The Image of Contemporary Russia n Language and Culture: the Thematic Issue of «Russian Review»
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The image of Russia in 2010—2011 international indices: positioning crisis
This paper considers the political and economic shortcomings of the image of Russia and its perception by the international community in 2010—2011. International indices are a comprehensive information source in terms of the economic and political image of a country and, to a great extent, a decisive factor in the global trends relevant to different countries and their development potentials. The author also compares the international images of Russia and the Baltic Sea region countries.
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Image, eidos, figura, pattern. How words help to recognize patterns and understand their reference and sense?
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Image and discourse. On the discursive nature of political image formation
The author proves that any image formed within political discourse is, in terms of its meaning, a mental object. It is claimed that, within discourse, the image of politics and the institutional practices of its formation are rather of psychological nature as well as that discourse register affects our perception of social objects of the world.
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Embedding imagology in Translation Studies
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Models of narrative syntactics as a tool for analysing images of states
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Semiotic Inversions in the Formation of the Political Image in the Media Discourse: the image of Russia in German media
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On the Semiotic Model of Image
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The media image of San Escobar in the space of fictional worlds: a socio-semiotic perspective
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The image of Napoleon in France
This article summarises the perception of Napoleon’s image in France in the 19th—21th centuries and describes the dynamics of attitudes towards Napoleon in connection with the changing political situation. Historical studies and belles-lettres help demonstrate that today the image of Napoleon is more popular in other European countries than in France and that the life of the emperor gave rise to a myth about a hero and great conqueror who faces defeat at the peak of his power and loses its empire.
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The Youth in Kaliningrad, Gdansk and Klaipeda: Geopolitical Vision of the World, Identity and Images of the Other
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The image of a ‘good Frenchman’ in Russian press between the Napoleonic and Crimean Wars
... Russian quality journals published between the Napoleonic and Crimean wars. In many Russian journals, the emphasis was laid on creating a positive image of some social strata of French society. The author identifies the reasons for this phenomenon. The image of a ‘good Frenchman’ reveals the attitude of Russian press towards acute political and social issues of the time.
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The symbolic complexes of mass culture and the semiosis of political discourse
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The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
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Features presentation of environmental risks in the media (for example, deposits of potassium salts in the village Nivenskoe)
... perception of risks in public space, communication of risks can be an instrument of latent manipulation with public opinion. The Internet and printed local media have served as an object of research. Results of the research confirm a hypothesis that images crested by media usually do not correspond to real technical aspect of environmental risks and are addressed as a political problem.
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Territorial differences in the attitudes to the migration crisis in Germany: The political aspect
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Inadvisable Concession: Kant’s Critique of the Political Philosophy of Christian Garve
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... dominate the collective consciousness. This approach helped to use the postwar legacy impartially and effectively. However, the image of the past was distorted. This distortion was overcome at the turn of the 21st century to give rise to the concept of open ... ... regionalism provides a favourable background for international cross-border cooperation.
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Russian soft power in the Baltic States through the lens of research: traditions, competition, confrontation
... restrictions to diminish the effect of Russian soft power, which is considered in terms of hard power, i.e. as a threat to national security. The current forms of Russian soft power are becoming less productive in the region and their use in the negative political context of bilateral relations has the opposite effect for Russia – the country loses in reputation and image. The main factor at play is the information content of the Russian-language media space. At odds with the historical and political views of a significant part of the Baltic States’ ruling class, it is becoming the target of counteraction. At the ...
Realisation of the pragmatic potential of intertextuality in political discourse
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The rhetoric and logic of the representations of the Russian-Turkish War of 1877–1878 in Russian public discourse
... current events. I identify a series of principal oppositions employed by most actors. I analyse these oppositions from the perspective of orientalism and demonstrate that an orientalist vision of the conflict was instrumental in ‘Westernising’ the image of the Russian Empire. The critics of this model placed both parties of the conflict in a common oriental framework but did not equate them. Self-orientalisation was viewed as a political challenge that required Westernisation, which did not apply to the other party to the conflict that represented the Orient proper. The political authorities of the Russian Empire could not retain control over the broad rhetorical framework that ...
Impact of remigration on the worksphere under Covid-19: the case of Lithuania
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Elitist reasons behind the German revolution of November 1918
... bourgeoisie and agrarians rendered it impossible to devise coherent domestic and foreign policies. Incompetent leadership and frequent political scandals, which discredited the German ruling elite in the eyes of the public, created an extremely negative image of the monarchy. Thus, the lack of competent managers and political leaders able to take responsibility and lead the country out of the crisis created a revolutionary situation in the country.
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Key actors of German ‘soft power’ in the Baltics
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‘A power of shuffled letters’: anagrams in the European culture of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
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Estonia’s party system today: electoral turbulence and changes in ethno-regional patterns
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‘The Radical Black Colour’. On the Semantics of the Black Colour in Anarchist Discourse
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