No 2 (2008)

Articles
To the question of paradigmatics of unchanging classes of words
Pankov F.I.
Abstract
The article suggests the analysis of invariable parts of speech in terms of their paradigmatics. For example, adverbs are devoid of a morphological paradigm, i.e. a system of wordforms. However, they can be considered to be in possession of positional, contextual and communicative paradigms.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):5-15
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Reasoning in literary text: structurally-semantic varieties
Saltanova N.J.
Abstract
The Article is devoted to the specific character of the structural-semantic organisation of the reasoning in the fiction literature. There could be distinguished detailed and compressed reasonings by the structure. Semantic reasoning varieties are determined by the communicative aims of the author.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):16-22
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Precedent names in Chinese discourse
Voropaev N.N.
Abstract
The paper deals with the names-precedents of the Chinese discourse. The names-precedents mean names which are connected with the widely known text or with situation-precedent and are known to every member of the Chinese lingvocultural community.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):23-30
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Linguocogntive aspects of intercultural business communication
Maliuga E.N.
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The author analyses the main lingvocognitive characteristics of cross-cultural business communication and considers examples of speech behaviour of business partners.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):31-37
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System forming factors of verbal instruction communication
Perevyshina I.R., Pisarenko M.S.
Abstract
The article is dedicated to the analysis of some similarities and differences in the texts of user manuals and position/department instructions as a communicative system of speech elements presenting a conjugate model of information sender and receiver.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):38-43
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Expression of abstractiveness in Russian and Kitub languages
Muandza R.
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This article is devoted to comparative analysis of abstract nouns that has qualitative, proccessual and action meanings in russian and their equivalents in kituba language.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):44-53
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Social causality of transfer in the speech of African francophonies
Khapilina E.V.
Abstract
In this particular work certain social factors are described stating the stage of interference from the side of native languages in the speech of African francophones.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):54-60
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Concept «wind» in French
Lomonosova Y.E.
Abstract
In this article the methods of nominating the concept wind in the French language are being examined, its principal cognitive signs and axiological components are being revealed.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):61-68
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Female gender stereotype in French advertising texts
Borisova A.S.
Abstract
This article deals with the problem of female gender stereotypes in French advertising texts. On the ground of the practical analysis of advertising texts published in some modern French periodicals, we managed to expose and define general and national-cultural female gender stereotypes fixed in collective consciousness of the French.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):69-75
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Lexico-semantic and phonetic peculiarities of Swiss national variant of French (in the works of A. Cohen)
Dmitrieva E.G.
Abstract
In this article the author investigates the distinctions between the French language of France and the Swiss national variant of the French language basing on the works of a Swiss writer; the issues of intercultural communication as well as the questions of social role of the language are also touched upon.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):76-80
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Onomastics and culture: onomalexeme meaning's social aspect
Bagana Z., Langner A.N.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the social aspect research of onomalexeme meaning.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):81-84
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The main parameters of the functional and activity approach to the study of the notional characteristics of the evaluative language and speech units
Chekulai I.V., Prokhorova O.N.
Abstract
The article is the continuationof the description of the cognitive linguistic approach to the study of linguistic evaluation. Philosophical and methodological grounds of the the functional and activity approach to the study of language value and speech evaluation are viewed in it.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2008;(2):85-91
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