Vol 21, No 4 (2015)

Articles
Derivational activity of the nest with the etymological root *sьrd- in the history of Russian language
Timoshina D.V.
Abstract

In the article the results of diachronic analysis of derivational nest with the etymological root *sьrd-, the most productive derivational means and methods of word-formation are presented, relations of word-formation synonymy and homonymy are established, as well as areas of change of derivational relations are identified.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):9-15
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SPECIFIC CHARACTER OF SYSTEMS ORGANIZATION OF VOCABULARY OF NATURE IN THE SAMARA DIALECTS
Bahzenova T.E.
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The article presents the results of complex study of the vocabulary of nature in the Russian national dialects of the Samara Region. The material for the study was lexical materials of dialectological expedition. In the Samara dialects the designation of objects of vegetable kingdoms comprises several micro groups with the advanced differentiation of dialectal denominations. The comparative analysis of lexical micro groups allowed to state that on the territory of the Samara Region properly lexical dialectal denominations turned out to be prevalent. Lexical and derivational dialectal modifications of all-Russian words are also numerous. In many cases flora vocabulary is presented by singleword and composite denominations with prevailing of singleword nominative units. Among dialectal lexemes a variety of names of objects of vegetable kingdom unmentioned earlier in regional dictionaries is singled out. In general as on any territory the character of representation of dialectal flora vocabulary in the Samara dialects is directly connected with natural climatic conditions.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):16-22
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METONYMIC CONCEPTUALIZATION OF LABOR ACTIVITY IN TERMS OF ITS INTENSITY (ON THE MATERIALS OF VERBAL VOCABULARY)
Usacheva O.A.
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The article deals with the system of verbs with metonymically arbitrary meaning of intensity of labor activity. Тhe material for the study was a selection of verbs from «Modern explanatory dictionary of the Russian language» by T.F. Efremova and «Large dictionary of colloquial Russian expressive speech» by V.V. Khimik; peculiarities of semantics of verbs were studied on the material of illustartions of dictionaries, data of National corpus of the Russian language, Internet communication. The article also considers the ways of formation of the seme of intensity in the structure of lexical meanings of verbs and analyses the peculiarities of their semantics.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):23-29
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REGISTERS, GENRES AND DISCIPLINES IN THE COMPOSITION OF SUBJECT DISCOURSE
Kravchuk N.V.
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The article focuses on the study of subject-field discourse as social and professional practice along the lines of cognitive/corpus-linguistics paradigm. It explores registers and genres within subject-fields as differentiated according to the communicative purposes, structure of scientific knowledge and language use. Trying to respond to social challenges of today, subject-discourse has developed a new multidisciplinary perspective as part of the “Language for Specific Purposes” (LSP) approach.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):30-37
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REGISTERS, GENRES AND DISCIPLINES IN THE COMPOSITION OF SUBJECT DISCOURSE
Gvishiani N.B.
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The article focuses on the study of subject-field discourse as social and professional practice along the lines of cognitive/corpus-linguistics paradigm. It explores registers and genres within subject-fields as differentiated according to the communicative purposes, structure of scientific knowledge and language use. Trying to respond to social challenges of today, subject-discourse has developed a new multidisciplinary perspective as part of the “Language for Specific Purposes” (LSP) approach.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):38-45
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LEXICOGRAPHY AND TRANSLATION: POLYSEMANTIC AND MULTI-EQUIVALENT TERMS
Anisimova A.G.
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The present article deals with the translation of English polysemantic terms. The author states that terminological dictionaries more times than not include not only terminological meanings but also general language ones. Sometimes, terminological dictionary-compilers trigger “false polysemy” by including into one entry homonymous terms from other branches of knowledge and as a result from other terminological systems. In order to optimize the translation process, it would be advisable to define the semantic fields of the terminology under consideration and, consequently, to include only specific terminological meanings found within the defined boundaries if one compiles a truly terminological dictionary.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):46-51
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DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF ON-LINE COURSES OF GERMAN
Goncharova M.A.
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The paper deals with discourse analysis of a fairly new phenomenon – on-line courses of German. It focuses on some general peculiarities of on-line courses of German and investigates several types of texts in this genre: greeting messages, push-up messages, feedbacks and others.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):52-57
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FORMATION OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF STUDENTS – FUTURE TRANSLATORS BASED ON THE SPECIAL TECHNICAL TRANSLATION COURSE USING THESAURUS APPROACH
Gorbunova O.Y.
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The article deals with the peculiarities of thesaurus methodology of formation of professional competence of students-linguists – future translators in the sphere of special technical communication in the field of car manufacturing. The teaching of students in the field of technical translation is based on methodological platform including special manual and teaching French-Russian automotive thesaurus.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):58-65
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Denomination of person in his relation to the opposite sex among lexical-semantic groups of nouns with the meaning of person
Kopylova E.O.
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The article considers the names of the person in his relation to the opposite sex as an independent lexical-semantic group, describes the known classification of semantic groups of nouns . The composition and multilevel structure of lexical-semantic group, which is organized by differential semes, is revealed in the article.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):66-72
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POEM-DIALOG OF M.Yu. LERMONTOV «BORODINO» AS AN ART AND SPEECH GENRE
Karpenko L.B.
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The article deals with the genre nature and speech organization of the poem written by M.Yu. Lermontov «Borodino». The interpretation of a special genre of this poem as a poem-dialog is proposed and its genre and speech peculiarities are revealed.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):73-78
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COMPREHENSIVE SEMANTICS OF TEMPORAL NOUNS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Kurapova E.S.
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The article discusses the semantic potential of nouns that refer to the periods of time. With the distribution of vectors of metonymical shifts the problem of treatment of complex («diffusal») meaning of temporal nouns, appeared as a result of shift is connected. Comprehensive semantics of temporal nouns appears as a result of syncretic perception of time in extra-linguistic reality.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):79-84
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SUBJECT MATTER OF FEATURE-ARTICLES IN BRITISH AND AMERICAN PRESS
Vlasova L.I.
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Texts of the «features» genre represent quite a large and different type of media material that is characterized by certain subject attachment. In the article subject preferences of feature-articles in British and American press are highlighted, that allows to give more complete idea on the specific features of the genre of feature-articles, and review the contents from the socio-cultural point of view.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):85-91
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MOTIVE OF FLIGHT IN THE SOUTHERN POEMS BY A.S. PUSHKIN (PROBLEM OF INTERACTION OF THE HERO WITH THE «CLOSED SPACE»)
Karpenko G.Y., Pologova I.D.
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The article discusses the implementation of the motive of flight in the southern poems by A.S. Pushkin, steady and variable structure of escape is revealed, it is proved that the uniqueness of each of the poems is not only in difference in the content of structural elements of escape, but in their combinations, which, on the one hand, constitutes a special, unique composition of each poem, on the other hand – brings the narrative to the level of meta scene generalization. The flight is assessed as a result of the collision of the hero with the «closed space», limiting his physical, social, moral and spiritual freedom.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):92-98
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Chekhov genre experiments within the story
Uzhegova S.O.
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In the article the genre constituent of short stories by Chekhov is investigated, it is proved that the writer deliberately uses flexible, syncretical, concise genre capable under the old form to include new content. This «new» becomes anecdote that increases its popularity in the late XIX – early XX century. Some of the distinctive features of an anecdote as a genre on the historical background and on the basis of early stories of Chekhov are identified.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):99-104
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RUSSIAN LITERARY EXPRESSIONISM: TO THE QUESTION ABOUT THE GENESIS, THE BORDERS AND THE ESSENCE OF THE PHENOMENON
Shestakova M.A.
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The article studies some significant issues of Russian literary expressionism history and theory. The interaction between Russian and Western expressionism in the field of literature and culture of the XX century’s first decades is noted. Russian expressionism peculiarities are as follows: combining the opposites, blurred borderlines of the phenomenon, facing the extremities as well as the use of traditional art techniques in a new nontraditional sense.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(4):105-110
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