Has been working at Linnaeus University (formerly Växjö University) since the spring of 1999; teaches English linguistics: grammar, sociolinguistics, computer-mediated discourse analysis, semantics and pragmatics, e-communication and translation theory at undergraduate and advanced levels, as well as scientific writing for PhD students. She also supervises BA and MA theses in English linguistics and English language didactics. In addition, she is associate supervisor for a PhD student and text consultant at Linnaeus University’s Writing Lab for PhD students writing in English. Previous experience consists of language studies abroad and in Sweden, as well as employment as an upper secondary school teacher abroad and as a professional translator abroad and in Sweden. Current research interests focus primarily on pragmatics and computer-mediated discourse analysis. Her doctoral dissertation Face in cyberspace: Facework, (im)politeness and conflict in English discussion groups (2005) unveils the discourse and conflict management strategies employed in online multiparty interaction.
Article in journal (Refereed)
- Maricic, I., Pecorari, D., Hommerberg, C. (2017). Weighing English in the balance : University teachers' perspectives on teaching through a second language. ASLAs skriftserie. 78-86.
Conference paper (Other academic)
- Maricic, I., Pecorari, D., Hommerberg, C. (2016). Golden opportunity, necessary evil or sword of Damocles? : What teachers say about English-medium instruction. ASLA-symposiet 2016 : Språk och norm.
- Maricic, I., Pecorari, D., Hommerberg, C. (2015). Supporting language learning in the English-medium university classroom : Teacher attitudes, beliefs and practices. 2015 joint conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) and L'Association Canadienne de Linguistique Appliquée/Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (ACLA/CAAL), Toronto, Canada.
- Maricic, I., Pecorari, D. (2013). Mind the gap! : highlighting novelty in conference abstracts. .
Chapter in book (Other academic)
Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
- Maricic, I. (2005). Face in cyberspace : Facework, (im)politeness and conflict in English discussion groups. Doctoral Thesis. Växjö, Växjö University Press. 241.
Report (Other academic)
- Rieloff, M., Maricic, I., Gunnarsson, I. (2015). Forskarstuderandes behov : Språkstöd/språkgranskning, publiceringsstrategier,informationssökning och referenshantering. Linnéuniversitetet. 24.
- Maricic, I. (1999). Politeness strategies in computer-mediated communication : A study of queries posted on the Linguist List.. Växjö universitet. 62.
Collection (editor) (Other academic)
- Virtanen, T., Maricic, I. (2000). Perspectives on Discourse : Proceedings from the 1998 and 1999 Discourse Symposia at Växjö University.. Växjö University Press. 143.
Article, book review (Other academic)
- Maricic, I. (2016). [ Review of ] Inductive or Deductive? The Impact of Method of Instruction on the Acquisition of Pragmatic Competence in EFL : Karen Glaser. Newcastle upon Tyne, England : Cambridge Scholars, 2014. TESOL quarterly (Print). John Wiley & Sons. 50. 528-530.
Conference paper (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
- Maricic, I. (2004). Facework in cyber-conflict : A pragmalinguistic study of an online discussion. Language, culture, rhetoric : cultural and rhetorical perspectives on communication : papers from the ASLA symposium in Örebro, 6-7 November 2003. 204-220.
- Maricic, I. (2001). Cyberpoliteness : Requesting strategies on the Linguist List. Pragmatics in 2000 : Selected papers from the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 2. 409-416.
Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
- Virtanen, T., Maricic, I. (2000). Queries on the Linguist List : A move-structure analysis of a computer-mediated genre.. Perspectives on Discourse. : Proceedings from the 1998 and 1999 Discourse Symposia at Växjö University.. Växjö University Press, Växjö. 123 143.