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  1. Őri Ádám, Great Britain and the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire at the Paris Peace Conference (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2. Őri Ádám, The English society’s mentality towards the Black Death (MA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2015, submitted)
  3. Őri Péter, Aspiration vs. voicing (MA English, Dr. Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  4. Őri Péter, The low-back vowel of American English (BA American, Nádasdy Ádám, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  5. Őszi Borbála, In praise of women - from Chaucer to Spenser (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  6. Abdelkader Mustapha Chakib, Investigating the relationship between foreign language anxiety, motivation and autonomy (MA English, Katalin Csizér, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  7. Abdullayeva Fidan, Yeats and Politics,: The Influence of the Easter Rising and the Civil War on Yeats’ Poetry (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, submitted)
  8. Abonyi Attila Gergely, The Legacy of Empire: Diego Garcia and the British (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  9. Abonyi Tímea Boglárka, Audiovisual Translation - translation strategies in Hungarian dubbing (MA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  10. Abonyi Tímea Boglárka, Procedures of translating the documents of the Council of the European Union: an exploratory study (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  11. Abou Ghaben Mohamed Faisal, The development of positive portrayal of queers in American films in the nineties and two thousands (BA American, Ryan James, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  12. Ábrahám Bence Károly, A review and analysis of the creation and usage of business English corpora (BA American, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  13. Ábrahám Nóra, Jean Rhys’ Vision of England: a place of trauma (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  14. Ábri Anett, Difficulties in language learning after the critical period (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  15. AbuTaleb Sara, The Representation of the Fallen Woman in Pre-Raphaelite Art (MA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2019, submitted)
  16. Ács Anna, Adjustment to New Cultural Environments from the Individual’s Point of View (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  17. Ács Ferenc, British-American Relations during World War II (MA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  18. Adácsi Melinda, Learning strategies of successful language learners: Teachability of language learning strategies (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  19. Ádámku Szabina, The Literary Representations of the New Woman of the 1920s: The Critical Voice of F. Scott Fitzgerald and His Contemporaries on Women’s Conduct and Attitude (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2015, submitted)
  20. Afkham Ebrahimi Shirin, Political Factor and the Representation of the Middle East in American Cinema (BA American, Ward, Stanley, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  21. Aghamohsenifashami Alireza, The Sound of a Dream: The Impacts of Music on Shaping of the American Dream (BA English, Ward Stanley, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  22. Agócs Tamás, Sound patterns of suffixes of French origin in English (MA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  23. Ágoston Anna, In a princedom by the sea: Poe allusions in Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  24. Akatlar Olus, Flames of Change: the continuing relevance of Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 (MA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  25. Akgül Merve, The strange and the ordinary in Alice Munro’s short stories (MA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  26. Akyüz Berfin, A New American Political Language and Culture:: How The Contemporary Egalitarianism Aim for Inclusion While Creating Further Divison (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  27. Aladi Imre, Second language vocabulary acquisition: Strategies for developing lexical breadth, depth and fluency (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  28. Alammari Ala Ali Mansour, Using mobile devices to support the language learning process of students in the classroom (BA English, Tartsayne Nemeth Nora, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  29. Alchukur Leila, Wh-movement in English and Arabic (BA English, Szécsényi, Krisztina, DELG, 2018, reviewed)
  30. Alemany-Garcia Natália Klára, Social Contracts in Pride and Prejudice (2005) (BA English, Remport Eglantina Ibolya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  31. Al Hamam Dina, Yeats Political Poems between 1916-1922 (MA English, Ferencz Gyözö, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  32. Alispahic Adrijan, The development of the bilingual mental lexicon: Word organization and its relation to the conceptual, semantic, and lexical systems (BA English, Edwards Melinda, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  33. Aliyeva Asmar, Political pastoral in Windsor–Forest by Alexander Pope (BA English, Zsolt Komáromy, DES, 2016, submitted)
  34. Almássy Noémi, British tabloids: the history and cultural relevance of a phenomenon (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  35. Alsayed Ahmad Duha, The Translatability of Jokes from Arabic into English (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  36. Altmann Vivien, Representation of the trauma of the Holocaust in American World War II movies (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  37. Amantayeva Madina, The representation of the American Dream in film adaptations of The Great Gatsby (BA English, Hargitai Marta, DES, 2020, submitted)
  38. Andics Vivien, Variations on the character of Sherlock Holmes in different adaptations (BA English, Maráczi Géza, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  39. Andók Regina, Absence: how monsters are born (MA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2020, submitted)
  40. Andók Regina, Familial relationships in Frankenstein (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  41. Andréka Zsuzsanna Gabriella, An evaluation of the Use of English part of the Hungarian advanced level English school leaving examination (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  42. Andréka Zsuzsanna Gabriella, What is language aptitude? Changes on the perspective of language aptitude over time (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  43. Andruska Enikő, Desert Flower: Waris Dirie and Cathleen Miller’s Autobiography and Exploration of the Effects of Culture on Living as a Woman (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  44. Angyal Zsófia, The effects of the colonization of America on the culture of Native Americans and on today’s society: Health care and education (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  45. Ángyán Judit, Understanding a different culture: The experience of an Erasmus student in Ireland (BA American, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  46. Aniot Laura, The Role of Radio Free Europe in the Hungarian Revolution of 1956: Responsibility in the United States (BA American, Stanley Ward, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  47. Annár Dóra, Digitized education: Using social media in language learning and teaching: Facebook in the language classroom (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  48. Antal Júlia, Twentieth Century English Opera through the Work of Benjamin Britten (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  49. Antal Zsófia, A semantic and pragmatic approach to the latest tendencies developed in the use of the Hungarian verbal prefix be- (MA English, Lázár A. Péter, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  50. Antonenko Anastasia, Translators’ experiences with the use of CAT tools (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  51. Aponyi András, Social Attitudes toward Southern American English (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  52. Aporfi Orsolya, Common problems of the integration of technology into the English language classroom in secondary school (BA American, Andrews, Mark, DEAL, 2011, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  53. Arany Zsófia, Gender differences in language learning motivation (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  54. Arató Máté, Chinese immigrants in the United Kingdom: History and acculturation of a cultural minority (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  55. Árki Milán, Proper Name Re-classification: When do proper names become common names? (MA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2014, submitted)
  56. Arsziri András, Autobiography in the short stories of Frank O’Connor (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  57. Artner Zsombor, A visual and linguistic semiotic approach to sports and family car advertisements (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  58. Árvay Réka, Surrealist Elements in the Films of David Lynch (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  59. Ásványi Gergely, Dimensions of multicultural competence in the English as a lingua franca context (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  60. Ásványi Gergely, Intercultural competence in the English as a lingua franca teaching context (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  61. Ayed Wijdene, The interrelationship between foreign language learning motivation and willingness to communicate: a quantitative investigation (MA English, katalin wein, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  62. Ayhan Keremcan, Representation of Muslim as a Debatable Term by American Visual Media Organs: A Thesis on Priming the Image of Muslim by American Visual Media Organs during the Post-September 11 Era (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2015, submitted)
  63. Bábel Dóra, U.S.-Mexican relations and the war on drugs (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2014, submitted)
  64. Babilai Dóra, The motif of captivity in women writer’s works: Female psychology limited by social conventions (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2016, submitted)
  65. Babus Benjámin Bence, The security and foreign policy lessons of the Vietnam War (BA English, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  66. Bacheyeva Meruyert, Female body image and social media (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  67. Baciu-Hajdú Anna-Katherine, Godgame in a metafictional context in John Fowles’ The Magus (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  68. Bacsi Dorottya Zsófia, Group dynamics, power relations and the establishment of dominance in Harold Pinter’s works (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  69. Bácskai Júlia, Playwright into Director: Baz Luhrmann’s Interpretation of Romeo and Juliet (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  70. Bagarus Ádám Renátó, There exists no one immaculate alphabetic phonetic transcription (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2019, reviewed)
  71. Bagladi Gábor, The Skinhead Phenomenon in Britain: Rude Boys or Racists? (BA English, Saltmarsh Philip, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  72. Bagó Gábor, The spaces of consciousness in Henry James’s The turn of the screw (BA American, Kállay Géza, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  73. Bagyina Eszter Adrienn, Role models for women in early 20th-century English novels: The evolution of the female character in The Well of Loneliness and Mrs. Dalloway (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  74. Bagyina Eszter Adrienn, The change and development of the male protagonist in the works of D. H. Lawrence: Masculine identities in The White Peacock, Women in Love and Lady Chatterley’s Lover (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  75. Bajnay Berta Katalin, The etymology of English musical terms of French origin (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  76. Bajnok Sára Emma, The Mayor of Casterbridge: The changing relationship of Henchard and Farfrae in the light of the biblical allusions in The Mayor of Casterbridge (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  77. Bajusz Annamária, The grammaticality of Texting (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  78. Bajusznács Bence, Far From a Slam Dunk: An Analysis of the Alarming State of American Collegiate Basketball (BA American, Hoversen, William, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  79. Bakarzhyieva Iryna, Academic discourse in English and Spanish research articles: A comparative analysis of the introductions of English and Spanish research articles in applied linguistics (MA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2019, reviewed)
  80. Bakk Henrietta, Manipulating lovers: Rosalind in Shakespeare’s As You Like It (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2020, submitted)
  81. Bakk Richárd, The social consequences of the Mexican-American War (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  82. Bakó Ádám, English as a lingua franca in business contexts (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  83. Bakó Réka, Authorship attribution - idiolect and linguistic fingerprint analysis (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  84. Bakos Anikó, Modern technology in language learning: How the latest technologies are helping the efficiency of language learning (BA American, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  85. Bakos Anna Zsófia, The Miserable Existence of Molloy and Moran (BA English, Remport Eglantina Ibolya, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  86. Bakos Gábor, The role of national heroes in the Australians’ search for identity, with special attention to Ned Kelly’s role (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  87. Bakos Márk, Culture or diversity: myth or reality: Why Martin Luther King succeeded where Malcolm X failed (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  88. Bakos Márk, Motivational level and language use success variations in relation to the various selves of the speaker:: A quantitative examination of the relationship between discrepancies of the various selves of second language students at secondary schools in light of their second motivation and achievement (MA English, Wein Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  89. Bakos Panna, Cross-cultural transitions: Hungarians coping with culture shock in Great Britain (BA English, Uwe Pohl, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  90. Bak Zsuzsanna, Women behind masks: Phallic and double mask-theory in Aphra Behn’s The Rover (MA Eng teacher, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  91. Balangó Nóra, Orwell and Burgess: two dystopian novels (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2016, submitted)
  92. Balaton András, American political metaphors: Rhetoric of social programs for African-American communities (MA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  93. Balaton András, An experimental study of the differences between British and American English (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  94. Balatoni Ádám, James Bond: Images of men and women in the Connery and Craig eras (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  95. Balázs Júlia, An American self-made man at the turn of the 20th century: The role of protestantism in John D. Rockefeller’s career (BA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  96. Balázs Kitti, The external and internal characteristics of literature: Comparison of William Wordsworth’s poem ’I wandered lonely as a cloud’ and Dorothy Wordsworth’s diary entry of 15th April, 1802 (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  97. Balázs Marietta, The media coverage of the Obama-Putin conflict (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2015, submitted)
  98. Balázs Tamás, Personality disorders in Virginia Woolf’s works (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  99. Bálint Helga, Compounds in English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  100. Bálintová Barbora, Artistic Afterlife - Trauma and Healing in Contemporary Artworks of the Stolen Generations (MA English, Cecilia Gall, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  101. Bálintová Barbora, Demons of the Mind - Mentally Ill Characters in Victorian Gothic Literature (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  102. Balku Laura Bernadett, Aspects of teaching Business English to EFL students (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  103. Balla Bianka, The Motif of Time Travel in Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five: Escaping Reality (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  104. Balla Kinga, Defiance of traditional female scripts and stereotypes in the plays of April de Angelis (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  105. Balogh Borbála Anna, The violent protagonist: from Macbeth to American cinema (BA American, Pikli Natália, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  106. Balogh Erika, Tendencies in the translation of English movie titles into Hungarian (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  107. Balogh Gergely, Demythologization business’: Reversed identities in Angela Carter’s short stories (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  108. Balogh Krisztina, Huxley’s Island: Counter-point and Synthesis (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  109. Balogh Patrícia, The Institutional Development of Veterans Affairs in the United States: The G.I. Bill of Rights (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  110. Balogh Roland József, Social networks and language use (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  111. Balogh Szonja, The Dark Underbelly of the Magical World: Various Forms of Racism in Harry Potter (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  112. Balogh Tímea, Female archetypes in arthurian literature: a comparison of Tennyson and his sources (BA English, Suff, Matthew, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  113. Bana Krisztina, Sherlock Holmes through the eyes of John Watson: Narratives of Sherlock Holmes stories and their adaptation on screen (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  114. Banaye-Ádámkó Zsuzsanna, The problems of identity in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  115. Bándi Gábor, English learning motivation of disadvantaged gipsy secondary school students (BA American, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  116. Bánfai Dávid László, British Tank-warfare and its development before the Second World War (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2015, submitted)
  117. Bánhidi Dóra, Writer of the 21st Century - David Mitchell’s Narrative World (MA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  118. Bank Martina, The reception of George Faludy in Canada (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  119. Bán Zsanett, Feminist and Anti-feminist Elements in D. H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  120. Bán Zsófia Klára, The Representation of Blackness in Three American Short Stories: Stephen Crane’s “The Monster” (1899), James Baldwin’s “Going to Meet the Man” (1965), and Toni Morrison’s “Recitatif” (1983) (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  121. Baqais Dávid, The feminine, the feminist and the female in Sylvia Plath’s bee poems (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  122. Barabás Zoltán László, The Role of Violence in Quentin Tarantino’s Oeuvre (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  123. Barabás Zsófia, Aspects of the supernatural in Wuthering Heights: Religion and superstition (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  124. Baranyai Anna Borbála, Attitudes to Australian Multiculturalism from the 1970s until the Present (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  125. Baranyi Zsófia, The representation of female roles in utopian and dystopian novels: Reflections on Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  126. Baráth István, The post-apocalyptic tradition: Cormac McCarthy’s The Road and its genre (BA American, Farkas Ákos, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  127. Baráth Szilvia Szeréna, The Stream of Consciousness Technique in Modernist English Fiction: Virginia Woolf’s Own Stream of Consciousness Technique (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, submitted)
  128. Barbarics Márta, Reading and misreading in Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: Honey and Nick’s reading and misreading of Martha and George’s games (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  129. Barcag Gizem, The Stolen Generation and Its Psychological Effects (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DES, 2015, submitted)
  130. Barczikay Lilla Tamara, New dimensions in Eliza Haywood’s Fantomina: Early feminism in the diguise of the conduct (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  131. Bárdi Dorottya, Love and marriage in Wuthering Heights (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  132. Bárdos Alexandra Nikolett, Multimodal Analysis of Sports Advertisements (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  133. Bárdos Andrea, The impossible love of Catherine and Heathcliff (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2020, submitted)
  134. Bartalová Dóra, Sexual objectification and demonization in female centered blaxploitation films (BA English, Federmayer Éva, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  135. Bartha Henrietta, The Scandinavian instruction model as a possible guide for the teaching of languages in Hungary (BA English, Illés Éva Margit, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  136. Bartos Judit, The place of the Aborigines in the Australian society (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  137. Bartos Krisztina, Idea of a New Principle of Construction: the Theme of Inspection in the Works of Bentham, Orwell, and Weir (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  138. Bartus Réka, Second language acquisition above the age of 50 (BA English, Buchan, Hamish, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  139. Baski Márta, Linguistic relativity and artificial languages: Newspeak and political correctness (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2016, reviewed)
  140. Bata Ádám, The American frontier narrative in Joss Whedon’s television series Firefly (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  141. Bathó Bettina Daniella, The effect of the Internet on advertising (BA English, Révész Judit, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  142. Bathó Fruzsina, The Effects of the American Student Loan Crisis (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  143. Bátki Csilla, Race and representation of African-Americans in American culture in the visual media: television (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  144. Batmunkh Temulun, The satirical pamphlets of Jonathan Swift (BA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  145. Beck Nikolett, English as a lingua franca in the communication of non-native students (BA English, Trebits Anna, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  146. Bedő Anikó, The influence of the Beat generation on the counterculture of the late 1960s (BA English, Leavey James, DELP, 2016, reviewed)
  147. Bede Lili, Love and art in Shakespeare’s sonnets (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  148. Begezi Andrea, The Black Cat’: a comparative analysis of Poe’s short story and Neil Gaiman’s Coraline (MA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  149. Beke Ádám, Perception of time in Philip Larkin’s poetry (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  150. Beke Ádám, Traditional song in Irish poetry (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  151. Békési Lotti Kata, The Changed Context of the Use of BELF (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  152. Beke Zsolt, The sacred and the profane in Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  153. Bekker Márton, Shame: A migrant’s moral development (BA American, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  154. Belány Krisztina, The role of visuals in English language teaching (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  155. Beleznai Eszter, An Independent Woman in the Victorian Era - Introduced through Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre (BA English, Dr. Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  156. Belházi Boglárka, Gothic features in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre (BA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  157. Bella Gergely András, Philhellenism in British history (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  158. Belya Rebeka, Second Language Learning Motivation in Different Educational Contexts (BA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  159. Bencze Balázs Dániel, Linguistic characteristics influencing the effectiveness of advertising (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  160. Benczi Melinda, Heart of - the colourful - Darkness by Joseph Conrad (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  161. Bencsik Eszter Tímea, The impact of climate change on the United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  162. Benedek Dorottya, The Emergence of the Realistic Child: A Comparison of Jacqueline Wilson’s The Illustrated Mum (1999) and Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden (1911) (MA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2016, submitted)
  163. Benedek Dorottya, There will be nonsense in it!’: Alice Facing Wonderland and Looking-Glass Country (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  164. Bene Ramóna Judit, Reforming second language teaching in higher education with the help of digital games (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  165. Benkő Ágnes, /r/ and pre-/r/ vowels in some English accents (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  166. Benkő Ágnes, The role of markedness in phonological theory (MA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  167. Benkő Dalma Samuella, Metatheatrical elements in stoppardian films: Love and theatre in Shakespeare in Love (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  168. Benkő Dániel, Linguistic devices of targeting consumer consciousness: Attention seeking and persuasion in the language of advertisements (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  169. Benkő Dániel, The racially stereotyped representations of the African American male athlete in American sports media (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  170. Benkő Judit, Narrative techniques in Ann Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  171. Bérdi Lilla, US companies require major changes to succeed in China (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  172. Berecz Dalma Bettina, Issues in the Hungarian and Swedish translations of Harry Potter: Cultural and lexical differences (BA English, Illés Éva, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  173. Bereczki Ágota, Macbeth: Metaphysical Readings and the Question of Free Will and Power in Text and Performance (MA English, Kállay,Géza, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  174. Bereczki Nelli, The role of stress in English and Hungarian: the phenomenon of stress ’deafness’ (BA American, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  175. Berecz Petra, Machine and Man: Human Catastrophe in E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops (BA English, Szalay Krisztina Mária, DES, 2016, submitted)
  176. Beregi Nóra, Informal ways of autonomous English language development in the Hungarian context (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  177. Berényi Bálint, The influence of the United States on Mexico’s War on Drugs: The militarization of law enforcement on both sides of the border (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  178. Berényi Bernadett Márta, Oral examining: An investigation of method factors and individual characteristics in group testing (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  179. Béres Ferenc, Features of fluency at three different levels of English knowledge (MA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  180. Berger Csaba, How Web 2.0 should change language teaching and language learning (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  181. Berke Fruzsina, Inducing emotions using different languages: A contrastive analysis of English and Hungarian (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  182. Berke Fruzsina, The Romanticization of Violence in Wuthering Heights (BA American, Gárdos Bálint, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  183. Berki Beáta, Hungarian emigration - American immigration: Hungarian migration to the United States in the 21th century (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  184. Berki Beáta, The effects of Hungarian language on American English (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  185. Berki Nikolett, What kind of feedback on student writing is the most effective? (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  186. Berliner Éva, A critical analysis of political discourses (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  187. Bernáth Orsolya, Quenching the thirst: alcohol and the American writer: Dionysian intoxication in the novels of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  188. Berta Éva Anna, The natural and the supernatural in the poetry of John Keats (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2016, submitted)
  189. Bertalan Lilla, The portrayal of dictatorship in literature (BA American, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  190. Bertalan Réka, Culture shock experienced by Hungarians in an English environment (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  191. Bertók András, American presence in the First Indochina War between 1950 and 1954 (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  192. Bertók András, The changing American foreign policy paradigm after the Cold War (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  193. Bertók-Varga Erika, Teaching English vocabulary and spelling to dyslexic foreign language learners (BA English, Buchan, Hamish, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  194. Beznica Barbara, The Artificiality of Reality in George Orwell’s 1984 and Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451: Nature as the Embodiment of Freedom (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  195. Bezzeg Kata, Supernatural entities in the folklore of County Limerick (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2020, submitted)
  196. Biczók Bálint, Az ACD-jelenségek lehetséges megközelítései (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  197. Bihari Alexandra, The Legacy of E. H. Carr and his Twenty Years’ Crisis in International Relations (BA English, Lojkó, Miklós, DES, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  198. Bikkes Gábor, English for graffiti: A sociological and sociolinguistic overview of deviant artists (BA American, Katona László, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  199. Bíró Boglárka Fanni, Songs and Rhymes in Language Learning: English in the Kindergarten (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  200. Bíró Boglárka, The bilingual dilemma: Is being bilingual a benefit or a complicating factor? (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  201. Bíró Ilona Glória, AniInsight into the hippie culture of the late sixties through the life of Janis Joplin (BA English, Révész Judit, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  202. Bíró Mátyás, Disinterestedness: the dramatic art of Keats (BA English, Péter Ágnes, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  203. Bíró Nikolett, English native speakers’ language use and cultural identity in Budapest (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  204. Biró-Pentaller Anna, Music and sexuality in Ian McEwan’s Amsterdam (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  205. Biró Zoltán, American culture through the lens of a contemporary American photographer: The Terry Richardson phenomenon (MA American, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  206. Biró Zoltán, The influence of the internet on the English language (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  207. Biró Zsófia, The cultural aspects of testing oral communication skills (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  208. Bischof Tamás, Outsourcing the American space program: A case for an extended public-private partnership (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  209. Bizzer Sarolta Borbála, Social lies between cultures: The practice and perception of lying in English and Hungarian (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  210. Blazsán Dóra, Investigating English teachers’ burnout: A qualitative study (MA English, Wein Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  211. Blazsán Dóra, The serial publication of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2016, submitted)
  212. Bnana Muhned Zuhir, Looking into Donald Trump’s discourse analyses and its implications (BA English, Giavana Margo, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  213. Boda Tamás, The life and actions of Sir Walter Raleigh (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  214. Bódi Ágnes, Celtic Women: Lady Gregory’s Grania and J. M. Synge’s Deirdre of the Sorrows (BA English, Remport Eglantina Ibolya, DES, 2016, submitted)
  215. Bódiss Tímea, Cultural identity and national symbols in the United Kingdom: Wales (BA English, Leavey, James P., DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  216. Bodnár Attila, Linguistic landscape of central Budapest (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  217. Bodnár Viktória, Miscommunication between native and non-native speakers of English (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  218. Bodó Bence Levente, A contrastive analysis of the interpretations of William Blake’s The Mental Traveller (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  219. Bodó Bence Levente, Reading Blake into modernity with Edward Larrissy (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  220. Bodorová Noémi, Gender Tendencies Within Business Communication and Conversational Style Differences (BA English, Giavana Margo, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  221. Bodrogi Cinnia, Tolkien and death (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  222. Bodzsár Adrienn Tünde, Similarities and differences between the early works of James Joyce and Samuel Beckett: Comparison of The Dead and A Wet Night (BA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  223. Bogár Anna Gréta, The role and realisation of the chorus in William Shakespeare’s Henry V and its film adaptations (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2020, submitted)
  224. Boglyasovszky Nóra, The effect of World War II on George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  225. Bognár Brigitta Sarolta, The effect of songs on language learning (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  226. Bojti Zsolt, AN ALTERNATE STATE OF MIND: SEXUALITY AND ADDICTION IN LATE VICTORIAN ENGLAND AND FICTION (MA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2015, submitted)
  227. Bojti Zsolt, Destiny and death in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray and Salome (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  228. Bóková Anita, Icons of American popular culture in the post-war era: The definition of stardom then and now (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  229. Bokros Rita Noémi, The paradox of women’s rights in Canada in the 1920s (BA English, Thürmer Andrea Gabrielle, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  230. BOLAT SEYDA, Orientalist Representation of the Other and the Turkish Image in the Works of Lady Mary Montagu and Lord Byron (MA English, Csikos Dora, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  231. Boór Andrea, A picture of Lord Henry Wotton (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  232. Boór Andrea, Victorian England in Gaskell’s fiction: Fallen women in Ruth, Mary Barton and ’Lizzie Leigh’ (MA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  233. Bordás Boglárka, William Blake: the Bard and the Earth (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  234. Bori Sára Helene, Imagism and music: Ezra Pound, Amy Lowell and rhythm (BA American, Szalay Krisztina, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  235. Boriszoglebszky Dóra, Gender roles in Alice Munro’s short fiction (BA English, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  236. Boros Anett, Entertaining the masses: witches, wenches and shrews in Tudor and early Stuart England and in Shakespeare’s Macbeth (MA English, Pásztorné Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  237. Boros Anett, Witchcraft in Shakespeare’s age and Macbeth (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  238. Boros Barbara, Reform pedagogy: the role of games in the English classroom (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  239. Borsos Brigitta, A comparative analysis of two monolingual dictionaries (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  240. Borsos Máté, Major Robert Rogers and his rangers during the French and Indian War (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  241. Borsos Nikoletta, The contemporary canon: A case study of Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  242. Bors Renáta Gabriella, Exploring learners’ experiences on one-on-one and group language learning environments (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  243. Bosák Ildikó Bettina, English Borrowings in Hungarian in the Second Half of the 20 th Century (BA American, Szelid Veronika, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  244. Bosnyák Júlia, On the subject of English small clauses from the perspective of Generative grammar (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  245. Bosnyák Júlia, Task complexity and narrative writing performance:: The effect of proficiency (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2012, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  246. Botezatu Emilia Isabela, The Influence of Subtitles and Dubbing on English Learning among Romanian and Hungarian Students (BA English, Thürmer Andrea, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  247. Boukredine Mohammed Chawki, The Newer the Better? True Grit and Its Two Filmic Adaptations (MA American, Enikő Bollobás, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  248. Bozsik Bernadett, Representation of Women in John Donne’s Poetry: From Spiritual Union to Sexual Objectification (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  249. Bozsik Viola Tünde, Changing national Identity - from white Australia to multiculturalism (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  250. Böröczki Norbert, Alternative groups in the Civil Rights movement (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  251. Böröndi Emília Anna, The trope of the hero’s journey in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  252. Böröndy Elza, The Wade-Giles phonological transcription of the Chinese language (BA English, Bartos Huba, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  253. Börzsei Linda Kata, Literary criticism in New Media: A critical analysis of the website Television Tropes and Idioms and the place of literature in digital culture (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  254. Brettschneider Nóra, Gothic Elements in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights: Nature (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2016, submitted)
  255. Brogyán Norbert, How English became the lingua franca (BA American, Katona László, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  256. Bucsi Tamara Tímea, Once upon some ancient stereotypes-Social expectations about women and their refutation in Disney movies (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  257. Bucsy Blanka, Foundations, methods and long-term effects of bilingual education: How bilingual education can promote the achievement of artificial bilingualism (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  258. Budai Alexandra, The changing conception of the American Dream (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  259. Budai Hajnal Andrea, Vowel mergers in some English accents: Mergers before R (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  260. Budai Szilvia, Accents in popular culture: Accent asymmetry (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  261. Budai Veronika, The Construction of National Identity in Julian Barnes’ England, England (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, submitted)
  262. Bugyinszki Adrienn, Attitudes towards teaching and learning English: The fun factor (BA English, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  263. Bujáki Judit, The perception of British stereotypes (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  264. Bujdosó András, Pragmatics of translation in user guides of telecommunication devices (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  265. Bujtor Barbara, Beatlemania as a Force in Reshaping Gender Roles (BA English, Philip Saltmarsh, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  266. Bukina Olga, Contemporary American Society in the Animated Series “BoJack Horseman”: Anthropomorphism as Social Criticism in American Animation (MA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  267. Bulenda Attila Márk, English as the most important foreign language in Hungary (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  268. Bulyáki Zsanett, The rise of the U.S. as an economic world power (BA English, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  269. Bundschuh András, Analysing Ian McEwan’s Atonement and The Children Act as two coming of age stories from a psychological point of view (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2020, submitted)
  270. Burány Bálint, Politics in World of Warcraft: The Influence of a Conservative Virtual Reality (MA American, -, DAS, 2017, submitted)
  271. Butala Fanni, The Beatles lyrics in the 1960s’ social context (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  272. Buzás Andrea, Intercultural communication in a business environment (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  273. Campaniello Fabio, The translation of dialects in literary works (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  274. Castillo Jaen Sindy Janeth, THE TEACHER’S ROLE IN ENHANCING HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS’ SELF-REGULATION (MA English, Dr. Kálmán Csaba, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  275. Chalhoub Emil, How history and technology affected British photojournalism in the 19th and 20th centuries (BA English, Rachal Appleby, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  276. Chapni Daria, Power of Satire and Irony in Byron`s Don Juan (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  277. Chen Tímea, Difficultiesof Chinese Students in Western Universities (BA English, Christopher Ryan, DELP, 2019, reviewed)
  278. Chen Xi, Typical Chinese mistakes in the use of the English articles (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2018, reviewed)
  279. Chen Xingyi, Censorship in the American and Chinese Media (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  280. Chen Yu, A comparison of tense in Chinese and in English (BA English, den Dikken Marcel, DELG, 2019, submitted)
  281. Chrenkó Viktória Nikolett, Trauma in the life and work of Jeanette Winterson (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2020, submitted)
  282. Chuan Yong Shi, The motivational disposition of English learners: The role of the teacher (BA English, Kálmán Csaba, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  283. Cieleszky Kinga, The Impact of the Beatles on British Youth Culture (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  284. Czájlik Vera Ágnes, John Knox and the Reformation in Scotland (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  285. Czakóné Lantos Katalin, Approaches and methods towards culture teaching -The advantages and disadvantages of a non-native English teacher (MA English, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  286. Czibere Krisztina, Age of onset and quality and quantity of input in second language acquisition (BA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  287. Czibulya Adrienn, The Native American Boarding School Systems of the US and Canada (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  288. Cziffra Andrea, A comparison of narrative identities based on The Bell Jar, The Journals of Sylvia Plath, and Letters Home (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  289. Czifra Zsuzsanna, Bound by the aesthetic: Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  290. Czifra Zsuzsanna, Ethics and narrative in Doris Lessing’s ’The Grass Is Singing’ (MA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  291. Czigány Katinka, The connection between Gertrude Stein and the contemporary fine arts (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  292. Czigelmajer Bence, The role of social media in intercultural communication (BA English, Pohl Uwe, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  293. Czikó Alexandra, Language attrition in Hungarian learners of English (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  294. Czikó Alexandra, Learning English in a native environment (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  295. Czillingová Gertrúd, Az őslakos nemzetség és a totemizmus közti kapcsolat-Totemism and its relation to Aboriginal kinship (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  296. Czövek Emőke, Reverse Culture Shock, its Causes and Consequences (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  297. Csőke Annamária, A comparative analysis of Emily and Charlotte Brontë’s fiction: A brief comparison of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights (BA American, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  298. Csabai Erika, Marriage in Moll Flanders (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  299. Csabai Hanna, The changing definition of privacy in the United States of America: The right to privacy: reshaped by the Digital Age (BA American, A. Ward Stanley, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  300. Csákvári Petra, Modern Marriages and Marital Relationships in the Light of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  301. Csanádi Sára, The English Humour: What’s so funny about foreigners? (BA English, Saltmarsh, Philip, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  302. Csapláros Zsófia, Aldous Huxley: from dystopia to utopia (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  303. Csárdás László Bence, The motivation of language learners to take the higher level final exam in English (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  304. Császár Terézia, Investigating aspects of learning languages: Learner autonomy and the English language (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  305. Császár Veronika, The changing representation of Aboriginal Austrlians in film (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  306. Császár Viktória, Lexical transfer operations in audiovisual translation (BA American, Katona László, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  307. Csatár Réka, Marriage and Gender Roles in three Shakespearean Plays (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2015, submitted)
  308. Csáti Nikolett Ágnes, The Social Impact of First Ladies in the United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  309. Csáti Szandra, The impact of first generation neoconservatives on U.S. domestic and foreign policies (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  310. Csáti Szandra, The Tet offensive and its impacts on U.S. foreign and domestic policies (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  311. Csatlós Julianna, Second Language Learning Motivation in Higher Education (BA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  312. Csécsei Nóra Laura, From Passivity to Action: The Transformation of the Female Role in Fairy Tales, Focusing on Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2019, submitted)
  313. Csécsei Nóra Laura, The representation of women in Beowulf (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  314. Csényi-Nagy Krisztina, Historical and social causes of the Wiccan rede’s foundation (BA English, Asbóth László, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  315. Cseri Donatella Debóra, Clash of the Misses in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2016, submitted)
  316. Csernák Ákos, The Bilingual Aphasia Test (BAT) system, its use and future directions. (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  317. Csernák Márton László, Political correctness and euphemisms in American English (BA English, Kövecses Zoltán, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  318. Csernus Anna, Teaching English at kindergarten: Games that make learning English enjoyable and effective for very young learners (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  319. Csernus Júlia Kinga, The motivating role of positive emotions in second language acquisition (BA English, Albert Ágnes Erzsébet, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  320. Cserző Dorottya Csenge, A comparison of analytical approaches to discourse (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  321. Csibi Péter, The rise of modern antiheroes in British-American Pop Culture (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  322. Csiffáriová Csilla, Phases of love in John Donne’s poetry (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  323. Csiffáry Anikó, The main causes of anxiety evoked by foreign language testing (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  324. Csigás Tünde, Man and monster intertwined in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  325. Csikós Mátyás, Development in T. S. Eliot’s literary criticism: The evolution of “Tradition and the Individual Talent” (MA English, Maráczi Géza, DES, 2016, submitted)
  326. Csikós Mátyás, Tradition and Individual Talent’ in practice: The link between Eliot’s essay and his poetry (BA English, Maráczi Géza, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  327. Csiszár Krisztina, The depiction of self-development of the female protagonist in Washington Square (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  328. Csizmadia Daniella, Investigation of non-native English as a foreign language teachers’ anxiety in different contexts (MA English, Albert Ágnes Erzsébet, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  329. Csizmadi Katinka, Scouting educational method in English language teaching (BA English, Andrews, Mark, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  330. Csizmár Dóra, The translation of cultural realia in youth literature (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  331. Csizmarik Fruzsina, Differences and similarities between child and adult second language learners (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  332. Csizsinszky Dániel, The role of vocabulary in three English language coursebooks (comparative analysis) (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  333. Csóka Ágnes, ‘A hard day’s write’: An insight into the literary work of John Lennon against the backdrop of the 1960s’ popular culture (BA English, Asbóth László, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  334. Csóka Mária, The realisation of declaration in English, German and Hungarian legal texts (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  335. Csókás Borsika Noémi, The motif of individualism in the post-war poetry of E.E. Cummings (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  336. Csonka Júlia, Working mothers in the contemporary United States (MA American, Putz Orsolya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  337. Csonka Rozália Lilla, Dystopian Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams’s book as social satire (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  338. Csontos Anna Zsófia, The role of working memory in second language acquisition in case of children and adults (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  339. Csorba Eszter Zsuzsanna, The Impact of Media Coverage on History: An Analysis of the Kennedy Assassination (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  340. Csorba Eszter Zsuzsanna, The Impact of Media Coverage on History: Rise and Fall of Richard Nixon (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  341. Csorba Melinda, The role of humour in Kurt Vonnegut Jr’s novels (BA English, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  342. Csordás András, Building democracy in Afghanistan (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  343. Csornay Annamária, Multiculturalism and morals in A dialogue (from An enquiry concerning the principles of morals) by David Hume (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2015, submitted)
  344. Csöndör Alexandra, Edward Rochester: victim or villain? (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2015, submitted)
  345. Csörgő Erika, Mythological themes in Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  346. Csörgő Eszter Judit, What are Americans like?: The most frequent metaphorical motives in the American self-characterization (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  347. Csuka Noémi Szandra, New Conceptions of Canadian Values: Changing Immigration Policy (2008-2015) (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  348. Csundak Krisztina, The role of Royal Family in the present (BA English, Szabó Helga, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  349. Csutár Andrea Mária, Motivational strategies in the FL/L2 classroom (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  350. Csuvarszki Eszter, “Soap Families”-Changing Family Models on American Television (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  351. Csúz Ágnes, The relationship between language learning related attitudes and motivated learning behaviour: a quantitative investigation of secondary school students (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  352. Csúz Ágnes, The role of memory in child and adult language learning (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  353. Dabóczy Katalin, The vocalic system of Scottish Standard English (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  354. Dabosi Dániel, The concept of time in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  355. Daczi Veronika Anna, The Function of Destructive Forces in the Fiction of Bret Easton Ellis (MA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  356. Dakos Enikő Klára, Ways of preserving Hungarian identity in North America: The 1956 immigrants (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  357. Damokos Bence Dániel, The language of two South African constitutions (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  358. Dánics Adrienn, Literary representations of love, marriage and sexuality in Oscar Wilde’s works (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  359. Daniló Zoltán József, The role of Skype in second language motivation (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  360. Dan Violeta-Ibolya, Celtic mythology in Yeats’s Poetry (BA English, Ferencz, Gyozo, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  361. Dányi Lilla Anna, An analysis of African Americans’ civil rights (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  362. Darabos Nóra, Gothic features of Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë: An analysis of the Revenge (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  363. Darányi Judit, The interpretation of religion in dystopian literature (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2015, submitted)
  364. Darvas Flóra, The Perception of Laryngeal Contrast (BA American, Szigetvári Péter, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  365. Dávid Csenge, The Flat Earth Movement: A Cognitive Linguistic view on a Conspiracy Theory (BA English, Putz Orsolya, DELP, 2019, submitted)
  366. Dávid Gergő, Machiavellian villains in Shakespeare’s plays (BA American, Kenyeres János, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  367. Dávid Gergő, Various Aspects of Nothing in King Lear (MA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2015, submitted)
  368. Dávid Szonja, Game of genders - The portrayal of female characters in the Game of Thrones (BA English, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  369. Deák Erika Flóra, Characteristics of Detective Stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie (MA English, Ruttkay, Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  370. Deák Nóra Anna, Plastic surgery obsession in contemporary American society (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  371. Deák Nóra Anna, The Munich syndrome: Changes in the foreign policy and internal affairs of the U.S. after 1972 (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  372. Dékány Norbert, Distribution of syllabic R in English and Serbian (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  373. Dekkers Elizabeth Deborah, Teaching strategies that help in reducing language anxiety (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  374. Demény Győző, E-learning in the U.S. Higher Education (BA American, James Ryan, DAS, 2014, submitted)
  375. Demianchuk Mariia-Adriana, Osborne, Pinter, Stoppard: minds of the post-war British society reflected in modern drama (BA English, Fabian, Annamaria, DES, 2020, submitted)
  376. Derkics Fanni Erzsébet, The use of mobile applications in vocabulary learning: challenges and opportunities (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  377. Dér Kinga, Demotivation and remotivation of Hungarian learners of English: An inquiry into the causes and nature of their demotivation and remotivation (MA English, Csizer Kata, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  378. Dezsényi Balázs, Debating to learn: How competitive debating benefits English language learning (BA English, Lázár, Ildikó, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  379. Dezséri Dóra Kinga, Anne Boleyn and the Break with Rome (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  380. Dézsi Dorottya, Duality in Yeats’s poetry: Caught between the physical and spiritual world (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  381. Dézsi Mirtill Zoé, The Good Language Learner: The Role of Self-Regulation in Successful Language Learning (BA English, Dr. Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  382. Dézsi Tamás, Migration in Tudor England (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  383. Dicső Veronika Tünde, The Figure of the Scientist in Frankenstein and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  384. Dimitrow Daniella, Gender Scripts in Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer (MA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  385. Dimitrow Daniella, The representation of the individual within the community in Stephen King’s Under the Dome (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  386. Divéki Rita, Education in nineteenth-century Britain: Charlotte Brontë’s learning and teaching experience as reflected in Jane Eyre and Villette (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  387. Dobcsányi Dalma, Teaching through films in the EFl classroom (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  388. Dobi Dóra, The innocent lamb in William Blake’s Songs of Innocence (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2015, submitted)
  389. Dobos Emőke Erzsébet, The Scots Makar: Concrete creations of Edwin Morgan (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  390. Dobos Mária, Ways of looking at Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  391. Dobsa Evelin, What if Sisyphus was not happy: Freedom as a Blessing and a Curse in Waiting for Godot and The Caretaker (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  392. Dobsinszki Diána, The multidimensional Sue Bridehead: a character study (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  393. Doherty Anna Rosemary, The effect of British cultural changes on culinary customs (BA English, Holló, Dorottya, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  394. Dojcsár József, Humor in Edgar Allan Poe’s fiction (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  395. Dojcsár József, William Wordsworth’s reflections on international politics in the sonnets of 1802-1803 (MA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  396. Dóka Dóra, The Art of Biographical Fiction in Edna O’Brien’s Virginia: A Play (BA English, Remport Eglantina Ibolya, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  397. Dolgos Nóra, What society demands of a mother - The case of Lindy Chamberlain (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  398. Dombai Gina, “Two Sides of the Same Magic”: illusion and reality in Peter S. Beagle’s The Last Unicorn (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  399. Domonkos Csenge, The topic of death in the poetry of Dylan Thomas (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  400. Donát Ágnes Réka, Bastards, and else’: Comparing the character of the Bastard in Shakespeare, Dürrenmatt, and the Örkény István Theatre’s King John (MA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  401. Donát Ágnes Réka, ’Panem et Circenses’: Comparing Shakespeare’s Coriolanus with HOPPart Company’s Korijolánusz (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  402. Donkó Emese, The role of the teacher in motivating foreign langauge learners (BA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  403. Dömösi János Gábor, Messiah in the making: The hero’s journey transformed in Orson Scott Card’s science fiction novel Ender’s Game (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, submitted)
  404. Dömötör Anita, Giving feedback on student’s writing (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  405. Dömsödi Eszter, Intertextuality in Contemporary English Song Lyrics (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  406. Draxler Daria, Gender stereotypes in the Australian society reflected by Dame Edna Everage (MA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  407. Dremmel Nóra, Culture Shock in the U.K.: Understanding the concept and the experience (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  408. Droste Júlia Mária, British Society through the Mirror of Children’s Literature: Challenging the Image of the Ideal Victorian Woman in two Edwardian Children’s Novels (BA English, Papp Andrea, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  409. Drüszler Kitti, A motiváció vizsgálata angolul tanuló középiskolások körében (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  410. Dselits Dávid, Graham Greene’s Philosophy on Human Suffering in His Fiction and Exploratory Prose (MA English, Farkas, Ákos, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  411. Dubi Nikolett, The Influence of Cultural Differences on Communication:: The examination of obstacles in intercultural communication between Mexico and the United States of America (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  412. Duffy Michael Robert, Shades of Grey in Prospero’s ˝White Magic˝ (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  413. Duma Alexa, A solution or tradition: capital punishment as a deterrent effect (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  414. Duna Boglárka, The English Reformation: Compared to the Dutch refomation (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  415. Duray Áron Bálint, The Effect of Brexit in Great Britain (MA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2019, submitted)
  416. Dúzs Veronika, The analysis of the Declaration of Independence (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  417. Dzhallad Anastasiia, The novel “We” by Eugene Zamiatin: The translation of lexical and stylistic domains into English. (MA English, Illés Éva Margit, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  418. Éder Veronika, Representations of motherhood in American narratives (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  419. Éder Veronika, The Holocaust in the poetry of Sylvia Plath (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  420. Egeresi Rita Xénia, Protestant executions under the reign of Mary I (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  421. El Alaoui Sanaa, Long Takes and Continuity in the Narrative of Filmic Language (BA English, Miklós Lojkó, DES, 2020, submitted)
  422. Elamin Mohamed, William Blake songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience: London (MA English, Csikos Dóra, DES, 2016, submitted)
  423. Éliás Dávid András, The blues heritage of American culture (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  424. Endrey Barbara, Cultural analysis of American folktales: The problems of defining the folk hero (BA American, Dávid Gergely, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  425. Enyedi István, The use of English: the language experiences of mass transport employees (BA American, Medgyes Péter, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  426. Eördögh Zsófia Laura, Not on school grounds: cyberbullying policies in American public high schools (BA American, Hoversen William, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  427. Erős Eszter Mária, The influence of American films on the world (BA English, Medgyes Péter, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  428. Erős Tímea Mónika, The Sacred Royal Touch in Medieval England (BA English, dr. Velich Andrea, DES, 2014, submitted)
  429. Erdő-Bonyár Kitti, Investigating Hungarian EFL learners’ English speaking self-efficacy beliefs (MA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  430. Erdős Ivett, Intercultural Business Communication: The Role of Culture Dimensions in a European Company (BA English, Pohl Uwe, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  431. Erdész Zsolt Dániel, Dark Money in the 2016 U.S. Campaigns (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  432. Eredics Diána, The comparison of English and Hungarian phonemes through language jokes (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  433. Erki Gabriella Ibolya, The Impact of the Second World War on Japanese-American Integration (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  434. Érsek Csenge, Investigating translation strategies: A critical review of some problematic aspects of investigating strategies in the case of non-professional translators (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  435. Érsek Evelina, Motivation and autonomous language learning (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  436. Eszes Ernő Gergő, Comparing monolingual and bilingual language aquisition (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  437. Eszlári Sára Gabriella, Fanfiction in the online subculture of contemporary literature (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2020, submitted)
  438. Fábián Bence Gergő, Cultural Differences Between the USA and Hungary (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  439. Fábián Boglárka, Multiculturalism and racial divide: African Americans in contemporary America (BA English, Cseh Dániel, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  440. Fábián Eszter Mária, Types and effects of negation in English and German (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  441. Fábián Tamás, The rise and fall of hooliganism in English football (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  442. Fadieieva Olena, Discourse analysis of American and European English-language empowering songs in the 21st century (MA English, Karoly Krisztina, DELP, 2019, submitted)
  443. Faghani Fatehemh, A Comparative Analysis of Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh and Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur (MA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2020, submitted)
  444. Faludi Beatrix, Faces of Fear: Primal and Physical Fear in Caryl Churchill’s The Skriker (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  445. Fancsali Katalin, It is never too late - language learning at an older age (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  446. Faragó Beáta, The multimodal construction of gender in advertisements: The linguistic and visual construction of femininity in television commercials via the narrative-representational function (MA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  447. Faragó Beáta, Women and standard: An overview of the main theories of women’s language (BA American, Eitler Tamás, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  448. Fári Kata, Language as evidence: Forensic linguistics and its use in textual analysis within the justice system. (BA English, Suff, Matthew Jonathan, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  449. Farkas Árpád, ELF awareness among non-native speakers of English: A study on English teachers’ attitudes to ELF in the Hungarian context (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  450. Farkas Árpád, The use of films and TV series in learning English as a foreign language outside the classroom (BA English, Asbóth László, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  451. Farkas Dávid, Grammatical change in present-day English and its implications for teaching English as a foreign language (MA Eng teacher, Dóczi Brigitta, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  452. Farkas Dávid, Vegetarianism in the United States in the 19th Century (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  453. Farkas Dóra Petra, The role of media in creating and maintaining stereotypes: The Representation of African Americans in television series (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  454. Farkas Dorina, Allophonic variation in the Longman Pronunciation Dictionary: Pre-lateral effects on tense vowels (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  455. Farkas Enikő, The tragedy of Miss Jean Brodie (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  456. Farkas Erika, Functional background of a zero-year language program through the example of Lajos Kossuth Secondary Grammar School in Tiszafüred (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  457. Farkas Gabriella, A comparison of the effectiveness of English language examinations in terms of career prospects: A short review of BME, ECL and ORIGO exams (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  458. Farkas Gergely Attila, Intercultural encounters represented in feature films (MA English, Hollo Dorottya, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  459. Farkas Gergely Attila, The superhero phenomenon in the United States of America (BA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  460. Farkas Kinga, Representations of catholics and catholicism in James Joyce’s Dubliners (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, submitted)
  461. Farkas Luca, The negative effects of foreign language classroom anxiety on foreign language learning (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  462. Farkas Márton, The benefits of bringing up children bilingually (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  463. Farkas Tamás Dániel, Explanations for the existence of the critical period hypothesis (BA American, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  464. Farkasvölgyi Szabolcs, Tom Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound: Drama as means and end (MA English, (Zombory Erzsébet), DES, 2012, reviewed)
  465. Farkas Zsófia, The importance of self-motivation in language learning (BA American, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  466. Fazekas Gyöngyi, Learning English in an international kindergarten (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  467. Fedák Nóra, Learning strategies of adults and children (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  468. Fehér Adrienn, Estuary English: tomorrow’s RP? (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  469. Fehér Adrienn, The investigation of motivated learning behaviour among primary school students of English (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  470. Fehér Adrienn, The role of the Moon in a Shakespeare drama (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  471. Fehér Dávid, Why do students studying English at secondary school take extra private classes? (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  472. Fehér Diána Mirtill, The language of advertising slogans (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  473. Fehér Dóra, Female figures in the Star Wars movies (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  474. Fehér Dóra, The portrayal of gender roles in the James Bond films (MA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2020, submitted)
  475. Fehér Réka Dorottya, The Use of Non-Military Forces in the United States in Armed Conflict Témavezető: (MA American, Ward, Stan, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  476. Fehér Réka Orsolya, Lobbyists’ role in lawmaking (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2011, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  477. Fehér Viktória, Beauty and Decadence (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  478. Feith Réka, I wish I could forget them and so forget myself’: Canadian immigrants through the eyes of Margaret Atwood (BA American, Kenyeres János, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  479. Fejér Nikolett, Third language learning in the view of previous language learning experience (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  480. Fejes Janka, Gothic and Erotic in Coleridge’s Christabel (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  481. Fejes Mária, The acceptibility of the Critical Period Hypothesis (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  482. Fekete Gergő, First language attrition in bilingual speakers: The influence of non-linguistic factors (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  483. Fekete Judit Zsuzsanna, Issues of growing up in a bilingual family (BA English, Edwards Melinda, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  484. Fekete László, Motivational study of interpreter trainees in a postgraduate program (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  485. Fekete-Nagy Fanni Blanka, The colours of Medbh McGuckian’s poetry (MA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  486. Fekete-Nagy Fanni, Hidden narratives in Medbh McGuckian’s poetry (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  487. Fekete Nikolett, Codependency or love in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2015, submitted)
  488. Feleky Mirkó, Rise of a Hero: An examination of a fallible hero (MA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  489. Felinger Anna, The differences in becoming bilingual: Classification of bilingualism (BA American, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  490. Felker Sándor Viktor, Language learning and video games: an uncommon way to motivate (BA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  491. Fenyvesi Enikő, England’s Awakening Society in the Mirror of the Movies on the Hippie Subculture (BA English, no supervisor, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  492. Ferenc Cyntia, Bullying and cyberbullying; their forms and detection (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  493. Ferenczi Dániel, The current effects of colonization in Australia: The Northern Territory Emergency Response (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  494. Ferencz Mihály, War in Hollywood (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  495. Fila Enikő, Jack and Alex: A comparative analysis of the villain-protagonists in Lord of the Flies and A Clockwork Orange (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2016, submitted)
  496. File Brigitta, The Role of Women in the 19th century Britain and America (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2016, submitted)
  497. Filep Ádám, Difficulties Chinese university students experience giving presentations (BA English, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  498. Filep Eszter, Representation of Maori culture in contemporary literature and film (BA American, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  499. Fintáné Kósa Anikó, Using games to reinforce grammar structures (BA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  500. FITIL DIREN, 10Clarissa and Septimus as Parallel Characters in Virginia Woolf’s 𝘔𝘳𝘴. 𝘋𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘰𝘸𝘢𝘺 (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  501. Fodor András, Fictional urban space as a superior character in China Miéville’s The City and the City (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, submitted)
  502. Fodor Brigitta, Scottish vowel length: Regular vowel length alternations and the raising of /ae/ in Scottish Standard English (BA English, Siptár Péter, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  503. Fodor Brigitta, The political, economic, social, and religious effects of the marriage of Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  504. Fodor Kata, Hispanics accessibility barriers in the United States healthcare system (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  505. Fodor Katinka, The Discrimination of First Nations and Japanese Canadians in the Name of Integration after the Second World War (BA English, Thurmer Andrea, DELP, 2016, reviewed)
  506. Fónad Natália, The Neutrality of English Suffixes (BA American, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  507. Fónagy Fruzsina, The representation of the gay community in American visual media: Visibility on the small screen (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  508. Fónagy Fruzsina, Women in sports and the treatment of female athletes in the United States of America (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  509. Forgács Emese, Being born under an unlucky star: Ill-fated women in Doris Lessing’s novels (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  510. Forgó Barbara Renáta, The lyrical projections of William Wordsworth: The ways as he represented himself in his poems (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  511. Fórián Eszter, The utopian novels of H. G. Wells and his influence on Y. Zamyatin’s We (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2015, submitted)
  512. Fórizs Fanni, The culture shock phenomenon: A critical review (BA English, Pohl Uwe, DELP, 2019, submitted)
  513. Fóth Nikolett, The spectrum of investigative journalism: The necessity, the ethics and the achievements of exploratory reporting (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  514. Földesi Gergely, Gamification based assessment in the EFL classroom (MA Eng teacher, Dóczi Brigitta, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  515. Földesi Gergely, Literary revolution and romanticism (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  516. Földessy Gábor, The effects of the Vietnam War on U.S. politics and society: Domestic causes of the failure of containment in Vietnam (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  517. Földi Szonja, A comparative analysis of two translations of Huxley’s Brave New World (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  518. Földvári Anita, Batman hatása a szuperhős filmeken (BA English, Ward Stanley, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  519. Frank Nóra Katalin, Animal symbolism in George Orwell’s works (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  520. Frei Ágnes, Sentence structures in English and Danish: Constituent-order analysis from a topological point of view (BA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  521. Frei Bettina Beáta, The status of women in the Australian Aboriginal society (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  522. Frenkel Edwina Renáta, Huxley and his Brave New World (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  523. Furik Gabriela, Comparing the use of English and Hungarian in the linguistic landscape of Košice (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  524. Furik Gabriela, Linguistic persuasion in the media (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  525. Fu Shiyang, WH-question in Chinese and English: Similarities and differences (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2019, reviewed)
  526. Fülöp Gábor, Death and Grief in James Joyce’s Ulysses (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, submitted)
  527. Füzessy-Bonácz Ágnes, The Ultimate Loner: Power/Knowledge/Reader (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2015, submitted)
  528. Gőbel Noémi, Cultural and linguistic variation in English language women’s magazines (MA English, Holló DOrottya, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  529. Gőcze Borbála, Stress assignment by affixes in English: Mixed suffixes (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  530. Gőcze Borbála, The historical phonology of English place names (MA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2020, submitted)
  531. Gaál Bertalan András, The Gallipoli Campaign of 1915:: The causes and consequences of the Allied failure with special attention to the influence of the incompetent British leadership and inadequate planning on the outcome of the military operation (BA English, Frank Tibor, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  532. Gaál Dóra, The wish for possession in Shakespeare’s first 18 sonnets (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2020, submitted)
  533. Gaál Mónika, Britten’s choice of words: A comparative analysis of Britten’s Our Hunting Fathers and his War Requiem (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  534. Gabelics Péter, Discourse of enclosure in Keats and Tennyson: La Belle Dame sans Merci and The Lady of Shalott (BA English, Janczer Dóra, DES, 2020, submitted)
  535. Gábor Bernadett, Effects of bilingualism on language learning: The case of English as an additional language (BA English, Farkas Árpád, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  536. Gabriel Emmanauel Chike, Independence and Democratic Nigeria: Transition from 1960 to 1999 (BA English, Miklos Lojko, DES, 2015, submitted)
  537. Gacsal Réka, Exploring the stages of acculturation (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  538. Gacsal Zsófia Emese, Neil Gaiman and the mystery of women (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  539. Galamb Eszter Éva, Women in the Arts and Crafts Movement (MA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  540. Galamb Eszter, Fiction and reality in Frank McCourt’s Angela’s Ashes (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  541. Galambos Éva, Foreign language teaching in Waldorf primary education: A comparative analysis of two schools (BA English, Medgyes Péter, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  542. Galambosi Dóra, Personal connections in E. M. Forster’s Howards End (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2015, submitted)
  543. Galambos Rita Anna, (Az igényes fordítás művészete: A szinkronizáláskor felmerülő kihívások) The art of exacting translation for the film industry: The particular challenges translators face by dubbing (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  544. Gáldi Márta, The Traditions of Theatre in Beckett’s Work: On Page and Stage (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  545. Gál Emília, The bold and the passive: a comparison between two dystopic figures: The individual versus the social system (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2016, submitted)
  546. Galló Eszter, Age effects in first language attrition (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  547. Gallov Adrienne Éva, Solitude as a way of existence in two of T.S. Eliot’s dramas (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  548. Gál Veronika, Immortalising marginality: A shared legacy through Alfred Hitchcock’s filmic adaptations of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca and “The Birds” (BA English, Vesztergom Janina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  549. Galyas Marcell, Americanization in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (BA American, Farkas Ákos, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  550. Gamper Alice Mária, Creativity of language learning: The educator’s perspective (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  551. Gáncs Nikolett, Autodidacticism in language learning: The nature of autodidactic learning in the case of foreign language learners (BA English, Révész Judit, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  552. Garai Luca, Flapping in English (BA American, Szigetvári Péter, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  553. Garai Luca, Nasal flapping in American English (MA English, Markó Alexandra, DELG, 2020, submitted)
  554. Garai Orsolya, Demotivation and remotivation in language learning (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  555. Garai Orsolya, Tasks and language learning - task characteristics influencing performance on tasks (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  556. Garbacz Julianna, The impact of Russian on American English (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  557. Gasniuk Marianna, The relationship between foreign language motivation and anxiety in a minority context (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  558. Gáspár Anna, Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice on film (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  559. Gáspár Bence, The Irish famine generation in the US (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  560. Gáspár Gergő, Speed as central trope in Jack Kerouac’s On the Road (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  561. Gáspár Sarolta, The Concept of Family in the American Value System (BA American, Putz Orsolya, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  562. Gáspár Tamara, Metaforák és kulturálisan kötött kifejezések fordításának sajátosságai a multikulturális Európai Uniós kontextusban: az empirikus kutatások eredményei The characteristics of the translation of metaphors and cultural realia within the context of the multicultural European Union: the results of empirical research (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  563. Gattyán Adrienn Zóra, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet - on the screen (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  564. Gattyán Annamária, Rivalry of images of sexuality and religion in John Donne’s early poetry (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  565. Gavric Anja, Cancel Culture in the American Society (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  566. Gazdag Emma, Teaching tolerance through English language literature (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  567. Gazsi Anita, Dracula and Lestat: the vampire as a character in Bram Stoker’s and Anne Rice’s novels (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  568. Gellén Dzsenifer, The Effect of Cultural Differences on Translation (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  569. Gelsi Eszter, Jewish assimilation in post war USA (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  570. Gerecs Ildikó, The Irish Home Rule Act of 1914 (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  571. Gerencsér Dávid, Gender identity in popular culture American film: Gender identity of the youth in Bret Easton Ellis film adaptations (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  572. Gerencsér Erika, The cult of Gone with the Wind: Dynamism of critical approaches regarding Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the wind (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  573. Gerencsér Vanessza, Linguistic relativity and the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis: how does our language shape the way we think? (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  574. Gerengay Krisztián, Vocabulary knowledge and reading comprehension: breadth vs. depth (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  575. Gergelyfi Dávid József, Reflections on English Society through the Music of Ray Davies and The Kinks (BA English, Philip Saltmarsh, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  576. Gerlinger Anna Júlia, The question of identity in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, or what you will (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  577. GHEDJATI OUAFA, The Gothic Paradigm as a Tool to Defend Women’s Rights in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (MA English, Dr.Gardos Balint, DES, 2016, submitted)
  578. Giancaspro Gaetano, Migration and terrorism: British newspapers’ position before Brexit (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  579. Godó Judit, Challenges of Contemporary American Indian Reservations (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  580. Golda Luca, Biblical symbolism in Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  581. Gólya Kitti Fanni, Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  582. Goreczky Nóra Judit, John Wycliffe and the Lollard movement (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  583. Goreczky Nóra Judit, John Wycliffe and the Lollard movement (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2013, submitted)
  584. Goreczky Nóra Judit, The Bog Poems of Seamus Heaney - Changing Perspectives (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, submitted)
  585. Görög Balázs, The suitability of web-based learning for different learning styles (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  586. Görög Julianna, Typical Hungarian mistakes of English pronunciation and their causes (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  587. Gráf Judit, Cultural dimensions in English-speaking countries (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  588. Gráf Mária, The concept of holiday in American English from a cognitive linguistic approach (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  589. Grajzel Fanni, The Glottal Stop in the Popular Speech of British English (BA English, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2018, reviewed)
  590. Gregorics Ádám, Critical discourse analysis: an introduction and classification of approaches and models (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  591. Gregorics Ádám, EFL pronunciation teaching through ELT coursebooks in Hungary (MA Eng teacher, Illés Éva, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  592. Gregor Zsófia, Metaphoric dimensions of a demented mind: Understanding Benjy Compson in Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury (BA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  593. Gregor Zsófia, Multicultural archetypes: the intersection of cultures in Louise Erdrich’s Love Medicine (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  594. Greiner Orsolya Ágnes, Realism or absurd? Or absurd in realism?: A study on the balance of realism and absurdity in Pinter’s early plays (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  595. Gremsperger Bence, The influence of different teaching approaches on dyslexic language learners (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  596. Greskovics Eszter, Dante Gabriel Rossetti: The Blessed Damozel (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  597. Greskovics Eszter, G. B. Shaw and modernism: The influence of Russian and Italian modernism on George Bernard Shaw’s Political plays between 1929 and 1938 (MA English, Remport Eglantina Ibolya, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  598. Grinnan Randolph Carter, A cognitive linguistic analysis of major American political texts (MA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  599. Gróf Szabina, The life as a Fascist woman: Analysis of British Fascist women based on Muriel Spark’s The prime of Miss Jean Brodie (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, submitted)
  600. Grónai Gábor, The Home of the Woman in the Fiction of Susan Warner (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  601. Guan Peiwen, The Chinese Immigrant Experience in North America from 1849 to 1949 (MA English, Leavey James, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  602. Gubacsi Beáta, Sun Goddesses: The Representation of the Female Artist in A.S.Byatt’s Novels (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  603. Gubacsi Beáta, William Blake’s Influence on Salman Rushdie’s novel The Satanic Verses (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  604. Guba Lilla Nóra, The effect of prior language experience on the acquisition of a third language (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  605. Gubányi Sára, Aphasia: Causes, Symptoms, and Recovery from a Neuroanatomical Perspective (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  606. Gugyella Edina Irén, Spanish Harlem: birth of an enduring community (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  607. Gula Melánia, The role of culture at an English-Hungarian bilingual school (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  608. Gulyás Attila, The transformation of the byronic hero in relation to Byron’s life (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2015, submitted)
  609. Gulyás Bence Árpád, The portrayal of British society through progressive rock concept albums (BA English, no supervisor, DELP, 2013, submitted)
  610. Gulyás Bence Árpád, The portrayal of British society through progressive rock concept albums (BA English, Philip Saltmarsh, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  611. Gulyás Hanna, A comparison of English language use of two communities in London (BA American, Eitler Tamás, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  612. Gulyás Luca Dóra, Fight Club: depiction of a split mind in writing and on screen (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  613. Gusyachkin Anastasia, Intersections of Fairy Tale and the Gothic Horror (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  614. Gündogdu Serhat, European explorers of Australia: The Travel Writing of James Cook, William Dampier and Abel Tasman: A Comparative Analysis (BA English, Cecilia Gall, DES, 2015, submitted)
  615. Gündüz Enis Dogus, TRUMAN AND THE COLD WAR: RIGHT DOCTRINE, WRONG METHODS (BA English, Magyarics, Tamas, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  616. Gvozdeva Siuzanna, Hybrid Urbanism: City in the age of digital media (BA English, Katona Laszlo, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  617. Győri-Szisz Anna, Theories behind religious attitudes in Britain today: The Status of the Anglican Church in Britain’s religious life (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  618. Győriványi Laura Bella, The medical gaze: representations of the female body: Reconstruction of subjectivity in Frances Burney’s patient-narrative and the female body in the long eighteenth century (BA English, Janczer Dóra, DES, 2020, submitted)
  619. Győző Lívia, Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park on films (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2016, submitted)
  620. Gyarmati Ádám, The strange case of Schwa the Intruder and Schwa the Outcast: Schwa epenthesis and schwa elision in English and Dutch (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  621. Gyenes Annamária Fanni, Complexity in T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land (BA American, Dr. Ferencz Győző, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  622. Gyimesi Brigitta, Entrapping the transient: The fundamental role of the moment in literature (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  623. Gyimesi Brigitta, In(finite) subjectivity in Nabokov’s Pale Fire (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  624. Gyimesiné Hóringer Edina, The artist in the modern world: in Anthony Burgess’s Clokworks (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  625. Gyimesiné Hóringer Edina, The use of English as a Lingua Franca in an international working environment: A case study conducted at a German-Hungarian company (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  626. Gyovai Dániel, 18th century English society and human nature in light of Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones (BA American, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  627. Gyöngy Fanni, The role of errors and the significance of teacher correction and self-correction in second language acquisition (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  628. Györffy Virág, Issues of feminism in Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls and The Skriker (BA English, Pikli Natalia, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  629. Györgyi Blanka Marianna, The Role of Space in Virginia Woolf’s Novel To the Lighthouse (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  630. György Júlia, Blake’s portrayal of women in the Visions of the Daughters of Albion (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  631. György Júlia, The impact of teacher attitude & personality on learner achievement: A personally-natured case study of teacher trainee experiences (MA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  632. György Mária Ágnes, The Presentation of Mental Disturbance in the works of Virginia Woolf (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  633. Gyuris Kata, Games of gender and power in J. M. Coetzee’s fiction (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  634. Gyuris Kata, The experience of the sublime in Iris Murdoch’s The Bell (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  635. Hűvös Anna, The teachability and usefulness of self-regulatory strategies as a path towards learner autonomy (BA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  636. Habon Lilla, Images of War in Wilfred Owen’s Poetry (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  637. Hack Petra Johanna, The representation of the effect of power on an individual’s ethics in the adaptations of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Coriolanus (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2016, submitted)
  638. Hack Petra, Comparing Elizabeth Gaskell’s Heroines: Margaret Hale and Molly Gibson (MA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  639. Hadar Balázs Máté, Leadership and medieval warfare in the Hundred Years War: The battles of The Black Prince (BA English, Velich, Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  640. Hadarics Piroska, Mistranslations, misunderstandings in the European Union and their consequences (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  641. Hadarics Piroska, Representation of gender and feminism in science fiction (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2020, submitted)
  642. Hadi Bettina Loretta, Dehumanization and the question of agency in English and American popular culture heroes: Modern monsters of Frankenstein: V and the Winter Soldier (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  643. Hadusfalvy Linda Alexandra, Carrying the weight together: rape culture on US campuses (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  644. Hajas Luca, The question of human nature in the early and later novels of William Golding (BA English, Sarbu Aladár, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  645. Hajba László, Using CALL Tools in Language Learning: The problem of content selection for CALL (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  646. Hajdu Alexandra, Social criticism in Caryl Churchill’s plays (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  647. Hajdu Gábor Attila, England as the lion’s playground: a study of the English Premier League and English culture (BA English, Thürmer Andrea, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  648. Hajdú Kristóf, The Depiction of the Situation of the American Soldier During and After the Vietnam War (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  649. Hajdu-Pásztor Petra, The role of context in car advertisements (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  650. Hajdú Timea Ágnes, United States Response to the Jewish Refugee Crisis Prior to World War II (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  651. Hajeer Ahmad, A Genre-based Analysis of Foreign Exchange Market News (MA English, Károly Krisztina, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  652. Hájer Bálint, Facilitating the acculturation progress of immigrants in English speaking countries: Acculturation in the United States (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  653. Hajgató Nikolett, Application of Coprora in Translation Quality Assessment (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  654. Hajighasemi Mahdokht, Religion in the US—From More to Less? (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  655. Hajnal Zsanett, The white Bicentenary’s appearance in the media and its effect on Australian people and culture (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  656. Hajós Flóra Zsuzsanna, Japan in the Victorian imagination: Elements of japonism in Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado (BA American, Péteri Éva, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  657. Halasi Rita, Persuasion through female roles in advertising (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  658. Halász Csilla Katalin, The representation of women in Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  659. Halász Diána, The effect of World War II on the Navajo Nation (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  660. Halászi Emese, Structures in screenwriting (the three-act structure) (BA English, Meikle, Peter, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  661. Hallai Roberta Izabella, Techniques of translating jokes (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  662. Halmai Attila, The role of religion in Joyce’s Dubliners (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  663. Hamada Afaf, The representation of Australian Aboriginal women in selected works by non-Aboriginal authors (MA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  664. Hamvas Patrícia, The territorial expansion of the United States until the Mexican war (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  665. Hamvas Réka, The theme of decay in Wordsworth’s two poems: The Ruined Cottage and The Discharged Soldier (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  666. Hamza Gréta, The Representation of Shifting Gender Roles in Films of the 2000s (BA American, Velich Andrea, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  667. Hangonyi Anna, The foreign language anxiety of dyslexic language learners (BA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  668. Hanis Barbara Rita, Soft power in American diplomacy: The means to success or decline? (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  669. Hanis Barbara Rita, US immigration through the back door: patterns, practices, prospects (BA American, Pohl, Uwe, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  670. Hantos Ákos, The cultural background and impact of the Doors phenomenon (BA American, Suff, Matthew Jonathan, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  671. Harangozó Tamás, The creative methodology of learning English through self-study: Enhancing self-study by experiential learning (BA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  672. Hargas Diána, Teaching English writing in the Hungarian EFL classroom (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  673. Hargitai Dóra, Etnikai kisebbségek és osztályrendszer a Shadowrun univerzumban (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  674. Hargitai Dóra, External and internal locus feedback (MA Eng teacher, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  675. Hargitai Dóra, Lovecraftian Horror in American Video Games (MA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  676. Hargitay Hanna, Translation issues and differences in English translations of the Bible (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  677. Hári Virág Márta, Introducing English as a second language at preschool age (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  678. Harsányi Margit, The comic effect in Byron’s Don Juan (BA English, Péter Ágnes, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  679. Harsányi Margit, The question of representation and visibility in the It Gets Better Project: The manifestation of basic American values in an online LGBTQ campaign (MA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  680. Hartyáni Lilla Anna, An exploration of commonplaces about learning English: Myths and misconceptions among Hungarian young adults in terms of successful language learning (BA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  681. Hashemian Ali, Gender Role and Identity in Michael Cunningham’s The Hours (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  682. Hasprai Melinda, Harold Pinter’s absurd comedies of menace: The Question of ’Who are you?’ in The Birthday Party, The Caretaker, The Homecoming and Betrayal (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  683. Hassan Hadil, The impact of contemporary young immigrants on the British educational system (BA English, Frank Tibor, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  684. Hatala Csenge, In search of the last frontier: An analysis of Jon Krakauer’s “Into the Wild” (BA American, Kimmel Magdolna, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  685. Hauberger Szabina, Second language learning of dyslexic students in Hungary (BA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  686. Hauck Karolina, Mormon politicians and the influence of their religion on their politics (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  687. Hauer Róbert Tamás, Realpolitik in America: foreign affairs by Henry Kissinger between 1969 and 1973 (BA English, Hoversen William, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  688. Havas Dóra Judit, Free will imprisoned - rebellious women characters in Jane Austen (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  689. Havasi Regina, Attitude towards Learning English among Hungarian and Croatian High School Students (BA English, Dr. Major Éva, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  690. Hegedűs Dániel, Hermann Hesse’s social critique and the U. S.: The magic theater of America (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  691. Hegedűs Dániel, Intersubjectivity and the pains of human relationships in J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye (BA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  692. Hegedűs-Diószegi Andrea, Linguistic landscape of Helsinki (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  693. Hegedűs Ivett, Investigating the deficiencies of second language vocabulary acquisition strategies (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  694. Hegedüs Veronika, Homo Sacer in the United States of Exception: African-Americans as bare lives in the Antebellum era, the lynching period, and today (MA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  695. Hegedüs Veronika, The uncanny in Faulkner’s southern gothic: An analysis of the Sound and the Fury (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  696. Hegyi Flóra Anna, Comparing comparatives: Differences and similarities of comparative constructions in English and Hungarian (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  697. Hegymegi Flóra Hajnalka, Tendencies in Beatles Songs: The Sociocultural Influence and Significance of the “Beatles Phenomenon” (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  698. Hegymegi Flóra Hajnalka, Walrus in the Wilderness: The Anatomy of John Lennon’s Literary Works (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2015, submitted)
  699. Heim Andrea, The cultural hybridity as a source for the popularity of K-pop in the USA (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  700. Heltai Sára, The importance of Grice’s Co-operative Principle and its four maxims in successful communication introduced through film dialogues (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  701. Herczeg Dániel, A reading of Martin McDonagh’s In Bruges: internationality and hierarchies (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  702. Herendi Árpád, Spanish Loanwords in the English Language (BA English, Starcevic, Attila, DELG, 2019, reviewed)
  703. Herenik Enikő, Beneficial Effects of Having a Native Foreign Language Teacher in the Classroom (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  704. Hergovics Gergő, The war on drugs: U.S. policy towards Colombia (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  705. Hermann Tímea, Persuasive Communication in the Media: The Demonstration of Persuasive Communication in Frank Darabont’s The Walking Dead (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  706. Hernádi Brigitta, Using cartoon comedies in advanced level EFL learning (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  707. Hernádi Nikolett Tünde, English as the Lingua Franca of Online Communities (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  708. Hernás Dorottya Réka, Food Deserts in the United States (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  709. Hertelendy Kitti, Influential Factors in Summary Writing (BA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  710. Hevesi-Tóth Csilla, Pop culture of the 1960s: the Hippies (BA English, Asbóth László, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  711. Hidasi Eszter, The burden of responsibility in Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being and in Jeanette Winterson’s Weight (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  712. Hirleman Bonifác Attila, The stepchild of fiction (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  713. Hlavacska Darinka, The distribution of Linking-R and Intrusive-R in English dialects (BA English, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2017, reviewed)
  714. Hóbár Beáta Flóra, Portrayal of Maori people in Witi Ihimaera’s works: Identity establishment in the 20th and 21st century (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  715. Hodos István, American comics through the Ages: The history and development of the comic Spider-Man (BA American, Benczik, Vera, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  716. Hoducz Márk Ottó, Modern adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle’s character, John H. Watson (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  717. Hoducz Márk Ottó, The Woman: Modern adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle’s character, Irene Adler (BA English, Benczik Vera, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  718. Hoffer Ildikó, The motif of the house in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  719. Hoffmann Bettina Tamara, What if you can’t lisp: substituting th (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  720. Holdosi Gergő, The construction of gender in English: Evidence of a Sexist Culture in Language (BA English, Trébits Anna, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  721. Holecz Kata, The figure of the Anti-Victorian Heroine based on the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  722. Holl Andrea, The role of cultural differences in business communication: The comparison of British and Hungarian culture (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  723. Holl Andrea, The role of intonation in English Language Teaching: An analysis of a coursebook series (MA Eng teacher, Dóczi Brigitta, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  724. Holló Mária, The discoursal characteristics of the institutions of the EU (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  725. Hollós Dávid, American identity in nineteenth and twentieth century American classical music (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2016, submitted)
  726. Hollósy Györgyi, Collective Memory and Trauma Through Textuality in Horizon Zero Dawn (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  727. Holp Anetta, The diminishing powers of hereditary peers in 20th century House of Lords (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  728. Homolya Krisztina Anna, Naturalization Policies and the U.S. Armed Forces (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  729. Honti Erika, The Color Purple: the novel and the film (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  730. Honti Melinda, Lexical transfer operations in translating poetry: Lexical transfer operations in the Hungarian translations of The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe according to the taxonomy of Kinga Klaudy (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  731. Hooshyar Mousa, The importance of cooperation between primary and secondary schools in second language learning (BA English, Hamish Buchan, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  732. Horgosi Emese, The Learning Situation Level in Dörnyei’s motivation model (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  733. Horilla Péter Szabolcs, Medieval English mysteries: stage technology, logistics, and acting in the 15th century (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  734. Horváth Ádám, The use of translation and translation-based tasks in Budapest secondary school language education (MA English, Loftus, Mark, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  735. Horváth Ágnes, Brett Easton Ellis’ American Psyco in the light of existentialism, with a special focus on the French tendency (BA English, Benzcik Vera, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  736. Horváth Ágnes, The two faces of the same woman in Brontë’s Jane Eyre (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  737. Horváth Anasztázia, The status of American English in Hungarian bilingual secondary schools: A survey of the teachers’ points of view (BA English, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  738. Horváth Anita, The comparison of Helen Doron’s English language teaching method and the English language teaching program in Maci Foundational Nursery School in Jászberény (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  739. Horváth Anna, Authorship attribution in forensic linguistics (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  740. Horváth Attila, Strength and Honor: Chivalric traits in Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2016, reviewed)
  741. Horváth Bianka, Az ellenkultúra ideológiája: Saját eszmék és a beat korszak hatásai (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  742. Horváth Csilla Mónika, Attitudes of primary and secondary learners to English as a foreign language in the past decades in Hungary (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  743. Horváth Dániel, Airs of genius: On the theme of music in William Blake’s early poetry (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2015, submitted)
  744. Horváth Dániel, The fourfold echo in Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2019, submitted)
  745. Horváth Dóra, The Welsh and Scottish devolution: a comparative view (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  746. Horváth Dóra Veronika, Cyberbullying among American youth and the need for cyber safety education in the age of social media (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  747. Horváth Erika Henrietta, Language and gender: A comparative look on sociolinguistic and performativist theories (BA English, Margo Giavana, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  748. Horváth Éva, Who needs a Queen: The role of the monarchy in 21st century Britain (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  749. Horváth Gyula János, The Great Game in Retrospect (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2016, submitted)
  750. Horváth Hajnalka, Chances of Being Elected U.S. President: The Race of Characters (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  751. Horváth Hajnalka, Reconstruction from the Afro-American point of view (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  752. Horváth Hajnalka, Teaching and learning English through blogging (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  753. Horváth Jákob János, William Faulkner and Postmodernism (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  754. Horváth Julianna, Gulliver’s Travels and Swift’s social criticism (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  755. Horváth Katalin Júlia, Approaches to female self-definition: a comparative analysis of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and Margit Kaffka’s Colours and Years (BA English, Péter Ágnes, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  756. Horváth Kitti, The impact of colonisation on Australian Aboriginal languages (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  757. Horváth Krisztina, Comparative analysis of learning strategies used by learners of different age groups (MA Eng teacher, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  758. Horváth Krisztina Orsolya, Communicative and Cultural Features of Hungarian Deaf People’s Usage of English as a Foreign Language (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  759. Horváth Krisztina Orsolya, The effectiveness of primary bilingual programmes in Hungary: Teachers’ perspectives (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  760. Horváth Liliana, The conceptualization of smoking in the United States of America (MA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  761. Horváth Liliana, The myth of success in the United States (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  762. Horváth Lucián, The use of repetition in language acquisition. (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  763. Horváth Mariann, Comparative study of the zero year English language preparatory programmes in Hungarian secondary schools (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  764. Horváth Nóra, Hungarian students experiencing culture shock in Great Britain (BA English, Szabó Helga, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  765. Horváth Orsolya, The Increasing Necessity for Changing Gun-Control Laws in the United States (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  766. Horváth Pál, Dyslexia and language learning: is it a paradox? (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  767. Horváth Réka, Learning English at preschool age (BA English, Révész Judit, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  768. Horváth Roxána, Growing up in Wuthering Heights (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  769. Horváth Sára, Interwar Britain through the eyes of the subsequent generations: The birth of mass-observation in the twilight of the 1930s (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  770. Horváth Viktória, Group dynamics (MA Eng teacher, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  771. Horváth Vilmos Zoltán, Obesity in Hollywood (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  772. Horváth Zoltán Benjámin, James Joyce and the rest of the World: A reader-friendly approach to A Portrait of the Artist (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  773. Hosszu Gabriella, Terrorism in the UK: The roots of 7/7 and responses in the media and society (BA English, Saltmarsh Philip, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  774. Hovhannisyan Anna, Clarissa Dalloway: a woman, a mother, a wife, and a friend (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  775. Hovhannisyan Anna, Virginia Woolf and James Joyce’s Stream-of-Consciousness Technique: A Comparison (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2016, submitted)
  776. Huber Jaroslava, Fronting Phenomena in English Language (BA English, Newson Mark, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  777. Hunyadi Laura, Language aptitude and age (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  778. Hunya Máté, Victorian English society in Mrs Gaskell’s North and South (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  779. Hurmenov Vepa, The evaluation of an English language achievement test used for advancement purposes (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  780. Huszár Rózsa Flóra, Applying the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity for Hungarian speakers of English (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  781. Huszka Levente, Imagination, language and reality in the text and context of Shakespeare’s Macbeth (MA English, Kállay, Géza, DES, 2015, submitted)
  782. Huszti Lili, Cultural and political aspects of learner autonomy: An Eastern view of a Western concept (BA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  783. Hutvágner Zsófia Judit, Recent Efforts for the Purification of Legal American English (BA American, Jávor-Szelid, Veronika, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  784. HUZZIYAS ASLIHAN, Victorian fashion: the song of the shirt (BA English, csikos dora, DES, 2015, submitted)
  785. Icsó Miklós, Utopia and dystopia in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (BA English, Cigányik, Zsolt, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  786. Ihárosi Dániel, The legacy of Kubrick’s “A Clockwork Orange”: Psychopaths in contemporary British films (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  787. Illés Enikő, Multisensory structured language learning for dyslexic students (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  788. Illés Rebeka, Intentional Anahronism in Historical Movies (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  789. Illés Réka, Inter arma silent? WWI poetry in Britain (BA English, Szalay Krisztina Mária, DES, 2016, submitted)
  790. Illés Tekla, The influence of emoticons on interpreting the message (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  791. Ilosvai Anna, Interpretation and Analysis of Henry James’s Novella “The Turn of the Screw” through Tim Fywell’s Film Adaptation "The Turn of The Screw" (2009) (BA English, Ákos Farkas, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  792. Ilosvai Mária, And In Arcadia I Am: Transgressing Boundaries Of Time In Tom Stoppard’s Play (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  793. Imre Orsolya, The emergence and development of social entrepreneurship in the US (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  794. Imre Viktória Anna, Pact with the Devil: Demonic figures in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus (MA English, Kállay, Géza, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  795. Imre Viktória Anna, The fading halo: William Blake’s angels is The marriage of Heaven and Hell (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  796. Imre Zsanett, Jekyll and Hyde in Victorian Society: Morality - The Impact of Science and Religion (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  797. Ináncsi Alexandra, The features of spoken Business English in low-context cultures (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  798. Ipacs Diána, The effects of increased news consumption via social media in the United States (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  799. Ismaili Yassine, The Historical Nature of American-Russian Relations: Moving Forward in the Twenty-First Century (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  800. Issa Jassim Nagham, Stereotypes of marriage and woman in Jane Austen’s pride and prejudice (BA English, Csikós Dora, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  801. Ittzés Péter, American philosophy in the music of Charles Ives (BA English, Soto, Amy Nicole, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  802. Iváncsics Bernát, Presence and embodiment in Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  803. Iváncsics Bernát, The theme of existentialism in William Faulkner’s Light in August: Joe Christmas as the Sisyphean hero of the American South (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  804. IYIEGBU ALFREDA NNEKA, TEST ANXIETY AND THE FOUR LANGUAGE SKILLS (MA English, Brozki-piniel Katalin, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  805. Izinger Ivett Katalin, African-American Female Characters and Feminism in Contemporary Visual Media (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  806. Izsáki Tímea, Case assignment in English and German: A comparative and contrastive analysis (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  807. Izsó Júlia, Multiculturalism and its effect on contemporary England and London (BA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  808. Jakab Ágnes Bernadett, Duplicities in William Wycherley’s The Country Wife (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2015, submitted)
  809. Jakab Dóra Ilona, Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons Learning English as a Foreign Language in Europe and in the United States (BA American, Konta H. Edit, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  810. Jakab Dorottya Krisztina, Wuthering Heights: The failure of the revenge (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  811. Jakab Szilvia Annamária, Spread of Islam in the United States (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  812. Jakab Zsófia, Beauty and Terror in Oscar Wilde’s ’The Picture of Dorian Gray’ (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2016, submitted)
  813. Jakubek Dorottya, The piper, the bard, the lamb and the tiger: symbology in Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience (BA English, Ruttkay, Veronika, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  814. Jakubek Dorottya, Troubled women: Identity and self-definition in the plays of Christina Reid (MA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  815. Jambrik Alexandra, Female agency in short stories by African American women writers (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  816. Jambrik Levente Áron, An Irishman and an Englishman walk into a bar: language contact in Ireland (BA English, Eitler, Tamás, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  817. Jancskár Dominika Réka, The psychology of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and related short stories (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2016, submitted)
  818. Janik Szilvia, Situation-specific influences on l2 learners’ willingness to communicate (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  819. Jankó Katalin, Current changes in British English: as reflected in the transcription system (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  820. Jánócsik Enikő, The American dream today: Barack Obama, as a symbol of the dream (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  821. Jánoki Miklós, The city of London in the 16th century by John Stow (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  822. Jánosi Ádám István, Computer-mediated communication as an English language variety (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  823. Jánosy Márton Balázs, Pre-L breaking in English: Dark-L influence on the preceding vowel (BA American, Nádasdy Ádám, DAS, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  824. Jánosy Márton, The treatment and analysis of vowel breaking in different phonological theories (MA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  825. Jansik András, Big Brother is Watching: NSA Surveillance and American Civil Liberties (BA English, Hoversen William, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  826. Jászay Dorottya, It’s only rock ’n’ roll - a theatre aesthetical and cultural anthropological analysis of Tom Stoppard’s drama: A theatre aesthetical and cultural anthropological analysis of Tom Stoppard’s drama (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  827. Jászay Dorottya, Travesties: On page, on stage and on screen (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  828. Jávorszky Ágnes Viktória, Syllable boundary and ambisyllabicity in some Germanic languages (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  829. Jelinek Adrienn Mónika, Growing up bilingually in an Anglo-Saxon/Hungarian family: Effects on cultural belonging, identity, and attitude (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  830. Jenei Ditta, Issues at a multicultural workplace (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  831. Jenei Judit, The use of English language in Hungarian advertisements (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  832. Jeney András, Hollow men: grotesque villains in early modern and modern English literature (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  833. Jeney András, The supposed madness of Hamlet in Shakespeare’s tragedy (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  834. Jerjomina Krisztina, Acculturation in Great Britain: The case of international students (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  835. JESZENSZKY ANDRÁS MÁRTON, The Birth of a Superpower: Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Influence on International Relations: The road from negative to positive internationalism (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  836. Jóföldi Anna, The Emergence of Political Propaganda in Britain During and After the First World War (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  837. Jónásová Mária, Online learning methods based on individual characteristics and learning strategies (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  838. Joó Erik Norbert, British or American English in Hungarian language teaching (BA American, Király Zsolt, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  839. Józsika Nikolett, An Unlikely Public Idol: Bernard Spilsbury and the Derailment of Criminal Justice 1910-1947 (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2018, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  840. Judák Bence, The role of the English language in pop music (BA American, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  841. Juhász Dávid László, Important values in sports in the United States (MA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  842. Juhász Dávid, The types and ranking of independent methods of learning according to efficiency among first year university students of English (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  843. Juhász Dóra, Aspects of spoken English grammar: a linguistic and pragmatic approach (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  844. Juhász János, Gordon Parks’ “Choice of Weapons”: The Visual Strategy of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King in LIFE (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  845. Juhász Réka, The impacts of digital environment on foreign language learning, from a connectivist approach (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  846. Juhász Réka Zita, Women’s status in the Middle Ages as seen in ’The Man of Law’s Tale’ (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  847. Jukic Ivana, Sherlock Holmes: Addiction, crime and surveillance (MA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  848. Jukic Ivana, The sepoy mutiny: a watershed in the History of British-Indian relations (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  849. Jungbauer Loretta Anna, Representation of Death in Christopher Marlowe’s “Tamburlaine The Great”, Parts One and Two (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2020, submitted)
  850. Jungbauer Loretta Anna, Social Pessimism in Christopher Marlowe’s “The Jew of Malta” (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  851. Jung Zsuzsanna, An interview study on accommodating teaching materials for dyslexic learners of English (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  852. Jurasits Ádám, Analysis and Psychological Effects of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2014, submitted)
  853. Juric Igor, Distribution of the nasals in Serbian and English (BA English, Starčević Attila, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  854. Kőhalmi Tamás Zoltán, The crisis management fiascoes of Cold War U.S. foreign policy (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  855. Kőszeghy Eszter, Conscience and responsibility in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  856. Kádár Fanni, The influence of the Irish language on Irish English phonology and syntax (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  857. Kádár Zsófia, The Main Tourist Attractions in London: Do They Show The Real Face of England? (BA English, Hoffmann Dorothy, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  858. Kaisinger Zsófia, The changing role of English in Hungary (BA English, Péter Medgyes, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  859. Kajtár Fanni, Climate Change and Children: An Educational Issue (BA American, Hoversen, William, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  860. Kajtár László, Huxley’s Eyeless in Gaza: The role of time and narrative in the depiction of personality (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2009, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  861. Kalcsó Fanni, Translator choices in the Hungarian editions of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass (BA American, Szlukovényi Katalin, DES, 2020, submitted)
  862. Káldi Tamás, A comparative analysis of the information structure of hungarian and english sentences (MA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2012, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  863. Káli Dominika, The predictive value of proficiency testing (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  864. Kállay Zsuzsanna Katalin, Tragic lapses in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles and the Poems of 1912-13 (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  865. Kálmán Alexandra, Attitudes towards learning English (BA American, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  866. Kálmán Csilla, The issue of race and the discrimination of African-Americans in the United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  867. Kálmán Krisztina Mária, The role of manipulation in committing the perfect murder in Shakespeare’s Othello and in Agatha Christie’s novel (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  868. Kálmán Zsuzsa, American metaphors (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  869. Kalmár István, BBC English language teaching: The educative effect of the BBC on English language learning (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  870. Kalmár Krisztián Imre, The uncanny in the works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  871. Kalmár-Nagy Éva, A comparison of the usage of fingerspelling and sign formulation in british sign language and hungarian sign language (BA English, Kontráné Hegybíró Edit, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  872. Kálóczi Kristóf, Marshall McLuhan as the oracle of the electronic age (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  873. Kalocsai-Bozsik Fruzsina Kincső, Foreign language anxiety: A study of language teacher anxiety among elementary, secondary and language school teachers of English (MA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  874. Kamrás Elvira, Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South.: Social problems and means of solution. (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2015, submitted)
  875. Kandikó Máté Péter, The role of feedback in the development of academic writing skills of L2 students in online courses (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  876. Kanics Krisztina, Twelfth Night: Elizabethan festival and theatre (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  877. Kántás Balázs, Damnation in Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven (BA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  878. Kántor Eszter, Tea and tea drinking traditions in the United Kingdom (BA English, Philip Saltmarsh, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  879. Kántor Eszter, The English language and the structure and operation of intercultural relationships in everyday life: Benefits and challenges of intercultural relationships (MA English, Lázár, Ildikó, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  880. Kánya Fruzsina, Comparing the phonologies of varieties of English: the behaviour of the palatal glide in accents of English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  881. Kánya Fruzsina, What helps anxious learners perform well despite their language anxiety (MA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  882. Kapin Boglárka, Bilingualism: Institutions that facilitate bilingual people to maintain their knowledge of their language (BA American, Szlávi Anna, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  883. Kaposi Berta Eszter, Analyses of stops after /s/ in English (BA English, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2019, submitted)
  884. Kapusi Bence, Narrative and nonnarrative music in film (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  885. Karácsony Fanny, The art and poetry of William Blake: the motifs of freedom in Songs of Innocence and Experience (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  886. Karacs Veronika, Facts and fallacies about Aboriginal people: the case of Marlo Morgan’s Mutant Message Down Under (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  887. Kara Katalin, Madness in “King Lear” (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2019, submitted)
  888. Karap Zsuzsanna, Internet és humoros elemei az Y/Z generáció életében (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  889. Karatas Yasemin, Cultural differences between Turkish and American cultures (BA English, Uwe Jens Pohl, DELP, 2019, reviewed)
  890. Karáth Péter, Heart of Darkness in context: Marlow and Kurtz, the bewildered travellers (BA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  891. Karczub Tímea, Living in Obscurity: The Poet Persona in Gray’s “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard” (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  892. Kardos Evelyn, Metaphorical thought in culture and translation: A comparative analysis of English and Hungarian (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  893. Kárpáti Rebeka, US-East-Central-European Relations in the Post-Cold War Years (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  894. Kása Bálint, Cooperation against terrorism: the U.S. and the EU (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  895. Kassai Ágnes, The Mod generation of the early 1960s: Misconceptions and contradictions (BA English, Philip Saltmarsh, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  896. Kassai Gyöngyi, Dido and Aeneas in restoration context: Two sides of the story (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  897. Kassai Xénia, Man and Superman in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (BA English, -, DES, 2015, submitted)
  898. Kassovicz Artúr Gergely, ELTE: ELTE English degrees – a perspective from the job market (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  899. Kassovicz Artúr Gergely, The zero-year class in a hungarian secondary school (BA English, Buchan, Hamish, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  900. Kaszab Zsófia, Under the tree of peace: Native American influence on the Founding Fathers (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  901. Kaszás Fanni, Lexical coverage of oral texts (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  902. Kaszás Mónika, The role of English in a world organisation: Intercultural communication in the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  903. Kátai Tamás Lajos, Territorial Expansion of the United States in the First Half of the 19th Century: Legal, Political, Social and Cultural Difficulties of the Westward Expansion (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  904. Katona Áron, William Blake’s symbolism in Songs of Innocence and of Experience (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  905. Katona Dávid, Circularity and the notion of death in the poetry of Dylan Thomas (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  906. Katona Dávid, Nonlinearity in dead-tree literature (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  907. Katona Eszter, Trauma and music in Arthur Phillips’ The song is you (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  908. Katona Júlia, The notion of progress in advertisements in Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine (BA American, Szlávi Anna, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  909. Katona-Kovács Szimonetta, Hungarian immigration into Canada: How ’56ers preserved their identity (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  910. Katona Krisztina, New perspectives in researching foreign language learning aptitude: Working memory as a component of language aptitude (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  911. Kaufmann Dorottya, The Impact of Feminism on the Genre of Crime Fiction: Agatha Christie (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2015, submitted)
  912. Kaur Kiranjot, Feminist Voices in Charles Dickens Selected Novels (MA English, Dr. Balint Gardos, DELP, 2019, submitted)
  913. KAZI DOROTTYA, Representations of identity in Australian culture (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  914. Kazi Dorottya, The effect of the Monarchy on everyday life in Britain in the early XXI century (BA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  915. kazzazy latifa, CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL BACTERIAL TAXA BY MALDI-TOF MS AND PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERS (MA English, Erika THÓT, DELP, 2018, submitted)
  916. Kecskés Enikő, Language learning strategies: Factors determining effective and ineffective learners (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  917. Kecskés Luca, The Impact of Chinese Immigration in Australia (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  918. Kedves Nárcisz Ilona, Theta-role and case assignment in there-constructions (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  919. Keil Anna Noémi, Language Teachers’ and Teacher Trainees’ Perceptions of Content Regulations: A Qualitative Study (MA English, Öveges Enikő, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  920. Keil Anna Noémi, The Literary Representation of the First Contacts between Australian Aborigines and European Settlers (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  921. Kelemen Andrea, Adapting postmodernism: self-reflexivity in print and on screen: in John Fowles’s novel The French Lieutenant’s Woman and Karel Reisz’s film adaptation of the same title (MA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  922. Kelemen Andrea, Futurology in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  923. Kelemen Dávid Krisztián, Shifts of cohesion in Hungarian and English language and translation (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  924. Kelemen Dávid Márton, US Foreign Policy of the Carter and Reagan Administrations: USA–USSR Relations 1977–1984 (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  925. Kelemen Eszter, Students’ perceived teacher effectiveness in higher education (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  926. Kelemen Gergely, Freedom of broadcasting in Britain during the Second World War (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  927. Kelemen László, Americanizing Japan: The USA’s role in the post-World War II reconstruction and democratization of Japan (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  928. Kelemen Sára, Structure and narrative in T. S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land”: The role of frustration (BA English, -, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  929. Kelly Dorottya Eszter, Linguistic class markers in the inner circle counties (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  930. Kemény Kristóf, Cross-linguistic influences in third or additional language acquisition: Lexical transfers (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  931. Kenderes Noémi Ágnes, Fantastic reality and real fantasy in Vernon Lee’s Hauntings (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  932. Kenesei Mária, Neologisms in the American Internet Language (BA American, Pethő-Szirmai Judit, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  933. Kerek David, The comparison of Hungarian and English EU texts (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  934. Kerekes Orsolya, A guided summary writing skills training programme for English major university students: processes and outcomes (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  935. Kéri Zoltán, Question of identity in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Importance of Being Earnest (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  936. Kerman Cezmi Ilker, Multimodal analysis of print car advertisements (MA English, Eitler Tamas, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  937. Kertész Dóra, Interactional Competence in the Contex of Group Examinations (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  938. Keszeg Réka, Bridging the gap between ESP courses for tourism students and workplace requirements: The role of 21st century skills in using Tourism English (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  939. Keszei Adrienn, Evaluating the Objectivity of International News in the Media: The Bias of BBC as Opposed to CNN (BA English, James, Ryan, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  940. Keszei Adrienn, Isolationism and Interventionism in the United States’ Foreign Policy: Self-interest and Moral Interventionism in Obama’s Diplomacy (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  941. Keszthelyi Christian, The relationship between language learning motivation and learner’s autonomy: a quantitative investigation of university students (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  942. Kharwat Aida Olga, Hysteria as a ’Woman’s Disease’ in Great Britain: An Exploration Through the Ages (BA English, Thürmer, Andrea Gabrielle, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  943. Khawaj Yara, Speech acts in communicative language teaching: An analysis of thanking speech acts in Action Pack/ EFL textbook (MA English, Illés Eva, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  944. Khellat Nikita, Woe is interpretation: ’Dance of Life and Death’ in aesthetics and pragmatics of Jim Jarmursch’s cinematic language in “Dead Man” (BA American, Katona László, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  945. Khelloufi Abdennour, Investigating politeness in Algerian children’s use of language (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  946. Kiiko Juliia, Scandinavian mythological narratives in contemporary American popular culture (MA American, Pál Hegyi, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  947. Kilián Tímea, The communicative competence of bilingual children (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DELP, 2019, submitted)
  948. Kim Min Kyong, Cultural Differences Expressed through Language Use: Anglo-American and Korean Cultures and Language Use (BA American, Kimmel Magdolna, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  949. Kindert Kata Lívia, English native children’s difficulties in the acquisition of the passive voice (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  950. Király Anna, The role of English language film in self-directed language learning (BA American, Ryan, Christopher, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  951. Király Zita, Culture shock in reverse: Coming back to Hungary (BA English, Uwe Pohl, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  952. Kis Eszter, Does English as a lingua franca pose a threat to Scandinavian languages? (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  953. Kis Eszter, Gothic elements in Edgar Allan Poe’s The Black Cat: Fantasy hidden in a series of everyday events (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  954. Kisfaludi Csilla, The relevance of female politicians in the last U.S. presidential elections: Gender versus political ideology (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2010, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  955. Kiss Ádám, The Tale of Sir Topaz: sources and background (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  956. Kiss Adrienn, Fairies of a Midsummer Night’s Dream (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  957. Kiss Ágnes, Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in a foreign/second language classroom (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  958. Kiss Alexandra, Human Rights and the War on Terror (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  959. Kiss Angéla, Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles in comparison with Roman Polanski’s film adaptation: Interpretation from the perspective of Roman Polanski’s faithfulness to the novel and his depiction of Hardy’s symbolism (BA English, Maráczi Géza, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  960. Kiss Anna Cecília, Female characters in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (BA English, Péter Ágnes, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  961. Kiss Barbara, The changes in jazz music from Big Bands to Bebop and Cool Jazz (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  962. Kiss-Bartus Réka, The language of police interviews (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  963. Kiss Dorottya, Britain in the 1970s through the work of Pink Floyd (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2012, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  964. Kiss Dorottya, Tolkien’s influence on texts in popular culture (MA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  965. Kiss Erzsébet, Tess as a victim: Analysis of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  966. Kiss Gábor, Studies in English-Swedish Contrastive Phonetics: r-coloured vowels in English and Swedish (BA English, Siptár Péter, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  967. Kiss Hajnalka, Challenges false friends present in translation: The analysis of mistranslations and misused terms through false friends in the English language (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  968. Kiss Júlia, The behaviour of the palatal approximant in British and American English: processes of change (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  969. Kiss Karolina, Action- and success-orientedness: a comparison of American and British company slogans (MA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  970. Kiss Karolina, Science in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Robert Louis Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (BA American, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  971. Kiss Kristóf, Metaphors of construction in the works of Harold Pinter (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  972. Kiss Kristóf, The use of normal distribution in ESL assessment (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  973. Kiss Kristóf, William Wordsworth’s immortality ode (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  974. Kiss Mendel, Civilisation in Robinson Crusoe and in Lord of the Flies (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  975. Kiss Naómi, The comparison of the transcription systems of standard British English: RP and SSBE (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  976. Kiss Réka, Social Criticism of the Nineteenth Centruy through Novels by Jane Austen, Charlotte and Emily Bronte (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2015, submitted)
  977. Kiss Thomas, The American News Media and Politics (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  978. Kiss Veronika, Controversial Environmental Issues in Australia (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  979. Kiss Veronika Tünde, The present state of “cure” lowering (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  980. Kiss Viktória, English major international BA students’ acculturation experience in Helsinki and Budapest (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  981. Kiszely Viktória, The connection between nature and the Romantic period: John Keats’s odes in context (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  982. Kiszely Viktória, The Role of Women in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (MA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2019, submitted)
  983. Kiszl Nikolett, The role of Contact Hypothesis in second language learning (BA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  984. Kling Ádám Márton, The Shakespearean Myth and Early Modern Popular Culture in Neil Gaiman’s Graphic Novel “The Sandman” and in Marvel Comics (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  985. Kling Ádám Márton, The Shakespearean Myth in Neil Gaiman’s Graphic Novel “The Sandman” (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  986. Kóbor Zsófia, The motivation of English as a second language learners in South Korea (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  987. Koch Márta, London’s multiculturalism: Cultural influence of immigration on contemporary London (BA English, Saltmarsh, Philip, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  988. Koczó Blanka Csilla, The social geography of New Zealand (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  989. Koczó Dávid, The main tendencies concerning English examinations available in Hungary (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  990. Koczor Anna, American culture: myth or reality of a culture of diversity: Mexican American segregation versus Cuban American assimilation (BA English, James, Ryan, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  991. Kocsardy Vanessa Paige, The Allure of Horror: The Catharsis Theory, Realism, and the Supernatural (BA American, Hegyi Pal, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  992. Kocsis Bettina, The Role of Autonomy in L2 Motivation (BA English, Wein Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  993. Kocsis Dóra, The U.S. presidential debates (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  994. Kocsis Fruzsina Anna, The nature and cultural impact of science fiction on television: The popularity of Doctor Who (BA American, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  995. Kocsis Szabolcs, Geminates in the English language (BA English, -, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  996. Kocsonya Eszter, The importance of teaching pragmatic competence to avoid pragmatic failure in cross-cultural communication (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  997. Kodák Ábel, The role of L2 learner autonomy in the motivation of adult learners of English (BA English, Kálmán Csaba, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  998. Kofrán Eszter Anna, Disbelief in Pope’s “The Rape of the Lock” and the Spirits (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  999. Kollár Fanni, Women in terrorism (BA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1000. Koller Evelin, The gothic and ethics in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1001. Kollerits Nóra Veronika, Cultural differences experienced by Hungarians in Ireland: Irish celebrations through Hungarian eyes (BA English, Andrews, Mark, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1002. Kolozsvári Emese, Intercultural communication during ice hockey games (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1003. Komár Kinga, War on film: American portrayal of the Soviet Union (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1004. Komáromy Zsófia Júlia, Understanding student plagiarism: reasons and solutions (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  1005. Komlósi Réka, French Loanwords in English: The Pronunciation of Recently Adopted French Loanwords in English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  1006. Kompos Dániel, Culture(s) in currently used EFL coursebooks: An analysis with a view to the knowledge component of Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC) (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1007. Koncz Krisztina, New force on the American political horizon: the actors behind the Tea Party movement: The actors behind the Tea Party movement (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1008. Kondi Viktória, Dysfunctional Relationships and the Breakdown of Communication in the Works of Martin McDonagh and Csaba Székely (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1009. Kondorosi Nikolett Fanni, The Nature of Power Relations in The Collector in the Light of Shakespeare’s The Tempest (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1010. Kondor Tímea, The role of education in the achievement of the American dream: The issue of the ’no child left behind’ act (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  1011. Kontler Júlia, American Hero: from Ordinary to Extraordinary. Event and Cinematic Representation in Contemporary America (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1012. Kónya Rebeka Regina, Character types in John Green’s novels: The representation of identity formation and power relations in adolescence in John Green’s Paper Towns (MA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1013. Kónya Rebeka Regina, The representation of the problems of adolescence in John Green’s Looking for Alaska (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1014. Konyicska-Székely Ágota Rita, Deaf students learning English as a foreign language in Europe: an overview (BA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1015. Koós Krisztina, The media coverage of Brexit and its influence on the outcome of the Referendum (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1016. Kopcsándi Máté Géza, The Theme of Imperialism and Exploitation in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1017. Korda Gergely, Typical Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation and their causes: The phonological aspect (BA American, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  1018. Kormányos Gabriella, The influence of the gold rush on the development of Melbourne (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1019. Kormos Angelika, The connection between the Age Factor in SLA and the Y generation (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1020. Koroknay Márton László, Some typical mistakes made by Hungarians in the pronunciation of English vowels: Mistakes in the production of English long monophthongs (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1021. Koronczy Szabina Dóra, Social status in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1022. Korponai Zsolt, The birth of the united Europe: The Founding Fathers’ involvement in laying down the foundations of the European Union (BA English, Frank Tibor, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1023. Korsós Attila, The image of the vampire in Byron’s The Giaour and Fragment of a Novel (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1024. Kósa László, The phonology of English compounds (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1025. Kós Anna, The gothic, the grotesque and the arabesque in Edgar Allan Poe’s short stories (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1026. Koskó Barbara Petra, With a faery, hand in hand’: the appearance of fairies and folklore in victorian literature (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1027. Kosova Merve, Great Britain and the eastern question:Balkan conflicts from the 1880’s to the 1920’s (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1028. Kossár Fanni, Poirot’s character in Murder on the Orient Express and in its film adaptations (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1029. Koszovácz Vanda, The effect of culture on personality in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Remains of the Day (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1030. Kosztadinovszki Georgina Vanda, The Relationship of Catherine and Heathcliff (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1031. Kota Sára, The connection between William Blake’s God and Satan figures demonstrated by elements appearing on the Book of Job illustrations (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1032. Kótay-Nagy Annamária, A proverb a day keeps barriers away: Learning about English culture through proverbs (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1033. Kótay-Nagy Annamária, Using Proverbs in the Language Classroom for the Development of Critical Cultural Awareness (MA Eng teacher, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1034. Kóti Zsófia, Önéletrajzi elemek Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre című regényében (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1035. Kotormán Kitti, The Portrayal of Women by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1036. Kovac Viktor, The Will of William Shakespeare’s sonnets (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1037. Kovács Ádám, “I am determined to prooue a villaine”: The character of Richard III in history and in Shakespeare’s age (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1038. Kovács Ágnes, “Equal, – as we are!”: Equality in marriage in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1039. Kovács Ágota, False illusions in Harold Pinter’s drama (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1040. Kovács Alexandra, Native identity in Beatrice Culleton Mosionier’s In Search of April Raintree (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1041. Kovács Anna, Exploring english humour: Functions, characteristics, relevance to identity (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1042. Kovács Anna, The Haiku in the East and the West (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1043. Kovács Annamária, The destruction of human nature and the problem of authentic existence in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1044. Kovács Bálint, Equivalence and identity in translation of Arabic religious formulas (BA English, Illés Éva Margit, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1045. Kovács Bence, The JCPOA’s Effects on the Regional Interests of the United States (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  1046. Kovács Diána, Parenthood in Aldous Huxley’s utopian fictions: An emotionless world under investigation (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1047. Kovács Dóra, Learning English as a foreign language by Deaf students in Hungarian integrated schools (BA English, Kontráné Hegybíró Edit, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1048. Kovács Emőke, Who cares who killed Roger Ackroyd?: Reading, Re-reading, and Re-evaluating Detective Fiction (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1049. Kovács Erzsébet, The Question of Freedom in Contemporary British Prose: A Clockwork Orange as a Plea for the Free Individual (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1050. Kovács Fruzsina, Typical Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation: the ’th’ sounds (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1051. Kovács Gergely, Damnation and redemption in Joyce’s Dubliners (MA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1052. Kovács Gergely, The romantic femme fatale: Christabel and La belle dame sans merci (BA English, Péter Ágnes, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1053. Kovács Helga, Women and Birds - A Comparison of Jane Eyre and Gemma Hardy in terms of Bird Motives (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1054. Kovács Janka, What art thou, thou idle ceremony?’ The Funeral Representation of Elizabeth I (1558-1603) (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1055. Kovács Janka, “Ye are underlings, underlings, and must be obedient” The Representations of Disorderly Women in Elizabethan and Jacobean Popular Literature (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1056. Kovács Karolina, The coexistence of the settlers of Plymouth and the Native American tribes of New England (1620-1627) (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1057. Kovács Kata, The popularity of Jane Austen’s „Pride and Prejudice” through its decades in the film industry (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1058. Kovács Kinga, Differences between the American and the Swiss viewpoints on immigrants (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1059. Kovács Kinga, The representation of contemporary America in CSI: New York: A study of New York City through the lens of television (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1060. Kovács Kristóf László, The romantic shift in literary perspective: Changing notions of poetry (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1061. Kovács Kristóf, Racial Stereotypes in American Advertising from the 1900s to the 1940s: How Companies Exploited the Stereotypes of African Americans to Increase Sales (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1062. Kovács Luca Lídia, Hassidism and the holocaust: intersecting narratives of memory in Elie Wiesel’s fiction (BA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2010, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1063. Kovács Luca Lídia, Philip Roth and Nathan Zuckerman: self-reflexion and questions of identity in Philip Roth Zuckerman novels (MA American, Dr Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1064. Kovács Márton, Beowulf lives! - The afterlife of a legend on film (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1065. Kovács Noémi Katalin, Forms of School Shootings in the United States: Misinterpreted Reasons of School Shootings (BA American, Stanley A. Ward, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1066. Kovács Olivér, Video game music in American popular culture (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1067. Kovács Orsolya, Multiculturalism in Oscar Wilde’s A House of Pomegranates (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1068. Kovácsová Anita, Devoted to Serve: The Representation of Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown Series (MA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1069. Kovácsová Anita, In search for an identity: John Berger and his characters in G. (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1070. Kovács Péter, A special relationship: British-American alliance in World War II: British-American Alliance in World War II (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1071. Kovács Petra, Differences between the second language acquisition of children and adults: a psycholinguistic perspective (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1072. Kovács Petra, English after German for Hungarian learners: teachers’ views, students’ views (MA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1073. Kovács Petra, How native language phonology affects L2 speech perception (BA English, Albert Ágnes Erzsébet, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1074. Kovács-Szabó Anett, The impact of children’s television on their perception of language (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1075. Kovács Viktória, Ways of adapting to Anglo-Saxon cultures (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1076. Kovács Vilmos Ervin, The role of dictionaries in English language teaching and learning (MA Eng teacher, Dóczi Brigitta, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1077. Kovács Viola, Anne of Green Gables in the 21st Century: a Modern Retelling in the Age of Social Media (BA English, Thurmer Andrea, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1078. Kovács Vivien Ágnes, Society in The Hunger Games Trilogy: Manipulation and Control in President Snow’s regime (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1079. Kovács Vivien, The presence of absence in Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1080. Kovács Zsolt, Magna Charta revisited (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1081. Kozák Gréta, The Heroless Nature of Vanity Fair (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1082. Kozma Dorina Cintia, Two post-apocalyptic novels: Aldous Huxley’s Ape and Essence and Cormac McCarthy’s The Road (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1083. Kozma Eszter, Duplicity in representation in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1084. Kozma István, Differences in Language Use between Genders in Advertisements (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1085. Kozma Klára Noémi, Vampirism in victorian fiction: Carmilla and Dracula (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1086. Kozmer Vivien, The symbolism and the theories of William Butler Yeats (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2013, submitted)
  1087. Kozmer Vivien, The symbolism and the theories of William Butler Yeats (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1088. Kökény Pál, Swimming in the Fish-bowl: ambiguities and their affective interpretations in Laurence Sterne’s A Sentimental Journey (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1089. Kökény Réka, The environmental policies of the Trump administration (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1090. Köles Krisztián, The Scottish Independence Movement: Was the Referendum on 18 September 2014 Indeed a Failure? (BA English, Gall Cecilía, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1091. Könyves-Tóth Anna, Learning foreign languages at an early age - a comparative analysis of the Helen Doron and the Montessori methods (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1092. Körmendy Zsuzsanna, English speaking cultures as presented by coursebooks and taught by English teachers (MA Eng teacher, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1093. Körmendy Zsuzsanna, The role of music in the language learning of two age groups of children (BA English, Andrews, Mark, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1094. Kövecsi-Urbán Mariann, Hope and Hopelessness in the Tot Family and Waiting for Godot (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1095. Kövér Ármin, Revising Rating Scales: Modifications Proposed in the Rating Scale for the M.A. in ELT Oral Language Examination at ELTE SEAS (MA English, Dávid Gergely, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1096. Kövér Ármin, The problem of culture shock (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1097. Krakovszky Laura Anna, Marriage and Women in the 19th Century in Jane Austen’s Novels (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1098. Kránitz Roxána, Manipulation in television advertisements (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1099. Krausz Katinka, “That’s what you want to remember” - Portraits and memory in Margaret Atwood’s "The Blind Assassin" (MA English, Benczik Vera, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1100. Krausz Katinka, Shakespeare’s Ladies: social concepts and dramatic images of women in ’A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and ’The Winter’s Tale’ (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1101. Krémer Zoltán, Racial politics in Colson Whitehead’s The Intuitionist (BA English, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1102. Krezinger Cintia, The representation of devolution in the Scottish media: Analysis of The Scotsman, The Herald and BBC Scotland (BA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1103. Krisár Péter Attila, A reklámban használt szlogenek manipulatív ereje / The manipulative power of the slogans in commercials (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1104. Krista Zsolt, The impact of the English language in Korea and Japan (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1105. Krizák Klaudia, Different sexes - the same motif: Robert Browning’s dramatic monologues (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1106. Kruppai Anna, Application of YouTube videos in the course of EFL in high schools inside and outside the classroom (BA English, dr. Medgyes Péter (professor emeritus), DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1107. Kucsera Márton, English restrictive relative clauses in Optimality Theory (MA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1108. Kucsera Márton, Participial constructions in English (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1109. Kukó Bettina, The effect of oil and gas corporations on legislation and the American citizens (BA English, A. Ward Stanley, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1110. Kulcsár Julianna Zsófia, American gastronomy: the land of burgers, french fries and fast food restaurants: The land of burgers, French fries and fast food restaurants (BA American, Szenczi Eszter, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1111. Kuli Zsófia, The Trauma of 9/11 in American Literature (BA English, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1112. Kungli Márton, The road: post-apocalyptic fiction from Huxley to McCarthy (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1113. Kurucz Anna Zsófia, Students’ views on small group work and pair work in the English language classroom (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1114. Kustár Zoltán, The Depiction of Native Americans in the Series Hell on Wheels (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1115. Kutaková Viktória, Language anxiety among students learning two foreign languages in a minority context (MA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1116. Kutas Orsolya, Myths in modern mask: Mythology and modernity in Caryl Churchill’s plays (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1117. Kutas Viktória Rita, Canadian Residential Schools: Impacts and Consequences (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1118. Kuti Krisztina, Tudor courtly culture at the Field of Cloth of Gold (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1119. Kuti Viktória, Culture in language teaching (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1120. Kuzeev Sergei, “They don’t represent us”: Visual activism in the contemporary US (MA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2018, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1121. Kvesztár Emese, Understanding the intended meaning: The pragmatic aspect of translating (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1122. Kvochkina Roberta, The second wave of feminism in Britain and its influence on today’s society (BA English, Thurmer Andrea Gabrielle, DELP, 2019, reviewed)
  1123. Kyriakou Androulla Christakis, Sit Gawain and the Green Knight: The She-Devil (BA English, Hargitai Marta, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1124. Lőrincz Nanetta, Critical period in second language acquisition (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1125. Lőrincz Szidónia, Modernist traits in the works of Virginia Woolf: The crisis of communication and the stream of consciousness in To the Lighthouse and Mrs Dalloway (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1126. Lábska Luca, Attitudes to learning English in adult second-time learners (BA English, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1127. Laczkó-Magyar Barbara, Elements of witchcraft represented in various film adaptations of William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2016, reviewed)
  1128. Laczkó Nóra, Language loss in childhood (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1129. Lagos Cortes Mátyás Bence, Complementisers in the English language: The distribution of the CP projection (BA English, Newson Mark, DELG, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1130. Lagzi-Kovács Kinga, The Effect of Social Media on Women’s Body Image in the U.S. (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1131. Lais Alicja, White Olympians Preferred (BA American, Feher Reka Dorottya, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1132. Lajos Mátyás György, The concept of intellectual war in the poetry of William Blake: A szellemi harc fogalma William Blake költészetében (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1133. Lakatos Alexandra, Surveillance culture in the United States: Issues surrounding the NSA’s domestic surveillance activities (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1134. Lakatos Fruzsina, English as an international language in intercultural communication (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1135. Lakatos Ráhel Fanni, Keats and medieval romance (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1136. Laki Júlia, Renaissance metaphors of the body: The verbal construction of marginal bodily states in William Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece and John Donne’s Devotions upon Emergent Occasions (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2010, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1137. Lakosi Janka, The presentation of terrorism in the media since the early 2000s (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1138. Lampért Lea, Keats’s Poetry Visualized in Pre-Raphaelite Art (MA English, Kúnos László, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1139. Láng Dóra, Translating puns:: An analysis of the translation of puns in J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1140. Lang Edina, The Human Rights Movements, Political Issues and their Impact on Australian Aboriginal Communities (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1141. Lang Edina, The role of music in autonomous English language learning (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1142. Langner Livia Kata, The Warren Report and the Emergence of Conspiracy Theories (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1143. Lantos Katalin, Attitudes towards learning English – a teacher’s influence (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1144. Lantos Tamás, Religious Overtones in the Visual Representation of Family, Crime and the Pusuit of Happiness in Coppola’s Godfather Trilogy (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1145. Lányi Balázs, American immigration and assimilation: The George S. Kovách story (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1146. Laouar Fairouz, Reactions and Perceptions of Irony for Hungarians and Algerians (MA English, Nora Nemeth Tartsay, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1147. Laouar Hassina, Word Retrieval Experiments to Measure Language Functional Loss (MA English, Katona Laszlo, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1148. Lapkovszki Emília, The relationship between learning styles and foreign language anxiety in a minority context (MA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1149. Lapos Ágnes, The Teacher as Educator: promoting tolerance in the English classroom (MA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1150. Laskay Ferenc, The relationship between the United States and Japan after World War II (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1151. Laskay Ferenc, US-Japanese relations in American strategy (MA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1152. László Balázs, A szimbolikus nyelvi képek meggyőző és behatároló erejének megnyilvánulásai Shakespeare darabjaiban (MA English, Dr. Gellért Marcell, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1153. László Gergely, The dead end of the avant-garde: three decades in the creation of American art (1929-59) (MA American, Zsófia Bán, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1154. László Júlia Roxána, The paradigm of positive thinking in the United States of America (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  1155. László Krisztina, Oppression of women: A comparison of Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1156. Laurencsik Laura, Representation of Women in Chaucer and Modern Adaptations of The Canterbury Tales (BA English, Pikli Natália, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1157. Laurinyecz Klára Andrea, The question of identity in two of Brian Friel’s plays: The effects of personal and global history on personality (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1158. Laurinyecz Klára Andrea, The victorian woman in Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1159. Laykó Dániel, The philosophy of grunge culture: The interpretation of Grunge as a single entity (BA American, Leavey, James, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1160. Lebeskó Edina, What it means to know a word: Depth of vocabulary (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1161. Ledacs-Kiss Lilla, Posztmodern regény vagy történetgyűjtemény? (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1162. Lehel Anna, The taming of the shrew as a metamorphosis of The Beauty and the Beast (MA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1163. Lehel Judit, Heroes, villains and fools in popular culture (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1164. Lehoczki Noémi, Literary Allusions of Eyeless in Gaza by Aldous Huxley (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2017, submitted)
  1165. Leipold Péter Fabó, The comparison of English language teaching programs in Hungarian nursery schools (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1166. Lékai Zsófia, Learner-centred language teaching in ELT in Hungarian secondary education (BA English, Andrews,Mark, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1167. Lelkes Nóra, The reconciliation of a nation - — The reception of Prime Minister Rudd’s Apology to Australia’s indigenous population in the media (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  1168. Lelkes Réka, Isolation in Samuel Beckett’s early prose: 0 (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1169. Lelner Zsófia, Prenominal possessors in English (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1170. Lendvay Zsófia, Language transfer in Hungarians’ written English (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1171. Lengyel Anna Veronika, A brief introduction to the analysis of visual texts (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1172. Lengyel Bálint, Prestige types of standard and non-standard varieties (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1173. Lengyelfi Eszter, All the stories must be told’ - Narration and Temporality in Jeanette Winterson’s Lighthousekeeping and Tanglewreck (BA English, Vesztergom Janina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1174. Lengyel Krisztina, Autonomy and motivation in foreign language learning (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1175. Lengyel Mariann, The manifestation of power relations and manipulation in political discourse (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1176. Lengyel Márk Sándor, An analysis of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages as a framework for language testing purposes (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1177. Lengyel Tamás, The necessity and function of comedy in the theatre of the absurd (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1178. Lengyel Zsófia, Social expectations and gender inequality in the late Victorian period as seen in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1179. Lenner Noémi, Attitudes towards learning English in a group of teenagers (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1180. Lepár Sarolta, The Exact Knowledge of London: Sherlock Holmes as an Urban Explorer (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1181. Lesch Dora Judit, Racial Stereotypes in Academy Award Winning Movies (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1182. Létai Olga Zsuzsanna, Light verbs in the structure of English sentences (BA English, Varga, László, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1183. Lévai Tamara, Language majors’ motivation to learn foreign languages: Non-English majors’ disposition towards English as a lingua franca (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1184. Lídia Biró, Using songs as authentic texts in the English lesson (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1185. Ligetkuti Amanda, Equivalence in the translation of English poems into Hungarian (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1186. Ligetvári András, The Beatles and the US: From love to hate? (BA English, Saltmarsh, Philip, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1187. Ligetvári Tünde Krisztina, The jewish situation in the Light of the Prioress’s Tale (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1188. Lillin Mátyás, English as a Lingua Franca within the EU (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1189. Linczmayer Flóra, Language learning motivation in the modern work environment (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1190. Linka Zsuzsanna Tünde, The glottal stop in English and Danish (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1191. Linszky Franciska Veronika, The Pre-Raphaelite Sisterhood and the Victorian Society: Elizabeth Siddall and Jane Morris (MA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1192. Lipcsey Ágnes, James Joyce’s Dubliners as a sequence of epiphanies and paralysis (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1193. Lipécz Emese Eszter, The English ditransitive construction in different theoretical frameworks (BA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2010, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1194. Litvinenko Elena, Dominant motives in second language learning: An investigation of international students in tertiary education (MA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1195. Liu Naimeng, Lingua franca past and present, with special reference to English as a lingua franca (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1196. Li Yifan, The Chartist Movement and the British Working Class in the Nineteenth Century. Some comparisons with China. (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1197. Lizanecz Judit, Foreign students’ evaluation of school culture and everyday life in Hungary (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1198. Loghin Andrei, Extraterrestrials in American film and television: The female alien: a cultural and psychological analysis (MA American, Bollobas Eniko, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1199. Lóki Emese, Effective business English teaching in the 21st century (BA American, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1200. Lóska Márton, A hideg háború sci-fije (MA English, Farkas Ákos, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1201. Losonczy Dóra, The feminine voice in Sarah Orne Jewett’s ’A White Heron’ (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1202. Lovas Anna, The Connection between Charitable Organizations and Poverty in the United States: Who do Nonprofit Organizations Truly Serve? (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1203. Lugosi Nikolett, The narrational representation of Rebecca Sharp in W. M. Thackeray’s Vanity Fair (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1204. Lukács Dóra, The political fights and evolution of Elizabeth I (BA American, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1205. Lukács Eszter Judit, Critical Questions of Today’s Public Education in the United States (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1206. Lukács Katalin, The corruption of one’s soul: The effects and consequences of superhuman power - based on Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus and Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1207. Lukács Krisztina Piroska, Futuristic visions of power and control in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 and George Orwell’s 1984 (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1208. Lukács Krisztina Piroska, Prohibition and Organized Crime (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1209. Lu Pengyue, The differences between spoken and written grammar for L2 learners (BA English, James Alexander Griffin, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1210. MÁCSAY SZONJA, Lexicography in the 21st century: The major aspects of online dictionaries (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1211. Madarász Boróka Ágota, The relationship between working memory and language learning success (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1212. Maglai Ágnes, Illusion Against Reality in A Streetcar Named Desire: Psychological Analysis on the Characters Who are Subconsciously Victims of Their Own Madness (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1213. Magonyi Magdolna, London during the plague of 1348-49 (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1214. Magos Alexandra, The role of word associations in language acquisition research: characteristics of the mental lexicon (BA English, Dr. Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1215. Magyar Ágnes, The moral development of the ancient mariner (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1216. Magyar Ágnes, The Role of Error Correction Activities and Feedback in Developing Writing Skills (MA Eng teacher, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1217. Magyar Alexandra, The Early stages of language acquisition and the omission of the copula in child English (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2017, reviewed)
  1218. Magyarkuti Anna Mária, The image of the house in Anne Bradstreet’s works: Bodies and body parts as buildings (MA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1219. Magyarkuti Anna Mária, The Trope of the Bridge in the Fiction of Ursula K. Le Guin: The Dichotomy of Isolation and Connection in the Hainish Cycle (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, submitted)
  1220. Magyarkuti Barna Ádám, Scripts and subjectivity in Michael Cunningham’s “A home at the end of the world” and “The hours" (MA English, Bollobás, Enikő, DAS, 2014, submitted)
  1221. Magyarkuti Barna, Interpretation and evaluation: implied authors in select novels of Anthony Burgess (BA American, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1222. Magyar Szilvia, Adaptations of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in music (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1223. Mahdi Azer Mohamed Nadjib, The Impact of the First World War on the Social Status and Education of Women (MA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1224. Majdanics Antal, Chaucer’s humour in the Canterbury tales (BA English, Pikli Natalia, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1225. Majdanics Antal, Free Will and Responsibility in Shakespearian Tragedies (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1226. MAJDÁN ZSUZSANNA, A prózairodalom érzelmi, társas és kognitív hatásai (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1227. Majercsik Zsuzsa, Vocabulary learning strategies for adults (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1228. Majer Katalin, Motivational forces behind choosing an English bilingual secondary school (BA English, Edwards Melinda, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1229. Major Erzsébet, The characteristics of English in the institutions of the European Union: An overview of recent research on the use of terminology. (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1230. Majoros Dániel, The history of English language advertisement (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1231. Majoros Ivett, An ’Unpleasant’ Play: the representation of the ’New Woman’ in G. B. Shaw’s Mrs. Warren’s Profession (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1232. Major Réka, Archetypes of otherness in contemporary British fiction: Inner Goddesses in A. S. Byatt’s Possession (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1233. Major Réka, These eyes are but close to look within’: The reception of Shakespeare in Byron’s Manfred (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1234. Majtényi Judit Anna, The development of freedom of speech in the United States (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1235. Makai Gabriella, Dialectal features in the speech of U.S. presidents (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1236. Maklári Kinga, Construction of Male and Female Roles in Sherlock Holmes Stories and Adaptations (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1237. Makszim Botond, Djs in the British and in the Hungarian entertainment industry - a comparison (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1238. Malik Vivien, English as a lingua franca: reasons and consequences (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1239. Malnar Lucija, Transnationality and Irish Identity in Thomas Morris’s Dubliners 100 (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1240. Málnási Csizmadia Anna, Why English? English as a Foreign Language for Students with Special Needs (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1241. Malustyik Klára, Interpretation of classic cultural elements in the songs of a modern British rock band (BA English, dr. Szabó Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1242. Mammadov Shahriyar, Australia at crossroads:decline of British and the rise of American influence during and after world war II (MA Eng teacher, Cecilia Gall, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1243. Mamontova Darja, Bilingual education and language policies of the United States (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1244. Manninger Mária, Typical Hungarian mistakes in the pronunciation of English vowels: Mispronunciations caused by the different vowel inventories and rules in the two languages (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2011, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1245. Manninger Mónika, Cultural issues in colonial Zimbabwe: effects of colonization on African identity: dealing with the nervous conditions of hybridity (BA English, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1246. Máramarosi Lili, Travelling into Devolution: H.G. Wells’s The Time Machine (BA English, Dr. Szalay Krisztina Mária, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1247. Máray Kitty Orsolya, Connections between religion and paralysis in Dubliners by James Joyce (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1248. Marciniak Orsolya Nóra, Celtic heritage in Ireland 21st century (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1249. Marcis Anita, Issues of identity in English as a lingua franca (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1250. Marco Canton, Without contraries is no progression: The utilization of contraries in Romantic poetry (BA English, Komaromi Zsolt, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1251. Margitay Zsófia, Language learning motivation in a bilingual school: The effects of cultural experiences on students’ motivation (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1252. Marian Habriella, The role of social and historical processes in the development of Australian literature at the turn of the 20th century (MA English, Cecilia Gall, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  1253. Markó Eszter, Gender representation in the female Gothic novel (MA Eng teacher, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1254. Márkovity Teodóra, The motifs of abuse in Wuthering Heights (BA English, dr. Janczer Dóra, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1255. Márkus Flóra, Organising the Great Exhibition of 1851 (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1256. Márkus Mónika, Narrativity and Family Fiction—Jonathan Franzen’s Novels (MA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1257. Márkus Réka, Recruiting the sidelines: The close tie between the American military and American professional sports (BA American, Hoversen William, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1258. Márky Mónika, Second Language Acquisition of Adult Learners for Specific Purposes in Working Environment (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1259. Már Nóra Patrícia, The role of symbols in nation building: patriotic songs in the United States (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1260. Marton Boglárka, Phonological changes conditioned by syllabic position (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  1261. Márton Dorottya, In search of a 19th century utopia: comparing Bellamy and Morris (BA American, Farkas Ákos, DAS, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1262. Márton Georgina, The legal requirement of holding a B2 level language certificate for a university degree in Hungary: a blessing or a curse? (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1263. Marzolla Ellinor Noemi, The Stability of the Feminist Framework in Sitcoms from the 1990s until 2018 (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1264. Masri Muhammad, Self-regulation in study abroad: The investigation of Indonesian students in English-Medium instruction courses in Hungary (MA English, Csizer Kata, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1265. Máthé Csongor, Pearl Harbor: Two and a Half Waves (BA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1266. Máthé Kiss Simona, Tragic Joy: A Comparative Analysis on John Keats’ “Ode on a Grecian Urn” and W. B. Yeats’ "Sailing to Byzantium" (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1267. Máthé Nóra, The Effects of Music on the Language Learning of Young Learners (BA English, Major Éva, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1268. Máthé Orsolya Klára, The effect of foreign language anxiety on speaking performance: Comparing university foreign language learners in the United States of America, Asia, and the Middle-East (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1269. Matolcsi Anna, Angolszász kulturális hatások a magyar vizuális médiában (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1270. Mátrai Ágnes, Attitudes to love in Wyatt’s and Surrey’s adaptations of Petrarch’s Sonnet 140 (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1271. Mátrai Csilla, The link between musical intelligence and language learning aptitude: Do musically gifted people have an advantage in foreign language learning? (BA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1272. Mátrai Eszter, Kids with Guns: Gun Culture and Gun Violence in the United States of America in the Wake of School Shootings (BA English, Cseh Dániel, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1273. Mátrai Nóra Anna, Reflections on British humour through television and film comedies (BA English, Asbóth László, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1274. Mátrai Nóra Anna, ’Crowd-tickler’: The Significance of Humour and Popular Culture in Stoppardian Drama: With Particular Regard to The Real Inspector Hound (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1275. Matula Krisztina, Understanding Englishness through humour (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1276. Matuszka Fanni, Rock songs and lyrics in vocabulary building (BA English, Medgyes Péter, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1277. Matuz Bence Márton, The automotive culture of English-speaking countries (BA English, Suff, Matthew, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1278. Matuz Bence Márton, The Car as a Part of Identity and Cultural Signifier in Australia (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1279. Mayer Zoé, English as a global language through the eyes of university students of English in Hungary: New models for language learning? (BA English, Veljanovszki Dávid, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1280. Mazurka Gabriella, Narrative focalization in William Golding’s fiction: The Inheritors (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1281. Medgyesi Péter, American-Hungarian relations: The case of 1956 (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1282. Medgyesi Tímea, Culture shock as experienced by foreign students of ELTE (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1283. Medzibrodszky Alexandra, Story and history: The reconciliation of realist and postmodern approaches in Julian Barnes’s fiction (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1284. Megyesi Flóra, The Internationalization of the FBI (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1285. Melcher Alexandra, The presence of fairy and folk tales in Ireland’s modern culture (BA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1286. Menczer Izabella, Focus, definiteness and relative clauses in there-sentences (BA American, Newson Mark, DELG, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1287. Mendly András Dániel, “Circe”: Joyce’s dramatic manifesto (MA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1288. Mendly András, Oscar Wilde and the tradition of Restoration comedy (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1289. Mentes Júlia Virgínia, Variation in English phonology: Internal and external conditioning of phonological variation with particular focus on t,d-deletion (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1290. Menyhárt Gábor, Angela Carter’s non-fiction: literary values (MA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1291. Menyhárt Gábor, Strange fits of passion: the ’Lucy Poems’ of William Wordsworth (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1292. Menyhárt Zsanett Vanda, The Causes of the Spanish-American War (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1293. Merfelsz Dóra, Differences in Second Language Acquisition between child and adult language learners: A psycholinguistic perspective (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1294. Mészáros Anett, Henry VIII’s diplomacy with France: The influence of Thomas Wolsey (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1295. Mészáros Anett, Language aptitude and working memory in children (MA English, Albert Ágnes Erzsébet, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1296. Mészáros Anna Lilla, Gender and communication in the U.S.: The expression of male dominance in interpersonal communication (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1297. Mészáros Barbara, The problems of teaching English to very young learners: The connection between social background and second language learning of children between four and six (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1298. Mészáros Beáta, Vampires: then and now, monsters or heroes? (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1299. Mészáros Dorina, Aspects of analysing English language coursebooks (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1300. Mészáros Erika, Intercultural misunderstandings in the English-Hungarian context (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1301. Mészáros Éva, The changing role of museums in British society (MA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1302. Mészáros Éva, Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury’s Miracles and the Circumstances of his Martyrdom: The antecedents and main events of the Becket-controversy and an examination of Thomas Becket’s sanctity (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1303. Mészáros Orsolya, Under the gaze of the tyrant: Destruction of the authentic self in Orwell’s 1984 (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1304. Mészáros Péter, The restoration of Treme after Hurricane Katrina: Rebuilding the Cultural Center of the South (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1305. Meszlényi Tamás, Language Teachers’ and Learners’ Perceptions of English as a Lingua Franca (BA English, Öveges Enikő, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1306. Mezősy Tímea Viktória, Methods of effective vocabulary acquisition: Mobile device as a study tool during learning (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1307. Mezei Lilla, Investigating Foreign Language Anxiety (FLA) Based on Learners’ Linguistic Background and the Foreign Language Being Learnt (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1308. Mich Teodóra, Theories of Distribution of Pronouns (BA English, Dr. Newson Mark, DELG, 2018, reviewed)
  1309. Mihajlovic Mihaela, Stereotypes of african-americans in us tv shows: The rise of the african-american stereotypes through popular situation comedies (BA American, William Hoversen, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1310. Mihályi István Mátyás, Aboriginal land rights in Australia (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2019, submitted)
  1311. Miklós Ákos Ernő, Sin and Corruption in Shakespearean Drama: Evil in Macbeth and King Lear (MA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1312. Miklós Csenge Diána, The suppression of thought and identity in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1313. Miklós Éva, The status of English as a foreign language among young people in Hungary (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1314. Miklósfalvi Anna, The narrative structure of Julian Barnes’s A History of the World in 10˝ Chapters (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1315. Miklós-Illés Balázs, The Joycean Epiphany in Dubliners: A futile or momentous experience? (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1316. Miklós Petra Alexandra, The Effect of Gamification on Second Language Learners’ Motivation (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1317. Mikó Katalin, Asexuality in fiction: Holden Caulfield’s Journey in Greyness (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1318. Millich Zsófi, Representations of the migrant crisis in the English speaking media (BA English, Thurmer, Andrea, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1319. Miskovicz Ákos Gál, A comparative analysis of American cultural borrowings in Hungarian travel guides (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1320. Miszoglád Éva, Female serial killers in the United States: The Invisible Killer (MA American, Ryan James, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1321. Miszoglád Éva, Investigating ’success’ with very young learners of English (BA American, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1322. Mitlasovszki Csilla, The theme of rebirth in Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1323. Mitring Tímea Dominika, Changes in approaches to the Critical Period Hypothesis (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1324. Módis Dóra, From play to pain - the aesthetics of beauty and suffering in Oscar Wilde’s works (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1325. Modori Dorottya Réka, The representation of solitude in modern dystopian fiction: Nineteen Eighty-four versus Brave New World (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1326. Mogyorósi Dalma, Phrasal verbs as conceptual constructs in English language coursebooks in Hungary (MA English, Putz Orsolya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1327. Mohi Eszter, Sign language and spoken language bilingualism: Investigating bimodal bilingualism (BA English, Albert, Ágnes, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1328. Mokos Dorottya, What Hungarians need to know to communicate successfully with American and Japanese people (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1329. MOLAEE MANIA, The Importance of “The Bush” in Australian Culture: The Importance of "The Bush" in Australian Culture (MA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1330. Molics Bernadett, The effects of L2 on L1 in bilingual highschools (BA English, Christopher Ryan, DELP, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1331. Molnár Ádám Boldizsár, Storytelling on the stage: narrative techniques in the dramaturgy of The Pillowman (BA American, Pikli Natália, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1332. Molnár Ágnes, Social issues in the Aboriginal communities in Australia today (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1333. Molnár Ágnes, Varieties of English in coursebook listening tasks (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1334. Molnár Anna, The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus in light of the Bible (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1335. Molnár Bálintné, Features of Business English: The characteristics of the English language in written business discourse (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1336. Molnár Fruzsina, Blake and ideas of gender (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1337. Molnár Fruzsina, The Lamb - a motif in William Blake’s poetry (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1338. Molnár Hajnalka, Mexican immigration to the US (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1339. Molnár Judit, The importance of motivation in language learning: A study on the motivational profiles of high-achieving students (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2011, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1340. Molnár Judit Réka, Online Privacy in the United States (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  1341. Molnár Kitti, The main tendencies concerning English examinations available in Hungary (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1342. Molnár Péter, The Mexican American civil rights movement: The Fourteenth Amendment in principles and practice (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1343. Molnár Tünde, “Lone, wild and strange”: The origin and characteristics of the Byronic hero (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1344. Molnár Violetta Erzsébet, The portrait of the unconventional woman in the novels of Charlotte Brontë (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1345. Molvay Kinga, The treatment of tense in the representation of the English sentence (BA English, Varga László, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  1346. Mongyi Norbert József, Geoffrey Chaucer: The Reeve’s Tale and its analogues (BA English, Scholz Lászlóné Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1347. MONTENEGRO PINZON NICOLAS ALEXANDER, Rationality in Game Theory (MA English, Kóhegy, Gergely, DAS, 2017, submitted)
  1348. Monzi Norina, Chance and change: barriers to self-fulfilment in Thomas Hardy’s novels (Tess of the D’Urbervilles and Jude, the Obscure) (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1349. Moór Anna Katalin, The process of speech production: How to understand it through the slips of the tongue? (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1350. Mórász Balázs, James Stephens’ God as portrayed in ’The Lonely God’ (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1351. Mórocz Mónika, Second Language Acquisition: Do Children have a Secret for it? (BA American, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1352. Morován Júlia, Joyce and the Hungarians (BA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1353. Morvai Hunor, Early horror literature: The Legacy of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in E.A. Poe’s and H.P. Lovecraft’s works (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1354. Mózner László, Investigating the field of English language teaching in Hungary (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1355. Multasz Noémi, The complex relationship of language learning aptitude and intelligence (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1356. Mundy András, Hungarian peace initiatives towards the Anglo-Saxon powers (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1357. Muto Eliza, Cross-cultural perspectives of 19th century British women writers in Muslim India (MA English, Leavey James, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1358. müller máté, Just filling up space: Violence and consumerism in American Psycho (BA English, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1359. Müller Péter, Adapting Macbeth: Shakespeare on the big screen (MA English, Kállay Géza, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1360. Müller Péter, Medieval tales on the big screen: The history of the character of Robin Hood (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1361. Nagy Adrienn, Popular diets in the United States (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1362. Nagy Ákos, No child left behind: a guideline taking U.S. education system in a good but incomplete direction: A guideline taking U.S. education system in a good but incomplete direction (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1363. Nagy Alexandra Erzsébet, Autonomous learning opportunities in Hungary for learners of English (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1364. Nagy Anna Rózsa, Minorities and American higher education (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1365. Nagy Áron Gyula, Challenges to the US Senate (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1366. Nagy Balázs, Defusing the Cuban Missile Crisis: diplomacy at work (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1367. Nagy Bence, Growing up in the digital age: Changes in education from electronic media to E-learning (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1368. Nagy Bernadett Ágnes, The theme of alienation in Heart of Darkness and in The Hollow Men (BA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1369. Nagy Boglárka, Guilt and morality in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1370. Nagy Boglárka, Typical “Hunglish” mistakes in writing (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1371. Nagy Dániel, E-learning in the Digital Age: a review of computer based learning strategies (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1372. Nagy Dóra, American core values reflected in songs (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1373. Nagy Dóra, Cinderella recast: Cordelia, Christabel and Ashputtle (MA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1374. Nagy Dóra, Discriminatory Issues in 21st Century United States Media: Representations of Gender, Race and Disability in Video Games (MA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1375. Nagy Dorina Anna, The language of influencers: The power of communication tools (BA American, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1376. Nagy Edina, Alfred Tennyson: ’The Lady of Shalott’ from the aspect of Lancelot (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1377. Nagy Eszter Fruzsina, Second-Generation Immigrants in the United States (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1378. Nagy Éva, Narrative suspense and the vampire characters in Bram Stoker’s Dracula (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1379. Nagy Evelin, Working morals and traditions in England (BA English, Saltmarsh, Philip, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1380. Nagy Flóra Ilka, The teachability of learning strategies in the EFL classroom (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1381. Nagy Flóra, A phenomenological analysis of William Faulkner’s “Barn Burning” (BA English, Fejérvári, Boldizsár, DES, 2017, submitted)
  1382. Nagy Gabriella Hajnalka, Investigating the treatment of modal auxiliary verbs in current coursebooks (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1383. Nagy Gergő, The effect of social network on the speaker’s language use (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1384. Nagy Gergely, Shane Meadows’ England (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1385. Nagy-György Borbála, A vogue history: The contribution of seven all-women editors to the success of Vogue Magazine (BA American, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1386. Nagyházi Ádám, Language policy in the post-Brexit European Union (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1387. Nagyházi-Soóky Anna, The reality of the absurd in the plays of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter and Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1388. Nagy Kinga, Education policy in Australia: the Gonski report (BA English, Gall, Cecília, DELP, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1389. Nagy Laura, Do you understand what I am saying? - Accents of English: RP, GA, and the diphthongisation in Long Island (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1390. Nagy Linda, The role of lexical chunks in language learning (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1391. Nagy Lívia, Positive Effects of Homeschooling on the Academic Achievements of Minorities in the United States: Positive Effects of Homeschooling on the Academic Achievements of Minorities in the United States (MA English, Stanley A. Ward, DAS, 2017, submitted)
  1392. Nagy Luca, Applying Levelt’s Model of Speech Production in the case of Bipolar Patients (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1393. Nagy Máté, The post-9/11 world and the War on Terror (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1394. Nagy Máté, Violence on the British screen (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1395. Nagy Miklós, Gender Representation in Comic Books (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1396. Nagy Nóra, Mental captivity and manipulation in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1397. Nagy Nóra Orsolya, Educational inequality in the U.S.: The Mexican Experience (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1398. Nagy Norbert Zoltán, The myth of Philomena in English literature with focus on Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1399. Nagy Orsolya, The development of the bilingual mental lexicon (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1400. Nagy Péter Gergely, An examination of feminism in the novels of Muriel Spark (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1401. Nagy Péter, Occurence of popular political ideas in Tudor literature: The influence of Seneca and Machiavelli on Tudor drama (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1402. Nagy Réka, Decision making processes of the United Stated Supreme Court (BA American, Szabó, Éva Eszter, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1403. Nagy Réka, Football as a social phenomenon in Great Britain (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1404. Nagy Réka, Narrative and context in the Sherlock Holmes-stories: The theme of intelligence and equality in “Scandal in Bohemia” and in “The Final Problem” (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1405. Nagy Réka, The impact of the intercultural environment on personal development (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1406. Nagy Robin, Postcolonial foreign policy at work: Australian foreign policy paradigms as a colonial inheritance and their manifestation in Australia-Europe relations (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1407. Nagy Robin, The dark side of the British Empire: the Second Boer War and its concentration camps (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1408. Nagy Sára, Sense and sensuality in Shakespeare’s Othello (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1409. Nagy-Tóth Veronika, Demand and supply of English language skills in the corporate world: a case study (MA Eng teacher, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1410. Nagyváradi Szabina, The role of memory in two poems by William Wordsworth: The analysis of Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey and I wandered lonely as a Cloud (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1411. Nagy Veronika, The 18th-century woman in the novels of Daniel Defoe: Analysis of contemporary woman issues in Daniel Defoe’s two novels, Moll Flanders and Roxana (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1412. Nagy Viktória, The Question of Multiculturalism in Canada during the Office of Pierre Elliott Trudeau (BA English, Thürmer Andrea Gabrielle, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1413. Nagy Zita, The phonological effects of liquids on surrounding sounds in Swedish and English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1414. Nagy Zoltán, EFL students’ summary writing skills: recurring problems (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1415. Nagy Zsófia, English-language movies and series as a tool for autonomous language learning (BA English, Christopher Ryan, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1416. Nagy Zsófia, From the noble to the poor blind beggar’: Shakespearean influences in Pushkin’s Boris Godunov (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1417. Natsume Shigeto, Lessons to be learnt from the ultimate good language learner: the polyglot (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1418. Navratyil Tímea, The relationship between political power and individuals in dystopian literature (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1419. Nedelov Mónika, English language learners and the process of acculturation – A review of the literature (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1420. Nemesfalvi Adél, Integrated Deaf and Hard-of-hearing students and their motivation to learn a foreign language (MA English, Wein Katalin, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1421. Nemesfalvi Adél, Translating English idioms into Hungarian (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1422. Nemes-Nagy Ádám, The changing construct of language aptitude (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1423. Németh Erzsébet, Charismatic female characters in William Shakespeare’s dramas (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1424. Németh Evelyn Ottilia, Border Security in U.S. - Mexican Relations (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1425. Németh Fanni, “Lament for Art O’Leary” in the keening traditions of Ireland (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1426. Németh Fanni, The motif of paralysis and the theme of routine and imprisonment in James Joyce’s Dubliners (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1427. Németh Gábor Csaba, Features of English Automotive Language (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1428. Németh Gyöngyi, Language and creative strategies of Guinness advertisements: A linguistic evaluation of British posters (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1429. Németh György József, Teacher motivation and its impact on student motivation (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1430. Németh István, A comparative analysis of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and Plato’s The Simile of the Cave (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1431. Németh Katalin Zsófia, The phonology of English loanwords in Italian (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  1432. Németh Noémi Luca, The effect of participating in mobility projects of the erasmus+ programme on non-native english speakers’ attitude towards language use (BA English, Ford Monika, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1433. Németh Nóra, Typical mistakes of Hungarian learners of English (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1434. Németh Orsolya, A comparison of Catherine Earnshaw and Catherine Linton in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1435. Németh Regina Eszter, Bilingual schooling from the students’ perspectives (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1436. Németh Réka, The difficulties of developing learner autonomy in language learning (BA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1437. Németh Viktória Dóra, English as a Lingua Franca in an International Kindergarten (BA English, Révész Judit, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1438. Németh Virág, Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal: the role of the NIRA (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1439. Németh Virág, Perceptions of American intelligence agencies on film (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1440. Némety Pál, Secret conversations: Diplomatic issues between Britain and France before World War I (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1441. Ness Simon Andrew, The relationship between motivation, self-efficacy and foreign language anxiety: An investigation of non-native English teachers (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1442. Netoleczky Nóra, The language learning beliefs and strategies of students in a dual language education program (MA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1443. Netoleczky Nóra, Translation in school: the effectiveness of doing it in groups in secondary education (BA English, Loftus, Mark, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1444. Nguyen Dang Nóra Lien, Emphatic do in Syntax First Alignment System (BA English, Newson, Mark, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  1445. Nguyen Krisztina, Language learning with new technologies: Classroom-based foreign language learning complemented by Web 2.0 (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1446. Niedetzky Gabriella, A magyar nyelv használata az angol órán (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1447. Niedetzky Gabriella, Second language learning motivation of a student with dysgraphia: A case study investigation (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1448. Nigro Louiza, Assessing Writing Skills in MOOCs (BA English, Nora Tersayne Nemeth, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1449. Nigro Louiza, Assessing Writing Skills in MOOCs (MA English, Nora Tersayne Nemeth, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1450. Nikolics Dávid, Tragedy in Wuthering Heights (BA English, Scholz Lászlóné, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1451. Nochta Judit Klaudia, The Influence of American English on British English (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1452. Nogach Kristina, The cross-cultural adjustment of native English teachers in Budapest (MA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1453. Nor-Soho Edrise, Teacher’s and students’ attitude towards task-based language teaching (MA Eng teacher, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2011, submitted)
  1454. Novacsek Zsófia, Rowling’s fusion of the real and magical (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1455. Novák Dóra Vanda, The 2012 Presidential Election in the United States: the unsuccessful Republican campaign in the country where radically expanding minorities will determine politics in the future centuries (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1456. Nyaka Imre, Jonestown and Waco in American Religious and Cultural History (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1457. Nyáradi Lenke, The Stolen Generations depicted in Australian cultural documents (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1458. Nyenyestán Rita, Survey of a group of mixed learners (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1459. Nyerges Andrea, Friendship and commitment in the Canterbury Tales (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1460. Nyilas Andrea, Ethics in journalism: Ethical dilemmas in the Watergate case (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1461. Nyitrai Tamás, English as a lingua franca and its implications for English language teaching (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1462. Nyulasi Petra, The Changing Reception of Nineteenth-century Literature through the Art of Jane Austen and the Brontë Sisters (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1463. Nyuli Anna, The English language needs and challenges of Hungarian EFL users at an international business company (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1464. Nyúl Veronika Éva, Female characters in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s short fiction (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1465. Obsuszt Emese, Human Consciousness and Music in Robert J. Sawyer’s Mindscan (2005) (BA English, Panka Dániel, DELP, 2019, reviewed)
  1466. Ocsenás Alica, A comparison of finite and non-finite clauses in English and in Hungarian (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  1467. Ogl Anna, Classicism and romanticism in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1468. Oláh Gréta, The Changes in the Interpretations of Civil Rights after 9/11 (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1469. Oláh Nikoletta, Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation: Hungarian yes/no questions on the basis of English intonation (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  1470. Oláh Richárd, The Haunted House Symbol in 19th Century English Literature (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1471. Ondrék József, The importance of motorsports in Australian culture (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1472. Ónodi Krisztián, English as a pro-drop language:: Syntactic approaches to subject omission in the diary register (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  1473. Oravecz Daniella Boglárka, Evolving Canadian Multiculturalism: its Current State, Values and Future Prospects (BA English, Thürmer Andrea, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1474. Orbán Bernadett, The postition of Maori women in New Zealand society: before and after colonisation (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1475. Orbán Fanni Katalin, Victor and the creature: double identity? (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1476. Orbán Flóra Lídia, Gender roles in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1477. Orbán Flóra Lídia, Interpreting Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations: A study of Estella (MA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1478. Orbán Gabriella, Language learning through films and series (BA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1479. Orbán Nikoletta, Ascension’ of the oppressed: a compare and contrast analysis of George Orwell’s 1984 and an Orison of Sonmi-451 from the Novel Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1480. Orbán Nikoletta, Fanny Burney’s Evelina: An Interpretation of Physical Contacts (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1481. Ordacsi Fruzsina Krisztina, Analyzing the efficiency of the british council’s language learning games (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1482. Ordanic Dora, American Drag Culture (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1483. Orosz Emília, “Shakespeare is just Western Kabuki” (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, reviewed)
  1484. Oroszi Márk, The development of the methodology of forensic linguistics (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1485. Oroszi Tímea, The U.S. Perception of Recent Russian-Ukrainian Conflicts (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1486. Orosz Nikolett, The russian influence upon Virginia Woolf (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1487. Osztolykán Róbert, The Spiritual Blake: How imagination can shape reality? (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1488. Oszvald Emma, Women and Magic in Shakespeare’s Plays (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1489. Otrok Zsófia, A cognitive linguistic analysis of H.D.’s Greek heroines: The metaphorical monologues of Eurydice and Phaedra (MA American, Kövecses, Zoltán, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1490. Otrok Zsófia, Disintegrating families in the novels of William Faulkner and John Steinbeck (BA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1491. Ovajka Gábor, The translation of audiovisual humour with special reference to how i met your mother (BA English, Papp Andrea, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1492. Óvári Vera Anna, The use of media in learning a foreign language (BA English, Révész Judit, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1493. Ölveczky Ildikó Anita, The effect of age and L2 on L3 acquisition (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1494. Ömürgönülsen Günes, Shakespeare’s Display of Evil in Three Movie Adaptations by Polanski, Goold, Kurzel (BA English, Márta Hargitai, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1495. Padányi Andrea, Japanese culture in America: Japanese Anime in the United States (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1496. Pádár András, Latest representation of sociopaths in British films: The case study of ’Simon’ and ’Kevin’ (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1497. Pahocsa Nikolett, Intercultural communication: The attitude towards silence in different cultures in light of politeness (BA English, Szabó Helga, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1498. Pahocsa Nikolett, Intercultural differences: Comparing the language politeness between English and Hungarian (BA English, Szabó Helga, DELP, 2013, submitted)
  1499. Pakucs Kamilla, Big Data helps Governmental Transparency in the United States (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1500. Pál Andrea, Discourse of illness in the poetry of John Donne: Cause and consequence: sin and death (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1501. Pál Andrea, Saints and lovers: the rhetoric of persuasion in John Donne’s poetry (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1502. Palatinus Andrea, Culture in course books: Links between globalisation and culture teaching (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1503. Palatinus Andrea, The reception of English humour in a Hungarian audience (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1504. Pál Barbara, Bringing culture into the English class (BA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1505. Pál Barbara, How to use a coursebook in ELT? (MA Eng teacher, Major Éva, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1506. Pálchuber Enikő Zsófia, The Inflation of Darth Vader’s Character in the Star Wars Films (BA American, Velich Andrea, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1507. Pálfy Antal, Typical mistakes made by Hungarians in English and their causes (BA American, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1508. Pálfy Lilla, Latin American Immigration to the United States: Challenges of Immigrants’ Access to Higher Education (BA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1509. Páli András, Irony and totalitarian society in Tibor Fischer’s Under The Frog (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1510. Páli András, The representation of Australia’s war-time contribution on screen and in fiction (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1511. Pálinkás Eszter, English Bilingual Education in Hungary (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1512. Pál Ivett, The role of English-language commercials and advertisements in Hungary (BA English, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1513. Páljános Flóra Janka, Poetry and art in Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s work (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1514. Paljas Kreet, Representation of time and memory in The Hours by Michael Cunningham and The Hours by Stephen Daldry (BA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1515. Palkovics Júlia, The analysis of representation in Australin colonial literature (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1516. Pallay Mária, Post-World War II masculinity in American fiction (MA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1517. Pálmai Tamás, Reasons behind teenage language learners’ anxiety in oral performance settings (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1518. Pálos Kinga, Position of the UK in the European Union (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1519. Palúch Tamás, Native Americans and the French and Indian War (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1520. Panahova Sevda, The Role of Art in Tudor History:Stained Glass (MA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1521. Pándi Julianna Sarolta, Flapping in American English: a theoretical approach: Intervocalic flapping of alveolar stops (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  1522. Panka Dániel, Do androids dream of Blade Runners?: An investigation into the concept of the postmodern android (MA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1523. Panka Dániel, Flesh and oil: The evolution of the relationship between man and machine at the beginning of the twentieth century (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1524. Pápai Dávid, Resisting normative power: Foucault, Herculine Barbin and Counter-memory (MA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1525. Pápai Dávid, Two Victorian love sonnets: Sonnet XLIII by Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Silent Noon by Dante Gabriel Rossetti (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1526. Pap Erika Zsuzsanna, Learner autonomy in the technological era (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1527. Pap István, The reconstruction of the Frontier Myth in Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1528. Pap József, Brave New Religion: Religious distortions in Aldous Huxley’s selected novels (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1529. Pap József, Cease Fire!: The presence of violence and the demand of peace in the literature of the Northern Irish Troubles (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1530. Pap Kristóf, The Use of Internet and Other Web-based Instruments in Second Language Acquisition (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2015, reviewed)
  1531. Papp Ágnes, Constructions of childhood piety in Blake and Wesley: The Lamb (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1532. Papp Ágnes, My mother taught me underneath a tree’: Children in the works of Blake and of his contemporaries (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1533. Papp Csilla, The advantages and disadvantages of English spelling (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  1534. Papp Dávid, Strategies of translating sports-related expressions (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1535. Papp Dóra, Intrusive /r/ and its role as a possible hiatus-filler consonant (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2017, reviewed)
  1536. Papp Dóra, Stereotypes of witches represented in contemporary American literature: Melisandre, the enchanting sorceress (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1537. Papp Eszter, English as a Lingua Franca in Business Communication: Cultural Differences and Similarities in BELF Communication in Asia and Europe (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1538. Papp Fruzsina, Dreams and visions in John Keats’s poetry (MA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1539. Papp Fruzsina, The Use of Greek Mythology in John Keats’s Hyperion-poems (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1540. Papp Katalin Paula, Varieties of absurdity in Beckett and Pinter (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1541. Papp Loránd, Investigating advanced learners’ language anxiety using an idiodynamic approach (MA English, Brózik-Piniel, Katalin, DEAL, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1542. Papp Loránd, Motivation as the key factor in adult second language learning (BA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1543. Papp Luca, How the American Dream is reflected in today’s American society: Empirical research based on interviews (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1544. Papp Renáta, Challenges Foreign Students are Faced with During Their English Studies at a Hungarian University (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1545. Papp Renáta, The comparison of two lingua francas: English and Latin (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1546. Papp Szilvia, The importance of memory and the past in Samuel Beckett’s dramas (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1547. Papp Tímea, Black or white: mixed messages from Michael Jackson (BA English, Saltmarsh, Philip, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1548. Papp Zoltán, Language learning and motivational differences between the different generations of language teachers (MA English, Tartsay Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1549. Papp Zsófia Panna, Military Veterans in United States Society (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1550. Parahnenko Ivanna Szerhijivna, Code-switching in bilingualism (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1551. Parall Richárd Benjámin, Compounds in English: Their characteristics, categories and boundaries (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1552. Paripás Gréta, Anti-Intellectualism in the Secondary Education of the United States of America (BA American, William Hoversen, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  1553. Párkányi Attila, Route 66: The main street of America (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1554. Paróczi Evelin, Linguistic features of ELF in different varieties of English (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1555. Pártay Gregory, Politics and literature: The art of political writing in George Orwell’s works (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1556. Partay Robert Dennis, The monetary purpose and consequence of Margaret Thatcher’s conflict with the European Economic Community (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1557. Paskuj Panna, Comedy or Tragedy? The role of Revenge and Blood in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Titus Andronicus (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1558. Pásztai Vivien, The linguistic landscape in Hungary (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1559. Pasztirák Panna Éva, The coexistence of vulgar and refined in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1560. Pásztor Tímea, The effects of teacher motivation on learner motivation (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1561. Pásztóy Adrienn, Anne Brontë’s overshadowed place in the literary canon (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1562. Pásztóy Adrienn, The straitlaced Victorian domestic woman and her representation in contemporaneous literature (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1563. Pataki Bella, Integrating Facebook into EFL classrooms: advantages and downsides (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1564. Pataki Petra Gabriella, Yod-dropping across English accents: What about the unstressed syllables? (BA English, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2019, reviewed)
  1565. Pataky Éva, On the laryngeal contrast of English plosives (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1566. Pattantyús-Ábrahám Lőrinc, Scotland: the effect of devolution on sport (BA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1567. Pauli Zsófia, The age factor in second language learning: Does younger mean better? (BA English, Buchan, Hamish, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1568. Pázsit Angelika, Creator and Creation: Shelleyan Echoes in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray (MA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1569. Pázsit Angelika, The major role of sister bonding in Jane Austen’s Novel Sense and Sensibility (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1570. Pecsenka Lilla Dorottya, Female characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1571. Pék Alexandra, The influence of the Internet on language learning (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1572. Peka Virág, The road to Brexit: Changes of attitudes and identities in British society - Britishness, Europeanness and the Special Relationship (BA American, Veljanovszki Dávid, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1573. Pék Júlia Katalin, Differences in the language used in television commercials reaching out for the female and male audience (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  1574. Pék Júlia, Class Society in Britain as Represented in Alan Sillitoe’s Works: The Family Scene (BA English, Szalay Krisztina Mária, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1575. Pék Vivien Zsuzsanna, Why is Hungary lagging behind in foreign language learning? (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1576. Pénzes Dóra, Ergativity in English and Spanish (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1577. Pénzes Dóra, Teaching Experience in Finland: An Interview Study on the Situation of Dyslexic Students in the Finnish Education System (MA Eng teacher, Major Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1578. Pereszlényi Anna, Jane Austen’s happy endings (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1579. Peringer Tamás Gábor, American slang and its influence on English varieties nowadays (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1580. Perjés Fanni Viktória, American foreign policy towards the Islamic State (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1581. Perjés Fanni Viktória, The Role of the United States in the future of Syria (MA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1582. Pesenyánszki Bence, Police culture in the United States of America: The broader relations of “the town’s own grenade launcher” and the likes of Eric Garner (MA English, Réka Fehér, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1583. Pesenyánszki Bence, The controversy of death penalty in the United States of America (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1584. Pető Zsanett, Split between essence and appearance in The Picture of Dorian Gray (MA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1585. Pete Barbara, The importance of the engagement period and the early years of marriage in D.H. Lawrence’s The Rainbow (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1586. Pete-Pikó Klára, Princess Diana-Is she a role model? (BA English, Hoffmann Dorothy, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1587. Pétercsák Réka, Positive and negative politeness strategies in Portuguese and English (BA English, Edwards Melinda, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1588. Péter Evelin Erzsébet, Language specific access in phonological analysis (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  1589. Peter Krisztina Karolina, Social integration in Aldous Huxley Brave New World (BA English, Cziganyik, Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1590. Péter-Szabó Csilla, Marriage and widowhood in late medieval England (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1591. Pethő Anna, Social Concerns in the Poetry of Carol Ann Duffy (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1592. Pethő Attila, Written summarisation: Problems and obstacles in the process of writing summaries (BA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1593. Petrák Fanni, The portable instructor: Angela Carter’s influence on Anne Enright (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1594. Petrák Fanni, Tracing Her Footsteps: Post-apocalyptic and Post-traumatic Female Representations in Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1595. Petrovics Krisztina Ilona, American Anti-intellectualism: The Detrimental Effects on US Society through the Public Education System (BA American, Hoversen William, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1596. Petrovics Krisztina Ilona, Reparations in the United States (MA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1597. Petrovits Eszter, The Great War from the perspective of a nurse and a soldier: Robert Graves’ Goodbye to All That and Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1598. Petrov Zsóka, Intercultural communication in a business environment (BA English, James Alexander Griffin, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1599. Pettenkoffer Zsófia, Margaret Atwood’s dystopian fiction: Trauma, apocalypse, and storytelling in the Madd Addam Trilogy (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1600. Petyovszki Zita, The Way We Speak: Investigating Dialect Preference among English Majors (BA American, Pethő-Szirmai Judit, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1601. Pfeifenrót Fanni Mária, The special status of initial /s/+C clusters (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1602. Philippova Anna, Dyslexic Learners in English as Foreign Language Education (BA English, Thurmer Andrea, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1603. Pikáliová Barbora, Intercultural nature of the culture words (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1604. Pikáliová Barbora, The effect of machine translation on quality of target language text (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2013, submitted)
  1605. Pikler Levente, Patrick Pearse and the Irish Republican Movement (MA English, Remport, Englantina, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1606. Pikó Noémi, Psychoanalytic Elements in T. S. Eliot’s Poetry (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1607. Pintér Anett Eszter, Female Exolorers in the Bitish Empire Isabella and Gertrude Bell (BA English, Friderich Judit, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1608. Pintér Karina, The use of psychedelic drugs in Huxley’s Brave New World and Island (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1609. Pirisi Krisztina, Reclaiming Fraser Island: The Eliza Fraser shipwreck story / A Fraser-sziget visszakövetelése: Eliza Fraser hajótörött története (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1610. Pirka Eszter, The appearance of terrorism in the media: Representation of the events of 9/11 in the visual and written media (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, submitted)
  1611. Pirtyák Dorottya, Teaching culture in the language classroom (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1612. Plajner Kitti, The Depiction of American Values as Stereotypes in The Simpsons (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1613. Pock Orsolya, Sentence stress: contrast and emphasis (BA English, Varga László, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1614. Pock Orsolya, The status of edge tones in the intonational phrase (MA English, Varga László, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1615. Podoba-Szalai Zsolt, El Draque, the Whip of the Spaniards: The reasons, events, and results of Sir Francis Drake’s lifelong struggles against Spain (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1616. Polgár Mária, Individual differences in language learning: styles and strategies (BA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  1617. Polgár Ramóna Kitti, The role of Shakespearean fools: Fools playing roles in Shakespeare’s plays (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1618. Pollmann Luca Zizi, Stereotypes surrounding American English: Results of a high school attitude survey (BA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1619. Polyák Krisztina, The free movement of individuals in the EU (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1620. Pomogács Péter, The value of Domesday Book as a historical source (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1621. Pongor Magdolna, Cultural differences between the English and the French: The discrepancies of values as reflected in everyday life (BA English, Halápi, Magdolna, DELP, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1622. Pongrácz Dorottya, The Changing Role of Social Media in Presidential Elections in the United States of America: A New Digital Era Created by Barack Obama (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1623. Pongrácz Eszter, Motivation in language learning: The perspective of Hungarian teachers of English (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1624. Ponicsán Erzsébet Fanni, Communicative competences and their effects on SLA (BA English, Öveges Enikő, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1625. Popovics Mária, What is the future of English in the EU after Brexit (BA English, Thürmer Andrea, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1626. Popovics Szidónia, Graduates without a language exam - why do they fail? (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1627. Porkoláb Emma Dóra, Human nature and human relationships in James Joyce’s Dubliners (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1628. Porkoláb Emma Dóra, The role of sympathy and empathy in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (MA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1629. Porpáczy Adrienn, Background to some typical Hungarian mistakes in English consonantal articulation (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  1630. Pósa Csilla, Sexuality and religion in Robert A Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1631. Poszuk Réka, The phenomenon of intrusive-R: A descriptive essay about the most peculiar phenomenon of the English language (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  1632. Pozbai Virág, The diverse characteristics of Jane Eyre (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1633. Pozsár Alexandra, The Impacts of Foreign Language Teaching in the USA (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1634. Pozsár Márk, Wilson and self-determination (BA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1635. Pozsonyi Laura, The Spread of the English Language and its Implications in China (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1636. Precskó Lilian, Opportunities in teaching English to deaf learners (MA Eng teacher, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1637. Precskó Lilian, The representation of art and womanhood in Tennyson’s The Lady of Shalott (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1638. Prekopa Frida, English language learning motivation among Hungarian high school students (BA English, Thürmer Andrea, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1639. Pribil Péter, Long-distance dependencies in lexical functional grammar (BA English, Komlósy András, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1640. Prikkel Ákos Ferenc, Totalitarianism and the lack of individuality in Orwell’s 1984 and Boye’s Kallocain (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1641. Proksa Ágnes, Subcultures in the UK: Closer Look Into Gothic Subculture (BA English, Uwe Pohl, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1642. Prommer Zsuzsanna, British humour in films and television series (BA English, Enyedi Agnes, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1643. Purgel Zsófia, Sarah Kane’s Cleansed as the Rewriting of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1644. Puskás Bettina, Ambiguity and enigmas of the past on the pinterian stage (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1645. Puskás Bettina, The question of time and space in Harold Pinter’s and Samuel Beckett’s dramas (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1646. Puszta Szilvia, The female body in Margaret Atwood’s fiction (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1647. Putz Sára, Culture in the language of the media - a comparative study (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1648. Püsök Norbert, Subcultures in the U.S.: The Grunge Culture in Seattle (BA English, Jungmayer Louis, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1649. Pyshkin Ilya, The views of tutors and students on the role of the writing centre in enhancing students’ writing self-efficacy beliefs (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1650. Qinan Lulah, Cultural factors of the successful working experience for young foreigners in Britain (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1651. Qiu Xiao, The Ambiguity of Beauty in Keats’ world (BA English, Billant Gados, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1652. QUTOUSA WAFA, The Representation of African Americans in the American Cinema of the 20th Century (MA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1653. Rabóczki Ágnes, The evolution of logos in American advertising (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1654. Rácz Emőke, A comparsion of the vowel inventories of various English accents: Pre-R breaking and Pre-R broadening (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1655. Ráczkó Anna, Chaucer and the Golden Legend: Saint Cecilia, a strong woman character in The Second Nun’s Tale (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1656. Ráczkó Anna, Teaching about other cultures through English (MA Eng teacher, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1657. Rácz Lilian, Writing as remembering: Proust’s influence on Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1658. Rácz Orsolya, English as a lingua franca: The use of English in German print advertisements (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1659. Rácz Tamás, The approach to conventions, rules, and authority in Marx Brothers movies (BA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1660. Radács Bence, Adaptations of the supernatural: Inspecting the interpretations of the witches in film adaptations of Shakespeare’s Macbeth (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1661. Radács Kata Hermina, The delineation of love and relationships in John Dryden’s Marriage a la Mode (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1662. Radnai Dea, Jealous and possessive love in Robert Browning’s works (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1663. Radnai Dea, Researching and developing working memory: Increasing working memory span with the dual n-back task (MA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  1664. Radó Bettina, New Zealand social issues as reflected in Katherine Mansfield’s work (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1665. Radó Bettina, The changing society of London in the twenty-first century (MA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1666. Ráduly Adrienn, Lack of motivation in FL/L2 learning: Teachers’ techniques of generating and maintaining L2 motivation (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1667. Ráduly János Zoltán, Childhood bilingualism from infancy until adolescence - developmental process and disorders (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1668. Radvánszki Renáta, A comparison of compliment responses in American English and Hungarian (BA American, Pethő-Szirmai Judit, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1669. Rajna-Povázsán Zsófia, Motivation of second language learners: Gender differences (BA English, Buchan Hamish, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1670. Rakovszky András Gergely, Political commentary in contemporary American comic books (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1671. Rapcsák Dóra, Being part of the cosmopolitan city: Hungarians living in London (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1672. Rasulova Gunay, Employer and employee branding in job advertisements via multimodal discourse analysis (MA Eng teacher, Tamás Eitler, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1673. Rátki Annamária, American influence in Australian politics, culture and language (BA American, Gall Cecília, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1674. Ratkovics Lili, Journey from the Theatre of the Absurd to the Comedy of Menace in Harold Pinter’s Plays (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1675. Rausch Adél, Gun Control Debates in the United States of America: The Necessity of Regulation in the Shadow of Gun Violence and School Shootings (MA American, -, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1676. Rausch Adél, The United States of America and Afghanistan: The war which was fated to fail (BA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1677. Read Edit Gizella, Harold Pinter, Samuel Beckett and Eugene Ionesco. How do they fall under the collective title of the ‘Theatre of the Absurd’ (MA English, Ferenz Gyozo, DES, 2015, reviewed)
  1678. Rédey Eszter Júlia, Successful SLA in adult learners of English (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1679. Rédlinger Katalin, The role of age in the attainment of the pronunciation of a second language (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  1680. Regőczi Tamás László, The social and economic role of rum in colonial America (BA English, Frank Tibor, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1681. Reisler Nir, Phillip Pullman’s multiverse as a symbolic representation of contemporary cultural, political and socio-economical worldviews (MA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1682. Reizer Krisztina, The representation of female characters in A. S. Byatt’s Possession: possessiveness, thresholds and marginality (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1683. Rényei Dorina, William Blake: A vanguard of feminism?: Blake’s controversial assessment in Visions of the Daughters of Albion and Milton, a Poem (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1684. Repasi Anna, Education in a 19th century social context in Charlotte Brontë’s novels (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1685. Reseterics Luca Zsófia, A metatheatrical analysis of two Royal Shakespeare Company productions of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1686. Reseterics Luca Zsófia, From Lady Disdain to Fair Beatrice: The Character of Beatrice in Different Adaptations of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1687. Réti Lőrinc, The linguistics of English puns (BA American, Lázár A. Péter, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  1688. Révész Borbála, Social criticism in Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games (BA American, not applicable, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1689. Riba Borbála Zita, Interior design in sixteenth century England: A case study of Richmond, Hampton Court and Whitehall (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1690. Ribiczey Júlia, Children as a means of social criticism in William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1691. Riesz Mariann, The impacts of the 9/11 terror attacks on the American society (BA American, Lázár Ildikó, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1692. Riskó Gergely, Phonetic differences between early and late French loanwords, and the motivation behind them (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  1693. Ritter Norbert, Motivation for learning English for specific purposes (BA English, Buchan, Hamish, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1694. Rittler Alexandra, Gender in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s works: The liberation of women and the representation of insanity in The Yellow Wallpaper and Herland (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1695. Róka Linda, Narrative techniques in Angela Carter’s short stories (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1696. Romhányi Ármin, The NURSE-phenomenon (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1697. Romhányi Veronika, Whitewashing in Recent Popular Adaptations (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1698. Rósa Blanka Ráhel, Individual needs within a group of English language learners (BA English, Christopher Ryan, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1699. Rosta Judit, Maori traditions within New Zealand urban culture (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1700. Roth George, An overview of service-based video game localisation: The challenges of applied translation theory (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1701. Rozgonyi Orsolya, The impact of the frontier on the life and values of Indian and American families (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  1702. Rózsa Ádám Balázs, Music and Society in Margaret Thatcher’s Era (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1703. Rózsa Ida, The Golden Rigol of Power: The Symbolism of the Crown in Shakespeare’s Second Tetralogy (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1704. Rózsa Katalin, Late starters in language learning (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  1705. Rozs Éva, Bilingualism in education: Immersion Programmes and their possible benefits (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1706. Rubik Ágnes, The Stoppardian dramatic text: The mechanism and readability of the play script (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1707. Ruff Orsolya, Hungarian soldiers in the American Civil War (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1708. Ruff Orsolya, President Bush’s visit to Budapest in 1989 (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1709. Rung Ádám, Distribution of glides in Hungarian, English and Latin (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  1710. Ruppert Antal Viktor, Rethinking a genre: Paul Auster’s The New York Trilogy in light of the crime novel (BA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1711. Ruskó Rebeka, Teaching dyslexic language learners with the use of online media (BA English, Kontra H. Edit, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1712. Rusz Tímea Julianna, Life and Letters in Jean Rhys’s Works (MA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1713. Rusz Tímea Julianna, Snow White and Co.: metamorphoses of heroines in Angela Carter (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1714. Ruzsits Ágnes Veronika, Nationality and identity: Representation of britishness in Australian film (MA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1715. Sabau Evelyn, The Influence of Postcolonial Western Culture on Language Use: Exoticism in Film from the Narrative of the Subaltern (BA English, Thurmer Andrea Gabrielle, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  1716. Sáfián Christina, Native American experience and the development of the United States: The causes of population decline (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1717. Sáfián Christina, The role of women in the Elizabethan age reflected through the literature of the time (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1718. Sáfrány Anna Viola, Gender Roles and Sexuality in Alexander Pope’s “The Rape of the Lock”: The topic of virginity and sexual abuse in the mock-heroic epic (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1719. Safranyos Agnes, Cross-cultural cooperations at British workplaces (BA American, Phil Saltmarsh, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1720. Sági Ibolya, English learning for students with disabilities (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1721. Ságodi Bence, The stages of grief in Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1722. Sahin Serap, US-Turkish Relations in the Post-9/11 World: US-Turkish Relations under the Shadow of the Kurdish Conflict (BA American, Szabo Eszter Eva, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1723. Said Dániel, Alternative portrayals of culture in American comedy television series: White characters’ fear of being seen racist in contemporary sitcoms (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1724. Said Sali, The Question of Cleopatra’s Humanity in Shakespeare and Dryden (MA English, Ruttkay, Veronika, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1725. Sain Adrienn, The Influence of Social Media on American and Hungarian Students (MA American, Ward A., Stanley, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1726. Sajti Ágnes Eszter, Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in various film adaptations (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1727. Salamon Dóra, Native and non-native teachers in English language education in Hungary (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1728. SALEH Raidan, Symbolism in William Blake’s Poems: “A Poison Tree” and Other Poems of Hate (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1729. Salla György, Modern translations and adaptations of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1730. Sallai András, Business Leadership and Culture: The Interculturally Competent Leadership (BA English, Pohl Uwe, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1731. Sándor Cintia, Children’s Hell: Child Labor in the US During the Industrial Revolution from a Cognitive Linguistic Perspective (BA American, Putz Orsolya, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1732. Sándor Júlia, The sixth age’ of the Shakespearean heritage: Samuel Beckett’s Endgame (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1733. Sándor Katalin, Left Behind: How the Great Recession Destroyed America’s Industrial Heartland (BA American, William Hoversen, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1734. Sánta Balázs, And who are we?’: Constructing a modern identity in drama: Tom Stoppard (MA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1735. Sánta Balázs, The responsibility of existence: the play (BA American, Kállay Géza, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1736. Sánta Zsófia, The adaptations of a Shakespeare play in the world of music: Romeo and Juliet (MA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1737. Sántha Imola-Réka, What the U.S. does when information leaks (MA English, Stanley A. Ward, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1738. Santucci Mero Gabriel, The Hungarian folk dance movement in the US (BA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1739. Sápi Dóra, Women figures in Eliza Haywood’s ’Fantomina’ (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1740. Sárai Vanda, Virginia Woolf, the essayist: On the edge of art and theory (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1741. Saranovic Iván, Nyelvi Szorongás: Tapasztalatok Idegen és Második Nyelv Esetében: Experiences of Language Anxiety in Foreign and Second Language Contexts (MA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1742. Sárdi Rudolf, Subtexts in the works of Vladimir Nabokov: the latent presence of James Joyce and Henry James (MA American, N/A, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1743. Sári Hédi, The political role of Cleveland Hungarian-Americans (MA English, Frank Tibor, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1744. Saritas Volkan, The hippie movement and its place in the American counterculture (MA American, Tibor Frank, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1745. Sármay Bernadett, The comparison of poems by Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes (BA English, Szlukovényi Katalin, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1746. Sasi Rebeka, The FBI in TV series vs in real life (BA English, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1747. Sas Réka, The destruction and restoration of the self in Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper” (BA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1748. Sassiné Riffer Zsuzsanna, An in-depth analysis of individual motivational paths in the Hungarian EFL context: A focus on English major students (BA English, Edwards Melinda, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1749. Sasvári Glória, Oriental and occidental values in the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1750. Sbarci Ana Minodora, Virginia Woolf as a writer of fiction and as a subject of fiction: Viewing Mrs Dalloway through the prism of the stream of consciousness (BA English, Sarbu Aladár, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1751. Scheirich Zsófia, A Tragic Heroine’s Way to Immortality: Deirdre in the Spotlight of the Celtic Renaissance (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1752. Scheirich Zsófia, Language humour in Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and its Hungarian translation (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1753. Schiller Csenge Orsolya, In search of freedom: The representation of American counterculture in films (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1754. Schiller Emese, Recent methods of teaching English as a foreign language to dyslexic learners (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1755. Schindler Eszter, Effects of emotions on language learning motivation (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1756. Schmidt Evelin, Societal change on television: the changing role of the post-World War I British aristocratic households, as portrayed in the series Downton Abbey (MA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1757. Schmidt Lili Sára, The use of the articles in English and Swedish (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1758. Schmidt Ludger, The Rhetorical Principles of Offline Advertising in the Copy and Visuals of Web Presences (BA American, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1759. Schremm Andrea, Controversial issues around the critical period hypothesis (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2009, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1760. Schulz Xavier Carolina, Fanfictions and authorship in contemporary literature (MA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1761. Schüszler Tamara, Building self-confidence as a beginner teacher (MA Eng teacher, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1762. Schweier Dominika, Gender Representation in American Cartoons: Female Characters in The Powerpuff Girls (BA English, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1763. Sebők Melinda, Culture shock as experienced by Hungarians in the United Kingdom (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1764. Sebők Vivien, The United States and the Emergence of Al-Qaeda (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1765. Seben Laura Anna, The comparison of American and Hungarian cultures based on Hofstede’s model and the accounts of Americans living in Hungary (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1766. Sebestény Gábor Sándor, Absurd elements in Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party and T. S. Eliot’s Sweeney Agonistes (BA English, Sarbu Aladár, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1767. Sebestyén Benjámin Dániel, Possibilities in reading/writing development through videogames from pre-literacy age (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1768. Sebestyén Patrik, TV gay: A study of LGBT stereotyping in modern American television series (BA English, Thurmer Andrea, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1769. Sebestyén-Windisch Dóra Eszter, Internalized racism in the works of Toni Morrison (MA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1770. Sélley András, A contrastive analysis of the academic written production of underachiever students (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1771. Sélley András, Yod-dropping and Yod-coalescence in British and American English (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  1772. Selmeczi Adrienn, Immigration-related frauds in the United States: The acquisition of U.S. citizenship through illegal pathways (MA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1773. Selmeczi Adrienn, The change in the American work ethic: The Great Recession and its long-term impact on the American way of life (BA American, Ward Jr., Stanley A., DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1774. Selmeczi Edit, Multiculturalism in Australia and France; a comparison (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1775. Selmeczi Péter, Teacher and student percpetions and preferences in English coursebooks - a case study in Szerb Antal Gimnázium (MA English, Holló Dorottya, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1776. Senhub Éva, American popular culture as reflected in television series from 1980s to date (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  1777. Séra Anita, Bird symbolism in Virginia Woolf’s three novels: Mrs. Dalloway, To the Lighthouse, The Waves (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1778. Seres Ildikó, Waiting is Dead: A comparative reading of Waiting for Godot and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1779. Serfőző Kata Eszter, Culture shock, now and 50 years ago: A comparison (BA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1780. Serogina Svitlana, Woman in the media: Do old stereotypes still rule in modern broadcast news media (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2016, reviewed)
  1781. Seszták Sándor, Modern translations of Chaucer’s The Canterbury tales (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  1782. Sharipova Firuza, The Bilingual Self: Meanings, Benefits, Challenges (BA English, Uwe Pohl, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1783. Shigapov Albert, The crimean war as a political instrument of the British government during the Great Game (BA English, Lojko Miklos, DES, 2018, submitted)
  1784. Siegel Andrea, Second language vocabulary learning and teaching with movies (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1785. Siket Dániel Márk, Queers of Harlem: The Nexus Between Queers and African-American People in the Harlem Renaissance (BA American, Hoversen Will, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1786. Siklósi Viktória, Racial mission and musical identity: Duke Ellington’s Black, Brown and Beige (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1787. Simon Alexandra, The encounter of the explorers and the Aboriginals in Australia (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1788. Simon Anita, The effects of the use of new media in the 2008 US presidential election campaign (BA English, Francis Prescott, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1789. Simon Balázs, The glottal stop (BA English, My supervisor's name is not present on my thesis., DELG, 2014, reviewed)
  1790. Simon-Balla Teodóra, Brave New World versus Island: The negative and positive vision of Aldous Huxley (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1791. Simon Bianka, Teaching culture through literature in the EFL classroom (BA English, Leavey James, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1792. Simon Johanna, Locked minds of the Victorian Era (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DELP, 2016, reviewed)
  1793. Simon Klaudia, Multimodal discourse analysis through TV show and film posters (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1794. Simon Péter, The influence of far right and libertarian politics on US economy (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1795. Simon Péter, The role of English as a lingua franca in the multilingual european community (BA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1796. Simon Virág, Camp culture in Canada: Discovering the Canadian identity and values through a summer camp experience in Ontario (BA English, Hoffmann-né Dobai Dorothy Kinga, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  1797. Simon Zsófia, Attitudes towards T/D-flapping in American English (BA American, Nádasdy Ádám, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1798. Simon Zsófia, The Role of Motivation in Adult Second Language Acquisition (BA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1799. Sinka Lea, The comparison of English language teaching programs in Hungarian Nursery Schools (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1800. Sinkó Enikő, Shakespeare’s fairies on screen (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1801. Sipőcz Ágnes, Genetic manipulation and exclusion in contemporary American science fiction works (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1802. Sipos Anikó, Shakespearianism in Russia : Boris Pasternak: Hamlet (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1803. Sipos Anikó, The success of How I Met Your Mother (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1804. Sipos Júlia, Victimized women in Toni Morrison’s fiction: Overcoming the victim mentality in Paradise (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1805. Sirazova Lilia, The co-deployment of visual elements in spoken discourse: An exploratory study (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1806. Skrabák Henrietta, Genres and cues in Oscar Wilde’s “The Canterville Ghost” (BA English, Bojti Zsolt, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1807. Skriba Orsolya, Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot in English, French and also in Hungarian translation (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1808. Slezák Adél Réka, University students’ English learning preferences (BA English, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1809. Smid Dávid, Investigating the L2 motivation, autonomy, and self-regulation of graduate students from various contexts (MA English, Csizér Kata, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1810. Smid Dávid, Psychological realism in The Turn of the Screw by Henry James and The Others by Alejandro Amenábar through symbols and motifs (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1811. Sókyová Blanka, Critical Debates in the Reception History of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1812. Sókyová Blanka, The “Magnum opus” of Australian Literature: The Use of Historical Sources and The Social Importance of Marcus Clarke´s For the Term of his Natural Life (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  1813. Soltani Azam, The relationship between social politeness and second language learning (BA English, Tartsayne Nemeth Nora, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1814. Soltész Gyula Márton, Desegregation and Vietnam: The United States Army’s Attempt to Stifle Civil Rights (BA American, William Hoversen, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1815. Somhegyi Fanni Terézia, The Importance of Symbols in Understanding James Joyce: The Failed Unity of the Real and the Symbolic (BA English, Péteri, Éva, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1816. Somkuti Zsófia, The difficulties of growing up as portrayed in the catcher in the rye (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1817. Somlai Alexandra, The two faces of Eve as seen in Milton’s Paradise Lost and Aemilia Lanyer’s poetry (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1818. Somody Júlia, The symbolic importance of light and darkness in James Joyce’s “The Dead” (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1819. Somosfalvi Lilla, Aspects of successful adult second language acquisition: A special focus on ESL education in the United States (BA American, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1820. Soókiová Viktória, The Language of Business Negotiations in classroom and in real life context (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1821. Soós Gabriella, CHRISTIAN MISSIONS AND NATIVE SETTLEMENTS IN AUSTRALIA: MAINLAND INSTITUTIONS (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1822. Soós Zsófia, Perpetrator or Victim: Richard Wright’s Native Son in Book and on Film (BA English, Szlukovényi Katalin, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1823. Soponyai Alexandra Bianka, Adapting Tales: a comparison of the short stories of Angela Carter and Neil Gaiman (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1824. Soponyai Alexandra Bianka, Villain or the victim of society?: Literary and filmic renderings of the victim-monster (MA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1825. Soproni Tamás István, Pacific solution: The most controversial immigration policy of the 2000s (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1826. Sopronyi Gréta, A comparison of the foreign-language learning motivation of students from different contexts: based on the L2 motivational self system (BA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1827. Sós Dalma, Henry VIII, the Renaissance Prince (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1828. Söllei Sára, The Simpsons and American Culture (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1829. Spaits Bence, Native American influences on Jim Morrison’s lyrics (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  1830. Spicze Zsófia Eszter, The legacy of Princess Diana on contemporary British culture and society (BA English, Saltmarsh Philip, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1831. Spissich Boglárka, How does watching films in English relate to secondary school students’ listening comprehension skills and oral task performance? (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1832. Spissich Boglárka, The role of emotions in language learning (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1833. Stampf Georgina, Female characters in Fitzgerald’s fiction: Emancipated women of Tender is the Night (BA English, . Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, submitted)
  1834. Stefanecz Szilvia, Various causes of ambiguity in the English language (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1835. Steiler Luca, The effects of using L2 in a multinational company (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1836. Stemmer Gergely, A comparative analysis of summary teaching methods (BA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1837. Stemmer Gergely, The use of summarisation as an educational tool in university content classes (MA English, Tankó Gyula Dr., DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1838. Stevanov Snezana, The Byronic Hero in the Brontë Sisters’ Novels (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1839. Stipkovics Zsolt, The first NATO mission out of area: the Bosnian war of 1995 (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1840. Stojanovska Viktorija, Cultural Criticism of US’s Society through Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale (BA American, Vera Benczik, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1841. Straubinger Ármin, Memes: the unstable method of internet communication (BA American, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1842. Stumpf Anna, Folk beliefs in Irish culture: The figure of the leprechaun (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1843. Sturm Dániel, Translating EU Terminology (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1844. Suba Zsófia Viktória, Foreign policy of the United States and the European Union towards China (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1845. Sudár Orsolya Anna, Places of identity: reading sites of trauma in New York between the 1880 and the 1930s: Reading sites of trauma in New York between the 1880 and the 1930s (MA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1846. Sugár Zsófia, Jazz as Theme and Metaphor in Tennessee Williams’s Plays (MA English, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1847. Suhai Katalin Rita, Language in New Zealand: Influences in the formation of New Zealand English (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1848. Sujbert Viktória Fanni, Glottalisation in English popular speech (BA English, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2020, submitted)
  1849. Susánszki Tamás, The Issue of Irish National Identity in Gothic Literature between the 18th and 19th centuries (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1850. Suszter Zsófia, William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing: Beatrice and Benedick on page and on screen (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1851. Sutus Dolli, The influence of gender on second language learning (BA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  1852. Sutyinszki Aliz, Sexual hysteria in Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw-A Freudian Reading (BA English, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1853. Süli Szilvia, Multicultural London (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1854. Sümegi Bettina, Culture shock and the problem of adjustment: Non-Hungarian students in Hungary (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1855. Sümegi Erzsébet, The inevitable struggle of social classes in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1856. Sütő Fanni, A comparison of Stevenson’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Mihály Babits’ s A gólyakalifa (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1857. Sütő Fanni, The representation of Victorian era in contemporary young adult fiction: Philip Pullman: The ruby in the smoke - Opium as an intertextual force (MA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1858. Szőcs Anna, The Dystopian Novel as Social Criticism: Herbert George Wells: The Time Machine (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1859. Szőcs Erika, The effect o limited and unlimited length conditions on the quality of guided summaries written by English major BA university students (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2019, submitted)
  1860. Szőke Fruzsina, Dickens and his impressions: Comparing Sydney Carton and William Herondale (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2014, submitted)
  1861. Szőke Johanna Éva, Clause linkage typology in English and Korean (MA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1862. Szőke Johanna Éva, The way we became Americans - typical surname changes in America during the great immigration period examined from a linguistic point of view (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1863. Szőnyei András, Adaptations of the Deirdre legend in Irish plays (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1864. Szűcs Ágota, The summary writing processes of first year EFL learner BA students (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1865. Szűcs Ágota, Women are like the arts, forced unto none, Open to all searchers, unprized, if unknown.’: The concept of love in the poetry of John Donne (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1866. Szűcs Ivett, The motivational factors of Deaf and hard-of-hearing second language learners (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  1867. Szűcs Melina Vanda, The philosophy of the Hippies: peace, love and music (BA English, Andrea Thurmer, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1868. Szűcs Szabolcs István, Differences between British and American English: The -ee suffix in internal word formation (BA American, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1869. Szűcs Viktória, The use of lexical and grammatical transfer operations in the translation of idiomatic expressions (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1870. Szűts Krisztián, “Key” to the British Invasion-The Social Basis of the Success of a Musical Revolution and its Significance in the USA (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1871. Szűts Krisztián, The Social and Historical Context of the Rise of Feminism in England (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1872. Szűts Melinda, The dramaturgy of symbolism in the plays of William Butler Yeats: identification and signification through masks and dance (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1873. Szűts Melinda, The interplay of space and place on the Shakespearean stage: Macbeth (MA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1874. Szabadi Ágnes, Women’s rights in the United Stated: The struggle for equal treatment in education and work (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1875. Szabados Borbála, Learner autonomy: Generational differences regarding technological development (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1876. Szabados Péter, The germs of modernism in Wuthering Heights (BA English, Péter Ágnes, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1877. Szabó Ádám, Vowel Reduction in English and Russian (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  1878. Szabó Adrienn, English as a Lingua Franca in ELT (BA English, Veljanovszki Dávid, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  1879. Szabó Ágnes Ildikó, Identity in English as a lingua franca (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1880. Szabó Alexandra Magdolna, The performance problems of Hungarian speakers of English (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1881. Szabó Áron, The misrepresentation of the Aztecs by the Spanish conquistadors (BA American, Hoversen, William, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1882. Szabó Beáta, The changing status of the English language in Hungary after 2004: English has triumphed over other foreign languages in Hungarian public education (BA American, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1883. Szabó Bence, Marxism and hallucinations in the works of Philip K. Dick (BA American, Hegyi, Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1884. Szabó Csenge, Interpreter as a cultural mediator (BA English, Pohl Uwe Jens, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  1885. Szabó Csenge, The effect of media hypes on people (BA English, Katona László, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1886. Szabó Csenge, The role of music in the life of African-American slaves (BA English, Federmayer Éva, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1887. Szabó Diána, Equality and inequality in Deaf students’ language learning (BA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1888. Szabó Diána, The impact of the media and propaganda on the Home Front during the First World War in Great Britain (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1889. Szabó Éva, Teaching and acquiring language through debating (BA English, Tiboldi Timea, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1890. Szabó Gábor, Lessons of the Vietnam war (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1891. Szabó Gabriella, American English in the teaching of business English (BA English, Jávor-Szelid Veronika, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1892. Szabó Gerda, Beyond Punk: London Calling by The Clash: Understanding a Subculture (BA English, Saltmarsh, Philip, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1893. Szabó Gyöngyvér, Work experience of the Hungarian and the English in the United Kingdom: Immigration and integration (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1894. Szabó Ildikó Emese, Compensatory lengthening: Is there synchronic compensatory lengthening in English? (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  1895. Szabó Ilona, Culture Specific Learning Styles, Differences and Difficulties in EFL Classroom: Comparative Study of Hungarian and Chinese Learners of English in Hungarian Secondary Schools (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1896. Szabó István Gábor, The role of football in English culture (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1897. Szabó Júlia, Paradox in Donne’s poetry (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1898. Szabó Karolina Eszter, Jane Eyre - the novel and its film adaptations (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1899. Szabó Kata, The Transfiguring Fat Lady: A research on J.D. Salinger’s religious and critical view on the world through his novel Franny and Zooey (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1900. Szabó Kinga, The Miller and The Reeve in The Canterbury Tales (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1901. Szabó Kornél, The Role of the United States behind the Change of Regime in the Soviet Union (MA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1902. Szabó Krisztián Móric, The Pros and Cons of Nuclear Energy in the United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1903. Szabó Krisztina, Modern rewritings of female fairy tale characters: The wicked stepmother (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1904. Szabó Lilla, How American camps teach American values (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  1905. Szabó Lilla Petronella, How does bling-bling ring? A corpus-based study of rhyming and alliterating compounds (MA English, Benczes Réka, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  1906. Szabó Lívia, Language anxiety of non-native trainee teachers of English (MA Eng teacher, Szesztay Margit, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1907. Szabó Lívia, Playing games in Harold Pinter: The Birthday Party and Samuel Beckett: Endgame (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1908. Szabó Mátyás, The impact of post World War II: immigration on Australian legislation (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2010, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1909. Szabó Mátyás Zoltán, The Cyborg and the Monstrous – Posthumanism in a Literary Context: A technocultural reading of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1910. Szabó Noémi, Polri in LGBT+ slang (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  1911. Szabó-Nusszer Viktória, Representations of irish history and family relations in sebastian barry’s novels (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1912. Szabó Péter, Analysis and evaluation of the efficiency of a machine translation system (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1913. Szabó Petra Florina, Social and regional variation and intrusive /r/ (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  1914. Szabó Regina, Varieties of English Spoken in London: The Diffusion of MLE (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1915. Szabó Stefánia, The Ghost in Shakespear’s Hamlet (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1916. Szabó Szindbád László, The Rise of Hispanic Political Power in the United States (BA American, William Hoversen, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1917. Szabó Veronika, The Controversial Character of Nelly Dean in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights: Villain or Indispensable Narrator? (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1918. Szabó Veronika, The role of English lessons in familiarising students with Anglo-Saxon culture: an introduction of stereotypes (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  1919. Szabó Virág, Summer camp programs in the US: participants’ expectations and the reality (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1920. Szabó Zita Jázmin, Popular culture in England in the 1970s: The work of David Bowie (BA English, Enyedi Ágnes, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1921. Szádeczky Szilvia, Character development of Agatha Christie’s Poirot (BA English, Maráczi Géza, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1922. Szakács Éva, The relationship of timelessness and art in the works of William Butler Yeats (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1923. Szakál Eszter, A comparative analysis of transcription systems for English (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1924. Szakáll Janina, The formation of the British government in 2010 as reflected in the media of English speaking countries (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1925. Szakály Nikoletta, Using a gamified grading system in English Language Teaching (MA Eng teacher, Albert Ágnes, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1926. Szakály Zsófia, Immigration Experience in Hungarian-Canadian Literature: The Struggle for Identity (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  1927. Szalai Gréta, The Business of Social Media (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1928. Szalai Júlia Sára, Verbal Violence in American Drama (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1929. Szalai Kinga, The Teacher Instinct (BA English, Veljanovszki Dávid, DELP, 2019, submitted)
  1930. Szalai Laura, Myth and reality in the Wars of the Roses (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  1931. Szalai Marcell, American football: past, present and future (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1932. Szalai Soma, The Role of the Author in The French Lieutenant’s Woman (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1933. Szalai Zsófia, Heathcliff’s reasons for turning into a villain (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2020, submitted)
  1934. Szalay Anikó, The differences in the distribution of nasal sounds in English and Polish: A proposal for a consistent usage of IPA symbols for Polish nasal vowels (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  1935. Szalay Réka Zita, The role of the forest in ’As you like it’ and ’A midsummer night’s dream” (BA American, Kiss Zsuzsánna, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1936. Szalay Tünde Orsolya, L Darkening in morpheme-final environments: all ’ell breaking loose (MA English, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1937. Szalay Tünde Orsolya, The changing distribution of the phoneme /r/ and its influence on the preceding vowels presented through late 18th and early 19th century pronunciation guides (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  1938. Szále Ferenc, The portrayal of American metropolis in American films of the 20s, 60s, 90s (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1939. Szále Ferenc, The Representation of Masculinities in American Films: The Portrayal of the Lonely Man in Post-Classical Hollywood (MA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1940. Szalkai Zsófia, Fire in the Marriage of Heaven and Hell (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1941. Szalmási Hajnalka, Gender and race through the Other in Jane Eyre (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1942. Szalontai Tamás, Teaching English as an international language (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  1943. Szamosujvári Lilla Beáta, The anatomy of Agatha Christie’s detectives (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  1944. Szaniszló Dávid, Investigating actual ELF user hungarian university students’ perception of English as a lingua franca (MA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1945. Szaniszló Dávid, Students’ view on vocabulary learning (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  1946. Szántó Bianca Sylvia, The Representation of Evil in the Harry Potter Novels (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1947. Szántó Dávid Róbert, Motivation in the Classroom and the Personality of the Teacher (BA English, Frank Prescott, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  1948. Szántó Nóra, Japanese in the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  1949. Szanyi Csilla, The bilingual dilemma: The advantages and disadvantages of being bilingual (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1950. Száraz Nóra, Metaphors in American English: The conceptualization of ’love’ in E. E. Cummings’ poems (BA American, Szelid Veronika, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  1951. Száraz Tímea, Class cohesiveness and second language acquisition of young learners (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1952. Szarka Etelka Zsófia, Leisure patterns in interwar Britain: Foundations of a consumer society (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  1953. Szarka Veronika, The Influence of US Foreign Policy on Korean Immigration to the United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2018, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1954. Szaszkó Márton, Reformation and legislation: Henry VIII’s Reformation Statutes and their context (MA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1955. Szatai Zsófia, Suicide as theme in Sylvia Plath’s poetry (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  1956. Szatmári Marianna, The theme of freedom in Anthony Burgess’s A Clockwork Orange (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1957. Szatzker Vanda, Perceptions of the CEFR B2 level language exam as an entry requirement and its effects on the FLT classroom (MA English, Öveges Enikő, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  1958. Szatzker Vanda, The role of language learning strategies and self-regulatory learning in foreign language learning (BA English, Öveges Enikő, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1959. Száva Krisztina Katalin, Distance and Self-Distance in Philip Larkin’s Poetry (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1960. Szebényi Zsolt, The Concept of Artificial Intelligence in The Matrix Trilogy (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  1961. Szécsényi Erzsébet, The poetry of Seamus Heaney: Gender roles, the trope of marriage and their application to the Troubles (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  1962. Szedlacsek Eszter, A critique of liberal internationalism in American foreign policy (BA American, Cseh Dániel, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1963. Szegedi Márton, Post-verbal DPs in there-constructions (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  1964. Szegedi Nóra, Compiling valid and reliable tests for second/foreign language learners (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  1965. Szeidl Judit, Factors that influence the success of English language learning (BA English, Kimmel Magdola, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  1966. Szeifert Fruzsina Márta, Rewriting old stories: Carol Ann Duffy’s “The world’s wife” (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1967. Székely Ádám, English as lingua franca in Hungary: what foreigners experience in the street (BA English, Medgyes Péter, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  1968. Székely Eszter Brigitta, Abraham Lincoln on ending slavery (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  1969. Székelyhidi Eszter, The problem of identity in Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2015, reviewed)
  1970. Székely Martin, Deconstructing stereotypes in Marc Cherry’s television series Desperate Housewives (BA American, Fehér, Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1971. Székely Melinda Zsófia, Gender representations in Stephen King’s novels (MA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1972. Székely Veronika, The changing vampire image in American literature and film (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  1973. Székely Virág, The ’brave new world’ of Huxley, Shakespeare and John the Savage (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1974. Székely Zsófia, The Era of Restoration comedies represented through the comparison of The Country Wife and The Plain Dealer by William Wycherley (BA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2016, submitted)
  1975. Szekeres Angéla, Motivation and attitudes in second language learning (BA American, Christopher Ryan, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  1976. Szekeres Krisztina, The potential advantages of promoting good group dynamics in the language classroom (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1977. Szekeres Szilvia Zsófia, Unconventional language use in English language advertisements (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  1978. Szekfű Gergely, The use of language and audiovisual advertising techniques in automobile commercials (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  1979. Szél Barbara, Cyberbullying: How teachers and the school can contribute to prevention (BA American, Hoversen William, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  1980. Széll Brigitta, Phonological awareness as the most important tool for second language acquisition for students with dyslexia (BA English, Kontra Edit, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  1981. Széll Melinda Andrea, Attrition and transfer among Hungarians in English-language environments (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  1982. Széll Zsófia, Adult learners’ vocabulary learning habits and techniques (MA Eng teacher, Szabó Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  1983. Széll Zsófia, Analyzing /r/ in English: With a special focus on R-sandhi (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  1984. Szemők Nikolett, The lady in Tennyson’s poem: The Lady of Shalott (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1985. Szemes Zsófia Luca, TV news reporters intrude upon the privacy of Americans (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  1986. Szendrei Attila, Football and Hollywood: Representation of Football in “Ballers” (BA American, Fehér Réka, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1987. Szendrei Lili, Gender and Utopia in Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, submitted)
  1988. Szendrei Lili, The figure of Guinevere in Arthurian fiction and film (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1989. Szendrei Lilla Adél, The memetic transmutation of grotesque in the literary genre, horredy (BA English, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  1990. Szenes Beatrix Júlia, The role of the vampire in Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  1991. Szenes Renáta, The translation of culture-related expressions in news discourse: A comparative analysis of corpus-based research (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  1992. Szenka Nikolett, An Analysis of the American and the Canadian National Anthems in the Current Sociocultural Context (BA English, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  1993. Szentesi Dorottya, The Greek minority in the U.S.: immigration and acculturation (BA English, Uwe Pohl, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  1994. Szentgyörgyi Emese Rózsa, Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as both adult and children’s literature (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  1995. Szentpály Dalma Tímea, Coming of Age As a Woman in a Contemporary American Young Adult Adaptation of a Grimms’ Tale: “Speech-gifts,” Storytelling, and Gender in Shannon Hale’s Young Adult Novelization of the Grimms’ “The Goose-Girl” (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  1996. Szenttornyai Eszter, Value and value judgement in Virginia Woolf’s The Common Reader: The case of Joseph Conrad (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  1997. Szép Attila, Music in second language education (BA English, Révész Judit, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  1998. Szicherle Patrik, The British failure at Gallipoli in 1915 (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  1999. Szigethy Krisztina, A woman out of place: Margery Kempe and medieval christian mysticism (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2000. Szigethy Viktória, Using online platforms for learning English (BA English, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2001. Szigeti Alexandra, Teaching EFL to dyslexic secondary school students (BA American, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  2002. Szigeti Julianna, Jonathan Franzen: The ’new Great American’ novelist (MA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2003. Szigili Blanka, Features of Business English: Unique Features of Advertisements and the Status of English in Advertising (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2004. Szíjártó Dóra, My love was my decay (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2005. Sziklai Katalin Zsuzsanna, E-learning is an effective way to pursue knowledge and degree completion at Cleveland State University (BA English, -, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  2006. Szilágyi Anita, Cuban Immigration from 1959 to the 1980s (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2007. Szilágyi Erika Krisztina, Pop Songs and Second Language Acquisition: An empirical quantitative investigation (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  2008. Szilágyi Erika Krisztina, Pop songs in language learning and second language acquisition theories: an analysis of congruity (BA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2009. Szilák Judit, New gender constructions in turn of the century American literature (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  2010. Szili Virág Anna, The Japanese in Australia: Past and present (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2011. Szilveszter Csilla, Conflicting Attitudes: The Effectiveness of Games in English Language Teaching (MA Eng teacher, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  2012. Szilveszter Csilla, The role of the gothic figures in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre and Villette (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2013. Szimhár István, To shoot or not to shoot the ethics of American photojournalism: The ethics of American photojournalism (BA American, Ward, Stanley A. , DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2014. Szira Dominika, The Direction of Representation of Women in US Media: The Effects of Disney Princesses on Children (BA English, Ward, Stanley, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2015. Sziroczák Laura Fanny, Emotions in foreign language learning: EFL learners’ emotional experiences outside of the classroom (MA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  2016. Sziroczák Laura Fanny, The effects of global English on L2 motivation in monolingual context (BA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2017. Szirtes Dóra, The benefits of developing summarisation skills (BA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2018. Szirtes Virág, The appearance of British and American stereotypes on the cover of Vogue magazine (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  2019. Szita Nikolett, Forbidden love in literature (BA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2020. Sziva Imola, A comparison of British and American newspaper articles: Differences in the level of informality in British and American newspaper articles (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2021. Szklenár Otilia Nóra, The effect of the media on American culture in the 1950s: The relationship between illustrated advertisements and gender roles (BA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2022. Szkleván Viktória, British and American English in Hungarian high school education (BA American, Jávor-Szelid Veronika, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2023. Szlapák Adrienn, The cognitive linguistic analysis of U.S. presidential speeches (MA American, Kövecses Zoltán, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2024. Szlapák Adrienn, The development of U.S. immigration policies in the 1920s (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2009, reviewed)
  2025. Szloboda Csanád, Facilitating e-learning (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  2026. Szlobodnyik Alexandra, The representation of love, marriage and sexuality in Daniel Defoe’s Moll Flander (BA English, Friedrich Judit, Sárdi Rudolf, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2027. Szlovák Adrienn, Art becoming religion in James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2015, reviewed)
  2028. Szokol Dorottya, The Historical Development of the Institution of the First Lady (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2029. Szolnoki Lilla, Is English as a lingua franca a threat to multilingualism? (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2030. Szombathy Péter, Glottal stop in various dialects of English (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2009, reviewed)
  2031. Szomoru Ramóna, The role of social networking sites in foreign language learning (BA English, Tartsayné Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2032. Szoóh Gabriella, On-line communication: an up-to date means of acquiring foreign languages (BA English, Magyarics Péter, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  2033. Szopkó Viktória, Culture shock: differences between generations (BA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2034. Szöllősi Medárd Ferenc, Yeats and Ireland: The Development of Irish Identity in Yeats’ Poetry (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2035. Szrogh Bence, Language teacher motivation: a comparison of English and German teachers in Hungary (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2019, submitted)
  2036. Szrogh Bence, US-Colombian relations and the war on drugs (BA English, Szabó Éva Eszter, DES, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2037. Sztanó Kata Kincső, Globalization and second language learning motivation: comparison of various L2 motivation theories (BA English, Wein Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2038. Sztráda Zsófia, Written summarization: a contrastive analysis (BA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2039. Szuhánszki Laura, English-medium music teaching in Hungary (BA English, Ryan Christopher, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2040. Szujer Orsolya, Dystopic Vision in Alaya Dawn Johnson’s The Summer Prince: Matriarchal Society and Its Effects on Gender Roles and Sexuality (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  2041. Szujer Orsolya, Ethnic, Racial, and Cultural Diversity in Marvel Comics (MA American, Bollobás Enikő, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2042. Szujó Dóra, Gender and Sexuality in Ursula Le Guin’s Science Fiction (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2043. Szurics Annamária, Listening comprehension and dyslexia (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2044. Szurkos Anikó Piroska, Sexism in the portrayal of women in the American advertisement: Stereotypical gender roles suggested by magazine advertisements that reflect and form social perceptions (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  2045. Szuromi András, Tudor economic problems: The price revolution of the 16th century (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2012, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2046. Szücs Ivett Mónika, Postcolonial and Psychoanalitical comparison of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and Shakespeare’s The Tempest (BA English, Dr. Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2047. Szücs Noémi Petra, Social media’s negative effect on American culture: The link between young women’s body image and self-image concerns and social media use (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  2048. Tőkés Eszter Ágnes, Contemporary religious teaching in medieval drama (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  2049. Tőzsér Áron, The United Kingdom and the rearmament of the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War (BA English, Maruzsa Zoltán, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2050. Tafferner Lejla, Aspects of testing vocabulary (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2051. Taheritari Maral, The Lasting Influence of William Morris’s Book Design (BA English, Sárdi Rudolf, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  2052. Takács Bernadett, Giving students a lead on becoming fluent English speakers: The zero year English language programs (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2053. Takács Dóra, Looking at English culture through English football (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2054. Takács Dorina, The Disneyfication of the Snow Queen in Disney’s Frozen (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2055. Takács Edit, Tradition and modernity in Robert Browning’s poetry: The textual analysis of ’Childe Roland to the Dark Tower came’ (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2056. Takács Eszter, Translating proverbs from English to Hungarian (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2057. Takács Ivett, Adapting to a new culture (BA English, Pohl Uwe, DELP, 2017, submitted)
  2058. Takács Judit, The bilingual lexicon: Mental representation (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  2059. Takács Lilla, The effect of the media in English language learning: Videos, chat and podcasts in the service of language learning (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  2060. Takács Mariann, Applying Gamification theory in language assessment and evaluation techniques in the foreign-language classroom (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2061. Takács Máté, The secret and mystical sexuality in William Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2062. Takács Nóra, Comparison of the features of science writing and academic writing (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2063. Takács Sándor, Belief systems of Australian aboriginals (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  2064. Takács Tünde, Teachers’ perceptions of dyslexic language learners (BA English, Hamish Buchan, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2065. Talabos Sindy Edina, Metamorphoses of the Sonnet in Renaissance English Literature (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2066. Tala Nóra, Confundo Linguam. Translating non-existent phenomena in the Harry Potter series (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2067. Talhammer Anna, The role of information and communication technologies in language acquisition (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2068. Tállai Zsófia, The contact period: the first encounters with the Aborigines and the problems of coexistence in the early days (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2069. Taller Barbara Momoko, Az őslakosok világa Thomas King műveiben (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2070. Tamás Ádám, Methods for overcoming anxiety when learning a foreign language (BA English, Menyhárt Adrienn, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  2071. Tamási Dóra, The construction of female gender in the films of Bob Fosse (BA American, Kenyeres János, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2072. Tamási Nikolett, Foreign language use anxiety in study abroad contexts: Investigating the views of university students (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  2073. Tamás Nikolett, The two sides of the coin: Americanization and Anti-Americanization (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2009, reviewed)
  2074. Tanácsi Gyöngyi, Identity in Salman Rushdie’s fiction (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  2075. Tánczos Eszter, Witch hunting in Tudor England (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  2076. Taragos György Roland, The development of the American Western as a cultural genre: The detailed analysis of three movies from different decades separated by twenty year periods (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2077. Tarány Lilla, Maori culture represented in New Zealand films (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  2078. Tárczy Annamária, The Tudors in the 20th century: Representations of the Tudor Dynasty in historiography, paintings, television documentaries and cinema adaptations (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2079. Tárczy Balázs László, A comparison of English and French multiple complement verb structures (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  2080. Tarcsay Tibor, Goths in the memory of the Anglo-Saxons (MA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2081. Tarcsay Tibor, The role of curse and doom in Tolkien’s mythology in The Silmarillion (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2082. Tarjányi Tímea, First language acquisition strategies of feral children (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  2083. Tar Júlia Hanna, Female Characters in Neil Gaiman’s Postfeminist Tales (BA English, Fejérvári Boldizsár, DES, 2020, submitted)
  2084. Tasi Zsófia, Myths and fairy tales in A. S. Byatt’s Possession (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  2085. Tatár Csilla, A posteriori Fall - representations of the Fall in Blake’s Songs (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2013, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2086. Tatár Csilla, A semantic analysis of English cataphoric constructions (MA English, Mekis Péter, DELG, 2016, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2087. Tátrai Kinga, The Linguistic and Visual Aspects of Billboards (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2088. Tátrai Krisztina, The Advantages and Disadvantages of the Schengen Agreement (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2089. Téglási Gergő, Constructions of the Self and Mediality: Flowers Bloom in The Hours from 5 to 7 (MA American, N/A, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  2090. Téglási Gergő, Fame Cult(ure): Celebrity Paradigm as Pop-Cultural Baptism (BA American, Hegyi Pál, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2091. Telizhenko Vladyslav, The Distribution Of The R Sound In English Language (BA English, Szigetvari Peter, DELG, 2019, reviewed)
  2092. Telléry Márton, Teaching English through prose; Novels and short stories in the language classroom (MA English, Zerkowitz Judit, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2093. Tepszichs Edit Veronika, Trauma in Kurt Vonnegut’s fiction: Narrative technique in Slaughterhouse-Five (BA American, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2094. Teravainen Anne, Code switching in bilingual communities (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2095. Teravainen Anne Maarit, Motivation, self-regulation and autonomous learning behaviour in an EFL context (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2096. Terbócs Imola Dalma, Multicultural London: migrant identities in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth and Andrea Levy’s Small Island (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2097. Terentieva Yuliia, Intersections between image and narrative: Architectural image and effect in Franz Kafka’s The Trial (MA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2098. Tési Áron, Old Norse influence on Old English phonology (MA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  2099. Tévald Márton, Second language acquisition: acquisition orders and the teachability hypothesis (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  2100. Tevely Nikolett Réka, American-Chinese relations since 1972: ’The Group of Two that could change the world’ (MA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  2101. Theklesz Tamás György, Bernard Marx, an outsider in Brave New World or, the effects of modern technology on people (BA English, Maráczi Géza, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2102. Theklesz Tamás György, The underlying values of American national symbols and their possible cohesive role in the nation (MA English, Leavey, James, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2103. Thipphavone Gréta Chanmani, The loss of privacy in the Digital Age (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2104. Thornton David, The Semantic Information Contained in Light Verbs (BA English, Szecsenyi Krisztina, DELG, 2018, reviewed)
  2105. Tian Chang, Female Roles in Printed Advertisements: An Overview of The Potential of Multimodal Discourse Analysis (BA English, Eitler Tamas, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  2106. Tibai Rita, English language school-leaving examination in Hungary in comparison to other European practices (BA English, Öveges Enikő, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2107. Timár Noémi Evelin, The Relationship between Superheroes and the American Military (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2108. Titus-Karsai Ágnes, Alternative ways of learning: Can video games help with improving language knowledge? (BA American, Prescott, Frank, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  2109. Tolnai Dóra, Legacy of Scandinavians in English place-names (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2110. Tolnai Zsuzsanna, The patriotic voice of Thomas Moore’s “Irish Melodies” (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2111. Tomacsek Vivien, Approaches to the structure of English small clauses (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  2112. Toptsi Jamil Eftim, The impact of digital media use on the L2 motivational self system (MA English, Csizer Kata, DEAL, 2018, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2113. Tornyossy Szofia Anna, Hamilton: an American musical – a cultural phenomenon (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2020, submitted)
  2114. Tóta Vanda, L1 attrition and the mental lexicon: Cognitive factors influencing the level of attrition (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2115. Tóth Ádám, Multimodal analysis of ideational meaning in video game cover art (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2116. Tóth Adrienn, Arthurian legends recreated in victorian poetry: Gender roles in the Idylls of the King (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2117. Tóth Adrienn, Second language attrition: A difference between two foreign languages in the Hungarian context (MA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2118. Tóth Adrienn, The perception of American English in a small Hungarian town (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2119. Tóth Ágnes Lilla, Mixed cultures in northern England - migrant and non-migrant cross-cultural influences in West Yorkshire (MA English, Appleby, Rachel, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2120. Tóth Ágnes Lilla, Successful intercultural communication in a working milieu (BA English, Lázár Ildikó, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  2121. Tóth Ágnes, Women in Tolkien’s fantasy world: The Lord of the Rings (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2122. Tóth András, The Internet through the eyes of Marshall McLuhan (BA American, Kenyeres János, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2123. Tóth Andrea, Developing a pedagogy of using the internet in ELT: approaches, tools and techniques (BA English, Andrews, Mark, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  2124. Tóth Andrea, Pragmatics in English language coursebooks (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2125. Tóth Anikó, Hurricane Katrina in the American media (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  2126. Tóth Anikó Szilvia, The effects of audio visualization on the efficiency of the teaching-learning process in the EFL classroom (BA English, Asbóth, László, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2127. Tóth Barbara Zsuzsanna, The advantages and disadvantages of early bilingualism (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2128. Tóth Bence Mihály, The language of advertising (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  2129. Tóth Bianka, Some aspects of teacher autonomy in university language education (MA English, Prescott-Pickup Francis J., DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2130. Tóth Bianka, The importance of self-assessment in second language learning in the 21st century (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2131. Tóth Boglárka Fanni, The Syntax of English News Headlines: A Truncation Approach (BA English, den Dikken Marcel, DELG, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2132. Tóth Darla Martina, The illustration of genders in Walt Disney animations (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  2133. Tóth Dominika, Irish mythology through the 20th century: Comparison of By the Bog of Cats and its predecessor dramas (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  2134. Tóth Dominika, The hidden fears behind Huxley’s utopias (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2135. Tóth Enikő Boglárka, Learning English in a non-English speaking country: Language learning difficulties faced by East-Asian EFL university students in Hungary (BA English, Thurmer Andrea Gabrielle, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2136. Tóth Enikő, The role of watching series in English language learning (BA English, Major Éva, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  2137. Tóth Eszter Anna, The view of nature in Emily Dickinson’s poetry (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  2138. Tóth Eszter, Bible, Drama, Bibliodrama (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2139. Tóth Eszter, Interculturality in Under the Frog and Tibor Fischer’s Role as a Cultural Mediator (MA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2020, submitted)
  2140. Tóth Eszter, Second language anxiety (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2013, reviewed)
  2141. Tóth Fanni, The tools used by the media to represent science news and their influence on people (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2142. Tóth Gábor, Similarities and differences between translations produced by novice and expert translators: An exploratory qualitative study (MA English, Károly Krisztina, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2143. Tóth Gina, The role of intercultural competence in the translation of realia: an overview of empirical research (BA English, -, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  2144. Tóth Janka, The role of emotions in language learning (BA English, Kálmán Csaba, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  2145. Tóth Julianna, Discourse analysis of spam marketing e-mails (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2146. Tóth Julianna, Who’s playing? Theatre and the Player in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2147. Tóth Kata, Teaching English in Hungary - Two native English speaking teachers’ experience of cultural differences (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  2148. Tóth Katinka, Shakespeare’s flowers: The image of flowers in Shakespeare’s sonnets and in Venus and Adonis (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2149. Tóth Krisztina Kitti, Interior monologues of the early twentieth century novel of consciousness (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2150. Tóth Krisztina, Charlotte Brontë & the emotional rights of women: Jane Eyre (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2151. Tóth László, Humour in Beckett’s Works (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2152. Tóth Lilla, The English Negation: What the respondents say? (BA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  2153. Tóth Máté, Friends – the American sitcom: unraveling the links between the TV sensation and social stereotypes (BA English, Thürmer Andrea, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  2154. Tóth Máté, Iconic British and American photos that have revolutionized the world (MA English, Thürmer Andrea, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  2155. Tóth Mónika, British cinema in the 1960s: Realism of the British new wave and modernism of the swinging London (BA American, Velich Andrea, DES, 2020, submitted)
  2156. Tóth Nikolett, Dreamers, DACA, and American Society (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  2157. Tóth Nikolett, The Depiction of Male and Female Relationships and the Role of Sexuality in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2158. Tóth Nikolett, The importance of the English language in the life of a large Hungarian company (BA English, Király Zsolt, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2159. Tóth-Palásthy Luca, Connectivism as an approach to L2 learning (BA English, Tartsay Nóra, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  2160. Tóth Regina, The Role of Extensive Reading in English Language Learning (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  2161. Tóth Réka, Classroom Research: The use of music and songs in the EFL classroom (MA Eng teacher, Uwe Pohl, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  2162. Tóth Sára Krisztina, The Social Impacts of the Black Lives Matter Movement (MA English, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2163. Tóth-Szöllős Éva, Human rights texts in English language teaching (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2164. Tóth Teodóra Petra, Dystopian tradition and innovation in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2165. Tóth Viktória, The clash of cultures in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2166. Tóth Vivien Anna, The role of songs in learning English (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  2167. Tóth Zsanett, Mrs. Bennet - A mother with pride and prejudice (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2168. Tótiván Anett, Multimodality in advertising: The interplay of language, sound, and vision (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2169. TOUIHRI RABEB, The US Borders through Hollywood: The Various Representations of the US–Mexico Border in American Film Industry (MA American, SZABÓ ÉVA ESZTER, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  2170. Töklincz Tamara, The description and analysis of the schwa vowel (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  2171. Tömör Katalin, The ways of expressing identity for men and women in the beginning of the twentieth century (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2018, reviewed)
  2172. Töpler Péter, Occultism and magic in Shakespeare’s The Tempest (BA English, Szalay Krisztina, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  2173. Törék Eszter, Time, the Fair Youth, and the Poet: The question of eternality in the sonnets of William Shakespeare (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2017, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2174. Töreki Valentina, Cuban Relations in the Late 1950s Early 1960s (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2175. Török Ágnes, English as a second language in kindergarten age: English teaching in Hungarian Nursery Schools (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2176. Török Anna, Ash Wednesday and T. S. Eliot’s Dantean Vision of Unity (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2177. Török Anna, Patterns in T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets (MA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  2178. Török Fanni, The Road to Brexit: The Historical and Social Backgroud of Brexit (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2179. Török Zsófia Flóra, The significance of art and nature in Virginia Woolf’s novels (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2020, submitted)
  2180. Tran Jenna Hoaithu, Public Perception of Latinos in the United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2181. Trautsch József Tamás, Teacher motivation as a source of student motivation in the process of second language learning (BA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  2182. Tréfás Luca, Exploration of the Criminal Mind in Agatha Christie’s Poirot Novels (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2183. Trója Noémi, “The Virgin started from her seat, & with a shriek fled back unhinderd” Fall, retreat or escape in William Blake’s The Book of Thel (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2184. TRUONG KHANH HANG, A NŐK ÁBRÁZOLÁSA WILLIAM FAULKNER THE SOUND AND THE FURY C. MŰVÉBEN: PSZICHOANALITIKAI ÉRTELMEZÉS (BA American, Dr. Federmayer Éva, CSc/Ph.d. Associate professor, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  2185. Tubik Dóra, The Representation of Australian social issues in Christos Tsiolkas’ novel “The Slap” (BA English, Holló Dorottya, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  2186. Tujner Gabriella, The X-Factor of Poetry: Is Slam Poetry Literature? (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2187. Tulezi Milla, Culture of the Hungarin Canadians (BA English, Dorothy Hoffmann, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2188. Turai Bernadette Dóra, Grotesque in Shakespeare’s plays: Monsters on the path of metamorphosis (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2189. Turai Bernadette Dóra, Paint me as I am’ (MA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2190. TURAN BETUL, William Blake non profeta versei mint misztikus hely és idő érzéke William Blake’s Non-Prophetic Poetry as a Mythos: Sense of Place and Time (BA English, J.SUFF MATTHEW, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2191. TURAN KUBRA, William Blake gyermek témák: Pasztoralis fejlödés William Blake’s Child Subjects: Pastoralia and Progression (BA English, J.SUFF MATTHEW, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2192. Turbók Fanni, The many faces of Pygmalion (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2193. Turcsányi Réka Mária, Combining science and poetry: Erasmus Darwin’s The Loves of the Plants (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2014, submitted)
  2194. Turi Kamilla, Why do languages change?: The case of phrasal verbs (MA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2019, reviewed)
  2195. Tyekvicska Virág Ágnes, The Question of Integrity in Robert Capa’s Work (BA American, Ryan, Christopher, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2196. Udvardi Anita, The evolution of witches from Salem to Hollywood (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  2197. Udvardy Kitti, Konglish: English incorporated into Korean (BA English, Thurmer Andrea Gabrielle, DELP, 2018, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2198. Ugrósdy Marianna, Songs in the EFL classroom: Comparing teachers’ expectations with students’ perceptions (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2010, reviewed)
  2199. Újvári Eszter, Bilingualism: myths vs. facts (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2200. Ujvári Zoltán, The role of student beliefs in language learning (BA English, Albert, Ágnes, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2201. Ulrich Zita, Culture-related problems in the translation of Regular Reports in the European Union (BA English, Károly Krisztina, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2202. Umathum Dóra, Commodification, and the Objectified Female Figure in Moll Flanders (BA English, Janzer Dóra, DES, 2019, submitted)
  2203. Urbán Edina, Rock n’ roll circus: The Rolling Stones in the ’Swinging Sixties’ (BA English, Rachel Appleby, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2204. Ussentayeva Zhansaya, Two parents - two cultures (BA English, Uwe Pohl, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  2205. Utasi Péter, The attitude of the poetic self towards society in the late poems of W. B. Yeats (BA English, Sarbu Aladár, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  2206. Uygun Sude, Islamic minorities in Australia - the daily life of Muslims (BA English, Gall Cecília, DES, 2019, submitted)
  2207. Váczi Zsombor Apród, Group learning vs. one-to-one learning: students in the spotlight (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2015, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2208. Vadas Gergely, A comparative analysis of politeness in English and Japanese (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  2209. Vadász Réka, Constructing identities in English as a lingua franca: Erasmus exchange students in Hungary (MA English, Csizér Katalin, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2210. Vadócz Gergely Lajos, Representations of mythology in graphic novels and comics: Christian mythology in The Sandman (BA English, Vincze Ferenc, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  2211. Vadócz Orsolya, The role of the internet in autonomous language learning (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2212. Vágó Lilla, The American Dream in the 21st Century (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2213. Vaigel Erika, Female convicts in colonial Australia (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  2214. Vajda Kristóf, Philosophical and political satire in British television (1950-2010): An analytic demonstration of two monumental British sitcoms: Blackadder and Yes Minister (MA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2215. Valentyik Ágnes, Angela Carter Black Venus collection: Subverting male myths of femininity (BA English, Szalay Krisztina Mária, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2216. Váli Barbara, The time-trascending narrative of John Fowles’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2217. Valkai Réka, Becoming an artist: Analysis of the genre, structure and style of James Joyce’s and Dylan Thomas’s Portraits (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2218. Valovics Dániel, The shaping and destruction of Dorian Gray as a piece of living art (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2219. Vámosi Ágoston, Current problems of multi-ethnic urban areas in England (BA English, Saltmarsh Philip, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2220. Vámos Lilla Krisztina, The condition of England Novel and Ian McEwan’s fiction: Saturday and the tradition of representing current concerns (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  2221. Vámos Lilla Krisztina, The legacy of the Civil Rights Movement in American cinema: Spike Lee preserving tradition (MA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  2222. Vámossy Krisztina Zita, Pinter and his techniques: the threat of the outside world through pause and silence in The Caretaker (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2223. Vandová Réka, Being and time in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot and Happy Days (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2224. Várady Ildikó Eszter, Two novels of Anne Brontë (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2225. Varga Ádám Benjámin, A contrastive analysis of the lexical and grammatical features of EFL students’ argumentative essays and guided summaries (MA English, Tankó Gyula, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  2226. Varga Ádám Benjámin, Language and manipulation in various discourses (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2227. Varga Ádám, Stanley Kubrick as an adapter: Narration, Genres, Language (BA English, Farkas Ákos István, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2228. Varga Ágnes, Japanese Americans and the Theory of Model Minority (BA American, Cseh Dániel, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2229. Varga Andrea, Inclusive education, as a key factor in improving the performance and motivation in language learning for dyslexic students in the United States and Europe (BA English, Kontra Edit, DAS, 2019, submitted)
  2230. Varga Anikó, Songs in English language learning and teaching (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2231. Varga Attila, Roles and possibilities of women in 19th century English and Russian novels (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2232. Varga Berta, The Advantages and Disadvantages of Bilingualism (BA English, Hoffmann Dorothy, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2233. Varga Brigitta, Pre- and post-puberty SLA: the psycholinguistic perspective (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2234. Varga Dóra Ágnes, Charles Dickens: Great Expectations: The childhood roots of self-blame (BA English, Dr. Péteri Éva, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2235. Varga Dóra, Heroes and anti-heroes in Joyce’s early fiction through A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2236. Varga Gábor, A classic literary archetype throughout the years - the depiction and development of the English manservant (MA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2237. Varga Gábor, Emotional duality in Postmodern drama: The co-existence of hope and despair in Samuel Beckett’s and Harold Pinter’s works (BA English, Takács Ferenc, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2238. Varga Helka, Audiovisual translation: Translating cultural and humorous utterances (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2239. Varga Júlia, Ways of passing the time in Beckett’s Waiting for Godot (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2240. VARGA KATALIN ILONA, The nature of evil in William Shakespeare’s tragedies (BA English, dr. Hargitai Márta, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2241. Varga Krisztina, Individual characteristics of adult language learners (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  2242. Varga Krisztina, Motivating and demotivating factors in the language learning behaviour of Hungarian university students (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2011, reviewed)
  2243. Varga Laura, R-related rules in Received Pronunciation and Standard Scottish English (BA English, Starčević Attila, DELG, 2012, reviewed)
  2244. Varga Máté Imre, Accent levelling in Present Day British English (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2012, reviewed)
  2245. Varga Máté Imre, Brand communication in the social media (MA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2246. Varga Máté, President Truman and the Debates of the Korean War in the United States (MA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2247. Varga Nikoletta Judit, Exploring the background of the hippie movement: reception, ideas, opinions (BA English, Asbóth László, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  2248. Varga Orsolya, The changes in English language competence of the Hungarian population after 1989 (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  2249. Varga Petra, The symbol of the rose in the poetry of William Butler Yeats (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2250. Varga-Radnóti Anna Krisztina, Honour killing in the Asian communities of the United Kingdom (BA English, Magdolna Kimmel, DES, 2014, submitted)
  2251. Varga Rebeka, Narrative empathy in Tess of the d’Urbervilles (BA English, Tímár Andrea, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2252. Varga Sándor, Hamlet and Hieronimo revealed (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  2253. Varga Tibor, Flapping in American English (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2010, reviewed)
  2254. Varga Zita, Narration techniques and speech acts in Beowulf (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2255. Varga Zita, The role of language in human-computer interaction (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  2256. Varga Zsófia, In defence of Universal Grammar: A synthesis of results from first and second language acquisition studies (BA English, Tamási J. Gergely, DEAL, 2011, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2257. Varga Zsuzsa, The Controversial Approach of Racial Issues in Tarantino movies (BA American, Csorba Eszter Zsuzsanna, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  2258. Varjas Tamás, English foreign policy and diplomacy under the reign of Henry VII (BA English, Velich Andrea, DES, 2014, submitted)
  2259. Várkonyi Kinga Anita, Immigration as homecoming: Images of Ireland through Angela’s Ashes (BA English, Lojkó Miklós, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2260. Varró Eszter, The changing role of the hero In 20th century American crime films (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  2261. Várszegi Anna, Martin McDonagh and the construction of male identity in contemporary media (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2262. Várszegi Eszter, The use of modern technologies in the English classroom: Blogging with EFL students as a way of learner-centred teaching (BA English, Andrews, Mark, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  2263. Várszegi Mónika, Aspects of bilingualism (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  2264. Vásárhelyi Lilla, Public Perception of Immigration and Terrorism in the Post-9/11 United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2265. Vásári Ildikó, The representation of the American South in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin (BA American, Federmayer Éva, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  2266. Vass Alexandra Irina, Narration and narrative in John Fowles’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman and its 1981 film adaptation (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2267. Vass Angelika Barbara, Language and power: The United Kingdom in the EU and the dominance of the English language (BA English, Illés Éva, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  2268. Vass Enikő, Modernism in Will Self’s novels (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2269. Vass Eszter, Communication in Sarah Kane’s Cleansed: Language, violence, and power in the theatre (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2020, submitted)
  2270. Vass Eszter, The invisible play: A metatheatrical interpretation of Hamlet (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2271. Vass Gabriella, Typical Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  2272. Vass Ildikó, The comparison of János Arany’s and Ádám Nádasdy’s Hamlet translation (BA English, Hargitai Márta, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2273. Vass Szabolcs, A Critical Analysis of the Articles of Confederation (BA American, Magyarics Tamás, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2274. Vasvári Szilvia, Society and the American Cartoons: The portrayal of the gun debate in television series Family Guy and American Dad! (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  2275. Vas Viola, White influence on aboriginal culture in Australia (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  2276. Vaszlovics Nóra, The empowerment of women in Caryl Churchill’s plays: Motherhood and female freedom in Top Girls (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  2277. Vazsita Eszter, The motif of nudity in the poetry of Lawrence Ferlinghetti through A Coney Island of the Mind (BA American, Bán Zsófia, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  2278. Vázsonyi Gergő, A victorian ideal: ’angels’ in the house (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  2279. Vecsernyés Dóra, The Happy Prince and A House of Pomegranates - fairy tales of an aesthete (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2280. Vecsernyés Dóra, We’re a narrative animal, aren’t we?’: Remembrance in the Fiction of Julian Barnes (MA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2281. Vedernikova Elena, Language policy in international companies of Budapest (MA English, Eitler Tamas, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  2282. Végh Valéria, The United States’ relationship with the UN and NATO: Foundations of a postmodern empire (MA American, Flibbert, Andrew, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  2283. Végh Viktória, Svéd, svéd-angol vagy angol?: Az angol nyelv svédországi helyzetének értelmezése (BA English, Veljanovszki Dávid, DELP, 2019, reviewed)
  2284. Vercseg Zsuzsanna, The theme of death in British dystopias (MA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2285. Veres Evelin, Windows and mirrors: Perception in James Joyce’s Dubliners (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  2286. Veres Fanni, An analysis of neologisms related to social networking (BA American, Benczes Réka, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2287. Veresh Ivanna Dmytrivna, Revolution or evolution of blended learning within the university context (MA American, Német Nóra, DAS, 2012, reviewed)
  2288. Veres Réka, The use of manipulation in Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four and Huxley’s Brave New World (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2289. Veres Sára, Immigration Challenges in the United States (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DELP, 2015, submitted)
  2290. Veress László, Teaching and testing writing in dyslexia: a foreign language perspective (BA English, Kontráné Hegybíró Edit, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2291. Versényi Zsolt István, Baseball and American self-image: A historical overview of the game’s relationship with the culture between 1846-1976 (MA American, James, Ryan, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  2292. Vesztergom Janina, ’And I choose never to stoop’: Focalisation and diegesis in Robert Browning’s complementary dramatic monologues (MA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2011, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2293. Vesztergom Janina, The enfolding of the narrative in Robert Browning’s My Last Duchess (BA English, Csikós Dóra, DES, 2009, reviewed)
  2294. Vezse Bernadett, Homeschooling in the United States (BA American, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2018, reviewed)
  2295. Vezsenyi Zoltán, Red-letter days in Scotland and Hungary: Different cultures, different celebrations? (BA English, Rachel Appleby, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2296. Vicze-Máthé Borbála, Fear and madness in the British colonial fiction: reading Conrad and Kipling (BA English, Tímár Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2297. Viczmándi Ferenc, F.D. Roosevelt and U.S. Isolationism: Its Role in the Foreign Affairs Leading Up to the Second World War (BA American, Frank Tibor, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2298. Vida Balázs, The changing role of grammar in instructed language learning (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2299. Vidó Márk, Microbreweries’ effect on the American culture: Examining craft beer from a cultural aspect (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2017, reviewed)
  2300. Vidová Kitti, Studying masculinity in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2301. Vígh Dániel, Motivation for Learning English: a Comparison Between ELTE BTK and BME Students (BA English, Ryan, Christopher, DELP, 2016, submitted)
  2302. Vincellér Lilla Tamara, Asian-Americans — ’The Model Minority’ (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  2303. Vincze Ágnes, Amerindian history and cultures: The Navajos and the Long Walk (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  2304. Vincze Viktória, The role of video games in improving English language proficiency (BA English, Kimmel Magdolna, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  2305. Vinkler Andrea, Problems of contemporary music education in American public schools: The legacy of the ’No Child Left Behind’ act (BA American, Ward, Stanley A., DAS, 2014, reviewed)
  2306. Viola Nelli Irma, The use of English language advertisements in Hungary (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  2307. Virág Bettina Cecília, The portrayal of women in Tennyson’s “The Lady of Shalott” (1842) (BA English, Gárdos Bálint, DES, 2017, reviewed)
  2308. Vizvári Júlia, Hungarian mistakes in the pronunciation of English vowels (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2011, reviewed)
  2309. Vonnák Eliz, Bilingualism in the education of the United States (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  2310. Vonnák Norbert, Women in the works of Henry James (BA American, Farkas Ákos, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  2311. Vorinko Liubov, Translation of Ukrainian narrative stories: an analysis of cultural realia in discourse (MA English, Károly Krisztina, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  2312. Völgyes Andrea, Religion and the vampire: Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2313. Völgyes Andrea, Smoke and mirrors: Shakespearean inspiration in Oscar Wilde’s fiction: Shakespearean inspiration in Oscar Wilde’s fiction (MA English, Dr. Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2314. Vörös Eszter, Psychology of fear in Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2315. Vörösházi Csilla, Challenges and methods when teaching English to dyslexic learners in integrated classes (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2014, submitted)
  2316. Vörös Kata, Life writing by contemporary Aboriginal women: Aboriginal women’s struggle to maintain their identity in 20th-century Australia (BA English, Gall Cecilia, DELP, 2013, reviewed)
  2317. Vörös Noémi Fanni, Legal aspects in the two novels of Defoe: Robinson Crusoe and Moll Flanders (BA English, Timár Andrea, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2318. Vörös Nóra Hanna, Where no man has gone before – representation of minorities in Star Trek: The Original Series (BA American, Panka Dániel, DAS, 2019, reviewed)
  2319. Vöröss Virág Sarolta, The relationship between the immigrant crisis and Brexit as reflected in the British online media (BA English, Tiboldi Tímea, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2320. Vörös Zsuzsanna, Similarities between the House M.D. Series and the Sherlock Holmes Stories (BA English, Halápi Magdolna, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2321. Wagner Zoltan, Biblical symbolism in John Steinbeck’s East of Eden (MA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2014, submitted)
  2322. Weisenburger Éva, The afterlife of ’The Lady of Shalott’ (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2323. Weisz Dorottya, Orthodox Jewish communities in the United States: Changing female identities in the age of blogging (BA American, Ryan James, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  2324. Weisz Georgina, Alice through the ages: Adaptations of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass (BA English, Prescott, Frank, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  2325. Wenesz Zsolt Roland, Cultural Genocide and the Australian Indigenous People: Facts and Debates (BA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2017, reviewed)
  2326. Wentworth Ivie Pimpaethai, The role of women in the society of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale (BA English, Sárdi, Rudolf, DES, 2017, submitted)
  2327. Wernicke Vivien Anikó, Bilingualism and language aptitude (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  2328. Wilheim Fruzsina, Never letting go: the relationship of Kazuo Ishiguro’s protagonists to their past, present, and future (BA English, Friedrich Judit, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2329. Wilson Luca Edit, Aggression and self-destruction as the embodiment of repressed sexual identity in Tennessee Williams’ two dramas: an analysis of A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (BA English, Benczik Vera, DAS, 2015, submitted)
  2330. Winecker Ágnes, Mary Turner’s mental disintegration in Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2331. Wiszt Diána, American presence in New Caledonia during the Second World War (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2013, reviewed)
  2332. Wittmann Dalma, The language shift of Italo-Americans across generations (BA English, Eitler Tamás, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  2333. Wittmann Zita, Monty Python: Humour through the eyes of a Dead Parrot (BA English, Medgyes Péter, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2334. Wojciechowski Patrícia, The role of technology in acquiring English as a second language: Social media language learning (BA English, Kálmán Csaba, DEAL, 2019, reviewed)
  2335. Wolf András Pál, Comparing Post-War Immigration in Australia and Britain from the 1940s until the 1990s (MA English, Gall Cecília, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2336. Wolf András Pál, Martin Luther King and the effects of the Civil Rights Movement on the American society (BA American, Szabó Éva Eszter, DAS, 2011, reviewed)
  2337. Wolford Zsófia, Beckett’s Late Dramas: Extreme Gender Representation (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2338. Wynn Anna Patricia, Gender roles in Thomas Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd (BA English, Ruttkay Veronika, DES, 2018, reviewed)
  2339. Xu Luxi, The Features of Modernism in Dystopian Films (BA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2340. Yang Tong Tong, Learning language via Blended Learning (BA English, Nóra Németh, DEAL, 2019, submitted)
  2341. Yerbolatkyzy Raushan, The evolution of Kazakh and American relations in a post-soviet world (BA American, William Hoversen, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  2342. Yildiz Reyhan, Teaching culture in Turkish EFL classrooms: changes in perceptions and practice (MA English, Uwe, Pohl, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2343. Younessi Zadeh Ramin, Bible and Creation Mythology in Ted Hughes’s ’Crow: From the Life and Songs of the Crow’ (BA English, Ferencz Győző, DES, 2016, reviewed)
  2344. Zádori Adrienn, Representation of consumerism in Anthony Burgess’ fictions (MA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  2345. Zagorácz Dominika, Violence presented as a form of entertainment in American TV series: Dexter and Criminal Minds (BA English, Kenyeres, János, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2346. Zaid Kamilia, L2 speech production: Advanced learners and speech monitoring (MA English, Ágnes Albert, DEAL, 2016, submitted)
  2347. Zalánki Gábor, Birth of a phoneme (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2013, reviewed)
  2348. Zalasch Tímea, Multiculturalism in the works of T.S. Eliot: Eliot and the notion of unity (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2349. Zámori Máté, The great romantic teacher: Wordsworth as a didactic poet (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2011, reviewed)
  2350. Zanaty Katalin Zita, Motivation and attitudes in language learning (BA English, Andrews, Mark, DEAL, 2010, reviewed)
  2351. Zelei Róbert, The character of the leader in utopian and dystopian fiction (MA English, Czigányik Zsolt, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2352. Zelei Róbert, The manipulation of society and the individual in We and Brave New World (BA English, Farkas Ákos, DES, 2010, reviewed)
  2353. Zenka Zsuzsanna, Interpretations of violence and brutality in Martin McDonagh’s Leenane trilogy (MA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2354. Zenka Zsuzsanna, Negative dramaturgy in Samuel Bekcett’s Play and Footfalls (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2355. Zhang Jinqiu, A comparison of English and Hungarian EFL teaching approaches (BA English, Andrea gabrielle turmer, DELP, 2020, submitted)
  2356. Zhang Shan, The Teaching Focuses of Chinese Online English Teachers on Academic Writing: Using IELTS Teaching as An Example (BA English, Németh Nóra, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  2357. Zhang Yanling, A study on Motivation of Chinese Students learning Hungarian in Hungary (MA English, Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2018, reviewed)
  2358. ZHANG YUXUE, Chinese Immigrants in the U.S.: Whether Do They Melt into American Society? (BA English, Uwe Jens Pohl, DELP, 2014, submitted)
  2359. Zhang Zhiyu, Analysis and strategy of intercultural pragmatics in business English communication (BA English, Kálmán Csaba, DELP, 2019, reviewed)
  2360. Zholobovsky Ilana, Contemporary plays in youth education: Caryl Churchill’s ’Vinegar Tom’ as a key to discussion of female social problems. (BA English, Pikli Natália, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2361. Zholobovsky Ilana, Initiating a discussion on the subject of female social issues through British literature (MA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2019, reviewed)
  2362. Zhou Li, Multiculturalism in the U.S. and Canada: A Comparative Analysis (MA English, Kenyeres János, DES, 2018, submitted)
  2363. Ziaja Balázs, A nyelvelsajátítás és a nyelvvesztés folyamata gyermekek és felnőttek esetében (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2018, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2364. Ziegler Katalin, Comparison of Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett and Tóték by István Örkény (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2014, reviewed)
  2365. Zilahi Gábor Rudolf, The American myth of success: African American integration through sports (BA English, James, Ryan, DAS, 2010, reviewed)
  2366. Zimányi Gabriella, The Negative Impacts of Child Beauty Pageants on Its Participants in the United States:Glitz Beauty Pageants (BA English, Stanley A. Ward, DAS, 2016, submitted)
  2367. Zirigh Anna Szeréna, A szépségipar nyelvezete a társadalom tükrében (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2020, submitted)
  2368. Zirigová Zsófia, The heroine of Anne Brontë’s The tenant of Wildfell Hall: The curse of innocence (BA English, Péteri Éva, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2369. Zoboki Noémi, John Millington Synge and The Aran Islands (BA English, Remport Eglantina, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2370. Zoltán Zsófia, A comparison of the argumentative skills of two learner groups (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  2371. Zoltán Zsófia, Thackeray as narrator in Vanity Fair (BA English, Halácsy Katalin, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2372. Zólyomi Anna, Explicit and implicit learning processes in language acquisition (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2373. Zólyomi Anna, The role of explicit and implicit learning processes and language aptitude in the success of foreign language acquisition (MA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2019, reviewed, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  2374. Zopcsák Ferenc Zsolt, The significance of learners’ beliefs in language learning: The culture-independency of beliefs (BA English, Brózik-Piniel Katalin, DEAL, 2009, reviewed)
  2375. Zöldy Anna Viola, Theme centered interaction in the English language classroom (MA English, Christopher Ryan, DELP, 2012, submitted)
  2376. Zrinszky Adrienn, Society and culture in the 1960s: The aspirations of youth (BA English, Dávid Gergely, DELP, 2014, reviewed)
  2377. Zsakovszky Zsuzsanna Ilona, Words that create worlds: aspects of Neoplatonism in Dylan Thomas’s ’Deaths and Entrances’ (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2012, reviewed)
  2378. Zsakovszky Zsuzsanna, The Unreality of Time: Physical and Metaphysical Aspects of Space and Time in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia and Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming (MA English, Kállay Géza, DES, 2016, submitted)
  2379. Zsemlye Tamás, Language learning motivation of South Korean ESL students (BA English, Wein Csizér Kata, DEAL, 2015, submitted)
  2380. Zsibrita Ágnes Erika, Aspects of Business English language testing (BA English, Dóczi Brigitta, DEAL, 2017, reviewed)
  2381. Zsiga Nóra Anna, Black identities in the United Kingdom (BA English, Pohl, Uwe, DES, 2013, reviewed)
  2382. Zsikla Csaba József, Fashion as a social phenomenon in the 80s and 90s: English fashion and its prominent figures (BA English, James Leavey, DELP, 2012, reviewed)
  2383. Zsin Eszter Erzsébet, The social aspects of second language acquisition (BA English, Albert Ágnes, DEAL, 2014, reviewed)
  2384. Zsiros Mónika Vivien, Blaxploitation in Hollywood (BA English, Fehér Réka Dorottya, DAS, 2020, submitted)
  2385. Zsohár Henriett, Working class heroes: The Beatles’ early years and the climax (BA English, Asbóth László, DELP, 2011, reviewed)
  2386. Zsoldos Anna Dorottya, Representations of reading and literature in Jane Austen’s Persuasion (BA English, Komáromy Zsolt, DES, 2015, submitted)
  2387. Zsuzsa Fruzsina, “Butchered by women”- War of the Sexes in John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger (BA English, Gellért Marcell, DES, 2017, reviewed)