Issue: Issue №4 2020

V.M. Savitsky. AXIOLOGICAL AMBIVALENCE OF CONCEPTS

Value, ethos, conceptual cluster, standard concept, stereotyped concept.   The author analyses the phenomenon of linguocultural concepts’ axiological variability, demonstrates the dependence of the concepts’ axiological content on the social group factor, i.e. on the estimator being a member of this or that social class or group. The author poses the question whether axiologically ambivalent […]

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M.Vas. Pimenova. AESTHETIC EVALUATION IN OLD RUSSIAN LITERARY MONUMENTS

Axiology, aesthetic evaluation, diachrony, literary monuments. The article is devoted to the diachronic approach to the study of axiology. It is said about the ancient syncretism of evaluation and its gradual splitting due to the emergence of value differences between internal and external. The article considers the language expression of aesthetic evaluation in the original […]

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M.S. Milovanova. CALMNESS/INDIFFERENCE, OR NUANCES OF EVALUATIVE INTERPRETATIONS

Assessment, values, semantics of indifference, texts of fiction, value of semantics.   The article presents the semantics of indifference in direct connection with the concepts of assessment and values. The focus is, firstly, on the subject of assessment – a person who considers it necessary to attest to his indifference to the object: indifference is […]

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G.G. Slyshkin. AXIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF DISCOURSE AND REINTEGRATION OF THE SUBJECT AREA OF PHILOLOGY (EXEMPLIFIED BY THE CONCEPT RADIATION)

Philology, discourse, axiology, linguoculture, conceptualization, narrative formula, radiation.   Intra- and extra-scientific reasons for the reintegration of philology branches are considered. The role of axiological discourse in this process is determined. Complex modeling of the concept Radiation is carried out by means of identifying semantic relationships between traditional language units and narrative formulas. DOI: 10.37632/PI.2020.281.4.004

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S.V. Ionova, Zhang Kankan. LIFE AND HEALTH IN THE DISCOURSES OF THE PANDEMIC PERIOD

Value, life, health, concept, official discourse, Russian media, Chinese media.   The article considers the concept spheres life and health as expressions of basic human values in the discourses of the pandemic period. Russian and Chinese media material representing the official attitude of the state to basic values during this period is used in the […]

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V.I. Karasik. RESPONSIBILITY AS A LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL VALUE

Linguistic and cultural value, concept, notion, image, responsibility.   The paper deals with linguistic and cultural features of ethical category «responsibility» as reflected in Russian linguistic consciousness. This concept is analyzed in notional, perceptive, situational and evaluative aspects. It is specified in philosophic and legal discourse as negative and positive responsibility. As a regulative mental […]

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S.G. Vorkachevy. COMMON EVIL: AXIOLOGY OF POSHLOST’ ON THE LEXICOGRAPHICAL DATA

«Poshlost’», banality, vulgarity, triviality, assessment.   A study of the semantic composition of the poshlost’ category in Russian lexicography shows that the name poshlost’ is a semantic binominal, in the semantics composition of which two types of assessment are syncretically conjoined: aesthetic and ethical, ugliness and immorality. Modern notion of poshlost’ is the result of […]

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A.V. Olyanich. FOOD AS A RUSSIAN NATIONAL TREASURE: SEMIOLINGUISTIC REFLECTION OF GASTRONOMIC VALUES

Gastronomy, gluttonym, sign, semiotics, value, existonym.   The paper is devoted to the primary presentation of the Russian gastronomic values’ system as an identifier and self-identifier of an ethnic group semio-linguistically, i.e. through a cluster of signs related to national food, such as gluttonyms, qualifiers, processives, permissives, limitators, locatives, descriptives and decoratives. It has been […]

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B.I. Fominykh, M.B. Yasinskaya. PREFIXAL REPETITION AS THE POTENTIAL OF THE AXIOSPHERE OF A LITERARY TEXT

Prefixes, their types and semantic potential, axiosphere of a literary text, contextual and prefixed compatibility with the motivating verb, author’s evaluative attitude to the statement.   The article proposes consideration of the functioning prefixes frequency in prose and poetic texts based on the axiological approach. The focus is captured on the prefix repetition on case […]

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M.R. Zheltukhina. AXIOLOGICAL MEDIA BROADCASTING: SOCIETY – CULTURE – POLITICS

Axiology, values/evaluation, media discourse, media broadcasting, society/culture/politics.   The article is devoted to the consideration of the problem of axiological media translation. The relationship of values in the social, cultural and political context is revealed. The main values are revealed, broadcast through mass media: 1) social group and inter-ethnic relations, 2) relationship of personality and […]

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A.S. Mаmontov, V.V. Boguslavskaya, E.A. Budnik, A.G. Chafonova. THE WORD AS A UNIT OF COMMUNICATION AND GENERALIZATION IN THE ASPECT OF NATIONALLY ORIENTED EDUCATIONAL LEXICOGRAPHY

Lexicography, nationally-oriented education, speech activity, contrastive semantics.   The task of creating the concept of a nationally oriented linguistic and regional vocabulary for Vietnamese citizens studying Russian as a foreign language, the authors of this article are forced to turn to a number of theoretical issues, without which it is impossible to identify a vector […]

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V.D. Yanchenko. RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN THE WRITINGS OF PROFESSORS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF METHODS OF TEACHING THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE OF MOSCOW STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY

History, origins, tradition, scientific schools, trends, development strategy, anniversary, results and development prospects.   The article considers the contribution of the teaching staff in the field of methodology, which proved the continuity in the development of the department’s methodology and reliance on the heritage of predecessors in the field of RFL’s. DOI: 10.37632/PI.2020.281.4.012

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E.G. Kolovska, V.A. Stepanenko. THE NEW CONCEPT OF TEXTBOOK OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND THE WAYS OF ITS IMPLEMENTATION

Russian as a foreign language, methods of teaching, modern textbook, educational communication, natural communication.   The article is devoted to the problem of developing a new concept of presentation of educational material in a modern textbook on Russian as a foreign language. Changes in the communicative needs of students along with other reasons of both […]

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T.V. Orlova. A LEVEL IN RUSSIAN IN THE UK: NEW CHALLENGES FOR RUSSIAN LANGUAGE TEACHERS

A level, Russian as a foreign language, teaching The Russian language in the UK, A level in the Russian language, transferrable skills. The paper is focused on specific details of the UK Advance Level qualification exam in Russian as a foreign language. The following aspects are discussed: the main phases and content of the examination, […]

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O.M. Vada. AN OVERVIEW OF RFL LESSONS IN JAPAN

Teaching of Russian as a foreign language, personal experience, reasons of studying Russian as a foreign language, the influence of national character on the lessons of RFL in Japan.   This article describes the reasons of studying Russian as a second foreign language by Japanese students, national character which should be taken into consideration by […]

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Zh.A. Dunkovich, S.M. Rukavishnikova, S.I. Fateyeva. LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL BENEFITS OF FEATURE FILM IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Feature film, intercultural communication, linguistic and cultural potential.   The article describes the system of working with authentic films during the process of teaching Russian as a foreign language. The stages of working with the film are singled out, the goals of each stage are described. The system of tasks for work with the film […]

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L.N. Panko. THE ARCHITECTS OF MARBURG INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE SPACE

Russian studies, Intercultural communication, communicative functions, city communicative space, architects   The article is devoted to the 80th anniversary of Barbara Karhoff, professor of Russian studies. The practical activities of the Russists B. Karhoff and V. Lykkel, aimed at forming the environment of the intercultural space of Marburg, are described. Some principles of cross-cultural communication […]

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