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PHILOLOGY

ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
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THE FIELD OF LINGUOCULTURAL STUDIES AS A UNITY OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The article contains research on the linguocultural studies in the light of the general theory of the field and the description of its structure and content. The authors of the article consider the systematic nature of language, which is determined by the totality of fields as the basis of the physical landscape of the world, to be the starting point in the formation of the fileld of linguocultural studies. The synthesis of linguistic and extra-linguistic knowledge is reflected in the combination of language units of different levels interpreting — the name of the field — the cultural concept, mainly the vocabulary and phraseology of the language. Semasiological and onomasiological aspects are important principles of the examination of the field under study. The study establishes that, on the one hand, this field is based on the national linguocognitive foundation, and on the other – on the ethnic worldview of a particular people.

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PHILOSOPHICAL LANDSCAPE IN “SON MAKARA” (THE DREAM OF MAKAR) BY V. G. KOROLENKO AND “RYBAK” (THE FISHERMAN) BY N. D. NEUSTROEV

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The article examines and analyzes landscape descriptions in the literary works of Yakut authors V. G. Korolenko and N. D. Neustroev. Through this analysis, justification, and the functional characteristics of the landscape, and by using these authors as an example, the authors of the article determine the aspects of using landscape descriptions. In general, the landscapes of Korolenko and Neustroev are equally rich in the play of palettes and figurative colors, characterized by emotionality and lyrical expression. It is established that Korolenko and Neustroev use various visual and expressive means of language: personifications, metaphors, epithets, unusual comparisons, anaphoras.

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ON THE FORMATION OF A COMPARATIVE TRANSLATION ANALYSIS

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

Presently, there is no precise method of comparing translations, which is important for confirming certain translation theories. The formation of such a methodology is possible only with a step-by-step, detailed analysis of translations, which is what the theory of the levels of equivalence suggests. However, to develop a comprehensive methodology for translation comparison, it is also necessary to use Juliane House’s two-level model of linguistic text analysis, which allows for pre-selecting the function of the text and create a translation strategy depending on this function. Because of the text function, a translation at the level of the communication goal can be immediately realized while all subsequent actions are already aimed at a level-by-level comparison of translations.

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THE ZERO ARTICLE AS A DEICTIC OF THE SEMANTIC INVARIANT, THE MULTIPLICITY OF DENOTATUM

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The article demonstrates the essence and specificity of the zero article, which is examined as a part of the triad “definite/indefinite/zero types” as a full member of the opposition with its own functional status. The scientific novelty lies in the systematic application of the philosophical categories of “singular, general and particular”, “variation / non-variation” to the actualized noun, which is accompanied by a zero sign, which are correlated with the lexical meaning and variation of the denotative array, the categories of “whole and integral”, which are correlated with the semantic name invariant and syntax units. The lexical invariant and its actualization are considered from the standpoint of mathematical logic, the “element/set” dichotomy. The category of “multiplicity”, as opposed to “quantity”, is introduced, and the types of multiplicity are distinguished. The study establishes the difference in the category “variation of the particular” for the definite, indefinite, zero types of the article and proposes the naming for the zero article: “one-enumerative”, “multiplicity index”, “composite article”.

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ARTISTIC EMBODIMENT OF NATIONAL MENTALITY IN THE WORKS OF V. N. EGOROV-TUMARCHA

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The article discusses the reflection of the national mentality in the works of the People’s Artist of Yakutia Vasily Nazarovich Egorov-Tumarcha. The scientific novelty lies in the fact that the author for the first time makes an attempt to examine the works “Proklyaty kamen” (The Cursed Stone) and “Vozvyshenie” (The Ascent) from the point of view of reflecting in them the national image of the world. The results of the research demonstrate that the writer conveys the national mentality in different aspects, such as the display of the nature of Yakutia, its national beliefs, and ethnopsychology of the Sakha people.

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INFORMATION POST OF ENGLISH SOCIAL NETWORK INSTAGRAM

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This article presents the results of a profound study of the English Instagram informational posts. The authors offer a detailed classification of the informational posts and analyze them from the point of view of linguistic and stylistic features. The article reveals the communicative goal and functions of each subtype of informational posts and provides their analysis. Special attention is paid to the structural and stylistic aspects of the language of informational Instagram posts. The authors conclude by saying that informational posts have their own characteristics, but at the same time they follow the general laws of the posts formation in the Instagram network. The results of the research can be used in the field of advertising and marketing to create posts of the appropriate type and the required communicative goal to promote products, services, and to transfer information.

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ENCULTURATION AS A PREREQUISITE FOR SOCIAL ADAPTATION AND CULTURAL INTEGRATION CASE-STUDY: THE ETHNO-CULTURAL IDENTITY

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The modern global society is characterized by a tendency towards an increase in intercultural, interethnic, information contacts, blurring state and socio-cultural boundaries. At the same time, the political stability and democratic functionality is based on the unification of different religions and cultures. In this regard, the systematic study of socio-cultural adaptation is understood as a multidimensional sociocultural process, thanks to which a person achieves a high level of compatibility (integration) with a new (another) cultural environment, as well as the result of this common integration identity. The internal (immanent) adaptation side is expressed in the feeling of satisfaction and fullness of life, and its external (sociocultural) side, which is manifested in the active and creative participation of the individual in the cultural life of a macro-social group, which is most important for the civilizational development of a democratic country, as a civil society.

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USING GAMES IN TEACHING AND STUDYING RUSSIAN AT HANOI LAW UNIVERSITY

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

This article is devoted to using games in teaching and learning Russian as a foreign language. Firstly, the advantages and disadvantages of using games in teaching and learning russian as a foreign language are presented. Then, an idea of the principles of using games in teaching and learning Russian is given. The final part of the article examines the state of teaching and learning Russian at Hanoi Law university and using games in the Russian classes.

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“TWO ENDS OF AN INVISIBLE CHAIN…»: IPPOLIT AND PRINCE MYSHKIN

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The current article provides an interpretation of the artistic and philosophical meaning behind the opposing characters of Ippolit and Prince Myshkin in F. M. Dostoevsky’s “Idiot”, which in certain ways differs from traditional interpretations. The ideological and aesthetic principles underlying the juxtaposition of these characters are explored through hermeneutical approach; the text of Dostoevsky included in the dialogue of “great time” gives rise to a multiplicity of its understanding. The study traces the author’s stylistic techniques that reflect the similarities between the opposing characters. This is also evidenced by the parallels that exist between their ideas. The study also analyzes the novel’s metatext, which is endowed with its own special plot, which, in turn, opens up opportunities for new interpretations of the author’s idea. The artcile also highlights the literary sources common to Prince Myshkin and Ippolit, which previously did not attract the attention of the researchers of Dostoyevsky’s work.

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USING NON-NUMERIC STATISTICS METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF QUALITATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF LINGUISTIC OBJECTS

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

One of the areas of applied linguistics is quantitative linguistics, which offers methods for solving practical problems related to the study and use of language. The use of statistical and/or quantitative methods, including methods of non-numerical statistics, allows for working not only with quantitative but also with qualitative features of language objects at different levels of the language. Mathematical procedures (correlation analysis, cluster analysis, discriminant analysis, etc.), which are specially modified for working with qualitative features, allow for solving complex problems of taxonomic analysis and formulating the laws of language functioning. The current article attempts to analyze the application of the above-mentioned procedures in some areas of linguistic research.

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VERBALIZATIONS OF THE OPERATIONAL CONCEPT “DEMOCRATIZATION” IN THE POLITICAL DISCOURSE

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The aim of the research consists in describing the propositional frame model and field structure of the operational concept “democratization” with a view of unravelling the linguistic means, verbalizing it in the political discourse and constituting its nomination field.

The authors strive to examine the functioning of the operational concept “democratization” in the political discourse through the metaphoric models actualizing it.

The scientific novelty of the research consists in the fact that it the first time that the propositional frame model of the operational concept “democratization” is created and the examples of verbalizations of the frame structure are provided.

The topicality of the research is defined by the growing interest of specialists in political sciences and international relations in this concept.

The practical value of the research lies in the possibility of using its results in teaching the English language for specific purposes to train specialists in the domains mentioned above.

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ON THE EXPRESSIVENESS OF SYNTACTIC COMPOSITION IN ROCK POETRY

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The current article discusses the stylistic functions of syntactic constructions in the poetry of Andrey Makarevich. The article notes that the poet uses a variety of syntactic techniques that make the work emotionally expressive. The use of different types of sentences (complete semi-compound, incomplete, one-member, complex), introductory words, comparisons, series of homogeneous elements, elliptical constructions, the use of omissions, invocations, appositions, and inversions contributes to the expression of the author’s intention, filling the works of Makarevich with special emotional content and imagery. The study of the modal characteristics of the text allows the authors of the article to identify various stylistic effects. The authors also state that the special expressiveness and expressive significance of syntactic constructions make them a bright stylistic device in the poet’s language.

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A COGNITIVE AND DISCURSIVE CONSTRUCTION OF SPACE IN A SOURCE TEXT AND ITS TRANSLATION: A KINESTHETIC ASPECT

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The current study examines the differences between kinesthetic sensations that are defined by means of the English (in its British dialect) and Russian languages used in conjunction with the nonverbal component of the text to construct physical space in a work of art. For this purpose, the study uses the Russian language translation done by Maksim Nemtsov (2014) that is based on the material of the children’s book “The Wolves in the Walls” (2003) by the English author Neil Gaiman with illustrations by the graphic artist, photographer, and filmmaker Dave McKean. The authors draw conclusions on the differences between the representatives of the English and Russian linguistic cultures in terms of the perception of this space and, as a result, the ideological content of the work.

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FEATURES OF THE TRAILER AS A GENRE OF ADVERTISING DISCOURSE

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The increased interest of linguists in the study of advertising discourse is explained by the noticeable social and value-normative changes that have occurred in the public consciousness over the past decades. This work is devoted to the trailer as the main tool for advertising of movies. The article examines the place of the trailer in the genre classification of advertising discourse, identifies the main features of creating a trailer as a special genre of advertising discourse. Special attention is paid to the most popular genres of cinema, individual elements or the whole structure of which serves as a model for the organization of the trailer.

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THE ROLE OF AN AUTHOR’S METAPHOR IN THE POETICS OF RUSSIAN AND KOREAN CONTEMPORARY PROSE

Posted in 2021, Issue №4 (106) April 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The current article examines the metaphorical context of the works of Russian and Korean literature. The authors examine the short stories by Tatyana Tolstaya, Lyudmila Ulitskaya, and the novel by Han Kang from the standpoint of modern literary studies, taking into account the national mindset and traditions. The analysis of the text reveals the gendered nature of prose artistically concentrated in images-metaphors. Observations differentiate their series, highlighting Tolsaya’s vintage metaphor, Han Kang’s tree metaphor focused on the conflict between the philosophy of Confucianism (a wife should) and Taoism (harmony with nature). Lyudmila Ulitskaya introduces a serpentine metaphor that focuses on the digital world created by the new technologies of the 21st century. The analysis of the poetics of the works under study reveals the role of the metaphorization of everyday life and Being in the psychological characteristics of the heroines.

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE CASES IN TATAR AND KOREAN LANGUAGES

Posted in 2013, Issue November 2013, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

In this article viewed the theory of the belonging Korean to the Altaic language family. On the basis of the structure – comparative study analysed the case endings of the Tatar and Korean languages. The author comes to the conclusion that the Tatar and Korean languages have partial similarity in the grammatical form and meaning.

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PROBLEM OF THE CITY AND ITS INHABITANTS IN THE NOVEL Г.Л. OLDIE «WE LIVE»

Posted in 2013, Issue November 2013, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

In the article one of aspects of the novel of G.L.Oldi “To us here to live”, concerning judgment, on the one hand, reorganization eras in separately taken city behind which all former Soviet Union, and on the other hand, a question connected with the relation to the city as a live organism, having the limits and opportunities is distinctly looked through.

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THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE GENDER OF THE AUTHOR ACCORDING TO THE LINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TEXT PRODUCED BY THEM

Posted in 2013, Issue November 2013, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

Today the linguistic studies of the identification of individual-typical peculiarities of the text, by which it is possible to identify various social and psychological characteristics of its author are relevant and in great demand. The gender identity is one of the most developed characteristics. This article describes and systemizes signs of male and female writing, which are available in science today.

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VERB FORMS, EXPRESSING WAYS OF ACTION IN A DIALECT OF BARABINSKYI

Posted in 2013, Issue November 2013, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

In the Tatar linguistics allocated certain types of forming analytical forms of verbs that express the ways of committing the action. According to the same type in barabinskyi dialect built analytical forms of verbs describing different shades of character of the action.

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STYLISTIC ASPECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL ADVERTISING IN CHINESE MEDIA DISCOURSE

Posted in 2021, Issue №3 (105) March 2021, PHILOLOGY | 0 comments

The current article aims to identify the stylistic features of environmental social advertising texts in the media of the People’s Republic of China. Based on the analysis of the selected language material, the study found that the most frequent means of stylistic expressiveness in the texts of environmental social advertising are rhetorical devices of parallel syntactic construction, duiou (对偶), that imitate song-and-poetic folk art and classical Chinese ancient poetry. It was also found that among lexical stylistic means of expressions the most frequent were impersonations Bini (比拟) and biuy (比喻 ), that allow the process of promoting environmental awareness through the creation of analogies, events and phenomena that occur in the lives of ordinary people.

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