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2012

Pihlaja, Stephen (2012). The development of ‘drama’ in YouTube discourse. PhD thesis The Open University. file

2011

Pihlaja, Stephen (2011). Cops, popes, and garbage collectors: metaphor and antagonism in an atheist/Christian YouTube video thread. Language@Internet, 8

Pihlaja, Stephen (2011). “Are you religious or are you saved?”: defining membership categories in religious discussions on YouTube. Fieldwork in Religion, 6(1) pp. 27–46.

2010

Pihlaja, Stephen (2010). The Pope of YouTube: Metaphor and misunderstanding in Atheist-Christian YouTube dialogue. The Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue(3) pp. 25–35.

2008

Pihlaja, Stephen (2008). “Would you like to dance with me, Miwa?”: gender roles and the EFL Text. The School House, 16(1) pp. 2–9. file

Pihlaja, Stephen (2008). Caught in the middle: grammar, textbooks, and the Japanese high school. The School House, 16(3) pp. 46–55. file

2007

Pihlaja, Stephen (2007). Watch out! The corpus, verb usage, and the non-native teacher of English. In: Teachers Helping Teachers: Learning Applications for a Developing Nation in the 21st Century, 25-26 August 2007, Dhaka, Bangladesh. file

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