WORLD OF LINGUISTICS AND COMMUNICATION, 2023 4

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 I. PUBLICATIONS

 

1.  Z.Z. Chanysheva
Ufa University of Science and Technology,Ufa

 

MEGANARRATIVE RESEARCH OF MIMICRY IN DIPLOMATIC PRACTICE
ID: 0421200038\0154

Key words: communicative theory of mimicry, kinds of mimicry, functions of mimicry, political mimicry, meganarrative, diplomatic language, diplomatic moves, techniques of mimicry, meganarrative framing of the document

 The article is devoted to meganarrative research of simulation techniques of mimicry in diplomatic practice based on the international diplomatic document. The paper aims at revealing the role of a meganarrative chain of texts framing the document and disclosing backstage techniques of mimicry. On different levels of the meganarrative the research establishes kinds, techniques and functions of mimicry of participants masking their aims in the conventional diplomatic language. Diplomatic moves are detected concealing incompatibility of opponents’ positions and creating the appearance of unity and seeming agreement in signing the compromise document.

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Citation: Chanysheva Z.Z. Meganarrative research of mimicry in diplomatic practice [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 1–17. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


2. O.E. Lomova
Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don


FILM DISCOURSE IN THE CONTEXT OF CULTURE AND GENDER ASYMMETRY OF SOCIETY
ID: 0421200038\0155

 

Key words: cinematography, cinema discourse, multimodality, cultural code, media, ideology, cultural memory, cinematic memory, gender asymmetry

The article discusses the features and directions of the study of the film discourse in Russian and foreign publications of recent years. The film discourse is understood as a multimodal linguosemiotic communicative phenomenon of culture, capable of reflecting, accumulating and broadcasting in time the social, political, ideological context of the period of the film's creation, constructing national and gender identity. Based on the potential of the film discourse to construct gender, the issues of the history of gender studies and gender asymmetry in the film discourse received the greatest coverage in the article.

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  Citation: Lomova O.E. Film discourse in the context of culture and gender asymmetry of society [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 18–32. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


3. I.A. Tomashevsky
Academy of Media Industry, Moscow

ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE IN MANAGING MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS AND JOURNALISM
ID: 0421200038\0156

Key words: communication models, organization, management, neural networks, digital transformations

The article discusses the capabilities of artificial intelligence and neural networks in the task of organizing and managing modern information and communication systems.


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  Citation: Tomashevsky I.A. Artifical intelligence in managing media communications and journalism [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 33–42. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  II.  MATERIALS AND REPORTS

4. A.R. Reznikova
Donetsk State University, Donetsk

POLYCODE MEDIATEXTS OF ‘GREEN AGENDA’ EVALUATIVE POTENTIAL IN ENGLISH MEDIA DISCOURSE
ID: 0421200038\0157

Key words: polycode, polycode media text, ‘green agenda’, evaluation category, English media discourse, mass media

The article deals with the description of ways by which the category of evaluation is represented in polycode media texts of the ‘green agenda’ in modern English media discourse. The topicality of the research is based on the linguists’ interest towards the modern media discourse language study in general and in particular towards the way the evaluation category is implemented in it, and by what means it is expressed. It was concluded that the evaluation is found in a specific selection of linguistic means, both of explicit and implicit types, such as evaluative vocabulary, metaphor, metonymy, rhetorical questions, citation. It was found that in polycode media texts, evaluation is represented not only at the verbal level within the vocabulary, morphology and syntax, but also at the visual level; particular meaning embedded in the text is expanded and enhanced by the visual component and vice versa.


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  Citation: Reznikova A.R. Plycode mediatexts of “green agenda” evaluative potential in English media discourse [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 43–59. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  III. RESEARCH

5. A.A. Romanov, E.V. Malysheva
Tver State University, Tver

INTEGRATIVE AND EXPERT APPROACH TO THE LINGUISTIC STUDY OF TEXTS ON ISSUES RELATED TO PROTECTION
OF HONOR, DIGNITY AND BUSINESS REPUTATION
ID: 0421200038\0158

Key words: linguistic expertise, expert linguist, analysis, discursive-thematic space, trait, text, honor, dignity, business reputation, method

The article discusses theoretical aspects of linguistic examination of texts on cases of honor, dignity and business reputation. The authors conclude that the substantive scope of the notion of 'linguistic expertise in cases of honour, dignity and business reputation' may include diagnostic signs of humiliation of honour and dignity, degradation of business reputation considered in the expertise. The conclusions of a linguist should be scientifically based and logically constructed. The main principles of linguistic expertise cases on the protection of honour, dignity and business reputation are as follows: comprehensive analysis of the text, scientific validity of the linguistic expertise, personal responsibility for the result of the expertise, accessibility of the statement of expert opinion, competence in the sphere of its activity.


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  Citation: Romanov Ą.Ą., Malysheva E.V. Integrative and expert approach to the linguistic study of texts on issues related to protection of honor, dignity and business reputation [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 60–74. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


6. A.S. Ososkova
Donetsk State University, Donetsk

DIMINUTIVE DESIGNATIONS OF PERSON ACCORDING TO AGE IN ENGLISH WORLDVIEW
ID: 0421200038\0159

Key words: diminutive, designation of person, age, quantity, smallness, size, semantics, linguistic worldview, linguoculture

The article deals with semantic, structural and linguocultural peculiarities of diminutive designations of person according to age in English worldview. The empirical corpus has been compiled according to a number of clearly formulated criteria. The semantic classification of English diminutives has been carried out with multi-level representation of diminutive semantics being identified. Gender and cultural specificity has been determined. Age interpretation in the English worldview is based on a linear concept of time, the priority of which is determined by its cultural significance for English speakers. The article identifies designations of person belonging to the following age groups: childhood, youth, adulthood, old age. Asymmetry is represented by a significant bias towards diminutive designations of child as a central meaning of diminutivity, namely, ‘small size’ and ‘child’. Semantic structure of diminutive designations under study includes age, gender, appearance, behaviour and other components, which helps to define the boundaries of the reference group. Diminutive designations of person on the basis of age can express small size, young age, affection and derogation at the morphological, syntactic and lexico-semantic level.


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  Citation: Ososkova A.S. Diminutive designations of person accoding to ge in English worldview [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 75–85. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


7. L.I. Shramko
Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg

THE INDEX OF EXTREMISM IN MODERN POLITICAL DISCOURSE
ID: 0421200038\0160

Key words: extremism, discourse, media security, extremism index

The article examines some fundamental monographs, and above all the "Global Index of Extremism", which were published by the publishing and printing Center of the Northwestern Institute of Management, a branch of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation. These scientific works are devoted to issues of national security and the fight against manifestations of extremism in society. The authors of the monographs identify the most nodal, problematic areas of extremism as a destructive phenomenon. Much attention is paid to the textual factors of the implementation of destructive policies, since the most dangerous radical ideologies are broadcast using lexical material, primarily through media systems.


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  Citation: Shramko L.I. Index of extremism in modern political discourse [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 86–94. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


8. V.I. Karasik, M.I. Kovsh
Pushkin State Russian Language Institute, Moscow

THE STRUCTURE OF A NEWS MESSAGE AUTHORITATIVENESS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF ITS CONSTRUCTION FACTORS
ID: 0421200038\0161

Key words: authority, authoritativeness, media discourse, news discourse, structure

The article deals with the structure of a news message authoritativeness. Approaches to the structure of authority existing in linguistics, philosophy and pedagogy are considered. The authors propose a level-component structure that takes into account all significant factors of constructing authoritativeness. The structure components are illustrated with examples from popular Russian news media.


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  Citation: Karasik V.I., Kovsh M.I. The structure of a news message auyhoritativeness from the perspective of its construction factors [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 95–116. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

  IV. CHRONICLES

IV International scientific and practical conference “Discoursology and media criticism” (October 5-7, 2023).

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  Citation: Morozova O.N., Novoselova O.V. IV International scientific and practical conference “Discoursology and media criticism” [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 117–123. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru


 

International scientific practical conference “Role and significance of forensic activity and forensic expertise in ensuring national security” (October 19-20, 2023).

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  Citation: Malysheva E.V., Romanova L.A. International scientific practical conference “Role and significance of forensic activity and forensic expertise in ensuring national security” [Electronic resource] // World of linguistics and communication: electronic scientific journal. – 2023, ¹ 4. – Š. 124–132. Access mode: www.tverlingua.ru

 

  OUR AUTHORS

CHANYSHEVA Zulfira Z.
KARASIK Vladimir I.
KOVSH Maxim I.
LOMOVA Oxana E.
MALYSHEVA Ekaterina V.
MOROZOVA Oksana N.
NOVOSELOVA Olga V.
OSOSKOVA Anna S.
REZNIKOVA Arina R.
ROMANOV Aleksey A.
ROMANOVA Larisa A.
SHRAMKO Ludmila I.
TOMASHEVSKY Igor A.

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