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STRUCTURE OF COGNITIVE TYPE OF SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE ON MOUNTAIN ECOSYSTEMS
Semenova S.N.
Thematic Representation and Linguo-Cognitive Structure of the Businesswoman Image from the Perspective of Gender-Professional Axiology
Tameryan T.Y., Zyubina I.A., Dzhigkaeva A.V.
THE KAZAKH LANGUAGE HAS THE ASPECT CATEGORY IN ITS MATRIX
Kakzhanova F.A.
Cross-cultural interaction in polylingual space of the region
Tameryan T.Y.
Modelling of Ethnic Stereotypes in Ossetian Linguoculture
Tameryan T.Y.
What HAPPINESS is composed of
Terekhova T.M.
Topical Trends of Modern Linguistics with the Positions of the Systemic Approach. Some Thoughts on the Results of a Scientific Internship at RUDN University “General and Specialized Methodology of Philological Science”, 2019
Valentinova O.I., Denisenko V.N., Rybakov M.A.
THE REPRESENTATION OF THE FEMININE PRINCIPLES IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (According to the Media)
Kokova A.V., Tameryan T.Y.
Precedent textual components in social nets discoursive space
Preobrazhenskiy S.Y., Konovalova D.G.
Metaphor of Family in the English Political Discourse
Strelnikova O.F.
«Slovo Dostoyevskogo. 2014. Idiostyle and Worldview»: Book Presentation
Osokina E.A.
Tools of Creating Emotional Climate in Knowledge-Based Television Space
Gladko M.A.
COGNITIVE ASPECT OF ENGLISH-RUSSIAN METAPHOR TRANSLATION IN JULIAN BARNES’S TALKING IT OVER
Lunkova L.N., Pavlova M.S.
Primary Root and Cognitive-Comparative Method for Its Research
Karpenko U.A.
Results of the Analysis of Basic Values in Ordinary Language Consciousness of Russians
Samoylova S.P.
Metaphor in the Z. Freud's Works
Kakzanova E.M.
Hashtag as a Linguocognitive Unit of Spanish Political Discourse
Larionova M.V., Demkina A.V.
The Comparison of the Linguistic World-Image (the case of gender-marked cognitive metaphors with the names of animals as a component)
Gulik O.O.
Peculiarities of a language portrait
Shevchenko N.M.
Linguocognitive Specifics of the Disease Myth
Stepanova E.S.
The representation of Canada in political discourse
Ustinova O.V.
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.
The Correlation of the “Dialogicity” and “Intertextuality” Concepts
Orekhova D.V.
Cognitive-Pragmatic Interpretation of Linguistic Personality (on the example of market-economic terminology)
Semenova S.N., Aksyutenkova L.G.
COMPARATIVE COGNITIVE ANALYSIS OF LEXICAL GROUPS AND SEMANTIC FIELDS OF THE VERBS DENOTING THE NOTIONS “OPEN” AND “HIDE” IN ENGLISH, ARMENIAN AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Baghdasaryan V.F.
Lexico-semantic Field of American Youth Slang
Tambovtseva K.D.
Category of Cognition: Its Content, Functions and Language Expression
Shalamov V.D., Gladkaya T.G.
Artificial “Intelligence” and the Human Mind: Futuristic Synecdoche and Reality (Linguistic and Linguomental Aspects)
Volkov V.V.
Dynamics of the form for literary discourse and translation
Novikova M.G.
Translation: Frame as a Unit of Thought and a Unit of Communication
Gusarov D.A., Gusarova N.S., Semenov A.L.
On language, translation and comparative stylistics
Esakova E.V., Petrova G.G.
A Cognitive Linguistic Study of Comparative Set Phrases in Russian and Swedish
Alyoshin A.S., Zinovieva E.I.
Literary space axiology: Geopoetic aspect
Novikova M.L.
Parallelism as a Modelling Configuration of Event-and-Temporal Meanings of Prepositions (a study of French and Russian languages)
Chernyshev A.B.
The Perception of Complex Sentences in French and Japanese
Zolotukhin G.Y.
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