Volume XXXIX - WUT 2018

  • Speech Strategies And Tactics In The Political Discourse (11/09/2016 Hillary Clinton Speech)

    No:61
    Pages:432-438
    Keywords:Political discourse, speech strategies, speech tactics, values, recipient.
    Author(s): E.A. Titova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.61
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  • Self-Defence Strategy In American Political Interview

    No:62
    Pages:439-445
    Keywords:Cognitive pragmatics, communicative intention, political discourse, self-defence strategy, tactics of justification, tactics of contestation.
    Author(s): Anna Novikova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.62
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  • Radio Discourse Of The Xxi Century: The Loss Of Stylistic Identity?

    No:63
    Pages:446-453
    Keywords:Radio discourse, media text, means of speech expressiveness, multimedia, polycode text.
    Author(s): E. N. Basovskaya*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.63
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  • Grammatical Aspect Of An Effective Advertising Text

    No:64
    Pages:454-460
    Keywords:Text, advertising text, slogan, uni-component utterance, bi-component utterance, grammar.
    Author(s): C.A. Klochko*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.64
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  • Translation Of The Lexical Gaps In The Category Of Colour Namings

    No:65
    Pages:461-465
    Keywords:Colour namings, translation equivalents, culture-specific vocabulary, lexical gaps, translation strategies, calquing.
    Author(s): Ksenia O. Gordeeva* , Olga V. Rykova
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.65
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  • Two Days In The Life Of Leaders: World-Modelling Potential Of Political Event

    No:66
    Pages:466-475
    Keywords:World-modelling potential, media discourse, representational structure of discourse, frame, political event, summit.
    Author(s): Svetlana Kushneruk*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.66
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  • Subject-Oriented Approach As Methodological Basis Of Solving Communicative-Interactive Tasks In Foreign Language

    No:67
    Pages:476-481
    Keywords:Subject-oriented, approach, communicative-interactive, task, orientation, activity.
    Author(s): Olga Osiyanova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.67
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  • Meaning Level Of The Text And The Way To Its Analysis

    No:68
    Pages:482-488
    Keywords:Text levels, meaning level, integral model, dystopia, meaning plane.
    Author(s): Mariya Zhurkova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.68
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  • Allusion As A Sign Of Intertextuality (Based On “Beauty And The Beast”)

    No:69
    Pages:489-494
    Keywords:Allusion, Association, Allusion on Real World, Allusion on Fictional World.
    Author(s): IuliiaYevgenyevna Kochneva*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.69
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  • Picture Of The World Of The Mother Tongue And Understanding Of Fiction

    No:70
    Pages:495-502
    Keywords: Picture of the world of the mother tongue, key concept, Brot.
    Author(s): Maria A Demyanenko*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.70
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  • Propaganda Posters In The Soviet Political Post-War Discourse

    No:71
    Pages:503-509
    Keywords:Propaganda poster, influence, manipulation, soviet space, political discourse, propaganda.
    Author(s): Tatyana Bykova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.71
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  • Network Education As A System And Process

    No:72
    Pages:510-517
    Keywords:Higher education, lingua-information network education, educational process, principles.
    Author(s): Aleksandra V. Grebenshchikova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.72
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  • Correlation Of Cognitive, Linguoculturological And Pragmatic Approaches To Analysis Of Professional Lexis

    No:73
    Pages:518-524
    Keywords:Term, professionalism, professional jargon, cognitive approach, linguoculturological approach, pragmatic approach.
    Author(s): Elena I. Golovanova* , Igor A. Golovanov
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.73
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  • Methods Of Determining The Influence Of Disinformation In A Media Text

    No:74
    Pages:525-529
    Keywords:Disinformation, media text, suggestion, pragmatically relevant lexeme, frequency distribution, rhythm.
    Author(s): Maria Samkova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.74
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  • Directness In The Blogs Of English Celebrities

    No:75
    Pages:530-536
    Keywords:Internet discourse, blog, manipulation, directness, imperative structures, performatives.
    Author(s): A. A. Ivanova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.75
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  • Semiotic And Cognitive Interpretation Of The Postmodern Myth

    No:76
    Pages:537-542
    Keywords:Postmodernism, myth, semiological system, isomorphism, script.
    Author(s): Natalia S. Olizko* , Ksenia A. Danilova
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.76
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  • Creolized Text As An Object Of Interdisciplinary Analysis

    No:77
    Pages:543-547
    Keywords:Creolized text, associative potential, manipulation, non-verbal component, font and color symbolism.
    Author(s): Svetlana Driga*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.77
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  • Peculiarities Of Linguistic Worldview Transformation On The Territory Of Later Settling

    No:78
    Pages:548-553
    Keywords:Linguistic worldview, dialects of territories of later settling, Orenburg Russian dialects, language contacts.
    Author(s): Elena N. Bekasova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.78
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  • Church Slavonic And Russian Parallels In Demolition Of Cultural And Religious Traditions

    No:79
    Pages:554-559
    Keywords:Russian literary language, Church Slavonic language, the Schism (Raskol) of the Russian Orthodox Church, Archpriest Avvakum, petitions.
    Author(s): Ekaterina A. Mironova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.79
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  • Verbal Explication Of The Notion Of Friendship In English Lexicography

    No:80
    Pages:560-566
    Keywords:Definition, lingual society, categorical meanings, analysis, etymology, lexical unit.
    Author(s): Marina F. Masgutova*
    doi:10.15405/epsbs.2018.04.02.80
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