No 2 (2011)

Articles
Ritual of wedding-funeral in the russian and romanian folklores
Maxim M.
Abstract
The article presents a concise analysis of the evolution of the funeral ritual for the young people, in the Russian and Romanian Folklores. It involves a study of the Wife - Death image and motifs found in the Wedding - funeral Lamentations.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):5-11
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A word is about Igor's regiment - some arguments in favour of the hypothesis of Kiril Turovsky' copyright
Pronevich G.N.
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In the article the attempt of substantiation and further development of hypothesis of Kiril Turovsky's copyright on A word is about Igor's regiment, which was suggested by B. Zotov, was undertaked.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):12-20
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About hand-written almanac of lezghin poetry XVIII-XIX cc. fpom willage Kiri
Nagiev F.R.
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About high literary-art level of lezghin poetry XVIII-XIX cc. explosive hand-written almanac from village Kiri whith verses on lezghin, Turkic and Arabian testifies languages. Poetic texts of almanac excellent material for studying as lezghin language, so and lezghin poetry and prosody.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):21-27
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Plastic Opportunities of Great National Style of the Russian Literature (on a Material of the Novel Oblomov of I.A. Goncharov)
Loskutnikova M.B.
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Author of the article research a category of great national classical style. In the novel Oblomov of I.A. Goncharov the plastic opportunities of this style are investigated and revealed. They are connected with a figure of comparison being universal for the writer. This aspect is found out both at the level of composition (types: I - Another, today - yesterday, a person - nature, etc.), and at the level of art speech (there are more than 800 of these comparisons in the novel).
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):28-36
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Poetic self in the dramaturgy of N.S. Gumilev (as reflected in the play Don Juan in Egipt)
Kulagina A.A.
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This article analyzes the ways of representation of Don Juan in N.S. Gumilyev's play Don Juan in Egypt, which is based upon the author's feelings, as well as his life experience, transformed by means of life-creation. Besides, this article covers Gumilyev's techniques of making his personal myth of a man-winner, a conqueror of women's hearts, a poet and an artist.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):37-44
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Poem beginning in prose of Marina Tsvetaeva
Ivashchenko E.G.
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The following article deals with the influence of verse methods on the prosaic creativity of Marina Tsvetaeva, which formed such poetic picularities as refusal from plot-fable opening, an associative manner of narration, a non-standard way of presenting material, etc.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):45-52
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The problem of the Historic Personality in the Works of Joseph Brodsky
Kobelyatskaya I.I.
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In the article there has been presented the analysis of the poems by Joseph Brodsky, devoted to the historic personalities, on the basis of which the question of the meaning of the historic character in the perception of the poet is being solved.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):53-63
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Autometaparatext as the element of A. Bashlachev's and V. Visotskiy's poetics
Ivanov A.S.
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The purpose of article - to reveal functional peculiarities of autometaparatext in poetics of V. Visotsky and A. Bashlachev. Author's comments play an important role in understanding of the poetic text. Thus their functions in creativity of each poet essentially differ. For this reason words of the author are necessary for considering as a poetics element.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):64-68
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A United Stateser: William Carlos Williams' Quest for the American Reality
Panova O.Y.
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William Carlos Williams' works and ideas are viewed as a part of the epoch and are juxtaposed to the attitudes of his contemporaries - both his allies and adversaries. His views of American past and future, his utopic vision of the New world civilization contributed a lot in the American modernist sensibility and cultural nationalism.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):69-77
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The Translation of the Russian Literature in Taiwan, Yesterday and Today
Hsiung Tsung-huei -.
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This article focuses on the history of translations and the reception of Russian literature in Taiwan over the past half century, with special attention given to the translations of contemporary Russian writers in Taiwan.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):78-83
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Style of «Ogonyok» magazine articles during the period of perestroika: between the soviet and democratic discourse
Yesikova E.M.
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The problems of formation of a new publicistic style in the «Ogonyok» magazine during the adjustment period of Perestroika (1986-1991) are reviewed in the article - from ideological discourse of the Soviet press to democratic discourse, in which radical changes in society and social conscience were implemented.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):84-89
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Legal regulation`s and self-regulation`s features of formation and development in russian mass media (90th years of the XXth century)
Sbrueva D.V.
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In article consideres Russian ptint mass-media status and legal regulation's and self-regulation's conception features.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):90-97
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Media globalization: is it a myth or reality?
Kolosova A.A.
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The article is devoted to the problem of globalization in mass media and its studying by foreign researchers. Special attention is paid to the ambiguous appraisal of media globalization by western scholars. Why do some of them call it a myth? What does media globalization bring to national cultures: advantages or dangers? What factors are in the foundation of attempts to determine the level of media globalization?
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):98-104
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Egoism as a driving force of users' activity in social media and social networking on Internet
Budovskaya Y.V.
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This article is devoted to the question of functioning of social media and social networking. Represented issues propose the hypothesis of egoism as a driving force of users' activity in social media and social networking on Internet and take the election campaign of Barak Obama as an empirical platform to prove this supposition.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):105-112
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Media trends of sports journalism: experience of satellite television channel NTV-Plus Football
Gouttsait R.L.
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Article is devoted studying of modern trends of sports journalism on an example of television channel NTV-Plus Football. It is shown that the sports television develops by the way of quantitative and qualitative change of a content, transformation of a television product in multimedia, unlimited access to media channels and introductions of interactive user services. The spectator audience is actively involved in manufacture of a television product, and the profession of the sports journalist becomes more and more multipurpose and responsible.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):113-117
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Comparative analysis of euphemistic headlines newspaper «The New York Times» and «The Moscow Times»: principles and results of the study (2008-2010 gg.)
Shirobokova M.A., Ivanova E.A.
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This article covers the results of the comparative research of euphemized headlines in two English language newspapers: The New York Times and The Moscow Times. The authors outline a number of thematic groups with the highest concentration of euphemisms, determine the rate of euphemized and non-euphemized headlines and provide a thorough analysis using multiple examples. The research is cross-cultural and is based on the latest practical material.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):118-128
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The impact of information technology on the development of the Mongolian Journalism
Byambajav Naranbaatar -.
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This article examines the impact of new information technologies and the Internet on the professional activities of journalists by the example of the media in Mongolia.
RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):129-134
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RUDN Journal of Studies in Literature and Journalism. 2011;(2):135-136
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