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SOURCE:   Philological Sciences. Issues of Theory and Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 11. Part 2. P. 321-325. ISSN 1997-2911.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/filnauki.2018-11-2.23

SPACE-STRUCTURED MODEL WITHIN THE COMIC EFFECT ANALYSIS: COGNITIVE AND DISCURSIVE ASPECT

Gorzhaya Alesya Aleksandrovna, Marinina Galina Ivanovna
North-Caucasus Federal University


Submitted: 16.09.2018.
Abstract. The study shows how space-structured model can be applied in the analysis of comic elements verbalisators in a sense construction. The stages of creative comic sense derivation are specified: physicalization, direct hypostasis and re-objectivative hypostasis. The concept of lexical expectation serves the basis for transformed sense modelling that realizes comic effects. Creative aspects of individual concept-valency system are constantly revised as regards their compliance with general linguoculture system in order to provide adequate interpretation of comic elements by counter communicants.
Key words and phrases: комический эффект, трансформированная структура, пространственно-структурированная модель, вариативность структуры сценария, актуализация, креативность и вариативность, comic effect, transformed structure, space-structured model, script structure variability, actualization, creativity and variability.
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