Yuri Nikolaevich Karaulov To the 85th Anniversary of Prof. Yu.N. Karaulov

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The article is dedicated to the 85 anniversary of Yuri Nikolaevich Karaulov (1935-2016), a well-known Soviet and Russian linguist, Doctor of Philology, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and winner of the USSR State prize (1991). The contribution of Yu.N. Karaulov to the development of philological education and modern linguistics is represented by the main directions of his multi-faceted research activities. Special attention is paid to the fundamental works of the scientist in the field of General and Russian linguistics, lexicology and lexicography, and applied linguistics. The article covers the results of applied research of Professor Yu.N. Karaulov, related to the main directions of its research activities: “the theory of linguistic personality”, “cognitive linguistics” and “theory and practice of lexicography”. Yu.N. Karaulov was the founder and head of the scientific school “Russian language personality”, the program of which United many research areas actively developed in modern linguistics.


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Nina L. Chulkina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN)

Author for correspondence.
Email: nina.tchulkina@yandex.ru
6, Miklukho-Maklaya str., Moscow, Russian Federation, 117198

Doctor of philology studies, Associate professor, Professor of the department of general and Russian linguistics

Vladimir N. Denisenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN)

Email: denisenko-vn@rudn.ru
6, Miklukho-Maklaya str., Moscow, Russian Federation, 117198

DSc. in Philology, Full Professor, Head of the General and Russian Linguistics Department, Philological Faculty

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  7. Karaulov, Yu.N., Ginzburg, E.L., Korobova, M.M., Osokina, E.A., Ruzhitsky, I.V., Tsyb, E.A. & Shepeleva, S.N. (2008). Dictionary of the Dostoevsky language. Idioglossary. Volume 1 A—B. Moscow. (In Russ.).
  8. Karaulov, Yu.N., Ginzburg, E.L., Korobova, M.M., Osokina, E.A., Ruzhitskiy, I.V., Tsyb, E.A. & Shepeleva, S.N. (2010). Dictionary of the Dostoevsky language. Idioglossary. Volume 2 G—Z. Moscow.
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