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Linguistics

Integrated approach to the event frame analysis

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The author analyses different approaches to the conceptualization of events in cognitive science, describes the types of events and their structure. Special attention is given to the integration of the frame analysis tools and corpora data and the opportunities this combination presents for analyzing the process of event conceptualization. The author explores the structure of an event frame and studies its frame–frame relations.

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Neither more nor less: the grounds for A.Skidan’s system

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The author analyzes a series of verses by A.Skidan of a “Delirium” collection (1993) and establishes the equality of semantics between giving/gift and parting, breaking apart, which allows to bring the concept of “giving/ gift” to the core of the poet’s concept structure. The article defines a semantic invariant and studies the ways of its invariant development, analyzes connection between the relevant concepts and categories of space and movement, life and death. The semantic reconstruction is performed through play Multilanguage anagram code, which is used by Skidan to develop the text of basic semantic structures.

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Literature studies

”What is the voice of truth?” The anagram in XVIII century French culture

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The paper explores the history of the anagram phenomenon in the French culture of the XVIII century. The author considers tendencies in the development of literature inherited from the Baroque period, including the practice of creating pseudonyms by anagramming and using anagrams in satirical poetry. The reduction of anagrams to the level of the language game and the secondary nature of theorizing are the characteristic features of this century, when a break with the esoteric traditions of the past eras occurred.

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Hermeneutics of Guilt in Johannes Bobrowski’s Works

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The poetic destiny of the outstanding German poet and novelist Johannes Bobrowski is being considered. His poetology in the most complicated synthesis of antinomic semantics and metrics is being analyzed. The existence of guilt with its exacerbated spirit of his Christian humanity’s eschatological personalism in creative work of Bobrowski is being emphasized. The conclusion about the essential equality of his poetic language and being/nothingness in his understanding is being made.

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Particular features of Polish Hamlet in the novels “Homeless” by S.Zeromski and “Red Shields” by Y. Iwaszkiewicz

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The authors study the evolution of “Polish Hamlet” image in prosaic works of the first half of the XXth century. They emphasize that the structure of this image in “Homeless” by S.Zheromsky and “Red Shields” by Ya. Ivashkevich is identified through the system of Hamlet’s character dominants as agent- ascetic personality and reflecting “ego”. The analysis concludes that Zheromsky within the frames of realistic novel successively implements the Hamlet’s psychological personality model while Ivashkevich a mystical effect of “Hamlet play” and his protagonist if a psychological type different from a Shakespeare’s one.

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On the correspondence between Wislawa Szymborska and Kornel Cornelius Filipowicz

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The correspondence between Wislava Szimborska and Cornelius Philipovich entitled “Your cat has the best of lives” and published in 2016 can be seen as a biographical account and historical evidence of two writers, a record of life of artistic people in Poland in the 1960s. Stylistic character of Szimborska is studied on the background of her creative poetry.

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Pedagogics and Psychology

Ethnic identity of students as a determinant of their understanding of other cultural groups

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The article highlights the problem of interaction between representatives of different cultures, which is influenced by their social representations and ethnic identity. The aim of the work was to analyze the content of students' social ideas about members of other cultures in the context of ethnic identity. In this paper, the authors rely on the theory of social representations and the concept of ethnic identity. This article presents the results of a study on the impact of Russian students’ ethnic identity on their social perceptions of students of Chinese, Tajik, Armenian, Kazakh and Russian cultures, emphasizes the dependence of the type of ethnic identity on such a parameter as social distance. Also, the authors provide a list of actions which may contribute to a positive ethnic identity and adequate social perception of members of other cultures, which can diminish a number of interethnic interaction problems.

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On the development of the naval education in the south of Russia in late XVIII — early XX centuries

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Thе article studies the foundation and development of the maritime training institutions in the Crimea and the Black Sea region in the late XVIII — early XX century within the military, political and socio-economic changes that occured in the area. The aim of the article is to analyze conduct the foundation and development of both military and commercial marine education in the region in historical and pedagogical perspectives, that allows us to see the evolution of educational concepts and modification of training maritime experts in the context of significant historical events that affected the quality of training of maritime personnel at various stages of the strategic, military, political and cultural development of the region. The methodological and theoretical basis of the study is a systematic approach, the social-conditioning theory of maritime education, the concept of continuous professional education and the higher education reformation concept. The article also demonstrates scientific contribution and the influence of pedagogical views and ideas of outstanding Naval commanders onto the foundation and development of maritime education in Russia.

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On integrating the Russian studies into foreign language teaching process in a non-language university

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The article discusses some of the issues of foreign language teaching in non-language high schools. The authors propose a method of integration of Russian Studies material in foreign language communicative learning process, as one of the promising areas of modern education in Russia. Informational and interactive posters in the educational process are another example of a new approach.

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The University lecture as a holistic entity

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The article characterizes the function of a lecture as an important form of current university education, reveals its capacities to intensify students' cognitive activity. A certain focus is made on interactive technologies which promotes the response relations with the audience. The author concludes that the efficiency of the lecture will increase if it is built on the principle of integrity, when the content, methods, structure, ways of interaction are led to accordance with the purpose and objectives.

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