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Semantic-structural organization of paired designations (on material of the modern german language)

UDK 811.11-112 BBK 81.2

Portnova T.Yu.

The aim of the article is to analyze the interrelation of syntax and semantics of paired designations in the modern German language. The author describes the peculiarities and main principles of structural and semantic organization of paired designations using the semantic-syntactical law of ranking, which says that there is semantic hierarchy in the syntactical constructions and the word order reflects a particular hierarchy of parameters embodied in people’s consciousness. 

Key words: paired designations, ranking, word order, logic of the relationship between large and small quantities.

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The cognitive-matrix analysis of compounds (by the case of the words with BROT AS 2 IC)

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V. A. Stepanenko

B. B. Timofeewa

The paper studies compound words with Brot as 2 IC using the cognitive-matrix analysis by N. N. Boldyrev. Our own cognitive matrix was developed based on the data we obtained using the main model.

Keywords: Brot, compound word, cognitive matrix analysis, cognitive matrix.

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On the issue of phraseological etymology (on the example of the phraseological unit «die Flötentöne beibringen»)

UDC 81-139 BBK 81.1

Stepanenko V. A.Dribon D. O.

The article is devoted to the etymological study of the phraseological unit jmdm die Flötentöne beibringen. Being collected by the continuous sampling method and analysed, the empiric material enabled to find out phraseological etymology sources, in addition to those, which had been registered in different German etymological dictionaries.

Key words:  etymology of a phraseological unit, Aesop’s fable «The Fisherman and his Flute», pan flute, flute allemande.

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Modeling method in word formation (on the base of compound words with a component Familie)

UDC 81-139 BBK 81.2

Stepanenko V. A., Chalaeva Ju. A.

The article is devoted to the study of compound words with a component Familie as 2 IC. Being collected by the continuous sampling method and analysed, the empiric material has been presented in three models. The formal description of compound words is a base stage for their content analysis.

Key words:  compound noun, IC analysis, modeling method, non-lexicalized compound.

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Cognitive aspect of word order

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Portnova T. Yu.

The aim of the paper is an attempt to sum up linguists’ experience on the problem of word order analysis from the cognitive perspective. The article provides a review of special literature to a varying degree related to the issue. Special attention is paid to the sources analyzing the role of cognitive processes, in particular, perception in the syntactical formation of a sentence. The author shows that the word order as a linguistic category has along with the syntactical and semantic aspects a cognitive element as well.   

Key words: word order, deep structure, selectivity of perception.

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Language and cultural identity: axiological aspect

BBK 81.001 UDC 81’42

Kazydub N. N.

The article ponders the problem of interaction between cultural and language phenomena in the construction of communicative environment. The research puts forward the axiological parameter that functions as a systemic coordinator of  contacting cognitive models, language representations and communicative styles. The goal of the article consists in positioning axiological experience as the key parameter of cultural identity and in the systemic description of language signs that activate value concepts in discourse practices.

Key words: cultural identity, axiologeme, axiological motive, axiological experience, cognitive model, language representation, co-adaptive strategies, communicative style, cooperative interaction.

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The Leipzig-Jakarta list of the Turkic languages as a source of the interdisciplinary comprehensive studies

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Novgorodov I. N.

The article gives an information about an international symposium. Its subject is an interdisciplinary comprehensive discussion of the convergence Altay unity, the Leipzig-Jakarta list of relationship of the ancient and modern Turkic languages which was discussed by genetics, historians and linguists from China, Russia and Western Europe.

Key words: international, symposium, genetics, history, linguistics, the Leipzig-Jakarta list, Altaic, Turkic, language, interdisciplinary, comprehensive, research, NEFU.

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Implicit meanings in a communicative triade: epistemic aspect

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Sludneva L. V.

The article deals with some mechanisms of verbal and non-verbal behavior of a speaker aimed at excluding from communication its side participants. The focus is made on epistemic aspect of interpreting and understanding implicit meanings.

Keywords: implicit meanings; communicative triade; proper addressee; side participant of communication.

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The structural-semantic peculiarities of animalistic phraseologisms describing a human’s appearance and character in Russian and Korean

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Antonova A. B., Kim Jiyeon

The Russian and Korean animalistic phraseologisms indicate national peculiarities. Most phraseologisms describing a human’s appearance and character in Russian and Korean linguocultures are comparative units which structurally consist of an adjective, conjunction as and a noun – zoonym. Russian and Korean comparative phraseological units can have both equivalent and nonequivalent zoonymic components.

Key words: phraseological unit, linguoculture, zoonym, comparative unit, to symbolize, the Russian language, the Korean language

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Representation of sexism in the modern German-speaking advertisement

UDC 81-119 BBK 81.2-3

Stepanenko V. A., Blank Ju. V.

The article is devoted to the study of verbal and nonverbal means in the German sexism advertisement where ambiguous slogans are often used. The ambiguity is achieved by addressing to nonverbal means representing a female either as sex product or as a creature unequal in intellect with a male.

Key words:  sexism, German-speaking advertisement, K. Schmerl’s classification, stereotype, discrimination.

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