Atlantis-Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies

(The TQCC of Atlantis-Journal of the Spanish Association of Anglo-American Studies is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
A Multimodal Approach to Foster the Multiliteracies Pedagogy in the Teaching of EFL through Picturebooks: The Snow Lion9
Combining Multimodal Techniques to Approach the Study of Academic Lectures: A Methodological Reflection8
Louise Erdrich’s Future Home of the Living God: Uncertainty, Proleptic Mourning and Relationality in Native Dystopia7
Female Cycling and the Discourse of Moral Panic in Late Victorian Britain6
The Semantics and Syntax of Old English End Verbs6
Guilt, Greed and Remorse: Manifestations of the Anglo-Irish Other in J. S. Le Fanu’s “Madame Crowl’s Ghost” and “Green Tea”3
The Syntax of Thetic Statements in English3
The Horror of Loss: Reading Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook as a Trauma Narrative2
Facework and Prosocial Teasing in a Synchronous Video Communication Exchange2
Teaching L2 English Pronunciation: Research and Course Design2
What Is the Transnational Turn in American Literary Studies? A Critical Overview2
The Development of long in Early Modern English: Impersonal Verbs of Desire in Focus1
The Anthropocene, Cli-Fi and Food: Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam1
Mark-up and Annotation in the Corpus of Historical English Law Reports (CHELAR): Potential for Historical Genre Analysis1
T. S. Eliot in the Art of R. B. Kitaj: Anatomy of an Influence1
On the Analogical Suffixation of Paired Antonyms: The Case of English innie and outie1
Cohesion in the Narrative Writing of Young EFL Learners: Correct and Incorrect Use of Local Cohesive Ties1
Ectogenesis and Representations of Future Motherings in Helen Sedgwick’s The Growing Season1
Literary Primatology: Reading Primatology in Ape Fiction1
The Role of Internationalization and English as a Lingua Franca in English-Medium Instruction in Higher Education1
Pain and Narrative Shape: Beyond the Indocility of Trauma in Three Newfoundland Novels1
Populism and Precarity in Contemporary Indian Dystopian Fiction: Nayantara Sahgal’s When the Moon Shines by Day and Prayaag Akbar’s Leila1
Linguistic Complexity across Two Early Modern English Scientific Text Types1
The Ethics of Care in the No Fire Zone: Anuk Arudpragasam’s The Story of a Brief Marriage1
The Double-Headed Arrow of Trauma: The Morally Traumatised Perpetrator in Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow1
Emotional Rhetoric in Tea Advertising1