Ideologeme the “Slavic community” in the modern political discourse

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The article is devoted to the research of ideological concept the slavic community in the modern political discourse. The main approaches in interpretation of the slavic community were considered and analyzed here, as well as the invariants of the ideologeme and constituents of its semantic field by means of the method of the frame knowledge representation with the explication of the semantic field constituents. The subject of the research is the ideological concept of the slavic community . The object is the ideological usage of the concept the slavic community in the modern political discourse. The content of the political character with a keyword the slavic community was selected in the system of the “Russian National Corpus”. The theoretical grounds are based on the conception of the slavic community created by the ideologists S. Gradirovsky, E. Ostrovsky, P. Shedrovitsky. The main methods used in the research were: the method of semantic analysis with a cognitive-semantic description of the word semantics, summary and grouping of statistical observation materials. Such type researches are valuable for the political linguistics. As a result the usage frequency statistics in political discourse of variants of the ideologeme the slavic community was compiled, as well as regularities in usage each of its variants were revealed, and the research results were explained.


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Sergey Evgenievich Timofeev

Bryansk State University named after Academician I.G. Petrovsky

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Bezitskaya Str., 14, Bryansk, Russia, 241036

post-graduate student of Bryansk State University named after Academician I.G. Petrovsky, speciality: Linguistic theory; Interests: political linguistics, comparative linguistics, cognitive linguistics, translation theory

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