Marianthi Georgalidou is Assistant Professor in Linguistics / Discourse Analysis in the University of the Aegean, Greece, where she teaches Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics and Sociolinguistics. She has presented papers and published articles on the pragmatics of code-switching and minority discourse, on political discourse and humor, on child discourse, gender and politeness.
Georgalidou, M. 2008. “The Contextual Parameters of Linguistic Choice: Greek Children’s Preferences for the Formation of Directive Speech Acts”. Journal of Pragmatics 40, 72-94.
Georgalidou, M. 2009. “Gender Differences in the Discourse of Greek Children Play-groups: The Negotiation of Control Acts in Single and Mixed-gender Interactions”. Gender and Language 3.2, 209-248.
Georgalidou, M., Kaili, H. & Celtek, A. 2010. “Code Alternation Patterns in Bilingual Family Conversation: A Conversation Analysis Approach”. Journal of Greek Linguistics 10, 317-344.
Kaili, H., Çeltek, A. & M. Georgalidou. 2012. “Complement Clauses in the Turkish Variety spoken by Greek-Turkish bilingual children on Rhodes, Greece”. In Turkic Languages 16 (1), 106-120.
Georgalidou, M. 2011. ““Stop caressing the ears of the hooded”: Political humour in times of conflict”. In Villy Tsakona & Diana Elena Popa (eds), Studies in political humour: In between political critique and public entertainment. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 83-108.
Georgalidou, M., Kaili, H. & Celtek, A. 2013. “Code alternation patterns in bilingual family conversations: implications for an integrated model of analysis”. In Peter Auer, Javier Caro & Göz Kaufman (eds), Language Variation- European Perspecives IV. (Studies in Language Variation) Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 117-128.
Georgalidou M. (in prep.) “Question- Answer sequences in institutional discourse: Constructing the defendant”. Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics.
a. Child Discourse (1995-2001).
b. Bilingualism, bilingual conversation, contact phenomena (2002-today)
c. Political & Parliamentary discourse (2010-today)