List of publications on a keyword: «political discourse»

Филология и лингвистика

Publication date: 18.04.2016
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Tarabukina Saiana Mikhailovna , студентка
Institute of Foreign Philology and Regional Studies of FSAEI of HPE "M.K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University" , Саха /Якутия/ Респ
Ivanova Aleksandra Vladimirovna , старший преподаватель
FSAEI of HE "M.K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University" , Саха /Якутия/ Респ

«Дискурсивные стратегии в политических карикатурах»

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In this article identifies discursive strategies in political caricatures in Chinese and English languages on corruption in China.


Publication date: 07.09.2016
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Vorojko Kristina Dmitrievna , senior lecturer
FSFEI of HE "Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation" , Москва г

«Phraseological units in the military-political discourse»

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Phraseology enjoys a wide representation in today’s texts of the military-political discourse. Phraseological units are indispensable of metaphoricity that imparts a special expression and unique peculiarity to journalistic genre. This study is intended for students specialized in philology and a broad audience.

Publication date: 10.03.2017
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Zykova Elena Igorevna , candidate of philological sciences , доцент
FSBEI of HE "Saint-Petersburg State University" , Санкт-Петербург г

«Role of Internet slogans in the political discourse of modern Runet»

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This article analyzes the functioning of the Internet in the modern Runet slogans, as well as the definition of their role in the political discourse of language as an effective means of manipulating public consciousness. The analysis shows that in Runet among numerous idiomatic means of expression were specific slogan to the online space, which carry socially significant meaning. These Internet slogans are insulated public opinion, civic position that undoubtedly debarking of the most powerful means of social influence and social manipulation.