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THEORY OF LANGUAGE

MANAGEMENT DISCOURSE ANALYSIS FROM THE COGNITIVE VIEWPOINT

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The introduction of cognitive models of different discourse types is a challenging research area within the context of cognitive and discourse linguistic paradigm. The main purpose of this paper is ...

The main documents of language personality (based on the literary character)

Volume 1, Issue №2, 2014
Language personality is a mode of existence in the linguistic and cultural environment. The author demonstrates a fairly well-known criteria, calling them the basic documents, that result in the identification ...

SYNERGETIC EVOLUTIONARY MECHANISMS IN THE MORPHOLOGY OF ENGLISH

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The paper deals with a number of synergetic evolutionary processes in a natural language grammar. Dissipation processes underlying the unification of morphology are illustrated through the example of English morphology. ...

THE AXIOLOGICAL SPECIFICITY OF THE CONCEPT POWER IN A SEMANTIC STRUCTURE OF THE SET EXPRESSIONS IN ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article views the axiological potentials of the set-expressions explicating the concept POWER in modern English and Russian. Both common conceptual value characteristic features of POWER of the said languages ...

SPEECH ACT OF COMPLAINT: SEMANTICS, PRAGMATICS, TYPOLOGY

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article is devoted to the analysis of a significant for the Russian culture speech act of complaint. The author studies an idiomatic constituent of a “complaint” lexeme in the ...

FRENCH LINGUISTIC CULTURE AND NATIONAL HERITAGE

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article investigates the key concept of the French linguistic culture «patrimoine». The author studies vocabulary and discourse manifestations of the concept including its correlation with the national mentality of ...

PHONETIC AND LEXICAL DEVIATIONS FROM THE NORMS OF MODERN LITERARY GERMAN (SYSTEM INNOVATIONS IN BAVARIAN DIALECT)

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article is devoted to research of specific features of Bavarian dialect of the modern literary German language on the level of phonetic and lexical changes. The dialect is remarkable ...

SOMATISMS «TÊTE» AND «BOUCHE» AS A PART OF PHRASEOLOGICAL AFRICANISMS

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article points out the phraseological Africanisms of African French, containing the somatisms yeux – «eyes» and bouche – «mouth», and compares their semantic content in relation to the French ...

LINGUISTIC CREATIVITY OF INTERLINGUAL SWITCHINGS IN A LITERARY TEXT

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article discusses the extension of functions of interlingual inserts through elucidation of their linguocreative potential. Using foreign words in the literary text changes its semantic and pragmatic characteristics, which ...

Past events collective memory in linguistic perspective: case-study of the British royal family speeches

Volume 8, Issue №3, 2022
The study examines the construal of collective memory in Great Britain concerning the victory in the Second World War and its linguistic representation. Collective memory is driven by ...

Linguistic and cultural identity: epistemological review

Volume 8, Issue №3, 2022
The article is intended to analyze and review the current state of "identity" as the category in modern social science. The main objective of the survey is to ...

Semantic complexes in the Russian anthropological linguistics: semantic entities and their components

Volume 8, Issue №2, 2022
The author examines the notions of semantic binary complexes in Russian anthropological linguistics (linguoculturology) and counter-meanings (anti-concepts) of the highest level of abstractness “unhappiness”, “injustice” and “ungratefulness.” These ...

Extracts from the comparative description of linguistic images in the phraseological systems of Hebrew and Yiddish

Volume 8, Issue №2, 2022
This work is devoted to the study of the formation of the Hebrew phraseological system from the perspective of the supposed influence of the phraseological system of Yiddish ...

Language economy and multilingualism: the case of Tatarstan

Volume 8, Issue №2, 2022
This interdisciplinary article is written at the intersection of ethnography of language policy and language economy – a science, underestimated both by (socio)linguists and economists. It aims to ...

Cognitive bases of lexical synonymy of nouns

Volume 8, Issue №2, 2022
The pertinence of this work stems from the need to study the cognitive bases of lexical synonymy of nouns, through which the semantic proximity between synonyms is formed for ...

Homo ludens in Sufi communication studies (theolinguistic aspect)

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
Play has a significant impact on the intellectual and emotional development of a person both in childhood and in adulthood. This development is not directive, without excessive control and ...

Linguomental anthroposphere in focus of comparative linguocultural analysis

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
The purpose of this article is to identify the peculiarities of linguomental anthroposphere in Russian, Ukrainian, British and American linguocultures. The scientific novelty of the research lies in the ...

Modeling of text and discourse worlds

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
The article deals with the author’s algorithm for modeling both text and discourse worlds. The importance of modeling in the contemporary linguistic paradigm is proved. The model of the ...

Online medical discourse during the COVID-19 pandemic: semantic categories and attitudes

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
The paper presents the results of the discourse, semantic and sentiment analysis of the medical professional forum publications. Computer-mediated communication (CMC) within the professional community on the portal MirVracha ...

Vocabulary enrichment in French during the COVID-19 pandemic

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only transformed social life around the world, it has also broadened the vocabulary of language, which has become a mirror of the new reality ...
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