The tactics of appeal to happiness/regret as speech instruments for implementing the strategies of defining recipient’s emotional status
This article deals with the ways of the strategies of defining recipient’s emotional status explication in the modern German poetry discourse. Especially we are concentrating on lexical tools of the tactics of appeal to happiness and tactics of appeal to regret. The examples of implementation of the strategy of ...
Frames in discourse analysis
This article focuses on frame analysis, which provides a communicative framework for the meaning formation and interpretation in a discourse. The correlation between the usage of linguistic structures and cognitive environ-ment of the sender and recipient is analysed. The structure of the frame model of a discourse as a cognitive space formed in view of the recipient’s relevance is described. Special attention is given to the process of conceptual integration in German political discourse.
Cognitive and linguistic aspects of forming of event-driven concepts
The term event-driven concept is analyzed in the dynamic process of its tructuring in a recipient's consciousness; the functional semantico-syntactical frame of event-driven concepts with various categorial functional relations between the participants of corresponding events is shown and the linguodidactic aspect of the use of even-driven ...
Intensification of Russian role in trans-border cooperation in the Baltic Sea region
... as formation of trans-border socio-economic systems may shift their development to the innovative type.
Oding N. Yu., Fedorov G. M.
transborder cooperation, Baltic Sea macroregion, innovative
development, cooperation, euroregions, integration, recipient, pan-European economic space.
Ambiguity matters in linguistics and translation
... event-referential ambiguity, which requires additional conceptual information for disambiguation and, consequently, may pose a problem for translation. I argue that problems in disambiguation may occur for a variety of reasons: the translator and\or the recipient may have a wrong reference, have insufficient background knowledge to resolve the ambiguity or make wrong inferences since each recipient bears a different combination of cognitive, axiological, social, professional and gender attributes.
A language game with background knowledge
The tactics of a language game aimed at activating background knowledge of the recipient are studied in the texts of jokes, crossword puzzles, and other literature and speech materials. Special attention is paid to language games focusing on the reader’s knowledge of history in the Old Slavic epic poem The Tale of Igor's Campaign....
Folklore texts in teaching Russian as a foreign language: The perception of Russian folk tales
... foreign language. The author analyses the image and concept-related cultural difficulties faced by foreigners when studying Russian folk tales. The article identifies the differences in perceiving and assessing the culturally relevant folklore motifs by recipients with different cultural mental setups. It is stressed that studying folk tales gives foreign students an idea of the culture of Russian people, their fundamental features and values, and contributes to the development of a cultural linguistic ...
Crossborder and trans-border cooperation of medium-sized cities of Kaliningrad region in Baltic Sea Region
Belova A. V.
transborder cooperation, Baltic Sea macroregion, crossborder
cooperation, cooperation, euroregions, integration, recipient, pan-European economic space.
The hermeneutics of literary modelling and intertext in L. Leonov’s novel The Pyramid
... possible to identify the multitude of intersections of literary layers, evaluations, and positions and describe the dynamic process of modelling a literary meaning, which employs intertextual connections and associations both in the text and in the recipient’s perception, as well as to reveal the interconnection between the intertextual layer and the role of reader-co-creator within the genre of philosophical novel.
1. Ахматова А. Соч. : в 2 т. М., 1990. Т. 1.
2. Леонов ...
Scientific writing in teaching foreign languages to future researchers
... author presents a historical overview of the key stages of development of functional style theory and describes the modern perspective on scientific writing in the following aspects: field of use, topic and content, characteristics of the sender and recipient, purpose and forms of speech, and general properties, linguistic features, and types of texts.
1. Кожина М. Н. К основаниям функциональной стилистики. Пермь, 1968.
2. Котюрова М. П....
Peripheral means to express incentive modality in the public service announcement discourse
Public service announcements attract attention to social problems and encourage the general public to solve them, which requires influencing the recipient using speech methods. The means to exert such influence create a functional and semantic field. The authors focus on the periphery constituents of this field, which function in public service announcements in the Russian and German languages....
The intellectual interconnections between Königsberg and the Baltics in the 19th century
... modifications differing in forms and objectives. It is demonstrated that, when compiling German-Latvian and Latvian-German dictionaries, both authors target their works at German settlers; however, Lindner’s work is targeted solely at a German-speaking recipient, whereas that of Lange requires that the reader be acquainted with the Latvian language and Latvian peasant lifestyle.
1. Fricke C. Die Deutschen Gesellschaften des 18. Jahrhunderts — ein Forschungsdesiderat // K. D. Dutz (Hg.). Sprachwissenschaft ...
The background knowledge as a language indicator of the intentional manipulative proposition
The article deals with the problem of language manipulation by the recipient’s perception with the help of the background knowledge. The special
emphasis is given to the description of the manipulative technique. The research is based on the texts of Russian and American political discourse.
1. Владиславова ...
Some features of external migration processes in the coastal regions of the Western borderlands of Russia
... migration. The Northern Russian regions are losing population. Migration here worthen the demographic situation, even though there has been some equalization of gender disparities due to the outflow of the female population. The other recipient regions are characterized by a 'rejuvenation' of the population age structure and at the same time by worsening gender disparities. Applicants to universities and colleges are likely to leave for other regions of the Russian Federation (to ...
The Late Poetry of A. Bashlachev: Changes in Performance and New Meanings
... fragments. Each deviation produces an additional meaning. As a performer, A. Bashlachev alters the original text at the level of the verbal and musical subtexts to bring to the surface its implicit content. It affects the perception of meaning by the recipient. Deviations often introduce significant changes to the original text and make it more pungent and dramatic to emphasise the tragedy of the Poet.
1. Bashlachev, A., 1997. Stikhi [Poems]. Moscow.
2. Gavrikov, V. A., 2010. Song poetry as polysubtextual ...
Peculiarities of the English loanwords top-, VIP- functioning in the modern Russian language
... aspects of English loanwords top- and VIP- in the modern Russian language. The morphological status of the components depends on their derivative value in the donor language (analytical adjective, prefixoid) or according to the derivational model of the recipient language (radixoid, affixoid, root). It is substantiated that the prepositive component top- acts as a sociopragmatic marker with the value of the highest position held by the compared objects in various ratings. High derivational activity ...
On the Pushkin text in the poetry of Perestroika
... concluded that these authors perceive Pushkin’s poetry as a lexicon whose units can be used for building countless cycles of poetic reflections on the world as well as on poetry and the role of the poet. The donor text is an interlinear gloss for the recipient text. The implicit ‘alien’ and the explicit ‘own’ words merge into a single text. Perestroika poets inherit from Pushkin polystylism, a propensity to parody when analysing cultural codes and precedent texts, and fundamental dialogicity....
Intergenerational transmission of poverty: a challenge for Poland
... Socjologii UŁ.
13. Warzywoda-Kruszyńska, W. (red.), 1999, (Żyć) Na marginesie wielkiego miasta, Łódź, Instytut Socjologii UŁ.
14. Warzywoda-Kruszyńska, W. 2001, The Poor of Large Cities: Is an Underclass Forming? The Example of Welfare Recipients. In: Buchowski, M., Conte, E., Nagengast, C. (eds.), Poland beyond Communism. “Transition” in Critical Perspective, Fribourg, University Press Fribourg.
15. Warzywoda-Kruszyńska, W. 2007, Counteracting Child Poverty, Polityka społeczna,...
Transformation of the institutional matrix of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania within the Russian Empire
... subsequent entry of its part into another social system constitutes one of the options of passing through a bifurcation point. Three stages of this process are distinguished: incorporation of the new lands into the administrative-territorial structure of the recipient state, rebuilding of the social stratification in the new lands, administrative and legal unification, and deep integration. It is shown that upon the admission of Grand Duchy of Lithuania lands into the Russian Empire some basic economic and ...
The competitiveness of the Irkutsk region in the world tourism market
Today, the world tourism market is dynamic and rapidly developing area of the world economy. International inbound tourism has a positive impact on the national and regional economies of recipient countries thus it is necessary to develop this sector in the countries and regions that have a potential to attract foreign tourists. The purpose of this article is to estimate the competitiveness of the Irkutsk region on the world tourism market ...
Translation of sociolect texts
... analysis of the ways in which translators processed the source texts under consideration reveals the twofold strategy aimed at maintaining a proper balance between replicating the sociolect text specificity and making the translation readable to the target recipients. Combining explanatory translation, loose translation, occasional equivalents with loan translation translators achieve clarity of the translation, preserving at the same time apparent non-nativeness of the target text, which helps to avoid ...
Migration Flows in Europe: Space and Time Transformation
... national and regional levels makes it possible to identify key trends in the spatial and temporal transformation of this phenomenon on the European continent. Calculations suggest that an increase in migration has not narrowed the gap between source and recipient countries but, on the contrary, it has made it more pronounced over the recent decades. The article presents an attempt at classifying European countries by the direction and intensity of migration connections and stresses the impact of international ...
Norway’s International Development Assistance Policy in the Current International Environment: Mechanisms of Justification
... Norwegian development cooperation Meld. St. 35 (2014—2015), 2015, Report to the Storting. (White paper), Summary, available at: https://www.regjeringen.no/en/dokumenter/meld.-st.-35-20142015/id2423253/ (accessed 15.01.2016).
ODA, donor, recipient, NORAD, Oil for development
Challenges of the methodological approaches to the measurement and the evaluation of liver size
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44. Zoli M., Magalotti D., Grimaldi M. et al. Physical examination of the liver: is it still worth it? // Am. J. Gastroenterol. ...
Spatial structure and development of settlements in the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
... agglomeration have been determined. According to the findings, the spatial structure of the agglomeration has three groups of ‘backbone centres’. The agglomeration includes a core, a population growth area (‘growth belt’), commuting sources and recipients, and ‘backbone centres’.
1. Fedorov, G.M. (ed.). 2019, Problemy ekonomicheskoi bezopasnosti regionov zapadnogo porubezh’ya Rossii [Problems of economic security of the regions of the western border of Russia], Kaliningrad, 267 p. (in ...
Measurement of liver volume using imaging techniques of various modalities
.... Estimation of Standard Liver Volume for Liver Transplantation in the Korean Population // Liver Transplantation. 2004. Vol. 10(6). P. 779—783.
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