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Irma Bochorishvili

Irma Bochorishvili

Contact Information

Email: bochorii@tcd.ie

Website:https://tcd.academia.edu/IrmaBochorishvili

Address: Centre for Language and Communication Studies,
Arts Building,
Trinity College Dublin,
College Green,
Dublin 2

 

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Research Interests

  • Sociolinguistics, Politeness, Code switching, Bilingualism, Metaphor and Metonymy, Gender and Language

Current Projects

  • PhD Thesis: Code switching for Politeness purposes among Greeks living in Ireland. (working title)

Publications

  • Bochorishvili, I. (to appear in 2017). ‘Switching Codes for Politeness Purposes: A Case Study of Greek families in Ireland’ in Sifianou, M. & Blitvich, P. G. (Eds.) Im/Politeness and Globalisation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bochorishvili, I., Lucek, S. & Morales, K. (Eds.) (to appear in 2016) Proceedings of the 6th Sociolinguistics Summer School. Online publication.
  • Bochorishvili. I. (2011) ‘HUMAN BEHAVIOUR IS FOOD: The Food Related Metaphors in Modern Greek’. Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Press: 169-74.
  • Bochorishvili, I. (2011).Communicative Approach in Teaching Modern Greek as a Second Language to Migrants Living in Greece. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference, Crossroad of Languages and Cultures: learning beyond the school. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Press: 375-82.

Conference presentations

  • Bochorishvili, I., Eiswirth, M., & Northeast, K. (2015, August). Repeated Questions and Code-switching: Issues of politeness and preference organisation. Paper presented at the 6th Sociolinguistics Summer School, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2015, July). Switching Codes for Politeness Purposes: A Case Study of Greek families in Ireland. Paper presented at the 9th International Im/Politeness Conference at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2015, May). Switching codes for politeness purposes. Thesis-in-3 presentation at Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2015, April). Do we switch codes for politeness purposes? A case study of Greeks living in Ireland. Paper presented at the22nd International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2015, March). Code Switching and Bilingualism: Georgian speakers living in Greece. Paper presented at the International Conference on Bilingualism, University of Malta.

  • Bochorishvili, I & Festa, A. (2014, September) IPA chart. Poster presentations at the Dublin Language garden, Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2014, July). WOMEN ARE FOOD: Food related metaphors in Greek and English. Paper presented at the 5th Sociolinguistics Summer School, University College Dublin.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2014, March) Politeness in Greek and English. Paper presented at the Linguistics Postgraduate Seminar, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2013, September). Why do we switch codes? Poster presented at the Discover Research Dublin, Innovation Academy, Trinity College Dublin.

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2013, June). Factors affecting code switching: the case of Georgian migrants in Greece. Paper presented at 5th AILA-Europe Junior Research Meeting in Applied Linguistics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

  • Bochorishvili, I. (2011, April) Communicative Approach in Teaching Modern Greek as a Second Language to Migrants Living in Greece. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference, Crossroad of Languages and Cultures: learning beyond the school. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

  • Bochorisvili. I. (2011, April) HUMAN BEHAVIOUR IS FOOD: The Food Related Metaphors in Modern Greek. Poster presented at the 20th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

 

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