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Contemporary Trends in Spanish Language and Social Changes in the Spanish-habitat Society
Tejerina G.
Modeling of a Generalized Speech Portrait of a Blogger (as Exemplified in the German Military Blogosphere)
Shliakhovoi D.A.
THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL FACTORS ON VERBAL BEHAVIOR OF PUBLIC OFFICIALS
Panova M.N.
Forms of address as a mean of expressing social conflict in the Mikhail Bulgakov’s “Heart of a Dog”
Di Z.
CATEGORIZATION OF LANGUAGE NOMINATIONS IN THE SOCIOLINGUISTIC SPACE OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Moskvitcheva S.A., Li Xue -.
“Language of innovation” everyday vocabulary: representation of the modernization potential of Russian cities
Volkova N.A.
To the epistemological foundation of the theory of meaning
Bochkarev A.E.
Modern Metacommunicative Technologies (the case of linguocultural study)
Gusakovsky A.V.
The Role of the Literary Avant-Garde in the Formation of the Concept of Social Realism
Papadopoulou I.
The formation and specific features of Swahili socio-political newspaper vocabulary
Semenkova L.A.
The author's intention role in the speech manipulation (a study of publicistic texts)
Bubnova N.A.
The Translation of Socially Variable Lexis (on the basis of the novel ‘Black Swan Green’ by D. Mitchell)
Fomenko T.A.
The backgound of formal and informal addressing in English and Turkish
Hosten G.
Varieties of wedding (festivities and celebrations) in the Kazakh and Russian cultures
Dzhusupov M.
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