Romanian Journal of English Studies
The European Society for the Study of English

Journal of The Romanian Society for English and American Studies (RSEAS)

   

Homepage

Number 1/2004

 

Contents

 

Chapter I LINGUISTICS

ANDREI AVRAM

The Story of Obstruent + Liquid Onset Clusters in the English Creoles of Surinam 

SORINA CHIPER

The Challenge of Neurolinguistic Programming 

LILIANA COPOSESCU

Achieving Understanding through Irony and Humour - an Analysis of Conversational Irony in the Interaction Between Native Speakers of English and Romanians – 

MIHAELA COZMA

Norms and Translation Evaluation 

DANIEL DEJICA

On Discourse Structure in Translation: the Concepts of Theme and Rheme 

LUMINIŢA FRENŢIU

Educating Translators 

NAŠA KOSTIĆ

If-Backshifted Predictive Conditional in English and Serbian 

GORDANA LALIĆ

Eponyms in English 

ALINA NISTORESCU

Pronominal Terms of Address in English and Romanian 

BILJANA RADIĆ

Making Words and Sentences Shorter in Chatrooms in English: Some Common Strategies 

RODICA SUPERCEANU

A Strategy for Translation Error Analysis 

JELENA VUJIC

Inflectional Suffix  -Ed  as a Word-Formatiom Suffix 

 

Chapter II ELT

 LUMINIŢA ANDREI

Business English Learning 

LUMINIŢA CHEVEREŞAN, CONSTANTIN CHEVEREŞAN

Education and Time Structuring 

 

ANDREA CSILLAG

NLP Techniques in the Motivation of English Language Learners 

ANAMARIA FLORESCU

Origins of Novice Teachers’ Classroom Practices 

ALEXANDRU HOLLINGER

The Lexical Approach and Its Impact On the Teaching of Economic English 

BEATRICE ILIEŞ

Relationship Between Cultural Understanding and Attitudes Towards Foreigners

SMILJANA KOMAR

The Challenges of English Pronunciation Teaching 

BESSIE MITSIKOPOULOU

 

The Centre’s View of the Periphery: the Case of English Language Teaching 

ANCA PEGULESCU

Can We Still Say “Typically English”   

in A Changing World? 

CARMEN POPESCU

Humour in the Classroom: Categorisation and Sources 

VALENTINA STOICA

How Do Teachers and their Teaching Influence the Students? 

DIANA YANKOVA

Across the 49th Parallel 

 

Chapter III LITERATURE

MAGDA AYTAY-HORVÁTH

The Power of Language

in Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon 

TUDOR BĂLINIŞTEANU

Discursive Structures of the Regeneration Motif in Irish Literature 

LUIZA CARAIVAN

Nadine Gordimer: the Road Between South Africa and the Arabian World 

KRISTINA DANKÓ

Brotherhood of Poets 

CLAUDIA DOROHOLSCHI

Disturbing Vision: the Novels of Janice Galloway 

ELIZA FILIMON

Hungry For Storytelling - Toni Morrison’s Beloved 

NADA GROSELJ

The Motif of the Ancient Roman God Vertumnus in British Literature 

PAULA ION

Lord of the Flies – Psychological Approaches 

OLIVERA KUSOVAC

“Man or Woman - A Toss Up” or in Search of Vivie Warren’s Identity 

HELMUTH POGGEMILLER

Hamlet’s Theology 

ALINA POPESCU

Peter Ackroyd’s Plato Papers — A Parody? 

ANGELIKA REICHMANN

The History of Dorset Writing as Reading in John Cowper Powys’s Wolf Solent 

ANDA STEFANOVICI

Cooper and the Problem of Miscegenation 

TAMÁS TUKACS

“Remembering” and Narrative in Orwell’s Coming Up For Air

 

Editorial Board

Contact

 

No. 1/2004

No. 2/2005

No. 3/2006

No. 4/2007

No. 5/2008

No. 6/2009

No. 7/2010

No. 8/2011

No. 9/2012

No. 10/2013

No. 11/2014

No. 12/2015

No. 13/2016
No. 14/2017
 
 

Instructions to Authors

Style Sheet

Journal Exchange Schemes

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

to open pdf files you need Adobe Reader

Contact:

Dr. Luminita Frentiu, Universitatea de Vest din Timișoara, Facultatea de Litere, Istorie și Teologie

Catedra de limba engleză, Sala 422, Adresa: Bv. V. Pârvan nr. 2-4, 300223, Timișoara

webmaster: Adrian Cintar                                         Recommended resolution: 1280 x 1024