Emotional and receptive-axiological aspects of the speech act of threat in everyday conflict communication in Russian
The article analyses the emotive aspect of the production and perception of the speech act of threat and the specificity of the perception of this act by a modern native speaker of Russian. The act of threat is an instrument of influence exerted on the listener. Its effectiveness depends on the strength of the negative emotions of anxiety,...
On the speech-act nature of the verbal threat.
In this article, we describe approaches to studying the verbal threat, which exist in the recent Russian and international research literature. We examine the essence of the verbal threat from the perspective of speech act theory. We identify the major content-related components of utterances containing threats and explain how they differ from commissive acts. We conclude that the speech act of threat is a synthetic speech-act structure, whose core element is ...
The linguistic-pragmatic features of the realization of speech acts of threat in the political discourses of Germany and Spain
... frequently used in contemporary political discourse, which is governed by norms and conventions. The radicalization of communication is a result of social and economic problems as well as geopolitical conflicts. This paper analyses what forms the speech act of threat can take in the political discourses of two European countries: Germany and Spain. It attempts to identify similarities and structural differences in the realization of speech acts of threat at the lexical, grammatical, and pragmatic ...
The illocutionary aims of the positive-evaluative speech acts (in English artistic discourse)
The article analyses functional-semantic characteristics of the speech acts of positive evaluation in English artistic discourse. The article represents the taxonomy of the speech acts of positive evaluation and it includes the analysis of their illocutionary aims.
1. Апресян Ю. Д. Интегральное описание ...
The functional and pragmatic features of speech acts with the meaning of consent
This article deals with the main types of speech acts with the meaning of consent in the contemporary dialogical discourse. The author identifies the specific pragmatic features of speech acts of consent and offers their typology.
Н., Крейдлин Г.
Gender and prosody: speech acts of demand
... questions // Proc. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, 2015.
15. Simpson A. Phonetic differences between male and female speech // Language and Linguistics Compass. 2009. Vol. 3. P. 621—640.
Barkov I. S.
prosody, demand, gender, speech act
The functional and pragmatic features of assonance phraseological reflexes
... process of verbal interaction only as markers of pragmatic intentions. Therefore, the attempts to describe them in terms of traditional semantics prove unsuccessful. A proper study of assonance phraseological reflexes is possible only in the framework of speech act theory. From the cognitive perspective, these units of speech are an example of a language game typical of speech subcultures.
1. Баранов А. Н., Добровольский Д. О. Принципы семантического описания ...
On the author’s speech structure of Kant’s axiological discourse
... cognitive discourse is that the former contains a greater number of personal pronouns that signify different speech roles of the author. This text is characterised by a more direct expression of the addressee factor, which explains the emergence of the speech acts that are absent in Kant's cognitive texts. Another substantial difference is the explicit imperative modality of this type of Kant's texts.
1. Kant I. Grundlegung zur Metaphysik der Sitten // Kant I. Werkausgabe: in 12 Bd. / W. Weischedel (Hg)....
Zur Subjekt-Redestruktur des axiologischen Diskurses von I. Kant
... cognitive discourse is that the former contains a greater number of persona pronouns that signify different speech roles of the author. This text is characterised by a more direct expression of the addressee factor, which explains the emergence of the speech acts that are absent in Kant's cognitive texts. Another substantial difference is the explicit imperative modality of this type of Kant's texts.
1. Арутюнова Н. Д. Язык и мир человека. М., 1996.
2. Kant I. Grundlegung zur ...
The functioning of interrogative hortative structures in the political discourse (based on V.V. Putin’s public speeches)
... Шейгал Е. И. Семиотика политического дискурса. М., 2004.
10. Чудинов А. П. Политическая лингвистика. М., 2006.
political discourse interrogative hortative modality, indirect directive speech acts, request, advice, proposition, prescriptive.
Vaulina S., Probst N.