WORLD OF LINGUISTICS AND COMMUNICATION 2019, 2


 CONTENT


  I. PUBLICATIONS

 

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

ACCEPTANCE OF FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF DISCOURSE-INTERVIEW AS AN INSTRUMENTAL STRATEGY OF “SOFT POWER” VERBAL TRUTH ENFORCEMENT
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: verbal coercion, discourse, discourse of truth, discourse of post-truth, political interviews, counter-discourse resistive actions (counteractions), illocutionary scenario, information dominance, communication strategy, linguistic eristics, frame configuration

  The article analyzes the process itself and also considers the concept of "discourse of truth" and the discourse of post-truth" as two types of political discourse-interviews, implemented by the participants of media interaction in the framework of a typical illocutionary scenario "accusation".

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Citation: Romanov A.A. Romanova L.A., Morozova O.N. Acceptance of factual background discourse-interview as an instrumental strategy of “soft power” verbal truth enforcement // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 1–72. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


2. Zubkow E.À.
Institute of Foreign Languages of the Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce (Poland)

PROBLEMS OF CONTACT RESEARCH ON CRIMINAL DISCOURSE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words:contact research, criminal discourse, target contact sources, accidental contact sources

  The paper focuses on main problems that arose during a contact research of criminal discourse conducted by the author. The following two problems of a contact research in natural environment were distinguished: the impossibility of recording and the lack of adequate model to prove obtained results on the basis of various sources in public access.

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  Citation: Zubkow A. Problems of contact research on criminal discourse // World of linguistics and ñommunication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 73–85. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


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

OPPOSITION «OWN – ALIEN» IN HIDDEN ADVERTISING
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: opposition «own – alien», evaluation category, advertising discourse, announcement of advertising, manipulation

  The article discusses the use of the «own – alien» opposition in the announcements of advertising. This opposition underlies the perception and processing of information about the world. It is universal and manifests itself in all spheres of human activity. The «own – alien» opposition is directly related to evaluation categories: «own» is perceived as positive, good, useful, etc., and «alien» as negative, bad, harmful. The «own – alien» opposition is used in advertising discourse for manipulation, it forms the native speaker’s image of the world and influences his actions. Information is communicated to the advertising consumer in accordance with the intentions of the impact subject – the advertising creator. For this, lexical indicators of «property», lexical units not carrying an estimated load are «loaded» with a value of a positive assessment.

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  Citation: Mironova N.I. Opposition «own – alien» in hidden advertizing // World of linguistics and ñommunication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 86–96. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru
 


 

  II. MATERIALS AND REPORTS

4. V.A. Kolchevskaya
Kuban State University, Krasnodar

PERSUASIVE MEANS OF TOURIST SITES DISCOURSE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: tourist discourse, Internet discourse, persuasive means

This article is devoted to the phenomenon of the persuasion, which is considered on the material of the official websites of tour operators, e-journals about tourism, and tourist social networks. The purpose of the research is to systematize the means of persuasion in the tourist Internet discourse in accordance with the genre classification. To achieve this goal, the following methods were used: continuous sampling, systematization, discourse analysis and content analysis. It is concluded that certain persuasive means are consistent with the genres of tourist Internet discourse.

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  Citation: Kolchevskaya V.A. Persuasive means of tourist sites discourse // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 97–107. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


5. I.G. Tamrazova
Moscow Polytechnic University, Moscow

LANGUAGE ERISTIC: EVOCATIVE VERBAL BEHAVIOUR
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: language eristic, speech transgression, emotional intelligence, relevance of speech interaction

  The article deals with the phenomenon of language eristic as a polyvalent interactional, behavioral, psychological and discursive category. In the perspective of the multi-paradigm approach, its dynamic functional field and conceptual range are approved.

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  Citation: Tamrazova I.G. Language eristic: evocative verbal behaviour // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 108–121. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


6. G.E. Popova
Astrakhan State Technical University, Astrakhan

RELEVANCE THEORY: CURRENT HEURISTIC POTENTIAL
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: language eristic, speech transgression, emotional intelligence, relevance of speech interaction

  The article deals with Pragma-cognitive category of relevance, its research origins, main provisions and heuristic potential. The author offers and substantiates a new perspective in the development of studies of the relevance of different genres of discourses and means of its manifestation, in particular, the inferential marking.

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  Citation: Popova G.E. relevance theory: current heuristic potential // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 122–134. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  III.  RESEARCH

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

ILLOCUTIVE-FOCUSING VERBAL-TACTILE REGULATIVES IN ENGLISH DIALOGUE SPEECH
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

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

The article deals with the illocutive-focusing verbal-tactile regulatives in English dialogue speech. The author concludes that the specificity of the implementation of illocutive-focusing verbal-tactile regulatives contributes to the implementation of the functions of the regulation of English dialogue interaction.
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  Citation: Illocutive-focusing verbal-tactile regulatives in English dialogue speech // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 135–143. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


8. A.Yu. Shirokikh
Financial University under the Government of the RF, Moscow

CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISONS IN TERMINOLOGY FOR MIGRATION
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: terminology for migration, cultural and structural lacunas, translation techniques, derivation, functionality, context, loanwords, semantics, stylistics, comparative analysis

The article investigates the linguistic proximity of English-Russian terminology for migration. The existing research in migration discourse is overviewed and the conclusion that there is a need for cross-cultural comparison of the two terminological systems is made. Starting with a definition of semantic subfields within migration domain, the author proceeds to describe semantic differences in English-Russian terminologies. Structural and cultural lacunas are singled out. Structural mismatches are mainly caused by distinct derivational models, while cultural lacunas take roots in the use of loanwords, contextual meanings of terms, abundance of douplets and synonyms, stylistic differences, semantic narrowing, metaphorization and the use of proper names. The author states that there are some peculiar features of the two terminological systems – wordiness of terminological units in Russian and a wide range of synonymous terms in English. A breakdown of available translation techniques is given and the necessity for qualitative translation practices is stipulated.
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  Citation: Shirokikh A.Yu. Cross-cultural comparisons in terminology for migration // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 144–156. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

 

IV. CHRONICLES

 Representatives of the Tver school of the dynamic model of dialogue (scientific supervisor of the school is doctor of Philology, Professor, Honored scientist of the Russian Federation A. A. Romanov) took part in the meeting of XIX International research and development conference “Language Discourse in Social Practice” (Tver, 29-30 March 2019).


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  Citation: Komina N.A. XIX International research and development conference “Language Discourse in Social Practice” // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 157–162. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 Representatives of the Tver school of the dynamic model of dialogue (scientific supervisor of the school is doctor of Philology, Professor, Honored scientist of the Russian Federation A. A. Romanov) took part in the meeting of XIX International Symposium on Psycholinguistics and Theory of Communication «Theory of speech activity: new challenges» (Moscow, 6-6 June).


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  Citation: Novoselova O.V., Romanova E.G., Cherepanova I.Y. XIX International Symposium on Psycholinguistics and Theory of Communication «Theory of speech activity: new challenges» // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2019, ¹ 2. – Ð. 163–171. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 OUR AUTHORS

CHEREPANOVA Irina Yu.
KOLCHEVSKAYA Valeria A.
KOMINA Natalia A.
MALYSHEVA Ekaterina V.
MIRONOVA Nataliya I.
MOROZOVA Oksana N.
NOVOSELOVA Olga V.
POPOVA Galina E.
ROMANOV Aleksey A.
ROMANOVA Elena G.
ROMANOVA Larisa A.
SHIROKIKH Anna Yu.
TAMRAZOVA Ilona G.
ZUBKOW Eugene A.

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