Issue: Issue №3 2020

E.M. Afanasyeva. THE ROLE OF PUSHKIN STUDIES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF PHILOSOPHERS OF THE FIRST WAVE OF RUSSIAN EMIGRATION: A.V. KARTASHEV AND S.L. FRANC

Pushkin studies, A.S. Pushkin, Russian emigration, A.V. Kartashev, S.L. Frank.   Russian intellectuals, who did not accept the revolutionary changes, were forced to leave their Homeland, and the beginning of the first wave of emigration took place on the wave of unfinished disputes about Pushkin for the fate of Russian culture. These disputes became the […]

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T.K. Savchenko. CRIMEA AS SEEN BY RUSSIAN POETS OF THE SILVER AGE

Poetry of the Russian Silver age, first wave of Russian emigration.   The article explores the image of Crimea in Russian poetry of the Silver Age (Osip Mandelshtam, Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetaeva, Valery Bryusov). The activity of the Feodosia Literary and Artistic Circle receives special treatment. Kovcheg (The Ark), an «almanac of the poets» published […]

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Liu Wenfei. THE PRAGUE LOVE OF M. TSVETAEVA AND HER POEM OF THE END

Tsvetaeva, Poem of the End, Prague love, Rodzevich.   The paper is going to analyse M. Tsvetaeva’s Poem of the End, to explain the impulse of its writing as the result «the Prague love» of Tsvetaeva with K. Rodzevich, and the content, structure and style of the Poem are interpreted as the representative characters of […]

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V.V. Leonidov. PUSHKIN IN THE LIFE AND WORK OF NIKOLAI TUROVEROV

Pushkin, Turoverov, Cossacks, emigration, Paris, Lifar, exhibition.   The article is devoted to Pushkin’s motifs in the work of the Cossack poet of the Russian abroad Nikolai Nikolaevich Turoverov (1899–1972). The paper provides a review of poems and research articles by N. Turoverov, which mentions Pushkin and poets of the Pushkin era. Special attention is […]

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M.M. Polekhina. TAFFY’S CREATIVE WORK IN THE CONTEXT OF RUSSIAN CULTURE THE FIRST THIRD OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

  Taffy, literature of the Russian abroad, irony, tragicomic, self-worth of the individual. The article is dedicated to the work of Taffy as one of the most mysterious and phenomenal things of the twentieth century. The features of Taffy’s artistic style and the organic connection in the space of her artistic texts of the tragicomic, […]

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T.G. Petrova. RUSSIAN EMIGRATION ABOUT THE CLASSICAL HERITAGE: PECULIARITY OF A LOOK

Russian emigration; literature, classical heritage; literary criticism, A. Pushkin, I. Turgenev.   The article deals with the problem of a different attitude to the classical heritage between Soviet Russia and emigration. In Soviet Russia, the neglect of Russian classical literature was replaced by its adaptation to the tasks of the Soviet government, fragmentation, which led […]

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Doan Thuc Anh. COMPARATIVE IDIOMS DENOTING HUMAN BODY PARTS CONTAINING КАК IN RUSSIAN AND EQUIVALENT UNITS NHƯ IN VIETNAMESE

Human body parts, idioms, comparative, culture, equivalent units. In the Russian idiom system, comparative idioms are known as a widely used word class. Comparative idioms contain information about the surrouding world, history and national culture. The idioms consisting of the conjunction как are one of the largest idiom groups in the Russian idiom system. So […]

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Zhu Jiangning, L.G. Zolotykh, S.I. Elnikova. REPRESENTATION OF IMPLICIT MEANINGS IN THE SEMIOTIC PARADIGM OF CHINESE AND RUSSIAN TELEVISION ADVERTISING

TV advertising, concept, implicit, slogan, representation.   A comparative analysis of the representation of implicit meanings in advertising semasiology of languages of different structures such as Chinese and Russian, has allowed to identify the common concept in the language consciousness, or the concepts, projecting ethno-cultural specificity of language consciousness images that are familiar to native […]

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N.N. Shpilnaya, K.I. Brinev. PSEUDODISCOURSE IN THE FIELD OF EVERYDAY MEDIA COMMUNICATION: INSTITUTIONAL AND PERSONALITY ORIENTED TEXT-GENERATING CODES

Pseudo-discourse, everyday media communication, text-generating code, institutional code, personality oriented code. The article feeds in the course of research devoted to the study of everyday communication. The focus is on the pseudodiscourse that has developed in the sphere of everyday media communication. Pseudomedia discourse is explored on the basis of high school journalism. The paper […]

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Mila Djuricic, A.N. Matrusova. «POEHALI!» (LET’S GO!) TEXTBOOK IN RFL TEACHING IN SERBIAN AUDIENCE

The textbook «Poehali!» (Let’s go!), methods of teaching Russian as foreign language (RFL), nationaly oriented textbook, survey, cognate languages, interference, University of Belgrade, Serbia.   The article discusses the status of the Russian language – the subject of choice at the Faculty of Philology of the University of Belgrade. Authotrs analyse the results of the […]

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V.I. Stativka, A.M. Stativka. QUALIFYING WORK OF THE GRADUATE-PHILOLOGIST: HARMONISATION OF REQUIREMENTS, COMMON DEFICIENCIES AND HOW THEY LEAD

Graduate qualification work, structural parts of the thesis, summary, introduction, shortcomings and errors, the system of exercises for the formation of skills to create a scientific text.   The article substantiates the need to unify the requirements for graduate theses at the international level, analyzes the differences in the structure of works, describes the typical […]

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M.V. Halavanava. MOODLE LEARNING PLATFORM AS MOTIVATION TOOL IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Russian as a foreign language, motivation, Moodle, blended learning.   The article discusses the results of practical implementation of the modular object-oriented dynamic managing environment (Moodle) as an electronic learning platform in addition to teacher-centered teaching and for the purpose of maintaining motivation in learning Russian as a foreign language at the University of Padua. […]

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Z.L. Novozhenova, Aleksandra Klimkievitch. PROBLEM OF LEXICAL COMPETENCE DEVELOPING AMONG FOREIGN STUDENTS OF RUSSIAN PHILOLOGY: LINGUISTIC, SOCIAL, CULTURAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS

Russian as a foreign language, lexical competence, lexical minimum, language norm, usus, social request. The article notes that at the moment the task of forming the lexical competence of foreign students of philology is complicated by factors: this is the state of modern communicative speech situation in Russia, the ratio between the norm and Usus, […]

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Swetlana Rudolf, L.B. Volkova. SHORT FILM НЕ МОЙ IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Short film, speaking, writing, listening, sociocultural competence.   The proposed educational materials are aimed at enhancing students’ speech activity, developing communicative and sociocultural competence, which is especially important outside the language environment. The materials were tested when teaching the Russian language to students of the Institute of Slavic Studies and Caucasian Studies at the University […]

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A.B. Aleshina, E.D. Bulgarelli. PETROZAVODSK – CUNEO TELECONFERENCE: NEW FACETS OF ICT USE IN RCT TRAINING

Informative Communicative Techniques, teleconference, communicative exercises, distant cooperation. In the article, the authors share their experience in conducting teleconferences between the students, who study Russian language at Enjoy Russian in Petrozavodsk and Adriano Macagno high school in Cuneo. The goal of the teleconferences was to diversify communicative exercises the teachers use, and to increase students’ […]

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T.V. Demidovich. THE STUDY OF THE BATTLE OF STALINGRAD IN THE PRACTICE OF TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN VOLGOGRAD STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY

The Great Patriotic war, the battle of Stalingrad, Russian as a foreign language, authentic text, educational (inauthentic) text.   The article considers the linguistic-cultural potential of educational (inauthentic) and authentic texts about the Great Patriotic war and the battle of Stalingrad in the practice of teaching Russian as a foreign language at the Volgograd state […]

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L.V. Moskovkin. KULIBINA N.V. METHODS OF TEACHING READING LITERARY TEXTS.

M.: Flinta, 2018. – 304 p.   Russian as a foreign language, reading teaching methodology, literary text, N.V. Kulibina.   In this review the monograph of N.V. Kulibina Methods of teaching reading literary texts is analyzed. It considers the philological, psychological and psycholinguistic foundations of teaching reading literary texts, the methodological concept of N.V. Kulibina […]

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