Recent publications

Some publications in Discourses & organizations related topics

Koskela, Merja & Tanja Sihvonen (2018). #Hashtagin funktiot Twitterissä. In: Isotalus, P., J. Jussila & J. Matikainen (Eds.). Twitter viestintänä. Ilmiöt ja verkostot. Tampere: Vastapaino, 31–50.

Jokipii, Annukka & Merja Koskela (2017). Accounting Terms as an Indication of Expertisein Financial PresentationsComparing Monologue with Dialogue. VAKKI Publications 8. Vaasa, 64–75.

Koskela, Merja (2017). Disclosing principles of disclosure – Rhetorical moves for constructing transparency. International Journal of Business Communication. Special issue. The Pragmatics of Financial Communication. Part 1: From sources to the public sphere. Eds. R. Palmieri, D. Perrin & M. Whitehouse, 1–
30. Online first 11.10.2017. DOI: 10.1177/2329488417735645

Koskela, Merja, Kaisa Koskinen & Nina Pilke (2017). Bilingual formal meeting as a context of translatoriality. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies. Available: Online-First.

Koskela, M. & Kuronen, M-L. (2014). The essence of a hybrid genre: The causes of variation in corporate disclosure policies. In G. Budin & V. Lušicky (eds.), Languages for Special Purposes in a Multilingual Transcultural World, Proceedings of the 19th European Symposium on Languages for Special Purposes, 8–10 July 2013, Vienna, Austria. (

Koskela, M. & Pilke, N. (2014). From Slow Repetition to Awkward Omission: Economic, Efficient, and Precise Language Use in Bilingual Formal Meetings. Multilingua (ahead of print). DOI: 10.1515/multi-2014-0075, October 2014.

Koskela, M. (2013). Same, same, but different – intertextual and interdiscursive features of communication strategy texts. Discourse & Communication 7(4), 1–19.

Mikkola, P. & Lehtinen, E. (2014). Initiating activity shifts through use of appraisal forms as material objects during performance appraisal interviews. In: M. Nevile, P. Haddington, T. Heinemann & M. Rauniomaa (eds.), Interacting with Objects: Language, Materiality, and Social Activity, 57–78. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.


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