Vol 21, No 11 (2015)

Articles
Scenary metonymy: mechanism of formation and some varieties
Ilukhina N.A.
Abstract

In the article scenery metonymy as a variety of lexical metonymy which is singled out within the frameworks of typology suggested by the author is viewed. Typology which includes scenery type of metonymy is correlated with the concept of linguistic view of the world and is based on considering connections of transferring of lexical units with type of the concept which organizes knowledge on corresponding denotation. The dependence of the event of scenery metonymy by the structure of script as a variety of the concept is shown. The most widespread models of scenery metonymy on the material of verbal vocabulary are described.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):9-16
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EVALUATIVE SUFFIXES OF СOMMON NOUNS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE OF THE XI–XVII CENTURIES (ON THE BASIS OF LEXICOGRAPHICAL DATA)
Vekolova A.Y.
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The article presents the system of evaluative suffixes of nouns in the Russian language of the XI–XVII centuries, and shows the main sources of its research. Morphological and semantic characteristics of affixes are investigated at the diachronic level, semantic transformations of word-formational suffix morphemes are traced, their frequency and productivity are determined. Special attention is paid to the analysis of interpretation of evaluative meanings of suffixes in the national linguistics; the article explores the fundamental question of evaluative nature of diminutive suffixes to which there is no uniform answer, views on this question suggested by linguists are compared.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):17-21
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MEANS AND WAYS OF FORMATION OF INTERJECTIONS IN MODERN ENGLISH EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT: STRUCTURAL ASPECTS
Kravchuk N.V., Kharkovskaya A.A.
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Structural aspects of English interjections are systematized in the article aimed at working out the renewed classification criteria for the interjections registered in the English educational video-discourse.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):22-26
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SEMANTIC AND STYLISTIC FEATURES OF NOUNS WHICH NAME PERSONS IN THEIR LOVE RELATIONSHIPS
Kopylova E.O.
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The article considers the names of the persons in their love relationships to the opposite sex. The range of words of this group of persons is indicated, classification is proposed, stylistic features of lexemes and peculiarities of their use in the Russian language in synchronic and diachronic aspects are analyzed.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):27-32
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SPECIFIC FEATURES OF PERSONAGES’ SPEECH BEHAVIOR IN MODERN AMERICAN DRAMA DISCOURSE
Leonovich L.M.
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The article is aimed at describing the main characteristics of communicative strategies within the contemporary American society based on the dramatic materials published in 1985–2014. The communicative trends described in the present article reflect the specific aspects of American speakers’ speech behavior that occur under the influence of stylized spoken English. On the other hand, these specific features occur due to universal markers of American dramatic discourse providing the mobility of its border parameters.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):33-39
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COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF THE TITLES TO THE PAINTINGS CREATED BY BRITISH AND AMERICAN ARTISTS
Kuynetsova L.V.
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Сognitive aspects of verbal titles to the paintings created by British and American artists are considered in the article. Moreover, the priority positions of the key concepts forming the verbal space of the above titles are discussed in terms of discursive markers. On the linguistic material presented by the titles of pictures, the priority positions of the concepts taking place in the organization of the verbal space of small-scale texts of the titles of pictures describing the world of childhood on verbal level are shown.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):40-43
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Reflexion of relicts of mythological consciousness in English grammatical constructions
Lisova M.I.
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 The aim of this article is to show how mythological consciousness is manifested in modern English language on the example of grammatical structures. The object of the research are English impersonal grammatical structures, grammatical archaisms, cases of using animate in relation to inanimate objects, and subject – reflected in it relicts of mythological consciousness. The scope of this work is to show how traits of mythological consciousness appear in modern grammatical constructions.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):44-48
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CONSTRUCTIVE TENDENCIES IN ENGLISH ECONOMIC DISCOURSE SELF-ORGANISATION
Raduyk A.V.
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The article is devoted to the description of constructive properties of English economic discourse chaotization. The author shows how pragma-semantic system of discourse organizes itself in the most appropriate way going through the stage of «formation» in the direction of communicative goal realization.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):49-55
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Stock-breeding vocabulary in Agul language
Israfilov N.R.
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This article looks at Aghul vocabulary of stock-breeding. Rich and diverse vocabulary of this domain reflects wide experience of Aghul people in stock-breeding, their deep and reliable knowledge in this area. Many similes, comparisons, free and set expressions, proverbs and sayings use vocabulary from stock-breeding vocabulary.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2015;21(11):56-59
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