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muhammad abdelkareem badarneh
• Department of English for Applied Studies - Faculty Member

  • Ph.D. of English Language from Arizona State University, 2003
  • Msc. of Translation from Yarmouk University, 1996
  • Bsc. of English Language and Literature from Yarmouk University, 1992

    Publications
  • Muhammad A. Badarneh, "Exploring the use of rhetorical questions in editorial discourse: A case study of Arabic editorials," Text & Talk, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 639-659, 2009
  • Muhammad A. Badarneh, "Gender metaphors in Middle Eastern politics and the Arab receiver," Social Semiotics, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 293-310, 2009
  • Muhammad A. Badarneh, "The pragmatics of diminutives in colloquial Jordanian Arabic," Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 153-167, 2010
  • Muhammad A. Badarneh, "Divine will and its extensions: Communicative functions of maashaallah in colloquial Jordanian Arabic," Communication Monographs, vol. 77, no. 4, pp. 480-499, 2010
  • Muhammad A. Badarneh, "Carnivalesque politics: A Bakhtinian case study of contemporary Arab political humor," Humor: International Journal of Humor Research , vol. 24, no. 3, pp. 305-327, 2011
  • Fathi Migdadi Muhammad A. Badarneh Kawakib Momani , "Complaint and complaint responses in calls to a Jordanian radio phone-in program," Applied Linguistics , vol. 33, no. 3, pp. 321-341, 2012
  • Muhammad A. Badarneh, "Gender assignment of loanwords in Arabic with special reference to Jordanian Arabic," Grazer Linguistische Studien, vol. 67/68, no. -, pp. 57-77, 2007
  • "?Like a donkey carrying books?: Intertextuality and impoliteness in Arabic online reader responses", Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict
  • "Acts of positioning in online reader comments on Jordanian news websites", Language & Communication
  • "Car bumper stickers in Jordan as a site of carnivalesque transgression and degradation", Text & Talk
  • "Criticizing for the public interest and aligning with others: How Jordanians constructed their online criticisms of lockdown breaches during the COVID-19 pandemic", Pragmatics and Society
  • "Discourses of defense: Self and other positioning in public responses to accusations of corruption in Jordan", Discourse Studies
  • "Invoking divine blessing: The pragmatics of the congratulation speech act in university graduation notebooks in Jordan", Pragmatics
  • "Performing acts of impoliteness through code-switching to English in colloquial Jordanian Arabic interactions", Pragmatics and Society
  • Head of Department, Department of English for Applied Studies, Sep 2020 - Sep 2021
  • Head of Department, Department of English for Applied Studies, Sep 2019 - Sep 2020
  • Deputy Head of Department, Department of English for Applied Studies, Sep 2011 - Sep 2012
  • Faculty Member, Department of English for Applied Studies, Feb 2005 - Present
  • Full-time Lecturer, Department of English for Applied Studies, Jan 2004 - Feb 2005
  • ADVANCED GRAMMAR AND SPECIAL USAGE
  • ADVANCED READING
  • ADVANCED TOPICS IN LINGUISTICS.
  • APPLIED LINGUISTICS
  • AURAL- ORAL SKILLS (1)
  • COMPREHENSIVE EXAM
  • CONTRASTIVE LINGUISTICS
  • ENGLISH (REMEDIAL)
  • ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • ENGLISH FOR COMMERCE AND ACCOUNTANCY
  • ENGLISH FOR HOTELS
  • ENGLISH FOR MASS MEDIA
  • ENGLISH FOR TOURISM & AERONAUTICS
  • ENGLISH GRAMMAR
  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE (1)
  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE (3)
  • ENGLISH REMEDIAL
  • ESP THEORIES
  • FIELD WORK IN ESP
  • METHODS OF TEACHING FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
  • PRAGMATICS
  • READING COMPREHENSION
  • RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
  • SEMANTICS AND PRAGMATIC.
  • SEMINAR
  • SEMIOTICS
  • STYLISTICS
  • VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT
  • WRITING (1)
  • WRITING(2)