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Pyrkov I.V. - Rhythmic Aspect of the Farewell Motif in Ivan Goncharov's Oblomov and Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard: Experience of a New Interpretation pp. 20-35


Abstract: The article is devoted to the farewell motif that plays a rhythm-making role in Ivan Goncharov's novel Oblomov and Anton Chekhov's play The Cherry Orchard. The fact that there are similar methods of rhythmic organisation of narration in Ivan Goncharov's and Anton Chekhov's creative writing allow to make analytical parallels between these two masterpieces of different literary genres. The subject under analysis is a ninefold retranslation of the signalling word 'farewell' in the novel Oblomov, artistic meaning of that rhythmic repetition and comparison it to the structure of motifs in The Cherry Orchard. The main method used by the author of the article is the method of the motif analysis combined with the rhythmic interpretation of literary text. For the first time in the studies of Goncharov and Chekhov nine variants of farewell as they are given in the novel Oblomov are compared to nine variants of farewell in Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard. This compaison opens a new page in a creative dialogue between these two classical authors of Russian literature and allows to 'hear' new 'overtones' of these authors' message and intonation.
Deminova M.A. - Verbalization Intertextuality in Journalistic Discourse pp. 24-31


Abstract: The article deals with the question of how the verbalization of intertextuality in journalistic discourse on electronic media material In modern Russian philology observed flash of interest in the study of intertextual relations. This is no accident. Scientific interest is due to public requests. Language responds to changes in the discursive behavior of society. Modern discourse is filled with fragments of other people's texts of different degrees of severity. There is a compilation of texts and understanding different cultures, nostalgic experience of the texts of the previous era. The article presents a linguistic analysis of the ways of expressing precedent phenomena in journalistic materials Russian publication The paper identified ways of verbalization of intertextuality in journalistic discourse. The publication materials are widely used as an objective expert opinion for the consideration of the topic, and intertextual signs for evaluation and imaging. Most of the citations related to the verbal level, as they contain an indication of the source citation. Cognitive-verbal level also mastered editions of journalists. Most used precedent phenomena is canonized, that is used sources that specifically studied the man. They used all kinds of precedent phenomena: texts, statements, situation names. However, they are rarely analytic transformation, mainly semantic. Sometimes the transformation is not happening at all, then there is only one layer of meaning.
Zaitsev A.V. - Lingvopolitical Studies VS Political Linguistics: Is There a Dialogue? pp. 25-81
Abstract: The article tells about the differences that exist between lingvopolitical and political-linguistic approaches to political communication and political dialogue. Political linguistics view political communication as a struggle for power, influence and mind control and actually exclude interaction between the government and society. This approach is opposed to the lingvopolitical point of view according to which modern political communication is based not on the subject-object relation but on the subject - subject interaction, i.e. the dialogue between the goverment and civil society.
Gereikhanova K.F., Afanaseva O.V. - To the problem of intertextuality of Fandorin corpus by B. Akunin Planet Water and Froth on the Daydream by Boris Vian pp. 25-32


Abstract: This article is dedicated to the questions of intertextual dialogue in modern Russian literature on the example of allusions to the novel “Froth on the Daydream” by Boris Vian in the novel “Planet Water” by B. Akunin. The object of this research is the game with audience used by B. Akunin, which allows broadening the context of perception of the novel through intertextual links. The subject of this research is the forms and ways of manifestation of intertextual dialogue of the two works – “Planet Water” and “Froth on the Daydream”, as well as their interaction through the literary works of antiquity and Japanese legends. The authors examine the references to B. Vian’s novel, describing their role in text of the narrative. The article employs comparative, contextual,l and hermeneutical analysis. The interaction of the corpus of texts about Fandorin with the works of Russian, English and Japanese literature is subject to detailed analysis. The texts of B. Akunin about Erast Fandorin abound with various references to the Russian and foreign literary works. The scientific novelty is define by the fact that this article is first to draw parallels with the French literature. The article determines and substabtiates intertextual links of “Planet Water” with “Froth on the Daydream”, which manifest through the key images and onomastic system of the novel. These links should attributed to hidden, encrypted intertext, cryptotext; in order to grasp such text, the reader must be familiar with the primary source. The presence of intertextual dialogue broadens the context of perception of the detective story and associate it with the genre of dystopia and parody.
Bondareva E.P., Podgornaya E.A., Chistyakova G.V. - Self-Presentation Online: the Gender Aspect pp. 26-34


Abstract: The aim of the research is gender analysis of communication strategies and tactics by which the Internet users of online dating sites create free-text (without multiple choice option) self-presentations. The data for the study are the profiles made up by Russian and English-speaking men and women aged 18 to 60. The data are analyzed by means of three methods: descriptive, comparative and quantitative. The analysis results show five universal speech strategies: Self-characterization, Addressee’s characterization, Purpose of searching, Representing an ideal situation, Orientation to communication, which are verbalized in self-presentations of both Russian- and English-speaking men and women in online dating sites. Each speech strategy has a certain set of communication and speech tactics that are described from gender position. Furthermore, the authors point out two commonly used speech strategies: Self-characterization and Addressee’s characterization. The researchers conclude that there are no fundamental gender differences in choosing men’s or women’s specific speech strategies. The gender preferences reveal in the choice of tactics, communication and speech.
Kolobova K.S. - Literary Text as an Interdiscourse (the Case Study of Günter Grass' Novel 'My Century') pp. 31-38


Abstract: The subject of the present research is the analysis of one of the aspects of a structural and figurative organisation of a literary text, in particular, integration of literary text elements of different functional styles. In the given figurative literary text inclusion of functional academic prose and business communication performs certain functions as a part of the writer's narrative strategy. These functions are performed in the aforesaid literary text in different volumes and through different means. In terms of the interdiscourse theory, analysis and description of the structure of compositional and language forms of intertextual interaction in a literary text correspond to modern views on the nature and essense of the artistic communication process that implies intergration of different functional styles as the factor of developing traditional genres and appearance of new narrative genres in general and new literary genres in particular. The linguistic research is performed on the basis of the method of contextual interpretative analysis as well as the descriptive method that combines observation, comparison and theoretical generalization of the results of analyzing the language material. The results of the research demonstrate that the interdiscourse strategy is used in Gunter Grass' novel as a result of his using elements of different discourse in a literary text, in particular, the writer used elements of historical, military, political and scientific discourses. Combination of these different elements creates an illusion of factual narration. 
Alefirenko N.F. - The 'Language' and 'Text' of Culture pp. 50-58


Abstract: The author differentiates between the concepts "communication" and "communication". Communication is least of all only process of exchange of information. It is about subject - a subject vzvaimodeystviye when agents of communication enter responsible and substantial dialogue. Any communicative act assumes existence of feedback, intelligent reaction to the message. From the point of view of the diskursivny theory, communication and communication represent two levels of communicative processes in culture which component is the kognition – intellectual and emotional development of the world. The discourse is one of "the possible worlds" of polysyllabic structure. The author addresses various aspects of the linguistic theory. He uses also hermeneutical equipment which allows to get into sense depths. Novelty of approach consists in cultivation of similar linguistic concepts and identification of deep sense of communication. The substantial party of communicative process is made by interpretation of deep and invisible associative and semantic communications between signs of primary oznachivaniye. In article diskursivno-thought processes of ethnocultural character have special value.Article has been published in the Collection of reports of the I International scientific conference of the Russian new university "the Text: perception, information, interpretation" (Moscow, May 27-28, 2002).
Kolobova K.S. - Advertising Texts in Alfred Doblin's Novel 'Berlin Alexanderplatz' pp. 56-64


Abstract: The subject of the present research is the advertising discourse texts that can be found in the novel of a German writer Alfred Doblin 'Berlin Alexanderplatz'. The author of the article gives a definition of advertising text and defines particular features of a text of this type. Keeping these features in mind, the author also analyzes texts of unartistic communication found in the novel and whether they have the features of an advertising discourse or not. The author pays special attention to the ways of inclusion of textual fragments into the narrative structure of the novel as well as functions performed by advertising inserts in a literary work. The methodological basis of the research consists of the method of contextual-interpretative analysis as well as the description method that combines a set of methods such as observation, comparison and theoretical summary of the language material analysis results. The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author defines a corpus of advertising texts in the structure of a literary text and describes functions of 'other style' inserts and ways of their integration into a text. Texts analyzed in the research have been either ignored by researchers in relation to the aspects discussed in this article or left at the periphery. The main conclusion of this research is the extension of the framework and basis of understanding literary communication based on the analysis of German prose. 
Sergodeev I.V. - Intercontextuality of units in poetic text as a means of actualization of dynamics of their semantic complex (on the material of the Emily Dickinson poem I died for beauty but was scares) pp. 105-112


Abstract: This article examines the intercontextual type of intertextual interaction as a reverse, counterposing to intertextual type of interaction form of context-semantic exchange of units of poetic text, leading to poly-interpretativeness of the work in question. The author delineates and defines the concepts of Intertextuality and Intercontextuality, denotes their key functions, isolates their functional units. The object of this research is the poetic text. The subject is the functional units. The aim of this work is to research the context-semantic exchange of units of the poetic text, leading to dynamics of their semantic complex or poly-interpretativeness. The scientific novelty of this research consists in the discussion, outlining and comparison of the basic features of intertextual and intercontextual types of intertextual interaction. The results of the conducted research demonstrate that with semiotic interaction of units of the poetic text, we can observe not only the exchange of their meanings, but also contexts that form these meanings. Intercontextual interaction of the units of this poetic text with identical units of poetic texts of William Shakespeare and John Kits gives a new, not defined directly in the “I died for beauty…” poem theme of love, which opens additional versions of reading of this work. The results acquired in the course of this research impart contribution into the theory of intertextuality and interpretation of text.  
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