No 3 (2014)

Articles
“Breeding Words”: Aesthetic Contemplation
Valentinova O.I.
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The author of the article strives to realize inner (semiotic) proof of the “pleonasm” which used to characterize special manner and method of narration that was called “breeding words” (pleteniye sloves) and that appeared in the angiographic literature of the end of the XIV century.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):7-17
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Folklorisation as a Narrative Strategy in African Literary Discourse in Spanish
Naydenova N.S.
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The article analyzes the narrative strategy used by African writers to create syncretic literary discourse combining folk elements with modern writing techniques. The research is based on Ekomo by Guinean writer M. Nsue Angüe.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):18-26
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Semiotics of Conflict in F. Sologub's Novel “Small Demon”
Osipova O.I.
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The article discusses the semiotics of a characterological conflict. The system of alter-idem is shown at several novelistic levels. Firstly, the semiotic reflection of the text of F. Sologub is directed on a reproduction of a cultural code. Secondly, between characters of the novel difficult connection of an attraction of pushing away and pair interaction are established that all-in-all supports the difficult ideological concept of the novel. On the whole, the structure of the system of images realizes the mythological principle of a syncretism which is cornerstone of poetics of the novel.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):27-34
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Mental Formulae in the Formation of Linguistic Personality of Ch. Aitmatov
Derbisheva Z.K.
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The article is devoted to pragmalinguistic analysis of author’s sayings, mental formulae of Chingiz Aitmatov. Ch. Aitmatov’s mental formulae have been considered in terms of axiological significance exposing author’s philosophical reflections, his world view. In course analyzing the role and place of mental formulae while forming Aitmatov’s idiostyle, an attempt to research author’s sayings through the prism of linguistic personality of the writer is undertaken. There is given a description of proverbial organization of mental formulae, which realizes itself in the form of aphorisms, maxims, sentential.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):35-45
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Axiological Status of the English Gender Picture of the World (on the material of paremiology)
Tameryan T.Y.
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The аrticle is dedicated to the analysis of masculine and feminine paremias in the English language. The axiological features of the concepts “man” and “woman”, which reflect the gender stereotypes prevailing in the British culture, cognitive characteristics and axiological bases of this conceptual opposition “man - woman” are analyzed.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):46-54
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The Concept «Strength of Mind» in the Russian and Japanese Fraseology
Nedosugova A.B.
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The development of globalization processes presupposes setting up a dialogue of cultures in the global and interlanguage space which stipulates the interest in the problems of the national character, mentality and their manifestation in language. The article presents an attempt to determine psycho-linguistic characteristics of the Japanese national identity.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):55-60
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Terminological Differentiation of Disciplines of Diachronic and Synchronic Comparative Study of Genetically Related Languages
Dzhusupov M.
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This article deals with a problem of terminological differentiation of two disciplines within the scope of comparative linguistics that studies genetically related languages in diachrony (comparative-historical linguistics) and synchrony. For the purpose of the terminological nomination of the second discipline the term “comparative-synchronic linguistics” has been proposed
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):61-69
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The Role of the Literary Avant-Garde in the Formation of the Concept of Social Realism
Papadopoulou I.
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The article reveals the relation between aesthetics and politics in the new Soviet State by analyzing the influence of the literary Russian avant-garde in the formation of the main concepts of social realism, as the dominant literary method in the totalitarian State.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):70-78
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Translation: Frame as a Unit of Thought and a Unit of Communication
Gusarov D.A., Gusarova N.S., Semenov A.L.
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The peculiarity of this article is the new realizing of a unit of translation concept in the field of translating and interpreting activity. There is an attempt to answer the question: what is to be considered as a unit of translation in general and in the linguistic reason in particular? We introduce our views on the balance between a unit of a thought and a unit of translation when we use the technology of the stereotype interaction. For a translator a unit of a thought as a portion of realized information might be a unit for translation. So, we conclude: a frame of knowledge might be a unit of a thought and a unit of translation simultaneously and consequently.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):79-86
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Semiotics of Comic in Spanish Anecdote
Tarasenkova Y.V.
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Proceeding from modern Spanish anecdote “chiste” the article treats semiotic means to create comic effect which are revealed in the changes of one of the aspects of a linguistic sign: semantics, syntactics or pragmatics.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):87-95
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Lingua-Cultural Aspect of Afghani Anthroponyms
Veretennikov A.A.
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The article is dedicated to the structure and semantics of the dari speaking Afghani` names, surnames and other components of their anthroponymic formula from the cultural point of view.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):96-103
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Eponyms in the Christian Orthodox Terminology
Kakzanova E.M.
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The article is dealing with such an aspect of religious discourse as the Cristian Orthodox terminology. It treats eponyms, derived from personal names (anthroponyms), which make up an integral part of confessional terminology. The research was carried out on the case of Complete Dictionary of Church-Slavonic, published in 1993. The question or the precedent religious discourse is being concerned as well.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):104-109
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Historical and Cultural Realias within a Fictional Context (a case study of the novel “The City of Marvels” by E. Mendoza)
Lilikovich O.S.
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Author focuses on the problem of the interpretation of Spanish historical and cultural realias from a Russian-speaking reader’s point of view. The analysis shows that deep comprehension of the novel “The City of Marvels” by E. Mendoza depends on the proficient understanding of separate key words and notions which are culturally determined.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):110-116
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Towards the Problem of Derivation Modelling (a case study of prefixal verbs in Modern German)
Astvatsatryan M.G.
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The article recaps the attempts to describe some word-formation elements, the verbal prefixes and semi-prefixes both of them of frequent use in languages, especially in modern German. From this perspective, the verbal prefixes in German, separable and inseparable, derived from noun and verbal stems are retaining much of the original meaning of the initial form. The relevance in the observation of semi-prefixes is revealed in their dual nature, i. e. their similarities with prefixes and the features they share with the respective adverbs and prepositions (from synchronic point of view).
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):117-123
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Neoclassical Elements of Greek Origin in Word-Formation Noun Models in the Russian Language
Ouroumidou V.
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This article examines the status of elements of Greek origin in the modern Russian language. It provides analysis of the functioning of neo-classical formatives and a means of word formation process. Neo-classical word formation is defined as a subsystem of the word formation processes in Russian language.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):124-129
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Colour Terms as Culture Codes. Colour Terms Corpora in Russian, English and French
Novikov F.N.
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The article treats the problem of lexical corpus analysis of colour terms in Russian, English and French in connection with the topic of cultural codes. The multidimensional nature of colour terms as elements of the lexical system is demonstrated with the fact that they represent special microsystems which are valuable to studies of intrasystem connections in the lexical sphere of the language, as well as studies of culture and history.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):130-138
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Lexico-semantic Field of American Youth Slang
Tambovtseva K.D.
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The article is devoted to the description of lexico-semantic fields of the youth American slang, which were identified on the basis of analyzing screen-scripts of modern American film for the young. Methods of research: critical analysis of the topic literature, search for slangizms, in the screen-scripts, classification of slangizms into corresponding lexico-semantic fields, groups, thematic groups, cognitive classes, as well as considering their semantics and lexicographic features.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):139-147
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Lexical and Semantic Group of Verbs Denoting Scents in the Corresponding Lexical and Semantic Field (as presented at the Dictionary of Russian Folk Dialects)
Rusenko T.I.
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The article is devoted to the evaluation of verbs contained in the Dictionary of Russian Folk Dialects and referring to scents. The aim of the research is to distinguish the lexical-semantic group of the verbs that refer to scents as well as to define their place in the relevant lexical-semantic field.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):148-158
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On the National and Cultural Specific Character and Contrastive Lexicography
Tsedendorjiin Enkhtuya -.
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The article considers problems of dictionary composing, and specific character of translation linguistic and cultural units and their differential semantic.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):159-167
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The Influence of the Communicative Pragmatic Context on the Selection of Morphological Categories of Tense and Aspect of Comissive Predicates in Russian, English and German
Bobrova E.D.
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The article compares the influence of the communicative pragmatic context on the selection of morphological categories of tense and aspect of performative predicates in the realization of comissive speech acts in Russian, English and German. The focus is on the contradictory character of the interacting inclusive momentary present tense and a whole completed speech act ending with the locutionary act.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):168-174
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Indirect Request in Modern Russian Speech
Dehghan Khalili Mozhde -.
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The article discusses indirect ways of expressing requests: implicitly, i.e. implicitly expressed, and indirect request in the structure of the utterance.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):175-183
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Features of Reality Modelling in the Authority’s Speech: Question-Answer Asymmetry
Guimpelman Y.V.
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The article strives to prove a special function of the asymmetry in course of modelling the reality in the authority’s speech. The author demonstrates that constantly restored question-answer content dissonance does not just prevent but contributes to the formation of the positive image of authorities in the mass recipient consciousness.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):184-195
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London and Moscow Models of the Election Campaigns for the Post of Mayor: Main Semantic Oppositions
Tuzova E.I.
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The author of the article reconstructs the system of values of the candidates for the post of mayor and their voters through analyzing London and Moscow models of the election campaigns.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):196-207
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Review «Philology and Modernity». Collection of scientific papers. Uzbek State University of world languages. Tashkent׃ «MERIYUS». 2013. Vol. 4. 200 p
Sinyachkin V.P., Velishaeva J.S.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):208-211
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The Slavery Relationship between Friday and Robinson Crusoe after Robinson Crusoe by D. Defoe: An Essay
Shaban Abdul Jabbar -.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):212-216
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V All-Russian Scientific-Practical Conference «Problems of Modern Linguistics and Methodology of Foreign Languages Teaching». Кolomna, 12 March, 2014 217
Mikheeva E.S.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):217-222
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Poetic pages
Sergeev A.Y.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):223-224
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2014;(3):225-227
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