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Speech Genres

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Shevchenko I. S. Concept of communicative behavior and genre. Speech Genres, 2015, no. 1(11), pp. 23-29. DOI: 10.18500/2311-0740-2015-1-11-23-29

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81’27’38
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Concept of communicative behavior and genre

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Shevchenko Irina Semenovna, Kharkov National University n. a. V.N. Karazin
Abstract: 

This article focuses on linguistic-culural concepts of communicative behavior in Russin and English discourses and highlights their varieties: concepts-events and attributive regulative concepts. The former are modeled as a dynamic frame – scenario of a specific situation and correspond to a speech genre / speech act. The latter, attributive concepts of communicative behavior, characterize situation as a whole. they correspond to the quality slot in a concept-event frame and are verbalized by discourse strategies or tactics.

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Received: 
15.04.2015
Accepted: 
13.05.2015
Published: 
08.06.2015