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GISAP : Philological Sciences
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ISSN (Print) 2053-1532 - ISSN (Online) 2053-1540
Published by International Academy of Science and Higher Education Homepage  [9 journals]
  • THE CONCEPT OF FRIENDSHIP AS AN IMPRINT OF EMOTIONAL SPHERE IN THE ENGLISH
           LINGUISTIC CULTURE

    • Authors: Olena Nazarenko, Mariya Vetoshkina, Aliona Gavrylenko
      Abstract: The paper is related to the research on the semantic structure and structural elements of the concept of FRIENDSHIP in the English linguistic culture. The authors analyse the modern fairy-tale discourse in terms of representation and division of the concept of FRIENDSHIP. Semantic field of the FRIENDSHIP concept and all its structural elements can be unified into three main groups: actions, feelings, relations. This proves that the concept of FRIENDSHIP is an ideological concept based on associations, emotions, estimations and national connotations.
      PubDate: 2017-07-12
      DOI: 10.18007/gisap:ps.v0i14.1671
       
  • SYSTEMATICS OF COMMUNICATIVE INFLUENCE IN THE ASPECT OF NEURO-LINGUISTIC
           PROGRAMMING

    • Authors: Anastasia Kovalevskaya
      Abstract: The paper is related to the methodological foundations of examination of communicative influence in the neuro-linguistic programming. The author describes the current criteria for identification of the verbal and non-verbal influential elements, focusing on the scientific relevance and practical possibilities of this discipline.
      PubDate: 2017-07-12
      DOI: 10.18007/gisap:ps.v0i14.1672
       
  • REPRESENTATIONAL MARKING AS THE FACTOR OF COMMUNICATIVE INFLUENCE
           OPTIMISATION

    • Authors: Anastasia Kovalevskaya
      Abstract: The author defines the predicates as neuro-linguistic markers of the national mental features, and proves the kinaesthetic perception priority of the Ukrainian nation. The analysis was carried out in the network of neuro-linguistic programming, as the newest sphere of humanities.
      PubDate: 2017-07-12
      DOI: 10.18007/gisap:ps.v0i14.1673
       
  • PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATION OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS MEANING THE
           ENVIRONMENTAL REALITIES

    • Authors: Iuliia Sidorenko
      Abstract: The author considers the role of phraseological units in the language picture of the world, as well as peculiarities of translation of phraseological units denoting the environmental realities.
      PubDate: 2017-07-12
      DOI: 10.18007/gisap:ps.v0i14.1674
       
  • NATURE OF THE LINGUOCREATIVE FUNCTION

    • Authors: Iryna Kobyakova, Aleksey Kobyakov
      Abstract: Among language functions a special role is played by the linguocreative function, which is brought to life by the corresponding linguocreative thinking and realised through generation of innovative speech and thoughts. Selection of implementators of the linguocreative function is determined by the work of language, text and communication factors. Linguocreative function deals with revaluation of former social and linguistic experience, registered explicitly and implicitly. Linguocreative function verbalizers are of dual nature, they are traditional and nonce units. Linguistic units, limited and specific in their number are omnipotent in the power to verbalize the experience of people.
      PubDate: 2017-07-12
      DOI: 10.18007/gisap:ps.v0i14.1675
       
 
 
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