No 4 (2013)

Articles
Aetiological Arguments of the ‘Form and Content Correlation’ Mediaevil Principle: Liturgy Sermon of Metropolitan Ilarion
Valentinova O.I.
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Meaningful and structural features of the mediaeval liturgy gospel are determined ontologically — this is the essence of this article, undertaking the interpretation of the well-known text dating back to the middle of the XI century — “Sermon on the Law and Gratia” by metropolitan Ilarion.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):5-17
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Russian Philosophical Text: Narration Mechanisms and Larger-then-thesentence Structures (works by P.A. Florensky and A.F. Losev)
Geichenko S.A.
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The article presents linguo-stylistic and communicative and pragmatic analyses of Russian philosophuical texts of the beginning of the XX century treated in the aspect of the typology of the shifters of movement of the thought observatuion and the typology of larger-than-the sentence, connected with this. The conclusion states on the attraction of narrative speech structures of philosiophizing to such models that shift the observation point from the forms of vividly exprexxed modality and deixis to the forms of “zero” deixis and veritable utterances.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):18-26
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Polycode Musical Poetic Discourse
Maksimenko O.I., Podryadova V.V.
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The musical poetic discourse as one of the realizations of semiotically complicated communications existing within the framework of modern language environment demands descriptive and prescriptive investigations. The article is devoted to the analysis of the formation of concept of musical poetic discourse representing a complex semiotic complex of verbal, iconic and audio components, its differences from musical and poetic discourses.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):27-37
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Five-volume Edition “Russian Poetry. XX century” and Inophone Russian-Speaking Poets (creative works by Olzhas Suleymenov)
Dzhusupov M.
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The article analyzes the content of a five-volume edition “Russian poetry. XX century” in the aspect of creativity of inophone poets, who are writing their works in the Russian language, as of the example of Olzhas Suleymenov. In this edition there weren’t included such poets The Russian poetry of XX century is localized in border of Russia and European countries. It doesn’t observe countries of Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan etc).
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):38-46
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Art Reality Models in M. Bulgakov's Prose of the 1920-s and Principles of Their Creation
Golubovich N.V.
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The article is devoted to identification of specifics in the art reality models created by M. Bulgakov in the 1920s and use of the fantasy. It shows that fantasy sets formal parameters and ideological content for the art models of reality created by the author, and has basic values in the sense expression of these stories. However, superiority of the satirical purpose indicates domination of satirical convention type and its basic function in the cycle of “Moscow” stories.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):47-55
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Cognitive Model of the Subjective Causality (in the German and Russian Languages)
Dalbergenova L.Y., Zharkynbekova S.K.
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This article tries to reveal a universal cognitive model of the causal relations reflected in the language consciousness of a subject. The cognitive model as a frame is considered to survey a certain typical causal situation through a human perception as the case of the connection of cause and effect propositions. Frame models of internal subjective causality are being revealed; semantic types and means of verbalization of internal subjective causality of frame models in the German and Russian languages are established.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):56-67
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The Influence of the Advertisements on Linguistic Consciousness of Modern Adolescents: Experimental Research
Schennikova N.V.
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The article is dedicated to the problem of the influence of advertisements on linguistic consciousness of modern adolescents. The subject of the research is the changing of word meaning understood as a ‘subjective content of the sign image’. As a result of conducting a free associative experiment with adolescents aged 13—16, quantitative and qualitative changes were revealed in the content of associative fields of modern advertisement key notions.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):68-74
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On the Object of Studying the Problem of Sociocultural Dependence of Speech and Language Development of a Child
Chernov D.N., Moroslin P.V., Mamontov A.S.
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The article regards the content and correlation of such concepts as “speech”, “language”, “speech activity”, “speech and language ability”, “sense of language”, “metalinguistic awareness”, “language competence” in the context of substantiating the object of studying the problem of sociocultural dependence of speech and language development of a child. It is shown that the concept of language competence completely meets the principles of wholeness, subjectivity, psychological determinism, historical succession and practice orientation in the treatment of the given problem.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):75-83
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The Reflexive Mode of Interpretation of Canonical Speech Situation
Tarieva L.U.
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This article presents reflexive mode of interpretation of language situation, on the basis of which paradigm of “persons” is relevantly represented as to the Ingush language: Contemplative person, Speaking person, Sounding person, Hearing person. The inherent properties of animate referents of reality which are “seeing”, “hearing’, etc., transform into designator of language sign, forming the Subject of perception in the language. Explicit properties such as “speaking”, “pronouncing” run operational mechanisms of speech Subject.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):84-89
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Rendering of Hidden Meanings by Means of Signs
Mazhitaeva S., Muratova A.N.
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The article considers non-verbal means of communication, which play an important role in intercultural interaction. The authors choose to analyze the characteristics of the kinetic components of speech and support the idea that language is both universal in its basis and specific, national in different methods of expression.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):90-97
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Symbolic Notion of “Honor” among Russian’s Army Officers in the Early XXTH century (according to the Memoirs of A.I. Denikin)
Timon-Rudkovskaya M.M.
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This article analyzes the concept of honor in the views of Russian officers at the beginning of the XX th century. On the example of the memoirs of General A.I. Denikin, the author shows the lexical content and the semantic meaning of the concept of “honor” in the language, socio-cultural, historical and religious references.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):98-101
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Features of Lexical Composition in Business Correspondence in Russian and French
Konyaeva E.A.
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The article examines lexical features of business correspondence in two languages — Russian and French. It emphasizes similarities and differences between them and also specificity of business correspondence in general.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):102-107
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The Category of Time as a Part of the Interpretational Model of the Image of a Criminal
Kozlovskaya E.S.
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The paper is devoted to some language and speech manipulation techniques with the category of time using by counsels for the defense in a jury trial at the period of judicial reform in Russia in XIX century.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):108-113
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Functioning of Demonyms (Gentilic) in Mexican Culture
Zhuravleva N.Y.
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The article deals with the analysis of stereotypes, in particular etnostereotypes, their role in the formation of Mexican linguistic picture of the world and the functioning of demonyms (gentilic) in phraseological units in the Spanish of Mexico.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):114-122
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Analysis of Some U.S. Place Names of Spanish Origin
Martynenko I.A.
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The article presents an overview of some US place names of Hispanic origin through different types of classifications, especially through the classification of H.L. Mencken. The history of origin of some geographical names is explained, preceeding historical events are considered. Special attention is focused on artificial names, geographical nick-names, hybrid toponyms and place names etymologically originated from Christopher Columbus name.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):123-130
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XV International Slavonic Conference ‘Polish and Eastern-Slavonic Language, Literature and Cultural Contacts: History, Present-Day Situation, Prospects’, June, 28—29th, 2013, Olsztyn, Poland, the Institute of Eastern Slavdom, Varminsky-Mazur University
Preobrazhensky S.Y.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):131-133
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The International Conference ‘Vilnius::Heterotopies’ September, 19—20 th, 2013
Preobrazhensky S.Y.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):134-135
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2013;(4):136-138
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