International journal
ISSN 2311-0759 (Online)
ISSN 2311-0740 (Print)


Рецензии. Хроника

Agreement/Disagreement in Belarusian: Review of the teaching aid by A. P. Latushko “Belarusian phrases of аgreement and disagreement” (Minsk, BSU. 2020. 135 p.)

The review is a response to the publication of the teaching aid by A. P. Latushko “Belarusian phrases of Agreement and Disagreement”. The author presents inseparable phrases of agreement and disagreement as elements of the composition of a communicative act in the form of a dictionary with a theoretical preface. The relevance of this teaching aid is seen in the systematization of speech manifestations of one of the communicative categories based on Belarusian fiction. Using the method of continuous sampling, A. P.

International conference Eleventh Shmelev reading (Moscow, 23-25.02.2015) on speech genres

Review of the international conference “Eleventh Shmelev reading” held at the Institute of Russian Language n. a. V. V. Vinogradov of Academy of Sciences (Moscow) on 23–25 February 2015. The most urgent problems of modern speech genre theory were presented and its “hot spots”. The conference organizers tried to invite the leading scientists from all major centers for the study of speech genres in Russia, and abroad. There were two sections: “Genre diversity of contemporary speech communication” and “Language specifics of modern speech genres”.

Once again, on deduction in Communicativistics: a remark about the article by V.M. Alpatov about “childhood diseases” in modern linguistics

The article analyzes the opinion of Russian linguist V.M.Alpatov who denies in the modern study of communication deductive approach. Have been discussed the points of view, according to which the deductive approach in science or is itself worse than inductive, or can not be used for external linguistic and non-linguistic reasons. It is shown that in the modern study of communication is less studies using explicit methods, than postulate.

From the mastery of a speech genre researcher to discoveries in text linguistics (Book Review: Turaeva Z. Ya. From the writer's mastery to the reader's discoveries: In search of the essence of the text. Moscow: LENAND, 2016. 144 p.)

This review presents a new book on the fundamental categories of «text» and «culture» as they emerge among the research priorities of humanities and linguistics in the beginning of the 21st century. Authored by Z. Ya. Turaeva, this book discusses a wide scope of problems that were in the focus of linguistic research at the turn of the millennium. These problems range from text models to linguistic demagogy and linguistics of lies. from the text addressee and ethno-psychological features of addressing the text to intertextuality.

ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 'SPEECH GENRES AND “SPEECH GENRES”' (EDITOR’S REFLECTIONS)

Review of the international conference ”Speech Genres and “Speech Genres””, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of humanities education in Saratov State University and the 20th anniversary of the international scientific journal “Speech Genres” (Saratov State University, 27–29 November 2017). The conference was attended by researchers from Saratov, Veliky Novgorod, Volgograd, Voronezh, Hanover (Germany), Ekaterinburg, Kazan, Krasnoyarsk, Minsk (Belarus), Moscow, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Penza, Perm, Samara, St.

What does “forward in the study of speech genres” mean? To the edition of a posthumous book of selected works by K. F. Sedov (1954–2011) «General and anthropocentric linguistics»

Review of the posthumous book of selected works by K. F. Sedov (1954–2011) «Obshchaya i antropotsentricheskaya lingvistika» [General and anthropocentric linguistics]. Much of the book of K. F. Sedov is devoted to speech genres: an overview of the theory of speech genres (sociopragmatic aspect) is provided, as well as materials for the encyclopedia of speech genres: «Talk», «Compliment», «Anecdote». The reviewer (both co-editor of the book of selected works of K. F. Sedov under discussion), who for many years studied the genres of speech with K. F.

ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE «SPEECH GENRES AND “SPEECH GENRES”» (RESPONSES OF THE PARTICIPANTS AND GUESTS OF THE CONFERENCE)

The review of the international conference «Speech Genres and “Speech Genres”», dedicated to the 100th anniversary of humanities education in Saratov State University and the 20th anniversary of the international scientific journal “Speech Genres” (Saratov State University, 27–29 November 2017). The conference was attended by researchers from Saratov, Veliky Novgorod, Volgograd, Voronezh, Hanover (Germany), Ekaterinburg, Kazan, Krasnoyarsk, Minsk (Belarus), Moscow, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Penza, Perm, Samara, St.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF BASIC LINGUISTIC SPEECH AND GENRE COMPETENCIES OF THE LANGUAGE OF THE PROFESSION IN THE FIELD OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, WORLD POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

The article is devoted to the question of formation and development of core competencies, intellectual abilities and professional skills of future international relations experts, diplomats and political analysts. The article presents the manual on the language of the profession “The principles of political science in Spanish. Training course on the language of the profession for political scientists and international relations experts” (ABC de las Ciencias Po?ticas en esp?ol). Levels B2-C1.

Contrastive Analysis of Speech Communication Genres: Principles and Practice Book Review: W. Gladrow, E. Kotorova «Speech Act Patterns in Russian and in German: A Contrastive Presentation (Berlin: Peter Lang, 2018. 404 p.)»

This review presents a new monograph by Wolfgang Gladrow and Elisaveta Kotorova devoted to basic notions and methodology of intercultural verbal behavior. The increased necessity in the theoretical foundation of contrastive studies to the one hand and systematization of typical intercourse situations to the other shows the actuality of the research. In the monograph, the both tasks are solved.

The Set of Genres as a System: Review of the Monograph by M. A. Kanturova, T. I. Stеksova “Productivity and Variability of Speech Genres” (Novosibirsk: Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, 2019. 128 p.)

The review is a response to the publication of the monograph by M. A. Kanturov and T. I. Staksova “Productivity and variability of speech genres”. The authors represent the Russian speech-and -genre space as a complicated non-rigid system, the units of which are interconnected by the relations of derivation and variability. The relevance of the study is justified by the need to develop models that summarize numerous empirical observations on the structure and functioning of individual genres and groups of genres.

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