WORLD OF LINGUISTICS AND COMMUNICATION 2019, 3

CONTENT


   I. PUBLICATIONS

 

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

COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES WHICH CREATE POST-TRUTH CONTENT OF DISCOURSE-INTERVIEWS
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: dialogue-interview, discourse-interview, discourse of truth, discourse of post-truth, illocutive scenario, informational dominance, communicative techniques, communicative "strategy of intent," frame configuration, eristic arguments, illocutionary scenario, language eristic, linguistic eristics

  The article analyzes the process of communicative creation of post-truth (fake) content of political discourse-interview. A set of eristic arguments and rhetorical techniques of "verbal coercion" have been identified for the realization of the speaker's "strategic intent," which is aimed at creating a negative image of his or her interlocutor and his/her country with the aim of deliberate discreditation in the struggle for geopolitical dominance and influence in the world.

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Citation: Romanov A.A. Romanova L.A., Morozova O.N. Communication techniques which create post-truth content of discourse interviews // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 162. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


2. I.P. Khoutyz
Kuban State University, Krasnodar

STORYTELLING IN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE LECTURE DISCOURSE: FUNCTIONS AND MEANS OF CONSTRUCTION
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: storytelling, narrative, lecture discourse, communication strategy, persuasion, dialogicity means

  The article examines the role and functions of a communication strategy of storytelling in English-language lecture discourse. The research corpus comprises three lectures delivered in English by linguists L. Boroditsky, C. Kramsch, and D. Tannen. The transcripts of these lectures were scrutinized by means of discourse analysis, content analysis, qualitative, structural, and statistical methods. As a result, the author concludes that storytelling in lecture discourse has a clear structure, describes past events with the help of factual information, emotional lexis and means of dialogicity. Storytelling demonstrates explanatory and contact establishing functions, and often produces a humorous effect on the audiences.

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  Citation: Khoutyz I.P. Storytelling in English-language lecture discourse: functions and means of construction // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 6374. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


3. V. Van
Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg (China)

CONCEPT CATEGORY IN THE MEDIATEXT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (on the material of the China central television CGTN-Russian)
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: concept, media text, television broadcasting, CGTN-Russian Central Television Program, recipient, picture of the world

  The article analyzes the media text of the Central Television of China CGTN-Russian, the main task of which is to strengthen mutual understanding and cooperation between China, Russia and the Russian-speaking regions of other countries. Based on the study of the semantics of the most frequently used concepts in the programs, a conclusion is made on the thematic range of the media text of the CGTN-Russian channel, on linguistic factors actively influencing the recipients' perception of the text material and shaping their picture of the world, as well as on the political, ideological and social direction of this program television broadcast.

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  Citation: Van V. Concept category in the media text identification system (on the material of the Central Television Channel of China CGTN-Russian) // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 7586. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

   II. MATERIALS AND REPORTS

4. K.A. Girfanova, O.V. Solodovnikova, A.L. Buran
National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk

SYNONYMIC RELATIONS OF ENERGY TERMINOLOGY UNITS (based on modern English)
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: term, terminological synonymy, word semantic structure, electric power industry

The article presents the phenomenon of terminological synonymy on the material of lexical units denoting basic energy concepts in modern English. Synonymic rows are analyzed on the basis of current English-Russian lexicographic sources and corpus data in order to clarify the semantic structure and context use of basic energy terms.

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  Citation: Girfanova .., Solodovnikova O.V., Buran A.L. Synonymic relations of energy terminology units (based on modern English) // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 87106. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


5. .N. Spalek
Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow

COMONYMS AND ASTIONYMS FUNCTIONING IN POLISH PHRASEOLOGY
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: phraseology, onomasiology, onym, toponyms, astionyms, comonyms

  The article discusses the functioning of astionyms the names of cities and comonyms the names of villages as part of Polish phraseological units. The relevance of the study is due to the great attention in linguistics to phraseology, closely related to the background knowledge of native speakers, their history and customs. The scientific novelty of the study is to provide a multidimensional analysis of astionyms and comonyms functioning in Polish phraseology. In the course of the study, location of referents and the most frequent astionyms in Polish phraseological units were defined. Particular attention was paid to the astionyms and comonyms influence on the formation of the figurative meaning of phraseology. We consider the ability of onyms as part of phraseological units to maintain the properties that are not characteristic of proper names as they can entry into a relationship of synonymy and antonymy. In the course of the study, methods of semantic as well as statistical and etymological analysis were used.

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  Citation: Spalek O.N. Comonyms and astionyms functioning in Polish phraseology // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 107118. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  III.  RESEARCH

6. N.R. Urazgildeeva, A.V. Lenets
Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don

FALSE IN SPEECH OF ADOLESCENTS: THE PRAGMALINGUISTIC ASPECT (on the material of German-language children and youth literature)
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: children's lies, false statement, false speech act, linguistic means, pragmalinguistic aspect

The article discusses linguistic means in the implementation of a false statement by a teenager, explores the pragmalinguistic aspect of studying a false speech act. The analysis is conducted on the material of German-language children's and youthful fiction.


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  Citation: Urazgildeeva N.R., Lenets A.V. False in speech of adolescent: the pragmalinguistic aspect (on the material of German-language children and youth literature) // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 119131. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


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

GUIDING 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 guiding verbal-tactile regulatives in English dialogue speech. The author concludes that guiding verbal-tactile regulatives are single manifestations of dialogue-regulative interaction (dialogue-monitoring and dialogue-guiding units).


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  Citation: Malysheva E.V. Guiding verbal-tactile regulatives in English dialogue speech // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 132141. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


8. A.G. Fomin, E.A. Mona
Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo

STRATEGIES AND TACTICS OF VERBAL MANIPULATION IN THE ISLAMIC STATE VIDEO MESSAGES
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: the Islamic State, terrorist discourse, terrorist speaker, linguistic manipulation, suggestive influence, recruiting

The article presents the results of the analysis of 3 Islamic State recruitment videos, obtained to identify the employed manipulative strategies and tactics. It is noted that strategies of abasement, aggrandizement and theatricality, essential for political communication, are prominent in the examined terrorist discourse and a vast range of manipulative tactics is implemented in the Islamic State speakers messages.


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  Citation: Fomin A.G., Mona E.A. Strategies and tactics of verbal manipulation in the Islamic State video messages // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 142154. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


9. I.A. Martynenko
Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Moscow

HISPANIC TOPONYMY OF BELIZE: LINGUOPRAGMATIC ANALYSIS
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: Belize, toponymic, nomination, geographical, Spanish, English

The article provides a linguopragmatic analysis of Belizes Hispanic toponymy. The author comes to the conclusion that the colonial past of the region is reflected in its toponymic corpus. Hispanic toponymic nominations, despite the independence, state sovereignty of Belize and the official English language of the country, are a bright and integral part of the total number of geographical names in this territory. Numerous examples illustrate the heterogeneity of the hispanic geographical names of the region and features of their modern functioning.


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  Citation: Martynenko I.A. Hispanic toponymy of Belize: linguopragmatic analysis // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 3. . 155169. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

 

BURAN Anna L.
FOMIN Andrey G.
GIRFANOVA Ksenia A.
KHOUTYZ Irina P.
LENETS Anna V.
MALYSHEVA Ekaterina V.
MARTYNENKO Irina A.
MONA Elizaveta A.
MOROZOVA Oksana N.
ROMANOV Aleksey A.
ROMANOVA Larisa A.
SOLODOVNIKOVA Olga V.
SPALEK Oksana N.
URAZGILDEEVA Nailya R.
VAN Vaysya

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