No 2 (2014)

Articles
Pidgins and creolle languages: perspectives of developments
Mikheeva N.F.
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The article is devoted the issues of new language variety occurrence - pidgins and creolle languages, its status, differences and development perspectives.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):5-9
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National and cultural specifity of New Zealand English toponyms
Beckeyeva A.R.
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The article is devoted to the study and analysis of place names in New Zealand. The extralinguistic factors had determined a specific and unique New Zealand toponymy. The article draws attention to the formation of New Zealand toponymic system related to J. Cook’s and A. Tasman’s research activities. The author describes in detail the geographical names of the Maori language which contain a complex of cultural, historical and mythological information about the Maori nation.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):10-17
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Family life’s aspects of Japanese. Wedding ceremony in samurai and the citizen’s lifethrough the examples of Japanese literature
Vorkina K.S.
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The article is concerning studying of family relationship. Through the examples of Japanese literature is analyzed the attitude to wedding ceremony in life of samurai and the citizens.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):18-22
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Historical and etymological aspects of phraseological units in modern Spanish
Gishkaeva L.N.
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The article is devoted to the analysis of the origin of fixed combinations and collocations forming phraseological fund of modern Spanish. To identificate the national language units some examples of phraseological units are illustrated with historical and etymological interpretation along with the developed culturological comments on them. In the work the situation is illustrated through the analysis of the historical and etymological references which are available in the Spanish phraseological dictionaries and literature of the modern period.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):23-29
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Comparative analysis of model categories of English and Russion verbs
Gorbatenko O.G., Kostromin A.B.
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The article is dedicated to comparative analysis of modal categories of English and Russian verbs. The current interest of the article is that English and Russian model verbs are described within the frames of comparative analysis. English and Russian modal verbs are characterized from grammatical point of view as well as from semantic aspect. Modal verbs translation issues are treated in the article; the ways of their solving are offered.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):30-34
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Features consonant system of the Korean language
Kaparushkina D.I.
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The article provides a brief overview of the current scientific literature on the Korean phonetics. The author of this article considers the problem of classification of Korean consonants, compares the different points of view of researchers at the problem of the existence of voiced and unvoiced consonants in the Korean language.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):35-42
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To the question of differentiation of language (on the example of the Spanish language)
Karpina E.V.
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The article looks into the question of peninsula Yucatan as a separate dialectic zone, functioning of dialect features of national variants of the Spanish language and their correlation to norm is considered.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):43-53
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Phenomenon of aggressiveness in the Russian an English consciousness
Maslova O.V.
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The article is devoted to the conceptual analysis of the phenomenon ‘aggressiveness’ in Russian and the British national variant of English, based on the material of our associative experiment in the Russian and English consciessness.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):54-61
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Yoga as a method of increasing resistance to stress of pregnant women
Mikheeva A.V.
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The article investigates the problem of increasing resistance to stress of pregnant women, and put forward the hypothesis that yoga is an effective technology for improving resistance to stress of pregnant women.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):62-68
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Discursive strategies for theming the communicative space of advertising message
Moiseenko L.V.
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The paper reports on application of epochs’ cultural codes as discursive strategies for theming the communicative space of advertising message and rheming goods (services) provided against the background. National-cultural signs in multimodel advertising discourse are subject to semiotic coding rules and are part of the metadiscursive mechanism enabling to create a persuasive text within an information shell.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):69-77
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Usage of verbal manipulation’s means for realization of persuasive strategy in the Spanish political parties’ program texts
Smirnova I.V.
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Such kind of psychological influence as verbal manipulation is used in order to modify people’s intentions and, consequently, to make them do something they initially were not going to do. The efficiency of the verbal manipulation depends on the width of variety of linguistic means of influence used by the manipulator and on his ability to make the most of using them.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):78-84
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The consideration of socio-cultural features of the German geological discourse when training trainers
Telezhko I.V.
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The article deals with socio-cultural specific features of written communication in the professional field of German and Russian geologists and the necessity to account them when forming socio-cultural competency of future translators.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):85-91
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The differentiation between the basic lexicon and its translations from Russian to Spanish in its Iberian and Mexican variations (as exemplified in Russian - Spanish conversation guides)
Iakovleva S.A.
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The article deals with the analysis of the macro- and microstructures of the Russian-Spanish conversation guides from the perspective of the Mexican national variation of the Spanish language, to the study of the lexical-semantic divergence when compared to the Spanish national variation, as well as to the detection of the non-corresponding cases in the intralinguistic lexical equivalencies upon translating to the Spanish language.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):92-102
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Types of reading while teaching translating sciencetechnical texts
Biryukova Y.N.
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Reading scientific technical texts by a translator is an important part of his professional activity. This article deals with different types of reading that a translator uses on different stages of his professional activity.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):103-109
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Professional competence of translators of professionally oriented texts
Gakova E.V.
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The article outlines the concepts of the competence-based approach in education and tries to define the professional translators’ competence. It shows the necessity to use the competency-based approach in education as the determiner of future effective professional activity. While analyzing the literature on the question the author suggests the idea of professional competences of translators of professionally oriented texts.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):110-118
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Efficiency of use of electronic educational material for students of engineering specialties
Molchanova I.I.
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The article says about the use of electronic educational material during English lessons for students of engineering specialties. The structure and the results of the electronic educational material, which basis is elaboration projects, were analysed. The efficiency of use of electronic educational material was proved.
Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):119-123
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Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices. 2014;(2):124-125
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