WORLD OF LINGUISTICS AND COMMUNICATION 2019, 4


 CONTENT


  I. PUBLICATIONS

 

1. V.I. Shakhovsky, P.S. Volkova
Volgograd State Social-Pedagogical University, Volgograd
Krasnodar Higher Military School named after Army General S.M. Shtemenko, Krasnodar

MEANING AS A SOCIO-PSYCHOLINGUISTIC PHENOMENON: A METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: sense, meaning, emotivity, actual motives, potentials, universal social activity, art, intersubjective phenomenon, automatism, de-automation

  The meaning is studied as a unity of non-verbal and verbal elements of an individual information system. In contrast to the objective meaning noted by verbality, meaning is an intersubjective phenomenon. The leading place and role of the emotive paradigm of communicology is emphasized due to the universality (methodology) of emotiveness as a communicative category.

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Citation: Shakhovsky V.I., Volkova P.S. Meaning as a socio-psycholinguistic phenomen: a methodological approach // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 126. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


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

PROPERTIES OF AGGRESSION IN UNDERSTANDING MODERN YOUNG PEOPLE (by results of psycholinguistic analysis)
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: aggression, young people aggression, aggressive, psycholinguistic experiment, associative experiment, survey

  To determine what modern young people understand by aggressiveness, a circle of objects (animate and inanimate) that they see as potentially aggressive was examined. For this purpose, a written survey (an analogue of the directed associative experiment) was conducted, in which students of Moscow universities brought defined words to the adjective aggressive. According to the experiment results the examples cover all types of aggression: physical and verbal, active and passive, direct and indirect. A variety of situations in everyday life in the reactions was presented. Most of the examples were related to humans, and only a small number were related to animals and the state. Examples were nominations of a person for constant and variable social characteristics, were associated with physical and mental actions, properties and conditions of a person, as well as with objects that we use in everyday life. To the category of aggressive respondents attributed both objects that pose a threat to health and life, and objects that cause negative emotions.

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  Citation: Mironova N.I. Properties of aggression in understanding modern young people (by results of psycholinguistic analysis) // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 2743. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


3. Ju. Yunsheng, M.O. Matveyev
Institute of Russian Language of Heilongjiang University (China)
Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Moscow

RETROSPECTIVE-COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC THEORY
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: psycholinguistics, psycholinguistic schools, metatheoretical analysis, retrospective analysis, Soviet psycholinguistics, European psycholinguistics, American psycholinguistics, Japanese psycholinguistics

  The author of the article sees his task in using retrospective and comparative analysis to show the evolution of psycholinguistic ideas about language in different countries. The article analyzes the evolution of ideas of Soviet, American, European and Japanese psycholinguists about the production and perception of speech statements.

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  Citation: Yunsheng Ju., Matveyev M.O. Retrospective- comparative analysis of the development of psycholinguistic theory // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 4461. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


4. A.A. Romanov, L.A. Romanova
Tver State Agricultural Academy, Tver
Tver State University, Tver

REGULATIVE MARKERS OF AUTO FORSAGE HOMO DIGITALIS`S BEHAVIOR IN NETWORK COMMUNICATION
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: autorepresentation, digital communication, demonstrative auto forsage regulatives, demonstrative speech acts, infosphere, performativity, regulative markers, social networks

  The paper discusses the substantiates the functional status of demonstrative auto forsage regulatives as a special phenomenon of the digital sphere of society (Digital Humanities), which have a set of performative properties implemented in virtual network (digital) communications with certain pragmatic settings for social demonstration and self-presentation.

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  Citation: Romanov A.A. Romanova L.A. Regulative markers of auto forsage Homo Digitalis behavior in network communication // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 6291. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


5. I.V. Zhuravlev, E.S. Oshchepkova
Institute of Linguistics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

BRAIN AND LANGUAGE: THE HISTORICAL SURVEY
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: history of neurolinguistics, aphasias, brain localization of speech, speech as a higher psychological function

  The article deals with the history of such crucial scientific problem as intercorrelation between brain and language. During the 19-th and 20-th centuries there were formulated two main approaches to this correlation: localisationism and equipotentialism. The authors of the article show and prove that only in the theory of systemic dynamic localization of higher mental functions formulated by A.R. Luria it became possible to answer this question.

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  Citation: Zhuravlev I.V., Oshchepkova E.S. Brain and language: the historical survey // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 92111. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 II. MATERIALS AND REPORTS

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National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk

CODIFICATION FEATURES OF BORROWINGS OF CHINESE ORIGIN IN THE SYSTEM OF ENGLISH LITERARY LANGUAGE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: English literary language, borrowing, lexical units of Chinese origin, adstratum, source language, recipient language, intermediary language, donor language, codification

The article deals with the codification problem of a number of borrowed lexical units of Chinese origin in the system of English literary language. For the reasons indicated in this paper, a number of borrowings of Chinese origin, originating from sources such as Chinese English, Pidgin English and Chinglish, are not fully represented in the lemmatical corpora of dictionaries of the English literary language. The number of borrowings from these deviations, which actually exist in various regional versions of the English language, exceeds the officially recorded amount of codified words. The paper provides the rationale for the codification of borrowed lexical units of this type.

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  Citation: Kokhonova K.E. Codification features of borrowings of Chinese origin in the system of English literary language // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 112123. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


  III.  RESEARCH

7. E.V. Malysheva, A.L. Pogrebisskaya, L.V. Reznikova
Tver State Agricultural Academy, Tver
Institute of foreign languages of the MAI (National Research University), Moscow

MEDIA DISCOURSIVE STYLISTICS OF MODERN POLITICAL FIGURE (on material of representatives` statements of political party of
Russia)
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: discourse, political communication, media, audience, discoursive practices, communicative aspect

The article deals with media discoursive stylistics of a modern political figure. The authors conclude that the media discourse of the political figure as the representative of a political party helps to consolidate the ready-made idea of this party to the audience-addressee.


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  Citation: Malysheva E.V., Pogrebisskaya A.L., Reznikova L.V. Media discoursive stylistics of modern political figure (on material of representatives` statements of political party of Russia) // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 124139. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


8. G.G. Yakovleva
Chuvash State University named after Ulyanov I.N., Cheboksary

GENDER SPECIFICITY OF FUNCTIONING OF DIRECTIVES IN THE DISCOURSE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: discourse, functioning, directive utterance, gender, situation, communication

The article deals with directive utterances in the discourse of men and of women. The author describes the particularity their using of the representatives of Russian, Chuvash and French linguistic cultures in the communication.


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  Citation: Yakovleva G.G.. Gender specificity of function of directives in the discourse // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 140152. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


9. O.V. Novoselova
Tver State Agricultural Academy, Tver

IMPLICIT MENASIVES OF THE RUSSIAN PRE-ELECTION DISCOURSE
ID: 0421200038\XXXX

Key words: pre-election discourse, statements with the meaning of threat, implicit statement, menasive tactics, pragmatics

The article discusses pragmatic effect of menasive statements (or practices with the meaning of threat) in the Russian pre-election discourse. The author comes to the conclusion that politicians use implicit utterances with the meaning of threat to realize their menasive tactics of affecting voters emotional state.


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  Citation: Novoselova O.V. Implicit menasives of the Russian pre-election discourse // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 153168. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

 IV. CHRONICLES

 Transfer in the polycultural language space of the Russian Federation: potential and prospects (All-Russian research-to-practice conference with international participation). onference venue: Northeast Federal University named after M.K. Ammosova (Yakutsk, 12-13 April, 2019)


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  Citation: Efremova N.A. Transfer in the polycultural language space of the Russian Federation: potential and prospects // World of linguistics and ommunication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 169175. 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 section "Digitalization: new opportunities and challenges for communication of the 21st century". onference venue: chair of the theory of language and intercultural communication, Tver Institute of Applied Linguistics and Mass Communications of Tver State Agricultural Academy (Tver, 22 October, 2019).


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  Citation: Malysheva E., Fedoseeva (Romanova) E.G. Digitalization: new opportunities and challenges for communication of the 21st century // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. 2019, 4. . 176183. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

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