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SOURCE:   Philological Sciences. Issues of Theory and Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2019. № 5. P. 372-375. ISSN 1997-2911.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/filnauki.2019.5.79

ETHNIC STEREOTYPES OF COMMUNICATIVE BEHAVIOUR IN PAROEMIOLOGICAL FUNDS OF THE TATAR AND TURKISH LANGUAGES

Yusupova Al'fiya Shavketovna, Nabiullina Guzel' Amirovna, Galimova Gul'shat Nailevna
Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University


Submitted: 05.03.2019.
Abstract. The study is based on the material of the paroemiological units of the Tatar and Turkish languages. The authors identify typical and specific features of ethno-cultural stereotypes representing the uniqueness of the Tatar and Turkish cultures. The most significant typical categories of the Tatar and Turkish communicative cultures are the following ones: sociability, culture of dialogue, politeness, idle talk and silence, efficient communication and conflict communication. The analysis of the communicative behaviour stereotypes indicates that the Tatars and the Turks preserve their own folk customs and speech cultures.
Key words and phrases: этнокультурный стереотип, коммуникативное поведение, речевая культура, татарская этнокультура, турецкая этнокультура, паремиологический фонд, ethno-cultural stereotype, communicative behaviour, speech culture, Tatar ethno-culture, Turkish ethno-culture, paroemiological fund.
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