Inga Milēviča Researcher Profile

Researcher ProfilesInga Milēviča was born and lives in Latvia. She has a Ph.D. in contrastive and comparative linguistics. She currently serves as Docent at Alberta College and The University College of Economics and Culture (academic courses: Rhetoric and Presentation Skills, Introduction into Communication Theory, Business Ethics, Corporate Culture, Business Communication and professional Ethics, Stylistics, and Culture of Latvian Language), and has been Guest Lecturer at the Eurasian National University, Astana, Kazakhstan (September, 2017); Uniwersytet Łódzki, Lodz, Poland (May, 2013); and Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal (May, 2012). Since 2014 she has been a member of the Association for Business Communication (ABC); since 2016 she has been a member of the Liaison Committee of ABC. In 2014 she received one of the CID Micro-grants funded by ABC, for travel to a conference in Japan.

Inga MilevicaMilevica is the author of one monograph and 97 articles in comparative linguistics, cinematic text and translation and gender journalism. Some of her published papers include:

Milevica, I. (2013). Journalistic discourses: The question of the principles of differentiation. Scholarly discussion: Problems of Philology, Art Criticism, and Culturology: Proceedings of XV International Scientific-Practical Conference (pp. 92-97). Moscow: International Centre of Science and Education.

Milevica, I. (2014). Cinematic text and translations: Film adaptations. British Journal of Science, Education and Culture, 1(5), 8-15.

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