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2021

Dayter, Daria. (2021) Dealing with interactionally risky speech acts in simultaneous interpreting: The case of self-praise. Journal of pragmatics, 174. pp. 28-42.

2020

Dayter, Daria. (2020) Variation in non-fluencies in a corpus of simultaneous interpreting vs. non-interpreted English. Perspectives, online first. pp. 1-18.

Rüdiger, Sofia and Dayter, Daria. (2020) Manbragging online: Self-praise on pick-up artists' forums. Journal of pragmatics, 161. pp. 16-27.

Rüdiger, Sofia and Dayter, Daria, eds. (2020) Corpus Approaches to Social Media. Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 98. Amsterdam.

Dayter, Daria and Rüdiger, Sofia. (2020) Talking about women: Elicitation, manual tagging, and semantic tagging in a study of pick-up artists' referential strategies. In: Corpus Approaches to Social Media. Amsterdam, pp. 63-86.

2019

Dayter, Daria. (2019) Review of Mills, Sara. (2017). English Politeness and Class. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Russian Journal of Linguistics, 23 (4). pp. 1109-1114.

2018

Dayter, Daria. (16 April 2018) Seducing with words. The role of language in the pick-up artist's make-believe. sci-five. Basel.

Dayter, Daria. (2018) Self-praise online and offline: The hallmark speech act of social media? Internet Pragmatics, 1 (1). pp. 184-203.

Dayter, Daria. (2018) Review of Munday, Jeremy and Meifang Zhang, eds. Discourse Analysis in Translation Studies, 2017, Benjamins. Linguist List (29.2662).

Dayter, Daria and Rüdiger, Sofia. (2018) In other words: 'The language of attraction' used by pick-up artists. English Today. pp. 1-7.

Dayter, Daria. (2018) Describing lexical patterns in simultaneously interpreted discourse in a parallel aligned corpus of Russian-English interpreting (SIREN). FORUM: International Journal of Interpretation and Translation, 16 (2). pp. 241-264.

2017

Dayter, Daria. (2017) Orality and Literacy in Verbal Duelling. Playing the Dozens in the Twenty-First Century. In: Contested Communities. Communication, Narration, Imagination. Leiden, pp. 23-50.

Rüdiger, Sofia and Dayter, Daria. (2017) The ethics of researching unlikeable subjects. Applied Linguistics Review, 8 (2-3). pp. 251-269.

2016

Dayter, Daria. (2016) Discursive self in microblogging : speech acts, stories and self-praise. Pragmatics and beyond. New series, 260. Amsterdam.

Dayter, Daria. (2016) "Rezension von" Fantinuoli, Claudio, Zanettin, Federico, eds.: New directions in corpus-based translation studies, 2015, Language Science Press. Linguist List, 27.989. 00.

Dayter, Daria and Rüdiger, Sofia. (2016) Reporting from the Field: The Narrative Reconstruction of Experience in Pick-up Artist Online Communities. Open Linguistics, 2 (1). pp. 337-351.

Dayter, Daria and Mühleisen, Susanne. (2016) Editorial: Telling Stories about Self in Digital Contexts: Same, Same, but Different? Open Linguistics, 2 (1). pp. 572-576.

Dayter, Daria and Mühleisen, Susanne, eds. (2016) Topical Issue on: Personal Narrative Online. Open Linguistics. Berlin.

2015

Dayter, Daria. (2015) Small stories and extended narratives on Twitter. Discourse, context & media, 10. pp. 19-26.

Dayter, Daria. (2015) [Review of] James Paul Gee, An Introduction to Discourse Analysis, and J.P.Gee, How to Do Discourse Analysis, London: Routledge, 2014. Discourse Studies, 17 (6). pp. 772-774.

Dayter, Daria. (2015) Book review: Maria Grazia Sindoni, Spoken and Written Discourse in Online Interactions: A Multimodal Approach. Discourse Studies, 17 (3). pp. 1-18.

2014

Dayter, Daria. (2014) Self-praise in miroblogging. Journal of Pragmatics, 61. pp. 91-102.

Dayter, Daria and Rüdiger, Sofia. (2014) Speak your mind, but watch your mouth: Complaints in CouchSurfing References. In: Face Work and Social Media. Wien, pp. 193-212.

2013

Dayter, Daria. (2013) Twitter as a means of class participation: Making student reading visible. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 8 (1). pp. 1-21.