluencies in speech

Viktória  Horváth

horvath.viktoria@nytud.mta.hu

Pragmatic aspects of translation

Éva Illés

illes.eva@btk.elte.hu

The pragmatics of English as a lingua franca

Éva Illés

illes.eva@btk.elte.hu

A cross-linguistic analysis of inversion from a cognitive perspective

András Imrényi

imrenyi.andras@gmail.com

Conceptual metaphors

Veronika Jávor-Szelid

javor-szelid.veronika.petra@btk.elte.hu

Cognitive linguistic aspects of audiovisual translation

László Katona

katonal@caser.elte.hu

Translating ESP discourse: a cognitive linguistic approach 

László Katona

katonal@caser.elte.hu

Metaphor in evolution and history

Zoltán Kövecses

kovecses.zoltan@btk.elte.hu

The conceptualization of emotions from a cognitive linguistic perspective

Zoltán Kövecses

kovecses.zoltan@btk.elte.hu

Intercultural aspects of healthcare communication 

Ágnes Kuna

kunaagnes@gmail.com

Linguistic and intercultural components of conflicts

Ágnes Kuna

kunaagnes@gmail.com

The functioning of the deixis

Krisztina Laczkó

laczko.krisztina@illetve.hu

The signs of metapragmatic awareness

Krisztina Laczkó

laczko.krisztina@illetve.hu

Exploring the evaluative potential of creative metaphor in reviews 

Paula Pérez Sobrino

paula.perezs@unirioja.es

Motivations for colour-feeling associations across cultures

Paula Pérez Sobrino

paula.perezs@unirioja.es

The effect of iconicity in sensory marketing

Paula Pérez Sobrino

paula.perezs@unirioja.es

The reception of metaphor and metonymy in advertising

Paula Pérez Sobrino

paula.perezs@unirioja.es

Corpus-based investigations of figurative language

Gábor Simon

simon.gabor@btk.elte.hu

The languages of Budapest

Anne Tamm & Rita  Brdar-Szabó

tamm.anne@kre.hu

Intercultural perspectives on the source and reliability of information

Anne Tamm & Nikolett F. Gulyás

tamm.anne@kre.hu

The influence of English web series on „New Englishes”

Anne Tamm & László Katona

tamm.anne@kre.hu

Intercultural perspectives on the new media in learning

Anne Tamm & Nora Tartsayné Nemeth

tamm.anne@kre.hu

Language Assessment

Gyula Tankó

tanko.gyula@btk.elte.hu

Researching the Common European Framework of Reference–Companion Volume

Gyula Tankó

tanko.gyula@btk.elte.hu

Intercultural aspects of online communication 

Nora Tartsayné Dr. Nemeth

nemeth.nora@btk.elte.hu

Intercultural characteristics of e-learning materials

Nora Tartsayné Dr. Nemeth

nemeth.nora@btk.elte.hu

Cognitive semantics

Gábor Tolcsvai Nagy

tnghu@hotmail.com

Current research on intercultural communication

Ildikó Vaskó

vasko.ildiko@btk.elte.hu

Pragmatic markers in intercultural perspective 

Ildikó Vaskó

vasko.ildiko@btk.elte.hu

Second language motivation from an intercultural perspective

Kata Wein Csizér

wein.kata@btk.elte.hu

Intercultural Cognitive Linguistics

Xu Wen & Rita Brdar-Szabó

szabo.rita@btk.elte.hu

Metaphor and metonymy across languages and cultures

Xu Wen & Rita Brdar-Szabó

szabo.rita@btk.elte.hu