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Publications of Suvorova Nadezhda Nikolaevna
Pedagogy and education, 2020-3
Suvorova N.N., Novikova T.A. - pp. 88-96


Philology: scientific researches, 2019-1
Suvorova N.N., Drofa S.Y. - What Causes Modern Youth to Use Slang as a Non-Literary Variant of the Russian Language pp. 216-222


Abstract: This article is devoted to the vocabulary used by modern youth. The authors of the article analyze the conceptual and linguistic contents of slang and try to define what causes the young generation to use it by comparing the vocabulary of senior school students and first-year university students. The variety of the material collected during the research allows to define the reasons why young people prefer to use slang intead of literary language. One of the reasons usually discussed is the low level of speech culture. The research material has been collected through the survey and questionnaires. The conclusion is that slang is actually a bright expressive means that enable young people not only to express their thoughts but also share their emotions. Noteworthy that when young people were used to explain the meaning of slang words, they used synonyms and word combinations that can be defined as diverse and expressive variants of standard Russian. The language material presented in the article can ba used as examples to study the speech of modern young people in terms of the Russian language and speech culture as well as active vocabulary of modern Russian. 
Philology: scientific researches, 2017-1
Suvorova N.N. - Phonetic, Syntactic and Lexical Expressive Means Based on Linguistic Creativity in Modern Advertising pp. 50-57


Abstract: The subject of the research is the linguistic means that create verbal creativity in modern advertising. The object of the research is slogans and headers of advertising texts which are based on phonetic, syntactic, lexical and figurative means of the Russian language for attracting and retaining the attention of potential consumers. Advertising material collected from print and outdoor advertising of the city of Omsk clearly illustrates the possibilities of the Russian language in terms of creating art. Special attention is paid to the linguistic techniques that are aimed at achieving advertising goals. The main method used by the author was the collection of material and analysis of linguistic means of the Russian language. The theoretical basis is the work of renowned linguists (Rosenthal, Peshkovskoye, Valginae) and researchers in the field of advertising language (Bernadskiy, Blinkyou-Miller). The novelty of this study is caused by the fact that the author reviews advertising materials from the point of view of linguistic creativity. A variety of verbal expression techniques and strengthening of expressiveness typical for phonetic phenomena, trails, expressive syntax is shown in the selection of more capacious in the lexical, phonetic and syntactic relation to the words and phrases create vivid verbal images of advertising, the originality and memorability of slogans and headers of advertising texts. For the first time in the academic literature the Omsk advertising is used as the material for linguistic research.
Litera, 2017-1
Suvorova N.N. - The Phraseology of the Russian Language Throughout History and at Present pp. 129-134


Abstract: The present article devoted to the phraseology of the Russian language deals with the use of phraseology in broad and narrow terms of history and modern times. The subject of the research is the phraseological units of the Russian language. The object of the research is the idioms used in modern verbal advertising. The author of the article has carried out the analysis of the composition of the enrichingidiomatic Russian language from antiquity to modern processes taking place in the language. Particular attention is paid to the typology of phraseological units and their use in the modern Russian language, particularly in the language of advertising. When writing this article the author has used researhces on phraseology by such well-known linguists as I. Sreznevsky, F. Fortunatov, N. Shan, and V. Vinogradov. As examples, the author describes modern advertising slogans created on the basis of phraseology. The author also offers her own classification of advertising slogans on the semantic and structural features of the use of one or another part of speech and syntactic function performed by them. Suvorova also defines several groups of phraseology used as the basis of an advertising slogan and describes positive and negative cases of the use of phraseology in advertisements. The theoretical material is illustrated by vivid examples.
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