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Vol 10, No 4 (2019): Linguistic Semantics and Semiotics. Literary Text Studies TV Live Reporting: a Pilot Study in Contrastive Genre Analysis
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(Eng)
El-Zawawy A.M.
Vol 8, No 4 (2017) GENRE FEATURES OF BLOGS AS ELECTRONIC MEANS OF MASS COMMUNICATION
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(Rus)
Shlyakhovoy D.A.
Vol 8, No 4 (2017) LEXICO-SEMANTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL CATEGORY “LOVE” WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE SPACE-TIME CONTINUUM IN THE POETIC AND EPISTOLARY HERITAGE OF A.K. TOLSTOY
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(Rus)
Burdina E.A.
Vol 8, No 2 (2017) Thesaurus of Fairy-Tale Genre (the Study of A.S. Pushkin’s “The Tale of The Fisherman and the Golden Fish” and its Translations into English and Armenian)
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(Rus)
Semenova S.N.
No 3 (2013) Evaluative Utterances in the of Pedagogical Discourse
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(Rus)
Gabidullina A.R.
No 2 (2016) Compositional-Topical Modules of Content of Scientific-Popular Genre, Characterizing Subject Area “GEOGRAPHY” (on the material of “National Geographic”)
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(Rus)
Semenova S.N.
No 2 (2016) Communicative Behaviour of a Person in Situations of Flirtation (gender and semiotic aspects)
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(Rus)
Kartashkova F.I., Knyazeva A.A.
No 1 (2014) Transfer from the Genre of a Story to a Genre of a Novel in the Literary Works by Ch. Aitmatov
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(Rus)
Arstanbekova Z.A.
No 4 (2016) Linguistic and paralinguistic aspect of internet discourse (on the example of french users)
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(Rus)
Bukina L.M.
No 3 (2016) Organizational and corporate medical net-discourse
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(Rus)
Akhnina K.V.
No 3 (2014) Indirect Request in Modern Russian Speech
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(Rus)
Dehghan Khalili Mozhde -.
No 2 (2014) Subject-thematic and genre aspects of linguistic definition of discourse
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(Rus)
Fedulova M.N.
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