Dissertações

DISSERTAÇÕES DE MESTRADO DEFENDIDAS

 

1. The Dimensions of a Woman’s Reality: A Study of Virginia Woolf

Loni Grim Cabral, 1973 (Prof. Alexis Levitin)

 

2. Some Aspects in the Development of Melville’s Style and Themes from Narrative to Symbolism

José Francisco Renato Wendling, 1975 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

3. D.H. Lawrence: Sex for the Anti-Puritanical Puritan

Bonifácio Moreira Pinto, 1975 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

4. Wilfred Owen as a Pacifist

Loni Kreis Taglieber, 1976 (Prof. Thomas E. Cowin)

 

5. Art and Artists in Lawrence Durrel

Carmen Rosa Pereira de Mello, 1976 (Prof. Thomas E. Cowin)

 

6. The Perfect Aspect: Syntactic Interferences on the Part of Brazilian Students Learning English

Apóstolo T. Nicolacópulos, 1976 (Prof. Mário Feiten)

 

7. The Persistence of Endymion

Futin Buffara Antunes, 1976 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

8. Foreign Language Aptitude Testing

Luiz C. Solinitz, 1977 (Prof. James Rogers)

 

9. The Sisters: A Study of Lawrence’s Mode of Female Characterization

Irene Ribarolli Pereira da Silva, 1977 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

10. A Study in Contrastive Analysis and Error Analysis: Article Usage in English and Portuguese

Maria Carmélia Machado Filha, 1977 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

11. Economic Relationships in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Novels and Life

José Luiz Meurer, 1978 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

12. Edgar Allan Poe: The Non-Scientific Scientist

Sonia Maria G. Ferreira, 1978 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

13. Awakening from the Nightmare: A Study of the Democratic Hero in Joyce’s Ulysses

José Célio da Silva, 1978 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

14. A Study in English and Portuguese Intonation

Lilia Maria Oliveira Carioni, 1978 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

15. The Violent Art of Ted Hughes

Neise Cunha Rodrigues, 1978 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

16. Sinclair Lewis: The Noble Barbarian

Hein Leonard Bowles, 1978 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

17. Molière’s Don Juan and Byron’s Don Juan: Two Different Approaches to the Same Theme

Bernadete Pasold, 1979 (Prof. Hugh Fox)

 

18. A Study on the Teaching of English for Reading Purposes in the Secondary School

Vilson José Leffa, 1979 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

19. Nietzschean Themes in O’Neill’s Plays

Eurides Rosseto, 1979 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

20. The Theme of Education through Conflict in the Early Novels of George Eliot

Eliane Luz Bayer, 1979 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

21. Hawthorne’s Defense of Nature against Civilization

Olivia Hatsne Mano, 1979 (Prof. Edward Jayne)

 

22. Malcolm Lowry’s Under the Volcano: A Study of Myth and Symbol

Cristina Maria Teixeira, 1979 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

23. Scott Fitzgerald’s Women: A View of the Flapper as a Projection of the Author’s Anima

Marta Elizabete Zanatta, 1979 (Prof. Hugh Fox)

 

24. Madness in Shakespeare’s Major Tragedies: A Tentative Analysis towards a Laingian Interpretation

Ana Maria Kessler Rocha, 1980 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

25. The Misplaced Urbanite: A Study of the Urban Experience of Saul Bellow’s Protagonists

Dilvo I. Ristoff, 1980 (Prof. Hugh Fox)

 

26. The Order of Prenominal Adjectivals in Unambiguous Unbroken Strings in English

Ana Antônia Assis, 1980 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

27. Love and War in Hemingway’s Fiction

Maria Zenóbia Diniz, 1980 (Prof. Hugh Fox)

 

28. The Theme of the Child in the Fictions of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Selma Fonseca de Oliveira, 1980 (Prof. Hugh Fox)

 

29. Vision of Africa: The Problems of Identity as it Relates to the American Blacks

Maria Helena Vieira Pires Noronha, 1980 (Prof. Hugh Fox)

 

30. Trinity in the Context of North-American Romanticism

Maria Jandyra Cunha, 1980 (Prof. Hugh Fox)

 

31. Saul Bellow’s Defense of Man: The Pattern of Alienation, Purgation and Reconciliation in Saul Bellow’s Fiction

Catarina Bogo, 1980 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

32. William Shakespeare: The Fools and Folly

Marianne Elisabeth Flos, 1980 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

33. The Differences between the English and Portuguese Present Tenses: A Systemic Analysis

Nicoleta Theodoro Nicolacópulos, 1980 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

34. The Reconciliation between Self and Society in John Steinbeck’s Major Novels

Marcia Regina Eicholz Marchi, 1981 (Prof. Paul Jenkins)

 

35. Past Temporal Meanings and Verb Forms in English and Portuguese

Sara Rejane de Freitas Oliveira, 1981 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

36. Charles Dickens’s Child Novels

Klaus Heinrich Schulze, 1981 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

37. A Comparative Study of the Female Character in Margaret Atwood’s Fiction

Irene Maria Dietschi, 1981 (Prof. Paul Jenkins)

 

38. The Theme of Blackmail in the Plays of Lilian Hellman

Rita Maria Paes Barreto Baltar, 1981 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

39. An Analysis of Errors of Brazilians in the Placement of English Word Stress

Barbara Oughton Baptista, 1981 (Prof. Martin Bygate)

 

40. Whose Victory? The Conflict between Philosophical Pessimism and Belief in Joseph Conrad’s Victory

Maria Álvaro Rebelo de Mendonça, 1981 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

41. Colonialism in the Fictional Works of Joseph Conrad

Antônio Eduardo de Oliveira, 1981 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

42. Skepticism and Humanism in Forster’s Treatment of Personal Relations

Sandra Sirangelo Maggio, 1982 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

43. The Industrial Nightmare: A Study of the Evils of Industrialism from D.H. Lawrence’s The White Peacock to Women in Love

Maria Vilani de Souza, 1982 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

44. Towards an Error-Based Analysis of Assertive, Non-Assertive and Negative Forms in English

Rita de Cássia Moura Duarte dos Santos, 1982 (Prof. Martin Bygate)

 

45. The Fantasy Content of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass

Maria Cristina S. de Borba, 1982 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

46. Joseph Conrad: A Symbolic Study

Reynaldo Gonçalves, 1982 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

47. The Effects of Exploratory Speech in the Learning of Languages: An Experiment in a Secondary School

Vera Lúcia Bazzo, 1983 (Prof. Martin Bygate)

 

48. Reading Ability of Brazilian University Students and Foreign Language Teaching

Maria Beatriz Piccoli Correa Dias, 1983 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

49. U.S. Avant-Garde Literature & the Small Presses – 50’s to 80’s: The Struggle for Psychosocial Liberation

Anita Belle Flanders Rebelo, 1983 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

50. Existential Anguish in Tennessee Williams’ Main Protagonists in The Glass Menagerie; A Streetcar Named Desire; Orpheus Descending; The Night of the Iguana

Maria do Socorro Reis Amorim, 1983 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

51. Communicative Competence of Prospective Teachers of English at Brazilian Universities

Márcia Helena Boechat Alves Fernandes, 1983 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

52. An Approach to Fluency

Tânia Mara Rondon Quintanilha, 1983 (Prof. Martin Bygate)

 

53. Error Analysis in Foreign Language Learning: A Study of English Prepositions

Antônia Dilamar Araújo, 1983 (Prof. Martin Bygate)

 

54. Focus on Interaction: A Communicative Approach to Learning in the First Phase English Course

Raquel Carolina Souza Ferraz D’Ely, 1983 (Prof. Martin Bygate)

 

55. Joan of Arc in Shakespeare, Twain and Shaw

Michaelle Marie Hoffman Franz, 1983 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

56. Gaelle, A Case-Study

Maria Inês Cardoso Silva Meyer, 1983 (Profª Leonor Scliar-Cabral)

 

57. A Tentative Analysis of the Initial Development of English Syntax in UFSC Students

Noeme Cunha Pereira, 1984 (Prof. Arturo Ugalde)

 

58. Development of Initial Competence in Listening Comprehension: A Tentative Analysis

Aurineide Costa da Penha, 1984 (Prof. Arturo Ugalde)

 

59. The Value of Perceptual Experience in James’ Protagonists: The Ambassadors and The Golden Bowl

Maria Ângela Pennaforte Soares, 1984 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

60. Logical Relations in Students’ Written Expression

Olinda Martins Moraes, 1984 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

61. Reading Strategies in English as a Foreign Language

Lina Rosa Lira de Carvalho, 1984 (Prof. Michael Scott)

 

62. Brave New World x 1984: A Comparison

Leonida Campestrini Kretzer, 1985 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

63. Relations of Dominance and Equality in D.H. Lawrence

Izabel de Fátima Oliveira Brandão, 1985 (Prof. John B. Derrick)

 

64. Individualism and the Pursuit of the Unconscious in Melville and Conrad

Jason Pimenta Miranda, 1985 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

65. Tag Questions in English and Portuguese: A Contextual Analysis

Laura Cardoso Duarte, 1985 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

66. A Comparative Study of Students’ Ability to Distinguish Main Points from Details in English and Portuguese

Rosana Denise Koerich, 1986 (Profª Loni Kreis Taglieber)

 

67. A Needs Analysis in the Context of a Metallurgical Industry in Joinville, SC: A Pilot Project

Lucinda Clarita Boehm, 1986 (Prof. Arturo Ugalde)

 

68. Justice and Memory: The Struggle of Race Relations in William Faulkner

Lizete Baumgardt Barbosa Lima, 1986 (Prof. Arnold Gordenstein)

 

69. Effects of Contextual Redundancy on Verb Tense Predictability

Gonçalina Alves Simões, 1986 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

70. The Theme of Conflict in Lord of the Flies: A Linguistic Study

Maria Nélia Scott, 1986 (Prof. Malcolm Coulthard)

 

71. Politeness: Brazilian-Portuguese Requests in Service Encounters

Dirce Fischer Zornig, 1987 (Prof. Malcolm Coulthard)

 

72. Teacher Talk – A Description of Classroom Interaction

Rosa Yoshiko Mochidome Mundim, 1987 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

73. Magical Elements in the Narrative Structure of Fairy Tales

Tânia Farah Prehn, 1987 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

74. Fictional Dialogue – A Source of Conflict

Ana Abelin Willeker, 1987 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

75. Schema Activation and Text Comprehension

Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch, 1988 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

76. Modern Utopia: A Reading of Brave New World, Nineteen Eighty Four, and Woman on the Edge of Time in the Light of More’s Utopia

Daniel Derrel Santee, 1988 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

77. That-Deletion – A Reading Comprehension Problem?

Edlamar Benevides Xavier, 1988 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

78. On Translatability: As Illustrated by the Equivalence between English and Portuguese Proverbs

Ivan Macêdo Burity, 1989 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

79. Landscapes as Mentalscapes: Saul Bellow’s Use of Setting in Henderson the Rain King

Camille Amos, 1989 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

80. Feminism in Two of Shaw’s Plays

Uma Viswanathan, 1989 (Profª Bernadete Pasold)

 

81. Marge Piercy’s Female Protagonists: Beyond the Stereotype of Passivity?

Ildney de Fátima Cavalcanti, 1989 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

82. Henry Bergson’s Theory of Time and Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse and The Waves

Josalba Ramalho Vieira, 1989 (Profª Bernadete Pasold)

 

83. Teaching Brazilian Students How to Read a Foreign Language

Cristine Arins Bittencourt, 1989 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

84. Residual Segmental Errors in English

Rosely Péres Xavier, 1989 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

85. Text Structure and Brazilian University Students’ Writing Proficiency: An Experiment

Antônio Mota Filho, 1989 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

86. Doris Lessing’s Belief in Wholeness of the Self and Cosmic Harmony

Mirian Hennig, 1990 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

87. Brazilian-Portuguese and British-English Service Encounters: A Contrastive Genre Analysis

José Marcelo Freitas de Luna, 1990 (Profª Branca Telles Ribeiro)

 

88. The Effects of Text Structure Instruction on EFL Readers’ Understanding of Expository Text

Elaine Maria Luz Barth, 1990 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

89. An Accelerative Psycholinguistic Approach to Second Language Acquisition Applied to English Language

Leatrice Neves Hoffmann, 1990 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

90. Can Communicative Claims be Met in Teaching Materials? The Case of Our Turn

José Endoença Martins, 1991 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

91. Language and Ideology – A Case Study of Sesame Street

Ângela Faria Brognoli, 1991 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

92. A Pragmatic Study of Negatives in Written Text

Adriana Silvina Pagano, 1991 (Prof. Malcolm Coulthard)

 

93. Enumerables: A Pragmatic Study of Unspecific Plural Nouns in Written Text

Gloria Gil, 1991 (Prof. Malcolm Coulthard)

 

94. Kezia’s Stories: A Reading of Four Tales by Katherine Mansfield

Rocicler Saraiva Fontenele, 1991 (Profª Bernadete Pasold)

 

95. Natural Conversation and EFL Textbook Dialogues: A Contrastive Study

Maria Cristina Faria Dalacorte, 1991 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

96. Conflicting Conversational Styles in a Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation

Pedro de Moraes Garcez, 1991 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

97. The Awakening Process or the Achievement of Maturity in Four Novels of Henry James

Ida Lúcia Marochio Cypriano, 1991 (Profª Bernadete Pasold)

 

98. The Effects of Main Idea Identification Instruction on EFL Students’ Reading Comprehension and Summary Writing

Roseanne Rocha Tavares, 1991 (Profª Loni Kreis Taglieber)

 

99. The Use of Dialogue Journal Writing to Teach EFL Secondary School Students

Elisabete Schramm Szenészi, 1991 (Profª Loni Kreis Taglieber)

 

100. Scarlet Letters Read and Responded: The Question of Truth in Hawthorne and Updike

Márcia Pereira Alves, 1991 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

101. Everything You Wanted to Know about Film Translation (but did not have the chance to ask)

Eliana Paes Cardoso Franco, 1991 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

102. Toward Communicative Competence: The Use of Apologies by Brazilian Learners of English

Maura Regina Dourado Affonso, 1991 (Profª Rosa Weingold Konder)

 

103. Jewish Values in Philip Roth’s Fiction

Hélio Dias Furtado, 1991 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

104. The Shattering of Myth: Anne Sexton’s Transforming View of Fairy Tales

Ana Cecília Acioli Lima, 1992 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

105. Allegory and Symbolism in The Scarlet Letter

Humberto Pessoa Pinto, 1992 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

106. The Use of Fairy-Tale Elements in Margaret Atwood’s Novels

Maria Cristina Martins, 1992 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

107. Brazil in the Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop: ‘A Dazzling Dialectic’

Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins, 1992 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

108. ‘Say Nothing and it may not be True’: Focalization and Voice in Wide Sargasso Sea

Vera Helena Wielewicki, 1992 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

109. Sexuality and Nature in Robert Frost’s Lyrics

Daniela Lapoli, 1992 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

110. Social Reform in the Fiction of Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Olive Schreiner

Viviane D’Avila Heidenreich, 1992 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

111. Adrianne Rich: Towards a Feminist Poetics

Márcia Gomes de Oliveira, 1992 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

112. Oral Strategies Used by Brazilian Students Learning English

Nadir de Assis Boralli, 1993 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

113. Cross-Sex Miscommunication and Power in Fictional Talk: A Discourse Analysis Study

Grace Aparecida Pinheiro Teles, 1993 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

114. A Threshold Level Syllabus for Brazilian Adult Students Learning Spanish

Diego Ernesto Arenaza Vecino, 1993 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

115. An EFL Student-Generated Syllabus

Cláudia Estima Sardo, 1993 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

116. Cutting ‘Aesthetic Teeth’: Flannery O’Connor’s Habit of Art

Paula Ann Matvienko-Sikar, 1993 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

117. The Uniqueness of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in the Gothic Literary Tradition

Ana Esther Balbão Pithan, 1993 (Profª Bernadete Pasold)

 

118. Metalanguage in Emily Dickinson’s Poems

Márcia Terezinha Zatharian dos Santos, 1994 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

119. Urbanism as a [Rural] Way of Life: John Steinbeck versus The Sociological School of Chicago’

Vera Drews Guimarães, 1994 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

120. Power and Gender Relation in Brazilian TV Interviews

Aleksandra Piasecka-Till, 1994 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

121. Rites of Passage in Richard Wright’s Fiction: From Chaos to a New Wor(l)d

Roberto Carlos de Andrade, 1994 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

122. The (Un) Consciousness of Second Language Acquisition

Paula Alexandra Fatur-Santos, 1994 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

123. Persuasive Discourse in Advertising

Denise Baumer, 1994 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

124. Acquisition of Morphological Rules by EFL Brazilian Students

Cláudia Maria Pereira, 1994 (Profª Leonor Scliar-Cabral)

 

125. Vocabulary in Foreign-Language Learning: Explorations of a Neglected Area

Antônio Eduardo Vieira de Almeida, 1995 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

126. Rhetorical Ineptness in Texts Written by Linguists

Paulo Leôncio da Silva, 1995 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

127. Academic Abstracts: A Genre Analysis

Mauro Bittencourt dos Santos, 1995 (Prof. Dr. José Luiz Meurer)

 

128. From Traditional Archetypal to Feminist Archetypal Criticism: William Faulkner’s Female Characters in As I Lay Dying and Light in August

Sueli Costa, 1995 (Prof. Dr. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

129. ‘Good Girls Go to Heaven; Bad Girls…’ Learn to Be Good: Critical Language Study of Quizzes in Teenage Girls’ Magazines

Ana Cristina Ostermann, 1995 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

130. The Use and Abuse of Your Sexual Power: Cosmopolitan/Nova and the Creation/Maintenance of a Conservative View of Female Sexuality

Débora de Carvalho Figueiredo, 1995 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

131. Gender Issues in the Virtual Representations of EFL Brazilian Books

Maria de Lourdes Amante Feronha, 1995 (Profª Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard)

 

132. Blade Runners and Electric Sheep in Cyberspace: The Questions of Human Identity

Denise de Mesquita Corrêa, 1995 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

133. Foreign Language Acquisition through Interaction: An Ethnographic Study

Sílvia Madeira Neves Wolf, 1995 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

134. Frequency of Strategy Use and Achievement in Foreign Language Learning

Iara Jane Wollstein, 1995 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

135. A Study of Characterization and Representation in James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and John Barth’s Lost in the Funhouse

Eraldo José de Aguiar Jr., 1995 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

136. Working Memory Capacity and Fluent L2 Speech Production

Mailce Borges Mota, 1995 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

137. Decolonizing African Achebe: The Work of Chinua Achebe

Célia Regina dos Santos, 1995 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

138. From Master Narratives to Simulacra: An Analysis of Modernist Aesthetics in Orwell’s 1984 and Postmodern Aesthetics in Terry Gilliam’s Brazil

Fernando Simão Vugman, 1995 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

139. Estranged Lives: The Romantic Grotesque in Carson McCuller’s Fiction

Paulo Roberto Queiroz, 1995 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

140. Manifestations of the Grotesque in Angela Carter’s Love and Wise Children

Lênia Pisani Gleize, 1995 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

141. Death in the Poetry of Dylan Thomas

Gladir da Silva Cabral, 1996 (Profª Bernadete Pasold)

 

142. Mother-Daughter Relationships and the Search for Identity in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye, Sula and Beloved

Alessandra Coutinho Fernandes, 1996 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

143. From Objectification to Self-Affirmation: Mirror Imagery in Atwood’s First Three Novels

Maria do Socorro Baptista Barbosa,  1996 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

144. Assessment of the Quality of Contract Translations

Lúcia de Almeida e Silva Nascimento, 1996 (Prof. Walter Carlos Costa)

 

145. ‘The Best of them that Speak this Speech’: Language and Empire in William Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Sebastião Alves Teixeira Lopes, 1996 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

146. Social Critique in Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence and Madden’s Ethan Frome: Film Adaptations of Two Novels by Edith Wharton

Helen Maria Linden, 1996 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

147. Imagined Space: Representations of the Future City in Science Fiction Short Stories by Forster, Ballard and Gibson

Carlos Guilherme Hünninghausen, 1997 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

148. Writing and Revision: The Effects of Individual Revision, Peer Revision and Teacher’s Written Feedback in Foreign Language Text Production

Adriana de Carvalho Kuerten Dellagnelo, 1997 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

149. The Acquisition of England Initial /s/ Clusters by Brazilian EFL Learners

Jeanne Teixeira Rebello, 1997 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

150. The Production of English Syllable-Final Consonants by Brazilian EFL Learners

Jair Luiz Alves da Silva Filho, 1998 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

151. The Influence of Reading upon Writing in EFL Students’ Summarizing Process

Renata Jorge Vieira, 1998 (Profª Loni Kreis Taglieber)

 

152. Writing Instruction and its Effects on the Development of EFL Students’ Writing Processes: Focus on Revision

Rosane Silveira, 1998 (Profª Loni Kreis Taglieber)

 

153. ‘Girls don’t Climb trees. Boys don’t Cry’: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Gender Roles in a Narrative for Children

Rubens Prawucki, 1998 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

154. News Discourse and Modality: The Interpersonal Representation of Male Violence in a Case Study of the British Press

Murilo Matos Mendonça, 1998 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

155. A Teacher’s Beliefs on Foreign Language Teaching and Learning: A Classroom Study

Luciani Salcedo de Oliveira Malatér, 1998 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

156. Grammatical and Functional Aspects of Courtroom Questioning

Loreni Teresinha Machado, 1998 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

157. Tim Burton’s The Nightmare before Christmas Vs. O Estranho Mundo de Jack: A Systemic Linguistic Perspective on the Study of Subtitling

Lincoln Paulo Fernandes, 1998 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

158. From Negro to African-American: A Study of Misrepresentation in the U.S. Press

Maria Elizabeth da Costa Gama, 1998 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

159. Aspects of the Image of Santa Catarina in Setting Advertisements: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Cláudia Gonçalves Soares, 1998 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

160. Televised America: The Presence of Television in John Updike’s Rabbit, Run and Rabbit Redux

Roberto Ferreira Júnior, 1998 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

161. Cognitive and Affective Factors Affecting Task Difficulty in EFL Reading

Idonézia Collodel Benetti, 1998 (Profª Barbara O Baptista)

 

162. The Performance of Proficient EFL Readers When Reading to Recall and to Summarize Expository Texts

Luciane Baretta, 1998 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

163. Processing Input: An Investigation into Brazilian EFL Students

Maria Inês Probst Lucena, 1998 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

164. The River and the Margins: Marginality and Exclusion in Mark Twain’s Old South

Tomás Enrique Creus, 1998 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

165. Prior Knowledge, L2 Working Memory Capacity and L2 Reading Comprehension: How do They Relate?

Ana Cecília da Gama Torres, 1998 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

166. Translation as a Foreign Language Learning Process

Cláudia de Oliveira Alves, 1998 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

167. Marlowe’s Edward II: From Page to Screen

Gelson Peres da Silva, 1999 (Profª Margarida Gandara Rauen)

 

168. A Visual and Lexicogrammatical Analysis of Advertisements in Nova and Cosmopolitan

Elisa Lídia Grimm, 1999 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

169. Men Like Us: The Figure of the Male Homosexual in Edmund White’s Fiction

Tacel Ramberto Coutinho Leal, 1999 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

170. Character, Language and Translation: A Linguistic Study of Character Construction in a Cinematic Version of Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire

Luciany Margarida da Silva, 1999 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

171. ‘Fight the Power’: The Oppositional Discourse in African-American Popular Music

Marcos Antônio Morgado de Oliveira, 1999 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

172. Teaching and Learning Brazilian Sign Language as a Foreign Language: A Microethnographic Description

Audrei Gesser, 1999 (Prof. Pedro de Moraes Garcez)

 

173. Going Native: A Brazilian Appropriation of Willian Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Cláudia Buchweitz, 1999 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

174. Class Conflict in William Dean Howelles’s The Rise of Silas Lapham and A Hazard of News Fortunes

Karina Amorim Knabben, 1999 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

175. Rethinking Female Archetypal Images in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre at the Turn of the Century

Noélia Borges de Araújo, 1999 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

176. Teaching Strategies to Facilitate EFL Vocabulary Acquisition through Reading: A Case Study with Brazilian Public School Fifth Graders

Rosa Maria Beal Donato, 1999 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

177. A Discourse Analysis of Advertisements in Business English Textbooks

Adriane Marie Salm, 1999 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

178. Vocabulary Instruction: The Text as a Source in the Classroom

Celso Henrique Soufen Tumolo, 1999 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

179. The Use of Metacognitive Strategies for Main Idea Identification in Expository Texts: A Perspective on Instruction

Mariléa Vieira Matos, 1999 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

180. The Conception of Reading and the Use of Reading Strategies in Florianópolis Municipal Schools

Dóris Regina Maes Manara, 1999 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

181. Differences and Similarities in Self-Revision across Portuguese as a Native Language and English as a Foreign Language

Maria Ester Wollstein Moritz, 1999 (Prof. Hilário Bohn)

 

182. Organizational Aspects of Texts and Critical Reading Awareness

Thelma Belmonte, 1999 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

183. An Interactional Sociolinguistic Study of Fictional Characters’ Conversational Exchanges

Claudia Mesquita, 1999 (Prof. Pedro de Moraes Garcez)

 

184. Humor in the EFL Classroom: A Socio-Interactionist Perspective

Maria do Carmo de Oliveira Braga, 2000 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

185. Doing Being a Judge: An Interactional Analysis of Criminal Examining Hearings in Porto Alegre, Brazil

Marcia de Oliveira Del Corona, 2000 (Prof. Pedro de Moraes Garcez)

 

186. Co-constructing the Victim in Counseling Sessions for Couples at the Women’s Police Station: A Microethnographic Study

Clara Zeni Camargo Dornelles, 2000 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

187. The Reception of John Updike’s Fiction in the Brazilian Media

Raquel Maysa Keller, 2000 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

188. Lexicogrammatical Manifestations of Ideology in Letters to the Editor

Ingrid Fontanini, 2000 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

189. The Interdependence of Extratextual and Intratextual Factors in Translated Texts: A Sample Analysis of Ícaro Brasil, Varig’s Bilingual Inflight Magazine

Eliana Maria Limongi, 2000 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

190. Domination and Resistance in Herman Melville’s Characters

Flávia Roberta Felippi Rückl, 2000 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

191. A Comparative Study of the Discourse of Bank Advertisements from Lloyds TSB in England and Banco do Brasil in Brazil

Sabrina Silveira de Souza Jorge, 2000 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

192. A Teacher’s Beliefs aboutTeaching EFL in Brazil: A Critical Discourse Analysis Case Study

Cristala Athanázio Buschle, 2000 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

193. A Janus-Faced Manipulation: An Investigation of Narratives Construction on the Amazon in the Target and Source Context

Christine Bareño Etges, 2000 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

194. Mission Statements: Site of Social and Ideological Action

Rosa Maria Olher, 2000 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

195. An Analysis of the Protagonist’s Face Work in As Good as it Gets: From an Obnoxious Hermit to a Social Human Being

Alyson Elizabeth Rosalind Steele Ganzo Weickert, 2001 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

196. “Why Can’t Women Talk Like a Man?”: An Investigation of Gender in the Play Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw

Bárbara Cristina Gallardo, 2001 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

197. Reconstructing Identities: A Study of Toni Morison’s Beloved and Dionne Brand’s At the Full and Change of The Moon

Magali Sperling, 2001 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

198. The Uses of Magic Realism in Allende’s The House of the Spirits and Esquivel’s Like Water for Chocolate

Ana Carolina Vieira Rodriguez, 2001 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

199. The American Frontier: From Cooper to Hollywood

Célia Ferrarezi Beckedorff, 2001 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

200. Two Translated Views of Capitu in Dom Casmurro: An Investigation of Textual and Contextual Features in the Construction of Femininity

Rossana Farias de Felippe, 2001 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

201. Friends: The Translation of Humor in a Polysemiotic Text

Daniela Maria Ioppi Chile, 2001 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

202. The Use of the Discourse Makers Y’Know, I Mean and Well by a Group of Brazilian Learners of English

Sandra Mara L. Schmidt Cordeiro, 2001 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

203. Poetry and Politics in Adriene Rich (1951-1999)

Rodrigo Espinosa Cabral, 2001 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

204. Conversational Strategies in EFL Setting-Gender X Floor Domination

Márcia de São Thiago Rosa, 2001 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

205. Charles Simic’s Uses of History

Maysa Cristina Dourado Castro, 2001 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

206. D. H. Lawrence: Drama and the Craft of Fiction

Édina Pereira Crunfli, 2001 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

207. Rewriting Forgotten Histories: The Heirs of Columbus and A Coyote Columbus Story

Rubelise da Cunha, 2001 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

208. Oral Participation Strategies in the Foreign Languages Classroom: An Ethnographic Account

Fabiana de Fátima Cipriani, 2001 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

209. The Use of the Mother Tongue in EFL Classrooms of the Great Florianópolis (SC) Region: A Study of State School Teachers’ Perceptions

Maria Aparecida Rita Moreira, 2001 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

210. Limitations and Possibilities of Machine Translation: A Case Study

Acácia Rosar, 2001 (Prof. Marco Antônio Esteves da Rocha)

 

211. (In)Humanising Language Classrooms: A Pathway to (De)Motivation

Danielle Barbosa Lins de Almeida, 2001 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

212. Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman: Politics, Social Conscience, and the American Dream

Valdemar dos Passos Apolinário, 2001 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

213. Computer-Assisted Error Analysis: A Study of Prepositional Errors in the Brazilian Subcomponent of the the International Corpus of Learner English (Br-ICLE)

Leonardo Juliano Recski, 2002 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

214. Us vs Them: A Critical Analysis of Superman – Peace on Earth

Francisco Osvanilsom Dourado Veloso, 2002 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

215. Investigating the Teaching and Learning Experiences of EFL Teachers in the Education Programme PECPISC: An Analysis on Teachers’ Principles of Practice

Terezinha Marcondes Diniz Biazi, 2002 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

216. The Construction of Identity in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple and Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God

Janice Inês Nodari, 2002 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

217. Power in Religious Discourse: A Discourse Analysis of Sermons from the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God

Andréia Cristina Cipriani, 2002 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

218. Brazilian College Students’ Attitude towards Academic Written English

Luciana Conceição Klein, 2002 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

219. The Traffic of English Words in the Brazilian Translation Context both in Specialised and more General Publications: A Case Study

Sinara de Oliveira Branco, 2002 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

220. From Frankenstein to Matrix: Cultural Perceptions of Cyborgs

Sandra Regina Schatz, 2002 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

221. Screening Thrills – Time and Space in the Construction of Suspense in Alfred Hitchcock’s Film Adaptations Rear Window and The Birds

Alessandra Soares Brandão, 2002 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

222. EFL Reading Teacher’s Procedures in Florianópolis Public Schools: A Case Study

Daniela Gomes de Araújo Nóbrega, 2002 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

223. A Critical Discourse Analysis of Police Offense Incident Reports

Gilberto Lopes Teixeira, 2002 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

224. Blissful Violence – Ambiguity in Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange

Ariadne Costa da Mata, 2002 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

225. The Tropic Perception of Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye

Alexandre Cohn da Silveira, 2002 (Prof. Dilvo Ristoff)

 

226. Thematic Structure in Brazilian Portuguese Abstracts in English Translation: The Issue of Textual Competence

Lucila Augusta Campesatto, 2002 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

227. Manifestations of Otherness in Performance: A Brazilian Othello

Ricardo Moura Buchweitz, 2002 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

228. Evaluation in Customer Reviews: A Linguistic Investigation on Appraisal Resources

Érika Iório, 2002 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

229. The Production of English Initial /s/ Clusters by Portuguese and Spanish EFL Speakers

Andréia Schurt Rauber, 2002 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

230. ‘Exterminate All the Brutes’: Colonialism and Racism in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness

Eduardo Marks de Marques, 2002 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

231. Grammar and Grammar Teaching: A Qualitative Study of EFL Teachers’ Beliefs and Behaviors

Márcia Regina de Pawlas Carazzai, 2002 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

232. Investigating Strategic Reading Instruction from a Sociocultural Perspective in Two Brazilian ESP Classrooms

Didiê Ana Ceni Denardi, 2002 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

233. Grammar and Interaction in the EFL Classroom: A Sociocultural Study

Joara Martins Bergsleithner, 2002 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

234. An EFL Teacher’s Narratives of Personal Experience in the Construction of Professional Identity: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Antônio Eckel, 2002 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

235. General Intentions, Literal Meanings: The Figure in the Carpet, James, Tate, and I, The Reader

Eric Thomas Fortier, 2003 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

236. The Role of Cognates in Reading Comprehension: A Cognitive Perspective

Vilmar Ferreira de Souza, 2003 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

237. (Mis)Recognition and Changing Roles – A Lacanian Reading of Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw

Sandra Mina Takakura, 2003 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

238. Brazilian Learners’ Production of Initial /s/ Clusters: Phonological Structure and Environment

Deunézio Cornelian Júnior, 2003 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

239. Weird Fiction and the Unholy Glee of H.P. Lovecraft

Kézia L’Engle de Figueiredo Heye, 2003 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

240. The Representation of the Brazilian Rainforest in Recent Mainstream Films: An Analysis of Medicine Man and At Play in the Fields of the Lord

Luciane Ceolato Parracho, 2003 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

241. ‘Mortals, Hear the Sacred Cry!’ National Anthems as a Promotional Discourse of Patriotism

Anderson Alves de Souza, 2003 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

242. An Analysis of Texts and Tasks in ESAP Textbooks for Computing

Letícia Zimer Rebelo, 2003 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

243. ‘There Would this Monster Make a Man’: Teratology in Rendition of Caliban in the RSC Production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Ramayana Lira de Souza, 2003 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

244. Emersonian Philosophy in John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath

Tomasz Krzysztof Przytula, 2003 (Prof. Dilvo I. Ristoff)

 

245. Working Memory Capacity and the Retention of L2 Vocabulary

Daniela Malheiros Mendonça, 2003 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

246. “Space Doubt: The Progression of Spaces from Metropolis to the Matrix

Joseph Mark Rega, 2003 (Profª Anelise Reich Courseuil)

 

247. ‘Is This the Promis’d End?’ Reinventing King Lear for a Brazilian Audience

Marina Beatriz Borgmann da Cunha, 2003 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

248. Investigating the Effectiveness of Two Approaches to EST Vocabulary: An Exploratory Study

Célia Dias da Silva Bell, 2003 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

249. Constructing the Teaching Process from Inside Out: How Preservice Teaching Make Sense of their Perceptions of the Teaching of the 4 Skills

Marimar da Silva, 2003 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

250. Towards Humanity: Narrator-Character Relationship in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and A Clockwork Orange

Charles Albuquerque Ponte, 2003 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

251. FI Readings Strategies for Metaphor and Word Game Interpretation in a Non-Specialized Magazine: A Case Study

Valéria de Souza Barreira, 2003 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

252. Understanding Text-Image Relationships in Newsweek Cover Stories: A Study of Multimodal Meaning-Making

Sidnéia Nunes Ferreira, 2003 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

253. The Role of Literature in Brazilian High School Contexts

Marion Gottschalk, 2003 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

254. Language, History and Heart of Darkness

Nicholas Snow Simonds, 2004 (Prof. Sérgio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

255. Going Deep into the Right Direction: An Analysis of Figurative Language Comprehension in Right Hemisphere Damaged Individuals

Tatiana Wippel Raimundo, 2004 (Profª Lêda M. Braga Tomitch)

 

256. Investigating the Effects of Modified Input and Pushed Output on the Comprehension and Acquisition of L2 Vocabulary.

Angélica Del Valle, 2004 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

257. The Perception and Production of English Compound Stress Patterns of Brazilian Learners of English

Luiz Armando Silveiro Sozinho, 2004 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

258. Professional vs. Novice Translators: A Study of Effort and Experience in Translation

Péricles de Souza Pinto, 2004 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

259. Returning to Zamunda to find Paradise: Eddie Murphy’s Coming to America and the Politics of Parody in Film

Cláudia Ramos Neves, 2004 (Prof. José Soares Gatti)

 

260. Film and Television Adaptation: A Comparative Analyses of A Streetcar Named Desire adaptations for Cinema and Television

José Carlos Felix, 2004 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

261. Meshes of the Afternoon: The Possibility of Poetic Cinema in Maya Deren’s Film

Rafaela Nascimento de Moraes, 2004 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

262. A Matter of Style: Looking at L2 Teachers’ Teaching Styles from the Perception of Learning Styles

Maria da Glória Guará Tavares, 2004 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

263. Test Usefulness in the EFL Extension Program at Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC): An Analyses

Jorge Humberto Schadrack, 2004 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

264. Communication Strategies and L2 Speech Production

Gicele Vergine Vieira Prebianca, 2004 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

265. Investigating the Effects of Language Learning Strategies Teaching on the Learning Process of EFL Students with Learning Difficulties

Leonice Passarella dos Reis, 2004 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

266. Analysing Code Switching in the EFL Classroom from Qualitative and Sociocultural Perspectives

Saionara Greggio, 2004 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

267. The VOT Dimension: A Bi-Directional Experiment with English and Brazilian-Portuguese Stops

Gustavo Vargas Cohen, 2004 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

268. Implementation of Reading Tasks in an EFL Classroom: A Study of Teacher and Text Relations

Ana Paula Trevisani, 2004 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

269. Effects of Task Familiarity on L2 Speech Production

Maria da Conceição Klober da Silveira, 2004 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

270. The Perception and Production of English Syllable-Final Nasals by Brazilian Learners

Denise Cristina Kluge, 2004 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

271. Continuing Education: Some of the Main Concerns of the Teachers Participation in the PECPISC Programme

Carla Valle Rego de Sousa, 2004 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

272. L2 Learners’ Oral Performance on Integrated and Independent Tasks

Fabiana Boos Vásquez, 2004 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

273. Teachers’ Use of and Beliefs on Ludic Language in the Foreign Language Class

Kyria Rebeca Finardi, 2004 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

274. The Serious Matter of Language Play in Two EFL Classrooms

Graziela Maróstica Callegaro, 2004 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

275. The Fog Era: A Jungian and Post-Jungian Interpretation of Dracula and its filmic version Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Ana Cristina Alves da Silva, 2005 (Prof. Antonio João Teixeira)

 

276. What Have They Done to Lolita? The Transposition of Irony from Nabokov’s to Stanley Kubrick’s and Adrian Lyne’s Film Versions

Dolores Aronovich Aguero, 2005 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

277. The Use and Abuse of Subtitling as a Practice of Cultural Representation: Cidade de Deus and Boyz’n the Hood

Elaine Espindola, 2005 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

278. The Various of a Message: An Analysis of the Thematic Structure in Bridget Jone’s Diary in the Light of the Systemic Functional Grammar, Corpus Linguistics and Translation Studies Interface.

Viviane Paquilin, 2005 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

279. Women in Business Contexts Represented in the Magazines Secretaria Executiva and Mulher Executiva: A Lexicogrammatical and Visual Analysis

Maura Bernardon, 2005 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

280. A Teacher’s Discourse in EFL Classes for Very Young Learners: Investigating Mood Choices and Register

Raquel Cristina M. de Carvalho, 2005 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

281. Paralyses Revisited in the Light of Social, Political and Religious Aspects in James Joyce’s “The Dead”

Ana Lúcia T. Bittencout, 2005 (Profª Bernadete Limongi)

 

282. The English Patient: Nationalism and National Identity in Ondaatje’s Novel and Minghella’s film

Neide Garcia Pinheiro, 2005 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

283. An Investigation of the Types of Reading Tasks and Texts in EFL Textbooks and their Effect on Students’ Motivation

Lídia Stutz, 2005 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

284. Compliments and Responses to Compliments Produced by Brazilian Learners of English

Sanae Jomori Morisawa, 2005 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

285. An Analysis of Media Representations and Spoken Interactions in Battalions of the Brazilian Army

José Osvaldo Sampaio Bueno, 2005 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

286. Tradition and Dialogic Interactions between William Butler Yeat’s Poetry and Irish Pop Music

Mariese Ribas Stankiewicz, 2005 (Profª Maria Lúcia  Milléo Martins)

 

287. A Corpus-Based Approach to ESP: -Est Vocabulary in Information Technology

Sara Geane Kobelinski, 2005 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa Vasconcellos)

 

288. E. E Cummings: “A perhaps” Romantic, Modernist, Avant-Gardist

Juliana Cristina Salvadori, 2005 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

289. Representations of the Human Rights of Brazilian Women

Eduardo Gentile, 2005 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

290. A Discourse Analysis of Participants’ View in an English Language Teacher Development Course

Mônica Denise Godarth Tomazi, 2005 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

291. The Role of Teacher-Student Interaction in the Process of Reading Engagement of EFL Adolescent Students

Caroline de Araújo Pupo Hagemeyer, 2005 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

292. A Reading of Thoreau’s “Walking” as a Travel Narrative

Camila Alvares Pasquetti, 2005 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

293. The Narrator’s Performance in Wuthering Heights: The novel and the Film

Debora de Rocco, 2005 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

294. Listening the Academic Lectures: A Comparison of Two Groups of EFL Learners.

Célia Regina Viganó, 2005 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

295. Gabriela Cravo e Canela and its (re)Textualization in English

Eliza Mitiyo Morinaka, 2005 (Profª Maria Lúcia Vasconcellos)

 

296. The Effect of Instruction on Sandhi-Forms on L2 Listening Comprehension Tasks

Margareth Perucci, 2005 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

297. Elizabeth Bishop and 5 Brazilian Authors: Reflecting on the Lens

Guilherme de Oliveira Quandt, 2005 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

298. Quite from English into Portuguese: A Corpus-Based Translation Study

Ivete Pauluk, 2005 (Prof. Marco Antonio Esteves da Rocha)

 

299. Reading Song Lyrics: Co-construction of Metaphorical Expressions by EFL Learners

Gisele Luz Cardoso, 2005 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

300. Talking and Testing: Assessment of Letras EFL Students’ Oral Performance at UFSC

Juliane Massarollo, 2005 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

301. Production of Final Alveolar Stops in Brazilian Portuguese/English Interphonology

Melissa Bettoni-Techio, 2005 (Profª Rosana Denise Koerich)

 

302. A Qualitative Study of Speech and Gestures in the Vocabulary Explanations of One EFL Teacher

Miquéias Rodrigues, 2005 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

303. Investigating Language Play in Interaction: A Qualitative Study with Children as Foreign Language Learners

Heloísa Helena de Faria Tambosi, 2006 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

304. On the Road with a Beat Writer

Juliana Sartori, 2006 (Profª Eliana Ávila)

 

305. Fostering Metaphoric Competence in English as a Foreign Language Reading Class

Eloiza Romanini, 2006 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

306. Construing the Translator: A Meta-Reflection Grounded in Corpus-Based Translation Studies and Systemic Functional Linguistics

Gleimara Regina Ferreira Zúniga, 2006 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

307. Representations of Sherlock Holmes in Brazilian and English Recent Cultural Productions: An Analysis of Cultural and Historical Elements Associated with National Identity

Mateus da Rosa Pereira, 2006 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

308. Data-Driven Learning and Corpus-Based Approaches in Language Education- An Analysis of Conditional Sentences

Carla Fernanda Nolli, 2006 (Prof. Marco Antonio Esteves da Rocha)

 

309. The Perception and Production of English Interdental Fricatives by Brazilian EFL Learners

Mara Silva Reis, 2006 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

310. Two Different Looks at the Past: The Representations of History in The Mission and Black Robe

Maria Teresa Collares, 2006 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

311. A Teacher Becoming Researcher: Reframing Metaphorical Concepts of Reading Paradigms

Adriana Regina Baiocco Stanzioni, 2006 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

312. Acoustic Correlates of Word Stress in the Connected Speech of American English and Brazilian Portuguese Speakers

Thais Sada Ribeiro, 2006 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

313. The Impact of Strategy Instruction on L2 Learners’ Oral Performance: Investigating Metacognitive Learning Strategies

Lisiane Rossi, 2006 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

314. The Implications of Time Allocation and Test-Wiseness in a Test of Reading Comprehension in English

Marcos da Silva, 2006 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

315. Brazilian EFL Learners’ Production of Vowel Epenthesis on Words Ending in –ed

Fernanda Delatorre, 2006 (Profª Rosana Denise Koerich)

 

316. Experimenting with SFL as a Tool for CDA in a Secondary School Classroom Environment

Jair João Gonzaga, 2006 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

317. Pause Distribution and Working Memory Capacity in L2 Speech Production

Donesca Cristina Puntel Xhafaj, 2006 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

318. Investigating Student Teachers of a Letras Program: Their Beliefs and Expectations about Being English Teachers

Marici Schnetzler Truffi Barci, 2006 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

319. The Relationship between Perception and Production of Words Ending in –ed by Brazilian EFL Learners

Rudinei Aldini Frese, 2006 (Profª Rosana Denise Koerich)

 

320. Production of /I/ in the English Coda by EFL Learners An Acoustic-Articulatory Analysis

Jacir Paulo Baratieri, 2006 (Profª Rosana Denise Koerich)

 

321. Benefactive Microscenes in the Context of News Reports

Mara Simone Bonfanti, 2006 (Prof. Apóstolo Theodoro Nicolacópulos)

 

322. Translation Completeness: A Corpus-Based Approach

Camila de Andrade Tucunduva, 2007 (Prof. Marco Antonio Esteves da Rocha)

 

323. Understanding Metaphors in Magazine Texts about Economy

Camila Araújo de Lucena, 2007 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

324. Treating Speaking in its Own Right: An Explanatory Study

Eduardo Henrique Diniz de Figueiredo, 2007 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

325. Sound and Language in Discourse: Relationships and Representations in the Film Mulholland Drive

Maiza de Lavenère Bastos, 2007 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

326. Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Speech at the Annual Labour Party Conference 2003: An Analysis of Exigence and Transitivity Choice Based on CDA and SFL

José Carlos Martins, 2007 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

327. Perception and Production of English Final-Stops by Young Brazilian EFL Students

Violeta Toledo Piza Arantes, 2007 (Profª Rosana Denise Koerich)

 

328. A Systemic Functional Approach to Experimental Meaning Construal in “Agony Aunt Columns”: A Case Study on Two Columns of Glamour Magazine

Laylla Donata Cardoso, 2007 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

329. The Role of Listeners’ Dialect in the Perception of Foreign-Accented Vowels

Ricardo Augusto Hoffmann Bion, 2007 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

330. One Name, Several (wo)men: Reflections on Virginia Woolf’s Orlando

Aline de Mello Sanfelice, 2007 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

331. Analysing Tarsila do Amaral’s Paintings from Social-Semiotic Perspective

Maria Isabel Tubino Grunschy, 2007 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

332. From Albania to Brazil: Ismail Kadaré’s Broken April and its Filmic Adaptation, Walter Salle’s Abril Despedaçado

Claudia Inês Piaia, 2007 (Profª Anelise  Reich Corseuil)

 

333. The Place of Instructional Conversation and Direct Instruction in Teacher Talk

Marly Vhoss Cardeal, 2007 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

334. The Use of the Target Language in Teacher Talk: Building Student’s Knowledge

Simone Regina Lenzi Rosembrock, 2007 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

335. Re-constructing a National Past: Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre Adaptation to Film

Rita de Cássia Eleutério de Moraes, 2007 (Prof. José Soares Gatti)

 

336. Communication Conflicts in Two Brazilian University Classrooms

Patrícia Argôlo Rosa, 2007 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

337. MST in the British and Brazilian Press: Metaphorical Reading in FL Classroom

Carla Aparecida Marinho Borba, 2007 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

338. Bloody Eroticism in Interview with the Vampire: From Literature to the Audiovisual Domain

Dante Luiz de Lima, 2007 (Prof. José Soares Gatti)

 

339. The Debate around Cidade de Deus: Political Emptiness of “Pastiche” or Paradox of “Complicitous Critique”?

Caroline Roberto, 2007 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

340. Experiental Microscenes and Semantic Movements in “Dear Abby”

Julissa Lainna Ribeiro Silva, 2007 (Prof. Apóstolo Nicolacópulos)

 

341. “My Father Languge is Portuguese”: Developing Plurilinguistic Awareness with 5 Graders

Giana Targanski Steffen, 2008 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

342. Sex and the City: An Investigation of Women’s Image in Carrie Bradshaw’s Discourse as Narrator.

Fabio Alexandre Silva Bezerra, 2008 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

343. Representations of Women in the Movies The Color Purple and Monster: Questions about Sexuality and Identity

Raphael Albuquerque de Boer, 2008 (Prof. José Soares Gatti)

 

344. Local Uses of Global Media: Activist Video from Florianópolis in the Centro de Mídia Independente Brasil Website

Daniel Egil Ferdinand Yencken, 2008 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

345. “Modern Monsters”, Old Habits: Relationship between Nature, Humans, and Technology in John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath

Renata Lucena Dalmaso, 2008 (Prof. Sergio Luiz Prado Bellei)

 

346. The Perception of English Word-Final /1/ by Brazilian Learners

Daniel Hight Moore, 2008 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

347. The Multifaced Janus: Multiculturalism in the Poetry of Cyril Dabydeen

Edegar França Júnior, 2008 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

348. From Local to Global: The Trajectory of Dionne Brand’s Political Engagement

Rogério Silvestre da Silva, 2008 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

349. In Search of the Ideal Teacher

Márcia Cristine Agustini, 2008 (Profª Adriana de Carvalho Dellagnelo)

 

350. The Effects of Role Play Tasks on EFL Learners’ Oral Fluency

Juliana Kumbartzki-Ferreira, 2008 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

351. EFL CD-ROMs: Mapping the Types of Language Activities in Digital Media

Gabriela de Almeida Lemes, 2008 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

352. Investigating EFL Teachers’ Discourse in an Orkut Community Forum: Text and Context

Maria Elizabete Villela Santiago, 2008 (Prof. José Luiz Meurer)

 

353. Black into White and Preto no Branco: Can You Tell One’s Colour by the Company One Keeps?

Alinne Balduino Pires Fernandes, 2009 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

354. The Use of ICT Tools in Undergraduate English Language Programmes: Beliefs of Professors and Students

Fernanda Ramos Machado, 2009 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

355. Class Plan, Practicum and Report: Investigating an EFL Trainee-Teacher’s Discursive Representation of the Teacher/Learning Process

Márcia Regina Gromoski, 2009 (Profª Adriana Kuerten Dellagnelo)

 

356. The Influence of Training and Instruction on the Production of Verbs Ending in –ed by Brazilian EFL Learners

Mariana Honorato Mariano, 2009 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

357. The Effects of Training and Instruction on the Perception of the English Interdental Fricatives by Brazilian EFL Learners

Nadia Karina Ruhmke Ramos, 2009 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

358. A Corpus-Based Investigation on Adverbs in Portuguese/English Journalistic Translations

Maria Augusta Salvia Vaz, 2009 (Prof. Marco Antonio Rocha)

 

359. Gender and the Politics of the Gaze in Brontë’s Wuthering Heights

Mariza Tulio, 2009 (Profª Claudia Junqueira de Lima Costa)

 

360. A Qualitative Analysis of a Continuing Foreign Language Teacher Education Program from the Perspective of Exploratory Practice

Katia Cristine Souza Bauer, 2009 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

361. Central Station and Issues of Identity in Film Form and Critical Debates

Melina Pereira Salvi, 2009 (Prof. Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

362. The Cowboy Comes Out of the Closet: Questions on Sexuality and National Identity in the Film Brokeback Mountain

Luciana Hioka, 2009 (Prof. Claudia Junqueira de Lima Costa)

 

363. “What We Desire is African”: Intertextuality of Negritude in Clarke’s and Trindade’s Poetry

Maristela Campos Alves dos Santos, 2009 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

364. The Construal of Bishop’s Ideational Profile in Flores Raras e Banalissimas and Rare and Commoplace Flowers: A Corpus–Based Translation Study

Thiago Blanch Pires, 2009 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

365. “More than just Friends”: A Discourse Analysis of a Woman and a Man Interacting on MSN

Nicole Ferreira Martins, 2009 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

366. Political Shadows: Two Brazilian Adaptations of William Shakespeare’s Richard III

Camila Paula Camilotti, 2010 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

367. L2 Grammar Acquisition and Use in L2 Speech Production

Ariene Cristina Della Libera dos Santos, 2010 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

368. Assessing Speech Production in English as a Foreign Language: An Analysis of International Proficiency Tests and Guidelines

Anna Belavina Kuerten, 2010 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

369. Photography in Shakespeare and Performance: A Pictorial Study of Cacá Rosset’s A Comédia dos Erros

Rosemeire Todão, 2010 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

370. Globalization from top and below: (Re) Framing (Brazilian) Margins in Two North-America Documentaries

Silvia Biehl, 2010 (Profª Anelise Reich Courseuil)

 

371. The Impact of Conjunctions on EFL University Students’ Comprehension and Summarization of Expository Texts

Claudia Marchese Winfield, 2010 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

372. Shakespeare, Television and Painting: Stylization in the BBC Anthony and Cleopatra and Cymbeline

Emiliano Daniel de Souza, 2010 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

373. How Lessons are Taught: A Case Study of a Linguistic Approach to Teacher’s Discourse

Kátia Eliane Muck, 2010 (Profª Adriana Kuerten Dellagnelo)

 

374. Tropical Ginsberg: The Resonance of Allen Ginsberg on the Tropicália

Matias Corbett Garcez, 2010 (Prof.ª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

375. Shakespearean Puppets: Dramatic and Human Bodies Manipulated

Aline Razzera Maciel, 2010 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

376. The Production of the English Interdental Fricatives by Brazilian Former and Future EFL Teachers

Juliane Regina Trevisol, 2010 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

377. The Portrayals of the Fathers and Daughters in Mary Michele’s Poetry

Andrea Cristina Natal Simões, 2010 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

378. Developing and Applying Different Criteria to Assess Brazilian EFL Textbooks

Patrícia dos Santos Oga, 2010 (Profª Raquel Carolina Souza D’Ely)

 

379. Citizens of Nowhere? Assymmetrical Displacements in Nadine Gordimer’s The Pick Up

Renata Mayumi Ogawa, 2010 (Profª Eliana de Souza Ávila)

 

380. Analizying Texts in EFL Reading Classes: A Qualitative Research with Undergraduate Material

Alice Reinke, 2010 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

381. Learning Difficulty, L2 Proficiency, and Implicit and Explicit Knowledge: A Replication Study

Josiane Basso Hining, 2010 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

382. University Student’s Perception of Their Reading Behavior in EFL

Fabiana Vanessa Achy de Almeida, 2010 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

383. Contemporary Theory of Metaphor: An Analysis of Lakoffian Echoes in Brazil

Paola Vanessa de Giacomo, 2010 (Profª Josalba Ramalho Vieira)

 

384. EFL Readers’ Text Comprehension: Assessing the Effectiveness of Illustrations

Rita de Cássia Sobreiro, 2010 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

385. Ideology and power relations in online newspapers

Jefferson Luiz Silva, 2010 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

386. Teachers’ expectations: an intercultural discursive investigation

Camila Quevedo Oppelt, 2010 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

387. Visual and Lexicogrammatical Analyses of Websites of Women’s Magazines

Caroline Chioquetta Lorenset, 2010 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

388. Counter Strike Calls to Play: A Multimodal Analysis of The Game Over

Cecilia Amanda Willi de Souza, 2010 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

389. Everything Is Gonna Lead to the Same Place: Dogme 95 and Gus Van Sant’s Death Trilogy

Claudia Santos Mayer, 2011 (Prof. José Soares Gatti)

 

390. Production of English and Portuguese Voiceless Stops by Brazilian EFL Speakers

Mariane Antero Alves, 2011 (Profª Barbara O. Baptista)

 

391. Subtitling Words or Omitting Worlds? Systemic Functional Linguistics Unveiling Meanings Translated out of the Subtitles of the TV Series Heroes

Rafael Matielo, 2011 (Profª Maria Lúcia Barbosa de Vasconcellos)

 

392. Teenagers’ Motivation in Second Language Acquisition: A case Study of Two Elementary Schools in the South of Brazil

Adriana Campbell Santos de Lacerda, 2011 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

393. Critical Reading in L2: Teachers’ and Students’ Perspectives

Ângela Maria Tremarin de Andrade, 2011 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

394. Effects of Bilingualism on Inhibitory Control and Working Memory: A Study with Early and Late Bilinguals

Rossana Kramer, 2011 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

395. Working memory capacity and attention to form and meaning in EFL reading

Cyntia Bailer, 2011 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

396.  EFL Students’ Tales of their Language Learning

Cleiton Constantino Oliveira, 2011 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

397. Representations of Brazil in the writings of P.K. Page

Susana Rita Chávez, 2011 (Profª Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

398. The Effect of Genre Expectation on EFL Brazilian Students’ Inference Generation and Reading Comprehension

Deise Caldart, 2012 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

399. Chico Mendes’s Case: an investigation into online newspapers

Martha Julia Martins de Souza, 2012 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

400. Historical Representation in the Age of Lost Innocence: A Study on Bernardo Bertolucci’s and Gilbert Adair’s Adaptations of The Holy Innocents

Marcia Tiemy Morita Kawamoto, 2012 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

401. Teacher’s Representations of the English Language in Santarém, Pará

Silvia Cristina Barros de Souza, 2012 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

402. “Aptly Fitted and Naturally Perform’d”: Dramatic Performativity and the Study of Humor in Patrícia Fagundes’s A Megera Domada

Marina Farias Martins, 2012 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

403. Eleven things that girls love: a systemic-functional and critical discourse analysis
of the representations of femininity in the comic book Turma da Mônica Jovem

Bruna Batista Abreu, 2012 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

404. Porcelain Madonnas and Fleshy Tramps: The Construction of Female Characters in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1920, 1930 and 1940 Films

Sarah de Sousa Silvestre, 2012 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

405. The Teaching and Learning of Reading at UERN Letras Course: The Use of Reading Strategies Concerning the Development of EFL Readers

Antonio Gomes Diniz, 2012 (Profª Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

406. English Undergraduate Students’ Representations about Culture in Foreign Language Classrooms
Renata Gomes Luis, 2012 (Profª Gloria Gil)

 

407. Crosslinguistic Influences in the Acquisition of English as a Third Language: An Investigation

Pâmela Freitas Pereira Toassi, 2012 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

408. A Critical Discourse Analysis of Barack Obama’s Campaign Speech in Berlin

Andreana Marchi, 2012 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

409. Oral Development in English as a Foreign Language: Perceptions of Distance Education Students on Resources and Activities

Marcelo Martins Kremer, 2012 (Prof. Celso Henrique S. Tumolo)

 

410. Falling for Lions: Transformations of the Vampire Character in Literature

Lívia Maria Pinto Paschoal, 2012 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

411. The Effects of Age and Proficiency on Verbal Morphological Processing in English as L1 and L2

Mariana Beatríz Perrino, 2012 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

412. The Effect of L2 Proficiency on the Declarative and Procedural Memory Systems of Bilinguals: A Psycholinguistic Study

Daniela Brito de Jesus, 2012 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

413. Frequency Effects and the Processing of Verbal Morphology by L1 and L2 speakers of English

Laura Mesquita Baltazar, 2012 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

414. The Role of the Globe Theatre in Shaping Shakespeare’s Tragedy of Julius Caesar

Alexander Martin Gross, 2012 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

415. Machiavellian Mechanism: Political Power struggle in Laurence Olivier’s Cinematographic Adaptation of Shakespeare’s Richard III

Fernando Antonio Bassetti Cestaro, 2012 (Prof. José Roberto O’Shea)

 

416. “What Does a Scanner See?” Philip K. Dick’s and Richard Linklater’s Take on Identity and Identity Crisis

Juliana Bittencourt Barber, 2012 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

417. Abre Los Ojos and Vanilla Sky: a verbal and visual analysis of two conversations between the main characters

Sheila Kath Gamberalli, 2012 (Profª Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

418. Phonological Context as a Trigger of Voicing Change: a study on the production of English /s/ and /z/ in word-final position by Brazilians

Mayara Tsuchida Zanfra, 2013 (Profª Rosane Silveira)

 

419. The Production of Word-initial /l/ by Brazilian Learners of English and the Issues of Comprehensibility and Intelligibility

Thaís Suzana Schadech, 2013 (Profª Rosane Silveira)

 

420. Reading in English as a Foregn Language: What Test Items Can Tell

Angela Cristina Battirola, 2013 (Prof. Celso Henrique S. Tumolo)

 

421. Subversive Blood Ties: Gothic Decadence in Three Characters from Murnau’s and Coppola’s Renderings of Bram Stoker’d Dracula

George Alexandre Ayres de Menezes Mousinho, 2013 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

422. From Dead until Dark to True Blood: A Comparative Analysis of the Narrative in the Novel and the Television Series

Fernanda Farias Friedrich, 2013 (Profª Susana Bornéo Funck)

 

423. Out of the Coffin: Queer Monsters and the Gothic Tradition in Allan Ball’s True Blood

Diogo Brüggemann, 2013 (Profª Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

424. Developing an Online Parallel Corpus for Translation Research and Pedagogy

Carlos Eduardo da Silva, 2013 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

425. Students’ Perceptions on the Use of Videos in Distance Education

Marinho Cristiel Bender, 2013 (Prof. Celso Henrique S. Tumolo)

 

426. Astonishing Comics: A Disability Studies Perspective on X-Men

Gislaine Aparecida Bahls, 2013 (Profª Eliana de Souza Ávila)

 

427. Breakdown and Recovery: Female Madness in Sylvia PLath’s The Bell and Susanna Kaysen’s Girl, Interrupted

Fernanda Moreira da Silva 28, 2013 (Profª. Susana Borneo Funck)

 

428. A Study of Teachers’ Perceptions on Cultural and intercultural Aspects in Public Schools in Blumenau

Karina Gebien, 2013 (Profª. Gloria Gil)

 

429. “Straddling East and West: The Orientalist Gaze Reversed in Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis

Thayse Madella, 2013 (Profª. Eliana de Souza Ávila)

 

430. “Stirring Up The Jamesons/Ahmad Debate: ‘National Allegory’ Through a Cultural Realist Perspective”

Juliana Mattos dos Santos, 2013 (Profª. Eliana de Souza Ávila)

 

431. My Body, My Self and My Reading of Corporeality in Margaret Atwood’s Fiction

Avital Grubstein de Cykman, 2014 (Profª. Susana Borneo Funck)

 

432. Hollywood Romantic Comedies: A Social Semiotic Analysis of the Leading Female Characters in IT Happened One Night and The Proposal

Litiane Barbosa Macedo, 2014 (Profª. Viviane Maria Heberle)

 

433. In Search of Speech Intelligibility: The Case of English High Front Vowels

Alison Roberto Gonçalves, 2014 (Profª. Rosane Silveira)

 

434. The Impact of Strategic Planning Instruction on Learner’s Accurate Oral Performance of English as a Foreign Language

André Luís Specht, 2014 (Profªa Raquel Carolina de Souza Ferraz D’Ely)

 

435. TASK-TEST: What Lies Beyond Implementing a Task-Based Assessment? Comparing Learner’s Performance and Unveiling Learner’s Perception in a Testing Situation

Priscila Fabiane Farias, 2014 (Profª. Raquel Carolina de Souza Ferraz D’Ely)

 

436. Roots and Routes Brazil and Elsewhere in the Poetry of Ricardo Sternberg

Arthus de Vasconcellos Mehanna, 2014 (Profª. Maria Lúcia Milleo Martins)

 

437. Analyzing Intercultural Aspects in the English Textbook “Keep in Mind”

Karla Romena Silva de Souza Peres, 2014 (Profª. Maria Ester Wollstein Moritz)

 

438. Mossop’s Revision Parameters as Analytical Categories in the Analysis of a Song of Ice and Fire in Brazil

Alissander Balemberg, 2014 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

439. Localization Practices in Trading Card Games: Magic The Gathering From English Into Portuguese

Meggie Rosar Fornazari, 2014 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

440. Shakespeare in The Tube: Thetricalizing Violence in BBC’s Titus Andronicus

Filipe dos Santos Ávila, 2014 (Prof. José Roberto Basto O’Shea)

 

441. “The Future, That Never-Ending Fallacy”: An Ecocritical Perspective on Milton Hatoum’s The Brothers

Davi Silva Gonçalves, 2014 (Profª. Eliana de Souza Ávila)

 

442. Language Learner Autonomy in a Distance Education Program: Perception of Students and Tutors Regarding the Four Skills Development

Nayara Nunes Salbego, 2014 (Prof. Celso Henrique Souffen Tumolo)

 

443. Goddess or Countertop Dancer: Mythological Female Figures in Margaret Atwood’s Morning in the Burned House

Ana Paula Raspini Vieira, 2014 (Profª. Susana Borneo Funck)

 

444. Effects of Noticing on the Oral Output in English as a Foreign Language

Viviani Catia Nogueira, 2014 (Profª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

445. Interculturality in Additional Language Teaching, Reality or Just Another Dream?

Mayara Volpato, 2014 (Profª. Gloria Gil)

 

446. Sewing and Quilting in Alice Walker’s The Color Purple and “Everyday Use”: Connection, Disconnection and Emancipation

Carla Denise Grüdtner, 2014 (Profª. Susana Borneo Funck)

 

447. A Loser Like Me: Identity and Agency in Ryan Murphy’s GLEE

Leonardo da Silva, 2014 (Profª. Eliana de Souza Ávila)

 

448. Na Action Research on How To Implement Intercultural Teaching Activities in English Language Classes

Sabrina Hillesheim, 2014 (Profª. Gloria Gil)

 

449. I’m A Decent Criola: Representation of Women in Afua Cooper’s and Alzira Rufino’s Poetry

Sérgio Luz e Souza, 2014 (Profª. Maria Lúcia Milléo Martins)

 

450. “It Is Engend’red”: Na Analysis of Folias d’Arte’s Production of Otelo

Janaína Miriam Rosa, 2015 (Prof, José Roberto Basto O’Shea)

 

451. Ekphrasis Through Otherness: The Transformation of Imagery in Derek Walcott’s White Egrets

Leandro Zago, 2015 (Profª. Magali Sperling Beck)

 

452. Cthulhu is Here: The Monster  as an Allegoy in Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s Cthullhu Mythos

Ricardo Heffel Farias, 2015 (Profª Magali Sperling Beck)

 

453. Interculturality in the Additional Language Classroom: Unveiling Narrated and Enacted Pedagogic Practices

Jeová Araújo Rosa Filho, 2015 (Profª. Gloria Gil)

 

454. “People Don’t Die Like in Rambo”: Representations of Violence in Band of Brothers

Ketlyn Mara Rosa, 2015 (Profª. ANelise Reich Corseuil)

 

455. The Purification  of Violence and the Translation of Fairy Tales: A Corpus-Based Study

Cybelle Saffa da Cunha Pereira Soares, 2015 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

456. Asymmetrical Relations in Audiovisual Translation in Brazil: A Corpus-Based Investigation of Fixed Expressions

Domingos Soares de Souza Neto, 2015 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

457. Cohesion and Coherence in Undergraduate Students’ Academic Writing

Andréia Veríssimo Agostini, 2015 (Profª. Lêda Maria Braga Tomitch)

 

458. Teachers’ and Students Teachers’ Reflections on Teaching English in a Globalized World

Gustavo Ribeiro de Carvalho Berredo, 2015 (Profª. Gloria Gil)

 

459. I’ll Tell You a Story That Will Make You Believe in Narratives: The Role of Metafiction in the Novel and the Film Life of Pi

Patrícia Bronislawski, 2015 (Profª. Anelise Reich Corseuil)

 

460. Subtitling of Collocational Patterns in Children’s Animated Movies: A Corpus-Based Study

Isadora Teixeira Moraes, 2015 (Prof. Lincoln Paulo Fernandes)

 

461. Investigating English Teaching in a Regular Public School in the West of Santa Catarina Through the Lenses of the National Curriculum Guidelines (PCN’s)

Alessandra Stuani, 2015 (Profª. Adriana de Carvalho Kuerten Dellagnelo)

 

462. Working Memory and L2 Vocabulary: A Study With Young Learners

Amarildo Lemes de Souza, 2015 (Prof.ª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

463. Beatin’ the Queer into the Boradsheets:A Semiotic Analysis of News Reports on Crimes Involving Queer Social Actors

Felipe Leandro de Jesus, 2015 (Prof.ª Débora de Carvalho Figueiredo)

 

464. The development and implementation of tasks to elderly learners of English as a foreign language: Taking a Bigger Picture into Consideration

Gisele Daiana Pereira, 2015 (Prof.ª Raquel Carolina Souza Ferraz D’Ely)

 

465. The role of typology and proficiency in L2 processing of Brazilian Portuguese and English verbal morphology: An eye-movement study

Luana Alves Bandeira, 2015 (Prof.ª Mailce Borges Mota)

 

466. “I AM OF IRELAND”: HISTORY AND POLITICS IN THE POETRY OF WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS

Leide Daiane de Almeida Oliveira, 2016 (Profª MARIA LUCIA MILLEO MARTINS)

 

467. WHAT ROLE DO TASKS PLAY IN AN EFL ENVIRONMENT? UNFOLDING 9th GRADE LEARNERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A CYCLE OF TASKS ON THE FIRST CHAPTER OF ‘HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE’

Joseline Caramelo Afonso, 2016 (Profª RAQUEL CAROLINA SOUZA FERRAZ DELY)

 

468. “THERE IS ALWAYS THE OTHER SIDE”: DISPLACEMENT AND RESISTANCE IN JEAN RHYS’S GOOD MORNING, MIDNIGHT AND WIDE SARGASSO SEA

Maria Eduarda Rodrigues da Fonseca, 2016 (Profª SUSANA BORNEO FUNCK)

 

469. “I DON’T SPEAK GIRL”: PORTRAYALS OF WOMEN IN GREY’S ANATOMY

Mariane Cechinel Gonçalves, 2016 (Profª SUSANA BORNEO FUNCK)

 

470. VOICES OF RESISTANCE: INTERSECTIONALITY AND AGENCY IN MAYA ANGELOU’S I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS

Dayane Evellin de Souza Francisco, 2016 (Profª SUSANA BORNEO FUNCK)

 

471. THE INFLUENCE OF READING WHILE LISTENING TO NARRATIVES ON COMPREHENSION, SPOKEN WORD RECOGNITION AND LEXICAL MEMORY OF EFL BRAZILIAN LEARNERS

Tayane de Paula Bastos Santos, 2016 (Profª ROBERTA PIRES DE OLIVEIRA)

 

472. WORKING MEMORY CAPACITY AND MENTAL TRANSLATION IN EFL READING COMPREHENSION

Davi Alves Oliveira, 2016 (Profª LEDA MARIA BRAGA TOMITCH)

 

473. TRACING TEACHER DEVELOPMENT: a case study of a novice English teacher

Paola Gabriella Biehl, 2016 (Profª ADRIANA DE CARVALHO KUERTEN DELLAGNELO)

 

474. THE PRODUCTION OF WORD-INITIAL /S/-CLUSTERS BY BRAZILIAN FUTURE EFL TEACHERS IN BAHIA: THE ROLES OF LINGUISTIC AND NON-LINGUISTIC VARIABLES

Marcos Antonio de Oliveira Santos, 2016 (Profª ROSANE SILVEIRA)

 

475. STRESS PLACEMENT AND SUFFIX VOWEL PRODUCTION IN ENGLISH POLYSYLLABIC WORDS BY BRAZILIAN LEARNERS

Roberto Rodrigues Bueno, 2016 (Profª ROSANE SILVEIRA)

 

476. DON’T MESS WITH A WITCH: POWER RELATIONS, GENDER AND SUBCULTURAL ISSUES ON WITCHES’ REPRESENTATION IN THE MEDIA.

Felipe Antonio de Souza, 2016 (Profª VIVIANE MARIA HEBERLE)

 

477. CONSTRUCTING MEANING FROM CARTOONS: THE EFFECTS OF EFL READING PROFICIENCY AND WORKING MEMORY CAPACITY ON THE PROCESSING OF VERBAL AND PICTORIAL INFORMATION

Sidnei Werner Woelfer, 2016 ( Profª LEDA MARIA BRAGA TOMITCH)

 

478. THE PROCESSING OF PHRASAL VERBS BY NONNATIVE AND NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH: AN EYE MOVEMENT STUDY

Danielle dos Santos Wisintainer, 2016 ( Profª MAILCE BORGES MOTA)

 

479. NO COUNTRY FOR OLD AUTEURS: THE NOTION OF THE AUTEUR REVISITED THROUGH THE CINEMA OF THE COEN BROTHERS

Matheus Batista Massias, 2016 (Prof. JOSE SOARES GATTI JUNIOR)

 

480. PRONUNCIATION TEACHING IS NOT A ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL ENDEAVOR: EFL TEACHERS’ BELIEFS AND CLASSROOM PRACTICES

Bruno Coriolano de Almeida Costa, 2016 ( Profª ROSANE SILVEIRA)

 

481. GENRE AND ENGLISH TEXT PRODUCTION IN L2 TEXTBOOKS: AN INVESTIGATION OF HIGH UP AND INTERCHANGE

Eduardo Medeiros Machado, 2016 (Profª MARIA ESTER WOLLSTEIN MORITZ)

 

482. DESIGN AND USE OF TEST IN THE EFL CLASSROOM: ITEM ANALYSIS FOR INFORMED DECISIONS

Daniel Goidanich Johnstone, 2016 (Prof. CELSO HENRIQUE SOUFEN TUMOLO)

 

483. THE PRODUCTION OF RHOTIC SOUNDS IN ONSET POSITION BY BEGINNER AND INTERMEDIATE BRAZILIAN LEARNERS

Soraia Morgan, 2016 (Profª ROSANE SILVEIRA)

 

484. Trans Health in Courts: (Mis)Gendering and Naming Practices in Appellate Decisions at Tribunal de Justiça de Santa Catarina

Pedro Gustavo Rieger, 2016 (Profª DEBORA DE CARVALHO FIGUEIREDO)

 

485. SHAKESPEARE MEETS ROCK: THE TEMPEST AND ITS TRANSMUTATION INTO AQUA, BY THE BRAZILIAN BAND ANGRA

Fábio Coura de Faria, 2016 (Profª ANELISE REICH CORSEUIL)

 

486. SUBVERSIVELY, DEAR WATSON: THE POLITICS OF GENDER REPRESENTATION OF DOCTOR WATSON FROM VICTORIAN LITERATURE TO POSTMODERN TELEVISION

Larissa Pena Ribeiro de Carvalho, 2016 (Profª ANELISE REICH CORSEUIL)

 

487. DOUBLE-VOICED MEDIEVALISM: CHARLES MACREADY’S RECONSTRUCTION OF SHAKESPEARE’S KING JOHN IN VICTORIAN LONDON

Fernanda Korovsky Moura, 2016 (Prof. JOSE ROBERTO BASTO O’SHEA)

 

488. A MULTIMODAL ANALYSIS OF LOVE/DATING TEXTS OF TWO TEENAGE GIRLS’ MAGAZINES WEBSITES: TODATEEN AND SEVENTEEN

Maria Gabriela Soares da Silva Balen, 2016 (Profª VIVIANE MARIA HEBERLE)

 

489. ACTUALIZING CHE’S HISTORY: CHE GUEVARA’S ENDURING RELEVANCE THROUGH FILM

Olegario da Costa Maya Neto, 2017 ( Profª ANELISE REICH CORSEUIL)

 

490. “IS THIS LIFETIME SUPPOSED TO BE ONLY ABOUT DUTY?” FEMALE IDENTITY IN ELIZABETH GILBERT’S EAT, PRAY, LOVE

Regiane Maria Lelinski, 2017 (Profª MAGALI SPERLING BECK)

 

491. FEMINIST COUNTERCULTURE AND RACE IN HETTIE JONES’ WRITING

Halessa Fabiane Regis, 2017 (Profª SUSANA BORNEO FUNCK)

 

492. The Poetic Language of Cinema – Representations of Water in Petra Costa’s Elena and Jeni Thornley’s To the Other Shore

Jesse dos Santos, 2017 (Prof. JOSE SOARES GATTI JUNIOR)

 

493. The perception of the english -s morpheme by Brazilian EFL learners

Carlos Felipe Mendes, 2017 (Profª ROSANE SILVEIRA)

 

494. “ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A GIRL…”: AN ANALYSIS OF BAD GIRLS IN FEMINIST REVISIONARY FAIRYTALES

Helena Patricia Hetkowski Hipolito, 2017 (Profª MARIA RITA DRUMOND VIANA)

 

495. IT BEARS REPEATING: the effects of immediate repetition on learners’ L2 performance in a poster carrousel task

Fabrício Mateus Ccelho, 2017 (Profª RAQUEL CAROLINA SOUZA FERRAZ DELY)

 

496. PROTESTING GENRES: SEMIOTIC REPRESENTATIONS OF 2015 BRAZILIAN DEMONSTRATIONS

Pedro Henrique Pereira, 2017 (Profª CARMEN ROSA CALDAS COULTHARD)

 

497. AN ‘AMERICAN’ POET?: NATION AND IDENTITY IN JAMES DOUGLAS MORRISON’S THE AMERICAN NIGHT (1991).

Yasmim Pereira Yonekura, 2017 (Profª MAGALI SPERLING BECK)