WORLD OF LINGUISTICS AND COMMUNICATION 2019,  1

  CONTENT


  I. PUBLICATIONS

 

1. A.A. Romanov, L.A. Romanova, O.N. Morozova
Tver State Agricultural Academy, Tver
Tver State University, Tver

DISCOURSE OF TRUTH AND POST-TRUTH IN THE POLITICAL INTERVIEW (based on the interview of current politicians with foreign media)
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: discourse, discourse of truth, discourse of post-truth, political interview, frame configuration, illocutionary scenario

  The article deals with the concept of the discourse of truth and post-truth as two types of political discourse-interview, undertaken by the participants in the media interaction within the standard illocutionary scenario of accusation.

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Citation: Romanov A.A. Romanova L.A., Morozova O.N. Discourse of truth and post-truth in the political interview (based on the interview of current politicians with foreign media) // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 128. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


2. N.I. Mironova
Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Moscow

AMANIPULATIVE ADVERTISING DISCOURSE IN EVERYDAY LIFE: STRUCTURE, PRAGMATIC AND LINGUISTIC FEATURES
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words:manipulative discourse, advertising discourse structure, hidden advertising, media advertising, non-media advertising, pragmatic and linguistic features of manipulation, impact methods, deception tactics

  This paper deals with manipulative discourse of various kinds which we encounter in everyday life (imposing services by phone or in direct interpersonal communication, Internet advertising etc.). The universality of its structure (stages) is shown, determined by the use of psychological impact methods (intimidation, i.e. problem creating; proposing the simplest solution; luring; persuading, threatening with punishment) and tactics of deception. The linguistic and pragmatic features of the manipulative discourse are described.

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  Citation: Mironova N.I. Manipulative advertising discourse in everyday life: structure, pragmatic and linguistic features // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 2943. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


3. N.A. Savina
Ivanovo State University, Ivanovo

SOCIOLINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ADVERTISEMENT LANGUAGE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: advertisement text, media text, advertisement discourse, sociolinguistics, social groups

  This article analyzes the text of the English-language advertising as a special type of discourse. It examines morphological and syntactic features that are directly dependent on the target audience, which this type of text is usually created for, and provides some observations made in the course of practical linguistic studies of English advertisement texts. A proportional system of the most stereotypical male and female social roles is worked out here that helps to analyze different types of advertisement texts according to their grammatical functions, which helps not only to detect their impact in our everyday life but also gives a field for the further development of advertisement as a type of discourse.

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  Citation: Savina N.A. Sociolinguistic characteristics of advertisement language // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 4454. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


4. N.A. Belous
Institute of foreign languages of Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow

PERFORMATIVE UTTERANCES OF AGGRESSIVE SELF PRESENTATION AS A COMPLEX COLLABORATION IN A CONFLICT DISCOURSE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: communication, conflict, aggression, performative utterances

  The article is dedicated to the analyses of performative features of aggression among conflict discours' functional features. The author pointed out the existence of levels & the elements which provide the communicative integrity of conflict discours functional & semantic representation. There are a functional peculiarities matrix & evidence relationship hierarchy among the elements of conflict discours illocutive structure.

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  Citation: Belous N.. erformative utterances of aggressive self presentation as a complex collaboration in a conflict discourse// World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 5574. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  II. MATERIALS AND REPORTS

5. E.G. Logunova
Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University, Izhevsk

LINGUISTIC AND HISTORICAL ANALYSIS SEMANTIC SERIES COMPASSION - REGRET REMORSE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: compassion, regret, remorse, semantic series, emotion, linguistic and historical analysis

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The article deals with the semantic range of compassion - regret - remorse in Hebrew, Greek, Latin and in the Roman-Germanic language group involved in shaping social practices and institutionalized charity.

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  Citation: Logunova E.G. Linguistic and historical analysis semantic series of compassion - regret - remorse // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 7583. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


6. A.V. Moreva
National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk

THE AFFINITY STRUCTURES IN PREFACES OF THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY GERMAN TRAVEL LITERATURE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: affinity structure, complex sentence, New High German, 18th century, preface in travel literature

  Moreva .V. The affinity structures in prefaces of the eighteenth-century German travel literature // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 84103. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru

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  Citation: Moreva .V. The affinity structures in prefaces of the eighteenth-century German travel literature // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 84103. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  III.  RESEARCH

7. E.V. Malysheva
Tver State Agricultural Academy, Tver

VERBAL-TACTILE REGULATIVES-SKREPES IN ENGLISH DIALOGUE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: dialogue, communication, verbal-tactile regulatives, speech, constructive interaction

The article deals with verbal-tactile regulatives-skrepes in English dialogue. The author concludes that the specificity of verbal-tactile regulatives as complex units of English dialogue suggests that regulatives-skrepes act dialogue correcting, dialogue predicting and dialogue planning elements.

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  Citation: Malysheva E.V. Verbal-tactile regulatives-skrepes in English dialogue // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 104116. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


8. A.A. Shteba
Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University, Volgograd

AUTOPOIESIS OF EMOTIONS
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Key words: mixed emotions, autopoesis, fragmentation of emotions, regeneration of emotions, emotive valences

The article deals with the processes of linguistic categorization of" atypical" (mixed) emotions. Through the biological metaphor of fragmentation and regeneration, as the processes of asexual reproduction, the formation of new symbols for the emotional experiences is shown. Among these processes, special attention is paid to the opening of the emotive valences of words-categories of the emotions, in which emotional remains dominant, but varies the emotional-semantic component, and the mixed emotions.

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  Citation: Shteba A.A. utopoesis of emotions // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 117128. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


9. T.L. Kaminskaya, V.V. Kaftan
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow

RUSSIAN MEDIA DISCOURSE "SERGEY SKRIPAL'S POISONING" AND CONCEPTS OF DISCOURSES IN POLITICAL STRUGGLE

ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: media discourse, politics, discursive struggle, ideology

The article discusses the initial period of media discourse, which has become a pretext for political transformations. This discourse, which unfolded in the world press since the beginning of March 2018, is considered as an information war. The authors of the article show the scenario of discourse unfolding and offer ways to study political media discourses from the standpoint of various concepts of political struggle: Antonio Gramsci, Michel Foucault, Cornelius Castoriadis and Norman Fairclough.


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  Citation: Kaminskaya T.L., Kaftan V.V. Russian media discourse "Sergey Skripal's poisoning" and concepts of discourses in political struggle // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 129143. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

IV. CHRONICLES

 Doctor of Philology, Professor, Honored scientist of the Russian Federation A.A. Romanov took part in the Second professors forum Science. Education. Regions (Moscow, 6-7 February 2019).


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  Citation: Novoselova O.V. Second professors forum Science. Education. Regions // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 1. . 144151. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


  OUR AUTHORS

BELOUS Natalia A.
KAMINSKAYA Tatiana L.
KAFTAN Vitaliy V.
LOGUNOVA Elena G.
MALYSHEVA Ekaterina V.
MIRONOVA Nataliya I.
MOREVA Anastasia V.
MOROZOVA Oksana N.
NOVOSELOVA Olga V.
ROMANOV Aleksey A.
ROMANOVA Larisa A.
SAVINA Natalya.A.
SHTEBA Aleksey A.

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