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STRONG, WEAK AND AVERAGE LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY IN COMMUNICATIVE-PRAGMATIC AND LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL ASPECTS
Kadilina O.A., Ryadchikova E.N.
Social and Speech Portrait of a Descendant of Russian Immigrants to the Chinese Three Rivers Region in the XX Century
Oglezneva E.A., Pustovalov O.V.
ROLE OF EXTRALINGUISTIC FACTORS IN THE FORMATION OF LANGUAGE PERSONALITY OF BILINGUAL CHILD
Kytina V.V.
National Language Linguistic Personality and Semiotics of Target Text
Drosdov Díez T.
National Identity and the Associative-Verbal Network: on a Hypothesis of Yu.N. Karaulov
Ufimtseva N.V., Balyasnikova O.V.
Alice from the Tales of L. Carroll as a Character and Linguistic Personality
Ryadchikova E.N., Kadilina O.A., Balian A.M.
Imperative Statements - one of the Forms of Representation of a Linguistic Personality
Vasileva A.A.
Russian linguopolitical personology: political leaders’ discourse
Chudinov A.P., Nakhimova E.A., Nikiforova M.V.
Modeling of a Generalized Speech Portrait of a Blogger (as Exemplified in the German Military Blogosphere)
Shliakhovoi D.A.
A LINGUISTIC COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE SPEECHES OF THE PRESIDENT OF RUSSIA VLADIMIR PUTIN AND THE 44-TH PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA DELIVERED THE HEADS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND THE UNITED STATES AT THE 70-TH MANAGING ASSEMBLY OF THE UN IN 2015
Chichina M.O.
THE CONTENT AND THE STRUCTURE OF THE NUCLEAR AND CIRCUMNUCLEAR ZONES OF LEXICAL-SEMANTIC FIELD “INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS” ON THE MATERIAL OF F. DOSTOEVSKY’S NOVEL “THE IDIOT”
Denisenko V.N., Romanova I.A.
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