TO THE QUESTION ABOUT THE SPECIFICITY OF RELIGIOUS (ORTHODOX) DISCOURSE: ASSOCIATIONS -VERBAL ASPECT

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The article presents the results of associative experiment aimed at detecting the features of the religious (Orthodox) discourse. As in the speech of Orthodox believers reflects the specificity of the religious worldview, and their associative reactions to verbal stimuli differ from the reactions of un-believers native speakers of Russian. The research urgency is caused by appeal to the Orthodox dis-course, the linguistic interest in which has intensified in connection with the change in society's attitude to the Church.


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Tatiana I Kosheleva

The Novgorod State University named after Yaroslav the Wise

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Tatiana Ivanovna Kosheleva, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of Russian Language Department at The Novgorod State University named after Yaroslav the Wise; interests: orthodox discourse, associative experiment, linguistic consciousness

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