Papers in Language and Communication Studies (PiLaCS) Papers in Language and Communication Studies (PiLaCS)

PiLaCS is an online journal of works in progress by staff, students and researchers working in language, communication and related disciplines throughout the University of East Anglia. PiLaCS is an ideal forum for disseminating pre-print work and gaining valuable feedback. Submitting to PiLaCS will not prevent authors from subsequently submitting their work to a peer-reviewed journal (or other publication), and it is anticipated that authors will ultimately do so. Postgraduate students are particularly encouraged to submit their work. We welcome submissions that address problems in any areas related to language and communication studies.

The editors are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 2 of PiLaCS, published below.


Volume 2 (2019)

Edited by Chi-Hé Elder, Maria Tsimpiri, Sara Vilar Lluch

1-20 Anaïs Augé
Climate change (un)certainty : The GREEN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT metonymy in UK national newspapers

21-45 Roger Baines

Translating tweets in the soccer industry: Identity management and visibility in a global game

46-64 Kayo Kondo

Clinial empathy in medical consultations in Japan: An exploration of the medical education context


Volume 1 (2017)

Edited by Chi-Hé Elder, Vera da Silva Sinha, Maria Tsimpiri

Front matter [pdf]

2-16 Andreas Musolff
How metaphors can shape political reality: The figurative scenarios at the heart of Brexit [pdf]

17-27 Sing Tsun Derek Wong
Investigating 'mob rule': The use of the phrase and its effects [pdf]

28-59 Sara Vilar Lluch
ADHD defining discourse: An approach to the DSM-V from a Critical Discourse Analysis perspective [pdf]