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Epic Worldview in L. N. Tolstoy’s Trilogy "Childhood", "Boyhood", "Youth"
Gorodilova Natalia Ivanovna
5-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Costume Items in I. S. Turgenev’s Novels of the 1850s and S. T. Aksakov’s Autobiographical Trilogy
Grebenshchikov Yury Yur'evich
12-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Issue of Acculturation in V. Aksyonov’s Documentary Novel "In Search of Melancholy Baby"
Grishenkova Tatyana Fedorovna
17-21Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Oriental and Regional Mythopoetical Images of Birds in S.-M. Salinsky’s Story "Birds Come Back to Dreams"
Kirillova Elena Olegovna
21-33Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Subjective Structure of Travel Texts: Attempt of Analysing Sentimental Journeys of the End of the XVIII - the Beginning of the XIX Century
Kublitskaya Ol'ga Viktorovna
33-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Specificity of Figurative and Compositional Arrangement of A. P. Chekhov’s Story "The New Villa"
Novikova Albina Alekseevna, Golovnyova Yuliya Vladimirovna
38-43Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Genre Features of Lyrical Travel Cycle (by the Material of E. Shvarts’s Creative Work)
Samoylenko Viktoria Alexandrovna
43-48Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Issue of Moral Choice in V. V. Orlov’s Novel "The Apothecary"
Safron Elena Alexandrovna
48-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
"Official Duties" vs "Creative Work" in G. R. Derzhavin’s Autobiographical Texts
Farafonova Oksana Antolievna
53-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Personage System in V. N. Fedorov’s Novella "Citizen ¹ 1 of the Forever Gone Town"
Yefimova Alevtina Vladimirovna
58-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
A. S. Pushkin in R. Gamzatov’s Creative Work
Nabigulaeva Marjanat Nabigulaevna
62-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Gender Axiologemes in the Novel "Aniko of the Nogo Clan" by Anna Nerkagi
Khazankovich Yuliya Gennad'evna
67-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Wolf’s Lot: Theme of Abrekhood in the Ossetian Literature of the End of the XIX - the Beginning of the XX Century
Khetagurova Dzerassa Kazbekovna
73-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
The Azerbaijani-Tatar Literary and Cultural Relations at the Beginning of the XX Century (by the Example of Scenic Literature and Theatre Art)
Sharipova Alsu Samigullovna
81-84Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Linguistic Means for Creating Protagonist’s Image in F. S. Fitzgerald’s Novel "The Great Gatsby"
Berberova Liana Burkhanovna
85-88Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Sten Nadolny’s Artistic Discovery: Phenomenon of Slowness
Vafina Alsu Hadievna, Reuter Kirsten Helmut
89-93Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
The Scottish Immigration Poetry in the USA in the XIX Century in the Mirror of Literary Criticism
Velilaeva Lilia Raimovna
93-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Theatricality of Self-Revelation in Short Stories by F. de la Motte Fouqu?
Grigoryeva Irina Sergeevna
97-101Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Folkloric Conceptions of Happiness in the Far Eastern Countries and Mouse Symbolism in the Japanese Folklore
Sadokova Anastasiya Ryurikovna
102-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Early Poetic Discourse in China
Semenenko Ivan Ivanovich
106-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Defining the "Genre" Notion (Main Approaches, Issues and Prospects): Systematic Review
Nikonova Ekaterina Andreevna
125-131Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Features of Logical-Semantic and Lexical Types of Verbal Units’ Valency in Medical Sublanguage
Baek Kyung Hee, Kazarina Svetlana Georgievna
132-136Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Graphic Objects Functioning in New Year Messages (by the Example of Vladivostok Wish Tree - 2020)
Krayushkina Tatiana Vladimirovna
136-140Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Medical Discourse as Research Area of Text Linguistics (by the Example of the Terms "Abortion", "Amblosis" Use in Obstetricians-Gynaecologists’ Oral and Written Speech)
Statsenko Alla Nikolaevna, Samokhina Olga Viktorovna, Popova Veronika Viktorovna
141-145Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Functional Specificity of the Crimean Bulgar Language
Andryushchenko Irina Aleksandrovna, Baykova Olga Vladimirovna, Voitov Denis Evgenievich
146-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
The Even Geographical Terms in Toponymy of the Kolyma River Basin
Bagdaryyn Nurgun Sulba uola
150-155Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Basic Means to Transfer Semantics of Large and Small Quantity in the Kabardino-Circassian Language
Khezheva Mar'yana Rashadovna
155-159Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Toponymic Space of the Siberian Tatars’ Folklore
Hisamov Oleg Rishatovich, Zakirova Il'seyar Gamilovna
159-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Lexical Maxims in A. B. Kaitukov’s Stories
Tsopanova Rita Georgievna
163-166Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Some Prosodic Features of Speech of the Modern British Youth Representatives
Abramova Galina Sergeevna
167-172Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Specifics of the English Neologisms of the Conceptual-Thematic Area "COVID-19"
Aksenova Nataliya Valer’evna
172-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Digital Tools for Analysing Speech Prosody
Bankov Andrei Sergeevich
176-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Interpretative Component of Argumentative Constructions of Criticism in the English-Language Reviews as Explication of Assessment in Scientific Discourse
Barebina Natal’ya Sergeevna, Tagiev Mikail Ismailovich, Tiguntsev Sergey Alexandrovich
181-186Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Euphemization of the Nominative Field "Epidemic" in the Modern English Media Discourse
Biryukova Irina Alexandrovna
186-191Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Tendencies in Youth Slang Formation in the Modern German Language
Bojkova Irina Borissovna, Kovalchuk Nikita Konstantinovich
191-199Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Connotative Features of a Person Naming in the American Prison Slang
Vorobyova Yelena Nikolayevna, Trifanova Svetlana Sergeevna
199-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Lexical and Cognitive Specificity of the Concept BREXIT in the Context of the Modern British and European Political Discourse
Garcia Caselles Conchita, Malenkova Aksinia Avenirovna
203-207Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Phraseological Units with Myconymic Core Components ("Pilz", "Tr?ffel", "Pfifferling") in the German Language: Linguocultural Analysis
Danilova Victoria Anatolievna
208-212Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Means of Manipulation in Political Discourse (by the Material of D. Trump’s Speeches)
Dyachenko Irina Alexandrovna, Korolyeva Tatyana Alexandrovna, Petrukhina Oksana Petrovna
212-215Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Stylistic Peculiarities of Tourist Discourse (by the Example of the English-Language Website visitlondon.com)
Zorina Anna Viktorovna, Amirkhanova Karina Muratovna, Khamdeeva Dina Ruslanovna
216-223Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Artistic Explication of the Concept FAMILY in the English Literary Tales
Nurieva Nailya Sungatovna, Nikolaeva Natalja Nikolevna
223-227Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Ways of Expressing Axiological Attitudes in the English-Language PR-Texts
Sergienko Polina Igorevna
227-232Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Stylistic Originality of Allegorical Vices’ Speech in the Early New English Play "Magnyfycence" by John Skelton
Khavronich Alina Alekseevna
232-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
G. Flaubert’s Religious and Philosophical Conceptual Sphere
Rozanova Nataliya Feliksovna
239-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Lexical Means of V. Putin’s Discursive Image Development in the Spanish and American Mass Media in the Context of Coronavirus Pandemic
Gornostaeva Yulia Andreevna
246-250Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Types and Subtypes of Perceptive Components of Phraseological Images
Darikov Artem Alekseevich
251-255Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Specificity of Defence Attorney’s and Prosecutor’s Direct Verbal Influence on Jurors during Trial (by the Material of the English-Language Feature Films)
Ilyukhin Nikita Igorevich
256-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Evolution of Views as a Form of Personage Actualization in Jane Austen’s Stylistics (by the Material of the Novel "Pride and Prejudice")
Kostyrya Alyona Vladimirovna
261-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Meta-Text in Fiction Text: Pragmatics and Functions
Kuznetsova Anna Vladimirovna
265-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Principles to Compile an English-Russian Thesaurus Dictionary on Oil Production
Mamonova Yelena Yur’yevna, Fatullayeva Aisel Tavakgyul’ kyzy
269-275Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Linguistic Means of Individual Authorial Concepts Verbalization in J. Cheever’s Stories
Mandzhieva Svetlana Valerievna, Ovraeva Dzhirgal Nikolaevna, Dertynova Elena Bater-Bekovna
275-281Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Categories of Coherence and Integrity in Oral Texts of State Audit Discourse (by the Material of the Russian and English Languages)
Pestova Veronika Viktorovna
282-285Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Structural and Compositional Analysis of the German, English and Russian Everyday Anecdote as an Element of Humorous Dialogical Discourse
Tyukina Lyudmila Aleksandrovna, Babayan Vladimir Nikolayevich
286-292Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Specificity of Translating Slang and Obscene Vocabulary (by the Example of Ozzy Osbourne’s Autobiography "I Am Ozzy")
Vasenko Mariya Aleksandrovna
293-297Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Variations in Translation of Attributive Infinitive from English into Russian: By the Material of ‘The Economist’ and ‘WCO News’ Magazines
Dyakonova Stanislava Arkadyevna
297-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Semantic Features and Functioning of Verbs with General Meaning "Lie" in Russian and French (a Contrastive Analysis)
Naberezhnova Zoya Gennadievna
303-312Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Corpus Analysis as a Tool for Identifying Semantic Changes of Phraseological Units - Translator’s "False Friends"
Pivovarova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
312-320Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Morphological Category of Case in the Russian, Arabic and Dongolawi (Nubian) Languages
Rybakov Mikhail Anatolyevich, Mohammed Mohammed Khalil Hussian
320-324Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Explicit and Implicit Means to Express Temporality in the Russian and Chinese Languages
Qu Rui
325-331Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 9.
Derivation of Conjunctives Connecting Adverbial Clauses of Time in the Nakh Language
Tarieva Liliya Uvaisovna
154-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Syntactic Position of Object in the Abaza Language
Pazov Sergey Umarovich, Pazova Lilia Kashifovna
150-154Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Specificity of Presentation Discourse in "Instagram" Social Network
Streltsova Olga Igorevna
145-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Types of Addresses in Children’s Prose by Vitaly Bianki: Lexical and Functional Aspect
Marinchenko Irina Aleksandrovna, Vasil'eva Elena Vasil'evna
138-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Natural World in the Russian Dialect Discourse (by the Material of Vocabulary with Negative Prefixes)
Lysenkova Tatyana Vladimirovna
133-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Common Features of Religious Vocabulary Functioning in Historical and Poetical Discourses
Levina Ella Mikhailovna, Proskurnina Lyudmila Vasil'evna, Yakimova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
126-133Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Model of Patent Discourse Genre
Kurkan Nataliya Vladimirovna
122-126Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Answers-Assumptions as Special Type of Answers: Structural-Semantic and Functional-Pragmatic Aspects
Galanova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
118-122Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Specifics of Adopting the English-Language Borrowed Economic Terms in Russian
Vranchan Elena Vitaljevna
114-117Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Foat Galimullin’s Perception of the Tatar XX-Century Writers: Descriptive Review
Timofeeva Tatiana Vyacheslavovna, Gabidullina Farida Imamutdinovna
5-8Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Formation of I. S. Turgenev’s Perception in China at the Beginning of the XX Century (Liang Qichao and Zhou Zuoren)
Guo Siwen
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Spatial-Temporal Continuum of M. Bulgakov’s Novel "The Master and Margarita" As It Is Perceived in the Spanish-Speaking Culture (by the Material of the Monograph by B. S. Giudici Fern?ndez "El Maestro y Margarita: Novela ?tica" ("The Master and Margarita: Ethical Novel"))
Malysheva Olga Vladimirovna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Theme of Power in the Novel "Kindrat. Blood Brothers" by A. Yu. Pekhov, E. A. Bychkova, N. V. Turchaninova
Safron Elena Aleksandrovna
17-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Buffoonery Theatre Genres in L. N. Tolstoy’s Artistic and Aesthetic Searches
Sizova Irina Igorevna
20-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
N. S. Tikhonov’s Translations of K. L. Khetagurov’s Children’s Poems
Dzaparova Elizaveta Borisovna
30-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Man-Nature Interaction in V. N. Fyodorov’s Novella "Citizen ¹ 1 of the Forever Gone Town"
Yefimova Alevtina Vladimirovna
34-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Hybrid Genre Forms in the Yakut Poetry of the Second Half of the XX Century: Form-Generative Peculiarities (by the Material of I. M. Gogolev’s Poetry)
Efremova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
38-41Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Oral Poetical Tradition in Grigory Chinkov’s Artistic Creative Work
Ivanova Elvira Vasilyevna
42-47Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Specificity of Inner Story in the Poetical Drama "Keryaii Valley" by I. Gogolev
Kirillina Maria Afanasievna
47-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
The Bashkir Literature of the XX Century: Development Milestones of Poetry, Prose and Drama
Khuzhakhmetov Ainur Oskarovich, Sultanova Zilya Azatovna
51-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Meaning of the Title of the Novel "Love in Exile" by Bahaa Taher
Vlasova Yuliya Evgen'evna
57-62Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Compositional Features of John Steinbeck’s "A Russian Journal"
Dvoryashina Victoria Sergeevna
63-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Anglo-Welsh Relations in Ken Follett’s "Century Trilogy"
Zinnatullina Zulfiya Rafisovna
68-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Intermediality of Artistic World of the Novel "Gryll Grange" by Thomas Love Peacock: Principles of Theatre and Operetta
Lipnyagova Svetlana Gennadievna, Pudova Olga Alexandrovna
72-75Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Traditional and Author’s Symbols in Lin Huiyin’s Poetry
Savinova Tuyana Bairovna, Danchinova Sofia Konstantinovna
76-80Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
"Aspiration to Glorify and Defend the Native Land": Patriotism of Edward Thomas and Rupert Brooke
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
80-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Functional Specificity of Ekphrasis in R. D. Harris’s Novel "Lustrum"
Schemeleva Elena Borisovna
85-90Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Surrealistic Code in Fiction: Definition and Realization
Gorelov Oleg Sergeyevich
91-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Toy in Literary Works of the XIX-XX Centuries
Podavylova Irina Aleksandrovna
96-101Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Means of Knowledge Representation in Na?ve Rhetoric (by the Material of the Russian Paroemiological Units)
Wang Peng
109-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Experimental Study of HAUS Concept Representation in the Modern German Linguistic Consciousness
Bogdanova Anna Gennadievna, Zakharova Elena Olegovna, Zabrodina Irina Konstantinovna
162-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Grammatical Peculiarities of the German Phraseological Units as Indicator of Their Semantic and Structural Integrity
Briskina Elena Viktorovna
166-173Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Functional Specificity of Implicitness in the German Humorous Texts
Kabalina Olesya Igorevna
174-178Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Anaphoric and Cataphoric Functions of Euphemisms (by the Material of the English and German Publicistic Texts)
Kutinova Elena Viktorovna
179-184Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
The German Realia and Their Functioning in Texts of Different Styles
Levchenko Marina Nikolayevna, Markaryan Narine Vladislavovna
184-191Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Ways of Forming Coat Colour Names in the English Language
Mironov Mikhail Vladimirovich
191-196Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Concepts of Heaven and Their Representation in the German Medieval Literature
Panevina Irina Grigor'evna
196-203Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Conceptual Nature of the German-Language Journalistic Headline
Chertousova Svetlana Viktorovna
203-208Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Linguistic Means to Form Identity (by the Material of the French Language)
Kosteeva Daria Yurievna
209-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Poly-Interpretativeness of Biblicisms (by the Material of the English and Russian Languages)
Alexandrova Galina Nikolayevna
214-219Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Combinatorial-Semantic Analysis of the English and Russian Collocations with the Component "Red"
Vlavatskaya Marina Vital'evna, Tsvenger Larisa Vladimirovna
219-227Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Components of Notion and Corresponding Emotional State (by the Material of Interdisciplinary Study of Everyday Consciousness)
Kolodina Nina Ivanovna
228-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Lexico-Semantic Group "Personal Names" in Early Hieroglyphic Dictionaries "Cangjie Pian" and "Ji Jiu Pian"
Kravchuk Aleksandr Ivanovich
233-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Systemic Functional Analysis of Narrative and Argumentative Types of Discourse
Maksimova Elena Nikolaevna
242-246Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Linguistic Peculiarities of the Evenk Epic Texts
Protsukovich Elena Alexandrovna
246-250Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Lexico-Semantic Means to Evaluate the Ukrainian Conflict in the German Political Discourse
Putilina Ludmila Vasilevna, Salnikov Mikhail Ivanovich
250-253Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Representation of the Society’s Environmental Awareness in the English-Language Internet Space: Linguistic Aspect (by the Example of the Social Network Instagram)
Pushkareva Ekaterina Vladimirovna, Kalinovskaya Elena Aleksandrovna
254-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Specifics of Translating Colouristic Vocabulary in O. Wilde’s Works into Russian
Andreeva Lyudmila Anatoljevna, Khudobina Olga Fedorovna, Avsankina Nikolina Nikolajevna
258-262Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Green Colour Symbolism in Phraseological Worldview: Comparative Aspect (by the Material of the Russian, English, German and Italian Languages)
Kulichenko Yulia Nikolaevna, Korolevskaya Ekaterina Mikhailovna
262-265Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Opposition "the Native - the Outsider" in the Russian and Czech Presidential Debate Discourse as Means to Develop Persuasive Strategy
Neiman Valentina Nikolayevna
266-270Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Peculiarities of 1906 Meadow Mari Translation of Gospels
Peksheeva E’vira Ivanovna, Fedoseeva Nadezhda Aleksandrovna
271-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Comparative Study of Synonymic Relations within Semantic Field "Óñïåõ" / "Success" in the Russian and English Languages
Tsoraeva Olesya Igorevna
275-279Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Prospects of Using Content Analysis Programmes in Translation Practice
Ivanova Anna Mikhailovna, Soboleva Tatiana Aleksandrovna
280-285Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Non-Linguistic Students’ Interferential Mistakes When Translating English-Language Texts of Juridical Subject Area
Kaurova Elena Mikhailovna, Chepak Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
286-289Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 8.
Artistic Realia in Victor Pelevin’s Early Stories
Ayupov Timur Rustamovich
5-9Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Image of Dead City in Unfinished Novel "Shura_Le" (Chapter "Chunya") by the Ufimian Prose Writer Svetlana Churaeva
Golaidenko Larisa Nikolaevna, Prokof'eva Irina Olegovna
9-13Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Oriental Mythopoetics in S. P. Balabin’s Novel "Born from Lotus"
Kirillova Elena Olegovna, Feshchenko Dmitrii Sergeevich
14-22Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Love as Element of V. Tokareva’s Artistic Conceptual Sphere (by the Example of the Story "Beyond the River, beyond the Forest" and the Novel "The Poet’s Wife")
Kondrasheva Ekaterina Vladimirovna
22-28Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Man and Reality in I. Vyrypaev’s Dramatic Text
Meshchanskii Aleksandr Yur'evich, Savelova Lyubov' Anatol'evna
28-32Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Mayakovsky’s Image in A. Akhmatova’s Creative Consciousness: The Poem "Mayakovsky in 1913"
Nekoz Olesya Aleksandrovna
32-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Aspects of Corporality and Anagram: Text as Body. Collection of Stories by I. A. Odegov "Stump"
Ovcherenko Ulyana Vladimirovna
37-41Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Representation of History in "History of the Russian State" by Boris Akunin
Osmukhina Olga Yuryevna, Karpov Anton Dmitrievich
41-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Semiotics of Day and Night and Temporality Conception in M. Y. Lermontov’s Novel "A Hero of Our Time"
Pogrebnaya Yana Vsevolodovna
46-53Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Image of the Chinese in the Story by Vs. Ivanov "Armoured Train 14-69": Tradition and Innovation
Cao Xuemei
54-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Ethics and Humanism of Artificial Intelligence (by the Material of Victor Pelevin’s Novel "iPhuck 10")
Yan Meiping
58-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Rubaiyat Genre in the Tatar Poetry: Functioning and Translating Peculiarities
Nagumanova El'vira Firdavil'evna
64-68Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Transformation of Folkloric Images and Motives in Plays by Galimzyan Gilmanov
Nureeva Gulshat Ilshatovna, Mingazova Lyajlya Ihsanovna
68-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Transformation of Theomachist Motives in Symbolist Poetry (K. D. Balmont, F. K. Sologub, A. I. Tokaev)
Khetagurova Dzerassa Kazbekovna
73-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Worldview in Gothic Story "Corstophine" by E. F. Benson
Burtseva Marina Anatolievna, Burtsev Anatoly Alekseevich
80-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Comparative Analysis of Artistic Specificity of Animalistic Fairy-Tales (by the Material of the British and Russian Fairy-Tales)
Egorova Ol'ga Arsenovna
85-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Poetics of the Novel by Sema Kaygusuz "Y?z?nde Bir Yer" ("A Place on Your Face") (2009)
Repenkova Mariya Mihaylovna
89-95Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
"It Would Have Been Another World": War Theme in Poetry by Edward Thomas
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
95-100Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Functional Potential of Intertextuality in the Contemporary English-Language Fairy-Tales
Tananykhina Alla Olegovna, Kozinets Irina Olegovna
100-104Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Artistic World Model in Lyrics of the German-Speaking Poetess Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger
Mel'nikova Irina Markovna
105-109Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Typology of Intermedial Relations in Modern Poetic Discourse: Systematic Review
Abrosimova Ekaterina Alekseevna
119-124Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Meta-Linguistic Potential of Political Internet Commentaries
Bogachanova Tatiana Dmitrievna
125-129Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Textual Connector "And Now about...": Lexical Variants and Specificity of Functioning
Wang Qiaoshi, Sheremeteva Elena Sergeevna
129-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
"Digital Economy": Linguistic and Linguomental Aspects
Volkov Valerii Vyacheslavovich
135-139Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Linguo-Semiotic Mechanisms for Formation of Colour Phraseological Units
Li Jing
139-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Lexico-Syntactic Variations of Circular Compositions in Poetical Contexts of V. Shalamov and A. Tarkovsky
Makevnina Irina Anatolievna, Pavlovskaya Irina Grigorievna, Philimonova Natalia Yurievna
145-148Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Functions of Language Game in Perfumery Discourse
Marinchenko Irina Aleksandrovna, Vasil'eva Elena Vasil'evna
148-153Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Concept ÏÑÀËÚÝ (WORD) in the Kabardian-Circassian Phraseology
Abazova Marita Mukhamedovna, Khutezhev Zaudin Galievich
154-158Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Functioning of Abbreviations in the Yakut-Language Magazines
Vasil'eva Nadezhda Matveevna
158-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Adverbial Synonyms in the Kabardian-Circassian Language
Dzuganova Rita Khabalovna
162-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Means to Express Inceptiveness in the Forest Yukaghir Language
Prokopyeva Aleksandra Egorovna
165-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Linguocultural Concept PROHIBITION in the Tuvan Heroic Tales
Khertek Lidia Kendenovna
170-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
The German Verbal-Nominal Combinations: Parameters of Description and Classification
Boguslavskaya Irina Vilenovna
175-180Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Manipulative Communicative Strategies (by the Example of 2016 Presidential Election Campaign in the USA)
Dmitrieva Marina Ivanovna, Dubrovskaya Veronika Vladimirovna
180-184Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Role of Realia in Song Discourse (by the Material of the English-Language Rock Musicians)
Kobzev Anton Alekseevich
185-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Interlanguage Equivalents vs Translation Equivalents in English and Russian (by the Example of "Good" vs "Õîðîøèé")
Lekomtseva Irina Alekseevna
189-193Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Cognitive Mechanisms of Elliptization Process in the English Language (by the Material of News Media Texts)
Suprun Anastasiya Gennadevna, Prokhorova Olga Nikolaevna
194-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Cognitive Metaphor in Scientific and Professional Discourse (by the Example of the English Oil Refining Terminology)
Tikhonova Irina Borisovna
198-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Basic Models of the English-Language Business Phraseology
Fedulenkova Tatiana Nikolaevna, Spitsyna Natalya Nikolaevna
202-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Verbal Means of Influencing the Reader as Anthropocentric Peculiarity of the English-Language Military Advertising Texts (by the Material of ‘Army Times’ Magazines)
Khafizova Mariya Borisovna
206-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Phraseo-Semiotic Link as Indicator of Phraseological Fields Correlation (by the Material of the Spanish and French Languages)
Nemtseva Kseniya Igorevna
211-214Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Analysis of the Russian Translation of Pierre Lemaitre’s Novel "Au revoir l?-haut" ("The Great Swindle")
Skorobogatova Taisiya Ivanovna, Suraleva Ol'ga Yur'evna
214-219Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Metaphorical Models for Formation of Evaluative Metaphorical Nominations in the Slavonic Languages
Vasil'eva Anastasiya Yur'evna
220-224Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Traditional vs Expressive Collocations in Russian and English as Study Subject of Combinatorial Lexicology
Vlavatskaya Marina Vital'evna, Rakhmetova Evgeniya Sergeevna
225-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Precedent Phenomena with Sphere Source "Literature" in M. Stepnova’s Artistic Discourse
Volkova Roza Aleksandrovna
230-234Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Conditions of Text Interpretation (by the Material of the French Language)
Voskoboinikova Lyudmila Petrovna
234-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
"Forces Released but Non-Transfigured": Cognitive Self-Interpretation of "Revolutionary Rock Experiment"
Ivanov Dmitry Igorevich
238-243Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Communicative Evasion Strategy in Television Discourse: Issues of Analysis
Isaeva Snezhana Nikolaevna
243-247Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Institutional Approach to Business Discourse Study
Kovalchuk Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Soprantsova Julia Sergeevna
247-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Cultural Codes as Axiological Representatives of the Concept LOVE
Kremshokalova Marina Chaflenovna, Cheprakova Tatyana Aleksandrovna, Shibzuhova Indira Rustamovna
251-255Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Lexico-Semantic Analysis of Ambiguous Text (by the Material of A. Men’s Book "The Son of Man")
Kryachko Vladimir Borisovich, Khvan Natal'ya Stanislavovna, Gvozdyuk Violeta Nikolaevna
255-260Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Metaphor as Pedagogical Discourse Construct (by the Material of the English Language)
Perelgut Nadezhda Mayerovna, Yanovskaya Anastasiya Vladimirovna
260-266Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
The Russian-Language Online Petitions in the Context of Mediatisation and Postulates of Harvard Negotiation School
Rebrina Larisa Nikolaevna
266-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Sports Nomination: Universal and National-Cultural Aspects
Sedykh Arkadiy Petrovich, Koteneva Inna Anatolievna, Smirnova Lyubov' Viktorovna
271-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Specificity of Official Written Communication
Khalupo Ol'ga Ivanovna
278-282Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Peculiarities of Translating Gastronomic Realia from Spanish into Russian
Grunina Yuliya Aleksandrovna
283-286Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Proverbs with the Component ‘Ñûãúç?ðèí/Gold/Çîëîòî’ in the Ossetian, German and Russian Languages: Universal and Nationally Specific Features
Dzakhova Veronika Tambievna, Dzodzikova Zaida Bakhtyngereevna, Kudzoeva Anzhela Fedorovna
287-290Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Functioning of Youth Slang in Anthony Burgess’s Original Novel "A Clockwork Orange" and Its Translation into the Russian Language
Kuznetsova Elena Valer'evna
291-296Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Modern Political Discourse from the Viewpoint of Argumentation Theory: By the Material of V. V. Putin’s and Emmanuel Macron’s Speeches
Pletneva Olga Dmitrievna
296-301Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Representation of Communicative-Pragmatic Frame "Intellect" in the English and Russian Paroemiological Worldviews
Shaimardanova Milyausha Ravilevna, Zorina Anna Viktorona
301-306Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Determining Mutual Contingency Coefficient in the Russian and Chuvash Newspaper Texts
Tukmakova Nadezhda Petrovna
307-312Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
Principles of Linguistic Information System Design
Yatsko Viatcheslav Alexandrovitch
313-316Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 7.
A Thousand Years Ago. Ferdowsi’s Deed
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
5-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Studying A. F. Voeykov’s Biography and Creative Work: Systematic Review
Nikitina Dinara Maratovna
17-21Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Estate World and Museum Myth in S. D. Dovlatov’s Story "Pushkin Hills"
Akimova Mariya Sergeevna
22-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Canonical Text Leitmotif of the Soviet Occupational Novel
Gaganova Anna Anatol'evna
29-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
"Homo Corporis" Image: Somatic Vocabulary with the Component "Hand" in A. Akhmatova’s Lyrics
Golubtsova Nadezhda Vasil'evna, Matveeva Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Papsheva Galina Olegovna
37-42Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
National Idea and Its Creative Realisation in M. A. Sholokhov’s Short Story "Fate of a Man"
Grechushkina Nataliya Valer'evna
43-47Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Liturgical Motifs in V. V. Mayakovsky’s Poem "The Man"
Naumenko Kseniya Sergeevna
47-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Masquerade Motif in M. Yu. Lermontov’s and V. Shershenevich’s Creative Work
Novikova Marina Vladimirovna, Milovanova Anna Igorevna, Bugakova Nadezhda Borisovna
51-55Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Dickens’s Outline in Dostoevsky’s Novel
Priima Ivan Fedorovich
55-70Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Problem "Man and Nature" in Early Stories about Childhood by I. S. Shmelyov
Shestakova Elena Yur'evna
70-74Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Author’s Strategies in V. S. Solovyov’s Creative Writing
Yurina Natal'ya Gennad'evna
74-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Revolutionary China in N. S. Tikhonov’s Story "The Friend of the People"
Yang Liping
79-83Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Interpretation of Main Character’s Image in B. Disraeli’s "New English" Novel "Tancred: or, the New Crusade" in the Russian Translation of the XIX Century
Azhel' Yuliya Petrovna
84-88Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Spatial-Temporal Continuum of R. T?pffer’s Novel "The Fear"
Anisimova Aleksandra Naumovna, Efremova Yuliya Ivanovna
88-92Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Interpretation of E. A. Poe’s Parable "Shadow" in the Context of Occult and Mystical Artistic Figurativeness
Kapustkin Ivanovo State University
93-97Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Desacralization of Religious and Mythological Motives in W. Burroughs’s Novel "Naked Lunch" (by the Material of the Chapters "Lazarus Go Home", "Hassan’s Rumpus Room" and "Campus of Interzone University")
Lipnyagova Svetlana Gennad'evna, Malinovskaya Ekaterina Andreevna
97-101Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Thomas Mann and Leopold von Sacher-Masoch
Poluboyarinova Larisa Nikolaevna, Kulishkina Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Sidorchenko Larisa Valentinovna
101-105Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Storyline and Compositional Peculiarities of Hakan G?nday’s Novelism
Repenkova Mariya Mikhailovna
106-110Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Theme of Religious Education in Barbara Frischmuth’s Novel "The Covent School"
Trofimova Lyudmila Vladimirovna
110-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Myth and Historiosophical Problematics in W. Golding’s Fiction
Shanina Yuliya Aleksandrovna
114-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Borrowings in Travelogue’s Text as Means of Creating the Italian World’s Image
Vasilenkova Larisa Borisovna
127-133Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Lexical Variation of Phraseological Units with General Meaning of Evaluation
Verzilova Arina Aleksandrovna
133-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Speech Strategies of Discredit and Disinformation Used in the Russian Internet Segment to Denounce Victory over Fascist Germany
Volchok Konstantin Viktorovich
139-143Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Correlation between Emotions, Irony and Extreme Events (by the Material of Comments on the Kerch Strait Incident)
Korolkov Anna
144-148Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Derivational Potential of Colour Term YELLOW in Phraseme Formation Process
Li Jing, Katyshev Pavel Alekseevich
149-152Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Linguistic Means for Creating an Image in Online Advertising (by the Material of the Georgian Cuisine Restaurants’ Websites)
Mahmoud Agha Munir
153-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Collective Noun "Ãîëü" (the Poor) as a Nuclear Means to Designate the Subject of the Semantic Field "Poverty"
Tarasova Anna Sergeevna
157-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Weather Names in Dialects of Baikal Siberia
Tyukineeva Oksana Vasil'evna
161-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Set Phrases as a Type of Intertextual Inclusions in Scientific Text
Shishlova Irina Yur'evna
166-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Comparative Constructions with the Meaning of Size in the Olonkho Epic Formulas
Ivanova Irina Borisovna
170-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Functioning of Complicated Compound Sentences in A. I. Sofronov’s Prose (the Stories "In Search of Better Fortune She Ruined Her Life", "Mayor", "Departure")
Prokop'eva Alena Kirillovna, Zhirokhova Natal'ya Andreevna
174-178Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Ceremonial Vocabulary as Reflection of the Tatar Spiritual Culture (by the Example of Naming Ceremony Vocabulary)
Sattarova Madina Rashidovna, Nurmukhametova Raushaniya Sagdatzyanovna
179-182Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Representation of the Concept "Fine/Beautiful" in the Buryat Language (Synonymic Row Ãî¸, Ñýáýð, ?àéõàí)
Tsyrenov Babasan Dorzhievich
182-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
The German Phraseological Units with Destructive Verbal Component
Galieva Guzel' Rafaelovna
186-189Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Peculiarities of SMS Abbreviations in Messages (by the Example of the Germanic Languages)
Gordeeva Natal'ya Vladimirovna, Kuznetsova Svetlana Viktorovna, Hepeleva Evgeniya Valer'evna
190-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Word-Formative Modelling of Linguistic Markers of Modernity (by the Material of the German Language)
Maier Valeriya Stanislavovna
194-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Specifics of Using and Translating Phraseological Units in the English-Language Medical Scientific Text
Slugina Ol'ga Valer'evna, Rokunova Natal'ya Ivanovna
202-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Interpretation of the Touch Situation (by the Material of the English Verbs)
Fedotova Ol'ga Vladimirovna, Stepanenko Svetlana Nikolaevna
206-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Specificity of Speech Influence in the English Political Discourse (by the Example of Boris Johnson’s Speech at the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly)
Khafizova Alsu Aleksandrovna
210-216Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
French Secondary Interjections as a Means to Express Amazement in Responsive Remarks and Techniques to Translate Them into Russian
Savchenko Anna Aleksandrovna
217-221Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Word-Formation Specifics of Disease Names in the Scots Dialect
Vystropova Ol'ga Stanislavovna
222-226Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Specificity of Predicative Structures Functioning in the Russian-Language Scientific Texts (by the Example of Articles from the Scopus Database)
Gudukhina Mariya Nikolaevna
226-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Incomplete Reply as Part of Evasion Strategy: Analysis of Focus Elements in Speech
Isaeva Snezhana Nikolaevna
230-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
System of "Law" and "Crime" Associations in Students’ Language Consciousness
Nikaeva Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Sizykh Adelya Andreevna
234-237Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Problem of Differentiation: Meaning vs Idea vs Notion vs Concept as Meta-Language to Describe Semantic Structure of Linguistic Sign
Nikitina Veronika Vladimirovna
238-242Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Text as Semiotic Sign Representing Specificity of the Subject Area "Military Aviation"
Shpal'chenko Elina Petrovna
243-248Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Semantics of Colour Naming in the Khanty, Mansi and Russian Languages
Andreeva Lyudmila Anatol'evna, Khudobina Ol'ga Fedorovna, Moldanova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
249-253Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Specificity of Translating Original Similes Containing Semantically Paradoxical Combinations of Components (by the Material of T. Pratchett’s Novels of the Discworld Series)
Baranova Taisiya Mikhailovna
254-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Evaluativeness of Academic Discourse through the Lenses of Translation: Potential of Digital Technologies
Vodyanitskaya Al'bina Aleksandrovna
262-267Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Evolution of Borrowed Words Dictionaries in the Chinese Language
Gong Lei, Kasymova Ol'ga Pavlovna
268-273Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Article Forms of Postpositions in the Modern Eastern Armenian Language
Kagirova Vasilisa Andreevna
273-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Word of the Year as Modern Linguistic Phenomenon: Comparative Analysis of Linguistic Singularity (by the Material of the Russian, Spanish and English Languages)
Larionova Marina Vladimirovna
278-284Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Translating the English Neologisms in Modern Economic Texts
Mirzamova Anelya Suleimanovna
284-290Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Component Actualization in Field Comparison of Phraseological Units (by the Material of the Russian, English and Spanish Phraseological Units with the Component "Head")
Titarenko Nataliya Vladimirovna
290-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Conceptual-Cognitive Scenario "Examination" in Language Consciousness of the Chinese and Russian Students
Zhang Dong, Chulkina Nina Leonidovna
294-298Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
Faunonymous Vocabulary in the Ancient Chinese Poetry and Peculiarities of Its Translation into Russian
Zhao Panpan
299-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
The German-Slavonic Parallels within the Semantic Field "Livestock" in the German Lexicographic Sources
Sheshkina Tat'yana Fominichna
303-307Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 6.
The Russian Literature of the War Years. On the 75th Anniversary of Victory
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
5-15Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Specificity of Graphic Design of A. P. Chekhov’s Book "Sakhalin Island"
Borisova Irina Mikhailovna, Provatorova Ol'ga Nikolaevna
16-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Artistic Originality of V. P. Sysoev’s Naturalistic Prose
Vasil'eva Tat'yana Vladimirovna
20-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Poetics of the Symbol "Witch’s Hair" in Yu.V. Buida’s Story of the Same Name
Dedyukhina Ol'ga Vladimirovna
24-28Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Ancient Sources of V. T. Shchukin’s Novel "Red Cloaks": Xenophon of Athens’s "Hellenica"
Kazeeva Elena Aleksandrovna, Bogatova Mariya Andreevna
29-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
"Artist’s Book" - Creative Union of a Writer and a Painter ("Boris Godunov" by A. S. Pushkin and V. I. Shukhaev)
Kapitsa Vera Fedorovna
34-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Typology of Biographical Genre in the Russian Literature of the XX-XXI Centuries (by the Material of Works by B. K. Zaytsev and A. N. Varlamov)
Kostyleva Irina Aleksandrovna
38-43Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
"Chinese Text" and "Chinese Context" in the Russian Literature of the XIX Century
Krasnoyarova Anna Aleksandrovna
43-48Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
In Search of the Essential: Stories of the Writer and Journalist S. N. Makarova-Gritsenko in the Context of the Modern Russian Literature
Lebedinskaya Viktoriya Grigor'evna
48-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
"My Cherry Orchard" by A. Slapovsky: Modern Interpretation of Chekhov’s Dramaturgy
Ramazanova Gyul'naz Gilemdarovna, Faizrakhmanova Al'fiya Anvarovna
53-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Reception of Folk Drama in L. N. Tolstoy’s Creative Work
Sizova Irina Igorevna
57-64Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Role of Problematics and Artistic Principles of Nurdin Muzaev’s Poem "Surkho, the Son of Ada" in Evolution of the Lyric-Epic Genre in the Chechen Literature
Dauletukaeva Kamila Dundovna
65-69Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Artistic Originality of the Komi Poet A. P. Razmyslov’s Creative Work
El'tsova Elena Vlasovna
70-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Specificity of Conflict in F. Yarullin’s Tales-Plays
Nureeva Gul'shat Il'shatovna
74-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Formation and Evolution of the Short Story Genre in the Kabardinian Literature of the Second Half of the XX Century
Khavzhokova Lyudmila Borisovna, Kuantova Zhanna Yur'evna
78-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Artistic Originality of C. F. Meyer’s Novella "The Amulet"
Anisimova Aleksandra Naumovna, Efremova Yuliya Ivanovna
83-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Evolution of Private Detective’s Image in A. C. Doyle’s Prose
Vareshin Nikita Vladimirovich
87-93Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Specificity of Occult and Mystical Approach to Breath Phenomenon in E. A. Poe’s Story "Loss of Breath"
Kapustkin Aleksandr Andreevich
93-97Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Basic Trends of the Turkish Immigration Literature in Germany
Perfil'eva Zinaida Evgen'evna
97-102Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
The Documentary and the Artistic in the Novel "Oona & Salinger" by Fr?d?ric Beigbeder
Podavylova Irina Aleksandrovna
103-107Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
"A Star Called Sun": Symbolic Interpretation of Components in the Newly Appeared Set Expression of the Russian Language
Abramova Veronika Igorevna, Arkhangel’skaya Yuliya Vladimirovna
117-121Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Verbal Aggressiveness as Language Phenomenon Hindering Learning Process
Barchenkova Yana Vladislavovna, Sheiko Elena Vladimirovna
122-125Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Specificity of Responsive Replicas with the Interrogative Word "Why"
Wang Lina
126-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Overcoming Semantic Oppositions in Semiotically Complicated Fiction Texts
Wang Na
131-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Category of Evaluation in the Russian Phraseology
Verzilova Arina Aleksandrovna
134-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Historical and Etymological Analysis of Exotisms, Ethnographisms and Non-Equivalent Vocabulary in V. I. Dal’s "The Lezginian Assan’s Stories about His Adventures"
Guseinov Garun-Rashid Abdul-Kadyrovich, Emirbekova Benevsha Nadirovna
138-142Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Game Names in the System of Lexico-Grammatical Categories of Nouns
Kovalykh Elena Valer'evna, Molchanova Natal'ya Sergeevna
142-147Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Semantic Opposition "Truth - Lie" within the Dichotomy "God - Devil" (by the Material of Hagiographic Literature of the XV-XVII Centuries)
Pisar' Nadezhda Vladimirovna
148-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Communicative Situation of Public Interaction in Intellect Show "Smart Boys and Girls"
Rodnova Mariya Andreevna
152-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Emotional-Expressive Phraseological Units in Scientific Texts
Shishlova Irina Yur'evna
156-160Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Temporal Adverbs in the Modern Khakass Language
Chugunekova Alena Nikolaevna
161-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Specificity of Representing Information Sources in the German-Language Arctic Media Discourse
Astakhova Tat'yana Nikolaevna
166-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Lexical Means of Creating the Image of the International Tchaikovsky Competition in the Modern English-Language Media Discourse
Barsukova Elena Aleksandrovna
170-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Linguocultural Type "Lady" (by the Material of J. Austen’s "Pride and Prejudice")
Danchuk Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Shakhmaeva Dar'ya Alekseevna
174-178Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Dynamics of Genre-Structural Peculiarities in the German-Language Poetic Discourse of the XXI Century
Datsko Dar'ya Aleksandrovna
179-183Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Cluster Analysis as a Method of Studying Affixal Word Formation (by the Material of the English Language)
Dmitrieva Elizaveta Igorevna, Telegin Lev Aleksandrovich
183-189Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
The English Phraseological Units as a Source of Information on Occupations and Professions
Dolgova Elena Vladimirovna
189-193Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Schwank Figurative Means as a Key to Understanding the Russian Germans’ Worldview
Drukarov Mikhail Evgen'evich
193-199Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Types of Polysemy of the English Idioms
Ivanova Elizaveta Vasil'evna
199-203Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Semantic Processes in the English Terminological System of Transport Logistics
Karavaiskaya Ol'ga Sergeevna
203-207Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Dynamics of the Concept SPORT/HORSES by the Example of the English Idioms
Lyakhova Elena Georgievna, Moroz Natal'ya Yur'evna
207-211Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Oscar Wilde’s Colour Palette in the Novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray" as Representation of the Author’s Aesthetic Worldview
Pavlenko Larisa Gennadievna, Savitskaya Anzhelika Nikolaevna
211-219Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Linguistic Representation of Information Source in Situation of Rumour (by the Material of the English-Language Media Texts)
Ramantova Ol'ga Vyacheslavovna
219-224Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Verbs Actualising Semantics of Doubt Modality in Texts of the English-Language Publicistic Discourse
Skorobach Natal'ya Yur'evna
224-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Lexical Means of Evaluation Representation: Unity and Struggle of Opposites (by the Material of the English-Language Articles on the British Monarchy)
Strokan Elena Vladimirovna
229-236Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Mixed Metaphor and Malaphor in Cognitive Anti-memetics in the English Language
Taymour Maria Pavlovna
236-240Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Heroic Myth as a Source of Proper Names (by the Material of the English Language)
Yuyukina Lyudmila Viktorovna, Garanina Natal'ya Viktorovna
240-244Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Spanish Quantitative Adverbs in Author’s Idiolect (by the Material of the Novels of the XIX-XX Centuries)
Boichuk Elena Igorevna, Dzhonson Mariya Aleksandrovna
245-250Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Biofeedback Method in Simultaneous Interpreting
Balaganov Dmitrii Vladimirovich
251-256Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Field Modelling of the Migrant Image (by the Example of the Modern American Literature)
Borovitskaya Eva Igorevna
256-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Organising Principles of Verbal Manipulative Communication Practices
Larionova Tat'yana Vladimirovna
261-265Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Situational Model of Speech Production: Genesis and Specificity
Lysenko Sergei Vladimirovich
266-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Specificity of Phraseological Unit Semantics: Contextological Approach (by the Example of the Phraseological Unit "Field Day")
Andreeva Mariya Igorevna
270-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Typology of Original Similes from the Viewpoint of the Recipient’s Perception in the Translation Aspect
Baranova Taisiya Mikhailovna
274-280Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Allusions in the Russian-Language and English-Language Movie Slogans
Galikhanova Farzaniya Ul'masovna, Davletbaeva Diana Nyailevna
280-284Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Functioning and Referential Peculiarities of Tense Forms with the Systemic Semantics of Imperfect in the Germanic, Romance and Slavonic Languages (by the Example of the English, French and Russian Languages)
Demidkina Dar'ya Aleksandrovna, Marzoeva Irina Vladimirovna
284-288Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Olfactory Code in the Russian and English Versions of A. P. Chekhov’s Stories
Olitskaya Dar'ya Aleksandrovna, Chertkova Viktoriya Viktorovna
289-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Philological Peculiarities of the Taoist Treatise "Tao Te Ching" as Inexhaustible Source of Hermeneutic Interpretations (by the Material of the Analysis of the First Chapter and Its Russian Translations)
Rudenko Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, Meng Xia
294-300Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Problem of Translating Spanish Realia
Toporkova Yuliya Aleksandrovna
300-304Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Means to Express Temporality in the Russian and Chinese Languages
Qu Rui
304-309Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 5.
Male and Female Images in L. Petrushevskaya’s Plays (Linguistic Aspect)
Bil' Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Andreeva Svetlana Mikhailovna, Kulyupina Galina Alekseevna
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Concepts MOTHER, FATHER, CHILDREN as Representatives of "Family World" (by the Material of the Kuban Phraseology)
Burdun Svetlana Vladimirovna
13-18Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Specificity of Lexical Representation of ÊÎÍÜ (HORSE) Concept in the Kuban Phraseological Fund
Epatko Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
19-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Verbal Aggression in Publicistic Discourse (by the Material of the Russian Political Talk Shows)
Kalinina Marina Anatol'evna, Kalinina Margarita Vladimirovna
24-27Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Stylistic Contamination in Business Correspondence of the 1930-1940s
Kornienko Kristina Borisovna
28-31Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Phonetic Means to Create Verbal Humour (by the Material of N. Nosov’s Stories for Children)
Sun Ye
32-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Gender Markers in the Modern English-Language Literature
Amirova Oksana Georgievna
39-42Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
On the Status of Particles in the German Language
Belyaev Andrei Nikolaevich
43-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Linguistic Peculiarities of Migrant Writers’ Works (by the Material of the German Language)
Biryukova Evgeniya Viktorovna, Grishina Dar'ya Dmitrievna
47-50Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
National and Cultural Specificity of Zoomorphic Figurative Means in the Novel "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini
Bolotina Yuliya Petrovna
51-55Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Ethno-Literary Identity through the Lenses of Multicultural Artistic Discourse by the Example of the Arabic American Novel "Arabian Jazz" by Diana Abu-Jaber
Dubovitskaya Mariya Anatol'evna
55-59Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Specificity of Translating the Japanese Forms of Address and Name Suffixes into German (by the Material of Manga Comics)
Kornilova Lyudmila Evgen'evna, Kosyakova Anastasiya Evgen'evna
59-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Compressive Function of Anglicisms and Their Derivatives in the Modern German Language
Kudrikova El’vira Ivanovna
64-68Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Problems of Lexicographical Description of the Altai German Dialects
Moskvina Tat'yana Nikolaevna, Pavlenko Anastasiya Nikolaevna
68-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Valency Potential of Verbs of Spatial Localization in the German Language
Petryanina Ol'ga Valer'evna
72-76Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Specificity of Syntax of Subordination in the Modern German Language at Pre-Verbal Stage of Statement Generation
Skrebova Ekaterina Gennad'evna, Mitina Galina Vladimirovna
76-80Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Attributive Word Combinations from the Viewpoints of Traditional and Cognitive Approaches (by the Material of the English Language)
Tkachenko Anna Vadimovna
80-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Conceptual Sphere "Human Being" as a Source of Semantic Derivation in the English Language
Tokareva Ol'ga Vladimirovna
87-90Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Specificity of Situational Interpretation of Concessive Statement with Concessive quand meme in the Modern French Language
Kamneva Irina Vital'evna, Gorbunova Inna Vladimirovna
91-95Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Variability of Linguistic Means to Express Directive Speech Acts (by the Material of the French Language)
Polevaya Ol'ga Vladimirovna
95-99Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Intermedial Dimension of the Modern Poetical Discourse: Theoretical Survey
Abrosimova Ekaterina Alekseevna
100-104Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Pragmatic Potential of Precedent Phenomena in Advertising Communication
Volkova Roza Aleksandrovna, Kaban'yan Bella Semenovna
105-108Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
On History of "Cangjie Pian" Dictionary
Gur'yan Natal'ya Viktorovna, Kravchuk Aleksandr Ivanovich
109-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Insincere Speech Acts in the English-language University Novels
Zabolotneva Oksana Leonidovna, Kozhukhova Irina Vladimirovna
114-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Intensity of Speech Influence in Socio-Political Debates from the Viewpoint of Argumentative-Strategic Approach (by the Material of the Russian-Language and English-Language Debates)
Kulabukhov Nikita Vladimirovich
118-124Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Problems of Translating Juridical Terminology by the Material of the EU Migration Terminological System
Lomakina Mariya Andreevna
124-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Problems of Word Semantics from the Viewpoint of Linguistic Categories (by the Example of the English Synonyms with the Common Meaning Cunning)
Lukoshus Oksana Gennad'evna
130-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Combinatorial Peculiarities of the Lexemes "Election" and "Se?im" in Poetical Texts of Political Orientation
Onal Inna Olegovna
135-140Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Interlingual Transformations of Speech Acts in Translation Space
Rakhmatullina Dilyara Ravil'evna, Bezmenova Larisa Eduardovna, Stepanova Anna Vasil'evna
141-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Representation of the Concept RELIGIOUS IDENTITY in the Russian and western Linguo-Cultures
Bicharova Mariya Mikhailovna
147-155Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Specificity of Realia Translation in the English Fiction (by the Example of Agatha Christie’s Novel "And Then There Were None")
Korshunova Elena Sergeevna, Stepanova Yulia Fagimovna
155-159Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Strategies to Transfer Specificity of Onomastic Space of N. S. Leskov’s Novel "The Cathedral Clergy" while Translating into English and French
Labko Valeriya Aleksandrovna
159-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Comparative Analysis of Auditory Perception Verbs in the Erzya and Finnish Languages
Mosina Natal'ya Mikhailovna, Paksyutkina Yuliya Sergeevna
163-167Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Comparative Analysis of Metaphors with the Sphere Source "Water Space" in the Vietnamese and Russian Languages (by the Material of Economic Newspapers)
Nguyen Thi Hong Nhung
167-171Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Ways of Translating Cultural and Everyday Realia in the English Versions of A. P. Chekhov’s Play "The Cherry Orchard"
Sereda Elena, Gerasimova Anastasiya Sergeevna
171-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Lexico-Semantic Peculiarities of Forming Poor Children’s Images in the English and Russian Fiction Texts
Yukina Elena Yur'evna
176-182Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Multi-Component Terminological Word-Combination as a Meaningful Dominant of the English-Language Technical Text
Fedyuchenko Larisa Grigor'evna
183-186Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 4.
Artistic Time, Space and Rhythm in I. A. Goncharov’s Essay "The Month of May in Petersburg"
Bagautdinova Gul'zada Gadul'yanovna
5-8Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Zen Buddhism in the Novel "The Sacred Book of the Werewolf" by V. Pelevin
Guo Wei
8-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Motive of Temptation in L. M. Leonov’s Novelistics
Zadorina Alena Olegovna
12-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Reconstruction of the Past in M. Shishkin’s Small Prose (by the Material of the Short Stories Collection "The Half-Belt Overcoat")
Kuryaev Il'gam Ryasimovich
16-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Figurative Paradigm "Human Being - Human Being" in A. Akhmatova’s Poetical Collection "Reed"
Nekoz Olesya Aleksandrovna
21-26Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Specificity of Author’s Self-Identification in Lyrical Works by Lee Yanling - "The Chinese with the Russian Soul"
Samoilenko Tat’yana Vyacheslavovna
26-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
King David the Psalmist’s Image in the Russian Poetry of the XVII-XX Centuries
Khimich Galina Aleksandrovna
30-35Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Images of Nature in Dzhaminat Kerimova’s Creative Work
Alkhlavova Inna Khumkerkhanovna
36-40Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Meaningful and Poetical Originality of the Story "The Legend of Khuga" by I. S. Khugaev
Afanas'ev Oleg Igorevich
40-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Ivan Poddubny’s Disciple: Artistic Image of Athlete and Strongman in Historical Novel
Guseinov Malik Alievich
47-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Family Values in A. Bryzhinsky’s Stories
Ermina Natal'ya Ivanovna
51-54Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Artist’s Destiny in Poetical Interpretation of the Modern Ossetian Writers (by the Material of Works by A. M. Kodzaev and Sh. F. Dzhikaev)
Kabulova Gayana Sogratovna
55-58Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Problem "Man and War" in the Context of S. Faulks’s Aesthetical Search
Belozerova Anna Vladimirovna
59-62Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Claude Simon: Life and Creative Path
Vishnyakov Aleksei Georgievich
63-69Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Reception of J. W. Goethe’s Works by Ferdinand von Zaar
Loshakova Galina Aleksandrovna, Smirnova Lyudmila Evgen'evna
69-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
New Age Mystery: On Genre Nature of G. G. Byron’s Biblical Drama "Cain"
Mikhailenko Elena Nikolaevna
73-76Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Demystification of "Woman Myth" in Early Plays by Elfriede Jelinek
Pridorogina Elena Aleksandrovna
77-80Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Heuristic Dominant in Ch. Aitmatov’s Novel "Cassandra’s Brand"
Savina Mariya Sergeevna
80-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Mythological Allusions in R. D. Harris’s Works as Postmodernist Techniques to Actualize Social and Historical Context (by the Material of the Novels "Imperium" and "Dictator")
Shchemeleva Elena Borisovna
85-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
"Myth-Creation" and "Author’s Myth Creation": Problem of Notions Differentiation
Ermolenko Oksana Vladimirovna
90-94Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Antonymy as a Means to Create Contrast in A. I. Kuprin’s Stories
Viktorina Tat'yana Valentinovna
103-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Precedent Name "Plyushkin" in Modern Communicative Consciousness
Zhilenkova Irina Ivanovna, Titova Anna Sergeevna
107-110Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Description of Culturally Specific Units: Linguo-Culturographical Aspect (by the Example of Clothes, Footwear and Hat Names)
Li Junying
111-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Linguistic Personality of Khalimat Bairamukova: Value Aspect
Alieva Tamara Kazievna, Edieva Radmila Yusufovna, Bidzhieva Lyudmila Yusufovna
116-120Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Buryat Constructions of Cause and Purpose with Evaluative Component
Darzhaeva Nadezhda Bairovna
120-124Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Semantic Development of Socio-Political Lexemes in the Kabardino-Circassian Language
Zhiletezhev Khazhismel' Chilyanievich, Unatlokov Vyacheslav Khautievich
125-128Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Lexical and Stylistic Means to Realize Verbal Manipulation Strategies in Professional Customs Discourse (by the Material of the English-Language Customs Press)
Dvoinina Ekaterina Vladimirovna
129-132Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Constructive Role of Language in the Modern English-Language News Discourse
Zhiganova Anna Vladimirovna
133-136Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Expressive Colour Nomination in the English-Language Mass Media Texts
Zakharova Viktoriya Anatol'evna
136-140Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Pragmatic Specificity of the English-Language "Stand-Up Comedy" Speeches
Ivanova Svetlana Anatol'evna, Vel'dina Nataliya Grigor'evna
141-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Word-Formative Model "ver- + English stem" in the Modern German Language
Kudrikova El'vira Ivanovna
145-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Micro-Field "Wine Sorts" as a Component of Lexico-Semantic Field "Food" in the Novel "The Black Obelisk" by E. M. Remarque
Kurenkova Tat'yana Nikolaevna
149-154Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Malaphora as a Type of Mixed Metaphor under Conditions of Multi-Paradigmaticity (by the Material of the English Language)
Taimur Mariya Pavlovna
154-158Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Attributive Word Combinations in the Context of Knowledge Formatting (by the Material of the English Language)
Tkachenko Anna Vadimovna
158-162Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Means to Form the English Medical Terms-Eponyms
Khakieva Zalikha Usmanovna, Zekieva Petimat Masudovna, Abdulkhadzhieva Mar'yam Ruslanovna
163-167Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Semantic Formation of Culturally Specific Units in the Terminological System of the British School Education
Tsverkun Yuliya Borisovna
167-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Terminologization in the English-Language Sports Discourse (by the Example of Winter Sports Terminology)
Tsybina Larisa Viktorovna, Koshel'kina Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Izosimova Valeriya Olegovna
171-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Lexico-Semantic and Structural-Grammatical Peculiarities of Phraseological Units with Temporal Meaning in the Spanish Language
Kalashova Anna Samvelovna, Kopnina Olesya Igorevna
175-180Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Realization of Subjective-Evaluative Meanings of Adjectives within the Framework of the Stratification Model of Internet Diaries (by the Material of French Blogs)
Loran Elena Yur'evna
181-186Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Associative Representation of Gr?ve (Strike) Phenomenon in the French Linguistic Consciousness
Sukhorukova Yuliya Sergeevna
186-191Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Psycholinguistic Foundations of Simultaneous Translation
Balaganov Dmitrii Vladimirovich, Knyazeva Elena Georgievna
192-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Phraseological Worldview as Representation of Human Mentality (by the Material of Phraseological Units with Component-Zoonym in the Russian and Lithuanian Languages)
Vaulina Svetlana Sergeevna, Golubenko Ol'ga Mikhailovna
198-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Universal and Nationally Specific Semantic Features of the Lexemes Ñåðûé and Grey in Colourative Collocations of Newspaper Discourse
Vlavatskaya Marina Vital'evna, Tsvenger Larisa Vladimirovna
203-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Functional-Semantic Analysis of Occasional Collocations in the Ode "Bonaparte" by A. de Lamartine
Emel'yanova Anastasiya Vyacheslavovna
210-215Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Experimental Research on Peculiarities of the Evenks-Bilinguals’ Linguistic Consciousness (by the Example of the Concept ×ÅËÎÂÅÊ/ÁÝÅ/ÊÈ?È)
Zakharova Nataliya Egorovna
215-219Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Mechanism of Discursive Space Transformation in the Situation of Verbal Conflict
Larionova Tat'yana Vladimirovna
220-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Functioning of the Romanian Military Terms in Discursive Space of the Network Media (Actualization and Determinologization)
Malysheva Elizaveta Yur'evna
226-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Prosodic Markers of Communicants’ Maximum Emotional Level under Conditions of Abnormal Communication
Martynova Elena Mikhailovna
231-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Criteria to Identify a Non-Marked Intertextual Unit in the Poetical Text (by the Material of the English-Language Poetry)
Sergodeev Il'ya Vital'evich
235-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Creolized Text of the Modern Mass Media as a Means to Form Readers’ Emotional-Evaluative Attitude
Skorokhodova Elena Yur'evna, Borodyanskaya Ekaterina Andreevna
242-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Peculiarities of Onym Usage in I. A. Bunin’s Stories (by the Material of the Stories Included in the First Part of "Dark Alleys" Cycle)
Sotnikova Elena Aleksandrovna, Ivanova Marina Yur'evna
246-249Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Linguistic Peculiarities of Marketing Communication (by the Material of Instagram Publications in the Russian, English and German Languages)
Biryukova Evgeniya Viktorovna, Borisova Elena Georgievna, Khokhlova Irina Viktorovna
250-254Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Anglicisms in the Modern French Language in Comparison with Russian: Contextual Study
Gorelik Polina Leonidovna, Peten Nataliya Vital'evna, Bryukhovskaya Lyudmila Grigor'evna
255-259Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Communicative and Functional Approach to Studying Representation of Silence Phenomenon in Proverbs and Sayings (by the Material of the Russian, English and German Folk Aphorisms)
Denisova Elena Aleksandrovna, Lipatova Yuliya Yur'evna
259-263Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Comparative Analysis of Disagreement Expression Means in the English and Spanish Languages (by the Material of the Novel "The Dollmaker of Krakow" by Rachel Romero)
Deputatova Natal'ya Anatol'evna, Shangaraeva Liya Faridovna, Akimova Ol'ga Valer'evna
263-267Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Inter-Discursive Inclusions in the Aspect of Translation (by the Material of Ch. Tomlinson’s Poems)
Kovalenko Galina Fedorovna
268-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Transformation of Personages’ Speech Portraits in the English Dub of the Film "Moscow Does not Believe in Tears"
Morilova Ekaterina Sergeevna, Kidyarova Anna Andreevna
271-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Specificity of the English and Russian Comparisons in Linguo-Culturological Aspect
Ryzhenkova Anna Aleksandrovna
278-284Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Specificity of Taxis Relations in the Russian and Chinese Languages
Qu Rui
285-289Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Semantic Peculiarities of Phraseological Units with the Component "Clothes" in the English, German and Russian Languages
Yusupova Liya Gayazovna, Kuz'mina Ol'ga Dmitrievna, Kuznetsova Il'vira Ildusovna
290-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 3.
Influence of Books on the Formation of Heroes-Teenagers’ Personality (by the Material of the Modern Children’s and Adolescent Prose)
Bozhkova Galina Nikolaevna, Salakhova Diana Renatovna, Solunova Yana Alekseevna
5-9Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
"Keep Silence to Poetry": "Silence" in M. S. Petrovykh’s Life and Creative Work
Wang Mengjiao, Ponomareva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
9-14Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Landscape Functions in V. M. Golovnin’s Prose
Vereshchagina Kseniya Andreevna
15-18Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Typology of Heroes’ Images in the Industrial Novel of the 1920-1970s by the Material of the Russian Literature of the Soviet Period
Gaganova Anna Anatol'evna
18-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Specificity of Using Real Personages’ Images in N. V. Gogol’s "Selected Passages from Correspondence with Friends"
Ershov Artem Gennad'evich
25-28Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Mysterial World of A. Tarkovsky’s Poem "I Am a Shade among Those Shades..."
Ibatullina Guzel' Mrtazovna, Kosterkina Ol'ga Vasil'evna
29-32Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
"The Man Who Wished..." (Principles of Comical Inadequacy in Chekhov’s "The Seagull")
Kichigina Viktoriya Viktorovna
33-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Specificity of B. Akunin’s Historical Novels of "Anatoly Brusnikin" Series
Os'mukhina Ol'ga Yur'evna, Karpov Anton Dmitrievich
37-41Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
The Russian Emigration of the XX Century in China: Specificity of Poetical Works of V. Pereleshin, A. Nesmelov and A. Achair
Pei Jiamin
42-45Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Author’s Strategy of Semantic Broadening in M. I. Tsvetaeva’s Poem "The Ratcatcher"
Rad' El'za Anisovna, Yakovleva Dar'ya Sergeevna
46-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Problematics of the Bashkir Novels of the 1950-1960s
Gareeva Gul'fira Nigamatovna
52-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Mythological Code in the Poem "The Winged Kutkh, or the Chant of Love" by Georgy Porotov
Khazankovich Yuliya Gennad'evna
57-60Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Story Event in the Novel "The Confessor" by D. Silva
Asanova El'zara Ridvanovna
61-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Methodological Potential of F. Schleiermacher’s Hermeneutical Theory (Based on the Analysis of Light and Darkness Concepts in S. Rushdie’s Novel "Joseph Anton" and Seasons in H. Adams’s Novel "The Education of Henry Adams")
Gashkova Viktoriya Aleksandrovna
67-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Christopher Marlowe’s Image in the Novel "A Dead Man in Deptford" by A. Burgess
Smyslova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
73-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Motive of Silence in the Novel "February Shadows" by E. Reichart
Shastina Elena Mikhailovna
79-84Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Mirror as an Image and Symbol in Foreign Literary Tale of the XIX-XX Centuries
Shkurskaya Ekaterina Alekseevna
84-87Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Gender Representation of Dream Motive in the Russian and Foreign Women’s Prose
Zhelobtsova Svetlana Fedotovna, Barashkova Svetlana Nikolaevna
88-92Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Derivational Potential of Synonymous Verbs Îùóùàòü (Perceive) and ×óâñòâîâàòü (Feel): Comparative Analysis
Guo Lin
101-107Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Lexical and Semantic Repetition in the Play "Sun Line" by I. A. Vyrypaev
Egidareva Arina Dmitrievna, Zhuravleva Kira Anatol'evna
108-112Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Stylistic Devices of Sound Imitation in Children’s Prose
Marinchenko Irina Aleksandrovna, Vasil'eva Elena Vasil'evna
113-117Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Composites Variants and Cognate Synonyms. Problems of Lexicographical Description
Merkur'eva Nataliya Mikhailovna
117-121Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Specificity of S. V. Lavrov’s Speech Image
Minibaeva Svetlana Vinerovna, Mineeva Anastasiya Anatol'evna
121-125Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Province Phenomenon in the Humanities: Analytical Survey
Parshina Ol'ga Dmitrievna
126-129Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Light in Literary Space of A. Blok’s "Verses about the Beautiful Lady"
Spivakova Elena Mikhailovna
130-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Discursive Typology of Fairy Tale (by the Example of A. N. Afanasyev’s Collection "Russian Fairy Tales")
Xu Jingting, Ageeva Yuliya Viktorovna
134-139Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Syntactic Peculiarities of Official Written Texts of the First Third of the XX Century and of the Beginning of the XXI Century: A Comparative Aspect
Chernysh Ol'ga Andreevna
139-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Content and Structure of the Crimean Tatar Anthroponyms
Koroglu Lenura Ablyamitovna
147-150Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Metaphorical Transfer in Hybrid Nomination (by the Material of the German Hybrid Words of the Conceptual Field "Education")
Akkuratova Irina Borisovna
151-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Linguistic Markers of Russophobia in the English-Language Media Discourse
Beloborodova Anna Valer'evna
156-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Nominative Units as Means of Linguistic Representation of the English-Language Linguo-Cultural Scenario "Employment"
Belyakova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
162-166Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Linguistic Means to Express Evaluation in the German-Language Oral Memoirs
Didenko Viktoriya Dmitrievna
166-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Specificity of the English Terms Translation in the Professionally Oriented Text
Krapivina Marina Yur'evna, Fomichenko Anna Sergeevna
170-173Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Evolution of Terminological System of the Subject Area "Information Networks": "Net" vs "Web"
Mironova Galina Vladimirovna, Mironov Aleksandr Leonidovich
174-178Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Lexical Stylistic Means to Create a Personage’s Speech Portrait (by the Material of H. Fielding’s Novel "Bridget Jones’s Diary")
Ponomarenko Larisa Nikolaevna, Mishutinskaya Elena Alekseevna
179-182Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Functional Characteristics of Exclamation Mark in the Modern English Discourse
Ryabova Marina Yur'evna
183-186Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Specificity of Linguistic Arrangement of News Texts on Corporate Websites of the English-Language Automobile Companies
Syresina Irina Olegovna, Gorbacheva Elena Nikolaevna, Bondarenko Svetlana Vladimirovna
186-190Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Concept "Weapon" in the Anglo-Saxon Poem "Judith"
Tatarkina Svetlana Mikhailovna
191-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Morphological Peculiarities of Units with Variational Vocalization of -ed in the Modern English Language
Shekhtman Elina Nakhimovna
197-201Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Functioning of Phraseological Africanisms in the Novels "Les Soleils des Ind?pendances (The Suns of Independence)", "En attendant le vote des b?tes sauvages (Waiting for the Wild Beasts to Vote)" and "Allah n’est pas oblig? (Allah is Not Obliged)" by A. Kourouma
Skorobogatova Taisiya Ivanovna, Suraleva Ol'ga Yur'evna
202-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
On the Problem of Semantic Arrangement of Media Texts (by the Example of Click-Bait Headlines of "The Guardian" Online Newspaper)
Gavrikova Olesya Anatol'evna
207-211Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Means of Nomination and Attributive Characteristic of Males in the Russian, Kuban and Ukrainian Folk Songs
Devitskaya Elena Nikolaevna
211-215Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Specificity of Translating Highly Specialized Terminology of the Subject Area "Financial Market Analysis"
Pankova Tat'yana Nikolaevna
215-221Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Speech Usage of the German Communicative Phrasemes of Speech Etiquette Sphere
Panfilova Elena Gennad'evna
221-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Visualization and Cognition in Military Strategies (by the Material of Figurative Units of Military Subject Area)
Pakhomenkova Olesya Mikhailovna
226-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Grammatical Features of Modal Words in the German and Russian Languages
Averina Anna Viktorovna
230-234Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Translation of the English-Language Colourative Vocabulary Taking into Account Structural and Semiotic Peculiarities of Literary Text (by the Material of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Novel "The Great Gatsby")
Altynguzhin Timur Rinatovich
235-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Translation of Means of Emotiveness from English into Russian in the Novel "Me before You" by J. Moyes
Gatsura Natal'ya Igorevna
238-243Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Comprehensive Analysis of Procedural Phraseological Units in the Russian-Language and English-Language Fiction
Kulakovich Mariya Sergeevna
243-247Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Peculiarities of Translating the English Multicomponent Neologisms into Russian
Rzaeva Sara Mais kyzy
247-252Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Techniques to Translate Anthroponyms and Toponyms in the Modern English Literary Tale
Smirnova Dar'ya Alekseevna, Abdul'manova Adelya Khamitovna
252-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Lexicographical Means and Techniques to Define a Scientific Term in Modern Online Dictionaries
Belkina Irina Valer'evna, Yatsenko Yuliya Nikolaevna, Mashkova Elena Viktorovna
258-263Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Experimental Research on Interrelation of Perceptive and Instrumental Identification Features of Sounding Speech of the Subject of Forensic Identification Expertise
Kaganov Aleksandr Shlemovich
263-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 2.
Peculiarities of the Comical in U. Tazhikenova’s Prose
Baktybaeva Annel' Tleumagambetovna
5-9Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Artistic Originality of the Poetical Cycle "Shakh-mat-ty" ("Chess") by O. N. Gultyaeva
Vyushkova Irina Gennadievna
9-13Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Schoolgirl’s Self-Identification in L. A. Budogoskaya’s Prose of the 1930-1940s
Zolotukhina Anastasiya Vladimirovna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
"At Last I’ve Found..." Impressionist Features in A. I. Kuprin’s Literary Sketches
Kroshneva Marina Evgenevna
17-21Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
W. Stevens’s Poetry in the Aspect of Space (by the Example of Analysing the Russian Translations of the Poem "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird")
Miklukho Yuliya Yuryevna
22-26Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Religious Motifs of N. V. Gogol’s Creative Work in D. S. Merezhkovsky’s Understanding
Song Yinnan
26-31Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Russia and Petersburg in the Russian Emigration’s Poetry in China (N. Svetlov, N. Shchegolev, N. Peterets)
Zang Yunmei
32-39Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Features of Artistic Detail Functioning in "The Simple Story of a Silly Woman" by V. N. Gavrilyeva
Androsova Tatyana Lavrentyevna, Vasilyeva Tatyana Nilovna
40-43Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Professor Ismail Dogan and the Karachay-Balkarian Refugees (Muhajirs)’ Letters
Bittirova Tamara Shamsudinovna
44-47Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Kaisyn Kuliev: Biography and Duality of Thinking
Borova Asiyat Ruslanovna, Khulchaeva Maryam Khazhidautovna, Ali Ismail Amir Adam
47-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Poetics of Dream in P. A. Oyunsky’s Works
Grigoreva Ludmila Pavlovna, Ivanova Asya Gerasimovna
52-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Spatial-Temporal Architectonics of S. Dorzhiev’s Stories
Danchinova Maria Danilovna
56-59Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
In Search of Solution: Motive-Figurative Complexes of Past and Present in Collection "Bulchut" by N. R. Kalitin
Merkel Elena Vladimirovna, Chaunina Natalya Vladimirovna
60-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
National Worldview in Anastasiya Syromyatnikova’s Creative Work
Pashkevich Ol’ga Iosifovna
63-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Visions of Apocalypse: Urban Poetry of the Turn of the ÕIÕ-ÕÕ Centuries (E. Verhaeren, V. Y. Bryusov, A. I. Tokaev)
Khetagurova Dzerassa Kazbekovna
68-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Theme of Fate and Freedom in R. P. Warren’s Novel "Band of Angels"
Belova Sofja Aleksandrovna
74-78Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Author’s Image Representation in Frame Components and Conventions of the Japanese Reincarnation Fantasy
Kovlekov Kirill Ivanovich
78-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Western Publicists’ Poetics in Context of Media Narrative Strategies (by the Material of J. Baudrillard’s and J. Barnes’s Articles and Essays)
Khadzhieva Leila Lechevna
82-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
New Type of Hero in the Scandinavian Novel of the Early XX Century (by the Material of K. Hamsun’s and A. Strindberg’s Creative Work)
Sharapenkova Natalia Gennadievna
86-90Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Family Values of the Yakut People in the Olonkho Epic
Koriakina Antonina Fedorovna, Gerasimova Liliya Nikolayevna
91-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Sociological Approach in Studying History of the Tatar Literary Language: Systematic Review
Mirkhayev Rifat Firdinatovich
105-108Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Lexical Representation of COSSACK Concept Introducing Male Subculture of ‘His Own World’ in the Kuban Phraseology
Burdun Svetlana Vladimirovna
109-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Lexicalization of ÊÎÍÜ (HORSE) Concept in the Kuban Cossacks’ Songs
Epatko Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
114-119Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Representation of Human Emotional Sphere in Dialectal Worldview (by the Material of the Russian Dialects in Bashkiria)
Kezina Svetlana Vladimirovna, Kiseleva Larisa Ayratovna, Sergeeva Larisa Aleksandrovna
119-122Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Specificity of Verbal Interaction between Labour Migrants and the Russian Officials - the Migration Department Employees
Klobukova Lyubov Pavlovna, Molchanova Natalia Sergeevna, Golovina Lyubov Sergeevna
123-128Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Calquing in the Modern Russian Language
Senko Elena Viktorovna, Lenchina Miloslava Romanovna
128-133Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Graphic and Orthographic Features of the Russian-Language Public Signs
Wu Juan, Liu Lifen
134-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Copywriting: Defining the Notion
Shtukareva Elena Borisovna
139-142Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Lexemes with Semantics of Singleness and Primordiality in the Kabardino-Circassian Language: Ethnic Specificity and Functional Peculiarities
Bizhoev Boris Chamalovich, Khezheva Mar'yana Rashadovna
143-147Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Past Participle Functioning in Texts of the Tatar Periodicals of the Early XX Century
Minnullin Bakhtiyar Kimovitch
147-150Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Modern Trends in Pedagogical Discourse Development (by the Material of the English Language)
Bagiyan Aleksandr Yur'evich, Shiryaeva Tatiana Alexandrovna, Chernousova Yuliana Anatolievna
151-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Basic Emotions "Joy" and "Fear" in Discourse of the German Online Mass Media
Baranova Natalia Alexandrovna, Rusyaeva Maria Mihailovna, Amosova Natalia Vladimirovna
156-160Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Fiction Title Semantic and Grammatical Features
Bogdanova Oksana Yurievna, Babayan Vladimir Nikolaevich, Kramarenko Olga Leonidovna
161-164Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Comic Representation of Animalistic Images in the American Linguo-Culture (by the Material of Stand-Up Comedies)
Bochkarev Arsentii Igorevich
165-168Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Means to Express Vertical Context in the Modern English-language Media Discourse
Vinokurova Irina Zhanovna, Redko Mariya Vladimirovna
168-171Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Secondary Nominations in the American Prison Slang (Onomasiological Aspect)
Vorobyova Yelena Nikolayevna, Trifanova Svetlana Sergeevna
172-175Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Linguo-Culturological Analysis of the German Phraseological Units with the Core Component "BIER"
Danilova Victoria Anatolievna
176-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Phonetic, Lexical and Syntactical Means of Expressiveness in Headlines of the English-Language Professional Customs Discourse
Dvoynina Ekaterina Vladimirovna
181-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Specificity of Verbal Manifestation of Memory Processes in Political Discourse (by the Material of the English Language)
Iskhakova Rita Fanisovna
185-190Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Techniques to Translate the Explicative Construction ‘as in’ from English into Russian
Kondrashova (Koz'mina) Vera Nikolaevna
190-193Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Phraseological Pseudo-Anglicisms as Relevant Nominations in the Modern German Language
Nefedova Lyubov Arkadyevna
194-199Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
General Negative Sentences with Adverbial Negation in the English Language
Fayruzova Angela Rasulevna, Yakhibbaeva Larisa Mukhamedovna
199-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Borrowings in the Modern Spanish Language through the Prism of Linguistic Purism
Belonozhko Nadezhda Dmitriyevna
203-207Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Structural Models of the Latin Anatomical Terms
Volkova Marina Gennadievna, Vasilyeva Svetlana Leonidovna, Abramova Anastasiya Anatolyevna
208-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Intertextuality in the French-Language Social Advertisement
Dediurina Ekaterina Iurievna
214-217Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Lexical Means of Expressing Subjective Modality in the Spanish Language
Palii Yuliia Vladimirovna
218-221Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Lexicography of South African English as an Important Trend in Modern Lexicography
Devel Liudmila Alexandrovna
222-226Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Face-Threatening Speech Acts in Academic Discourse (Split-Level Communication)
Zabolotneva Oxana Leonidovna, Kozhukhova Irina Vladimirovna
226-231Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Specificity of Lexical Actualisation of ANGST Concept in the Modern German Newspaper Discourse (in Interview Genre)
Katsitadze Inna Mangurovna, Khristianova Natalya Valerievna
232-236Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Language Situation and Language Legislation in the Canadian Province of Ontario
Kozhemyakina Valentina Alekseevna
236-243Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Formal-Structural Analysis of the Russian Photography Terminology
Kondrat'eva Ol'ga Anatol'evna
243-247Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Verbal Resistance to Political Labelling as a Defensive Means in Information-Psychological War
Kopnina Galina Anatolyevna
248-253Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Role of Associative Experiment in Examination of Visual Advertising
Nikaeva Tatyana Mikhailovna, Danilova Tuyara Anatolyevna
254-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Linguo-Culturological Component of the Chinese Commercial Vocabulary
Ocheredko Yuliya Vladimirovna, Kalikova Anna Mikhailovna
258-262Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Basic Characteristics of Review as Academic Discourse Genre (by the Material of Reviews on Theses and Author’s Abstracts)
Petrenko Yulya Andreevna
262-267Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Evolution of the Basic Value "Labour" in the Modern Russian Linguo-Culture
Khlopova Anna Igorevna
267-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Realisation of Confucian Ideas in Pedagogical Discourse: Linguocultural Commentary
Chu Jianmin, Koshkarova Natalya Nikolayevna
272-276Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Signs Indicating Effectiveness of Professional Speech of Teachers Suffering Consequences of Burnout
Shipilova Kristina Vitalyevna
276-281Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Background of the Problem of Translating S. Freud’s Works into Russian
Belyakov Dmitry Aleksandrovich
282-285Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Specificity of Translating Higher Education Terminology (by the Material of the English, Chinese and Russian Languages)
Kovaleva Olga Nikolaevna, Bai Anastasiya Evgenievna
286-290Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Perception of the Japanese Folk Tales among the English-Speaking Audience
Krasnova Vasilina Yur'evna
290-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Nuclear and Peripheral Cognitive Strategies for Abstracts of Scientific Medical Articles (by the Material of the Russian and English Languages)
Linnik Lyubov Aleksandrovna
295-300Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Referential Status of Personal Names in the Function of a Spatial Localizer in the English and Tatar Languages
Lutfullina Gulnara Firdavisovna
300-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Localization Strategies to Transfer the Modern English Filmonyms for the Russian-Speaking Viewers
Nurtdinova Lilia Rashitovna
304-309Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Deformation as Strategy to Translate Movie Titles: Case Study of the English-Russian and English-Chinese Translations
Sun Minqing
309-315Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 11.
Decadence Philosophy by Fyodor Sologub and "Schizo-Analysis" by Viktor Yerofeyev: Problems of Continuity
Akopova Yuliya Alekseevna
5-8Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Representation of the Decembrist Revolt in Y. P. Polonsky’s Novel "Confessions of Sergei Chalygin" (1867)
Vyushkova Irina Gennadievna
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
N. Berdyaev’s Philosophy in S. Yesenin’s Creative Work
Eremenko Nataliya Alekseevna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
"When Heaven’s Gates Are Open Wide" (Sky Motive in E. D. Luchezarnova’s Creative Work)
Kichigina Viktorija Viktorovna
17-25Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
"Levochka Tries to Immerse into Peter the Great’s Epoch, He Is Absorbed in Reading Historical Books" (Unknown Sources of L. N. Tolstoy’s Concise Records about Figures and Events of Peter the Great’s Epoch)
Kovaleva Galina Nikolaevna
25-32Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
F. M. Dostoevsky’s Views on the Baltic German Problem
Mikhnovetc Mariia Vladimirovna
32-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
M. Yu. Lermontov in Criticism and Journalism of the Russian Emigration in China
Pasevich Zariana Vasilevna
38-45Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Category of Memory in the Russian Literature (from Classical Times to the Present)
Popova Olga Aleksandrovna, Soboleva Olga Vladimirovna
46-49Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Musical Codes in M. Petrosyan’s Novel "The Gray House"
Sinegubova Kapitalina Valerevna
50-54Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Evolution of the "Song" Genre in V. A. Zhukovsky’s Creative Work
Sokolov-Purusin Roman Sergeevich
55-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
M. Gorky’s Epistolary (1901-1902) as a Part of the Writer’s "Uniform Text"
Urtmintseva Marina Genrichovna
62-66Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
On Genealogy of Musical Figurativeness in V. Krivulin’s Poems of the 1970s
Khairulin Timur Pavlovich
66-70Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Concept HAPPINESS in K. Balmont’s and V. Bryusov’s Poetry
Tsurkan Veronika Valentinovna, Zaitseva Tatyana Borisovna
70-74Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
"Return" Motive in the Modern Tatar Dramaturgy
Zakirzyanov Al'fat Magsumzyanovich, Gabidullina Farida Imamutdinovna
75-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Volga Bulgaria Image in the Chuvash Historical Dramaturgy
Kirillova Irina Yurievna
79-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Nostalgic Discourse in N. Gaiman’s Prose
Baronova Elena Vladimirovna
83-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
JOURNEY Concept Representation in Jane Austen’s Artistic Worldview
Erokhina Yulia Evgenievna
87-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Thomas S?billet as Predecessor of Joachim du Bellay ("Art Poetique Francois" and "La D?fense et Illustration de la Langue Fran?aise")
Kropacheva Kseniia Alexandrovna
91-95Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Mirroring as a Category of Poetics in the Novel "Gryll Grange" by Thomas Love Peacock
Lipnyagova Svetlana Gennadievna, Pudova Olga Alexandrovna
95-98Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Specificity of Rethinking the Ancient Greek Myth in Ch. Wolf’s Novella "Kassandra" and "Cassandra’s Path" by J. Voznesenskaya
Osmukhina Olga Yurievna, Beloglazova Ekaterina Alexandrovna
99-103Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Functional-Semantic Approach Existence in Linguistics: Systematic Review
Klyushina Alena Mikhailovna
113-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
The Russian Linguistic Terminology: Systemic Description
Krapivnik Elena Vladimirovna
119-123Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Grammatical Peculiarities of Functional-Semantic Field of Voice (by the Material of the Russian Sentences with Verbs of Contact)
Lebedeva Alexandra Leonidovna
123-127Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
BRIDE Concept in the Russian Linguistic Worldview
Li Olga Dmitrievna, Liu Xiangchun
127-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Structural-Semantic Features of Composite Idiom and Phraseological Unit: Similarities and Differences
Merkur'eva Nataliya Mikhailovna
131-135Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Metaphorical Interpretation of Sainthood in Akathist Hymns
Ryadovykh Natalya Alexandrovna
135-140Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
From "Canteen" to "Kudyablishnaya": Substantivized Adjectives Nominating Trade and Public Catering Enterprises in the Modern Russian Language
Fysina Uliana Nikolaevna
140-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Verbal Forms with the Affixes ‘-äû’ and ‘-?àí’ in the Bashkir Language
Abutalipova Ramzana Askhatovna
145-148Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Semantics of Postpositional Constructions with the Postposition ‘Áåë?í’ in the Tatar Language: Corpus Analysis
Galieva Alfiya Makarimovna, Gatiatullin Ayrat Rafizovich
149-154Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Comparative Phrases with Components-Zoonyms ‘Øû’ (Horse) and ‘Õüý’ (Dog) in the Kabardian-Circassian Language (by the Material of Fiction Texts)
Dzuganova Rita Khabalovna, Oshroeva Karina Vyacheslavovna
155-158Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Ways of Fine Art Terms Formation in the Yakut Language
Ivanova Sargylana Vladimirovna
158-162Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Lexicographical Representation of the Tatar Cultural Component in School Dictionary
Safiullina Gulshat Rafailevna
162-166Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Semantics of the Particle ËÀ in the Khakass Language
Chebodaeva Larisa Il'inichna
166-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Formation of Non-Finite Sub-Paradigm in the Middle English Period (by the Material of the English Poetry)
Burenko Lyudmila Vasil'evna, Ovcharenko Viktoriya Pavlovna
171-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Level of Valent Synsemanticism of the English Causal Constructions (by the Material of the US Presidential and Vice Presidential TV Debates)
Butenko Tatiana Anatolievna
176-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Synonymic Chains of Adjectives of Size with the Meaning "Big Size" in the English Language
Grintsova Oga Vasilievna, Solmanidina Natalya Viktorovna
182-186Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Terms-Eponyms in the English-Language Social Work Terminology
Zhigunova Zhanna Gennadjevna, Kosterina Yuliya Evgen'evna
187-191Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Specific Features of Metaphors Colouristic System in the Modern German Political Discourse
Litvinova Tatiana Ivanovna
191-195Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Stylistic Potential of Elliptical Constructions in the German Advertising Texts
Pervak Tatiana Vladimirovna
196-200Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Terminological Polyonymy as Manifestation of Linguo-Cultural Specificity of the German Preschool Education Terminology
Rudenko Tatiana Ivanovna
200-205Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Translation Transformations and Translation Strategies in the Field of Political Communication (by the Material of the English-Language Mass Media)
Spiridovskii Oleg Vladimirovich, Yakovleva Irina Nikolaevna
205-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
"Hate Speech" Phenomenon in Troll Discourse (by the Material of the French Language)
Bondarenko Alexandra Olegovna
211-215Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Ways of Denoting Colour and Light in the Latin Medical Terminology (by the Material of Anatomical Terminology)
Volkova Marina Gennadievna, Vasilyeva Svetlana Leonidovna, Abramova Anastasiya Anatolyevna
216-220Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Verbal System Evolution in the French Language (Diasystematic Approach)
Lukina Anna Evgen'evna
220-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Phraseological Units Transformation in the French Newspaper Headlines
Iurina Ekaterina Alekseevna
226-231Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Emotional Argumentation in Political Discourse: By the Example of Greta Thunberg’s UN Speech
Geyvandyan Lolita Eduardovna
232-236Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Algorithm for Motivational Analysis of Linguistic Situation (by the Example of Studying Tendencies for Standardization of National Languages in Canada)
Isaev Danil Vladimirovitch
236-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Specificity of Expressing Evidentiality and Mirativity in the Karachay-Balkar Language
Kosheva Astra Shagabanovna
242-248Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Specificity of the Yakut Hotel Names
Olesova Antonina Petrovna, Zakharova Diana Dmitrievna
248-254Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Syntactic and Pragmatic Characteristics of Situational Replicas in Fiction Text (by the Material of Women’s Literature)
Chadova Elizaveta Vladimirovna
254-258Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Modality of the Russian-Language and English-Language Discourses (by the Material of the Bible Texts)
Bobyreva Ekaterina Valerievna
259-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Comparative Analysis of the Russian and German "Adjective + Noun" Collocations
Briskina Elena Viktorovna
265-272Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Problems of Translating the Russian Compound Sentences with Parataxis into Chinese
Wang Lan, Mikhailova Ol'ga Alekseevna
272-276Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Evolution of Dual Voice Construction Formed by Combination of Active and Neutral Voice in the Armenian Language System. Neutralization of Dual Voice Meanings
Zakyan Granush Surenovna
276-281Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Graphical Objects in Wishes from Native Speakers of Foreign Languages (by the Material of the 2020 Vladivostok Wish Tree)
Krayushkina Tatiana Vladimirovna
281-286Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Bilingual Translator’s Techniques to Translate the Russian and Soviet Realia into English (by the Material of S. Dovlatov’s Cycle "The Suitcase")
Pushkina Anna Vladimirovna, Tolstova Olga Valerievna, Krivoshlykova Liudmila Vladimirovna
286-292Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Zoonymic Phraseological Units with Component - Colour Term in the Russian and English Languages: Comparative Description
Skitina Nina Alexandrovna, Solovyeva Nataliya Vladimirovna, Shabanova Veronika Petrovna
292-297Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Representation of FRIENDSHIP Concept in the German and French Languages (by the Material of Paroemias)
Chaiko Natal'ya Nikolaevna, Murieva Meri Valerianovna
298-302Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Translating the Russian Nominative Sentences into Chinese: Semantic and Structural Aspects
Zhang Yuping, Lishmanova Tatiana Evgenievna
302-306Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Value Orientations of Implicit Information in the Russian and Chinese TV Advertising
Zhu Jianin, Zolotykh Lidiya Glebovna, Vasil'eva Yuliya Aleksandrovna
307-312Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Comparative Analysis of Lexical Units Nominating Crimes against Life and Health in the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation and the Model Penal Code of the United States of America
Shashkova Valentina Nikolaevna
313-318Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Research Paper Abstract in English and Russian: Comparative Analysis and Translation Problems
Shutova Nella Maksimovna, Pomeranets Inna Borisovna
318-324Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 10.
Golden Age of the Russian Children’s Literature. Lev Kassil'
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
7-13Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Interpretation of P. Komarov’s Creative Work in Literary Criticism of "Dalniy Vostok (Far East)" Magazine (the 1940-1950s)
Aleksandrova-Osokina Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Huang Jian
14-17Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Transformation of Folk Demonology Images in A. N. Tolstoy’s Cycle "Mermaid Tales"
Golovko Varvara Andreevna
18-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
The Apollonian and the Dionysian in M. Tsvetaeva’s Poem "Seven Hills - Just Like Seven Bells!"
Ibatullina Guzel' Mrtazovna
23-27Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Review Genre in A. R. Kugel’s Criticism
Kirillova Anna Sergeevna
27-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Originality of Fantastic World Development in I. Yefremov’s Novel "The Bull’s Hour"
Os'mukhina Ol'ga Yur'evna, Maiorova Dar'ya Aleksandrovna
31-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Three China’s Images in N. Gumilyov’s Creative Work and Specificity of Their Formation
Pei Jiamin
36-40Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Specificity of Small Prose Genres in M. N. Albov’s Creative Work
Rizaeva Kristina Vladimirovna
40-44Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Song Genre in N. M. Karamzin’s Lyrics: Traditions, Typology, Sentimentalism Features
Sokolov-Purusin Roman Sergeevich
45-49Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
K. S. Aksakov’s Note "About Internal State of Russia" through the Eyes of Slavophiles and Westerners (I. S. Aksakov and A. D. Gradovsky)
Surovtseva Ekaterina Vladimirovna
49-54Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Specificity of Speech Behaviour of O. E. Mandelstam’s Lyrical Hero (by the Example of "Kamen (Stone)" Poetical Collection)
Chernova Yuliya Vladimirovna, Kuznetsova Galina Vasil'evna
54-58Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Kyazim Mechiev’s Poetic Versification of Abusufyan Akaev’s Poem "Äàãúèð-Çóãúðà"
Bittirova Tamara Shamsudinovna
59-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Techniques to Create Risorial Discourse in N. Ishutkin’s Satirical Stories
Ermina Natal'ya Ivanovna
64-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
The Chuvash Women’s Prose in the Context of Modern Literature
Nikiforova Vera Vital'evna
67-71Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Artistic Representation of Pilgrimage Motive in M. Yunys’s Prose
Faezova Landysh Robertovna
71-75Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Theme of Historical Memory in V. Basaa’s Creative Work
Khalkharova Larisa Tsymzhitovna
75-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Artistic Dominants of C. F. Meyer’s Novella "Gustav Adolf’s Page"
Anisimova Aleksandra Naumovna, Efremova Yuliya Ivanovna
80-84Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
From Interiorization to Exteriorization: Conflict between the Detective and the Criminal in G. Swift’s Novel "The Light of Day"
Vareshin Nikita Vladimirovich
84-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Realization of Post-Modernist Concepts (BODY WITHOUT ORGANS, SKIN, SCREEN) in W. Burroughs’s Novel "The Ticket That Exploded"
Lipnyagova Svetlana Gennad'evna, Malinovskaya Ekaterina Andreevna
91-95Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Tradition of Civil Servant Representation in the Chinese Literature and Its Reinterpretation in the XX Century (by the Material of Zeng Pu’s Novel "A Flower in a Sinful Sea" and Chang Eileen’s Autobiographical Essays)
Moshchenko Irina Aleksandrovna
95-100Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Bestiary Metaphorics in F. Wedekind’s Dilogy "Lulu"
Pridorogina Elena Aleksandrovna
100-104Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Ch. Palahniuk’s Creative Process: From Abstract Representation to Material Implementation
Semchenko Raisa Anatol'evna
104-110Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
The English Spy Novel of the XXI Century: Peculiarities and Prospects of the Genre Development
Soina Anastasiya Sergeevna
110-116Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
"N-Town Mystery Plays": Specificity of Arrangement and Scenic Interpretation
Shipilova Nataliya Vital'evna
116-121Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Motive of the Mirror-World in Literary Tales by L. Carroll and V. Gubarev
Shkurskaya Ekaterina Alekseevna
122-125Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Angara Hunters’ Narrative as an Object of Linguistic Studies
Vyazovikina Ol'ga Vyacheslavovna
135-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Z. Prilepin’s Novel "Abode" in Linguo-Semiotic Aspect
Ivanyan Elena Pavlovna, Mikhailova Marina Yur'evna
138-143Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Verbal Term Definition as a Linguistic Form of Expressing Actions, Processes, States, Relations (by the Material of Medical Sublanguage)
Kazarina Svetlana Georgievna, Gulyaeva Tat'yana Yur'evna, Baek Kyung Hee
143-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Institutional Army Discourse: The Image of a Modern Military Man (by the Material of Associative-Verbal Experiment)
Pronicheva Ol'ga Yur'evna
147-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Alogisms in Colloquial Speech (by the Material of Scenic Dialogues)
Sidorova Elena Vladimirovna, Podshivalova Nataliya Il'inichna
151-154Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Synchronic and Diachronic "Portrait" of Personal Name in Regional Onomastic Space ("Òèìîôåé" Name in the Kuban Onomasticon)
Belyaeva Marina Yur'evna
155-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Derivational Development of the Borrowed Buddhist Terms in the Buryat Language (by the Material of Affixal Word-Formation)
Budazhapova Larisa Batuevna
161-164Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Personal Names of the Armenian Diaspora Representatives in the Multicultural Space of Krasnodar Territory
Sartaeva Lyudmila Ivanovna
165-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Quotations in Headlines of the English-Language Media-Texts (by the Material of the Online Editions "The Independent" and "The Telegraph")
Varzapova Viktoriya Yur'evna
170-175Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Neologisms Formation through the Prism of Culture-Oriented Linguistics (by the Material of the Modern German Language)
Volina Svetlana Aleksandrovna, Doinikova Marina Igorevna
175-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Thematic Classification of Phraseological Units in Youth Language (by the Material of the Modern German Language)
Guseva Alla Efimovna, Manukyan Kristina Mikhailovna
181-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Phraseological Units with the Component - Colour Term ‘Schwarz’ (Black) in the Modern German Language
Doinikova Marina Igorevna, Volina Svetlana Aleksandrovna
185-191Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Correlation of Metaphor Logical Structure and Cognitive Dissonance Phenomenon (by the Material of the English Language)
Zayats Anna Aleksandrovna
191-195Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Transformation of Paroemiological Units in the Modern English Language
Ionina Anna Al'bertovna
196-201Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Modern Contaminants in the German Language at the Crossroads of Cultures and Languages
Kosova Ol’ga Aleksandrovna
201-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Structural-Semantic Arrangement of the English Phraseological Units with Animalistic Component
Likhacheva Zhanna Vladimirovna
206-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Means of Expressing Emotions in the Modern British Literature: Lexical and Grammatical Aspects (by the Example of J. Moyes’s Novel "Me before you")
Pushkina Anna Vladimirovna, Amirumova Viktoriya Aleksandrovna, Krivoshlykova Lyudmila Vladimirovna
210-216Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Actualization of Armed Enemy Image in M. Thatcher’s Political Discourse
Radyushkina Anna Anatol'evna
217-222Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Phraseological Expressions as a Means to Realize the Category of Emotiveness in the German-Language Publicistic Texts of Juridical Subject Area
Skotnikova Tat'yana Andreevna
222-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Holophrastic Constructions in the English Language and Their Translation into Russian (by the Material of the Modern English-Language Fiction)
Fedorova Natal'ya Vladimirovna, Karpova Anastasiya Vasil'evna, Kuznetsova Marina Vladimirovna
226-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Structural-Etymological Analysis of the English Phraseological Units in the Sphere of Sport with the Onym Component (by the Material of the English Language)
Tsybina Larisa Viktorovna, Garan'kin Dmitrii Gennad'evich
230-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
RACISM Concept in the Afro-American Rap Discourse
Shimberg Svetlana Stanislavovna, Lobyakova Darina Nikolayevna
235-239Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Title, Synopsis and Slogan as Functional and Pragmatic Elements of Film Text (by the Material of the Modern French Film Discourse)
Anisimov Vladislav Evgen'evich
240-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Structural-Semantic Characteristics of Elliptical Imperative Sentences (by the Material of Stephen King’s Novel "11/22/63")
Deputatova Natal'ya Anatol'evna, Shangaraeva Liya Faridovna, Biktagirova Zubaida Al'bertovna
246-249Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Concessive Semantics in Modern Media Texts of Interview Genre (by the Material of the German Language)
Koval'chuk Nadezhda Vladimirovna, Tsybenko El'zara Olegovna
250-253Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
The English Inclusions and Borrowings in the French-Language Internet Space: Language Policy and Customary Usage
Kotlyarova Tat'yana Yakovlevna
254-258Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Evaluative Meanings of R. Kipling’s Poetical Metaphors within the Concept QUEEN and Their Role in Creation of Cognitive-Stylistic Effects
Kupriyanova Svetlana Aleksandrovna, Mazirka Irina Olegovna
258-270Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Theoretical Study of the Chinese Syllable Variation
Li Yifang
271-275Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Specificity of the Russian Cultural Realia Presentation in the Russian and English Versions of V. V. Nabokov’s Novel "Conclusive Evidence"
Mitina Ol'ga Alekseevna
275-279Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Communicative Purposes of Taboos Violation in the German Electronic Media Texts with Elements of Satire
Mukhametdinova Tat'yana Yur'evna
279-283Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Linguistic Representation of the Macro-Concept TRINITY (by the Material of the Russian and English Bible Versions)
Pashkov Sergei Mikhailovich
284-291Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Structural Types of the English and Russian Exclamatory Sentences
Peshkova Anna Borisovna
291-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Theoretical Aspects of Studying Polycode Text in Modern Linguistics
Zou Huajing
295-298Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Role of Toponyms in the English and Russian Evaluative Statements
Shustrova Elena Nikolaevna
298-302Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Morphological Reduction as a Mechanism of Grammaticalisation in the English and German Languages
Avagyan Asmik Armenovna
303-307Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Creating Subtitles for People with Hearing Impairment as a Special Type of Audio-Visual Translation (Comparative Analysis of the British and Russian Experience)
Dedyukhina Anna Sergeevna, Ivanova Svetlana Anatol'evna, Shageeva Anna Alekseevna
307-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Semantic Development of the Adjective ????????? in the Early Greek Epos
Druzhinina Ekaterina Andreevna
312-315Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Functioning of Logical Figures in the Modern Sermon: The Original and the Translation
Sorokina Lyudmila Sergeevna
316-319Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Cross-Cultural Analysis of the Lexeme "Êîñà" (Plait) in the Kuban, Russian and Ukrainian Folk Songs by the Material of the Contrastive Dictionary
Fin'ko Ol'ga Sergeevna
320-323Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
Visual Context as a Way of Representing Technical Knowledge
Fedyuchenko Larisa Grigor'evna
324-329Philology. Theory & Practice
2020. ¹ 1.
THE BYGONE SIXTIES. N. G. CHERNYSHEVSKY
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
7-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ARTISTIC ORIGINALITY OF G. R. DERZHAVIN’S ODE "DOBRADA’S ABODE"
Aleksandrova-Osokina Ol’ga Nikolaevna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
G. V. ADAMOVICH’S MEMORIES OF A. A. AKHMATOVA IN THE CONTEXT OF HIS MEMOIRISTICS
Bezborodnikova Ekaterina Borisovna
17-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
IDEOLOGICAL AND STRUCTURAL STRATIFICATIONS IN A. PLATONOV’S SHORT STORY "IN SEARCH OF THE PERISHING"
Bogdanova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
21-25Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ITALICS IN I. S. TURGENEV’S NOVEL "FATHERS AND SONS"
Borisova Irina Mikhailovna
25-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
INTERTEXTUALITY OF THE NARRATIVE "AFFILIATE" BY S. DOVLATOV: TRANSFORMATION OF MEANINGS
Vlasova Elizaveta Alekseevna
29-32Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SYMBOLISM OF "BETWEEN-THE-WORLDS SPACE" IN E. G. VODOLAZKIN’S NOVEL "LAURUS"
Gudin Denis Sergeevich, Sorokina Nataliya Vladimirovna
33-37Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS BASIS OF THE NARRATIVE BY THE FAR EASTERN WRITER S. P. BALABIN "BORN FROM LOTUS"
Kirillova Elena Olegovna, Feshchenko Dmitrii Sergeevich
38-45Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ABSURDIST DESTRUCTION OF THE SOVIET DISCOURSE IN V. G. SOROKIN’S EARLY PROSE
Merkushov Stanislav Fedorovich
45-49Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
IDEOLOGICAL AND ARTISTIC ORIGINALITY OF N. P. WAGNER’S STORY "NEW YEAR"
Norina Natal'ya Viktorovna
49-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
MYTH AND REALITY IN MARK EFETOV’S STORY "THE LETTER ON TURTLE SHELL"
Oktyabr'skaya Ol'ga Svyatoslavovna
56-60Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SURREALISTIC FIGURATIVENESS OF YU. MAMLEEV’S PROSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE SHORT STORY "CURRENCY")
Os'mukhina Ol'ga Yur'evna, Trushkina Alena Petrovna, Arestova Ol'ga Denisovna
60-64Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
G. R. DERZHAVIN IN THE PERIODICALS OF THE END OF THE XVIII - THE BEGINNING OF THE XIX CENTURY
Ratnikova Ol'ga Evgen'evna
64-69Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
THE MAIN character’s rings AS COMPONENTS of "VICIOUS CIRCLE" MOTIVE IN L. N. TOLSTOY’S NOVEL "ANNA KARENINA"
Sysoeva Ol'ga Alekseevna
69-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
THE UDMURT ESSAY OF THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR PERIOD
Zaitseva Tat'yana Ivanovna, Petrova Elena Nikiforovna
73-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
COMPARATIVE DISCOURSE IN GALIMDZHAN IBRAGIMOV’S WORKS OF THE 1910-1920S
Minnullin Kim Mugallimovich, Ibragimov Marsel’ Il’darovich
78-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
UBYRLY KARCHYK IMAGE IN THE TATAR FAIRY TALES
Minnullin Kim Mugallimovich, Zakirova Il'seyar Gamilovna
81-84Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SYSTEMIC AND HOLISTIC VIEW ON GENRE EVOLUTION IN PROFESSOR G. S. KUNAFIN’S WORKS
Nizamova Razilya Gainislamovna
85-88Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
REMINISCENCES OF "WISE VIRGINS OF ANTIQUITY" IN THE CREATIVE HERITAGE OF "WISE H?LO?SE" (XII CENTURY)
Aribzhanova Dina Zinnyurovna
89-95Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
WORLDVIEW IN M. BOND’S STORY "A SPOT OF DECORATING"
Burtseva Marina Anatol'evna, Vasil'eva Aiyyna Alekseevna
96-99Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
INTERPRETATION OF THE PARABLE OF THE PRODIGAL SON IN THE NOVEL BY KAFA AL-ZOOBI "RETURN HOME, KHALIL"
Vavichkina Tat'yana Anatol'evna, Vlasova Yuliya Evgen'evna
100-105Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ISTANBUL IMAGE IN THE NOVEL BY Z?LF? LIVANELI "CONSTANTINOPLE HOTEL"
Repenkova Mariya Mikhailovna
105-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
COPTIC "MARTYRDOM OF SS. PAESE AND THECLA": NOVEL FEATURES AND BIBLICAL PROTOTYPES
Frangulian Lilia Rubenovna
111-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
POSITION OF A REPRESENTED OBSERVER AS A RECEPTIVE ASPECT OF THE VISUAL IN LITERATURE
Aksenova Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
116-119Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
INTERPRETATION OF LITERATURE ESSENCE BY STRUCTURALISM AND POSTSTRUCTURALISM
Kekeeva Tat’yana Mikhailovna, Ogolova Lyudmila Anatol’evna, Dal’dinova El’za Ochir-Goryaeva
120-123Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
"UNDERGROUND" PERSON IN THE MODERN RUSSIAN PROSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF I. ABUZYAROV’S WORKS)
Nabiullina Adelya Nailevna
123-127Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
META-COMMUNICATIVE IMPERATIVE SITUATION AND ITS DISTINCTIVE FEATURES
Babushkina Mariya Aleksandrovna
143-147Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
FREQUENCY DOMINANTS AND FACTORS WHICH DETERMINE THEM
Bukarenko Svetlana Grigor'evna
147-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
MICRO-ETHNONYMS IN PSKOV DIALECTS AS REPRESENTATION OF CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL FACTORS OF PEASANT MENTALITY
Grigor'eva Nataliya Evgen'evna
151-157Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PRECEDENT STATEMENTS AS ACTUALIZERS OF CULTURAL DOMINANTS (BY THE MATERIAL OF REGIONAL POETRY AND FAMILY GENEALOGIES)
Levina Ella Mikhailovna, Yakimova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
157-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
AUTHOR-NARRATOR’S PERSONALITY IN MEMOIRS DISCOURSE
Ma Ruye
162-166Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
FUNCTIONAL-SEMANTIC CATEGORIES OF NATAL SUPERSTITIONS
Strausov Viktor Nikitovich, Strausova Svetlana Konstantinovna, Frolova Anastasiya Vadimovna
166-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
REPRESENTATION OF TIME IN THE RUSSIAN CULINARONYMS (BY THE MATERIAL OF RECIPE NAMES)
Phan Ngoc Son
171-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
COLOUR TERMS IN THE MANSI RIDDLES
Andreeva Lyudmila Anatol'evna, Khudobina Ol'ga Fedorovna, Sip?cz Katalin
175-179Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PHONETIC PECULIARITIES OF THE SAGAY DIALECT OF THE KHAKASS LANGUAGE
Medvedeva Marina Alekseevna
180-183Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
STRUCTURAL AND SEMANTIC CHARACTERISTIC OF THE INGUSH SYNONYMS
Ozdoeva Eset Gerikhanovna
184-187Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
THE TUVINIAN JURIDICAL TERMS FORMED BY MEANS OF EZ?FE
Salchak Ayanmaa Koshkar-oolovna, Kechil-ool Saida Vladimirovna
188-192Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SEMANTICS AND FUNCTIONING OF THE NUMERAL "ÁËÛ" ("SEVEN") IN THE KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN LANGUAGE
Khezheva Mar'yana Rashadovna
193-196Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SEMANTIC-DISCURSIVE VARIATION OF ADJECTIVES IN THE KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN LANGUAGE
Cherkesova Zareta Valerievna
197-200Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PECULIARITIES OF ACTUAL DIVISION OF INSINCERE STATEMENTS IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE POLITICAL TEXTS
Andryukhina Nataliya Valer'evna
201-205Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
STYLISTIC CONVERGENCE ROLE IN IMPROVING THE ENGLISH POLITICAL DISCOURSE EFFICIENCY
Bondarenko Irina Viktorovna
206-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
NON-FINITE SUB-PARADIGM IN THE OLD ENGLISH PERIOD (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH POETRY)
Burenko Lyudmila Vasil'evna, Ovcharenko Viktoriya Pavlovna
210-215Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
STYLISTIC MEANS OF CREATING THE ARCTIC LANDSCAPE IN THE "NORTHERN" STORIES BY JACK LONDON
Voronin Roman Alekseevich
215-219Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
STRUCTURAL TYPES OF MILITARY SLANGISMS IN THE ENGLISH FICTION OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES
Gamov Anton Nikolaevich
220-223Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CONCEPT INTERNAL SECURITY IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Efremova Mariya Pavlovna
224-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PECULIARITIES OF THE STANDARD SWISS GERMAN PRONUNCIATION ON THE SWISS TV
Zharenova Natal'ya Vyacheslavovna, Savokina Nadezhda Sergeevna
229-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TITLE MINI-TEXTS IN EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE AMERICAN COURSE BOOKS ON CIVIL LAW)
Isaeva Ol’ga Nikolaevna, Krivchenko Irina Borisovna
234-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
LINGUISTIC MANIPULATIVE TECHNIQUES WHEN CONSTRUCTING A BRITISH ARISTOCRAT’S STEREOTYPIC IMAGE
Kovanova Evgeniya Anatol'evna, Shchekina Dina Borisovna
238-242Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
TYPOLOGY OF LADDERS IN THE MODERN GERMAN ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING TERMINOLOGY
Kuznetsova Nadezhda Gen'evna, Stepicheva Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Zaitseva Irina Evgen'evna
242-250Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PHONETIC VARIABILITY OF COMPOUND ABBREVIATIONS IN THE SPHERE OF THE GERMAN LONG-TERM DATA STORAGE TERMINOLOGY
Kuzyakin Aleksandr Sergeevich
251-256Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ANALYSIS OF CONSTRUCTIONS-BLENDS "NEGATIVE EMOTIONAL-EVALUATIVE ATTITUDE - REGRET - DESIRE TO AVOID PERFORMING AN ACTION" IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Semkova Anastasiya Vladimirovna, Gorbunova Tat'yana Vasil'evna
257-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
METAPHORICAL REPRESENTATION OF THE BRITISH MONARCHY: AXIOLOGICAL ASPECT
Strokan Elena Vladimirovna
262-266Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SYNCRETISM ROLE IN DEVELOPING THE SEMANTICS OF THE GERMAN ROOT GEIST-
Sysoeva Alesya Aleksandrovna
267-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SEMANTIC TRANSFORMATION OF THE TOPONYM "ESPA?A" IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT
Karpova Yuliya Anatol'evna, Terent'eva Ekaterina Dmitrievna
272-276Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
INNOVATIVE LANGUAGE TECHNIQUES OF THE MODERN FRENCH WRITER C. DELAUME
Kleimenova Natal'ya Mikhailovna, Bragina Anastasiya Borisovna
276-280Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
LONELINESS CONCEPT IN THE FRENCH LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Lomonosova Yuliya Evgen'evna, Shcherbinin Andrei Yur'evich
280-285Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
FIGURATIVE MEANS TO VERBALIZE THE CONCEPT LA TENTATION - TEMPTATION IN G. FLAUBERT’S CREATIVE CONSCIOUSNESS
Rozanova Nataliya Feliksovna
285-289Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PORTRAYING POLITICIANS THROUGH NICKNAMES IN THE FRENCH PRINT MEDIA LANGUAGE
Telegina Viktoriya Aleksandrovna, Sinel'nikova Irina Ivanovna
290-293Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
SYNESTHESIA IN THE FRENCH FINE ART DISCOURSE
Agapova Ol'ga Vladislavovna
294-298Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
METAPHORIC MODELS TO ORGANIZE MEDIA TEXT (BY THE MATERIAL OF INTERNET-EDITION GAZETA.RU)
Wang Jianing
299-302Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
LEXICO-STYLISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING TOURIST’S INTERNET COMMENTARY
Golovina Elena Viktorovna
302-306Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
"I AM ON THE EDGE BUT I HOLD MYSELF" (COGNITIVE TWO-DIMENSIONALITY OF SPIRITUAL PATH IN K. KINCHEV’S CREATIVE WORK)
Ivanov Dmitrii Igorevich
306-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
POETICAL IMAGE AND SEMANTICS OF NATURAL LANGUAGE
Kadimov Ruslan Gadzhimuradovich
312-316Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
UNDERSTANDING DUALISTIC ETHICAL CATEGORIES IN THE PROCESS OF REFLECTION AS A MEANS TO DEVELOP EMOTIONAL INTELLECT
Kolodina Nina Ivanovna
317-324Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
BLENDING THEORY AS A TECHNIQUE TO DECODE AUTHORIAL MEANING (BY THE MATERIAL OF F. M. DOSTOEVSKY’S PERSONAL LETTER)
Novichkova Lidiya Nikolaevna
324-328Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
NEW ASPECTS OF STUDYING LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY IN MODERN DOMESTIC LINGUISTICS
Ryzhkova Ekaterina Sergeevna
328-332Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ON DESCRIPTION OF A FRENCHMAN’S ARGOT PERSONALITY (PSYCHO-LINGUISTIC ASPECT)
Sedykh Arkadii Petrovich, Smirnova Lyubov' Viktorovna
333-337Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
MULTI-CHANNEL NATURE AND MULTIMODALITY OF PERCEPTION IN A SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETER’S COGNITIVE ACTIVITY
Chistova Elena Viktorovna
337-342Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES OF MILITARY INSTA-BLOGGERS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Shlyakhovoi Dmitrii Aleksandrovich
342-348Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN KINETIC-SOMATIC PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE COMPONENTS HEAD / ÃÎËÎÂÀ, EAR / ÓÕÎ, EYE(BROW) / ÃËÀÇ (ÁÐÎÂÜ), LIPS / ÃÓÁÛ
Shurupova Ol'ga Sergeevna, Khodzhagel'dyev Bairam Durdyevich
348-352Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PARAMETERS TO ASSESS LITERARY TRANSLATION QUALITY WHEN TRANSFERRING HUMOROUS EFFECT
Abaeva Evgeniya Sergeevna
353-356Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
CONTEXTUAL MEANING INFLUENCE ON TRANSLATION OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS YOU (SG) AND YOU (PL) IN LANGUAGES OF DIFFERENT SYSTEMS
Bzegezheva Zulima Zul'karinovna, Ignat'eva Ol'ga Valer'evna, Khoruzhaya Yuliya Nikolaevna
357-360Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
ANALYSIS OF GRAMMATICAL MEANS TO EXPRESS CAUSE IN THE GERMAN AND RUSSIAN FICTION TEXTS OF THE XVIII CENTURY
Kalyatin Igor' Sergeevich
361-368Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
LINGUO-COGNITIVE ASPECT OF ADEQUATE TRANSFER OF FIGURATIVENESS IN LITERARY TRANSLATION
Likhodkina Irina Aleksandrovna
368-372Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
TURKIC PROVERBS IN HIERONYMUS MEGISER’S GRAMMAR "INSTITUTIONES LINGUAE TURCICAE LIBRI QUATOR" ("THE BASIC RULES OF THE TURKIC LANGUAGE") (1612)
Nurieva Fanuza Shakurovna, Petrova Margarita Mikhailovna, Sungatullina Milyausha Maskhutovna
372-378Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATING FOOD NAMES FROM RUSSIAN INTO TUVINIAN (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ORIGINAL AND THE TRANSLATED TEXT OF M. A. SHOLOKHOV’ S NOVEL "VIRGIN SOIL UPTURNED")
Ondar Valentina Suvanovna
379-383Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
VALUE REPRESENTATION OF MERCY AS AN ACTION IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN PAREMIAS
Osadchaya Ol'ga Nikolaevna
383-388Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SHORTHAND SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENT TRANSLATION SCHOOLS REPRESENTATIVES
Chesnokova Anna Aleksandrovna, Zamaraeva Galina Nikolaevna
388-393Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
LEXICO-GRAMMATICAL GROUPS OF THE RUSSIAN AND GERMAN LANGUAGES ACTUALIZING THE SEMANTIC FIELD "HATE"
Epifanova Valentina Valer'evna
394-400Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 9.
VERBUM MUSICUS: TO ALFRED SCHNITTKE’S 85TH ANNIVERSARY
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
7-13Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
MOTIVE-FIGURATIVE STRUCTURE OF A. VAMPILOV’S DRAMA "LAST SUMMER IN CHULIMSK"
Bogdanova Ol'ga Vladimirovna, Tikhonenko Valentina Aleksandrovna
14-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
EVOLUTION OF EKATERINA MASLOVA’S IMAGE IN L. N. TOLSTOY’S NOVEL "RESURRECTION": FROM A FALLEN WOMAN TO "HUMANIZED" CHRIST
Vinogradova Oksana Nikolaevna
20-25Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
AUTOINTERTEXTUALITY IN THE SHORT NOVEL "A FOREIGN WOMAN" BY S. DOVLATOV
Vlasova Elizaveta Alekseevna
26-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
"HOMO SOMATICUS" AND "TRANSMUTED FORM" IN BESTIARY TRADITION OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN LITERATURE
Garipova Gul'chira Talgatovna
30-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
MOTIVE OF SHADOW IN YU. V. BUIDA’S STORY "AT THE KNACKERY"
Dedyukhina Ol'ga Vladimirovna
35-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
MUSICAL METAPHOR IN M. TSVETAEVA’S LITERARY CRITICAL ESSAYS
Egorov Aleksandr Aleksandrovich
38-42Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
MYTHOLOGEME "DEATH - RESURRECTION" IN THE NOVEL "VARICOLOURED ARROWS OF S?LDE" OF THE FAR EASTERN WRITER S. P. BALABIN
Kirillova Elena Olegovna, Feshchenko Dmitrii Sergeevich
42-48Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
ZOOMORPHIC MOTIVES IN YE. I. ZAMYATIN’S TRAGEDY "ATTILA"
Plaksitskaya Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Saprykina Margarita Vladimirovna
48-53Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
CREATION HISTORY AND POETICS OF THE STORY "WHERE LOVE IS, THERE GOD IS ALSO" BY L. N. TOLSTOY
Sizova Irina Igorevna
53-60Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
"BEAUTY" CONCEPT IN YU. V. BUIDA’S STORY "LA TUN"
Sizykh Oksana Vasil'evna
60-64Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
"FAKE HEROES" OF THE RUSSIAN LITERATURE OF THE XIX CENTURY
Smirnov Kirill Valentinovich
64-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
THE PLAY "DUCK HUNTING" BY A. VAMPILOV (ON THE PROBLEM OF THE COMPOSITION)
Shabanova Raisat Yarakhmedovna
68-71Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
REALITY OF "MINORITY" LITERATURE DEVELOPMENT (NIKOLAI KURILOV’S POETRY)
Arzamazov Aleksei Andreevich
72-76Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
BIBLICAL INTERTEXT IN THE NOVEL "HUMAN MOURNING" ("EL LUTO HUMANO") BY JOS? REVUELTAS
Naidenova Natal’ya Sergeevna, Komova Dar’ya Dmitrievna
77-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
STORYLINE PECULIARITIES OF "SEMETEY" EPOS (IN MOLDOBASAN MUSULMANKULOV’S INTERPRETATION)
Omuralieva Zhanar Orozalievna
82-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
"ECOCENTRISM" IN JOHN CLARE’S AND EDWARD THOMAS’S CREATIVE WORK
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
87-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
POETICS OF PAUL VERLAINE’S BOOK OF ESSAYS "LES PO?TES MAUDITS" ("ACCURSED POETS")
Fenko Svetlana Aleksandrovna
91-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
SPECIFICITY OF EXTRAVAGANZA GENRE IN G. B. SHAW’S DRAMATURGY
Chernova Valeriya Alekseevna
97-100Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
"NOT ONLY ABOUT MUSIC": THE WORLD OF MUSIC AND ITS CREATIVE EXPERIENCE IN I. L. SELVINSKY’S LYRICS
Makarova Svetlana Anatol’evna
101-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
"DUAL WORLD" CONCEPT AS AN EXAMPLE OF BINARY OPPOSITION "ONE’S OWN - SOMEBODY ELSE’S" BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND BRITISH FOLK TALES
Tsyupko Elena Vladimirovna
111-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
PECULIARITIES OF ONYM USAGE IN THE WORKS OF THE RUSSIAN SCIENCE FICTION WRITERS
Gavrilova Irina Denisovna, Karimullina Rezeda Nurutdinovna
125-128Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
POETONYMY OF M. A. VOLOSHIN’S FICTION TEXTS
Erokhina Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
128-132Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
FEATURES OF THE GRAMMATICAL FORMS OF PREDICATES AND ATTRIBUTES IN COMBINATIONS OF THE NUMERAL "ÏÎË-" WITH NOUNS OF TEMPORAL SEMANTICS
Zhuravleva Kira Anatol’evna
133-137Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
CERTAIN PECULIARITIES OF USING THE PREPOSITIONS "ÍÀ" AND "Â"
Kalyuga Marika Ashotovna
137-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
ADJECTIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SPEED NOTION IN DERIVATIONAL ASPECT (BY THE MATERIAL OF DIALECT SPEECH)
Martynova Nadezhda Alekseevna
144-148Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
VERBALIZER ÂÅÄÀÒÜ OF THE CONCEPT ÇÍÀÍÈÅ IN THE ESSAY "ABOUT RUSSIA IN THE REIGN OF ALEXEY MIKHAILOVICH" BY G. KOTOSHIKHIN
Shchemelinina Irina Nikolaevna
148-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
COLLECTIVE AND DISJUNCTIVE NUMERALS IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
Ausheva El'za Alikhanovna
152-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
WORD FORMATIVE MODELS OF VERBAL ABSTRACT NOUNS IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
Barakhoeva Nina Mustafaevna, Barakhoeva Zhanna Mustafaevna
156-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
FROM THE YAKUT SPELLING HISTORY: MORPHOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE IMPLEMENTATION
Vasil’eva Nadezhda Matveevna
161-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
POLYPREDICATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE KHAKASS FOLKLORE TEXTS (BASED ON FOLK TALES AND PAROEMIAS)
Chugunekova Alena Nikolaevna
165-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
REPORTING ADVERBS REPORTEDLY AND ALLEGEDLY AS A MEANS OF RENDERING SOMEONE ELSE’S SPEECH IN THE MODERN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE PRESS
Kostanyan Zara Vartanovna
170-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
SEMANTIC-RHETORIC MEANS OF CONSTRUCTING A NEGATIVE ATTITUDE TO IMMIGRANTS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Matytsina Marina Stanislavovna
175-178Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
STOCK EXCHANGE ONOMASTICS AS A SOURCE FOR REPLENISHING THE ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL VOCABULARY
Sidorenko Yuliya Nikolaevna, Bogomolov Sergei Viktorovich
178-182Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
SUBCLASSES OF TECHNONYMS IN THE SPHERE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Solodovnikova Ol’ga Vladimirovna, Buran Anna Leonidovna, Snisar Anastasiya Yur’evna
182-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
SYNONYMIC RELATIONS IN ANATOMICAL TERMINOLOGY OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE
Volkova Marina Gennad’evna, Vasil’eva Svetlana Leonidovna, Shleidovets Tat’yana Aleksandrovna
186-189Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
HYBRID DISCOURSE NATURE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE)
Khotnog Anastasiya Valer'evna
190-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
VERBALIZATION OF THE CONCEPT FRENCH NOBLEMAN IN M. I. TSVETAEVA’S DRAMATIC WORKS
Volkova Elena Viktorovna, Danchuk Ol’ga Vasil’evna
195-198Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
MULTILINGUALISM ROLE IN THE DIALOGUE OF CULTURES IN THE XXI CENTURY
Galavova Gul'nara Vakifovna, Teganyuk Valeriya Viktorovna
199-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
GRAMMATICAL DIFFERENCES IN LINGUISTIC SYSTEMS OF THE SPANISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES AS A BASIS OF INTERFERENCE PROBLEMS
Gnatyuk Ol’ga Aleksandrovna
202-205Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
AFFECTIVE-DESTRUCTIVE MODEL OF REBELLION-REVELRY OF THE "SICK" RUSSIAN SOUL IN K. KINCHEV’S CREATIVE WORK
Ivanov Dmitrii Igorevich
206-209Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
SEMANTIC ORGANIZATION OF LEXICAL SPACE OF AGRICULTURAL AND SOIL MICROBIOLOGY TERMS IN THE ENGLISH, UKRAINIAN AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Kislukhina Marina Viktorovna
209-216Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
COGNITIVE DETERMINATION OF VARIABILITY OF A COMPOUND VERBAL PREDICATE WITH A PHASE BINOMIAL
Petrova Inna Mikhailovna, Beklemesheva Natal’ya Nikolaevna
216-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
LEXICAL ENANTIOSEMY AS A LINGUISTIC ASPECT OF THE OPPOSITION CATEGORY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN AND SLAVIC LANGUAGE GROUPS)
Avdeeva Marina Dmitrievna, Yaroslavtseva Elena Fedorovna, Garaeva Marina Viktorovna
226-232Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
COMPARATIVE-CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF INTERJECTIONS IN THE RUSSIAN AND KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN LANGUAGES
Afaunova Andzhela Anatol’evna
232-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
PROBLEM OF RELIGIOUS LANGUAGE SIMPLIFICATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN TRANSLATIONS OF PSALM 50)
Vladimirova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
236-239Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
STYLISTIC FEATURES OF THE GERMAN ANALYTICAL VERBAL-NOMINAL CONSTRUCTIONS AND PECULIARITIES OF THEIR TRANSLATION INTO RUSSIAN
Gutarova Aleksandra Viktorovna
239-243Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
MARTIN LUP??’S NEW TESTAMENT AS A SOURCE OF THE FOURTH OLD CZECH BIBLE TRANSLATION
Dzhunkova Katarina
244-249Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
VOLUNTEER TRANSLATION IN MODERN TRANSLATION ACTIVITY: STUDY OF TED: OPEN TRANSLATION PROJECT
Kuznetsova Irina Aleksandrovna
249-254Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LEXICO-SEMANTIC FIELDS OF THE CONCEPT JUSTICE IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Potashova Anastasiya Aleksandrovna, Shatilova Lyubov’ Mikhailovna
254-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
DEVELOPMENT TRENDS OF THE GERMAN AUTOMOBILE TERMINOLOGY AND FEATURES OF ITS TRANSLATION
Ratmanova Anastasiya Aleksandrovna, Denisova Elena Aleksandrovna, Zaglyadkina Tat’yana Yakovlevna
258-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
EXPERIENTIAL META-FUNCTION OF PROVERBS FROM THE STANDPOINT OF M. HALLIDAY’S SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH PROVERBS WITH A COMPONENT-ICHTIONYM)
Skitina Nina Aleksandrovna, Polyakova Nataliya Vladimirovna, Shabanova Veronika Petrovna
262-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
LANGUAGE SELECTIVE ABSORPTION OF FOREIGN VOCABULARY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN AND TATAR LANGUAGES)
Tuktarova Guzel' Mansurovna, Shamsutdinova Rasima Ravilovna
270-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
FEATURES OF ETHNIC STEREOTYPES VERBALIZATION IN THE RUSSIAN AND GERMAN PAROEMIAS
Zinecker Thilo Helmuth
274-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
ALGORITHMIZATION OF TOURISM DISCOURSE TEXT TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH
Tsyrempilon Alina Olegovna, Tsyrenzhapova Dolgorma Kheshegtuevna
279-282Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
LINGUISTIC RESEARCH IMPORTANCE IN MODERN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Levina Viktoriya Aleksandrovna
283-289Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
MONOGRAPH REVIEW: KHALUPO O. I. LINGUO-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF NATIONAL COMMUNICATIVE SPACES SUBJECTS’ INTERACTION. CHELYABINSK: CHELYABINSK STATE UNIVERSITY, 2018. 209 P.
Gazizov Rafael Arkadevich
303-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 8.
TYPOLOGY OF INTELLECTUALS’ IMAGES IN A. I. KUPRIN’S PROSE
Akimova Savrina Kazimovna
7-10Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
ARTISTIC CONCEPTION OF THE CHECHEN EVENTS OF THE TURN OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES IN THE NOVEL "THE CHECHEN BLUES" BY A. PROKHANOV
Belous Lyudmila Vladimirovna, Biragova Fatima Rostislavovna
11-15Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
SYSTEM OF MOTIVES IN A. VAMPILOV’S COMEDY "THE ELDEST SON"
Bogdanova Ol'ga Vladimirovna, Tikhonenko Valentina Aleksandrovna
16-21Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN L. N. TOLSTOY’S DOCTRINE IN THE NOVEL "RESURRECTION" AND J. SWIFT’S IDEOLOGY
Vinogradova Oksana Nikolaevna
21-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
CODES OF "PHYSICAL BEING" IN THE RUSSIAN SYMBOLISM PROSE
Garipova Gul’chira Talgatovna
25-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
MILITARY TRAVELOGUE AND ITS ROLE IN A RUSSIAN WRITER’S SELF-DETERMINATION IN THE EUROPEAN CULTURAL SPACE
Goperkhoeva Dar’ya Rashidovna
29-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
MYSTERY MOTIVES IN THE NOVELS "THE ALTAR OF VICTORY" AND "JUPITER DEFEATED" BY V. YA. BRYUSOV
Zolina Dar’ya Valer’evna
35-39Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
SPECIFICITY OF NARRATION SUBJECT IN "THE GIFT" BY V. V. NABOKOV
Kletskaya Svetlana Il’inichna
39-43Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
IMAGE OF "SUPERFLUOUS MAN" IN THE RUSSIAN LITERATURE OF THE XIX CENTURY AND IN THE CHINESE WRITER YU DAFU’S CREATIVE WORK
Liu Yin, Nikol'skii Evgenii Vladimirovich
43-49Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
CREATIVE SPECIFICITY OF THE RUSSIAN EMIGRANT LITERATURE IN CHINA
Myao Khuei, Wang Zhongsheng
50-55Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
RUSSIA’S IMAGE IN A. I. NESMELOV’S POEM "MY COUNTRY, THE COUNTRY OF DARING DESTINY..."
Pervushina Elena Aleksandrovna, Zang Yunmei
55-59Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PECULIARITIES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS IN THE ARTISTIC SYSTEM OF L. N. TOLSTOY’S NOVELISM: PSYCHOLOGISM IN D. S. MEREZHKOVSKY’S INTERPRETATION
Skleinis Galina Al'fredovna
59-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
SPECIFICITY OF NARRATOR’S IMAGE AS NARRATIVE INSTANCE IN N. S. LESKOV’S WORKS OF THE MIDDLE OF THE 1860S - THE BEGINNING OF THE 1880S
Tian Pei
63-66Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
"CITY ON THE EDGE": APOCALYPTIC MOTIVES IN THE YAKUT URBAN TEXT
Noeva Sargylana Eremeevna
67-70Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PROPHETS IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY (THE THEME OF A POET AND POETRY IN THE BASHKIR HISTORICAL NOVEL)
Khasanov Rishat Faukatovich
71-75Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
NARRATIVE STRATEGIES OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVELS IN THE THIRD PERSON (BY THE MATERIAL OF "JOSEPH ANTON" BY S. RUSHDIE AND "THE EDUCATION OF HENRY ADAMS" BY H. ADAMS)
Gashkova Viktoriya Aleksandrovna
76-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
F. M. KLINGER’S DILOGY ABOUT MEDEA: at the interface of "STURM UND DRANG" AND LATE ENLIGHTENMENT
Gladilin Nikita Valer'evich
80-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
ORIGINAL IMPLEMENTATION OF ARCHAIC BELIEFS IN MAGIC FORCE OF A NAME IN THE BRITISH TALES
Egorova Ol'ga Arsenovna
85-88Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
NATIONAL IDENTITY PROBLEM IN THE ENGLISH NOVELS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE NOVEL "WUTHERING HEIGHTS" BY E. BRONT?)
Sklizkova Tina Alekseevna
89-92Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
"A CITIZEN OF THE EARTH": EDWARD THOMAS AS A LINK BETWEEN "ROMANTIC ECOLOGY" AND ECO-CRITICISM
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
92-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
"CONCEPT" NOTION IN LITERARY CRITICISM
Burdin Ivan Valer’evich, Avvakumova Natal’ya Vladimirovna
97-100Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
V. I. LUKIN’S COMEDY "PRODIGAL, CORRECTED WITH LOVE" IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPEAN AESTHETIC INNOVATIONS
Glembotskaya Yana Olegovna, Kuznetsov Il'ya Vladimirovich
101-104Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PROPER NAMES IN LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL IMAGE OF IRAN (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN FICTION TEXTS)
Afshar Mona
117-120Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
SPEECH CULTURE AND ITS ROLE IN PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Balikova Mariya Sergeevna
120-124Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
LINGUISTIC MEANS OF MANIPULATION IN MODERN PADS
Variyasova Elizaveta Vladimirovna, Gramma Dar'ya Viktorovna
124-128Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
LEXICAL REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPTS ÌÓÆÈÊ AND ÁÀÁÀ IN THE MODERN RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC CONSCIOUSNESS
Zaindinova Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Lystsova Yuliya Aleksandrovna
128-133Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
FLASH MOB #10YEARSCHALLENGE IN "INSTAGRAM" SOCIAL NETWORK AND ITS GENRE REALIZATION
Zolotaryova Lyubov' Aleksandrovna, Ugro Anna Vladimirovna
134-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PECULIARITIES OF COLOUR VOCABULARY IN IRINA MURAVYOVA’S FICTION WORKS
Ol'khova Oksana Nikolaevna
138-142Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PHYTONYMIC IMAGES IN M. I. TSVETAEVA’S POETICAL WORLDVIEW
Papoyan Kristina Olegovna, Kosharnaya Svetlana Alekseevna
143-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
ELLIPTICAL CONSTRUCTIONS IN RESPONSIVE REMARKS OF THE RUSSIAN POLYLOGICAL DISCOURSE
Semenova Vera Vladimirovna
147-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
REGIONAL IDENTITY MARKERS IN THE LEADING MEDIA PUBLICATIONS
Tel'pov Roman Evgen'evich
151-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PECULIARITIES OF TRANSITIVE VERB FORMATION IN THE KOLYMA DIALECT OF THE YUKAGIR LANGUAGE
Prokop'eva Aleksandra Egorovna
157-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
SPECIFICITY OF MODALITY TYPES IN "BUSINESS LETTER" GENRE IN CROSS-CULTURAL ASPECT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION)
Al-Bayati Yassien Shareef Saed
162-166Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
DISCOURSE MARKERS OF PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH SCIENTIFIC AND ACADEMIC DISCOURSE)
Bagiyan Aleksandr Yur’evich, Nersesyan Gayane Robertovna
167-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
SPECIFICITY OF MODALITY CATEGORY IN BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE (BY THE MATERIAL OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION IN ENGLISH AND GERMAN)
Vysotskaya Inna Vladimirovna
170-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
REALIZATION OF CONDITIONS OF QUESTIONING SPEECH ACT SUCCESS IN INTERROGATIVE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE DISCOURSE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF INSTITUTIONAL DISCOURSE VARIETIES)
Golukovich Alla Evgen'evna, Antonova Lyudmila Anatol'evna
175-180Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
HYPER-HYPONYMIC RELATIONS IN THE ENGLISH TELEVISION TERMINOLOGY
Gur'yanova Oksana Aleksandrovna
180-184Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
BACKGROUND VOCABULARY AND EXTRALINGUISTIC REALITY IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Davydova Anna Robertovna
184-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
LEXICAL REPRESENTATION OF THE CATEGORY "ONE’S OWN" IN SOCIO-POLITICAL TEXTS (BASED ON THE ENGLISH VERBS)
Zyryanov Mikhail Sergeevich, Kashpur Valeriya Viktorovna, Andreeva Tat’yana Leonidovna
188-192Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
BASIC LINGUO-COGNITIVE PECULIARITIES OF TRAVEL BLOG DISCOURSE: STIMULATION OF COGNITIVE INTENTS, SELF-PRESENTATION AND SELF-COMMUNICATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Kazina Arina Ivanovna
192-196Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
STEREOTYPES ABOUT ARISTOCRATS AND THEIR LINGUISTIC ACTUALIZATION IN THE BRITISH JOURNALISTIC DISCOURSE
Kovanova Evgeniya Anatol’evna, Shchekina Dina Borisovna
196-203Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
REPRESENTATION OF IMMIGRANTS IN THE BRITISH PRESS ON THE EVE OF THE 2005 UK PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS
Matytsina Marina Stanislavovna
203-207Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
LINGUISTIC IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STATE-LEGAL LEVEL OF TOLERANCE IN THE MODERN GERMAN POLITICAL TEXTS
Nikitina Irina Sergeevna
207-211Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PERSONALITY FACTOR OF AUTOBIOGRAPHIC TEXT (BY THE MATERIAL OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY)
Sal'kaeva Al'bina Nyailevna
211-216Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
LEXICOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF DICTIONARIES AS A METHOD OF STUDYING THE MODERN ENGLISH VOCABULARY
Shekhtman Elina Nakhimovna
216-220Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
GENDER STEREOTYPES IN THE GERMAN EVERYDAY LINGUISTIC ANECDOTE ABOUT WOMEN
Yatsenko Anna Sergeevna
220-223Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
MORPHOLOGICAL AND SYNTACTIC FEATURES OF INFINITIVE CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE OLD SPANISH FORMAL LETTERS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF DOCUMENTS DATED BY THE END OF THE XII - THE XIII CENTURY)
Bezus Svetlana Nikolaevna, Tyagunova Zhanna Anatol'evna
224-227Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PHONETIC VARIABILITY OF PREFIXES IN THE LATIN MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Malygina Galina Evgen'evna, Savenkova Svetlana Rudol'fovna
228-232Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
APPEAL TO RELIGIOUS VALUES IN THE SPEECH ACT "WISH" IN THE TURKISH COMMUNICATIVE CULTURE
Batanova Il'siyar Alikovna
233-237Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
FEATURES OF ADVERTISING TEXT SYNTAX
Vartanova Natal’ya Gennad’evna, Volodina Marina Sergeevna
238-242Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
"TERM" NOTION IN PROFESSIONAL SUBLANGUAGE
Malkova Irina Yur'evna
242-246Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPARATIVE CLASSIFICATION OF SENTENCES WITH TOPICAL STRUCTURE IN THE MODERN CHINESE AND CLASSICAL CHINESE LANGUAGES
Skvortsov Arsenii Vladimirovich, Kotsik Kristina Eduardovna
246-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
LINGUISTIC INTERFERENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES
Frolova Elena Gennad'evna
251-256Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
DISCURSIVE MARKERS IN BILINGUAL SPEECH: PROBLEMS OF TYPOLOGY AND PRINCIPLES OF FUNCTIONING
Khilkhanova Erzhen Vladimirovna, Khilkhanov Dorzhi L'vovich
256-260Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
USE OF FIRST-PERSON PRONOUNS IN PRESIDENTIAL DISCOURSE AS A MEANS OF SPEECH INVOLVEMENT
Zhao Yan
260-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
INDEFINITE PRONOUNS IN THE POLISH LANGUAGE AND THEIR RUSSIAN EQUIVALENTS
Guseva Ol'ga Valer'evna
265-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATING THE ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE SEME "DISEASE" INTO RUSSIAN
Elagina Yuliya Sergeevna, Pogosyan Arina Arturovna
271-275Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
COGNITIVE SEMANTICS OF SYNONYMY: CONCEPTUALIZATION OF THE WORLD THROUGH PARAMETRIC WORDS OF THE RUSSIAN AND BURYAT LANGUAGES
Khamaganova Valentina Mikhailovna, Tsyrenov Babasan Dorzhievich
275-280Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
TRANSLITERATION TECHNIQUE IN CULTUROLOGICAL ASPECT (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN-CHINESE AND CHINESE-RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS)
Hu Yeshuang
280-284Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
PAROEMIOLOGICAL MEANS OF EXPLICATING THE RUSSIANS’ AND THE GERMANS’ SOCIAL STEREOTYPED IDEAS
Zinecker Thilo Helmuth
284-288Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
FEATURES OF PHONETIC INTERFERENCE IN THE RUSSIAN SPEECH OF THE IRANIAN STUDENTS
Siyami Eidlak Khalida
289-292Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
TECHNICAL TEXT AS AN OBJECT OF TRANSLATION
Fedyuchenko Larisa Grigor'evna
292-296Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 7.
ASOMNIA PROBLEMATICS OF M. YU. LERMONTOV’S DRAMATIC WORKS
Anishchenko Valentina Vladimirovna
7-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
IMAGE VARIANTS AND COMPOSITIONAL VARIATIONS IN A. VAMPILOV’S COMEDY "FAREWELL IN JUNE"
Bogdanova Ol’ga Vladimirovna, Tikhonenko Valentina Aleksandrovna
12-17Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
FUNCTIONS OF DIMINUTIVES IN THE NOVEL "CRIME AND PUNISHMENT"
Guo Zhinan, Guo Yujin, Gao Ni
18-21Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
"GENUINE SEARCH FOR BEAUTY" (TRAITS OF INNOKENTY ANNENSKY’S CREATIVE PORTRAIT)
Zayats Mikhail Sergeevich
21-25Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
GENRE PECULIARITIES OF V. B. BRONEVSKY’S TRAVELOGUE
Konstantinova Natal'ya Vladimirovna
26-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
FICTION TEXT AND HISTORICAL CONTEXT IN MODERN SCREEN VERSIONS OF THE RUSSIAN CLASSICAL LITERATURE ("BORIS GODUNOV" BY A. S. PUSHKIN, "WARD ¹ 6" BY A. P. CHEKHOV)
Levina Larisa Aleksandrovna
30-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
HARBIN PAGES OF A. V. AMFITEATROV’S CREATIVE BIOGRAPHY
Mekhtiev Vurgun Geibatovich
34-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
STYLIZATION OR IMITATION? (V. V. NABOKOV’S POLEMICS WITH THE CRITICS OF "THE CLUSTER" AND "THE EMPYREAN PATH")
Obukhova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
38-42Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
LITERARY CRITICISM IN THE PAGES OF "RUSSIAN HARBIN" NEWSPAPERS
Pasevich Zaryana Vasil'evna
42-48Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
AUTHOR’S IRREGULARITIES AS MEANS OF EXPRESSIVENESS IN FICTION TEXT
Shutaya Natal'ya Konstantinovna, Kuznetsova Tat'yana Evgen'evna, Fysina Ul'yana Nikolaevna
48-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
CONCEPT DREAM IN DZHAMINAT KERIMOVA’S POETRY
Alkhlavova Inna Khumkerkhanovna
53-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
SEMIOTICS OF SOUND LANDSCAPE IN KAISYN KULIEV’S POETRY
Bauaev Kazim Kelletovich, Kuchukova Zukhra Akhmetovna
57-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
IMAGES’ INTROSPECTION PRINCIPLES IN THE NOVEL "THE HISTORY TEACHER" BY K. IBRAGIMOV
Tataeva Rovzan Bovkievna
61-65Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
EVOLUTION OF E. BRITAYEV’S VIEWS ON THE OSSETIANS’ PATRIARCHAL ETHICS
Fidarova Rima Yaponovna, Kaitova Irina Anatol’evna
65-70Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
SPECIFICITY OF MYTHOLOGISM OF THE KHAKASS HEROIC LEGENDS
Shulbaeva Natal'ya Vladimirovna
70-74Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
HELL AND HEAVEN IMAGES IN MARK TWAIN’S PHILOSOPHICAL PROSE
Artamonova Tat'yana Gennad'evna
75-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
POETICAL FIGURATIVENESS OF THE JAPANESE TEXT OF THE BOOK OF PSALTER ASSOCIATED WITH RELIGIOUS CONCEPTS
Borisova Anastasiya Sergeevna
79-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PHENOMENON OF ETERNAL MYSTERIOUSNESS OF NATURE IN EMILY DICKINSON’S CREATIVE WORK
Borovkova Tat'yana Yur'evna
83-87Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
CLASSIFICATION OF FEMALE IMAGES IN F. SCHILLER’S DRAMATURGY IN THE EUROPEAN SCIENTISTS’ RESEARCHES OF THE XX CENTURY
Zagustina Irina Valer’evna
88-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
COLLAPSE OF AESTHETIC WORLDVIEW AND MOTIVE OF LONELINESS (ACCORDING TO S. KIERKEGAARD) IN F. KAFKA’S NOVEL "THE TRIAL"
Kunavin Evgenii Sergeevich
92-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
POETIC BASIS IN RHYTHMIC STRUCTURE OF THE ENGLISH MODERNISM PROSE
Deberdeeva Elena Evgen’evna, Demonova Yuliya Mikhailovna, Gukalova Nadezhda Vladimirovna
97-101Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
ESCHATOLOGICAL MOTIVE IN A. P. CHEKHOV’S LATE DRAMATURGY ("THREE SISTERS" (1900), "UNCLE VANYA" (1896), "THE CHERRY ORCHARD" (1903), "THE SEAGULL" (1895- 1896))
Kiseleva Anna Sergeevna
101-105Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
DYNAMICS OF DEVELOPMENT OF ONOMASTIC SPACE OF THE BRITISH AND RUSSIAN FAIRY TALE
Oshchepkova Viktoriya Vladimirovna, Solov’eva Nataliya Vladimirovna
106-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
STRUCTURE AND SEMANTIC FEATURES OF THE ENGLISH NOUNS WITH THE SUFFIX -ER
Avetisyan Milana Igorevna
119-124Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
FEATURES OF HYBRIDIZATION WITH ANGLICISM COMPONENT IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE CONCEPTUAL FIELD "EDUCATION")
Akkuratova Irina Borisovna
125-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
VERBALIZATION OF FAMILY CONCEPT IN JANE AUSTEN’S NOVEL "PERSUASION"
Vorob'eva Mariya Evgen'evna, Magomedova Saida Omarovna
131-135Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
ANGLO-AMERICANISMS AS A SOURCE FOR REPLENISHING THE MODERN GERMAN LANGUAGE
Doinikova Marina Igorevna
135-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
VARIABILITY IN CONCEPTUALIZATION OF SPATIAL MOTION CAUSATION BY MEANS OF THE ENGLISH CONSTRUCTIONS WITH PHRASAL VERBS
Ermolaeva Ekaterina Valer'evna
139-142Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
LEXICAL UNITS FUNCTIONING IN JURIDICAL TEXT STRUCTURE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Essina Yurina Yur'evna, Semenova Ella Vladimirovna
142-145Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
RATIO OF HYPERBOLA IN THE ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE FUNCTIONAL-SEMANTIC FIELD OF QUANTITATIVENESS
Iksanova Raisa Mingazitdinovna
146-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PECULIARITIES OF PASSIVE CONSTRUCTIONS TRANSLATION FROM ENGLISH INTO RUSSIAN ON THE BASIS OF ECONOMIC TEXTS
Ipatova Viktoriya Petrovna, Kalgina Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Perekhodchenko Karolina Sergeevna
150-153Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALUE CATEGORY "FREIHEIT" BY THE EXAMPLE OF PRECEDENT STATEMENTS IN THE POLITICAL MEDIA DISCOURSE OF GERMANY
Kasatkin Mikhail Leonidovich, Petrova Irina Vladimirovna
154-157Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
EVOLUTION OF SUB-FRAME SPHERES OF SCENERY CONCEPT COLD WAR (1947-1991)
Kovalev Nikita Aleksandrovich
157-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PROBLEM OF STATUS AND DIFFERENTIATION OF PROFESSIONAL LANGUAGES BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE GERMAN RAILWAY SUBLANGUAGE
Moskvitin Evgenii Vladimirovich
161-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
SPECIFICITY OF NARRATION IN MODERN MOVIE/LITERARY REVIEW IN VIDEO FORMAT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Nozhevnikova Elena Gennad'evna, Sizemova Mariya Aleksandrovna
165-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
ACTUALIZATION OF PRECEDENT MYTHONYMS IN DISCURSIVE SPACE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE PRECEDENT UNITS "APOLLO" / "APOLLONIAN" AND "DIONYSUS" / "DIONYSIAN")
Rubtsova Svetlana Yur'evna
169-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PECULIARITIES OF METAPHORS AND SIMILES TRANSLATION IN D. TARTT’S ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NOVEL "THE GOLDFINCH"
Soboleva Nina Pavlovna
175-178Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
MANIFESTATION OF AUTHOR’S SUBJECTIVE OPINION IN MILITARY COMMENTARY GENRE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH MILITARY PERIODICALS)
Khafizova Mariya Borisovna
179-182Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
"EDUCATION" SUBJECT MATTER IN REPORTS OF THE GERMAN NEWSPAPER "DIE ZEIT" (GENDER ASPECT)
Cherkun Elena Yur’evna, Grigor’eva Svetlana Viktorovna
182-187Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
A. DE N?BRIJA’S SYNTAX CONCEPT: CODIFICATION OF THE CASTILIAN LANGUAGE NORMS AND CONSCIOUS NORMALIZATION
Bezus Svetlana Nikolaevna, Kuliev Farman Muruvvat ogly
188-192Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
DEVELOPMENT OF BANKING TERMINOLOGY OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION
Petrushchenkova Larisa Yur’evna
192-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
TROPE ACTUALIZATION WHEN CHARACTERIZING A HUMAN BEING IN THE FRENCH POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Telegina Viktoriya Aleksandrovna, Sinel'nikova Irina Ivanovna
198-201Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY’S INFLUENCE ON TRANSLATION ACTIVITY IMPLEMENTATION (BASED ON THE MODERN MEDIA)
Bal’burova Lyudmila Klimovna
202-207Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
COMPARATIVE AND CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR LEXEMES OF THE CONCEPT AIR IN THE RUSSIAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES
Bocharova Alevtina Vasil'evna, Shatilova Lyubov' Mikhailovna
207-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PECULIARITIES OF THE ADJECTIVE "LONG / ÎÇÛÍ" FUNCTIONING IN THE ENGLISH AND TATAR LANGUAGES
Gilyazieva Guzel' Zofarovna
210-214Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
REPRESENTATION OF PATRIOT CONCEPT IN THE CHINESE AND RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEWS (BY THE MATERIAL OF ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT)
Eremkina Ekaterina Sergeevna, Gofman Tat'yana Viktorovna
214-218Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
EVOLUTION OF "BLACK/WHITE" DICHOTOMY IN THE NATIONAL COLOUR TERM SYSTEM
Zeremskaya Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Solodovnikova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
219-222Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE RUSSIAN BORROWINGS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Popova Ol'ga Valentinovna
222-226Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
CHARACTER’S IDENTIFICATION THROUGH SPEECH IN THE NOVEL "THE FIFTH SALLY" BY D. KEYES AND ITS TRANSLATION INTO THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Saitbattalova Yuliya Alikovna
227-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PRINCIPLES FOR CLASSIFYING THE AMERICAN IDIOMS
Sokolova Irina Vsevolodovna, Yakovleva Natal'ya Vital'evna
230-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
COMPOUND ADJECTIVES IN COMPUTER VOCABULARY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Stolbovskaya Margarita Anatol'evna
234-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
LEXICAL MEANS OF CONVEYING THE STATE OF FEAR IN CHARACTER’S BEHAVIOUR IN TEXTS OF THE RUSSIAN- AND GERMAN-LANGUAGE MODERN PROSE
Shcherbakova Irina Vladimirovna
238-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH A COMPONENT-ORNITHONYM IN THE ENGLISH, GERMAN AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Yusupova Liya Gayazovna, Kuzmina Ol’ga Dmitrievna, Kuznetsova Ilvira Ildusovna
242-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION OF SPEAKER ACCORDING TO VOICE AND SOUNDING SPEECH AS INTEGRAL SCIENTIFIC AND EXPERT RESEARCH
Kaganov Aleksandr Shlemovich
246-250Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
IDENTIFYING THE IMPORTANCE OF FOLK SONG OBJECTS USING GRAPH-THEORETICAL MODELS
Moskin Nikolai Dmitrievich
251-255Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
MECHANISTIC IMAGE OF A MAN IN THE RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Abramova Anastasiya Anatol’evna
289-293Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PECULIARITIES OF PREDICATIVE ADJECTIVE SEMANTICS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Bobkova Ol’ga Igorevna
294-299Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
UNITS NOMINATING DISHES IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE MIDDLE OB CHASTUSHKA
Bokhonnaya Marina Evgen'evna, Sherina Evgeniya Alekseevna
300-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
NEOLOGISMS OF THE THEMATIC GROUP "EDUCATION" IN THE MODERN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Gataullina Alsu Gaisovna, Zalyalova Regina Renatovna
303-307Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
TYPE OF GIRL-HUNTRESS IN GLAMOROUS-GLOSSY TEXTS
Gertner Elizaveta Viktorovna
308-312Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
SPECIFICITY OF THE RUSSIAN NEWSPAPERS’ HEADLINES (BY THE MATERIAL OF PUBLICATIONS ABOUT CHINA)
Droga Marina Anatol’evna, Contreras Sarria Jacinto Omar
312-316Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
MULTI-ASPECT CHARACTERISTIC OF THE POLY-FUNCTIONAL LEXEME "ÁÓÄÜ"
Zav'yalov Viktor Nikolaevich, Ma Zhao
316-322Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PECULIARITIES OF THE RUSSIAN BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE UNDER CONDITIONS OF VIRTUAL COMMUNICATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN AND VIETNAMESE BUSINESS PARTNERS’ LETTERS)
Le Thi Phuong Linh
322-327Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PECULIARITIES OF COLOUR TERM SEMANTICS IN V. O. PELEVIN’S POST-MODERNISTIC TEXTS
Lystsova Yuliya Aleksandrovna
328-333Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
CONCEPTUAL SPHERE "NATURE" AS A SOURCE FOR METAPHORICAL NOMINATIONS OF BABIES AND TODDLERS IN FAMILY DISCOURSE
Prokudina Irina Sergeevna
333-337Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
BOOK PRESENTATION STRATEGY IN CULTURAL-EDUCATIONAL RADIO PROGRAM
Ju Chuanya
337-341Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
LAZINESS IN THE RUSSIAN PAROEMIOLOGICAL WORLDVIEW (AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE)
Qiu Xueying
341-347Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
ETHNO-CULTURAL SPECIFICITY OF KINSHIP TERMS IN THE YAKUT EPOS-OLONKHO "ÄÜÓËÓÐÓÉÀÐ ÍÜÓÐÃÓÍ ÁÎÎÒÓÐ"
Afanas'eva Evdokiya Nikolaevna
348-351Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS ON RELIGIOUS THEMES IN THE YAKUT LANGUAGE
Gerasimova Evdokiya Sofronovna, Gur'ev Aleksandr Yur'evich
352-355Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
NATIONAL AND CULTURAL SPECIFICITY OF FUNCTIONING OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH COMPONENT-PHYTONYM IN THE BURYAT LANGUAGE
Rupysheva Lyudmila Erdemovna
356-359Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
GRAMMAR-STYLISTIC AND EMOTIVE INTERLINGUISTIC LACUNAE
Akai Oksana Mikhailovna
360-364Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
TEXT INTERPRETATION ON THE BASIS OF "ISOTOPY" CONCEPT
Voskoboinikova Lyudmila Petrovna
364-368Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
COMPOSITIONAL, STYLISTIC AND LEXICAL PECULIARITIES OF INTERNET COMMUNICATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED BLOGS)
Kislitsyna Natal'ya Nikolaevna, Chernyavskaya Olesya Grigor'evna
368-373Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PARLIAMENTARY DISCOURSE IN THE MODERN CZECH LINGUO-CULTURAL SPACE
Neiman Valentina Nikolaevna, Vykhrystyuk Margarita Stepanovna
373-377Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
PHYTONYMS AS LEXICAL TIMERS IN TEXTUAL LANDSCAPE COGNITIVE ATTRACTOR’S ARCHITECTONICS
Ogneva Elena Anatol'evna, Buzina Evgeniya Igorevna
378-382Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
LINGUO-CULTURAL ASPECT OF STUDYING STATE AUDIT DISCOURSE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF NEED-ORIENTED CODIFIED COMMUNICATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Pestova Veronika Viktorovna
382-386Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
TYPOLOGY OF MISTAKES IN AUDIO-VISUAL TRANSLATION FOR DUBBING
Rozhkov Roman Aleksandrovich, Mamonova Elena Yur'evna
387-391Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
HOMONYMY AS A MEANS TO CREATE AMPHIBOLY IN THE BRITISH AND GERMAN LINGUO-CULTURES
Sereda Polina Vital'evna, Soboleva Elena Igorevna
391-395Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
VERBAL REPRESENTATION OF PROTOTYPICAL GENDER FEATURE IN THE NAKH LANGUAGE
Tarieva Liliya Uvaisovna
395-399Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
SOUND AND COLOUR ASSOCIATIVITY OF MULTI-CODE TEXT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH ADVERTISING)
Tashkinova Viktoriya Anatol'evna
400-406Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
FORMATION OF SECONDARY MEANING "ÃÎÂÎÐÅÍÈÅ/PAROLE" ACCORDING TO METAPHORICAL COGNITIVE MODEL "SPEAKING SOUNDING" (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES)
Tolmacheva Viktoriya Andreevna
406-410Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
LINGUISTIC REALIZATION OF RAMZAN KADYROV’S MEDIA IMAGE IN THE AMERICAN MEDIA
Filippova Sargylana Vasil’evna, Yadrikhinskaya Liliya Anatol’evna
410-414Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
SEMANTICS OF PRECEDENT PROPER NOUN AND ITS SENSE VARIATION
Khudaiberdina Marina Uralovna, Mamonova Elena Yur'evna, Permyakova Kristina Valer'evna
414-419Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
GRAMMATICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE FAR EASTERN VARIANT OF THE RUSSIAN-CHINESE PIDGIN IN THE BORDER RUSSIAN-CHINESE AREA
Jiang Ying, Li Xin
419-425Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
STUDYING ANGLICISMS IN THE FRENCH LANGUAGE IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
Shamsutdinova Al’bina Ravilevna, Teganyuk Valeriya Viktorovna
425-428Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
FEATURES OF PERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIVE CONDITIONS FOR COMPLIMENT IMPLEMENTATION BY THE RUSSIAN AND GERMAN LANGUAGES SPEAKERS
Shurupova Tat’yana Yur’evna
429-433Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 6.
MUSIC ROLE IN NONSENSE IDEA IMPLEMENTATION IN V. V. NABOKOV’S NOVEL "INVITATION TO A BEHEADING"
Afanas’ev Oleg Igorevich
7-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
PROSAIC STROPHE AS A RHYTHM-FORMATIVE MEANS IN I. A. GONCHAROV’S ESSAY "LETTERS FROM THE METROPOLITAN FRIEND TO THE PROVINCIAL BACHELOR"
Bagautdinova Gul'zada Gadul'yanovna
12-15Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
INTERTEXTUAL SUBTEXT OF THE STORY "THE ZONE" BY S. DOVLATOV
Bogdanova Ol’ga Vladimirovna, Vlasova Elizaveta Alekseevna
16-19Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
EURASIAN TRADITION DEVELOPMENT IN GERMAN SADULAEV’S PROSE
Bronskaya Lyudmila Igorevna, Serebryakov Anatolii Alekseevich
19-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ORIGINALITY OF FANTASTIC WORLD DEVELOPMENT IN A. R. BELYAEV’S NOVEL "THE SHIPWRECK ISLAND"
Startsev Dmitrii Ivanovich, Os'mukhina Ol'ga Yur'evna
24-28Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
CHINA REALIAS IMAGE IN ARSENIY NESMELOV’S POETRY
Jia Yongning
28-33Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
GENRES OF XVII-CENTURY BUSINESS WRITING AS TOOLS FOR DIACHRONIC ANALYSIS OF HISTORICAL TEXT
Chireikin Mikhail Kimovich
33-37Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ARTISTIC PECULIARITIES OF FEMALE NATIONAL CHARACTER’S REPRESENTATION UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF UNFREEDOM (BY THE EXAMPLE OF GUZEL YAKHINA’S WORK "ZULEIKHA OPENS HER EYES")
Chotchaeva Marina Yur'evna, Klyuchnikova Irina Vladimirovna
37-41Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ARTISTIC CONTEXTS OF THE FUTURE TENSE IN PYOTR ZAKHAROV’S POETRY
Arzamazov Aleksei Andreevich
42-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
FEATURES OF MARIS NAZIROV’S POETRY
Latypova Alsu Vakilovna
46-50Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LYRICAL AND EPICAL HERITAGE OF THE CHELYABINSK TATARS
Minnullin Kim Mugallimovich, Mukhametzyanova Liliya Khatipovna
50-53Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
FOLKLORE TRADITIONS IN THE BALKAR LITERATURE OF THE 1930-1940S (BY THE MATERIAL OF S. KHOCHUEV’S CREATIVE WORK)
Sarbasheva Alena Mustafaevna
54-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
THE HERO AND THE PEOPLE IN E. BRITAEV’S DRAMA "AMRAN"
Fidarova Rima Yaponovna, Kaitova Irina Anatol’evna
58-62Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
PECULIARITIES OF AUTHOR’S INDIVIDUAL STYLE IN A. MUNRO’S STORIES
Bolotova Ol'ga Borisovna
63-68Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
CRISIS OF COMMUNICATION IN THE MODERN WORLD (BY THE MATERIAL OF DRAMATURGY OF GERMANY AND SWITZERLAND)
Lisenko Anzhela Rafizovna, Anisimova Marina Vyacheslavovna
68-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ORIGINAL PROBLEMATICS OF JANET FITCH’S NOVEL "WHITE OLEANDER" IN THE CONTEXT OF THE USA LITERATURE AT THE TURN OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES
Makarenko Larisa Viktorovna, Artyushkova Anastasiya Evgen'evna
73-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
"HEAVENLY BEAUTY OF EARTHLY THINGS": EDWARD THOMAS AND MYSTICISM OF NATURE
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
77-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
"FRANZ KAFKA’S CHINA": NATURE OF PARADOX
Shastina Marina Vladimirovna
81-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT AND THE BRITISH COLONIALISM REFLECTIONS IN THE PAGES OF CHILDREN’S BOOKS
Shishkova Irina Alekseevna
85-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
DIALOGUE OF EPOCHS: ROBERT DENNIS HARRIS’S EKPHRASTIC NOVEL "POMPEII"
Shchemeleva Elena Borisovna
90-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
"THE BRONZE HORSEMAN" BY A. S. PUSHKIN: NARRATIVE BEYOND THE PROSE GENRE BOUNDARIES
Glembotskaya Yana Olegovna, Kuznetsov Il'ya Vladimirovich
97-100Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
TRANSFORMATION OF FOLKLORIC TRADITION IN THE PROSE BY N. V. GOGOL ("CHRISTMAS EVE") AND E. T. A. HOFFMANN ("A NEW YEAR’S EVE ADVENTURE")
Dudareva Marianna Andreevna, Atalyan Gayane Borikovna
101-104Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
W. G. SEBALD IN THE RUSSIAN LITERARY STUDIES
Khromova Ekaterina Olegovna
105-108Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
THE RUSSIAN CIVIL SERVANT THROUGH THE LENSES OF PROVERBIAL PHRASES TRACING THEIR ORIGIN TO THE RUSSIAN LITERARY WORKS
Anokhina Svetlana Anatol'evna, Artamonova Mariya Valerievna, Tulina Ekaterina Valer'evna
115-119Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
WOMEN’S FICTION AND ITS FIGURATIVE POTENTIAL (BY THE EXAMPLE OF COMPARISON)
Bil’ Ol’ga Nikolaevna, Glushenko Tat’yana Nikolaevna, Kulyupina Galina Alekseevna
120-123Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
NATIONAL-CULTURAL ORIGINALITY OF METAPHORIC MODELS OF WEATHER PHENOMENA FIGURATIVE REPRESENTATION IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IN COMPARISON WITH THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Bokhonnaya Marina Evgen’evna, Sherina Evgeniya Alekseevna
124-128Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ATTEMPT OF LEXICOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF THE WORD "ÓÁÈÒÜ" (TO KILL) IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Gizatullin Danil Eduardovich
129-132Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
DYNAMICS OF CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT CONCEPTS ÃÎÑÓÄÀÐÑÒÂÎ (STATE) AND ÍÀÐÎÄ (PEOPLE) IN THE RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Kotlyarova Ol’ga Vladimirovna
132-136Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTIC OF THE RUSSIAN SPORTS LAW TERMINOLOGY
Levina Mariya Aleksandrovna
136-140Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF URBANONYMS IN STERLITAMAK, THE REPUBLIC OF BASHKORTOSTAN
Minibaeva Svetlana Vinerovna, Ermolenko Ekaterina Viktorovna
140-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
REGULAR TYPES OF NOMINAL DECLENSION IN MIGRANTS’ DIALECTS OF VORONEZH REGION (BY THE MATERIAL OF DIALECTS WITH THE NORTHERN RUSSIAN BASIS)
Tokareva Svetlana Sergeevna
144-152Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
EXTRALINGUISTIC REASONS FOR BORROWING THE CHINESE VOCABULARY BY THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Jiang Xuehua
152-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LINGUISTIC AND STRUCTURAL-GRAPHICAL PECULIARITIES OF VASILY KAMENSKY’S NONLINEAR TEXT "TANGO WITH COWS: FERROCONCRETE POEMS"
Chvalun Roza Vladimirovna, Kalashova Anna Samvelovna, Makhova Irina Nikolaevna
156-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
SOMATIC INSECTONYMS IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Galimova Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Sabitova Il'gamiya Islamutdinovna
162-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
SUFFIXAL MEANS TO FORM OBLIGATION CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE ADYGHE LANGUAGES
Dzuganova Rita Khabalovna
166-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LEXICO-SEMANTIC GROUPS OF NOUNS WITH THE MEANING OF GENERALIZATION IN THE YAKUT LANGUAGE
Ivanova Irina Borisovna
169-172Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
IMPERATIVE MOOD, CONDITIONAL MOOD AND SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
Ozdoeva Eset Gerikhanovna, Alieva Pyatimat Magametovna, Dudurgova Eset Magametovna
173-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
STRUCTURE OF DICTIONARY ENTRY IN EXPLANATORY DICTIONARIES OF THE ADYGHE LANGUAGES
Shokarova Oksana Aminovna
177-180Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
SHIFT OF INTONATION CENTRE WHILE REALIZING INTONATION OF INCOMPLETENESS IN THE RUSSIAN SPEECH OF THE TAJIK LANGUAGE BEARERS
Agafonova Marina Pavlovna
181-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
META-TEXTUAL REFERENCE AS A MEANS TO INCREASE INFORMATIONAL CONTENT OF SPECIAL TEXT
Antonova Natal'ya Yur'evna
188-192Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
PLACE OF SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION IN THE TRANSLATION TYPE SYSTEM AND ITS PECULIARITIES
Balaganov Dmitrii Vladimirovich
192-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
PRAGMATIC POTENTIAL OF NEUROLINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES IN JOURNALISTIC DISCOURSE
Borisov Arkadii Aleksandrovich, Makhova Irina Nikolaevna, Oganyan Zinaida Vyacheslavovna
197-201Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
MEANS OF CONVEYING EXPRESSIVE GRAPHIC-SYNTACTIC COMPONENT IN MEDICAL ADVERTISING TRANSLATION
Bredikhin Sergei Nikolaevich, Pisklova Marina Vital'evna
202-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
COMPENSATORY EFFECT OF PRAGMATIC ADJUSTMENT IN INTERPRETATION OF GARY LARSON’S MULTI-MODAL TEXTS
Grebenev Aleksandr Nikolaevich, Shayuk Antonina Yur'evna
206-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS IN THE MEDICAL TERMINOLOGICAL SYSTEM (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE)
Gulyaeva Evgeniya Arkad’evna, Davydova Elena Ivanovna, Borodulina Nataliya Yur’evna
214-217Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
COMPOSITION STRUCTURING POTENTIAL OF INTERNAL MONOLOGUE
Dontsova Anastasiya Anatol’evna
218-221Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
MOTIVES FOR INDIVIDUAL’S SELF-PRESENTATION IN THE INTERNET SPACE BY USING A NICKNAME
Kisel' Olesya Vladimirovna, Dubskikh Angelina Ivanovna, Butova Anna Vladimirovna
222-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
INTERACTION OF THE FRENCH FOREIGN-CULTURE STEREOTYPES AND THE RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Kuchminskaya Natal’ya Rudol’fovna
225-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
COVER LETTER IN CURRICULUM VITAE: EXTENSION OF OFFICIAL BUSINESS LETTER NORMS
Levchenko Marina Nikolaevna, Zakharova Mariya Yur'evna
230-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
PRAGMATIC ASPECT OF DISINFORMATION IN THE MEDIA TEXT
Samkova Mariya Andreevna
235-240Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
COGNITIVE STRUCTURE OF FAIRY-TALE ALLUSION WITH THE COMPONENT "ÇÎËÓØÊÀ / CINDERELLA": COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE BASIS OF CORPUS APPROACH
Seliverstova Oksana Aleksandrovna
240-244Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
PECULIARITIES OF LANGUAGE REALISATION OF RELIGIOUS STYLE IN DISTANCE COMMUNICATION THROUGH THE INTERNET NETWORK (ON THE BASIS OF INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS)
Statsenko Anna Sergeevna, Ryzhenko Yurii Aleksandrovich
245-248Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
INFERENCE: PRINCIPLE OF ANTHROPOCENTRISM IN NARRATIVE DISCOURSE PERCEPTION
Suvorova Elena Vladimirovna
249-252Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ISSUES OF LINGUISTICS OF A SCIENTIFIC TEXT
Sushkova Aigul' Rafailevna, Bilyalova Al'bina Anvarovna
253-256Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LEXICO-STYLISTIC PECULIARITIES OF TOURIST’S INTERNET COMMENTARY
Tulupova Ekaterina Nikolaevna, Golovina Elena Viktorovna
257-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LINGUO-AXIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FAIRY-TALE CHARACTER’S LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN FOLK TALES)
Feklina Ekaterina Mikhailovna, Filatova Nelya Pavlovna, Shershukova Natal'ya Vladimirovna
261-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ETHNO-CULTURAL TYPES OF THE RUSSIAN NATURAL BILINGUALS IN MULTICULTURAL DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF ASTRAKHAN REGION)
Shcheglova Inna Vladimirovna
265-268Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
US PRESIDENT’S SELF-PRESENTATION: THEMATIC-IDEOLOGICAL TRENDS OF DONALD TRUMP’S INAUGURAL SPEECH
Akinina Polina Sergeevna
275-279Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ANALYSIS OF ADDITIONAL MEANINGS OF RELIGIOUS NICKNAMES IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Andreeva Tat'yana Leonidovna
279-283Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
METAPHOR IN THE AMERICAN POLITICAL ADVERTISING
Koval’chuk Lidiya Petrovna
284-288Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
WORD-FORMING AND SEMANTIC POTENTIAL OF THE WORD "HALB" IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE
Krupnova Nataliya Aleksandrovna
288-291Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
MARINE TERMS ORIGIN IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Kuritskaya Elena Vladimirovna
292-296Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
COMMUNICATIVE IMPERATIVES IN THE GERMAN-LANGUAGE SOCIAL NETWORKS
Ladosha Oksana Mikhailovna
297-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
DYNAMIC ASPECT OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS POLYSEMY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Lipatova Svetlana Ruslanovna
304-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ETIQUETTE VOCABULARY IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE: SOCIAL ASPECT
Matveicheva Yuliya Olegovna
311-315Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
BORROWING PROCESS FROM THE COGNITIVE POINT OF VIEW (BASED ON THE GERMAN AND ENGLISH MEDIA)
Oleinik Ol’ga Viktorovna, Utkina Ol’ga Leonidovna
315-319Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LEVELS OF TERMINOLOGICAL UNITS FUNCTIONING IN TERMINOLOGICAL SYSTEMS OF SCHOOL AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE UK AND THE USA
Tsverkun Yuliya Borisovna
319-323Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
LINGUO-STYLISTIC PECULIARITIES OF A. CASONA’S POEM "EL PEREGRINO DE LA BARBA FLORIDA"
Shchepalina Vera Vadimovna
324-328Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ABBREVIATIONS IN THE MODERN FRENCH PRESS
Yakh’’yaeva Aza Abdulvakhidovna
328-331Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
MEANS TO EXPRESS NEGATION IN THE BASHKIR, RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES (BY THE MATERIAL OF Z. BIISHEVA‘S STORY "THE STORY OF MASTER AND APPRENTICE" AND ITS RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS)
Abdullina Gul'fira Rifovna, Khisamova Dinara Damirovna, Safina Ramilya Il'darovna
332-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ANALYSIS OF THE FRENCH TRANSLATIONS OF A. S. PUSHKIN’S POEM "WINTER MORNING"
Bolgova Ol’ga Vyacheslavna
336-342Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE GERMAN ANALYTICAL VERBAL-NOMINAL CONSTRUCTIONS WITH THE SEMANTICS OF POSSESSION AND THEIR TRANSLATION INTO THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Gutarova Aleksandra Viktorovna
343-346Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
MODERN INTERNATIONALIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS AS A CRITERION FOR FORMATION OF THE RUSSIAN DISCOURSE OF MONOLINGUAL AND BILINGUAL PRE-CASPIAN REGION RESIDENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY
Karaulova Amina Danilovna
346-350Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
TYPOLOGY AND TRANSLATABILITY LEVEL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES SPHERE VOCABULARY DEPENDING ON NOMINAL DENSITY OF LINGUISTIC CONCEPTS
Lebedev Anton Valer'evich, Makarova Natal'ya Vladimirovna
350-354Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
SYNTACTIC TRANSFORMATION OF A SENTENCE WHEN TRANSLATING A TECHNICAL TEXT AS A METHOD OF PRESERVING SEMANTIC STRUCTURE COMPONENTS
Murneva Mariya Ivanovna, Shestakova Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, Samoilova Elena Vladimirovna
355-358Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
POETICS OF THE MODERN TATAR LYRICS IN THE RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS
Nagumanova El’vira Firdavil’evna
359-363Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
IMAGES OF HUSBAND AND WIFE IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN PAROEMIOLOGY: LINGUOCULTURAL ASPECT
Tarasova Elena Sergeevna
363-367Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATING OCCASIONALISMS IN THE NOVEL "EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED" BY JONATHAN SAFRAN FOER
Shidlovskaya Diana Yur'evna
367-372Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
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
372-375Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ON THE ISSUE OF THE RUSSIAN WORD FORMATION: REVIEW OF THE WORK: GOLOVACHEVA O. A., SHILINA S. A. THE MODERN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE: WORD FORMATION: TEXTBOOK FOR BACHELOR’S DEGREE SEEKERS MAJORING IN PEDAGOGY (THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE). BRYANSK, 2018. 236 P.
Koroleva Inna Aleksandrovna
423-424Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 5.
ACTUALIZATION OF COMMUNICATIVE AND PRAGMATIC POTENTIAL OF DEONTIC AND EPISTEMIC MODAL CONSTRUCTIONS IN THE ENGLISH BUSINESS MEETING DISCOURSE
Aivazashvili Evelina Omarievna
7-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LEXICO-SEMANTIC GROUP "FAMILY" FUNCTIONING WHEN DESCRIBING FAMILY RELATIONS (BY THE MATERIAL OF JOHN GALSWORTHY’S NOVEL "IN CHANCERY")
Ayupova Roza Allyametdinovna, Garipova El'za Vil'danovna
12-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYSIOLOGICAL EUPHEMISMS IN THE XX - AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Biryukova Irina Aleksandrovna
16-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
COGNITIVE POTENTIAL OF MEMORY METAPHORS IN THE GERMAN MEMOIRISTICS
Bondareva Lyudmila Mikhailovna
20-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
EMPHATIC INVERSION AS A MEANS OF LOGICAL EMPHASIS AND COHESION IN SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL DISCOURSE
Vlasko Natal’ya Konstantinovna, Gurova Galina Grigor’evna, Kuznetsova Tamara Il’inichna
24-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
TRANSLATION OF PROFESSIONAL VOCABULARY AS A LINGUISTIC PROBLEM (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH OIL AND GAS TERMINOLOGY)
Gorokhova Natal’ya Vyacheslavovna, Kubyshko Irina Nikolaevna, Sidorova Valentina Ivanovna
29-33Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LANGUAGE GAME PHENOMENON IN ROALD DAHL’S CREATIVE WORK (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE TALE "THE BFG")
Denisova Natal'ya Viktorovna, Kovanova Evgeniya Anatol'evna
34-39Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LABOUR CONCEPT REPRESENTATION IN THE RUSSIAN GERMANS’ LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF SCHWANKS)
Zhukova Lyubov' Vladimirovna
40-45Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES OF INFLUENCE ON THE READER (BASING ON THE BRITISH NEWSPAPERS)
Zhuravleva Ol’ga Alekseevna, Pivovarova Marina Olegovna
46-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
NEW PHRASAL VERBS FORMATION IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Kalinina Vitaliya Valer'evna, Songolova Zhanna Gennad'evna
51-55Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
EMOTIVE VOCABULARY IN J. D. SALINGER’S NOVEL "THE CATCHER IN THE RYE"
Lipustina Ol’ga Mikhailovna, Shchelok Tat’yana Ivanovna, Vinogradova Natal’ya Grigor’evna
55-59Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONCEPT WAR IN FRONT-LINE LETTERS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR
Mel’nichuk Tat’yana Aleksandrovna, Ermolaeva Tamara Mikhailovna
59-64Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF RAILWAY POWER SUPPLY TERMS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Stepanova Yuliya Fagimovna
64-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SPECIFICITY OF GENDER REPRESENTATION IN MEDIA DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Tikhaeva Viktoriya Viktorovna
68-71Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
COGNITIVE MODELLING OF THE CONCEPTS ECONOMIC CONFLICT AND POLITICS IN THE ASPECT OF THEIR INTERACTION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC EDITION "THE FINANCIAL TIMES")
Tremaskina Olesya Aleksandrovna
72-76Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
TEXT-ORGANIZING AND AXIOLOGICAL POTENTIALS OF COLOUR TERMS IN THE GERMAN FICTION TEXT (BASED ON K. MODICK’S NOVEL "KONZERT OHNE DICHTER")
Khripunova Ilona Igorevna
76-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL ASPECT OF RESEARCHING THE TERMS INCLUDED IN THE TERMINOLOGICAL SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES SCHOOL EDUCATION
Tsverkun Yuliya Borisovna
83-87Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
PHRASEOLOGICAL INTENSIFIERS OF MEANING IN THE MODERN GERMAN LANGUAGE
Chaiko Natal’ya Nikolaevna
87-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LINGUO-PRAGMATIC ASPECT OF USING AN INDEPENDENT INFINITIVE IN THE MODERN ENGLISH FICTION SYNTAX
Yaroslavtseva Elena Fedorovna
91-94Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FIGURATIVE COMPONENT IN THE STRUCTURE OF A CONCEPT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE)
Lomonosova Yuliya Evgen'evna, Kopytina Natal'ya Nikolaevna, Shcherbinin Andrei Yur'evich
95-99Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
ON THE HISTORY OF STUDYING TELESCOPIC UNITS IN THE MODERN FRENCH LANGUAGE
Skorobogatova Taisiya Ivanovna, Suraleva Ol'ga Yur'evna
100-103Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FEATURES OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR VERBALIZATION IN THE ENGLISH TEXT AND ITS TRANSLATION
Aidarova Alsu Mirzayanovna, Nazipova El’vira Mukhametkhamatovna
104-108Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
INFLUENCE OF LEXICAL SIMILARITY OF LANGUAGES ON A PUN TRANSLATABILITY
Aleksandrova Elena Mikhailovna
108-113Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SYNONYMY OF THE LEGAL TERM "LAW" IN THE YAKUT AND KYRGYZ LANGUAGES
Gavril’ev Semen Leonidovich, Prokop’eva Alena Kirillovna
113-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FUNCTIONAL-SEMANTIC FIELD OF GLUTTONY IN THE RUSSIAN-ARABIC PAIR OF LANGUAGES: GENESIS AND TRANSLATION
Jasim Wasan Niseiff
118-125Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
EUPHEMISTIC REPRESENTATION OF THEFT IN THE RUSSIAN AND ARABIC PHRASEOLOGY: LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL ANALYSIS
Mansour Mohammed Hassan Sammani
126-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
TYPOLOGY OF ADVERBIAL PARTICIPIAL FORMS IN AGGLUTINATIVE LANGUAGES (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE YAKUT, MONGOLIAN AND EVENKI LANGUAGES)
Matushkina Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
130-135Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
CATEGORIES OF A SHORT STORY AS A TRANSLATION PROBLEM (BASED ON W. BORCHERT’S STORY "DAS BROT")
Merkish Tat’yana Alekseevna
135-141Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SUBORDINATE CLAUSES OF COMPARISON IN THE MARI AND GERMAN LANGUAGES
Sokolova Galina Leonidovna, Kolyago Anna Leonidovna
141-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SEMANTICS AND SCOPE OF THE CHINESE ADVERBS
Zhang Yuehong
145-148Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SUBCONCEPT SAVIOUR DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR BY THE EXAMPLE OF POLITICAL LEADERS’ RHETORIC IN GERMANY AND THE USSR
Chuchuev Dmitrii Olegovich
148-152Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
PECULIARITIES OF COMPOUNDS CODIFICATION IN EXPLANATORY AND SPECIALIZED DICTIONARIES
Gvozdeva Elena Viktorovna
159-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SEMANTICS OF INTRODUCTORY WORDS OF SUBJECTIVE ESTIMATION OF MEASURE AND DEGREE
Zamyatina Ekaterina Sergeevna
164-167Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
INTERLINE SYNTACTIC RELATIONS IN IGOR KHOLIN’S VERS LIBRE
Patolyatov Dmitrii Aleksandrovich
168-172Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
URBAN LOCALISMS IN REGIONAL SPEECH OF SEVERODVINSK
Popov Roman Vasil’evich
173-177Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
ROLE OF THE WORD "ÊÎÃÄÀ-ÒÎ" (ONCE) IN THE STATEMENT (BASED ON THE NOVEL "THE LIFE OF ARSENIEV" BY I. A. BUNIN)
Sviridova Tamara Mikhailovna
178-182Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SEMANTIC COMPONENT ROLE IN CAUSE-AND-EFFECT STRUCTURES ORGANIZATION
Serebrennikov Sergei Viktorovich
183-187Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
INTERPRETATION OF THE POETIC WORD (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE LEXEME ÑÎÍ (DREAM) IN A. BLOK’S "VERSES ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL LADY")
Spivakova Elena Mikhailovna
187-192Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LANGUAGE "DISEASES" AND ECOLINGUISTICS
Fomina Ol’ga Anatol’evna, Potanina Ol’ga Yur’evna
193-196Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FIGURATIVE MEANS IN S. N. SERGEYEV-TSENSKY’S PROSE
Chuksina Svetlana Ivanovna
196-200Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
TYPES OF DECLENSION IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
Ausheva El'za Alikhanovna
201-205Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
POSTPOSITIONS IN THE BURYAT AND BARGUT LANGUAGES
Vandanova Erzhena Vladimirovna
205-209Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
REPTILES’ NAMES IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE: SYNCHRONIC AND DIACHRONIC ASPECTS
Galimova Ol’ga Nikolaevna
209-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LINGUO-STYLISTIC DEVICES OF CREATING IMAGES AND ATMOSPHERE IN S. KING’S WORKS
Babushkina Viktoriya Vladimirovna, Zhuikova Polina Sergeevna, Shershukova Natal’ya Vladimirovna
214-218Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FUNCTIONAL-PRAGMATIC FEATURES OF SPEECH ACT "WISH" IN THE TURKISH COMMUNICATIVE CULTURE
Batanova Il’siyar Alikovna
219-223Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF TOPONYMIC RESEARCH
Belenov Nikolai Valer’evich
224-228Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
COLOUR HAS MEANING VS COLOUR DOESN’T HAVE MEANING (SYMBOLISM OF YELLOW COLOUR IN REPRESENTATION OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN EUROPE)
Borodulina Nataliya Yur’evna, Makeeva Marina Nikolaevna, Glivenkova Ol’ga Anatol’evna
228-232Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
USE OF TROPES FOR VERBAL INFLUENCE IN NEWS PROGRAMS OF MODERN TELEVISION
Borodyanskaya Ekaterina Andreevna
232-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
RHYTHM AND FORM PRESERVATION SPECIFICS IN POETRY TRANSLATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS OF G. BYRON’S POETRY)
Bredikhin Sergei Nikolaevich, Boiko Margarita Vladimirovna
236-239Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
ON TYPES AND FUNCTIONS OF DICTIONARY LABELS IN THE RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN LEXICOGRAPHICAL PRACTICE
Budykina Vera Gennad'evna
240-244Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LEVEL OF CONCEPTUAL AND STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF TERMINOLOGY THROUGH THE LENSES OF PARADIGMATIC RELATIONS AND VARIABILITY OF TERMINOLOGICAL DEFINITIONS
Grigor'ev Georgii Vladimirovich, Ruchkina Elena Mikhailovna, Vasil'ev Lev Gennadievich
244-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
NOMINATION FACTORS OF NEW HYBRID GENRES (BY THE MATERIAL OF GENRE VARIETY OF THE OPERATING INSTRUCTION MISSING MANUAL)
Gromoglasova Tat’yana Igorevna, Ul’yanova Ul’yana Aleksandrovna
251-254Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
INTERTEXTUAL SEGMENTS IN THE SPEECH GENRE "BUSINESSMAN’S PORTRAIT" (BY THE EXAMPLE OF MEDIA INTERNET EDITIONS)
Dolgova Elena Viktorovna
255-258Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
PARALLEL TIME AS A LITEME OF ARTISTIC TIME IN A LITERARY TEXT
Makarova Vera Alexandrovna
259-263Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FORENSIC LINGUISTICS AND JUDICIAL SPEECH STUDIES: CORRELATION OF OBJECTS AND SUBJECT AREAS
Nadeina Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Chubina Elena Aleksandrovna
263-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SPEECH UTTERANCE PECULIARITIES AT THE STAGE OF LEXICAL AND GRAMMATICAL DEVELOPMENT WHILE INTERPRETING FROM CHINESE INTO RUSSIAN
Nemtinova Alena Vladimirovna
270-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
ALGORITHM TO INTERPRET THE ARTISTIC CONCEPT TIME (BY THE MATERIAL OF DAPHNE DU MAURIER’S NOVEL "REBECCA")
Ogneva Elena Anatol'evna, Buzina Evgeniya Igorevna
275-279Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
CONTEXTUAL ARGUMENTATION STRATEGIES IN THE RUSSIAN LEADERS’ POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Semenova Ol’ga Fiofanovna
279-283Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
WORKING WITH MACHINE TRANSLATION WHILE TRAINING SINGLE-DISCIPLINE SPECIALISTS
Sereda Polina Vital’evna
283-287Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FORMATION OF LINGUISTIC CONCEPTION OF ELECTRONIC HYPERTEXT
Stroikov Sergei Aleksandrovich
287-291Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LINGUOCULTURAL SPECIFICS OF THE KARACHAY-BALKAR FOLK SONG DISCOURSE
Teppeeva Dzhamilya Ramazanovna
291-295Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LEXICAL FEATURES OF CREATING EXPRESSIVENESS OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN ADVERTISING TEXT
Tsybenko El’zara Olegovna, Koval’chuk Nadezhda Vladimirovna
295-299Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
PROSODIC PECULIARITIES OF NEWSCASTS FROM THE RUSSIAN AND GERMAN RADIO PODCASTS
Shurupova Tat'yana Yur'evna
299-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
A. K. TOLSTOY’S ETHIC AND AESTHETIC SPACE
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
323-333Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
HERO AND THE SYSTEM OF MOTIVES OF "DUCK HUNTING" BY A. VAMPILOV
Bogdanova Ol'ga Vladimirovna, Tikhonenko Valentina Aleksandrovna
334-338Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
G. I. USPENSKY’S PERSONALITY AND CREATIVE WORK IN THE CONTEXT OF DEBATES ON THE RUSSIAN INTELLIGENTSIA ("VEKHI" COLLECTION AND EVERYTHING RELATED TO IT)
Dyachuk Tat’yana Vladimirovna
339-343Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
IMAGE OF LONDON IN DETECTIVE STORIES BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE AND ITS RENDERING IN THE RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS BY N. K. AND M. N. CHUKOVSKYS
Mironova Veronika Evgen’evna
343-347Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
POETICAL FEATURES OF PHILOLOGICAL PROSE IN A. P. CHUDAKOV’S NOVEL "A GLOOM IS CAST UPON THE ANCIENT STEPS"
Polupanova Anna Vladimirovna
347-350Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
PERSONAGES’ RANGE OF READING IN A. S. PUSHKIN’S STORY "THE SQUIRE’S DAUGHTER"
Soboleva Anna Aleksandrovna
351-355Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
ONEGIN’S PORTRAIT IN THE NOVEL BY A. S. PUSHKIN "EUGENE ONEGIN" AND POETICAL MEANS USED TO CREATE IT
Utkina Elena Viktorovna
355-359Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
"ALL BOYS WRITE POETRY": CHILDHOOD THEME IN ANATOLY SHTEIGER’S LYRICS
Khadynskaya Aleksandra Anatol'evna
359-364Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
THE KUMYK DRAMATURGY OF THE 1920-1930S: WAYS OF DEVELOPMENT, ISSUES, POETICS
Guseinov Malik Alievich
365-369Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
GENRE PECULIARITIES OF THE PLAY "730 DAYS AND NIGHTS" BY THE TUVINIAN DRAMATIST CHYLGYCHY ONDAR
Maaty-ool Shonchalai Aleksandrovna
369-373Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
CHILDHOOD THEME IN YAKUTIA WRITERS’ WORKS
Pashkevich Ol’ga Iosifovna
374-377Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
STORYLINE AND COMPOSITIONAL ORIGINALITY OF "THE FORSYTE SAGA" BY JOHN GALSWORTHY
Artamonova Tat'yana Gennad'evna
378-382Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
THAI DRAMATURGY OF THE MODERN AGE IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN LITERARY CRITICISM
Volkova Kseniya Borisovna
382-386Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
REALITY AND FICTION IN THE GERMAN HISTORICAL PROSE OF THE XX CENTURY
Gil’fanova Gul’nara Tavkil’evna, Strakhova Irina Vladimirovna
387-390Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
FRAME IMAGES IN CHARLES DICKENS’S CHRISTMAS STORIES OF THE 1840S
Goroshkova Renata Rishatovna
390-394Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
DOUBLE-GANGER IN THE NOVEL "DROOD, OR THE MAN IN BLACK" BY DAN SIMMONS
Emel'yanov Igor' Stepanovich
395-398Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
"ODES ET PO?SIES DIVERSES" BY V. HUGO: THE NATURE OF LYRICISM
Pinkovskii Vitalii Ivanovich
399-402Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
ANCIENT LEGENDS FROM THE ANTHOLOGY "MAN'Y?SH?" AND THE EARLY-MEDIEVAL JAPANESE PROSE
Sadokova Anastasiya Ryurikovna
403-407Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
RECEPTION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF J. BOBROWSKI’S ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE IN THE POST-WAR GERMAN LITERATURE (THE 1950-1970S)
Frolov Georgii Arkad'evich, Gil'fanova Gul'nara Tavkil'evna
407-411Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT BEING THROUGH THE MERMAID IMAGE IN THE MODERN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE MUSICAL POETRY
Sakharova Natal’ya Gennadievna, Dmitrieva Ol’ga Petrovna
412-417Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
LINGUOCULTURAL MODELLING OF "WAY" IN THE POETRY BY NOVALIS AND F. H?LDERLIN
Sevast’yanova Valeriya Stanislavovna
418-422Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SEMIOTICS OF THE RUSSIAN AND BRITISH FOLK TALE SYMBOLS
Solov'eva Nataliya Vladimirovna
423-428Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
POETICS OF ABSURDITY AND THE MEANS TO EXPRESS IT IN THE POEM "MOSCOW - PETUSHKI" BY VENEDIKT YEROFEYEV
Khalikova Umeisat Khalikovna
428-432Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 4.
SPEECH GENRE "VOICE-OVER" AS SUBJECT OF DISCOURSE ANALYSIS (BASED ON THE GERMAN TALK SHOW ABOUT HEALTH)
Vasil’eva Elena Yur’evna
7-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SYMBOLIC SATURATION OF THE COLOUR TERM ‘GREEN’ IN THE ENGLISH IDIOMS
Veduta Ol’ga Vital’evna
11-14Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
DIFFERENTIAL FEATURES OF SYNONYMIC CHAINS OF ADJECTIVES OF SIZE WITH THE MEANING "SMALL SIZE" BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Grintsova Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Solmanidina Natal'ya Viktorovna
15-19Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PECULIARITIES OF THE GERMAN "POETRY SLAM"
Datsko Dar'ya Aleksandrovna
19-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
COGNITIVE AND PRAGMATIC FACTORS OF NEW WORDS FORMATION IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Zenina Inna Nikolaevna, Ishchenko Irina Gennad'evna
23-27Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
NON-TRADITIONAL COMBINATORICS OF THE INTENSIFIER SO AND ITS TRANSLATION INTO RUSSIAN
Kondrashova (Koz'mina) Vera Nikolaevna
27-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
COMPOSITE WORDS IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE: INTERACTION OF WORD-FORMATION AND POLYSEMY DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES
Krupnova Nataliya Aleksandrovna
31-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
STRATEGIES AND TACTICS OF VERBAL ATTACKS ON THE PROFESSIONAL-PERSONAL COMPONENT OF THE POLITICIAN’S IMAGE BY THE MATERIAL OF THE BUNDESTAG DEBATES
Kryachkova Aleksandra Pavlovna
34-39Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SUBJECT OF THE ENGLISH AND DUTCH INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES AS A LIMIT OF SYNTACTIC INTERFERENCE
Kulikova Marina Nikolaevna, Ul’yanitskaya Lyubov’ Aleksandrovna, Shumkov Andrei Arnol’dovich
40-47Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ETYMOLOGY OF BORROWINGS IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Kuritskaya Elena Vladimirovna
47-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PECULIARITIES OF THE ENGLISH LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND THE PROBLEM OF THEIR TRANSLATABILITY INTO RUSSIAN
Lebedev Anton Valer'evich, Abrashkina Kristina Sergeevna
53-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PRONOUNS AS A DERIVATIONAL ELEMENT IN THE HUMANITIES’ TERMINOLOGY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Mel’gunova Anna Vladislavovna
57-62Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LEXICAL HEDGES IN THE BRITISH AND AMERICAN VARIETIES OF ACADEMIC DISCOURSE IN ECONOMICS: A CORPUS-BASED STUDY
Mikolaichik Margarita Vladimirovna
63-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
RANGE OF DOCUMENTARY CHARACTER OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE SHORT STORY
Pestova Elena Vladimirovna
68-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
TRAVELOGUE GENRE CHARACTERISTICS IN THE ENGLISH DISCOURSE: DYNAMIC ASPECT
Plavina Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
72-78Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
STYLISTIC DIFFERENTIATION OF VOCABULARY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF AVIATION ENGLISH)
Stolbovskaya Margarita Anatol'evna
78-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
STYLISTIC MEANS OF EXPRESSING EMOTIONS IN THE ENGLISH SPORTS DISCOURSE
Tsybina Larisa Viktorovna, Shagarova Ol'ga Nikolaevna
82-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LANGUAGE CONTACTS IN CANADA AND THEIR LINGUISTIC CONSEQUENCES
Albansky Vladimir Vladimirovich
87-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
OBSERVANCE AND NON-OBSERVANCE OF THE SEQUENCE-OF-TENSES RULE IN REPORTED SPEECH IN THE PYRENEAN VARIANT OF PORTUGUESE
Egizaryan Pavel Eduardovich
91-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
EXPRESSION OF PROBABLE-SUPPOSITIONAL MODALITY IN THE FRENCH LANGUAGE IN THE NOVEL "MAIGRET HAS SCRUPLES" BY G. SIMENON
Yakh’’yaeva Aza Abdulvakhidovna
96-100Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
COLOURATIVES "WHITE" VS "BLACK" IN THE BASHKIR, RUSSIAN, GERMAN AND BRITISH SURNAMES
Aznabaeva Al'fiya Faritovna
101-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
CULTURAL MEANING OF A WEEDING RITUAL AND ITS MANIFESTATION IN LANGUAGES (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE CONCEPT "HAIR" IN THE RUSSIAN, KAZAKH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Berger Viktoriya Petrovna
106-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
VERBALIZATION OF ATTENTION-GETTING STRATEGY IN THE RUSSIAN AND SPANISH ADVERTISING DISCOURSE
Gazizova Liliya Gumarovna, Dunyasheva Liliya Gaffarovna
111-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PECULIARITIES OF REPRESENTING THE CONCEPTS WAR AND PEACE ON THE BASIS OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC EXPERIMENT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN, ENGLISH AND JAPANESE LANGUAGES)
Golubenko Elena Aleksandrovna
115-120Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
GENDER REPRESENTATION OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE COMPONENT-ZOONYM IN THE RUSSIAN AND YAKUT LANGUAGES
Grigor'eva Tuiara Ivanovna, Moiseeva Vera Leonidovna
120-125Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
BASIC MEANS TO REPRESENT SYNONYMIC RELATIONS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND THE NAKH LANGUAGES
Dakhkil'gova Khyadi Makhmetkhanovna
125-129Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PAROEMIOGRAPHICAL FUND OF THE RUSSIAN, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES IN DIACHRONIC ASPECT
Denisova Elena Aleksandrovna, Lipatova Yuliya Yur'evna, Gorbunova Dar'ya Vladimirovna
130-135Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
MOTIVATION OF THE ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN MODERN WORKS OF FICTION
Kulakovich Mariya Sergeevna
135-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS CHARACTERIZING INTELLECTUAL ACTIVITY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN, ENGLISH, GERMAN AND ITALIAN LANGUAGES)
Kulichenko Yuliya Nikolaevna, Makarova Mariya Valer’evna, Korolevskaya Ekaterina Mikhailovna
139-143Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
STUDYING PHRASEOLOGICAL AND PAROEMIOLOGICAL UNITS WITH COLOURONYMS WEI? / ÁÅËÛÉ / AK (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE GERMAN, RUSSIAN AND TATAR LANGUAGES)
Mukhamad'yarova Al'bina Fanilevna
143-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PECULIARITIES OF USING THE INFINITIVE IN ON-LINE BANKING INSTRUCTIONS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Mukhortova Irina Igorevna
149-153Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING OF FREEDOM IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Popova Larisa Georgievna, Grishenkova Ekaterina Sergeevna
153-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF GRAMMATICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE JAPANESE DIALECTS GROUP OF THE KINKI REGION
Solov'eva Nataliya Anatol'evna, Molchkova Anna Evgen'evna
157-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PASS? COMPOS? VERSUS PRESENT PERFECT, PAST INDEFINITE: PHENOMENON OF DOUBLE EQUIVALENCE
Sukhorukova Yuliya Sergeevna
163-167Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PARCELLING IN THE RUSSIAN MEDIA TEXTS (AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE CHINESE MEDIA)
Chu Jingru
168-172Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SUBSTANTIVE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE ENGLISH AND GERMAN LANGUAGES
Yusupova Liya Gayazovna, Kuz'mina Ol'ga Dmitrievna, Kuznetsova Il'vira Ildusovna
173-177Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PROBLEM OF ADEQUATE TRANSFER OF PROPER NAMES WHEN TRANSLATING A WORK OF FICTION
Aisakova Elena Alekseevna, Sounj Meenanj
186-189Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
DERIVATIVE SUBSTANTIVES ENDING IN -ÅÖ WITH THE MEANING OF A PERSON IN A. I. HERZEN’S WORK "MY PAST AND THOUGHTS": STRUCTURE, SEMANTICS, FUNCTIONING
Altai Beiza
190-193Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LEXICO-SEMANTIC FOUNDATIONS FOR CONCEPTUALIZATION OF THE NOTION "×ÓÆÎÉ (OUTSIDER)" IN THE RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW: DYNAMICS AND STATICS
Burdun Svetlana Vladimirovna
193-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
THE PARTICLE "ÁÛ" IN SENTENCES WITH ADVERSATIVE RELATIONS EXPRESSED BY THE CONJUNCTION "ÍÎ"
Wang Ruzhen
197-201Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ATYPICAL CASES OF USING LEADING QUESTIONS
Galanova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
201-204Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LINGUOCULTURAL TYPES OF A TALKER AND A TACITURN PERSON ACCORDING TO THE RUSSIAN PHRASEOLOGY AND APHORISTICS
Dao Dinh Thao
205-208Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SYSTEM OF LINGUISTIC MARKERS OF M. F. DORONOVICH’S IDIOSTYLE REPRESENTED IN LEADING ARTICLES OF THE NEWSPAPER "OTKLIKI KAVKAZA" ("CAUCASIAN VOICES") IN 1917
Dorofeeva Ol’ga Alekseevna, Chernova Lyubov’ Viktorovna
209-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LEXICAL REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPT ÊÎÍÜ (HORSE) IN ETYMOLOGICAL AND EXPLANATORY DICTIONARIES OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Epatko Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
213-217Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LINGUO-GENETIC SPECIFICITY OF BELGOROD AREA REGIONAL DIALECT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE REGION’S HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT
Kosharnaya Svetlana Alekseevna
217-222Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
DESCRIPTIVE-EXPRESSIVE POTENTIAL OF INDIVIDUAL AUTHOR’S WORDS IN A POETIC TEXT
Plotnikova Larisa Ivanovna
222-226Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LINGUISTIC ANOMALIES IN FREE INDIRECT SPEECH: BY THE MATERIAL OF M. TSVETAEVA’S PROSE
Puchinina Ol'ga Pavlovna
226-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PRECEDENT "GLASS BEAD GAME" AS A FEATURE OF INTERNET FOLKLORE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE GENRE "RHYMES-POROSHKI" AND "RHYMES-PIROZHKI"[1])
Chemezova Irina Anatol’evna, Isakova Elena Aleksandrovna
230-234Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SPEECH GENRES IN THE RUSSIAN SPEAKERS’ CONSCIOUSNESS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE "RUSSIAN ASSOCIATIVE DICTIONARY")
Sherstyanykh Inna Valer’evna
234-239Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
"AND LISTEN BREATHLESSLY..." (VERBAL SERIES WITH THE MEANING OF SOUND IN M. VOLOSHIN’S LYRICS)
Shit'kova Marina Myasumovna
239-244Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
DIALECT VOCABULARY AS A RESOURCE OF THE YAKUT LANGUAGE TERMINOLOGY
Nikolaev Egor Revol'evich
245-248Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ADJECTIVE AS A PART OF SPEECH IN THE EVENK LANGUAGE
Popova Mariya Dmitrievna
249-252Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
VARIANCE OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE VERBAL COMPONENT IN THE ADYGHE LANGUAGE
Tuguz Goshsim Turkubievna
253-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
THE CRIMEAN TATAR VERBAL FORM OF PLUPERFECT WITH -ÃÚÀÍ ÝÄÈ (IN COMPARISON WITH THE ENGLISH PAST TENSE FORMS)
Shved Evgenii Vasilii
257-260Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
POETIC ONOMASTICS OF THE TATAR POETRY OF THE FIRST HALF OF THE XX CENTURY
Yusupov Airat Faikovich, Yusupova Nurfiya Marsovna
261-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PLURALIA TANTUM NOUNS AS LINGUISTIC LACUNAE
Akai Oksana Mikhailovna
265-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SEMANTIC DIFFERENTIAL AS A METHOD OF DETECTING THE DEGREE OF INTERIORIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL VOCABULARY IN THE RUSSIAN SPEAKERS’ CONSCIOUSNESS
Arkhipova Svetlana Valer'evna
269-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
TV AND NEWSPAPER TEXTS: SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
Borodyanskaya Ekaterina Andreevna
274-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ON MODERN WORD-FORMATIVE TENDENCIES: HYBRID TELESCOPY AS MANIFESTATION OF LEXICAL HYBRIDIZATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE)
Bubnova Anna Sergeevna
278-282Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ANGLO-RUSSIAN BILINGUAL DICTIONARY AS A TOOL FOR FIXING VOCABULARY WITH THE SEMANTICS OF RESTORATION OF WOODEN ARCHITECTURE MONUMENTS
Devel’ Lyudmila Aleksandrovna
282-286Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF A MODERN LANGUAGE EXPRESSED IN ITS COMMUNICATIVE AND MENTAL FUNCTIONS
Dolzhenkov Valerii Nikolaevich
286-289Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SYNONYMY OF PHYSICAL EPONYMIC NAMES
Ivanova Ol’ga Borisovna, D’yakonov Nikolai Mikhailovich
290-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
METAPHORICAL EXPRESSION OF THE NOTION "BEHAVIOUR" BY MEANS OF PHRASAL VERBS
Matveeva Mariya Olegovna
294-301Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
FEATURES OF FLORA LEXICAL NOMINATION IN THE CHINESE LANGUAGE
Ochered’ko Yuliya Vladimirovna, Kalikova Anna Mikhailovna
301-305Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PRAGMATICS OF NOMINATIVE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS BELONGING TO DIFFERENT PARTS OF SPEECH (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN, BELARUSIAN AND GERMAN LANGUAGES)
Panfilova Elena Gennad’evna
305-309Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PROPOSITIONAL APPROACH TO ANALYSING DENOTATIVE STRUCTURE OF SECONDARY TEXTS (BY THE MATERIAL OF RENDERINGS OF I. A. BUNIN’S SHORT STORY "THE HUNCHBACK’S AFFAIR")
Simonenko Marina Aleksandrovna, Bagrintseva Ol'ga Borisovna
310-313Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
LANGUAGE REPRESENTATION OF EMOTION NAMES IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ELECTRONIC MEDIA IN THE FIELD OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
Smakhtin Evgenii Sergeevich, Vas’bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna, Kalugina Ol’ga Anatol’evna
314-319Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PHILOLOGICAL IMAGOLOGY IN CHINA: RESEARCH SURVEY
Song Dandan
319-326Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ASSERTIVENESS IMPLICATION IN THE ENGLISH SCIENTIFIC-EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSE ACCORDING TO H. P. GRICE’S COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLE
Filicheva Oksana Sergeevna
327-330Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SPECIFICITY OF LEXICAL COMPONENT OF PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED NETWORK DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF MEDICAL FORUMS)
Kharitonova Nataliya Vladimiriovna, Baryshnikova Svetlana Nikolaevna, Monastyretskaya Ol’ga Vladimirovna
331-334Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ALLUSIVE SUBTEXT IN A. S. PUSHKIN’S NOVEL "THE CAPTAIN’S DAUGHTER"
Bogdanova Ol’ga Vladimirovna
365-370Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
THE GERMAN LANGUAGE IN FRIENDLY LETTERS OF A. I. TURGENEV TO V. A. ZHUKOVSKY
Vishnyakova Ekaterina Andreevna
370-374Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
POLITICAL AND SCIENTIFIC LIFE OF WESTERN COUNTRIES OF THE EARLY XX CENTURY IN E. A. PREOBRAZHENSKIY’S PERCEPTION AND ESTIMATIONS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE HANDWRITTEN MAGAZINE "SCHOOL LEISURE")
Kazeeva Elena Aleksandrovna
374-378Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ON SPECIAL KINSHIP OF HERMANN AND THE OLD COUNTESS IN PUSHKIN’S SHORT STORY "THE QUEEN OF SPADES"
Konevets Svetlana Nikolaevna
378-382Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PERCEPTION OF N. V. GOGOL’S PERSONALITY AND CREATIVITY BY V. V. ROSANOV AND M. O. MENSHIKOV
Krizhanovskii Nikolai Igorevich, Onishchenko Elena Viktorovna
382-388Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
GERMANY IN THE WORKS OF THE RUSSIAN WRITERS OF THE END OF THE XVIII - THE FIRST HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY: TRANSFORMATION OF CULTURAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL IMAGE
Loshakova Galina Aleksandrovna, Smirnova Lyudmila Evgen'evna
389-392Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
B. PASTERNAK’S LYRIC BOOK "TWIN IN THE CLOUDS": AUTHOR’S STRATEGIES FOR LANDSCAPE DISCOURSE FORMATION
Ostapenko Irina Vladimirovna
393-399Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
TYPES OF HEROES-TERRORISTS IN THE RUSSIAN LITERATURE OF THE TURN OF THE CENTURIES
Frolova Galina Aleksandrovna, Bozhkova Galina Nikolaevna, Bykov Anton Valer'evich
400-403Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
MYTHOLOGICAL BASIS OF A. S. PUSHKIN’S LITERARY HERITAGE
Yurovitskaya Larisa Nikolaevna, Yurovitskii Stanislav Vital’evich
404-409Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
INTERTEXTUAL RELATIONS IN A. VAMPILOV’S MULTIPLE-ACT PLAYS
Yurchenko Ol'ga Olegovna, Portnyagina Marina Aleksandrovna
410-413Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ARTISTIC ORIGINALITY OF DZHAMINAT KERIMOVA’S POETRY FOR CHILDREN
Alkhlavova Inna Khumkerkhanovna
414-417Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PERSONAL SONGS IN THE SAHA TRADITIONAL CULTURE (BY THE MATERIAL OF 2002 FOLKLORE EXPEDITION)
Mukhopleva Svetlana Dmitrievna, Pavlova Nadezhda Vasil’evna
418-422Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
WOMAN-MOTHER’S IMAGE IN THE BASHKIR EPOS "URAL-BATYR"
Salyamova Ziliya Revalevna
422-427Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
SONNET ABOUT SONNET IN THE KABARDIAN LITERATURE: GENRE PECULIARITIES
Khavzhokova Lyudmila Borisovna, Shogenova Emma Aslanovna
427-431Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
DESCRIPTION OF NATURAL DISASTERS IN THE PERSIAN CLASSICAL POETRY (ON THE SHAHRASHUB GENRE FORMATION)
Akimushkina Ekaterina Olegovna
432-437Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
ROLE AND DRAMATIC ORIGINALITY OF ARTISTIC CONFLICT IN THE NOVEL "EAT, PRAY, LOVE" BY E. GILBERT
Voeikova Anna Andreevna, Artemenko Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
438-441Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
RETROSPECTION IN HENRY ARTHUR JONES’S DRAMA
Grigor’eva Mariya Alekseevna
442-445Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
RUSSIAN LITERARY-CRITICAL THOUGHT AND NEW JAPANESE LITERATURE FORMATION
Sadokova Anastasiya Ryurikovna
445-449Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
MOTIVE OF DETERMINISM IN THE AMERICAN DRAMATURGY OF THE XX CENTURY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF "THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA" BY TENNESSEE WILLIAMS)
Fedorenko Ol'ga Yaroslavovna
449-452Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
PRINCIPLES OF IMPRESSIONISTIC LITERARY CRITICISM IN J. LEMAITRE’S BOOK "LES CONTEMPORAINS"
Fenko Svetlana Aleksandrovna
453-457Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF POPULAR LITERATURE PERCEPTION BY WESTERN AND RUSSIAN READERS
Artamonova Mariya Valerievna, Tulina Ekaterina Valer’evna
458-461Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 3.
DEPENDENCE OF THE SEMANTICS OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE MODAL VERBS ON CONTEXTUAL ENVIRONMENT
Averina Anna Viktorovna
7-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
WAYS OF EXPRESSING THE AUTHOR’S "I" IN H. REHWALDT’S WORK "ENTR?TSELTES RUSSLAND"
Amosova Natal’ya Vladimirovna, Krekhaleva Mariya Igorevna
11-15Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
NOMINATIVE UNITS OF LINGUISTIC MEANS OF THE ENGLISH LINGUOCULTURAL SCENARIO "IN AN ADVERTISING AGENCY"
Belyakova Ol’ga Vladimirovna, Aleksandrova Galina Nikolaevna, Nikitina Irina Nikolaevna
15-19Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
SCOTTISH NAMING TRADITIONS: A NEW TURN
Ivanchenko Natal'ya Yakovlevna
19-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF CAUSAL SITUATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Kozhokina Angelina Viktorovna
23-26Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
SEMANTIC ORGANIZATION OF THE CATEGORY OF COMPATIBILITY IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Kozhokina Angelina Viktorovna, Silant’eva Veronika Georgievna
27-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
TYPOLOGY OF DOORS IN THE MODERN GERMAN ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING TERMINOLOGY
Kuznetsova Nadezhda Gen’evna, Stepicheva Ol’ga Nikolaevna, Zaitseva Irina Evgen’evna
31-39Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
GERMANISMS AS A SOURCE FOR REPLENISHING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE VOCABULARY
Matasova Oksana Vladimirovna, Shapovalova Ol’ga Nikolaevna, Ufimtseva Ol’ga Aleksandrovna
40-43Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
"ANALYTICAL ARTICLE" GENRE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TEXTS OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE QUALITY PRESS)
Nikonova Ekaterina Andreevna
43-47Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
DISTANCE IN A DIALOGUE
Pilatova Valentina Nikolaevna
47-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
METAPHOR AND THE WAYS TO TRANSLATE IT INTO ANOTHER LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH SLOGANS FOR FULL-LENGTH FILMS)
Soboleva Nina Pavlovna, Yuzmukhametova Landysh Nurgayanovna
51-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
DIRECT IDENTIFIERS OF WOMAN’S ARTISTIC IMAGE IN JACK LONDON’S "COMPLETE COLLECTION NORTHERN TALES"
Sosnina Marina Aleksandrovna
57-62Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION COMPONENTS TYPICAL OF SELF-PRESENTATION STRATEGY IN THE BRITISH POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Tarasova Olesya Nikolaevna
63-66Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
SYSTEM OF SPATIAL PREPOSITIONS OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE (CONCEPTUAL APPROACH)
Khoruzhaya Yuliya Nikolaevna
67-71Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
REPRESENTATION OF "NORTHERN LIGHTS" IN THE OLD GERMANIC TEXTS
Chulkova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
72-75Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
METAPHORICAL REPRESENTATION OF SOFT POWER CONCEPT IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Shekhovtseva Tatiana Mikhailovna, Kamyshanchenko Elena Anatolievna, Taranova Elena Nikolaevna
76-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
COHESION DEGREE OF COMPONENTS OF NOUN PHRASE WITH TWO PREPOSITIVE ADJECTIVES IN THE MODERN FRENCH LANGUAGE
Afanas'eva Lidiya Vasil'evna, Solov'eva Svetlana Igorevna
80-84Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
PRESENT SITUATION WITH THE KURDISH LANGUAGE
Ameen Rizgar Muhammad
85-90Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF SLANG UNITS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE)
Afanas'eva Marina Petrovna
91-94Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
I-IDENTIFICATION OF THE BEARERS OF THE RUSSIAN, CHINESE AND ARAB CULTURES
Balandina Ekaterina Sergeevna
95-98Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
"WASEI-KANGO" AS A SPECIAL LAYER OF THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE VOCABULARY
Zhantsanova Marina Georgievna
99-102Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
CLASSIFICATION OF DISHES’ NAMES IN THE ASPECT OF THE RUSSIAN GERMANS’ LINGUOCULTURE
Korbmakher Tat’yana Vladimirovna
102-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
ATTEMPT OF ASPECTUAL MODELLING OF TEXTUAL COMPETENCE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TEXTUAL COMPETENCE OF WRITTEN SPEECH ACTIVITY)
Nesmeyanov Aleksei Vladimirovich, Shadeko Vasilii Petrovich
107-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
TRADITIONAL TERMS OF CLASSIFICATION OF RHYMED AND RHYTHMIC PROSE (SAJ’) OF THE QURAN BY THE RHYME TYPE
Rozov Vladimir Andreevich
112-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
GRAMMATICAL AND SYNTACTIC ANOMALIES IN THE ENGLISH LITERARY TEXT AND PECULIARITIES OF THEIR TRANSLATION INTO THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Soshnikov Aleksandr Olegovich
115-119Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
SYNTACTIC CONCEPT: CRITERIA AND METHODS OF ANALYSIS
Tsyganskaya Oksana Gennad’evna, Borisova Tat’yana Grigor’evna
119-123Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EXPRESSIVE MEANS USE IN THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH ADVERTISING TEXTS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE AHMAD TEA COMPANY PRODUCTS)
Vorobets Tat’yana Alekseevna, Gerdt Elena Valer’evna, Lobkova Elena Vladimirovna
124-131Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DISAGREEMENT EXPRESSION MEANS IN THE ENGLISH AND CHINESE LANGUAGES
Deputatova Natal’ya Anatol’evna, Shangaraeva Liya Faridovna
131-135Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
FEATURES OF USING COMPENSATION STRATEGY IN ALLITERATION TRANSLATION
Mironova Galina Vladimirovna, Zueva Elena Anatol’evna, Ostapova Lyudmila Evgen’evna
135-139Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
OBJECTIVATION OF NOTIONS ABOUT FAMILY IN THE RUSSIAN, ENGLISH AND CHINESE LANGUAGES
Selezneva Irina Aleksandrovna, Babina Lyudmila Vladimirovna
139-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
FEATURES OF THE RUSSIAN LOCALIZATION OF THE FRENCH FILM TITLES
Tkacheva Anna Nikolaevna
144-148Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
HOMONYMY PHENOMENON IN ECOLOGICAL VOCABULARY OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Chernikova Elena Olegovna
148-153Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
FEATURES OF THE LINGUOCULTURAL IMAGE-STEREOTYPE "DOCTOR" FROM THE POSITION OF A DIRECTED ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT
Chigrinova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
153-157Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
PHRASEOLOGICAL REPETITION IN INTEGRATIVE PROCESS OF COMPLEX INTERRELATION BETWEEN ARBITRARY CONVERSIONS AND PHRASEOLOGICAL COMBINATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Yaroslavtseva Elena Fedorovna
157-160Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
IMAGE OF THE WEST IN THE MIRROR OF THE RUSSIAN PRESS: SPHERES-SOURCES OF METAPHORICAL EXPANSION
Abramova Elena Sergeevna, Subbotina Irina Mikhailovna, Klimova Yuliya Aleksandrovna
167-171Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
CONTENT OF THE TERM "COMMENTARY" IN A SCIENTIFIC TEXT AND IN USUAL USE
Akulova Arina Alekseevna
171-175Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
ATTEMPT OF COMPILING A CONTRASTIVE DICTIONARY OF THE KUBAN FOLK SONGS LANGUAGE
Devitskaya Elena Nikolaevna, Fin'ko Ol'ga Sergeevna
176-179Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
VERBAL RECONSTRUCTION OF CRISIS EVENT IN NEWS MEDIA ONLINE MESSAGES
Ibrahim Iman Ali
179-183Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
AESTHETIC MEANING OF THE WORD "FOREST" IN M. PRISHVIN’S "FOREST DROPS" AS A REFLECTION OF THE WRITER’S ETHICAL VIEWS ON NATURE
Kostyuk Nina Aleksandrovna
183-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
LEXEME MOTHER IN CONTRASTIVE DICTIONARY OF THE KUBAN COSSACKS’ FOLK SONGS (ATTEMPT OF COMPILING A DICTIONARY ENTRY)
Litus Elena Viktorovna
188-193Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
FIGURATIVE-METAPHORICAL REPRESENTATION OF NATURAL LANDSCAPE IN TOURISM ADVERTISING NARRATIVE
Men’shikova Ekaterina Evgen’evna
194-198Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
MECHANISMS OF PHRASEME FORMATION IN LEXICOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION
Nikitina Tat’yana Gennad’evna
198-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF VLADIMIR ENOV’S PROSE FOR CHILDREN
Samokhvalova Ol’ga Pavlovna
202-205Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
LEXICAL CONNOTATION IN WORD-FORMATION PROCESSES
Toporkov Petr Evgen’evich
206-209Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
FIGURATIVE DESCRIPTION OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS (BY THE MATERIAL OF A. I. KUPRIN’S WORKS)
Yakimova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
209-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
SEMANTIC SPACE OF MATERIAL CULTURE VOCABULARY IN THE MODERN SAKHA LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS)
D’yachkovskii Fedor Nikolaevich, Pinigina Ol’ga Nikolaevna
214-218Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
KINSHIP TERMS REFLECTING THE TUNDRA YUKAGIRS’ ANCIENT CULTURE
Kurilov Gavril Nikolaevich
218-222Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
ATTEMPT OF CREATING THE ASSOCIATIVE DICTIONARY OF COMPARISONS
Pyurbeev Grigorii Tserenovich, Golubeva Evgeniya Vladimirovna
223-226Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
NATIONAL-SPECIFIC CONTENT OF THE CONCEPT ÄÜÛË?À / DESTINY IN THE SAKHA PEOPLE’S LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Skryabina Alevtina Afanas'evna
226-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
COMPOUND TOPONYMS WITH THE ZOONYMIC BASIS IN THE KARACHAY-BALKAR LANGUAGE AND THEIR LEXICAL AND GRAMMATICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Tekuev Mussa Maskhutovich, Khubolov Sakhadin Magametovich, Miziev Akhmat Magometovich
230-234Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
COGNITIVE BASES OF ONTOLOGY OF LEXICAL AND GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES
Men’shikova Anna Andreevna
235-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
M. M. PRISHVIN’S CREATIVE HERITAGE STUDY IN CHINA: HISTORY AND CURRENT STATUS
Guo Li
309-314Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
MANY ARE CALLED: MOTIVE OF TEMPTATION IN A. IVANOV’S NOVEL "TOBOL"
Goncharov Petr Andreevich, Goncharov Pavel Petrovich
315-318Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
MYTHOPOETICS OF FOLK-RELIGIOUS CALENDAR IN THE RUSSIAN PROSE OF THE EARLY ÕÕ CENTURY
Gromova Alla Vital’evna
318-322Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
PECULIARITIES OF CHILDREN’S PORTRAIT IN THE STORY "AT THE TURNING POINT" BY A. I. KUPRIN
Kultysheva Ol’ga Mikhailovna, Shinkevich Ol’ga Nikolaevna
322-326Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
RECEPTION OF TRADITIONAL MOTIVES OF THE EAST-SLAVIC FAIRY TALE IN DANA SYDEROS’S LYRICS (BASED ON "THE FOOL’S APPRENTICE" COLLECTION)
Livskaya Evgeniya Valentinovna, Volkhonskaya Mariya Andreevna
326-331Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
AXIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF O. BOGAYEV’S DRAMATURGY
Meshchanskii Aleksandr Yur'evich, Savelova Lyubov' Anatol'evna
332-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
COMPREHENSION OF THE RUSSIAN REALITY IN Z. PRILEPIN’S COLLECTION "FLYING BURLAKS"
Narbekova Oksana Vladimirovna, Nachernaya Svetlana Vladimirovna
336-342Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
SPECIFICITY OF GOTHIC TRADITION INTERPRETATION IN M. YUDENICH’S NOVEL "ASPIRATION TO KILL"
Os’mukhina Ol’ga Yur’evna, Yakunina Mariya Aleksandrovna
342-346Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
POETICS OF CHRONOTOPE OF G. R. DERZHAVIN’S ODE "MORNING" IN N. M. KARAMZIN’S "BULLETIN OF EUROPE"
Ratnikova Ol’ga Evgen’evna
347-350Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
F. I. TYUTCHEV’S AND A. A. FET’S LANDSCAPE LYRIC POETRY IN THE GERMAN ANTHOLOGIES OF THE SECOND HALF OF THE XX - THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURY
Steklyannikova Svetlana Yur'evna
351-356Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
INTERTEXT CONCEPTUALITY IN A. M. BIRYUKOV’S NOVEL "WIDE RANGE FREEDOM, OR A MODERN AMAZON"
Yurina Marina Anatol'evna
356-359Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
LITTLE MAN’S TRAGEDY IN THE GREAT WAR (BASED ON THE KARACHAY-BALKARIAN EXPATRIATE COMMUNITY’S PROSE)
Bittirova Tamara Shamsudinovna
360-363Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
PROBLEMS OF NATIONAL AESTHETICS AND LITERARY CREATIVITY IN ARTISTIC SPACE OF THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURY
Myshkina Al'bina Fedorovna, Zaitseva Tat'yana Ivanovna, Emel'yanova Tat'yana Nikolaevna
364-367Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
POSTMODERNISM FEATURES REFLECTION IN THE CHRONOTOPE "ISLAND" IN JOHN FOWLES’S NOVEL "THE MAGUS"
Beletskaya Alla Yur’evna
368-372Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
VIOLENCE AS AN INTEGRAL ELEMENT OF REALITY (BASED ON THE COLLECTION "HAUNTED: TALES OF THE GROTESQUE" BY JOYCE CAROL OATES)
Vechkanova Marina Il’inichna
372-376Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
ON THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR (1914-1918). UNDERSTANDING THE FIRST WORLD WAR IN THE WORKS OF THE WESTERN EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN WRITERS OF THE 20-30S OF THE XX CENTURY
Grigor’yants Tat’yana Pavlovna, Sitnova Larisa Ivanovna
376-380Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
KIERKEGAARD’S "TRACE" IN THE CREATIVITY THEME DEVELOPMENT IN THE NOVEL "TRIAL" BY F. KAFKA
Kunavin Evgenii Sergeevich
381-384Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
CONTRAST ROLE IN A FICTION WORK COMPOSITION (BY THE MATERIAL OF F. SCOTT FITZGERALD’S SHORT STORY "THE BABY PARTY")
Voeikova Anna Andreevna
385-388Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
HERO-DETECTIVE’S IMAGE: SPECIFICITY OF INTERPRETATION BY LITERATURE AND MODERN CINEMATOGRAPHY
Os’mukhina Ol’ga Yur’evna
389-393Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
REVIEW OF THE BOOK "MNEMOSYNE’S GIFT. NABOKOV’S NOVELS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE RUSSIAN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL TRADITION" BY B. V. AVERIN
Nyubina Larisa Mikhailovna, Andreev Vadim Sergeevich
394-396Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 2.
"AND CHERTOKUTSKY APPEARED BEFORE THE OFFICERS...": FROM THE HISTORY OF ILLUSTRATION FOR N. V. GOGOL’S STORY "THE CARRIAGE"
Gavril'chenko Oksana Vladimirovna
7-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
TEMPTATIONS OF SYRINGA-SIREN (ON AMBIVALENCE OF OLGA ILYINSKAYA’S IMAGE IN I. A. GONCHAROV’S NOVEL "OBLOMOV")
Zaitseva Tat'yana Borisovna, Rudakova Svetlana Viktorovna
11-17Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
FOCALIZATION IN V. PELEVIN’S PROSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE NOVELS "BUDDHA’S LITTLE FINGER", "HOMO ZAPIENS" AND "THE HELMET OF HORROR")
Kuryaev Il'gam Ryasimovich
17-21Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
GENRE FORMS OF L. N. TOLSTOY’S EPISTOLARY DIALOGUES WITH WRITERS DURING THE 1850-1870S
Nikolaeva Evgeniya Vasil'evna, Shcherbinina Anna Andreevna
21-27Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
THEME OF RETRIBUTION FOR PRIDE IN L. N. TOLSTOY’S ARTISTIC INTERPRETATION
Sizova Irina Igorevna
27-35Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PERCEPTION OF F. M. DOSTOEVSKY IN PUBLICISM OF THE FAR EASTERN EMIGRATION
Struk Anna Andreevna
35-39Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
TYPE OF ENGINEER-REFORMER IN TWO SCIENCE FICTION NOVELS OF THE 1920S: "THE ETHEREAL TRACT" AND "THE GARIN DEATH RAY"
Heidari Marzieh
39-43Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
BIOGRAPHICAL GENRE IN A. PUDIN’S DRAMATURGY
Antonov Yurii Grigor'evich
44-48Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PROBLEMATICS AND POETICS OF THE NOVEL "THE WHITE SHAWL" BY Z. TOLGUROV
Berberova Liana Burkhanovna
48-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ETIOLOGICAL MYTH AS A MEANING-FORMATIVE COMPONENT OF THE OSSETIAN LITERARY TALE
Britaeva Anzhela Borisovna
52-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SPECIFICITY OF CONCEPTUAL SPHERE OF THE YAKUT "NORTHERN TEXT" (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE YUKAGHIR, EVEN AND EVENK LITERATURE)
Burtseva Zhanna Valer'evna
56-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
POETICS OF A. KRIVOSHAPKIN’S PROSE
Vinokurova Antonina Afanas'evna, Okorokova Varvara Borisovna
61-65Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
POETICS OF V. N. LEONTYEV’S LITERARY-CRITICAL ARTICLES
Grigor'eva Lyudmila Pavlovna, Gladkina Ekaterina Fedorovna
66-69Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SPECIFICITY OF AUTHOR’S REALIZATION OF INTER-GENRE FORMS IN THE YAKUT POETRY OF THE SECOND HALF OF THE XX CENTURY (BY THE MATERIAL OF I. GOGOLEV’S AND S. TARASOV’S WORKS)
Efremova Ekaterina Mikhailovna, Posel'skaya Viktoriya Dmitrievna
69-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
VERSE AND DRAMATURGIC ELEMENT IN I. M. GOGOLEV’S DRAMA "THE SACRED LAND"
Kirillina Mariya Afanas'evna
73-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
EASTERN TRADITIONS IN V. AKHUN’S LYRICS
Sofronova Irina Vladimirovna
77-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PROBLEMS OF THE ARABIC WOMEN IN THE NOVEL "GIRLS OF RIYADH" BY RAJAA ALSANEA
Vavichkina Tat'yana Anatol'evna, Vlasova Yuliya Evgen'evna
82-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
"THE DISTANT LOVER" BY CHRISTOPH HEIN AND "THE STRANGER" BY ALBERT CAMUS: SPECIFICITY OF REPRESENTING EXISTENTIAL CONSCIOUSNESS
Valeeva Al'fiya Revanerovna, Gil'fanova Gul'nara Tavkil'evna, Nikulina Elena Aleksandrovna
86-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
TRANSFORMATION OF DETECTIVE GENRE IN NOVELS BY G. K. CHESTERTON AND J. K. ROWLING
Vareshin Nikita Vladimirovich
90-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
FORMATION OF WOMEN’S PROSE IN CHINA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY
Zakharova Natal'ya Vladimirovna
96-99Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
REPRESENTATION OF RENAISSANCE HUMANISM IN THE PLAYS "ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD" BY T. STOPPARD, "THE MURDER OF GONZAGO" BY N. YORDANOV, "OPHELIA" BY T. AKHTMAN, "AMLETO IN SALSA PICANTE" BY A. NICOLAJ, "FORTINBRAS GETS DRUNK" BY J. G?OWACKI
Lipnyagova Svetlana Gennad'evna, Shchukina Marina Sergeevna
100-103Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
FIGURE OF THE CHILD IN STEPHEN KING’S PROSE
Majidova Ilaha Adil
104-107Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SPECIFICITY OF IMPLEMENTING THE RUSSIANS’ IMAGES IN THE KAZAKH NOVELS OF THE SOVIET PERIOD
Meng Yaodeng
108-112Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
POPULAR NOVEL IN COLUMBIA AND MEXICO: INTERPRETATION OF STORYLINE MOTIVES
Sogomonyan Mariam Keropovna, Korotkova Lyudmila Aleksandrovna
112-117Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
RECEPTIVE-INTERPRETATIVE SPACE OF LITERARY TEXT: PROBLEMATIC PARADIGM
Kuznetsova Anna Vladimirovna
118-121Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SEMANTIC TYPES OF AUTHOR’S ORIGINAL COMPOUNDS (BY THE MATERIAL OF V. V. KRESTOVSKY’S NOVEL "THE SLUMS OF SAINT PETERSBURG")
Babina Svetlana Aleksandrovna, Beloglazova Elena Vladimirovna
131-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SEMANTIC CHANGES IN VOCABULARY OF PRIVATE EDUCATION SPHERE
Gataullina Alsu Gaisovna, Zalyalova Regina Renatovna
135-139Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PHILOSOPHICAL TERM "IMAGINATION" IN LINGUO-COGNITIVE AND LINGUISTIC ASPECTS
Golaidenko Larisa Nikolaevna, Rakhimova Alina Aleksandrovna
139-145Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
GATE-DERIVATIVES IN THE ASPECT OF EXPRESSIVE WORD-FORMATION
Gurova Irina Vladimirovna
145-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
GENDER DISCOURSE: SPECIFICITY OF SPEECH TACTICS OF A FEMALE LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY (BY THE MATERIAL OF M. K. ANISIMKOVA’S NOVEL "THE CRY OF THE LOON")
Dolzhenko Nataliya Grigor'evna, Sivkova Natal'ya Sergeevna
149-154Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
LEXICO-SEMANTIC GROUPS OF VERBAL UNITS OF SUBLANGUAGE OF MEDICINE AS A FRAGMENT OF SECTORAL VOCABULARY
Kazarina Svetlana Georgievna, Gulyaeva Tat'yana Yur'evna, Baek Kyung Hee
154-159Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
WINE METAPHORS IN ADVERTISING TOURIST NARRATIVE
Men'shikova Ekaterina Evgen'evna
159-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
INFLUENCE OF THE GREEK LANGUAGE ON THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX VOCABULARY
Skomarovskaya Anastasiya Anatol'evna
165-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
THE UNIVERSAL AND THE INDIVIDUAL IN LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE POPLAR IMAGE IN THE RUSSIAN POETRY OF THE XIX-XX CENTURIES AND IN A. P. CHEKHOV’S STORY "THE STEPPE"
Sokolova Marina Gennad'evna
169-173Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PARTICLES IN QUESTIONS WITH THE ADVERBS ÃÄÅ (WHERE), ÊÓÄÀ (WHICH WAY) AND ÎÒÊÓÄÀ (WHERE FROM)
Zhang Yue
173-177Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PARAMETERS TO DESCRIBE SYNONYMOUS PARTICLES (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE PARTICLE ÊÀÊ ÐÀÇ (EXACTLY) AND ITS SYNONYMS)
Yuan Xinyu
177-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF THE YAKUT LANGUAGE IN THE SAKHA REPUBLIC (YAKUTIA)
Ivanova Nina Innokent'evna
182-187Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
THE FOREST YUKAGHIRS’ ETHNIC SELF-IDENTIFICATION IN LANGUAGE AND FOLKLORE
Prokop'eva Praskov'ya Egorovna
188-192Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
STRUCTURAL AND WORD-FORMATIVE PECULIARITIES OF VERBS OF BEHAVIOUR IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Salakhova Ruzilya Rashitovna
192-195Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
FUNCTIONAL AND STYLISTIC PECULIARITIES OF USING ASYNDETIC COMPOUND SENTENCES IN THE MODERN MARI LANGUAGE
Sokolova Galina Leonidovna, Kolyago Anna Leonidovna
196-200Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ON THE ORIGIN OF CERTAIN DIALECTICISMS OF THE KOMI-PERMYAK LANGUAGE
Fedoseeva Elena Nikolaevna
201-204Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
CLASSIFICATION OF INDIVIDUAL AUTHORIAL TRANSFORMATIONS: COMBINATORIAL CRITERION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH DRAMATURGIC WORKS OF THE XVIII AND XX CENTURIES)
Amelina Lyubov' Vladimirovna, Sheveleva Irina Aleksandrovna
205-208Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
POSITIONS ON THE WATER AND ON THE LAND THROUGH THE LENSES OF THE GERMAN PREPOSITIONS
Boikova Irina Borisovna
208-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
QUASI-EGOCENTRISM AS A TECHNIQUE OF COMMUNICATIVE-SPEECH ARRANGEMENT OF NORMATIVE TEXT (BY THE EXAMPLE OF NORMATIVE TEXTS OF THE GERMAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS)
Bol'shakova Tat'yana Mikhailovna
226-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
OPHTHALMOLOGICAL TERMS FORMATION IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Vavilova Kseniya Yur'evna
231-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PHRASAL VERBS IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE: TERMINOLOGY, SPECIFICITY, CLASSIFICATION
Vinogradova Dar'ya Sergeevna
236-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
WRITTEN SOURCES OF THE ANGLO-SAXON PERIOD
Gogenko Viktoriya Vladimirovna
241-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
LEXICAL MEANS OF NEOLOGISMS FORMATION IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Zeremskaya Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Solodovnikova Ol'ga Vladimirovna, Sakharova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
246-250Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SPECIFICITY OF REPRESENTING THE IDEOLOGEME "WESTERN VALUES" IN THE AMERICAN MEDIA DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Ivanova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
250-254Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ROLE OF THE ENGLISH BORROWINGS IN THE MODERN GERMAN LANGUAGE
Kudrikova El'vira Ivanovna
255-259Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ROLE OF PERSONAL NAME IN DICTEME STYLIZATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF W. MORRIS’S NOVEL "A TALE OF THE HOUSE OF THE WOLFINGS")
Noskova Anna Ivanovna
259-263Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
CORPUS ANALYSIS METHOD IN STUDYING THE GERMAN PHRASEOLOGY (THEORETICAL SURVEY)
Pivovarova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
263-268Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION OF NUCLEAR UNITS OF LINGUISTIC MACRO-SPACE IN THE GERMAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES
Podgorbunskaya Irina Gennad'evna
269-272Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
GENRE AND STYLISTIC PECULIARITIES OF THE TALK SHOW "LARRY KING NOW"
Uarova Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Rachkovskaya Larisa Alekseevna
273-277Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SPECIFICITY OF THE HUNSR?CKISCH DIALECT FORMATION IN THE SOUTH OF BRAZIL
Furtsev Roman Vital'evich
278-282Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
FRAME-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF THE GERMAN VERBS OF OLFACTION
Khantimirov Spartak Mubarakshevich
282-286Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
AXIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CONCEPT FORCE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Shekhovtseva Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Kamyshanchenko Elena Anatol'evna
286-289Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ANGLICISMS IN THE SPANISH TERMINOLOGY OF INFORMATICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS: CUSTOMARY USAGE AND CODIFICATION
Kuz'mina Elena Vladimirovna
290-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SPECIFICITY OF USING EVALUATIVE ADJECTIVES IN PUBLICISTIC DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH NEWS BLOGS)
Loran Elena Yur'evna
295-299Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SYNONYMY OF PHONETIC TERMS IN THE FRENCH LANGUAGE
Lukina Ol'ga Ivanovna
300-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
PROBLEMS OF TRANSLATING THE CHINESE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN LITERARY DISCOURSE
Vashkyavichus Valentina Yur'evna, Pavlova Olesya Vladimirovna
304-307Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
TEXT GRAPHEMIC TOOLS AS A CATEGORY OF TEXTUAL AND DISCURSIVE ANALYSIS
Gubina Elena Anatol'evna
308-313Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
COGNITIVE APPROACH TO STUDYING MEDICAL TERMINOLOGICAL SYSTEM (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE)
Davydova Elena Ivanovna, Gulyaeva Evgeniya Arkad'evna, Borodulina Nataliya Yur'evna
313-316Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ROLE OF COMPONENT STRUCTURE IN THE FORMATION OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNIT SEMANTICS
Darikov Artem Alekseevich
317-321Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
REALIZATION OF INFLUENCING FUNCTION IN SOCIO-POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Efimenko Tat'yana Nikolaevna
321-325Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
CONVERSION AND PART-OF-SPEECH THEORY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH, FRENCH AND CHINESE LANGUAGES)
Isaev Danil Vladimirovich, Myachin Dmitrii Alekseevich
326-321Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
LINGUISTIC SITUATION AND LANGUAGE CONFLICT UNDER THE MODERN CONDITIONS OF LANGUAGE DIVERSITY
Kirilenko Svetlana Vladimirovna
332-335Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
MEANS TO VERBALIZE ADVERTISING DISCOURSE OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
Klimova Irina Iosifovna, Mel'nichuk Marina Vladimirovna
335-341Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
AORISTIC PAST PERFECT TENSE IN THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES
Mitina Ol'ga Alekseevna
341-345Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ABORIGINAL (EVEN AND EVENK) OIKONYMS OF THE SAKHA REPUBLIC (YAKUTIA)
Nikaeva Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Tarabukina Marfa Vasil'evna, Samsonova Larisa Nikolaevna
345-350Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
CATEGORY OF POLITENESS AS A CONDITION FOR SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: LINGUISTIC ASPECT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN AND FRENCH LANGUAGES)
Vetrinskaya Viktoriya Vladislavovna, Polyakova Nataliya Vladimirovna, Shabanova Veronika Petrovna
351-356Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
TRANSFORMED PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN D. H. LAWRENCE’S NOVEL "THE PLUMED SERPENT" AND THEIR TRANSLATION INTO RUSSIAN
Gololobova Nailya Irekovna
356-360Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
SOMATIC COMPONENT HEART IN THE RUSSIAN AND YAKUT PHRASEOLOGY
Grigor'eva Tuiara Ivanovna, Delannua Marina Stepanovna
360-363Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
ANALYSIS OF GRAMMATICAL MEANS TO EXPRESS CAUSE IN THE GERMAN AND RUSSIAN SCIENTIFIC TEXTS OF THE XVIII CENTURY
Kalyatin Igor' Sergeevich, Biryukova Evgeniya Viktorovna
364-369Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
CATEGORIAL MEANINGS OF THE VERB K?NNEN (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE GERMAN TEXTS AND THEIR RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS)
Chernoklinov Evgenii Andreevich
370-374Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
MEANS TO REPLENISH AVIATION TERMINOLOGICAL FIELD (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS IN THE SPHERE OF MILITARY AVIATION)
Shpal'chenko Elina Petrovna
375-381Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 12.
THEOSOPHY OF COLOUR BY ANDREI BELY AND PAVEL FLORENSKY
Akopova Yuliya Alekseevna
7-10Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ON COMMON AND SPECIAL VERSIONS OF "TALE ON THE ORIGIN OF TOBACCO"
Brovkina Tat'yana Vladimirovna
10-14Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SYMBOLISM OF SOPHIA’S IMAGE IN L. ULITSKAYA’S NARRATIVE "SONECHKA" AND T. TOLSTAYA’S STORY "SONYA"
Vairakh Yuliya Viktorovna, Kazorina Anna Vladimirovna
14-18Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
THE RUSSIAN ANTI-NIHILISTIC NOVEL OF THE 1860-1870S AND "GOTHIC STORY"
Efimov Anton Sergeevich
18-25Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
PARENTAL INFLUENCE ON PERSONALITY FORMATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF I. S. TURGENEV’S "THE DIARY OF A SUPERFLUOUS MAN" AND M. M. PRISHVIN’S "THE CHAIN OF KASHCHEY")
Karaseva Elena Vladimirovna
25-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
UNKNOWN SOURCES OF L. N. TOLSTOY’S CONCISE RECORDS ABOUT FIGURES AND EVENTS OF PETER THE GREAT’S EPOCH
Kovaleva Galina Nikolaevna
29-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
HARBIN AND SHANGHAI IN THE RUSSIAN LITERATURE OF THE 2000-2010S (THE NOVELS "WHITE SHANGHAI" BY E. BARYAKINA AND "HARBIN" BY E. ANTASHKEVICH)
Krasnoyarova Anna Aleksandrovna, Popkova Tat'yana Dmitrievna
34-40Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
EROTOLOGY, THANATOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS OF ABSURDITY IN Y. V. MAMLEEV’S POETRY
Merkushov Stanislav Fedorovich
40-44Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
PUSHKIN’S MOTIVES IN A. P. GAIDAR’S STORY "THE DRUMMER’S FATE"
Oktyabr'skaya Ol'ga Svyatoslavovna
44-47Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
BILDUNGSROMAN TRADITIONS IN URBAN FANTASY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE NOVEL "VITA NOSTRA" BY MARINA AND SERGEY DYACHENKO)
Safron Elena Aleksandrovna
48-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
RECEPTION OF YEVGENY BAZAROV’S IMAGE IN F. M. DOSTOEVSKY’S NOVELS "THE IDIOT" AND "DEMONS"
Smyslova Ol'ga Nikolaevna
52-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
OPPOSITION "PETERSBURG - PROVINCE" IN I. A. GONCHAROV’S NOVEL "THE PRECIPICE"
Tan Zhenzhen
57-60Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
MEANINGFUL CONTENT OF THE CONCEPT COCOON IN V. V. NABOKOV’S STORIES "BENEFICENCE" AND "CHRISTMAS"
Forsikova Yuliya Timofeevna, Pogrebnaya Yana Vsevolodovna
61-65Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
MEANING AND STRUCTURE OF KING DAVID THE PSALMIST’S IMAGE IN THE RUSSIAN POETRY OF THE XVII CENTURY
Khimich Galina Aleksandrovna
65-70Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ARTISTIC PECULIARITIES OF YALCHYGOLA TAJUDDIN’S "RISALYAI GAZIZA"
Abyzova Rezeda Ravilovna
71-74Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ARTISTIC FORMS TO REPRESENT "NEW" REALITY IN PROSE BY IMAI NASYRI
Gareeva Gul'fira Nigamatovna
75-78Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SPECIFIC GENRE PARADIGM OF RIM IDIYATULLIN’S POETRY
Latypova Alsu Vakilovna
79-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
GENDER ANALYSIS OF I. A. KURATOV’S WORKS: WAYS AND PROSPECTS
Maleva Anastasiya Valer'evna
82-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
EXISTENTIAL MOTIVES IN ?ABDULLA TUQAY’S CREATIVE WORK
Nadyrshina Leisan Radifovna, Khannanova Gul'chira Makhmutovna
86-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SPIRITUAL AND EVERYDAY CULTURE OF THE YAKUTIA EVENS IN A. KRIVOSHAPKIN’S NOVEL "HUNTER TORMITA": ATTEMPT OF HERMENEUTIC INTERPRETATION
Khazankovich Yuliya Gennad'evna
89-94Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ORIGINALITY OF MUSTAI KARIM’S LYRICS EVOLUTION
Khuzhakhmetov Ainur Oskarovich, Gindullina Raushaniya Aidarovna
94-98Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
JOHN FOWLES’S "CHINESE CASKET" AS A PRINCIPLE TO ORGANIZE POST-MODERNIST META-TEXT
Akatova Aleksandra Aleksandrovna
99-103Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ON INTER-GENRE INTERACTION OF A FAIRY TALE AND AN EPIC WORK (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE AZERBAIJANI LITERATURE)
Aliev Orudzh Sokhrab ogly
103-108Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
STRUCTURAL AND SEMIOTIC APPROACH TO ANALYSING LITERARY TEXT (BY THE MATERIAL OF K. ISHIGURO’S STORY "CROONER")
Anan'ina Marina Aleksandrovna
109-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ON THE PROBLEM OF PERIODIZATION OF THE TURKISH NOVEL OF THE REPUBLICAN PERIOD
Babaeva Eshkana Akif kyzy
115-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
G. SWIFT’S NOVEL "WATERLAND" AND ITS CHARACTER-NARRATOR IN THE RUSSIAN LITERARY CRITICISM
Vareshin Nikita Vladimirovich
119-124Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
NATIONAL STEREOTYPES IN STEPHEN FRY’S AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
Vafina Alsu Khadievna, Zinnatullina Zul'fiya Rafisovna
124-128Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
INFLUENCE OF POLITICAL SITUATION ON THE PERCEPTION OF ANTONIO MACHADO’S POETRY AND IMAGE IN THE RUSSIAN CULTURE (1929-1939)
Grunina Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Khimich Galina Aleksandrovna, Terent'eva Ekaterina Dmitrievna
128-132Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
NATIONAL SPECIFICITY OF THE BRITISH FAIRY TALE HEROINES (BY THE MATERIAL OF COMPARISONS AND EPITHETS)
Egorova Ol'ga Arsenovna
132-136Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
FOOL’S LITERATURE TRADITION IN THE NORTHERN RENAISSANCE LITERATURE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN SCHWANK, SCHILDB?RGER CHAPBOOK AND "THE PRAISE OF FOLLY" BY ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM)
Os'mukhina Ol'ga Yur'evna, Bogatova Mariya Andreevna
136-140Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
THE BASIC TRENDS OF BLACK WOMEN’S LITERATURE IN GERMANY
Perfil'eva Zinaida Evgen'evna, Dzhenkova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
141-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL FEATURES IN THE CUBAN-AMERICAN FICTION
Shkilev Roman Evgen'evich
146-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
GENRE-FORMATIVE FUNCTION OF DEIXIS IN THE RUSSIAN POETRY OF THE XIX-XX CENTURIES
Amineva Venera Rudalevna
150-153Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ANTI-UTOPIA GENRE FEATURES IN FOREIGN SCIENCE FICTION OF THE 1950S - THE BEGINNING OF THE 1970S
Dolgina Ekaterina Stanislavovna, Nikulina Yuliya Aleksandrovna
154-158Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
FABULOUSNESS OF FANTASY: CORRELATION OF GENRE FEATURES
Luludova Elena Mikhailovna
159-162Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
LEXICAL MEANS TO EXPRESS THE COMICAL AND THEIR FUNCTIONS IN S. D. DOVLATOV’S STORY "PUSHKIN HILLS"
Anisova Anna Aleksandrovna, Klimenchuk Mariya Konstantinovna
173-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ORIGIN OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN ROOT AFFIXES
Golaidenko Larisa Nikolaevna, Sal'nikov Vadim Borisovich
177-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
EXOTIC ORIENTALISMS IN A. S. GRIBOYEDOV’S CREATIVE WORK: NEW INTERPRETATION
Guseinov Garun-Rashid Abdul-Kadyrovich, Mugumova Anna L'vovna
181-187Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SYNTACTIC CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CATEGORY OF UNCERTAINTY IN S. DOVLATOV’S ARTISTIC DISCOURSE
Katsitadze Inna Mangurovna
187-191Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
CONCORDANCE OF DIALECT DISCOURSE AS AN INSTRUMENT OF ETHNO-LINGUISTIC STUDY
Litus Elena Viktorovna
191-195Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
COGNITIVE INTERJECTIONS IN N. NOSOV’S PROSE
Marinchenko Irina Aleksandrovna
196-200Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
REPRESENTATION OF SYSTEMIC WORD LINKS IN LEXICOGRAPHICAL DATA BASE
Puritskaya Elizaveta Vladislavovna, Pankov Dmitrii Ivanovich
201-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
HISTORICAL-ETYMOLOGICAL LEXICOGRAPHICAL INTERPRETATION OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE COMPONENT-ANTHROPONYM ("AND WHO KNOWS? PUSHKIN?")
Rogaleva Elena Ivanovna
207-211Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
MITIGATION POTENTIAL OF ADDRESS IN INSTITUTIONAL POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Trukhanova Dar'ya Sergeevna
211-215Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
INFORMATIONAL POTENTIAL OF THE DICTIONARY OF D. V. VENEVITINOV’S RHYMES
Shaikhutdinova Ruzalina Il'yasovna
215-221Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
NOMINAL WORD-FORMATION IN THE FINNO-UGRIC LANGUAGES
Ariskina Tat'yana Pavlovna
222-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
CONCEPTUALIZATION OF NATIONAL AND CULTURAL STEREOTYPES THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE UKRAINIAN SOMATIC PHRASEOLOGY
Grozyan Nina Fedorovna, Shcherbachuk Lidiya Fedorovna, Prudnikova Tat'yana Ivanovna
226-231Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ON USING CAPITAL LETTERS IN THE YAKUT LANGUAGE
Gur'ev Gennadii Ignat'evich
231-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
THE AVAR PAROEMIOLOGICAL UNITS WITH ADVERSATIVE-CONCESSIVE RELATIONS
Misieva Luiza Akhmedovna
235-239Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
VERB IN RITUAL VOCABULARY OF THE TUVINIAN FUNERAL RITE
Oorzhak Snezhana Sergeevna
239-244Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
VARIANCE OF SOMATIC PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE ADYGHE LANGUAGE
Tuguz Goshsim Turkubievna
244-248Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
PECULIARITIES OF BORROWED VOCABULARY FUNCTIONING IN THE TATAR ADVERTISEMENTS
Fakhretdinova Gul'naz Nurkhametovna
248-252Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
REALIZATION OF LINGUISTIC COMPRESSION PRINCIPLE IN SUBSTANDARD VOCABULARY OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN SOCIAL ETHNIC DIALECT
Aleksandrova Tat'yana Anatol'evna
253-256Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
EXTRA-LINGUISTIC AND INTRA-LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF FORMING NEW ARCHITECTURAL VOCABULARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Antonenko Nataliya Vladimirovna
257-260Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
PREDICATIVE-RELATIVE COMPLEX IN THE ENGLISH LITERARY TEXT
Batalov Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, Kuznetsova Anna Aleksandrovna
261-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
STYLISTIC MEANS AND TECHNIQUES TO CREATE A MOVIE PERSONAGE’S IMAGE IN THE ENGLISH FILM SCRIPT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE HISTORICAL TV SERIAL "VICTORIA")
Beloborodova Anna Valer'evna
265-270Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
GENDER LINGUISTICS IN THE LINGUO-LIMOLOGICAL ASPECT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NETWORK DISCOURSE)
Boronin Aleksandr Anatol'evich, Izgarsheva Anastasiya Vladimirovna, Anatskaya Tat'yana Mikhailovna
270-275Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
METAPHORIZATION PROCESS IN THE GERMAN TECHNICAL DISCOURSE
Bukeeva Mariya Evgen'evna
276-280Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
EXPRESSIVENESS OF ELLIPTICAL INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Vorob'eva Elena Nikolaevna
281-284Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
PECULIARITIES OF ADJECTIVES DESCRIBING THE ARCTIC LANDSCAPE IN "NORTHERN" STORIES BY JACK LONDON
Voronin Roman Alekseevich
285-288Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
THE ENGLISH SCHOOLCHILD’S GAMING DISCOURSE AS MULTIMODAL COMMUNICATION
Garanina Natal'ya Viktorovna, Yuyukina Lyudmila Viktorovna
289-293Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
GENDER ASPECT OF MANIPULATIVE INFLUENCE IN THE GERMAN LINGUO-CULTURE
Dil'mukhametova Arina Valer'evna
294-298Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
IDEOLOGEME "WESTERN VALUES" IN THE ASPECT OF CORPUS-BASED STUDIES (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Ivanova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
299-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF MNEMIC VERBS IN THE ENGLISH POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Iskhakova Rita Fanisovna
303-307Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SPECIFICITY OF MULTIMODAL METAPHOR FUNCTIONING IN THE ENGLISH INTERNET MEMES
Kanashina Svetlana Valerievna
308-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
EXTENSION OF THE FUNCTIONAL CLASS OF DEGREE MODIFIERS IN MODERN ENGLISH
Kraeva Irina Arkad'evna
312-316Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
METAPHOR IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ECONOMIC DISCOURSE: COMMUNICATIVE AND PRAGMATIC ASPECT
Litvinenko Elena Yur'evna, Fedorova Larisa Yur'evna
316-320Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
NEW ZEALAND PRISON JARGON IN THE FUNCTIONAL ASPECT
Trifanova Svetlana Sergeevna
320-325Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
METAPHORIZATION AS ONE OF THE MEANS TO FORM THE ENGLISH MEDICAL TERMS
Khakieva Zalikha Usmanovna, Zekieva Petimat Masudovna, Abdulkhadzhieva Mar'yam Ruslanovna
325-329Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
CONCEPTUALIZATION OF AGE-RELATED STATES IN THE PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE
Lapteva Ol'ga Evgen'evna
330-334Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
LINGUISTIC-ARGUMENTATIVE ANALYSIS OF CRITICISM IN SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE (BY THE MATERIAL OF REVIEWS OF RESEARCH PAPERS ON LINGUISTICS)
Barebina Natal'ya Sergeevna, Zyryanova Irina Nikolaevna
335-342Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
DYNAMICS OF LINGUISTIC BEHAVIOUR AND LINGUISTIC VIEWS IN THE CONTEXT OF LANGUAGE POLICY IN THE REPUBLIC OF KHAKASSIA
Borgoyakova Tamara Gerasimovna, Guseinova Aurika Vagifovna
342-347Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
POETRY AS SELF-EXPRESSION OF NATURAL LANGUAGE
Kadimov Ruslan Gadzhimuradovich
347-352Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
"THE TALE OF SOLDIER FEDOT, THE DARING FELLOW" BY L. FILATOV: PRAGMA-LINGUISTIC ASPECT
Kalashnikova Anna Aleksandrovna, Mayakova Ekaterina Sergeevna, Ranneva Nina Aleksandrovna
352-357Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
LINGUO-PRAGMATIC MEANS TO REPRESENT HEALTHY LIFESTYLE IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN HYPERTEXTS (BY THE MATERIAL OF FITNESS CENTRES WEBSITES)
Mashlykina Natal'ya Dmitrievna, Sidorova Irina Gennad'evna
358-363Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ETHNOCULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FEMALE IMAGES IN THE GREEK LANGUAGE
Miroshnichenko Luiza Nikolaevna, Chakalova Elina Pavlovna
364-368Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
LINGUO-PERSONOLOGICAL MODELS OF TERRITORY PERCEPTION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF KEMEROVO REGION)
Savel'eva Irina Viktorovna
369-373Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
REALIZATION OF THE MEANING "PLANE" IN THE MONGOLIC WORDS WITH THE ROOT PHONEMES [L] AND [L']
Sundueva Ekaterina Vladimirovna, Ayusheev Bator Bal'zhinimaevich
373-376Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
STRUCTURAL-GRAMMATICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF COLOUR DESIGNATING PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Urvantseva Anna Kirillovna
377-380Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
HYPOTHETICAL-DEDUCTIVE METHOD TO DESCRIBE METONYMY IN THE SPHERE OF VERBS OF SPEAKING
Chaplin Evgenii Vladimirovich
381-386Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ETHNO-CULTURAL COMPONENT OF LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY’S THESAURUS LEVEL (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE KABARDIAN AND BALKAR LANGUAGES)
Shogenova Marina Chashifovna
386-390Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
PHONO-STRUCTURAL AND PHONETIC CORRELATIONS OF THE YAKUT-TURKISH PARALLELS (CELESTIAL BODIES, TIME, LANDSCAPE AND VEGETABLE WORLD)
Vasil'ev Ivan Yur'evich
391-396Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
PHONETIC AND GRAPHICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE RUSSIAN BORROWINGS IN THE SIBERIAN TATAR LANGUAGE
Isakova Anna Alekseevna
396-400Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATING A LITERARY TEXT
Kovaleva Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Varzakova Ekaterina Andreevna
400-404Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
COMPARATIVE IDEOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF THE PHRASEOLOGICAL MICRO-SYSTEM "KINDNESS" (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE UKRAINIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Kolesnikova Irina Evgen'evna
405-408Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SPECIFICITY OF PHONETIC ASPECT WHEN TRANSLATING L. N. TOLSTOY’S NOVEL "HADJI MURAT" INTO THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Lutfullina Gyul'nara Firdavisovna
409-412Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
SEMANTICS AND PRAGMATICS OF OPPOSITION IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE MASS MEDIA IN CHINA
Nikolaeva Ol'ga Vasil'evna
412-416Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
EQUIVALENCE OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE COMPONENT "FINGER" IN THE RUSSIAN, BELARUSIAN AND GERMAN LANGUAGES
Parkhomik Vladimir Vladimirovich
416-419Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
CONCEPT WOMAN IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN PHRASEOLOGY (BY THE MATERIAL OF PAROEMIOLOGICAL UNITS)
Sereda Elena, Gerasimova Anastasiya Sergeevna
420-423Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGE GAME IN A LITERARY TEXT
Timirbaeva Oksana Olegovna
423-427Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC MEANS EXPRESSING THE CATEGORY OF TIME IN THE RUSSIAN AND CHINESE LANGUAGES
Qu Rui
427-432Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
NUMBER SYMBOLISM IN THE KHAKASS AND TUVINIAN LANGUAGES (BY THE MATERIAL OF FOLKLORIC TEXTS)
Chugunekova Alena Nikolaevna
432-436Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 11.
ORIGINAL VERSION OF "TALE ON THE ORIGIN OF TOBACCO"
Brovkina Tat'yana Vladimirovna
7-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
AUTHOR’S FORM OF PUSHKIN’S MYTH MANIFESTATION IN M. A. BULGAKOV’S PROSE AND S. DOVLATOV’S NARRATIVE "PUSHKIN HILLS"
Vairakh Yuliya Viktorovna, Kazorina Anna Vladimirovna
11-15Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
S. A. YESENIN IN THE BULGARIAN INTERNET SOURCES
Eremenko Nataliya Alekseevna
15-18Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
GENRE MARKERS OF A DISASTER NOVEL IN THE PROSE BY ANDREY GELASIMOV AND SAKYO KOMATSU
Zhelobtsova Svetlana Fedorovna, Barashkova Svetlana Nikolaevna
19-22Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
INNOKENTY ANNENSKY’S RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL SEARCH AS A THESIS AND ANTITHESIS OF CHRISTIAN SOTERIOLOGY
Zayats Mikhail Sergeevich
22-26Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
KALINOV AND BRYAKHIMOV: VOLGA TOWNS CREATED BY A. N. OSTROVSKY
Krasnikova Olesya Nikolaevna
26-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
MOTIVE OF INSANITY AS THE BASIC INSTRUMENT OF D. A. GORCHEV’S ABSURDISM
Merkushov Stanislav Fedorovich
30-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
TYPES OF FAMILIES IN CHILDREN’S AND ADOLESCENT PROSE OF THE XIX-XXI CENTURIES
Minibaeva Adelya Rinatovna, Bozhkova Galina Nikolaevna, Bykov Anton Valer'evich
34-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
LANDSCAPE ECPHRASIS IN M. Y. LERMONTOV’S CREATIVE WORK
Potashova Kseniya Alekseevna
38-42Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
OFFICE CHRONOTOPE IN M. ZOSHCHENKO’S STORIES OF THE 1920-30S
Rakhmetov Orazbai Eliyasovich
42-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
FROM UNRELIABLE NARRATOR TO UNRELIABLE LYRICAL STORY IN V. V. NABOKOV’S LYRICS
Trufanova Irina Vladimirovna
46-50Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY GENRE IN KEDRA MITREI’S PRE-REVOLUTIONARY CREATIVE WORK
Dmitrieva Larisa Aleksandrovna, Zaitseva Tat'yana Ivanovna
51-55Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
ELEMENTS OF SYMBOLISM AND EXPRESSIONISM IN THE OSSETIAN LANDSCAPE LYRICS OF THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY (A. I. TOKAEV, D. B. KHETAGUROV)
Khetagurova Dzerassa Kazbekovna
56-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
FUNCTIONS OF EKPHRASIS IN O. WILDE’S CYCLE "FANTASIES DECORATIVE"
Bakhnova Yuliya Anatol'evna, Chalei Ol'ga Valer'evna
62-66Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
WORLDVIEW PECULIARITIES IN J. STEINBECK’S NARRATIVE "OF MICE AND MEN" AND M. GORKY’S PLAY "THE LOWER DEPTHS"
Glembotskaya Yana Olegovna
67-70Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
IDEOLOGICAL AND AESTHETICAL SEARCH OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN PROSE IN KYRGYZSTAN
Dzholbulakova Cholpon Arsymatovna, Arstanbekova Zhamiila Arstanbekovna
71-75Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
BETWEEN PAST AND PRESENT: PECULIARITIES OF REPRESENTING THE CATEGORY OF TIME IN GONZALO DE BERCEO’S WORKS
Ivanova Nina Vladimirovna
75-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
CREATIVE RELATIONS OF DZHALIL MAMEDKULIZADE AND THE KARABAKH INTELLIGENTSIA
Kuliev Vasif Khosrov oglu
79-82Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
CONCEPTION OF SOCIAL MODERNIZATION PROPOSED BY MIRZA FATALI AKHUNDZADE
Musaev Shakhbaz Shamy ogly
83-87Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
JAFAR KHANDAN’S CRITICISM OF NIZAMI GANJAVI
Shyukyurova Gyul'khani Vagif
87-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
FROM SYMBOL TO SIMULACRUM (BY THE MATERIAL OF ANDREI BELY’S "MOSCOW TEXT")
Akopova Yuliya Alekseevna
92-95Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLICAL LEGEND OF LAZARUS’S RESURRECTION IN THE WORKS OF THE LATIN AUTHORS OF THE IX-XI CENTURIES AND IN THE LATE BYZANTINE LITERATURE
Beresneva Lyudmila Nikolaevna, Nadezhkin Aleksei Mikhailovich
96-100Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
EVOLUTION OF A CHARACTER-INVESTIGATOR’S CONSCIOUSNESS IN NOVELS BY F. M. DOSTOEVSKY, L. N. TOLSTOY, G. SWIFT
Vareshin Nikita Vladimirovich
100-104Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DETECTIVE GENRE IN THE MODERN ENGLISH ECCENTRIC CHILDREN’S LITERATURE (BY THE MATERIAL OF J. K. ROWLING’S AND R. DAHL’S WORKS)
Kapkova Svetlana Yur'evna
104-107Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SEMANTIC FIELD "INSOMNIA" IN M. I. TSVETAEVA’S EARLY LYRICS
Anisova Anna Aleksandrovna, Semenova Galina Yur'evna
127-132Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SYNTHESIZED LEXICAL UNITS IN THE LANGUAGE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS
Bashkirtseva Oksana Aleksandrovna, Dedkovskaya Dar'ya Mikhailovna
132-137Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
LEXICO-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF THE WORDS Ë?ÏÛÉ, Ë?ÏÎÄÐÚÂÚ IN THE OLD RUSSIAN TRANSLATION OF JOHN MALALA’S "CHRONOGRAPHIA" BOOK V
Galochkina Tat'yana Anatol'evna
138-141Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
ÐÅÀËÜÍÛÉ ÏÀÖÀÍ (GOOD OLE BOY) AND ÍÀÑÒÎßÙÈÉ ÌÓÆ×ÈÍÀ (REAL MAN): DIFFERENTIATION OF SYNONYMS IN TERMS OF INTEGRAL DESCRIPTION OF LANGUAGE
Guo Lijun
141-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
ONOMASTIC COMPONENT OF THE MODERN NORMATIVE SCIENTIFIC MACRO-TEXT "THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE" IN SYNCHRONY
Golubnichaya Alina Vladimirovna
145-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
THE TURKIC BORROWINGS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE: CHRONOLOGICAL ASPECT OF LEXICOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION
Karimullina Guzel' Nurutdinovna, Gubaidullina Anna Evgen'evna
149-153Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
FUNCTIONAL AND SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF THE CORRELATIONAL PAIR "ÍÀ ÑËÎÂÀÕ - ÍÀ ÄÅËÅ" ("RHETORICALLY - PRACTICALLY")
Petrochenko Tat'yana Valentinovna
153-157Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SYSTEMATIZATION OF SEMANTIC RELATIONS OF PRODUCTIVE POLYSEMANTS WITH REFLECTED SYNONYMS
Rozhentsova Liliya Nikolaevna
157-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
CORPUS LINGUISTICS TERMS IN THE KHALKHA MONGOLIAN AND BURYAT LANGUAGES
Abaeva Yuliya Dogorzhapovna
162-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
NOMINATIONS OF DWELLINGS AND PARTS OF A TRADITIONAL YURT IN THE KHAKASS LANGUAGE
Abdina Raisa Petrovna
166-171Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
STRUCTURAL AND WORD FORMATIVE PECULIARITIES OF TOPONYMS IN V. IMAMOV’S NOVEL "KAZAN FORTRESS"
Kamaeva Rima Bizyanovna
171-174Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
CATEGORY OF MOOD IN THE KADAR LANGUAGE
Mutalov Rasul Osmanovich, Vagizieva Naida Arslankhanovna
175-179Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
NAMES OF NATATORIAL AND SEMIAQUATIC BIRDS IN THE KHAKASS LANGUAGE
Chebodaeva Larisa Il'inichna
179-183Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
CORPUS-BASED STUDY ON LINGUISTIC PECULIARITIES OF ONLINE CRIME REPORT DISCOURSE BY THE EXAMPLE OF KIDNAPPING REPORTS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Bolushevskaya Irina Nikolaevna
184-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
PHONETIC ASSIMILATION OF BORROWED LEXICAL UNITS OF THE CHINESE ORIGIN IN THE ENGLISH LITERARY LANGUAGE
Buran Anna Leonidovna, Solodovnikova Ol'ga Vladimirovna, Kokhonova Kseniya Evgen'evna
189-193Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SYMBOLIC REALIZATION OF COLOUR TERMS IN S. KING’S WORKS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Vlasova Ekaterina Anatol'evna
193-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
STRUCTURAL TYPES OF MILITARY TERMS IN THE ENGLISH FICTION OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES
Gamov Anton Nikolaevich
197-201Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE COMPONENT - COLOUR TERM BLAU (BLUE) IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE
Doinikova Marina Igorevna
201-205Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
LEXICAL MEANS TO FORM RUSSIA’S IMAGE IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF D. TRUMP’S SPEECHES)
D'yachenko Irina Aleksandrovna, Koroleva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Petrukhina Oksana Petrovna
205-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
ASSOCIATIVE FIELD OF THE CONCEPT FRIENDSHIP IN THE AMERICAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Zimina Mariya Viktorovna, Boiko Mariya Valer'evna
210-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
EVOLUTION OF LEXICAL MEANING OF THE ENGLISH ONOMATOPOEIC WORDS OBJECTIFYING KNOCKING SOUNDS
Zoidze Ella Amiranovna
214-217Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
METAPHORICAL MODELLING OF OIL INDUSTRY TERMS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Kalinina Svetlana Valentinovna, Kotsyubinskaya Lyubov' Vyacheslavovna
218-222Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
LINGUISTIC MANIFESTATION OF "CROSSROADS OF CULTURES" IN THE GERMAN YOUTH SLANG
Kosova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
223-227Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SEMANTIC AND STRUCTURAL-GRAMMATICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH A SOMATIC COMPONENT
Likhacheva Zhanna Vladimirovna
228-231Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
MEANINGFUL DYNAMICS OF BODY POSITIVITY CONCEPT IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NETWORK DISCOURSE
Mel'nichuk Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Lebedeva Pelageya Yur'evna
232-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
MEANS TO REPLENISH THE ENGLISH GLUTTONIC VOCABULARY IN THE XX CENTURY
Mishutinskaya Elena Alekseevna, Ponomarenko Larisa Nikolaevna
238-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
THEMATIC DIFFERENTIATION OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH A NUMERIC COMPONENT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Khlystunova Yuliya Yur'evna, Ul'yanova Natal'ya Nikolaevna
242-246Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SOUND NOMINATIONS AS AN AXIOLOGICAL COMPONENT OF ARTISTIC SPACE IN K. MODICK’S NOVEL "KONZERT OHNE DICHTER"
Khripunova Ilona Igorevna
246-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SPECIFICITY OF TERMINOLOGICAL NOMINATION OF THE MODALITY CATEGORY IN THE CHINESE LANGUAGE
Davletbaeva Aigul' Fidusovna, Fatkullina Flyuza Gabdullinovna
252-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
LEXICOGRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF THE VOCABLES HERITAGE/ÍÀÑËÅÄÈÅ IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Devel' Lyudmila Aleksandrovna
257-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
AXIOLOGICAL CONNOTATION OF A PROPER NAME: DYNAMIC ASPECT
Kryukova Irina Vasil'evna
261-266Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
FICTION DISCOURSE AS A SPHERE OF FUNCTIONING OF A BILINGUAL LINGUISTIC SIGN
Lipchanskaya Vladlena Vladimirovna, Lomteva Tat'yana Nikolaevna
266-270Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
SEMANTIC VARIATION OF THE PRONOUN ‘ONE’ IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Tislenkova Irina Aleksandrovna, Bgantseva Irina Vladimirovna
271-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
MEANING CONSTRUCTION IN CASE OF DELIBERATE VERBAL AMBIGUITY
Ustinova Tat'yana Viktorovna
275-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
COGNITIVE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PARADIGMS OF TRANSLATION AS BILINGUAL SPEECH ACTIVITY
Shelestyuk Elena Vladimirovna, Yakovleva Evgeniya Sergeevna
279-290Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
VERBALIZATION OF ATTITUDE TO FOREIGN FASHION IN THE SOVIET WOMEN’S MAGAZINES OF THE 1920S AND MODERN RUSSIAN BLOGS
Alyunina Yuliya Matveevna, Politova Elena Vyacheslavovna
291-298Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
HYDRONYM "BARGYUSHAD" IN TOPONYMICAL SYSTEM OF THE AZERBAIJANI LANGUAGE
Akhmedova El'nara Guseinaga kyzy
298-302Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
OMANI ARABIC: HISTORICAL AND LINGUISTIC DESCRIPTION
Zarytovskaya Viktoriya Nikolaevna, Al-Rahbi Ahmed Mohammed
302-307Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
FASHIONABLE WORD "TOXIC" IN THE RUSSIAN AND CHINESE LANGUAGES
Yi Liqun
307-310Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
PRAGMATIC ASPECT OF ABBREVIATION TRANSLATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN TEXTS OF THE RAILWAY SUBJECT AREA)
Odaryuk Irina Vasil'evna
310-314Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
THE RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS OF R. FROST’S POEM "NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY"
Pinkovskii Vitalii Ivanovich, Kamolov Murodzhon Makhmadzulunovich
314-319Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
LEXICO-SEMANTIC REPRESENTATION OF NUCLEUS AND CORE OF THE CONCEPT PARDON IN THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LEGAL TERM SYSTEMS
Popova Larisa Georgievna, Parfenenko Elena Nikolaevna
320-323Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
INTERLINGUAL LEXICAL LACUNAS IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Spiridovskii Oleg Vladimirovich, Rassolenko Svetlana Petrovna
324-328Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
STRUCTURAL-SEMANTIC ARRANGEMENT OF WORD FORMATIVE CLUSTERS WITH THE TOPS ÑÓÕÎÉ / DRY: COMPARATIVE ASPECT
Subbotina Natal'ya Sergeevna
329-332Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
LINGUO-COGNITIVE ANALYSIS OF ADJECTIVES WITH THE MEANING OF HIGH TEMPERATURE IN THE BURYAT LANGUAGE (IN COMPARISON WITH THE RUSSIAN EQUIVALENTS)
Tsyrenov Babasan Dorzhievich
333-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
CORRELATION OF EVERYDAY REALITY AND PHRASEOLOGICAL WORLDVIEW (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND VIETNAMESE COLLOQUIAL VOCABULARY)
Trinh Thuy Duong
337-340Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
TERMS OF THE TRADITIONAL JAPANESE AESTHETICS AS INTER-LINGUAL LACUNAS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Shibiko Ol'ga Sergeevna
341-346Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 10.
FAMILY CONCEPT IN ALTAI BYLINAS: DEFINITIONS "MOTHER" AND "FATHER"
Baryshnikova Natal’ya Gennad’evna, Stenina Viktoriya Fedorovna
7-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
BORROWED TERMS’ ROLE IN THE FORMATION OF SECONDARY SYSTEMS OF LAW TERMINOLOGY IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Levina Mariya Aleksandrovna
11-15Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
SEMANTICS OF QUESTIONS WITH THE WORDS ÃÄÅ (WHERE), ÊÓÄÀ (WHICH WAY) AND ÎÒÊÓÄÀ (WHERE FROM)
Zhang Yue
15-19Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
STYLE AND LANGUAGE: DIFFERENTIATION OF NOTIONS
Shokov Nikolai Nikolaevich
20-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
SOCIOLINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF "CENTRAL" AND "PERIPHERAL" TYPES OF LANGUAGES DEVELOPMENT IN THE CRIMEAN ETHNO-LINGUAL CONTACT AREA
Mazinov Akhtem Seit-Ametovich
24-27Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
FEATURES OF LINGUISTIC PORTRAIT (BY THE MATERIAL OF BARACK OBAMA’S AND DONALD TRUMP’S INAUGURATION SPEECHES)
Akinina Polina Sergeevna
28-33Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN J. MCCAIN’S POLITICAL SPEECH AND PECULIARITIES OF THEIR TRANSLATION
Barbazyuk Vera Yur’evna
33-37Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
TYPES OF OMITTED INFORMATION IN WHISPER INTERPRETING (CHOUCHOUTAGE)
V'yunova Ekaterina Kirillovna
37-42Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
MAN AND WOMAN IN THE ENGLISH ANTI-PROVERBS
Ivanova Elizaveta Vasil'evna
43-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
FAIRY-TALE ALLUSIONS AS A MEANS OF VERBAL INFLUENCE IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION
Kondrashova (Koz'mina) Vera Nikolaevna
47-50Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH ANTHROPONYMS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Kuritskaya Elena Vladimirovna
51-55Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
NOUN COMPOSITION IN THE ENGLISH CUSTOMS TERMINOLOGY
Maksimova Marina Anatol'evna, Abdul'manova Adelya Khamitovna
56-59Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
LINGUO-STYLISTIC PECULIARITIES OF POLITICAL SPEECHES (BY THE EXAMPLE OF DONALD TRUMP’S PUBLIC SPEECHES)
Porchesku Galina Vasil'evna, Rubleva Ol'ga Sergeevna
60-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
LANGUAGE TECHNIQUES OF COMMUNICATIVE ACCUSATION TACTICS REALISATION IN THE AMERICAN POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Khlopotunov Yaroslav Yur'evich
63-68Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
LINGUISTIC MEANS OF CREATING AN IMAGE OF A BUSINESSWOMAN IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE FICTION DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF L. WEISBERGER’S NOVEL "THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA")
Shchitova Natal'ya Georgievna
68-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
PRECEDENT PHENOMENA USE IN WORKS OF THE MODERN FRENCH WRITERS GUILLAUME MUSSO, AMELIE NOTHOMB AND BERNARD WERBER
Golutvina Anastasiya Vital’evna, Babina Lyudmila Vladimirovna
74-79Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF CONFLICT IN THE ENGLISH PUBLICISTIC SPEECH
Babaev Yurii Viktorovich
80-83Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
STUDY OF URBAN ERGONYMS
Bovaeva Galina Mandzhievna, Buraeva Tat'yana Viktorovna, Dal'dinova El'za Ochir-Goryaevna
84-87Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
FEATURES OF DISEASES NOMINATION IN THE SCOTS DIALECT
Vystropova Ol'ga Stanislavovna
88-93Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF SPECIAL VOCABULARY IN THE WORK "THE MOON IS A HARSH MISTRESS" BY R. HEINLEIN
Golovina Elena Viktorovna
93-98Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
FEATURES OF INTERPRETATION AND STRUCTURE OF THE NOTION "LINGUISTIC SIGN"
Krylova Irina Aleksandrovna
99-102Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
SPECIFICITY OF FORESTRY TERMINOLOGY TRANSLATION FROM ENGLISH INTO RUSSIAN
Kurmaeva Irina Il’darovna, Babenko Olesya Vladimirovna, Rakhimbirdieva Il’mira Mukharyamovna
103-107Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
PECULIARITIES OF ACCUSATION TACTICS REALIZATION IN THE SOVIET POLITICAL MEDIA DISCOURSE
Lisyutkina Irina Sergeevna
107-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
REFLECTION OF SUBCULTURE FEATURES IN ROCK MUSICIANS’ AND FANS’ LINGUISTIC CONSCIOUSNESS
Pleshkov Evgenii Sergeevich
111-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
40 YEARS OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IN CHINA: MAIN STAGES AND DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS
Huang Tiande
115-120Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
PECULIARITIES OF TRANSFERRING THE CHILEAN TOPONYMS BY MEANS OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Bobyleva Elena Sergeevna
121-125Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
THE MODAL VERB ? AND PECULIARITIES OF ITS TRANSLATION INTO THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Davletbaeva Aigul’ Fidusovna, Fatkullina Flyuza Gabdullinovna
125-129Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
SUBORDINATE CLAUSES OF REASON IN THE MODERN GERMAN LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF EDITORIALS) IN COMPARISON WITH THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Orlova Anastasiya Anatol’evna, Shvedova Irina Viktorovna
130-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
EMOTIONAL-EXPRESSIVE FUNCTIONS OF ELLIPSIS IN THE RUSSIAN AND CHINESE PUBLICISM
Chu Jingru
134-140Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
ON LEXICAL AND GRAMMATICAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERCULTURAL ADAPTATION OF THE FICTION TEXT "PETER PAN"
Yunkova Evgeniya Petrovna
141-144Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
ENGLISH LOANWORDS AS AN ELEMENT OF STUDENTS’ BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE
Narochnaya Elena Borisovna, Sumina Viktoriya Evgen’evna
145-150Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
TWO HUNDRED YEARS AGO (E. T. A. HOFFMANN’S ROMANTIC STRIVING)
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
163-173Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF GENRE PARODY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE LITERARY DISCOURSE OF THE XIX CENTURY)
Anisimova Evgeniya Evgen’evna
174-177Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
DICHOTOMY OF AN IDEAL SWEETHEART’S IMAGE (THE STORY "NATALIE" BY I. A. BUNIN)
Bogdanova Olga Vladimirovna, Liu Ziyuan
178-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
BIRCH’S IMAGE-SYMBOL IN A. ZHIGULIN’S LYRICS
Isakova Alla Naumovna
182-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
"...I KINDLY REQUEST YOU NOT TO MENTION MY NAME..." FROM THE COMMENTARY TO "THE TALES OF THE LATE IVAN PETROVICH BELKIN"
Kozhevnikov Viktor Andreevich
185-189Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
ARTISTIC FUNCTIONALITY OF THE CONCEPT STONE IN ZAKHAR PRILEPIN’S NOVEL "ABODE"
Popova Irina Mikhailovna
189-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
GENRE SPECIFICITY OF THE RUSSIAN HISTORICAL NOVEL
Sharonova Elena Aleksandrovna, Sharonov Aleksandr Markovich
195-200Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
ARTISTIC CONCEPTIONS OF NATURE IN M. YU. LERMONTOV’S LYRICS: THE DIVINE VS THE DEMONIC
Yang Yunlu
200-203Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
CHANTS BY GRIGORY CHINKOV - THE FOUNDER OF THE EVENK LITERATURE
Ivanova El'vira Vasil'evna
204-208Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
I. V. PUKHOV’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE YAKUT HEROIC EPIC TALE OLONKHO
Illarionov Vasilii Vasil’evich, Illarionova Tuyara Vasil’evna, Dmitrieva Oksana Nikolaevna
209-213Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
INTER-ETHNIC RELATIONS AND INTERACTIONS IN FOLKLORE OF THE PEOPLES OF BASHKORTOSTAN
Kul’sarina Irena Galinurovna, Kul’sarin Nur Galinurovich
213-217Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
ARTISTIC FEATURES OF R. K. ORLOVA’S LOVE LYRICS
Naldeeva Ol’ga Ivanovna, Asyrkina Elena Ivanovna, D’yachkova Elena Nikolaevna
217-221Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
BODY’S IMAGE: WOMAN-TOWN IN YAKUT WRITERS’ WORKS OF THE EARLY XX CENTURY
Noeva Sargylana Eremeevna
221-224Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
"SEYMCHAN DIARY" IN A. E. KULAKOVSKY’S INTELLECTUAL BIOGRAPHY: THE AUTHOR’S COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES
Romanova Lidiya Nikolaevna
225-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
SOCIAL UTOPIAS IN G?NTER KUNERT’S POETRY
Antoshina Ol'ga Dmitrievna
230-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT IN THE STORY "SQUARE MOONCAKE" BY YAN GELING
Ayusheeva Natal’ya Garmaevna, Lapina Tat’yana Alekseevna
234-237Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
IMAGE OF LONDON IN NEIL GAIMAN’S NOVEL "NEVERWHERE"
Bondarenko Marina Igorevna
238-242Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
TOTEMIC SIGNS OF ANIMALS IN WRITTEN AND ORAL-EPIC SOURCES AS ETHNOGRAPHIC REALITY
Kulbarakova Zarina Anarbekovna
242-246Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
INTERRELATIONS OF AN INDIVIDUAL AND ABSOLUTE IN S. KIERKEGAARD’S AND F. KAFKA’S CREATIVE WORK (BY THE MATERIAL OF F. KAFKA’S MINIATURE "A MESSAGE FROM THE EMPEROR" AND A FRAGMENT FROM S. KIERKEGAARD’S BOOK "THE SICKNESS UNTO DEATH")
Kunavin Evgenii Sergeevich
247-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
GENESIS OF THE CHINESE LITERARY AUTOBIOGRAPHY GENRE IN MODERN RESEARCHERS’ WORKS
Kurako Yuliya Sergeevna
251-255Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
DOSTOEVSKY’S TRADITION IN THE NOVEL "CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY" BY W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Mitina (Petrushova) Evgeniya Aleksandrovna
255-258Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
THE IMAGE OF MARY: MYTHOLOGEME AND MYTHONYM OF "HOLY MARY" IN ANNE ENRIGHT’S CREATIVE WORK (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE STORY "THE PORTABLE VIRGIN")
Sayfullina Milyausha Nazimovna
259-262Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
"MOMENTS OF EVERLASTINGNESS": CONTINUITY OF THE NATURE TOPIC INTERPRETATION IN THE WORKS BY RICHARD JEFFERIES AND EDWARD THOMAS
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
262-266Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
"FOOD-LOVE" METAPHOR IN SHAKESPEARE’S "SONNETS"
Florova Valeriya Sergeevna
267-270Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
PECULIARITY OF FEMALE PROBLEMATICS REALISATION IN CHARLOTTE BRONT?’S EARLY WORKS ("THE PROFESSOR")
Shamina Natal'ya Viktorovna
271-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
CHRONOTOPE FEATURES IN LITERATURE (JEEVES AND WOOSTER BY P. G. WODEHOUSE CASE-STUDY)
Kitaeva Elena Martovna, Shabunina Eleonora Viktorovna
275-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
AMERICAN FOLK SONG "OH SHENANDOAH": TEXTOLOGICAL STUDY
Engel' Elena Igorevna
279-283Philology. Theory & Practice
2019. ¹ 1.
DIALOGIZATION OF NATIONAL LITERARY CLASSICS IN THE CONTEXT OF GENERAL LITERARY PROCESS DEVELOPMENT
Tkhagazitov Yurii Mukhamedovich, Kerimova Rauzat Abdullakhovna
301-304Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
IMAGE OF GOTHIC VILLAIN IN THE CONTEXT OF POSTMODERNIST CULTURE: THE NOVEL BY STEPHEN KING "MISERY"
Smetanina Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Klimovich Anna Olegovna
297-300Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
HISTORICAL NOVEL BY AHMET ?MIT AS A STAGE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODERN TURKISH FICTION
Repenkova Mariya Mikhailovna
290-297Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
POETRY OF "LE CAVEAU MODERNE" (1806-1817): CONTENT, MESSAGE, PLACE IN THE CULTURAL CONTEXT OF THE ERA
Pinkovskii Vitalii Ivanovich
286-289Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
EXISTENTIAL MOTIVES IN THE TATAR POEMS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY
Nadyrshina Leisan Radifovna, Ganieva Aigul' Firdinatovna
283-286Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
INTERTEXTUAL ELEMENTS AND THEIR LITERARY SIGNIFICANCE IN TATYANA TOLSTAYA’S NOVEL "KYS"
Mishina Galina Vital’evna
279-282Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
STAGE VERSIONS OF THE TATAR DRAMATURGY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURY
Minnullina Fatyma Khaliullovna, Garipova Leilya Shamilovna
275-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
DESTINATION AS AN ELEMENT OF THE TRAVELOGEME: WAYS OF METAPHORIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SPACE
Kublitskaya Ol'ga Viktorovna
271-275Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
UNKNOWN SOURCES OF L. N. TOLSTOY’S CONCISE RECORDS ABOUT THE ERA OF PETER THE GREAT
Kovaleva Galina Nikolaevna
264-267Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
T. LINDEMANN’S POETICS: GOTHICISM, DARK ROMANTICISM, EXPRESSIONISM
Krasheninnikov Andrei Evgen'evich
268-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
LIGHT METAPHYSICS OF ANDREI BELY
Akopova Yuliya Alekseevna
225-228Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
"HOMELAND" AND "FOREIGN LAND" IN FARIT YAKHIN’S POETRY
Bekmetov Rinat Ferganovich
228-232Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
FEMALE BOGATYR IMAGE IN THE ADYGHE HISTORICAL AND HEROIC EPOS
Bukhurov Mukhamed Fuadovich
233-236Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
THE NATURE AND THE MAN IN THE NOVEL "ABODE" BY ZAKHAR PRILEPIN
Volkova Ol'ga Mikhailovna, Danilova Natal'ya Kuz'minichna
237-242Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
IDEOLOGICAL AND ARTISTIC PECULIARITIES OF F. M. KLINGER’S NOVEL "ORPHEUS" IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPEAN LITERATURE OF THE XVIII CENTURY
Gladilin Nikita Valer'evich
243-247Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
HISTORICAL- AND THEORETICAL-LITERARY ASPECTS OF THE BALLAD GENRE
Gudkova Svetlana Petrovna, Pivkina Ekaterina Vasil'evna
248-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
APOPHATICISM OF S. A. YESENIN’S ARTISTIC WORLD (ON THE POEM "A LETTER TO MOTHER")
Dudareva Marianna Andreevna
252-255Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
EVOLUTION OF THE KOMI POET VICTOR SAVIN’S IMAGE IN THE LITERATURE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOMI
El'tsova Elena Vlasovna
255-259Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
PROBLEM OF DUELING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF M. O. MENSHIKOV’S LIFE AND CREATIVE WORK
Zhavoronkov Dmitrii Vladislavovich
260-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
ELEGY GENRE IN THE RUSSIAN AND TATAR LITERATURES: COMPARATIVE ASPECT
Khabibullina Alsu Zarifovna
304-310Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
PARAMETERS OF STUDYING EGOCENTRISM IN MODERN TEXT LINGUISTICS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Abrosimova Natal'ya Gennad'evna
311-315Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
CONCEPT "WEAPON": RECONSTRUCTION ON THE BASIS OF MEDIA DISCOURSE, LINGUISTIC CORPUS, ASSOCIATIVE EXPERIMENT
Alferova Yuliya Ivanovna
315-321Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
MOTIVATIONAL MACRO-COMPONENT OF THE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNIT SEMANTICS AS A CORE OF ITS LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL MEANING (BY THE EXAMPLE OF SOME RUSSIAN AND FRENCH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS ASCENDING TO FUNERAL RITES)
Anan'ina Tat'yana Sergeevna
322-325Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
PRECEDENT UNITS IN ADVERTISING TEXTS
Vartanova Natal'ya Gennad'evna
325-329Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF THE VERBAL ASPECT CATEGORY FUNCTIONING IN GABRIEL GARC?A M?RQUEZ’S NOVEL "ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE" (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE TRANSLATION BY N. BUTYRINA AND V. STOLBOV)
Zhdanova Anna Vladimirovna
329-334Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
CONCEPTUALIZATION OF EGOISM CONCEPT IN NON-SPECIAL LITERATURE (ACCORDING TO THE RUSSIAN NATIONAL CORPUS DATA)
Zdrikovskaya Tat’yana Aleksandrovna
334-339Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
FEMALES’ NAMES IN THE CONTEMPORARY GERMAN YOUTH SLANG
Iskarinova Svetlana Ivanovna
339-344Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY OF THE PROCESS TO ACQUIRE VOICE AND SPEECH SAMPLES FROM THE SUBJECT OF FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION EXPERTISE
Kaganov Aleksandr Shlemovich
344-349Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
PROBLEMS OF TRANSLATING CULTURE-SPECIFIC TERMS, WHICH EXISTED IN THE AZERBAIJANI LANGUAGE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY, INTO ENGLISH (BY THE MATERIAL OF DILARA SEYID-ZADE’S "AZERBAIJAN IN THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY: ROADS LEADING TO INDEPENDENCE")
Kasymova Gyunel' Einulla kyzy
349-352Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
IMITATIVE WORDS IN THE KYRGYZ LANGUAGE
Kozhoeva Gulzhamal Zhailoobaevna, Akmatova Dilbar Sarybaevna
352-356Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
INNOVATIONS IN DERIVATION AT THE PRESENT STAGE: CONTAMINATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN, GERMAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Kosova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Aleksandrova Larisa Gennad'evna
357-360Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
COMMUNICATIVE ACT AS A TOOL FOR STUDYING CATEGORIES IN THE LANGUAGE
Kostyushkina Galina Maksimovna, Kuz'mina Tat'yana Nikolaevna
361-365Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
GENERAL QUESTIONS IN THE RUTUL LANGUAGE
Makhmudova Svetlana Musaevna
365-369Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
CONDITIONAL MOOD IN THE TUVINIAN LANGUAGE
Oorzhak Bailak Chash-oolovna
369-377Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
LINGUISTIC DETERMINATION OF EVERYDAY CONSCIOUSNESS CONTENT IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSLATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Orbodoeva Larisa Matveevna, Sambueva Vera Bairovna
377-381Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF REALIA TRANSLATION IN A. P. CHEKHOV’S "THE HOUSE WITH THE MEZZANINE"
Pushkina Anna Vladimirovna, Krivoshlykova Lyudmila Vladimirovna, Merkulova Anastasiya Pavlovna
382-387Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
ABBREVIATIONS AND APOCOPIC WORDS IN AVIATION VOCABULARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Stolbovskaya Margarita Anatol'evna
387-391Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
NAMES OF PROFESSIONS AS A SOCIOLINGUISTIC FACTOR OF REPLENISHING A BRANCH TERMINOLOGICAL SYSTEM
Fateeva Inna Mikhailovna
392-396Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF PHONETIC PLAY IN THE ENGLISH LIMERICK TEXT
Khramova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
396-401Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
ORTHOGRAPHIC NORM OF THE MIDDLE ENGLISH AND OLD SLAVONIC LANGUAGES OF THE XII CENTURY: THE ASPECT OF WORDS AND MORPHEMES SPELLING
Churlyaev Mikhail Alekseevich
401-405Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
STYLISTIC FEATURES OF THE ENGLISH ONLINE SPORTS COMMENTARY
Chukhno Aleksei Alekseevich, Kudryashova Anna Nikolaevna
405-409Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
COMPLEX OF QUESTIONNAIRES FOR NATURAL BILINGUALS’ COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR RESEARCH
Shcheglova Inna Vladimirovna
410-414Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
PHRASEOSEMANTIC FIELD "BEHAVIOR" (BY THE MATERIAL OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE PHYTONYM COMPONENT OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Yakunina Tat'yana Igorevna
414-419Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
USE OF ANGLICISMS IN THE CONTEMPORARY FRENCH MEDIA
Yakh'yaeva Aza Abdulvakhidovna, Yusupova Svetlana Said-Alievna
419-422Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 2
ORIGINALITY OF AHMED ALAIDY’S NOVEL "BEING ABBAS AL-ABD"
Vavichkina Tat'yana Anatol'evna, Vlasova Yuliya Evgen'evna
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
GREEK TRAGEDY ELEMENTS IN A. N. OSTROVSKY’S PLAY "THE STORM"
Dmitrievskaya Lidiya Nikolaevna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
S. A. YESENIN IN THE SERBIAN ELECTRONIC MEDIA
Eremenko Nataliya Alekseevna
17-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
DEWI LESTARI’S CREATIVITY: VIRTUALITY PHENOMENON IN LITERATURE
Ershova Yuliya Sergeevna
21-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
LANDSCAPE FUNCTIONS IN J. GRACQ’S CREATIVITY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE NOVEL "THE CASTLE OF ARGOL")
Karpova Anna Vadimovna
24-28Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
DIGITAL LITERATURE AND INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT ROLE IN ITS STUDY
Kim Lidiya Rodionovna
28-32Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
ROMANTIC HERO’S PORTRAIT IN S. SYURYUN-OOL’S TALE "THE UNFINISHED STORY"
Oorzhak Shonchalai Dadar-oolovna
33-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
RECEPTION OF L. TOLSTOY’S PERSONALITY AND CREATIVITY IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
Pe?kov? Michaela, Bozhkova Galina Nikolaevna, Bykov Anton Valer'evich
36-41Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
LYRIC-EPIC STYLE OF THE POEM "THE MAN" AS V. MAYAKOVSKY’S PHENOMENOLOGICAL AND THEOSOPHICAL VIEWS EXPRESSION
Chun Jiin
41-48Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
GENDER PECULIARITIES OF SPEECH STRATEGIES AND TACTICS ACTUALIZATION IN DIALOGUES WITH RESPONSE EXPECTATION BY THE DIALOGUE INITIATOR (BY THE MATERIAL OF LITERARY WORKS)
Aleksandrova Elena Sergeevna, Sytina Nadezhda Aleksandrovna
49-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
REPRESENTATION OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Aripova Dar'ya Andreevna
53-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
SUBSTANTIVIZATION OF PARTICIPLES IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
Barakhoeva Nina Mustafaevna, Kostoeva Fatima Mukharbekovna
57-60Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
ON VERBAL TABOOS IN THE OSSETIAN LANGUAGE (BY THE EXAMPLES OF THE ANIMAL WORLD NAMES)
Butaeva Madina Batradzovna
60-65Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECT OF THE ADVERB IN THE NOVEL "SHATTERED" BY DICK FRANCIS
Vlasova Ekaterina Viktorovna
65-69Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
SOME OF THE FEATURES OF HYPONYMIC RELATIONS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF ZOOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY OF THE TATAR LANGUAGE)
Galimova Ol'ga Nikolaevna
69-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES IN DISCOURSE RESEARCH FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE ADDRESSABILITY CATEGORY
Grushevskaya Elena Sergeevna
73-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
INFORMATION GENRES OF JOURNAL PRODUCTS
Gubik Svetlana Viktorovna, Shakirova El'vira Ramilovna, Iskhakova Ol'ga Sergeevna
78-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO INSTITUTIONAL DISCOURSE STUDY
Kazantseva Elena Anatol'evna, Fatkullina Flyuza Gabdullinovna, Valiakhmetova El'vira Kamilovna
82-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
THE PRESENT TENSE ENDING WITH -ÀÄÛÐ IN THE KHAKASS LANGUAGE
Kicheeva Kristina Vladimirovna
86-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
SYMBOLIC MEANINGS OF FLORONYMS IN THE STRUCTURE OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE CHINESE AND JAPANESE LANGUAGES (COMPARATIVE ASPECT)
Kozhevnikov Igor' Rudol'fovich, Shevchuk Oksana Pavlovna, Merezhko Elena Valer'evna
90-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
EXISTENCE OF CAUSAL AND SIGN RELATIONS IN ENGLISH ONOMATOPOETIC VOCABULARY
Kozhokina Angelina Viktorovna
96-99Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
UNDERSTANDING THE TEXT AND THE ABILITY TO REFLECT AS REPRESENTATION OF A RECIPIENT’S MORAL COMPETENCE LEVEL
Kolodina Nina Ivanovna, Lyabina Olesya Gennadievna
100-105Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
ERGONYMS FUNCTIONS IN THE ASPECT OF THEIR CLASSIFYING CHARACTERISTICS
Kondratova Alla Vladimirovna
105-108Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
LINGUO-CULTURAL PECULIARITIES OF CULINARY RECIPES (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN GERMANS’ DIALECT)
Korbmakher Tat'yana Vladimirovna
108-112Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
SEME ANALYSIS OF PROCEDURAL PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE COMPARATIVE ASPECT (BY THE EXAMPLE OF RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LITERARY WORKS)
Kulakovich Mariya Sergeevna
113-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
ON THE ANCIENT ETYMONS ÑÓÃ(V)=, ÑÓÊ(V)= IN THE TUNDRA DIALECT OF THE YUKAGHIR LANGUAGE
Kurilov Gavril Nikolaevich
118-122Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
PROBLEMS OF DIALECT DIVISION OF THE AVAR LANGUAGE
Magomedov Magomed Abdulkadirovich, Magomedova Mesedu Magomedovna
123-126Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
VERBALIZATION OF THE CONCEPT "WEALTH" IN MARGARET MITCHELL’S NOVEL "GONE WITH THE WIND"
Magomedova Saida Omarovna
127-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW ACTUALIZATION IN THE TEXTS OF CONTEMPORARY AUTHOR’S FAIRY TALES FOR CHILDREN
Moiseeva Irina Yur'evna, Putilina Lyudmila Vasil'evna, Goloskova Svetlana Viktorovna
131-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
IDENTIFICATION OF SUPER-LINGUISTIC INFORMATION COMPONENTS IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE TEXT SENDER’S PERSONALITY: PRAGMALINGUISTIC ASPECT (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND GERMAN LANGUAGES)
Oberemchenko Elena Yur'evna, Degtyareva Lyudmila Mikhailovna
134-138Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
SYSTEM OF INDUSTRIAL FURNACES NAMES AT PERM PLANTS IN COPPER-SMELTING TERMINOLOGY AT THE END OF THE XVIII - IN THE XIX CENTURY
Panteleeva Liliya Mikhailovna
139-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
THE POLYPARADIGMATIC APPROACH IN STUDYING PROPOZEME-BALANCES
Petrova Elena Alexandrovna
146-149Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
COGNITIVE METAPHOR PECULIARITIES AS A MEANS OF FORMING PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS MEANINGS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Pochueva Natal'ya Nikolaevna
149-153Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
COMPARATIVE INNOVATION MODEL TO ANALYZE PHONOLOGICAL INTERFERENCE IN THE SPHERE OF CONSONANTISM (BY THE MATERIAL OF MONGOLS’ RUSSIAN SPEECH)
Rogoznaya Nina Nikolaevna, Erbaeva Larisa Lazarevna
153-158Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
COMMUNICATIVE AND PRAGMATIC FEATURES OF SPORTS DISCOURSE AND THEIR PRESERVATION IN TRANSLATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE SPORTS ARTICLE AND REVIEW)
Saburova Natal'ya Anatol'evna, Dudka Kseniya Viktorovna
158-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
LEXICO-SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF ZOONYMS FORMATION IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Safina El'vira Irfatovna, Safarov Rinat Tagirovich
162-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
WAYS OF PRAGMATIC CLICH?S TRANSLATION FROM TATAR INTO RUSSIAN
Safiullina Gul'shat Rafailevna
166-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
INVECTIVE STATEMENTS AS INTERIORIZATION OF ACTIONS
Sedova Tat'yana Viktorovna
170-173Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
HISTORY AND LINGUISTICS: THE FRANKS’ LEXICAL HERITAGE IN MODERN FRENCH
Skorobogatova Taisiya Ivanovna, Suraleva Ol'ga Yur'evna
173-177Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
PRAGMATIC STRATEGY OF THE COMMUNICATIVE CATEGORY OF AUTHORITY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN TALK SHOW "ZHIT' ZDOROVO" ("HEALTHY LIFE"))
Ulanova Ekaterina Eduardovna
177-183Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
HUMAN BODY DIMENSIONS IN YOUTH JARGON (BY THE MATERIAL OF RUSSIAN, GERMAN AND FRENCH JARGON)
Khomyakov Evgenii Alekseevich, Gordeeva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Tan'kov Nikolai Nikolaevich
183-187Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
GENRE SPECIFICITY OF MEDICAL TREATISE
Yagenich Larisa Viktorovna
187-192Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
CLASSIFICATION OF LINGUISTIC TECHNOLOGIES
Yatsko Vyacheslav Aleksandrovich
193-196Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 9. Part 1
"EMOTIONAL NETWORK": A. P. CHEKHOV’S PLAY "UNCLE VANYA" IN HARVEY PITCHER’S RESEARCH
Gavrilova Natal'ya Vladimirovna
225-231Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
LITERARY FEATURES OF SHAMIL DZHIKAEV’S PROSE
Gazdarova Aza Khadzbatyrovna
232-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
GERMANY IMAGE IN A. T. AVERCHENKO’S STORY "EXPEDITION OF SATYRICONERS IN WESTERN EUROPE: YUZHAKIN, SANDERS, MIFASOV AND KRYSAKOV"
Zhdanov Sergei Sergeevich
235-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
RESORT MYTHOLOGEMES IN THE RUSSIAN LITERATURE OF THE TURN OF THE XIX-XX CENTURIES
Lisitsyna Elena Yur'evna
239-243Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
GENDER STEREOTYPES IN G. ISHAKI’S WORKS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE STORIES "ÎÑÒÀÇÁÈÊÝ" AND "ÑÓÍÍÅÒ×Å-ÁÀÁÀÉ")
Nabiullina Guzel' Amirovna, Garipova Leila Shamilevna
243-246Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
INTERRELATION OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS IN J. STEINBECK’S NOVEL "THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT"
Nefedova Ol'ga Igorevna
247-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
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Postnikova Ekaterina Georgievna, Moiseeva Svetlana Alekseevna
251-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
CORPOREAL METAMORPHOSIS IMAGE IN NON-CLASSICAL LYRICS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF A. TARKOVSKY’S AND N. ZABOLOTSKY’S POEMS)
Rakhmatova Alisa Mukhamatovna
258-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
FORMS OF BESTIARY IMAGES FUNCTIONING IN F. WERFEL’S "THE PURE IN HEART" AND E. CANETTI’S "AUTO-DA-F?"
Seibel' Nataliya Eduardovna, Shastina Elena Mikhailovna
262-266Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
EVOLUTION OF MODERN KABARDIAN PROSE: THEMES AND PROBLEMS
Khavzhokova Lyudmila Borisovna
266-270Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
WOMAN-WARRIOR IN ADYGHE HISTORICAL-HEROIC SONGS
Khagozheeva Liana Slavovna
270-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
FROM THE HISTORY OF SARATOV PARTY CENSORSHIP IN LITERATURE FIELD: NEW FACTS ABOUT E. B. SHULMAN
Khrustaleva Anna Vladimirovna
275-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
THE NOVEL "BLOOD" BY D. YULTYI: POETICS OF THE LITERARY WORLD
Khuzhakhmetov Ainur Oskarovich, Gindullina Raushaniya Aidarovna
279-282Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
THE IMAGE OF THE GARDEN OF EDEN IN THE MEDIEVAL DRAMA
Shipilova Nataliya Vital'evna
282-287Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
HISTORY AND CURRENT STATE OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY AND POPULARIZATION OF THE MYTHOLOGICAL BAIT "SAK-SOK"
Yuldybaeva Gul'nar Vildanovna, Khanova Gul'naz Salim'yanovna
287-291Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
VOWEL HARMONY CONTRIBUTION TO PHONETIC DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN ETYMOLOGICALLY IDENTICAL WORDS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE CHINESE AND KYRGYZ LANGUAGES)
Amiraliev Semetei Manasovich, Kozhoeva Gulzhamal Zhailoobaevna
292-297Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
ADVERB AS A MEANS TO EXPRESS EVALUATION IN ENGLISH MOVIE DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH TV SERIES "VICTORIA")
Beloborodova Anna Valer'evna
297-302Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
STRUCTURAL-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF RUSSIAN AND GERMAN PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH SOMATIC COMPONENT "HEART" (COMPARATIVE ASPECT)
Vishlenkova Svetlana Gennad'evna, Korotova Ol'ga Gennad'evna
303-307Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
RECURSIVE-DESCENDING AND RECURSIVE-ASCENDING SCHEME TO ACTUALIZE THE FRAME "ARMED CLASH" IN THE NEWS ARTICLE
Grudeva Elena Aleksandrovna, Kizilova Natal'ya Igorevna
307-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
ON SYNONYMOUS USE OF TERMS IN SCIENTIFIC TEXTS OF THE XVIII CENTURY (BY THE MATERIAL OF J. C. GOTTSCHED’S WORKS)
Gumbatova Fidan Ekhtibarovna
311-315Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC MEANS AS A RESEARCH METHOD OF SUGGESTION PHENOMENON IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF ANALYTICAL ARTICLES)
Davydova Anna Robertovna, Sarkisyan Mariana Robertovna
316-320Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
MEANS TO FORM NOMINAL COMPOUNDS WITH NUMERALS IN THE KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN LANGUAGE
Dzuganova Rita Khabalovna
320-323Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
THE ENGLISH PHRASAL VERB AS A LITERARY NORM AND MODERN SPEECH PRACTICE (BY THE MATERIAL OF FILMS FROM SILENT CINEMA TO THE PRESENT DAY)
Dmitrieva Ol'ga Petrovna
324-328Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
ON THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE HISTORY: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE GERUND
Dobroradnykh Tat'yana Anatol'evna
329-332Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF TEXTS OF ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN BLOGOSPHERE
Ibraeva Al'bina Farkhatovna
333-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF COMPLEXIVE FUNCTIONING BY THE MATERIAL OF ENGLISH-LANGUAGE FILMS
Ilyukhin Nikita Igorevich, Maksimova Svetlana Yur'evna, Matsyupa Kseniya Vladimirovna
337-341Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
PHYSICAL NATURE OF SOUND AS A BASIS FOR LANGUAGE ORIGIN
Kadimov Ruslan Gadzhimuradovich
341-345Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
ON DICTIONARIES AND ENCYCLOPEDIC KNOWLEDGE
Karyakin Yurii Vasil'evich, Polonskaya Marina Sergeevna
345-350Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF FORMATION PROCESSES OF ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN TERMS OF OIL AND GAS GEOLOGY: COMPARATIVE ASPECT
Kukasova Dilyara Gazizovna
350-354Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
TYPOLOGY OF POSTS IN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE INTERNET COMMUNICATION OF BLOGGERS
Kukovskaya Anna Vladimirovna
354-359Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
V. YA. PROPP’S NATIONAL AND CULTURAL SELF-IDENTIFICATION IN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL DISCOURSE
Lappo Marina Aleksandrovna
359-363Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
METAPHOR OF PERSONIFICATION AS A METHOD OF REALITY CONCEPTUALIZATION IN FILM SCRIPTS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF E. RYAZANOV’S FILMS)
Li Yan
363-367Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
SEMANTICS AND FUNCTIONING OF VERBS OF MAINTAINING CONTACT ÂÎÄÈÒÜ, ÂÑÒÐÅ×ÀÒÜÑß, ÇÍÀÒÜ, ÐÀÇÃÎÂÀÐÈÂÀÒÜ IN THE MODERN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Matochkina Anna Evgen'evna
367-372Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
REPRESENTATION OF THE VERBS ACTIVATING THE FRAME "RESTORATION" IN MODERN ENGLISH
Miroshnichenko Natal'ya Sergeevna
372-376Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
VERBALIZATION OF THE MOON IMAGE IN EUROPEAN AND ASIAN LINGUO-CULTURES (BY THE MATERIAL OF MODERN SONG DISCOURSE)
Osokina Elizaveta Alekseevna
377-380Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
WAYS OF OPTIMIZING STRATEGY REALIZATION IN A TRAILER
Saburova Natal'ya Anatol'evna, Plotnikova Karina Alekseevna
381-383Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
WORD PLAY IN POETIC TEXT: DIFFICULTIES OF TRANSLATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Sambueva Vera Bairovna
384-388Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
FOOTBALL DISCOURSE: LANGUAGE VARIABILITY AND NATIONAL SPECIFICITY (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Terpelets Zhanna Al'fredovna
388-394Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
GENDER ASPECT OF EXPRESSING DISAGREEMENT IN ORAL ACADEMIC DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE MICASE CORPUS)
Khromenko Yana Vladimirovna
395-398Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
HOMONYMS IN MODERN GERMAN: WAYS OF OCCURRENCE AND TYPOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Shadeko Vasilii Petrovich, Nesmeyanov Aleksei Vladimirovich
398-402Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
INFLUENCE OF TWO-LANGUAGE RADIO COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE PILOT AND THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER ON FLIGHT SAFETY
Shainurova Anastasiya Sergeevna, Goncharova Yuliya Leonidovna
403-406Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTIC OF RUSSIAN AND GERMAN INTERJECTIONS
Shatilova Lyubov' Mikhailovna, Anufrieva Ekaterina Igorevna
407-410Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
ENGLISH VERBS OF IMAGINATION IN THE COGNITIVE ASPECT
Sherstkova Irina Aleksandrovna, Valova Yuliya Vladimirovna
410-414Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 2
"NOMADSHIP" CONCEPT IN SEMANTIC ORGANIZATION OF THE YAKUT NORTHERN TEXT (BY THE MATERIAL OF A. KRIVOSHAPKIN’S CREATIVE WORK)
Burtseva Zhanna Valer'evna
9-13Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
CH. AITMATOV’S STORY "FAREWELL, GULSARY!" IN THE ASSESSMENT OF THE AMERICAN LITERARY CRITICS S. SOUCEK, A. QUALIN AND SH. D. GRAHAM
Duishembieva Azhar Nurdinovna
13-17Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
CH. AITMATOV’S CREATIVITY IN N. SHNEIDMAN’S ASSESSMENT
Duishembieva Azhar Nurdinovna
17-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
MYTHOPOETIC WORLD VIEW IN I. M. GOGOLEV’S POETRY: SPECIFICITY OF ARCHETYPAL IMAGES (GREAT MOUNTAIN, WORLD TREE)
Efremova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
21-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
AMBIVALENT IMAGE OF GERMANY IN THE HUMOROUS CYCLE "OURS ABROAD" BY N. A. LEIKIN
Zhdanov Sergei Sergeevich
24-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
VERSE ELEMENT IN THE POETICAL DRAMA "KERYAII VALLEY" BY I. M. GOGOLEV
Kirillina Mariya Afanas'evna
29-33Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
VILYUY FOLKLORIC EXPEDITION OF 1938: MATERIALS ON THE YAKUT HEROIC EPOS OLONKHO
Kuz'mina Aitalina Akhmetovna
33-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
THE STORY "EVNYTO-HERDSMAN" IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL POLICY OF THE 1930S IN RELATION TO THE NORTHERN AND SIBERIAN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
Nepomnyashchikh Natal'ya Alekseevna, Poltoratskii Ivan Sergeevich
37-40Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
CYCLE POEM "THE SONG OF THE LENA" AS A META-GENRE FORM IN I. M. GOGOLEV’S INDIVIDUAL AUTHOR’S CREATIVE WORK
Posel'skaya Viktoriya Dmitrievna
41-44Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
"V?LUSP?" AS A PHENOMENON OF SCANDINAVIAN MYTHOLOGICAL DISCOURSE
Samarin Dmitrii Aleksandrovich
45-48Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
"KINSHIP IN DIFFERENCE": THE THEME OF NATURE IN THE POETRY BY EDWARD THOMAS AND ROBERT FROST
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
48-53Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
IDEA COMPOSITION OF THE NOVEL "A HERO OF OUR TIME" IN ESTIMATES OF MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY SCIENTISTS OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES
Tang Dingyi
54-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
INTERVIEW WITH A WRITER AS A SOURCE OF METAPOETIC DATA ON THE LANGUAGE OF MODERN FICTION
Tugusheva El'mira Feyasovna, Fedorchukova Lidiya Arkad'evna, Filatova Nelya Pavlovna
57-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
OLDER PARENTS’ INFLUENCE ON GRANDCHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES
Shastina Elena Mikhailovna, Shatunova Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Gizetdinova Diana Fayazovna
61-64Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES AND TACTICS IN THE SPEECH GENRE "ORGANIZATION’S MISSION" (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Abdulkadyrov Movsar Mantaevich
65-68Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
WORD-FORMATIVE STRUCTURE OF ADVERBS IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
Barakhoeva Nina Mustafaevna, Khairova Roza Rezvanovna
69-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
ON THE CONCEPT "EDUCATION" IN RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC CULTURE
Buzinova Lyudmila Mikhailovna
72-76Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
THE IMPACT OF THE VISUAL APPEARANCE OF THE TEXT ON ITS PERCEPTION (BASING ON THE FRENCH NOVELS OF THE LATE XX - THE EARLY XXI CENTURY)
Voskoboinikova Lyudmila Petrovna
76-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
METAPHORS-SIMILES WITH EXPLICATORS OF REPRESENTATION SEMANTICS IN PROSE FICTION
Golaidenko Larisa Nikolaevna
81-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
LEXICAL-SEMANTIC VARIATION IN BILINGUALS’ WRITTEN LANGUAGE
Goltakova Zalina Akhmytovna
86-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
ATTEMPT OF IDENTIFYING VERBAL MARKERS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES IN LINGUISTICS: ON THE ISSUE HISTORY
Gornostaeva Yuliya Andreevna
91-94Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
PROSODIC FEATURES OF YOUTH’S SPEECH
Zharovskaya Elena Viktorovna
95-99Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
MANIPULATIVE STRATEGY OF DISCREDIT
Zyubina Irina Anatol'evna, Kumpan Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Ivanova Anastasiya Andreevna
99-102Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPT "GOOD" IN THE PHRASEOLOGY OF THE MODERN INGUSH LANGUAGE
Kieva Zufira Khadzhibikarovna
103-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
STEREOTYPES OF FEMININITY IN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINES
Kostina Elena Vasil'evna
106-110Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
IDEOLOGEME AS A KEY CATEGORY OF MEDIA DISCOURSE IN THE PERIOD OF INFORMATION WAR (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE COVERAGE OF THE EVENTS IN UKRAINE IN 2013-2014 IN THE ENGLISH PRESS)
Kuzina Ol'ga Andreevna
110-115Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
YUKAGHIR BORROWINGS IN THE LOWER KOLYMA DIALECT OF THE EVEN LANGUAGE
Kuz'mina Raisa Petrovna
116-120Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
PRIEST’S REPRESENTED INNER SPEECH IN THE STRUCTURE OF G. GREENE’S NOVEL "THE POWER AND THE GLORY"
Lyubimova Elizaveta Andreevna
120-125Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
SPECIFICITY OF LEXICAL UNITS NOMINATING SPACE IN THE CHINESE TAOIST TEXTS "ON DREAMS AND VISIONS"
Maslov Aleksei Aleksandrovich, Prosvirkina Irina Ivanovna, Agareva Marianna Vladimirovna
125-132Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
EVALUATIVE VOCABULARY IN GERMAN LANGUAGE CRITICISM
Mel'gunova Anna Vladislavovna
133-137Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
TYPES OF ENGLISH CAUSATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS WITH PREPOSITIONAL TRANSITIVE VERBS
Mikhailyukov Leonid Viktorovich
137-141Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
ADJECTIVAL OBJECT ATTRIBUTES IN SEMANTICALLY COMPLICATED SENTENCES IN THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Nikolaeva Tat'yana Gennad'evna
142-145Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
THE FUNCTIONAL ASPECT OF A POLITICAL ESSAY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF ENGLISH POLITICAL DISCOURSE)
Nikonova Ekaterina Andreevna
146-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
ANALYSIS OF INTERPRETATIONAL VARIABILITY IN TRANSLATION OF HIGHLY SPECIALIZED FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC VOCABULARY OF THE SUBJECT AREA "ECONOMICS OF A FIRM"
Pankova Tat'yana Nikolaevna
151-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
MORPHOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE SCIENTIFIC STYLE OF THE YAKUT LITERARY LANGUAGE
Parnikova Yurchana Yur'evna
157-161Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC MEANS OF INFORMATION WARFARE (BY THE MATERIAL OF ENGLISH POLITICAL DISCOURSE)
Potapova Natal'ya Mikhailovna
161-165Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
ANGLICISMS IN THE MODERN RUSSIAN SOCIETY: STATUS AND FUNCTIONS
Rozhdestvenskaya Svetlana Valer'evna, Dzhulai Irina Yur'evna
165-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
FORMATION OF POST-SOMATIC ICHTYONYMS IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Sabitova Il'gamiya Islamutdinovna, Galimova (Byatikova) Ol'ga Nikolaevna
170-173Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
COMMUNICATION FAILURES AS A RESULT OF TABOOS VIOLATION
Salimova Guzaliya Nazifovna
174-177Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
LITERARY AND STYLISTIC FEATURES OF USING POLYSEMANTIC WORDS IN KASIM BIKKULOV’S WORKS
Safina El'mira Fanisovna
178-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATING THE MEANINGS OF THE BORROWED FRENCH TERMS OF ELECTRIC CAR ENGINEERING INTO RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH
Sakharov Yurii Aleksandrovich
182-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
SPEECH ACTS WITH THE SIGN-BASED FORM OF MEDITATION AS ONE OF THE WAYS OF COMMUNICANTS’ INTERACTION IN INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
Sidorenko Larisa Leonidovna, Bessonova Elena Vladimirovna
185-190Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
LANGUAGE FEATURES OF RELIGIOUS STYLE
Statsenko Anna Sergeevna, Kholodionova Svetlana Ippolitovna
190-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
STRUCTURAL PECULIARITIES OF LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPT "LONELINESS" IN LEXICOGRAPHIC SOURCES
Fetter Svetlana Anatol'evna
194-198Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
SYNONYMS AS THE MEANS OF REPRESENTATION OF THE ATTRIBUTE "HEAVY" IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Shirshikova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Zubova Lyudmila Yur'evna
199-203Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
INTERPRETATION OF PROPER NAMES AS ONE OF THE MEANS TO EXPRESS THE INDIVIDUAL’S WORLDVIEW (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE NOVEL "SUN SIDE OF THE STREET" BY D. RUBINA)
Elwiya Waffa Khidhir Mohammed Ali
203-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
REVIEW OF THE TATAR-RUSSIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY BY Z. Z. GATIATULLINA
Safiullina Gul'shat Rafailevna
215-216Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 8. Part 1
THE MYTHOLOGICAL CHARACTER INMAR IN MODERN UDMURT POETRY
Arzamazov Aleksei Andreevich
225-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
INTERTEXTUALITY AS A WAY TO EMBODY THE LITERARY CONCEPTION OF A PERSONALITY IN THE STORY "THE EARTHLY THINGS" BY D. ERMAKOV
Bessmertnaya Mariya Stanislavovna
229-234Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
THE MOTIVE OF SEARCH IN THE NOVEL "THE BLACK BOOK" BY ORHAN PAMUK
Gruzdeva Elena Aleksandrovna, Vafina Alsu Hadievna
235-238Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
INITIATION RITUAL AND MOTIVES OF INITIATION IN FOLKLORE
Gutova Lyana Adamovna
239-243Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
THE NOTION "FANTASTIC" AS AN OBJECT OF SCIENTIFIC REFLECTION
Krivous Tat'yana Vladimirovna
243-247Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
POETICS OF THE DETECTIVE STORY "THE ADVENTURE OF THE BLUE CARBUNCLE" BY ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE IN THE TRANSLATION BY G. A. CHARSKIY
Mironova Veronika Evgen'evna
248-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
POETICS OF "BORDER", "THRESHOLD", "WAY" IN YAKUT NOVELS
Noeva Sargylana Eremeevna
252-255Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
ELEGY "THE LAKE" BY A. DE LAMARTINE AS AN IMPLEMENTATION OF "NEW LYRICISM"
Pinkovskii Vitalii Ivanovich
255-259Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
D. H. LAWRENCE, LAWRENCE DURRELL & JOHN FOWLES: BRITISH ISLOMANIA
Savel'eva Inna Gennadievna
259-262Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
NATIONAL DISTINCTIVENESS OF LITERARY DETAIL IN ANEMPODIST SOFRONOV’S PROSE
Semenova Valentina Grigor'evna
263-266Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
THE NOVEL "BY THE WILL OF GENGHIS KHAN" BY N. A. LUGINOV: RESPONSES TO MODERN CHALLENGES
Sidorov Oleg Gavril'evich
267-270Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
WORD PLAY IN THE POEM "THE RAT-CATCHER" BY M. TSVETAEVA AND ITS REFLECTION IN THE MIRROR OF THE GERMAN TRANSLATION
Chigirin Evgenii Anatol'evich
271-276Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
DEVELOPMENT OF SYNONYMIC RELATIONS OF A POLYSEMANTIC WORD (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE CRIMEAN TATAR LANGUAGE NOUNS)
Ablyametova Susanna Marlenovna, Bilyalova Surie Seranovna
277-280Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
LINGUOPRAGMATIC POTENTIAL OF WORDS-HYBRIDS IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE (BASING ON THE NOTION FIELD "EDUCATION")
Akkuratova Irina Borisovna
280-285Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
PARENTHETICAL INSERTIONS IN AN ENGLISH LITERARY FAIRY TALE TEXT AS A LINGUISTIC MEANS OF EXPRESSIVENESS AND EMOTIVITY
Alekseeva Ol'ga Pavlovna, Osikova Larisa Nikolaevna, Belozertseva Natal'ya Vasil'evna
285-290Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
TECHNIQUES TO TRANSLATE COLLOQUIALISMS (BY THE MATERIAL OF B. AKUNIN’S LITERARY WORKS)
Artemova Anzhelika Mikhailovna
291-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
ON THE "CULTURAL TURN" IN CONTEMPORARY TRANSLATION STUDIES
Bagdasaryan Asmik Grigor'evna
295-298Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
CORPUS-ORIENTED APPROACH TO STUDYING THE CHINESE DISCOURSE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF NEWS ARTICLES ON ECOLOGICAL ISSUES)
Biryulina Ekaterina Andreevna
298-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
PREPOSITION VARIATION MECHANISMS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE VARIATION OF THE GERMAN PREPOSITIONS AUF/IN AND AUF/AN)
Boikova Irina Borisovna
303-317Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
RURAL SETTLEMENT NOMINATIONS IN ENGLISH CONSTRUCTIONAL TERMINOLOGY
Vasil'eva Svetlana Leonidovna, Matskevich Nina Aleksandrovna, Volkova Marina Gennad'evna
317-320Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF ARGUMENTATIVE STRUCTURE IN THE TEXT TYPE "ANALYTICAL ARTICLE"
Dorzhieva Dolgorma Cyrendashievna
321-324Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
TOOLS OF LINGUISTIC EXPERTISE OF TRANSLATION
Kazakova Tamara Anatol'evna, Achkasov Andrei Valentinovich
325-328Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
DISH NAMES FEATURES IN CHINESE RESTAURANT MENUS (STRUCTURAL-SEMANTIC AND PRAGMATIC APPROACHES)
Kovalev Evgenii Dmitrievich, Kozhevnikov Igor' Rudol'fovich
329-333Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
STRUCTUREDNESS OF THE NOTION "FALSITY" AND THE FRAME "LIE TO SOMEBODY" IN THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF HEARING AND HEARING-IMPAIRED TEENAGERS (BY THE MATERIAL OF A SURVEY)
Kolodina Nina Ivanovna
333-338Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
AFFIXAL WORD FORMATION IN ENGLISH NAVAL TERMINOLOGY
Kuritskaya Elena Vladimirovna, Degtyarenko Kseniya Andreevna
338-343Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
REDUCING THE ASSESSMENT CATEGORICITY AND PRAGMATIC FUNCTION OF ASSESSMENT IN THE FILM REVIEW
Li Lingjuan
343-347Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
DISTINCTIVE FEATURES AND WAYS OF ANGLICISMS BORROWING IN THE RUSSIAN AND GERMAN LANGUAGES
Lomova Oksana Evgen'evna
348-352Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF MORPHOLOGICAL MEANS TO FORM THE VERBS OF INDIRECT EVIDENTIALITY IN THE YUKAGHIR LANGUAGE
Lukina Margarita Petrovna
352-357Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
GENDER FACTOR INFLUENCE ON SUPRASEGMENTAL MEANS IN IMPERATIVE SENTENCES (RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTAL PHONETIC RESEARCH BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Matskevich Elena Eduardovna
357-361Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
MENTAL MAPPING OF MYTHOLOGICAL CREATURES NOMINATIONS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Mukhina Irina Georgievna
361-368Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
DERIVATIONAL POTENTIAL OF THE VERB ÁÈÄÝÉ ("TO BE") IN THE EVENK LANGUAGE
Nesterova Elena Vasil'evna
369-372Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
MEANS TO EXPRESS IMPLICIT EVALUATION IN ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN AUDIT DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES IN THE SPHERE OF EXTERNAL STATE FINANCIAL CONTROL)
Pestova Veronika Viktorovna
372-376Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
EXPRESSIVE FUNCTION OF REDUPLICATION IN DISCURSIVE SPACE OF THE MODERN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Pivkin Sergei Dmitrievich, Toptygina Ol'ga Nikolaevna
377-380Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
ESSENTIAL GROUNDS OF THE "DISCOURSE" PHENOMENON FROM THE POSITION OF THE INTEGRATED APPROACH
Prokhorova Anastasiya Evgen'evna
381-385Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
FUNCTIONING OF COLOUR DESIGNATIONS OF VERBAL LANDSCAPE IN INDIVIDUAL AUTHOR’S WORLDVIEW
Putilina Lyudmila Vasil'evna, Popova Ekaterina Alekseevna
386-389Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CHOICE OF THE SINGULAR OR PLURAL FORM OF THE ENGLISH PREDICATE WHEN AGREEING IT WITH QUANTITATIVE-NOMINAL WORD COMBINATIONS
Rogacheva Elena Sergeevna
389-394Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE: A. DEWDNEY’S BOOKS ON LITTLE LLAMA IN RUSSIAN TRANSLATION
Ryzhenkova Anna Aleksandrovna
394-401Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
WAYS OF LEXICAL UNITS TRANSLATION IN THE ENGLISH-TATAR DICTIONARY FOR STUDENTS
Safiullina Gul'shat Rafailevna
401-405Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
SIMILE USE AS A CHARACTERISTIC FEATURE OF THE AUTHOR’S STYLE OF O. WILDE IN THE NOVEL "THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GREY"
Urusova Natal'ya Vadimovna
405-409Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
GENRE VARIETY AND PECULIARITIES OF ADVERTISING IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Fakhretdinova Gul'naz Nurkhametovna
409-413Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
LEXICAL GROUP "VEHICLES" IN THE EVENK LANGUAGE
Chapogir Stepanida Innokent'evna
413-417Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
LEXICAL MEANS OF CONVEYING LOVE IN THE PROSE BY M. YU. LERMONTOV (AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE)
Zhang Yanqiu
417-421Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 2
FACILITATION OF CHORUS ROLE IN A. N. ARBUZOV’S PARABLE "THE HAPPY DAYS OF AN UNHAPPY MAN"
Ai Huirong
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
M. GORKY’S CREATIVITY RECEPTION IN FRANCE: TRANSLATIONS BY S. M. PERSKY
Baranova Elena Gennad'evna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
À. S. PUSHKIN’S "UNIVERSAL TRUTH": TO THE STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM OF BIBLICAL AND KORANIC SOURCES OF THE POEM "THE PROPHET"
Burtseva Elena Anatol'evna, Batukhtin Ivan Yur'evich
17-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
GENRE PECULIARITIES OF THE BASHKIR NOVELS AND STORIES OF THE 30S OF THE XX CENTURY
Gareeva Gul'fira Nigamatovna
20-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
PAGES OF BIOGRAPHY OF THE FIRST KORYAK WRITER KETSAI KEKKETYN
Golovaneva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna, Poltoratskii Ivan Sergeevich
24-29Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
FEATURES OF THE FIRST TRANSLATED WORKS IN TUVAN LITERATURE
Dongak Uran Aldyn-oolovna
29-33Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
IMAGE OF GERMANY: NATURAL AND LEGENDARY SPACES IN THE POEM BY I. P. MYATLEV "SENSATIONS AND COMMENTS BY MADAME KURDYUKOVA ABROAD, DANS L’?TRANGER"
Zhdanov Sergei Sergeevich
34-37Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
FOREST CHARACTERS OF CHUVASH FOLKLORE
Il'ina Galina Gennad'evna
37-41Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
FOLKLORE SOURCES OF SATIRE IN TUVAN PROSE
Kuzhuget Shenne Yur'evna
41-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
EVOLUTION of INTERMEDIAL IMAGE of the STRING IN A. A. FET’S CREATIVITY
Petrova Svetlana Andreevna
46-49Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
THE FIRST TRANSLATIONS OF THE RUSSIAN CLASSICS IN JAPAN: FROM FUNNY INCIDENTS TO NATIONWIDE RECOGNITION
Sadokova Anastasiya Ryurikovna
50-53Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
FOLKLORE AS THE MEANS OF ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY REFLECTION IN BALKAR LITERATURE (BY THE MATERIAL OF A. TEPPEEV’S AND B. GURTUEV’S CREATIVITY)
Sarbasheva Alena Mustafaevna
54-57Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
THE PORTRAIT IN THE STORY "CONFUSION OVER NOTHING" BY A. I. SOFRONOV
Semenova Valentina Grigor'evna
57-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
POETRY OF EDWARD THOMAS AND GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS: "ECOCENTRISM" AND EGOCENTRISM
Talyzina Elena Viktorovna
62-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
SPIRITUAL AND MORAL VALUES OF THE WRITER YURI YAKOVLEV’S CREATIVITY
Fedorov Roman Yur'evich
67-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
THE PROBLEM OF THE TERM "RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHICAL CRITICISM" IN RELATION TO THE END OF THE XIX - THE FIRST THIRD OF THE ÕÕ CENTURY
Khrustaleva Anna Vladimirovna
74-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
SPIRITUAL BEAUTY OF CHILDREN’S IMAGES IN I. S. SHMELYOV’S STORIES OF 1906-1915
Shestakova Elena Yur'evna
77-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
WORD COSMOGONY IN ANDREY BELY’S POEM "GLOSSOLALIA"
Yakovlev Mikhail Vladimirovich
82-85Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
THEORY OF PRECEDENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF NAME-DROPPING (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE)
Ageeva Mariya Alekseevna
86-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
ERGONYMS FORMATION ON THE BASIS OF CONTAMINATION, HENDIADYS AND LANGUAGE GAME WITH THE INTERNAL FORM OF THE WORD BY GRAPHIC MEANS
Alistanova Farida Fazhrudinovna
89-93Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
COLOUR ADJECTIVES FUNCTIONING IN ENGLISH SLANG VOCABULARY
Anikeeva Tat'yana Radievna
93-97Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
THE TERM "IMPLICATION" AND ITS ANALOGUES IN PRAGMATICS
Antoshina Diana Vladimirovna
97-102Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
"TRANSLATION OF TERMS" AS A PALLIATIVE NOTION
Achkasov Andrei Valentinovich, Kazakova Tamara Anatol'evna
102-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYSIOLOGICAL EUPHEMISMS IN THE MODERN PERIOD (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Biryukova Irina Aleksandrovna
106-110Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
LEXICAL-SEMANTIC FIELD OF THE LEXEME "MONEY" IN THE RUSSIAN AND CHINESE LANGUAGES
Wang Nannan
110-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
CONNOTATIVE MEANINGS OF THE LEXICAL-SEMANTIC GROUP "EYE" IN THE ENGLISH AND TATAR LANGUAGES
Garifullina Dilyara Basyrovna, Garaeva Milyausha Rustemovna, Khismatullina Lyutsiya Gumerovna
115-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
SOCIOPHONETIC DIRECTION IN FOREIGN LINGUISTICS
Goncharova Oksana Vladimirovna
119-122Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
VARIABILITY OF TRANSLATING PHRASEOLOGYÑAL UNITS OF ENGLISH LEGAL TERMINOLOGY OUT OF CONTEXT
Essina Irina Yur'evna, Semenova Ella Vladimirovna
123-127Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
TACTICAL AND STRATEGIC ORIGINALITY OF D. TRUMP’S PRE-ELECTION DISCOURSE
Zhizhina Alla Evgen'evna
127-133Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
ON BOUNDARIES IN LANGUAGE
Ivanova Elizaveta Vasil'evna
133-137Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
DIALOGICAL RESPONSES WITH THE ALTERNATIVE QUESTION STRUCTURE IN INFORMAL INTERVIEW
Koval'chuk Nadezhda Vladimirovna
138-142Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
PRINCIPLES OF COMPOSING "IDEOGRAPHIC DICTIONARY OF I. GASPRINSKI’S LANGUAGE"
Koroglu Lenura Ablyamitovna
142-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE STRONG POSITION OF CREOLIZED TEXT
Moiseeva Irina Yur'evna, Arguneev Eduard Petrovich
146-150Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
ANALYSIS OF PERSIAN SPEAKERS’ COMMON ERRORS IN RUSSIAN REFLEXIVE VERBS USE
Mohammadi Mohammad Reza, Khademi Moghaddam Mohsen
150-156Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY OF PERM NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING CREATORS: PHONETIC AND PHONOSEMANTIC ASPECTS
Panteleeva Liliya Mikhailovna
156-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
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Pilatova Valentina Nikolaevna
164-168Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
ETIQUETTE VERBAL SIGNS IN LETTERS FROM THE FRONT LINE
Starostin Konstantin Aleksandrovich
168-172Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF FILM ADVERTISING AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY IN THE CONTEXT OF ADVERTISING DEVELOPMENT IN RUSSIA
Tarasova Kseniya Pavlovna
173-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
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Terenin Aleksandr Vasil'evich
177-180Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
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Ulanova Ekaterina Eduardovna
181-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
LEXICAL VARIATION AS THE MECHANISM OF FORMATION OF TERMINOLOGICAL WORD COMBINATIONS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE TERMINOLOGICAL MACROFIELD OF BUSINESS DISCOURSE IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Tran Thi Huyen Trang
185-190Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
VARIETIES OF EXPLANATORY RELATIONS IN THE CONSTRUCTION WITH THE ANALOGUE OF THE CONJUNCTION "ÒÎ×ÍÅÅ" / "MORE SPECIFICALLY"
Zhang Shuo
190-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
FEATURES OF HIGHLIGHTING RHEME BY INTONATION MEANS IN RUSSIAN AND GERMAN TELEVISION SPEECH
Shurupova Tat'yana Yur'evna
195-199Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
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Yuzhakova Yuliya Vladimirovna, Polyakova Liliya Sergeevna
199-202Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
MIXED LANGUAGE AS A RESULT OF LINGUISTIC SYSTEMS INTERFERENCE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE EAST SLAVIC LANGUAGES)
Yuzdova Lyudmila Pavlovna, Beznogova Tat'yana Garrievna
203-206Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
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Yarullina Olesya Al'bertovna, Tarasova Fanuza Kharisovna, Tarasov Aleksandr Mikhailovich
207-210Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 7. Part 1
ON TEACHING M. F. AKHUNDOV’S COMEDIES TO THE STUDENTS OF THE RUSSIAN SECTOR OF AZERBAIJANI HIGHER EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENTS
Alieva Ainura Ali kyzy
221-224Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Alkhasova Svetlana Mikhaylovna
225-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Anisimova Evgeniya Evgen’evna
230-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Artamonova Tatyana Gennadievna
233-237Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Bolatova (Atabieva) Asiyat Dautovna
237-240Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Grigorovskaya Anastasiya Vasil'evna
240-244Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Gurbanova Shakhla Intigam gyzy
244-247Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Epanchintsev Roman Vyacheslavovich
248-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Yin Lu, Svitenko Natal'ya Vyacheslavovna
252-257Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Kerimova Rauzat Abdullakhovna
257-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Mankieva Eset Khamzatovna
261-265Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Mikhaleva Elizaveta Sergeevna
265-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Nazarova Tat’yana Vladimirovna
269-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Osmukhina Ol’ga Yuryevna
275-280Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Semenova Valentina Grigor'evna
280-284Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Semenova Valentina Grigor'evna
284-287Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Skleinis Galina Al'fredovna
288-291Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Sofronova Irina Vladimirovna
292-296Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Stikhina Irina Aleksandrovna
296-299Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Tovsultanova Dzhamilya Salavdievna, Khadzhieva Leila Lechevna
300-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Khetagurova Dzerassa Kazbekovna
304-308Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Chen Yanxiu
308-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Artemenko Maria Vladimirovna
312-316Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Bersirov Batyrbii Makhmudovich, Anchek Suret Khazretovna
316-320Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Bodnar Svetlana Sergeevna, Yatsenko Galina Sergeevna
320-324Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Butova Anna Vladimirovna, Dubskih Angelina Ivanovna
324-328Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Vas’bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
328-331Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Gorobets Viktor Ivanovich, Kul’sharipova Ravza Ekzamovna, Gorobets Elena Anatol’evna
332-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Dzhulay Irina Yur'evna
336-339Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Zayats Irina Grigor'evna
340-343Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Ivshin Leonid Mikhailovich
344-347Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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347-351Philology. Theory & Practice
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Kobylko Jaroslaw, Husam A. R. Musleh
352-355Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Korshunova Elena Sergeevna
355-359Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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359-362Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Litvinova Tat'yana Ivanovna
363-367Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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367-370Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Maryam Moradi
370-374Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Mozgovaya Alina Olegovna
374-378Philology. Theory & Practice
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Pastukhova Elena Nikolaevna
378-381Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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382-386Philology. Theory & Practice
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2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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390-394Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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Silkina Inessa Alekseevna
394-398Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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398-401Philology. Theory & Practice
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407-411Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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411-415Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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416-419Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 2
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9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
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19-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
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2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
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2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
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33-36Philology. Theory & Practice
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37-40Philology. Theory & Practice
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44-48Philology. Theory & Practice
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49-52Philology. Theory & Practice
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53-56Philology. Theory & Practice
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57-60Philology. Theory & Practice
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60-64Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
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64-70Philology. Theory & Practice
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93-97Philology. Theory & Practice
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104-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
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116-120Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
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120-124Philology. Theory & Practice
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139-144Philology. Theory & Practice
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Qin Panpan
177-182Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTING ENGLISH-LANGUAGE TOURISM DISCOURSE AND TRANSLATION PRACTICE
Tsyrempilon Alina Olegovna, Platitsyna Tat'yana Vladimirovna
182-186Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
EVOLUTION OF VIEWS ON SCENIC TRANSLATION IN THE XX AND XXI CENTURIES: BY THE EXAMPLE OF W. SHAKESPEARE’S PLAYS STAGING IN THE BURYAT DRAMA THEATRE
Tsyrempilon Alina Olegovna, Taraskina Yaroslava Vyacheslavovna
186-190Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
PHRASEOLOGICAL EXPRESSION OF HANDS KINESICS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE)
Chervonyi Aleksandr Mikhailovich
190-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
FOOTBALLERS’ ZOOMORPHOUS NICKNAMES (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN MASS MEDIA)
Shpar Tat'yana Vladimirovna
194-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 6. Part 1
HISTORIOSOPHY OF Y. A. BARANTYNSKY’S BOOK OF POEMS "THE TWILIGHT" AND THE PROBLEM OF TRANSFORMATION OF VALUES
Anokhina Yuliya Yur'evna
225-230Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
REPRESENTATION OF CHROMATIC WORLDVIEW IN THE AVAR LITERATURE
Ataev Boris Makhachevich, Nabigulaeva Marzhanat Nabigulaevna, Ataeva Mar'yam Borisovna
230-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
MOTHERLAND IMAGE IN PERIODICALS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH OF THE FAR EAST RUSSIAN ABROAD
Babkina Ekaterina Sergeevna
234-237Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
INTERTEXT AS SPIRITUAL SPACE OF CULTURAL MEMORY
Bazieva Gul'fiya Dzhamalovna
237-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
PROBLEM OF CHOICE AND WAYS OF ITS SOLUTION IN TWO-PART STORIES BY A. I. SOLZHENITSYN
Bi Junru
241-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
DYNAMICS OF THE KABARDIAN CHILDREN’S POETRY DEVELOPMENT
Bozieva Naima Borisovna
245-249Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
DOSTOEVSKY’S INSIGHTS: FROM PRINCE MYSHKIN TO VL. SOLOVYOV
Vlaskin Aleksandr Petrovich, Petrov Aleksei Vladimirovich, Tsurkan Veronika Valentinovna
249-253Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
CHARLES DICKENS’S IMAGE IN JOHN FORSTER’S BIOGRAPHY "THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS"
Gumanova Tat'yana Sergeevna
253-259Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
ARTISTIC SINGULARITY OF THE RUSSIAN AND THE ENGLISH SOCIAL EVERYDAY FAIRY TALES
Egorova Ol'ga Arsenovna
260-263Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
COGNITIVE-PRAGMATIC PROGRAM OF A SYNTHETIC LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY AS "PRECEDENT TEXT" (BY THE EXAMPLE OF J. BRODSKY’S "INHERITANCE" OF AKHMATOVA’S "TEXT")
Ivanov Dmitrii Igorevich, Lakerbai Dmitrii Leonidovich
264-267Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
LITERARY TIME AND SPACE IN THE GENRE "SHORT STORY CYCLE" (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE "NORTHLAND STORIES" CYCLE BY J. LONDON)
Nemkova Dar'ya Aleksandrovna
268-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
GALLERY OF WOMEN’S IMAGES IN THE NOVEL "?SKE KADAI" ("STRANGER WOMAN") BY S. SURUN-OOL
Oorzhak Shonchalai Dadar-oolovna
271-275Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
MOTIVE OF DANCE IN IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN’S PROSE
Popova Yuliya Sergeevna, Sulemina Oksana Vladimirovna
275-278Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
MYTH-FOLKLORIC CONCEPTIONS OF THE JAPANESE GODS - GATE KEEPERS
Sadokova Anastasiya Ryurikovna
279-283Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL BEGINNING OF THE BOOK OF STORIES "BREAD CRUSTS" BY NADEZHDA BOLSHAKOVA
Khazankovich Yuliya Gennad'evna
283-287Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
EVOLUTION OF THE NATIONAL HERO IMAGE IN THE BASHKIR NOVEL
Khasanov Rishat Faukatovich
287-291Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
"SPIRITUAL DEGRADATION" OF HOMO CULTURES IN V. S. MAKANIN’S NOVEL "ASAN"
Khilmi Demiral
292-295Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF SEMANTICS OF THE GERMAN STRESSED PARTICLES JA, DOCH AND SCHON
Averina Anna Viktorovna
296-299Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
PUNCTUATION SYSTEM OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE: HISTORY AND MODERN STATE
Androsova Fekla Semenovna
300-303Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
EXPRESSIVE FUNCTION OF INTERTEXT IN THE MODERN DETECTIVE TEXT
Baiko Valeriya Aleksandrovna
304-308Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
LIMITS OF INTERPRETATION WHEN TRANSLATING METAPHORS FROM ENGLISH INTO RUSSIAN
Bol'shakova Natal'ya Fridrikhovna, Pridchina-Gershkovich Mariya Aleksandrovna, Sazhina Mariya Mikhailovna
308-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
CONTENT-STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONCEPT "APOLOGY"
Borisova Svetlana Aleksandrovna, Platonova Elena Vladimirovna, Krasheninnikova Ekaterina Ivanovna
312-315Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
POLYSEMIOTIC ARTIFACT STRUCTURE: MULTIMODAL ANALYSIS OF THE INITIAL WEB PAGE OF A VIDEO BLOG CHANNEL ON THE YOUTUBE HOSTING
Grebenev Aleksandr Nikolaevich, Shayuk Antonina Yur'evna
316-322Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
DISTRIBUTION AREAS OF OB-UGRIC LANGUAGES IN THE KONDINSKY DISTRICT OF THE KHANTY-MANSI AUTONOMOUS OKRUG - YUGRA
Islamova Yuliya Valer'evna
323-327Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
LEXICOGRAPHICAL STATICS AND TERMINOLOGICAL DYNAMICS IN THE PROFESSIONAL DISCOURSE
Klester Anna Mikhailovna, Shumailova Marina Sergeevna
327-331Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
COMPARATIVE-CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF LEXICOGRAPHICAL SOURCES INCLUDING CREOLIZED LEXICOGRAPHICAL ENTRIES
Koz'ko Natal'ya Aleksandrovna, Tulina Ekaterina Valer'evna
331-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
ROLE OF WORD PLAY IN IMPLEMENTATION OF EXPRESSIVE AND EVALUATIVE STRATEGY IN ADVERTISING SLOGAN
Kostyushkina Galina Maksimovna, Wan Chgeo
336-341Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
COGNITIVE MECHANISM TO FORM THE TEACHER’S IMAGE IN STUDENTS’ NATIONAL LINGUISTIC CONSCIOUSNESS
Kostyushkina Galina Maksimovna, Pavlenok Dar'ya Valer'evna
342-346Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
TEXT ANTHROPOCENTRICITY AS REFLECTION OF THE HUMAN FACTOR FROM THE POSITION OF THE SPEAKER
Kudashova Nina Nikolaevna
346-350Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
VARIABILITY OF COMPONENT STRUCTURE OF PROCESSUAL PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE NOVEL "MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN" BY RANSOM RIGGS)
Kulakovich Mariya Sergeevna
350-354Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
ON THE ISSUE OF RUSSIAN LOAN WORDS CHOICE IN THE FRENCH PRESS
Kuropteva Alena Aleksandrovna, Lar'kina Anna Aleksandrovna
354-358Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF THE TYPOLOGICAL PORTRAIT DESCRIPTIONS IN ARTISTIC DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF A. GOLDEN’S AND K. SHOPIN’S WORKS)
Maletina Oksana Andreevna, Isakovich Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Malushko Elena Yur'evna
358-362Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
GENDER-MARKED VOCATIVES IN DAGESTANI LANGUAGES
Mallaeva Zulaikhat Magomedovna, Ramazanova Zalina Magomedrashidovna
362-366Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
LINGUO-COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF SPORTS INTERVIEW (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH PRESS)
Novikova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
366-370Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
POTENTIAL FOR INTERACTION OF ONOMASTICS WITH NEURO-SCIENCES
Novikova Ol'ga Nikolaevna
371-374Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
LINGUISTIC AND CULTUROLOGICAL COMPETENCE AS THE BASIS OF REALIA ADEQUATE TRANSLATION
Pivovarova Elena Vyacheslavovna, Sanzharova Irina Eduardovna
375-379Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
SOMEONE ELSE’S IDEA IN THE FUNCTION OF INDIRECT INFLUENCE
Pilatova Valentina Nikolaevna
380-383Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
ENGLISH TEXT OF SCIENCE FICTION IN THE ASPECT OF COGNITIVE MODELING OF REALITY
Poletaeva Elena Denisovna
384-389Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
PECULIARITY OF ARGUMENT IN PERSUASION STRATEGY (BY THE MATERIAL OF RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE STATEMENTS OF THE FORMER AMBASSADOR OF LITHUANIA IN UKRAINE PETRAS VAITIEK?NAS)
Prokhorova Anastasiya Evgen'evna
389-392Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
PUNCTUATION AND GRAPHICAL ARRANGEMENT OF CHECHEN-LANGUAGE INTERNET COMMUNICATION
Saidova Zareta Elesovna
393-395Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
STRUCTURE-COMPONENT AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MODERN ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL FUND (BY THE MATERIAL OF POPULAR SCIENCE MEDICAL AND HEALTH-IMPROVING DISCOURSE)
Sardalova Luiza Ramzanovna
396-401Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
ADVERBIAL MODIFIERS WITH FACILITATIVE MEANING IN THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE
Chironov Sergei Vladimirovich
401-407Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
PAROEMIOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE COMPONENT-PHYTONYM IN RUSSIAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN LANGUAGES
Yusupova Liya Gayazovna, Kuz'mina Ol'ga Dmitrievna, Kuznetsova Il'vira Ildusovna
408-411Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 2
POETICS OF THE KARACHAY-BALKAR EVERYDAY FAIRY TALE
Berberov Burkhan Abuyusufovich, Berberova Liana Burkhanovna
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
ANIMALISTIC IMAGES IN CONTEMPORARY CHILDREN’S PROSE
Bozhkova Galina Nikolaevna, Shabalina Irina Gennad'evna, Shaikhlislamova Al'bina Gazizovna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
EPOS OF MAXIM GORKY (ON THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH)
Demchenko Aleksandr Ivanovich
16-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
NEWSPAPER "PROIZVODITEL I PROMYSHLENNIK" ("PRODUCER AND INDUSTRIALIST") IN THE SYSTEM OF THE PRE-REVOLUTIONARY BUSINESS PRESS (EARLY ISSUES, PROGRAM, BASIC CONTENT)
Surnina Irina Aleksandrovna
30-35Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
FOLK TALE "BABA JAGA" BY N. A. TEFFI: FOLKLORIC ORIGINS AND THE AUTHOR’S INDIVIDUAL ELEMENT
Tishkova Ol'ga Gennad'evna
35-39Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
INTERPRETATIONS OF DOROTHEA BROOKE’S IMAGE AND THE PROBLEM OF WOMEN’S SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS IN GEORGE ELIOT’S NOVEL "MIDDLEMARCH"
Shamina Natal'ya Viktorovna
40-44Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
SPECIFICITY OF ESSAY GENRE IN THE NATIONAL LITERATURE BY THE EXAMPLE OF M. GALIEV’S CREATIVE WORK
Yuzmukhametova Landysh Nurgayanovna
44-47Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURE OF ENVIRONMENTAL TERMS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Averbukh Konstantin Yakovlevich, Popova Larisa Georgievna, Kulakova Yuliya Nikolaevna
48-51Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
ETHNIC COMPONENT IN NICKNAMES OF THE MINORITY INTERNET
Alieva Gyul'nara Nizamovna, Kasumova Aideniz Shevketovna, Kurbanova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
51-54Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTION OF KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN INTERJECTIONS IN DIALOGICAL DISCOURSE
Afaunova Andzhela Anatol'evna
55-58Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
BASIC COMMUNICATIVE AND PRAGMATIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MEDIATED INTERNET COMMUNICATION USED BY SOCIAL PROTECTION AGENCIES
Bredikhina Yuliya Igorevna, Sidorenko Stanislav Gennad'evich
59-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
INTER-DISCURSIVE NATURE OF THE METAPHOR OF MODERN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ECONOMIC DISCOURSE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF "THE ECONOMIST" JOURNAL)
Vas'bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna
64-67Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
SEMANTIC FIELD OF THE ZOONYM "HORSE" IN THE CRIMEAN TATAR LANGUAGE
Ganieva Emine Suleimanovna
67-71Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
RHETORICAL MEANS TO CONSTRUCT THE ISIL IMAGE IN THE AMERICAN POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Golubeva Tat'yana Mikhailovna, Poskrebysheva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
71-75Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
ETYMOLOGICAL BASES OF SYNONYMIC LINES OF ADJECTIVES WITH THE MEANING "SMALL VALUE" AND THE WAYS TO REPLENISH THEM
Grintsova Ol'ga Vasil'evna, Solmanidina Natal'ya Viktorovna
75-80Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
SEMANTIC AUTHOR/NARRATOR’S TEXTUAL CENTERS
Gritskova Anna Vladimirovna
80-86Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
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Grushina Margarita Vladimirovna
86-89Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
"PART-WHOLE" RELATION AS A MECHANISM OF THE METATEXT OF TERMINOLOGICAL DEFINITION
Dedyukhina Anna Sergeevna, Chusovitina Elena Vladimirovna
90-94Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
TYPICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE SUFFIXAL MORPHEME -ÒÝ IN THE KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN VERB
Dzuganova Rita Khabalovna
94-98Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
PRAGMATIC FUNCTIONS OF THE ENGLISH CLAUSES WITH INVERTED WORD ORDER
Zhuikova Polina Sergeevna, Shershukova Natal'ya Vladimirovna
98-102Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
SENTENCE WITH A PARTICIPIAL CONSTRUCTION WITH PARTICIPLE I. BIO-COGNITIVE INTERPRETATION
Zhulina Ekaterina Borisovna
102-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
POLITENESS FORMULAS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. HOLISTIC APPROACH
Zhulina Ekaterina Borisovna
106-110Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
PECULIARITIES OF THE SPANISH LANGUAGE IN THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR
Kalashova Anna Samvelovna, Chvalun Roza Vladimirovna, Chudnova Ol'ga Alekseevna
111-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
PECULIARITIES OF FUNCTIONING OF GRAMMATICAL PERIPHERAL MEANS OF EXPRESSING THE CAUSE IN THE GERMAN AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Kalyatin Igor' Sergeevich
115-119Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
TACTICS OF COMPLIMENT IN THE ENGLISH COMMUNICATION
Korobova Natal'ya Vladimirovna, Tsybina Nadezhda Aleksandrovna
119-123Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
MODES OF LITERARY TRANSLATION OF SIMILES (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE NOVEL BY ERNEST HEMINGWAY "THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA")
Korshunova Elena Sergeevna
124-127Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
"JAMAICA" PHENOMENON IN THE CONTEXT OF COLORISTIC METAPHORS OF THE MODERN GERMAN POLITICAL MEDIA DISCOURSE
Litvinova Tat'yana Ivanovna
128-132Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
FIGURATIVE DESCRIPTION OF ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA IN ADVERTISING TOURIST NARRATIVE
Men'shikova Ekaterina Evgen'evna
132-135Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
LINGUISTIC PECULIARITIES OF MODERN NEWSPAPERS OF THE RUSSIAN GERMANS IN GERMANY: VOCABULARY AND GRAPHICS
Oglezneva Elena Aleksandrovna, Itsenko Aleksandra Viktorovna
136-141Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
PHONETIC AND INTONATION INTERFERENCE BY THE EXAMPLE OF FLEMISH DIALECTS
Petrenko Georgii Kirillovich, Ul'yanitskaya Lyubov' Aleksandrovna, Shumkov Andrei Arnol'dovich
141-147Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
AUTOMATIC AND NONAUTOMATIC EMOTIONS IN THE LANGUAGE
Pilatova Valentina Nikolaevna
147-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
ROLE OF PHILOSOPHY, PHILOLOGY AND LINGUISTICS IN TERMINOLOGICAL STUDIES
Samigullina Liliya Zakarievna, Vasil'eva El'mira Raisovna, Khakimova Alina Il'dusovna
151-154Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
PHYTONYMIC PHRASEOLOGY AND NATIONAL DISCOURSE
Sedykh Arkadii Petrovich, Bondareva Marina Mikhailovna
155-159Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
COGNITIVE METAPHOR AS REFLECTION OF THE CONTENT OF LANGUAGE CONSCIOUSNESS
Sirkiya Natal'ya Pavlovna
159-164Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
ETYMOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF ANTHROPONYMS OF THE SIBERIAN TATARS IN THE XIX CENTURY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF ARAPOVSKIE YURTY OF TOBOLSK PROVINCE)
Sulyamova Ruzanna Mukhtasymovna
165-170Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
"NEW GRAMMAR OF THE SPANISH LANGUAGE". QUESTIONS OF THE NORM
Terent'eva Ekaterina Dmitrievna, Khimich Galina Aleksandrovna
170-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
ANALYSIS OF THE MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN ANTHROPONYMYCON
Tychinskii Aleksei Anatol'evich
176-180Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
THE NUMERAL ÏÙÛÊIÓÒI ("TWELVE") IN THE KABARDIAN-CIRCASSIAN LANGUAGE: SEMANTICS AND FUNCTIONING
Khezheva Mar'yana Rashadovna
181-184Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
PECULIARITIES OF TERMS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE USA (LINGUISTIC-CULTURAL ASPECT)
Tsverkun Yuliya Borisovna
185-190Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
SOCIAL NETWORK AS A SPECIAL KIND OF INTERNET COMMUNICATION
Shilova Elena Sergeevna
191-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 5. Part 1
"SONGS OF THE GONE TO ISTANBUL" AND THE MEMORY OF THE ANCESTORS IN THE FOLKLORE OF THE KARACHAY-BALKAR DIASPORA
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221-224Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
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Gadzhalova Galimat Rasulovna
225-228Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE GENRE AND STYLISTIC FEATURES OF THE BASHKIR STORIES OF THE 1920S
Gareeva Gul'fira Nigamatovna, Valeeva Farzana Faizullovna, Iskhakova Gul'shat Rasulevna
228-232Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
DAGESTANI LITERATURE IN ANTICIPATION OF THE "THAW"
Guseinov Malik Alievich
232-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
POETICS OF LITERARY TALE IN THE YAKUT PROSE
Zhelobtsova Svetlana Fedotovna, Khazankovich Yuliya Gennad'evna, Zhelobtsov Fedot Fedotovich
236-241Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
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Kokluce Nuri
241-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
"WAR AND WOMAN" AS AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL PROBLEM (BASED ON THE STORIES OF A. V. DRUZHININ "MADEMOISELLE JEANNETTE" AND L. N. TOLSTOY "THE PRISONER OF THE CAUCASUS")
Mankieva Eset Khamzatovna
246-249Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
FOREIGN AND RUSSIAN CAUCASIAN STUDIES: HISTORY AND CONTEMPORARY CONDITION
Mankieva Eset Khamzatovna
250-253Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
FAMILY IDEA IN THE STORIES BY A. P. GAIDAR "CHUK AND GEK" AND "THE BLUE CUP"
Oktyabr'skaya Ol'ga Svyatoslavovna
253-256Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
HELL IMAGE IN THE PARABLE STORY "THE GREAT DIVORCE" BY C. S. LEWIS
Rodina Mariya Vyacheslavovna
257-260Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
L.N. TOLSTOY’S NOVEL "ANNA KARENINA" IN THE NEWSPAPER "SYN OTECHESTVA" ("THE SON OF THE FATHERLAND") (1875-1877)
Romanova Natal'ya Ivanovna
261-267Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
ARTIST’S IMAGE IN THE PLAY "WOUNDED AUROCH" BY I. MAMMEEV
Sarakueva Asiyat Mazirovna
268-271Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
A PENDULUM IMAGE IN N. S. GUMILYOV’S POETRY
Safiulina Rano Mirzakhanovna
271-275Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
"THE KULIKOVO FIELD" BY I. S. SHMELEV IN THE LIGHT OF V. V. ZENKOVSKY’S IDEAS
Solntseva Natal'ya Mikhailovna, Bayana Hatice
276-280Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
ARTISTIC PECULIARITIES OF THE MODERN CHUVASH SMALL PROSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF S. AZAMAT’S CREATIVE WORK)
Sofronova Irina Vladimirovna
280-284Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGISM IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CRIMINAL NOVEL AND ITS INFLUENCE ON READER’S INTEREST
Ul'yanova Yana Aleksandrovna
284-288Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
"...YOU SHALL FIND REST FOR YOUR SOULS...". "VALAAM BREAD" OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE
Utkina Elena Viktorovna
288-292Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE STORY "ROMANCE" BY VIKTOR TSOI AS AN ATTEMPT OF LITERARY SELF-REFLECTION
Kharitonova Zinaida Grigor'evna
293-297Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THEOPHANIES IN THE NOVEL "THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV"
Sharakov Sergei Leonidovich
297-300Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
PERSONAL NAMES OF ANIMATED CARTOON FILMS CHARACTERS IN THE ONOMASTIC SPACE OF A CHILD’S LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY
Aznabaeva Al'fiya Faritovna
301-305Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
ZONAL STRUCTURE OF DICTIONARY ENTRIES OF THE COMPREHENSIVE THEMATIC EDUCATIONAL DICTIONARY OF IT SPECIALISTS’ PROFESSIONAL VOCABULARY
Artyushkin Oleg Valentinovich
305-309Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
ON THE PROBLEM OF CLASSIFICATION OF BUSINESS LETTERS GENRES IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Boichiuk Galina Viktorovna
309-314Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF MILITARY BRIEFINGS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE AMERICAN MOVIE SCRIPTS)
Bol'shakova Tat'yana Igorevna, Varushkina Anastasiya Valer'evna, Zhivokina Maiya Aleksandrovna
315-319Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
GRAMMATICAL MEANS TO EXPRESS NEGATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH ADVERTISING TEXTS)
Voeikova Anna Andreevna
319-323Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
MECHANISMS TO FORM STYLISTIC FIGURES OF ALOGISM BY DELIBERATE VIOLATION OF THE PRINCIPLE OF SUFFICIENT REASON
Vol'f Olesya Aleksandrovna
323-327Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
TRANSLATOLOGICAL POTENTIAL OF THE ENGLISH PRONOUN SHE (BASED ON LITERARY DISCOURSE AND ITS TRANSLATIONS)
Gaikalova Natalia Ivanovna
327-332Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
METAPHOR AS A COGNITIVE, LINGUISTIC AND ESTHETIC PHENOMENON IN THE LITERARY PROSE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE VOCABULARY WITH THE MEANING OF IMAGE)
Golaidenko Larisa Nikolaevna
332-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
FOREIGN-LANGUAGE PROFESSIONAL PEDAGOGICAL DISCOURSE IN THE CONTEXT OF PHONO-PRAGMATICS: PROBLEM FORMULATION
Golovchanskaya Irina Il'inichna
337-340Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
LANDSCAPE VOCABULARY IN BUSINESS WRITTEN LANGUAGE OF YENISEI REGION SIBERIA OF THE XVII - THE BEGINNING OF THE XVIII CENTURY
Gorodilova Lyudmila Mikhailovna
340-345Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
ON THE SEMANTICS OF MARKERS OF COMPARATIVE CLUSTERS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Guketlova Aida Khasanovna
346-351Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
BIOCOGNITIVE APPROACH TO THE LINGUISTIC CATEGORY OF TENSE
Druzhinin Andrei Sergeevich, Pesina Svetlana Andreevna
351-354Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF REPRESENTATION OF THE NOTION "POLITICAL OLYMPUS" IN THE RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Zdanovskaya Lidiya Borisovna, Nepshekueva Tamara Sagidovna
355-359Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE OBJECT IN INFINITIVE STRUCTURES WITH THE VERB LASSEN
Il'ina Svetlana Yur'evna, Smetanina Ol'ga Aleksandrovna
359-363Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
EXPRESSIVE AND EMOTIONAL VOCABULARY IN WOMEN’S SPEECH IN THE RUSSIAN BLOGOSPHERE (AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE TURKISH BLOGOSPHERE)
Yilmaz Mehtap
363-367Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE ROLE OF TOPONYMS IN THE FORMATION OF THE ENGLISH SURNAMES
Kuritskaya Elena Vladimirovna, Degtyarenko Kseniya Andreevna
367-370Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE SPECIFICITY OF MODERN ENGLISH ECOLOGICAL DISCOURSE
Mamonova Elena Yur'evna, Kron Anastasiya Sergeevna
371-374Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE CONCEPT "REFUGEES" IN MODERN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN AND FRENCH PRESS AND INTERNET FORUMS)
Molostova Elena Pavlovna, Filippova Gul'nara Faridovna
374-377Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
ON THE PROBLEM OF DEFINING DISCOURSE
Pilatova Valentina Nikolaevna
378-381Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THE TURKISH CLICH? AS AN AUTONOMOUS CATEGORY
Sarygez Ol'ga Vladimirovna
382-388Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF EMOTION VERBALIZATION IN ECONOMIC PUBLICISTIC TEXTS
Smakhtin Evgenii Sergeevich, Vas'bieva Dinara Giniyatullovna, Kalugina Ol'ga Anatol'evna
388-395Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
STRUCTURAL-SEMANTIC CLASSIFICATION OF COMPOUND NOUNS OF AVIATION ENGLISH
Stolbovskaya Margarita Anatol'evna
395-399Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
THEMATIC GROUPS OF INITIAL ABBREVIATIONS OF THE ENGLISH LABOUR PROTECTION TERMINOLOGY
Fedorova Mariya Aleksandrovna, Churilova Irina Nikolaevna
399-402Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
VERBS OF MOVEMENT IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Khusnutdinov Damir Khaidarovich, Sagdieva Ramilya Kamilovna, Sibgatullina Il'zira Kotdusovna
403-406Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
COMPARATIVITY AS A METHOD TO ACQUIRE THE GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF PREDICATIVITY WHEN TEACHING TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES TO STUDENTS OF ECONOMICS
Shirokikh Anna Yur'evna
406-410Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 2
EMOTIVE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS OF THE KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN LANGUAGE
Tokmakova Madina Khasanbievna
185-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
MEANS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ILLOCUTIONARY POTENTIAL OF FALSE UTTERANCES (BASED ON THE MATERIAL OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE)
Tabernil'ya-Basabe Alina Eusebiovna
181-184Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
TYPES OF INFERENCE IN THE DISCOURSE
Suvorova Elena Vladimirovna
176-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
IMPLICITY OF INDIRECT UTTERANCES (BY THE MATERIAL OF FICTION TEXTS IN ENGLISH)
Semenova Sofiya Novikovna
168-171Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
TERMINOLOGY OF MILITARY HELICOPTER AVIATION AS AN OBJECT OF LINGUISTIC STUDY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH, RUSSIAN AND TURKISH LANGUAGES)
Solov'eva Aleksandra Evgen'evna
172-176Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
SOME LINGUISTIC WAYS AND VERBAL MEANS TO REALIZE THE FUNCTION OF INFLUENCING ADDRESSEE’S CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE POLITICAL DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN, FRENCH AND ENGLISH PRESS)
Prokhorova Anastasiya Evgen'evna
164-167Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
THE CONCEPT "MOTHERLAND" IN ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC CULTURES
Priorova Elena Mikhailovna, Savchenko Elena Pavlovna, Fil'chakova Ekaterina Mikhailovna
159-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
"CHENGYU" ("??") PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS OF MILITARY SPHERE: THE RESULTS OF A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS AND THE PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATING INTO RUSSIAN
Polonchuk Ruslan Andreevich
156-159Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
THOUGHT AND FEELING IN MONOLOGIC DESCRIPTION
Pilatova Valentina Nikolaevna
152-155Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
TENSE FORMS OF THE VERB IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
Ozdoeva Eset Gerikhanovna, Alieva Pyatimat Magametovna, Dudurgova Eset Magametovna
142-145Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPTUAL CONTENT OF HUMOR IN THE CONVERSE PERSPECTIVE ON THE FRENCH FORUM
Palagina Ol'ga Ivanovna, Bugakova Nataliya Vladimirovna
145-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF METAPHORICAL STATEMENTS CONTAINING THE NAME OF A DENOTATIVE CLASS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH, FRENCH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Nifanova Tat'yana Sergeevna
137-141Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
SPECIFICITY OF IMAGE TRANSFER WHEN TRANSLATING A. NOTHOMB’S NOVEL "STUPEUR ET TREMBLEMENT" INTO RUSSIAN, ENGLISH AND ITALIAN
Likhodkina Irina Aleksandrovna
130-133Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
BIBLICAL PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH PROPER NAMES IN THE CHINESE LINGUOCULTURAL TRADITION
Lu Yuxia, Mikova Svetlana Stanislavovna
134-137Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
THE RUSSIAN WORLD: LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF THE FORMATION OF CIVILIZATIONAL IDENTITY
Litvinenko Elena Yur'evna, Fedorova Larisa Yur'evna
126-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
ON THE COGNITIVE ROLE OF PAROEMIAS IN THE CHINESE MEDIA IN ENGLISH
Kokhan Irina Nikolaevna
123-126Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
LINGUISTICS OF NATIONAL SOCIALIST GERMANY AS A PHENOMENON OF "TOTALITARIAN" LINGUISTICS
Kosteva Viktoriya Mikhailovna
118-122Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
THE PECULIARITIES OF THE LITERARY TRANSLATION OF THE COMPOUND EPITHETS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE NOVEL "THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY" BY OSCAR WILDE)
Korshunova Elena Sergeevna
115-118Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
TWO-ROOT ADVERBS IN THE COMPOSITION OF THE STATEMENT
Konyaeva Natal'ya Alekseevna
111-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
COMPLEX CASES OF TRANSLATION OF THE ENGLISH TERMS IN THE SPHERE OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF A DNA MOLECULE
Kovylyaeva Anna Eduardovna
106-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
ON IMPORTANCE OF THE UNIFYING FUNCTION OF WORLD LANGUAGES IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Kartushina Elena Aleksandrovna, Kazachenko Oksana Vasil'evna
96-98Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF THE GERMAN KEY WORDS
Kovtunova Elena Anatol'evna, Ezan Irina Evgen'evna
99-105Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF LINGUISTIC CONSCIOUSNESS TRANSFORMATION IN CONDITIONS OF LONG-TERM STRESS
Zav'yalova Natal'ya Borisovna
89-95Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
RHETORICAL QUESTION AS A MEANS OF COGNITIVE-PRAGMATIC IMPACT IN MEDIA DISCOURSE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF COSMOPOLITAN AND GLAMOR MAGAZINES)
Drobot Dar'ya Sergeevna
81-84Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
ORIENTATIONAL FUNCTION OF THE ENGLISH ARTICLE
Druzhinin Andrei Sergeevich, Pesina Svetlana Andreevna
85-88Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
TYPES OF AFFIXATION IN OIKONYMY OF THE VLADIMIR REGION
Volkov Viktor Valer'evich
74-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
LEXICAL MEANS OF REPRESENTATION OF EXPLICIT APOLOGIES IN THE GERMAN BUSINESS E-MAIL COMMUNICATION
Gorpennikova Yuliya Gennad'evna
77-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL CONTINUUM OF THE WORD "ANGINA" IN THE RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW
Bulina Evgeniya Vladimirovna
69-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
MEDIA IMAGE OF THE HERO OF OUR TIME ACCORDING TO PUBLICATIONS IN THE COLUMN "NR GUEST" IN THE NEWSPAPER "NAKHODKINSKIY RABOCHIY" ("NAKHODKA WORKER")
Varavva Valentina Vasil'evna
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
LAUGHABLE WORD IN THE CARNIVALIZED SPACE OF N. V. GOGOL’S EPISTOLARY HERITAGE
Dubrovskaya Svetlana Anatol'evna
13-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
INTERMEDIAL DISCOURSE IN THE STORY "THREE YEARS" BY A. P. CHEKHOV
Ignatenko Aleksandr Vladimirovich
16-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
GENDER MARKED SYMBOLICS IN THE SHORT NOVEL OF L. N. TOLSTOY "KHADZHI-MURAT"
Mankieva Eset Khamzatovna
20-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
FROM "FEMINA INCOGNITA" TO GENDER IDENTITY: MOUNTAIN GIRL’S IMAGE IN THE WORKS BY THE RUSSIAN WRITERS OF THE XIX CENTURY
Mankieva Eset Khamzatovna
24-28Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
MUSICAL IMAGERY IN THE POETRY OF S. E. NELDIKHEN IN THE 1920S
Ryabova Mariya Viktorovna
28-33Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
"PAGAN AND MEDIEVAL RELIGIOUS SENTIMENT" BY M. ARNOLD IN THE CONTEXT OF DISPUTES OF THE VICTORIAN ERA
Sokolova Natal'ya Igorevna
33-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
THE PECULIARITIES OF SYMBOLIZATION IN THE TATAR POETRY OF THE XX CENTURY
Yusupova Nurfiya Marsovna
37-40Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
ON TEXTILE HANDICRAFT TERMINOLOGY (COMPARATIVE ASPECT)
Abaeva Fatima Olegovna
41-43Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE RUSSIAN VERBS OF SOUNDING OF THE THEMATIC GROUP OF DEATH AND MEMORY IN THE POETRY OF ROBERT ROZHDESTVENSKY
Alekseeva Anastasiya Valer'evna
44-49Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
LOCAL SENTENCES IN THE FRENCH, RUSSIAN AND INGUSH LANGUAGES (BY THE MATERIAL OF FICTION)
Alieva Pyatimat Magametovna, Dudurgova Eset Magametovna, Ozdoeva Eset Gerikhanovna
49-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
VIOLATION OF PROPOSITIONS IN INSINCERE DISCOURSE
Andryukhina Nataliya Valer'evna
52-56Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
PERSONALITY’S SPEECH BEHAVIOUR AS AN ELEMENT OF COMPLICATED SYSTEM OF ACTIONS
Bagdasaryan Tat'yana Mikhailovna
57-61Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE - AGGRESSOR OR COMPANION: THE PROBLEM OF DOMAIN LOSS IN THE SCANDINAVIAN LANGUAGES
Borodina Dar'ya Sergeevna
61-65Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
COMMUNICATION THEORY AS A METHODOLOGICAL BASIS FOR ANALYZING VERBAL INTERACTION OF CHARACTERS IN ARTISTIC PROSE
Boronin Aleksandr Anatol'evich, Motina Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
65-68Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIAL PRACTICE "GRADUATING FROM THE UNIVERSITY" IN THE CONTEXT OF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY DISCOURSE
Khilalova Natal'ya Gaptullovna
188-191Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
EXTENSION OF FUNCTIONAL POSSIBILITIES OF A SECONDARY TEXT: THE ANALYSIS OF PERSUASIVE MEANS OF AN ABSTRACT
Khutyz Irina Pavlovna
191-194Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
LINGUISTIC-PRAGMATIC FUNCTION OF TERMINOLOGICAL VOCABULARY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF ADVERTISING SLOGANS)
Shaglanova Elena Andreevna, Badmaeva Elena Sodnomovna
195-197Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 4. Part 1
THE FUNCTIONING OF THE ARABIC VERBAL FORMS IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TATAR SUFI POETRY OF THE XIX CENTURY
Yusupov Airat Faikovich
398-401Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE LANGUAGE OF GAMERS AS A PART OF YOUTH SLANG
Shcherbina Valentina Evgen'evna
395-398Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
PROSPECTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE SITUATION IN ASTRAKHAN REGION
Shcheglova Inna Vladimirovna
391-395Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
ETYMOLOGICAL, CONTRASTIVE AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE BORROWED LINGUISTIC CONCEPTS
Shubina Anna Olegovna
385-391Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY AS A GENRE OF SCIENTIFIC AND POPULAR MEDICAL DISCOURSE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGE)
Shishkina Ekaterina Viktorovna
382-385Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
SYNTACTIC MEANS OF VERBAL MANIPULATION IN THE ENGLISH SPORTS ARTICLES
Tsybina Larisa Viktorovna, Leshchenko Galina Vladimirovna
378-381Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE STRUCTURAL AND SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH THE MEANING "PERSON’S CHARACTER"
Kharitonova Nataliya Vladimirovna, Baryshnikova Svetlana Nikolaevna, Monastyretskaya Ol'ga Vladimirovna
375-378Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
CONCEPTS "HORROR" AND "FEAR" AS REPRESENTATION OF INDIVIDUAL AND UNIVERSAL FEATURES OF A LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY IN THE INTERPRETATION OF LINGUISTIC WORLDVIEW (BY THE MATERIAL OF S. KING’S STORIES)
Sakharova Natal'ya Gennadievna, Dmitrieva Ol'ga Petrovna
371-374Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
DEICTIC IDENTIFICATION OF AN ADDRESSEE AND AN ADDRESSER IN THE SPACE OF A LITERARY TEXT (BY THE MATERIAL OF ANDR? GIDE’S PROSE)
Savel'eva Elena Borisovna
367-370Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE US MILITARY SUBCULTURE SYSTEM OF VALUES REPRESENTED THROUGH SIGNS OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
Romanov Aleksandr Sergeevich
364-366Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
METHODS OF COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE CHINESE AND RUSSIAN PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS OF MILITARY SPHERE
Polonchuk Ruslan Andreevich
361-364Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
SPEECH AND DISCOURSE OF ONE CHARACTER
Pilatova Valentina Nikolaevna
358-360Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
ON THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN INTERLINGUAL PSYCHOLINGUISTICS (BY THE MATERIAL OF PHONEMES AND ANTONYMS OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Nikroshkina Sof'ya Vasil'evna
354-357Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
LINGUISTIC RESOURCES OF THE POETICAL TEXT IN REGIONAL LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS
Nikitina Tat'yana Gennad'evna
350-353Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
PROBLEMS OF CONSTRUCTING ANTONYMIC-SYNONYMIC PARADIGMS OF COMPOSITES
Merkur'eva Nataliya Mikhailovna
346-349Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE EXPRESSION AND THE DYNAMICS OF THE CONCEPT "IMMIGRANT" IN DISCOURSE OF THE GERMAN MEDIA
Kofanova Galina Petrovna
337-340Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
TYPES OF POLYSEMY OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE MODERN GERMAN LANGUAGE (TOPOLOGICAL AND SEMANTIC ASPECTS)
Lipatova Svetlana Ruslanovna
340-346Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
CLASSIFYING THE TYPES OF EVIDENTIALITY ACCORDING TO THE SUBJECT OF COMMUNICATION IN THE SPACE OF MODERN ARTISTIC DISCOURSE
Kozlovskii Dmitrii Valentinovich
333-337Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
CRITERIA FOR DISTINGUISHING GERMAN MODAL AND DISCOURSE PARTICLES IN RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN LINGUISTICS
Ivanov Vladimir Dmitrievich
328-332Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
NEOLOGISMS IN THE MODERN RUSSIAN MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Efremova Lyudmila Vasil'evna
319-322Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE STUDY OF THE RUSSIAN GERMANS’ LANGUAGE IN THE CHRONOLOGICAL ASPECT
Zhukova Lyubov' Vladimirovna
322-327Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE TERMINOLOGY OF THE SOCIO-POLITICAL SPHERE
Ermakova Aleksandra Vladimirovna
315-319Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
COVERAGE OF ENERGY POLICY AND THE PROJECT "NORD STREAM" IN THE GERMAN AND RUSSIAN PRESS
Dudina Galina Sergeevna
310-315Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE CHARACTERISTICS AND FEATURES OF THE INTERACTIVE MODEL OF COMMUNICATION
Dolzhenkov Valerii Nikolaevich
307-309Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
ON THE ROLE OF GRAMMATICAL MEANS OF EXPRESSION IN A LITERARY TEXT (BASING ON THE NOVEL "THE GREAT GATSBY" BY F. S. FITZGERALD)
Dolgina Ekaterina Andreevna
302-306Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
DIFFICULTIES IN TRANSLATING DIMINUTIVES FROM KORYAK INTO RUSSIAN WHEN PREPARING WORD-FOR-WORD TRANSLATION OF KETSAI KEKKETYN’S WORKS
Golovaneva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
299-302Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYSIOLOGICAL EUPHEMISMS IN THE OLD ENGLISH AND MIDDLE ENGLISH PERIODS
Biryukova Irina Aleksandrovna
294-299Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
NEWS GERMAN-LANGUAGE TEXT OF THE ONLINE PRESS AND ITS GRAMMATICAL FEATURES
Bespalova Svetlana Vasil'evna, Tret'yakova Irina Vladimirovna, Kuznetsova Lyudmila Nikolaevna
291-293Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
JOURNALISTIC ISSUE IN THE LIGHT OF RHETORICAL TRADITIONS
Alimdzhanov Abduaziz Abdikhakimovich
282-286Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
ON THE ISSUE OF ETYMOLOGY OF SOME GERMAN HYDRONYMS
Belyaev Andrei Nikolaevich
286-291Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
A CREOLIZED LANGUAGE GAME AS A SEMIOTIC PHENOMENON
Aleksandrova Elena Mikhailovna
276-282Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
OPERATIONS WITH SYMBOLS IN THE TEXTS OF THE RUSSIAN ROCK POETRY
Avdeenko Ivan Anatol'evich
269-273Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
STRUCTURAL PECULIARITIES OF VERBS OF BEHAVIOUR IN THE RUSSIAN, TATAR AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES
Aidarova Alsu Mirzayanovna, Lebedev Eduard Evgen'evich
273-276Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
RUSSIAN LITERARY TRADITION IN THE FICTION OF THE RUSSIAN FAR NORTH-EAST
Yurina Marina Anatol'evna
265-268Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
VERBAL COMMUNICATION MODELLING IN THE ARMY ENVIRONMENT (BY THE MATERIAL OF ALEKSANDR ARKHIPOV’S PLAY "DEMOBEE TRAIN")
Jia Pengling
261-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL ARRANGEMENT OF THE NOVEL "WUTHERING HEIGHTS" BY EMILY BRONT?
Khakimova Alina Il'dusovna, Garipova Ilyuza Insafovna, Minnulina Gul'fiya Rinatovna
258-260Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
KEY MEANINGS OF EARLY POETIC DISCOURSE OF ELISAVETA BAGRYANA
Filippova Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
254-258Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
"THE MARCH" BY E. L. DOCTOROW: HISTORY AND FICTION
Siraeva Gul'zira Razamirovna
252-254Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
L. N. TOLSTOY’S SHORT STORY "IL’YAS": TOPICAL PROBLEMS OF THE HISTORY OF CREATION AND EDITION
Sizova Irina Igorevna
245-251Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE IMAGE OF RUSSIA IN IOSIF BRODSKY’S CREATIVE WORK
Podgorskaya Anna Vyacheslavovna
243-245Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
TIME IN THE NOVEL "A SCHOOL FOR FOOLS" BY SASHA SOKOLOV
Ortanova Marina Khazhpagovna, Kudaeva Zinaida Zhantemirovna
240-242Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
LITERARY-CRITICAL WORKS OF D. S. MEREZHKOVSKY OF 1893-1894: GENRE, TYPOLOGY, ORIGINALITY
Murtuzalieva Ekaterina Abdulmedzhidovna
235-240Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
ON ATTITUDE TO REALITY OF PHILOSOPHICAL SCIENCE AND SCHOOL OF VIRTUE IN IRIS MURDOCH’S NOVELS
Islamova Alla Karimovna
229-235Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
THE THEME OF THE CARIBBEAN CRISIS IN THE PAGES OF "PRAVDA" NEWSPAPER OF 1962
Anpilova Ekaterina Sergeevna
219-222Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
CONCLUSIVE IMAGE OF A. BLOK’S POEM "THE TWELVE" IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIONAL ARTISTIC CULTURE OF THE XIX - THE BEGINNING OF THE XX CENTURY
Balashova Irina Aleksandrovna, Didenko Larisa Vasil'evna
222-228Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 2
AUTOMATED ANALYSIS OF A HANDWRITTEN TEXT IN EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY
Firsova Svetlana Pavlovna, Suslova Anastasiya Mikhailovna
188-190Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
LINGUO-CULTURAL IMAGE OF A WOMAN-POLITICIAN IN PRE-ELECTION PICTURE OF FRANCE
Telegina Viktoriya Aleksandrovna, Sinel'nikov Yurii Grigor'evich
182-184Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
INTER-LINGUAL FRENCH-RUSSIAN HOMONYMS ÐÅÆÈÑѨР/ R?GISSEUR, ÄÓÁ˨Р/ DOUBLEUR, ÊÀÄÐ / CADRE
Tkacheva Anna Nikolaevna
184-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TEXTEME STRUCTURE OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN SECTORAL TEXTS ON WINE-MAKING
Sibiryakov Andrei Viktorovich
178-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE VERBAL PORTRAIT OF A MODERN WOMAN BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE GLOSSY MAGAZINES
Ponomareva Ekaterina Valer'evna
175-178Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
PECULIARITIES OF AUTHOR’S PUNCTUATION IN THE NOVEL "AVIATOR" BY E. G. VODOLAZKIN
Podshivalova Nataliya Il'inichna, Sidorova Elena Vladimirovna
173-175Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE CATEGORY OF ANIMATENESS/INANIMATENESS AND GENDER IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: MEANS OF EXPRESSION, PROPERTIES OF INTERPRETATIVENESS AND BLURRINESS
Petrova Elena Serafimovna, Tokareva Ol'ga Vladimirovna
168-172Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
SPECIFICITY OF INTERTEXTUAL LINKS IN NEWS DISCOURSE: A STUDY OF FRENCH PRESS
Perepechenov Aleksandr Vladimirovich
164-167Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
LOAN WORDS OF INTERNET COMMUNICATION: THE PROBLEM OF SPELLING VARIABILITY AND ITS REPRESENTATION IN DICTIONARIES
Osetrova Ol'ga Igorevna
160-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
CONTRAST AS AN IDIOSTYLE DOMINANT OF TEXTS OF THE JOURNALIST TAMARA SABLINA
Nosovets Svetlana Gennad'evna, Abrosimova Ekaterina Alekseevna
155-159Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
FUNCTIONAL PECULIARITIES OF THE ISLAMIC INTERTEXTUAL INCLUSIONS IN THE ENGLISH LITERARY TEXT AND THEIR TRANSLATION INTO RUSSIAN (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE NOVEL "A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS" BY KHALED HOSSEINI)
Nerovnaya Margarita Anatol'evna
152-155Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE TRADITIONAL IMAGE OF GEISHA IN THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL "GEISHA OF GION" BY MINEKO IWASAKI
Mukhametova Anna Il'yasovna
146-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE PECULIARITIES OF RENDERING THE MODAL VERBS CAN, MAY, MUST, WILL/SHALL WHEN TRANSLATING THE ANGLO-AMERICAN WORKS OF FICTION INTO THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Mullagaliev Narkiz Kamilevich
142-146Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
ON SOME PECULIARITIES OF TERMS OF KINSHIP AND IN-LAW RELATIONS IN DIALECTS OF THE KHAKASS LANGUAGE
Medvedeva Marina Alekseevna
139-142Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
COGNITIVE-SEMANTIC PARAMETERS AND LEXICAL CONTENT OF BI-TRANSITIVE CONSTRUCTION: CORPUS DATA
Makoeva Dana Gisovna
134-139Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
COGNITIVE BASES OF CONNECTION OF VISUAL AND AUDITORY PERCEPTION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE)
Los' Aleksandra L'vovna
131-134Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE PROBLEM OF CONVEYING THE WRITER’S STYLE IN TRANSLATION OF THE NOVEL BY M. HOUELLEBECQ "THE POSSIBILITY OF AN ISLAND" ("LA POSSIBILIT? D'UNE ?LE") INTO THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Likhodkina Irina Aleksandrovna
127-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL COMMENTARY AS A PRIMARY METHOD OF INTERPRETATION OF PAROEMIAS WITH THE COMPONENT-SOMATISM WHEN DESCRIBING PERSON’S APPEARANCE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN AND CHINESE PROVERBS)
Li Wenrui
123-127Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
PHONOSTYLISTIC FEATURES OF ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE GERMAN PRESS
Kuznetsova Lyudmila Nikolaevna, Bespalova Svetlana Vasil'evna, Tret'yakova Irina Vladimirovna
121-123Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
MANIFESTATION OF ELLIPTICITY AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF LANGUAGE SYSTEM (BY THE MATERIAL OF J. HIGGINS’S NOVEL "SAD WIND FROM THE SEA")
Kosonozhkina Lyudmila Valentinovna
117-120Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE VOCABULARY ACQUISITION
Korotenko Tat'yana Nikolaevna
114-117Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
SOCIAL OPPOSITION "ONE’S OWN - FOREIGN" AS A MEANS OF POLITICAL MANIPULATION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF BARACK OBAMA’S SPEECH)
Koroleva Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
112-114Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
INTERVIEW ON DAGESTAN TELEVISION
Goncharova Elena Aleksandrovna, Buleiko Natal'ya Andrianovna
9-11Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE UDMURT WRITER-VETERAN M. LYAMIN’S PUBLICISM
Zaitseva Tat'yana Ivanovna, Maksimova Ol'ga Mikhailovna
12-15Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
LYRICAL BEGINNING IN SHAKESPEARE’S TRAGEDY "KING LEAR": ON THE ISSUE OF RECEPTION
Zyabko Oksana Dmitrievna
16-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
COGNITIVE-PRAGMATIC PROGRAM OF THE LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY OF S. YESENIN: SUBSYSTEM OF TARGET ATTITUDES
Ivanov Dmitrii Igorevich, Lakerbai Dmitrii Leonidovich
20-24Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE STORY OF O. M. SOMOV "TALES OF TREASURES": THE ATTEMPT OF A PARATEXTUAL ANALYSIS
Krivous Tat'yana Vladimirovna
24-27Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
SPY NOVEL BY JOHANNES MARIO SIMMEL IN THE GERMAN LITERATURE OF "COLD WAR" PERIOD
Lyatifova Lilya Islyamovna
27-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
FUNCTIONALITY OF FOLKLORE-MYTHOLOGICAL MOTIVES AND IMAGES IN THE CREATIVITY OF L. ARBACHAKOVA AND G. KOSTOCHAKOV
Mainagasheva Nina Semenovna
30-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
GENRE AND ARTISTIC ORIGINALITY OF D. S. MEREZHKOVSKY’S ESSAY "CALDERON"
Murtuzalieva Ekaterina Abdulmedzhidovna
39-42Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
INTERTEXTUALITY IN THE WORKS OF PETER ACKROYD
Neglyad Tat'yana Aleksandrovna
42-45Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE PROBLEM OF A HUMAN BEING IN J. STEINBECK’S NOVELS "THE GRAPES OF WRATH" AND "THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT"
Os'mukhina Ol'ga Yur'evna
45-49Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
SYNTHESIS OF COMIC STRIP AND NOIRE STYLISTICS IN THE SERIES OF F. MILLER’S "GRAPHIC NOVELS" "SIN CITY": ON THE PROBLEM OF REINTERPRETATION
Os'mukhina Ol'ga Yur'evna, Kuryaev Il'gam Ryasimovich
49-52Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
CYCLE-FORMING MOTIVE OF THE MOVEMENT IN "TAGANSKY CONCERT" BY ALEXANDER BASHLACHEV
Pervushina Elena Aleksandrovna, Starodumova Veronika Il'inichna
52-55Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
FORMATION OF POSITIVE IMAGE OF THE RUSSIAN STATE IN THE BRITISH MASS MEDIA
Savel'eva Nelli Khismatullaevna, Pikhtovnikova Yuliya Viktorovna
56-58Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
"TOWN MONASTERY" AS A COMPONENT OF ARTISTIC SPACE OF F. M. DOSTOYEVSKY’S NOVEL "THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV"
Shutaya Natal'ya Konstantinovna, Beresneva Lyudmila Nikolaevna
58-60Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC SPHERE OF SOCIETY: COGNITIVE AND TERMINOLOGICAL ASPECT
Achilova Elena Nikolaevna
61-63Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
PHRASEOLOGICAL NEOLOGISMS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE: SEMANTICS, ETYMOLOGY, FUNCTIONING
Basko Nina Vasil'evna
64-66Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH AND FRENCH ADVERTISING TEXTS
Bakhmudova Anzhelika Shamilovna, Shakhemirova Svetlana Vagidovna
67-69Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
ON DEBATABLE SEMANTICS IN NART SAGAS
Besolova Elena Butusovna
69-72Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
RENDERING OF PRECEDENT PHENOMENA IN THE TRANSLATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN PRINT MEDIA)
Vetrova Daniella Evgen'evna, Shageeva Anna Alekseevna, Khramushina Zhanna Arturovna
73-76Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
CHARACTERISTIC OF AXIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT IMAGES OF THE ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS ACCORDING TO THE TYPES OF VARIABILITY
Vit'ko Marina Anatol'evna
76-81Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
ADDRESS IN THE CHINESE FAMILY DISCOURSE
Gavrilyuk Marina Aleksandrovna
81-84Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
WORDS WITH THE MEANING OF IMAGINATION AS LEXICO-SEMANTIC AND GRAMMATICAL DOMINANTS OF LITERARY METAPHORS
Golaidenko Larisa Nikolaevna
84-87Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE MODEL OF SEMANTIC SPACE OF THE TERM IN A LITERARY TEXT
Golovina Elena Viktorovna, Soldatenko Anna Evgen'evna
88-91Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
METAPHORS OF MAN’S INNER WORLD IN THE NOVEL "DEMONS"
Golovneva Yuliya Vladimirovna, Novikova Al'bina Alekseevna
91-94Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
THE RATIO OF VERBAL AND NON-VERBAL COMPONENTS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION PHASE OF SPEECH ACTS IN BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
Denisov Denis Ruslanovich
95-98Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT IN THE INTERPRETATION OF CAUSATIVE SITUATIONS WITH THE ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS
Ermolaeva Ekaterina Valer’evna
99-102Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
ARABIC NAMES IN URBANONYMY OF LONDON
Kazakova Svetlana Leonidovna
102-105Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
EVOLUTION IN DERIVATION OF YOUTH SLANG
Karkaeva Mariam Aslanbekovna
105-107Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
FEATURES OF RENDERING CONNOTATIONS IN TRANSLATION OF EXPRESSIVE-EVALUATIVE METAPHORS IN PUBLICISTIC TEXTS
Kislitsyna Natal'ya Nikolaevna, Mel'nichenko Tat'yana Vladimirovna
108-111Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 3. Part 1
SPECIFICITY OF TRANSLATION OF ENGLISH ONOMATOPOEIAS INTO THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IN THE CHILDREN’S ANIMATED FILM
Luk'yanova Valentina Sergeevna, Koloskova Ol'ga Anatol'evna
334-337Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
ANGLO-AMERICANISMS IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE AS GLOBALIZATION FACTOR MANIFESTATION AT THE LEXICAL LEVEL
Matasova Oksana Vladimirovna, Shapovalova Ol'ga Nikolaevna, Ufimtseva Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Shapovalov Yurii Anatol'evich
337-340Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
FORMATION OF AN UNREAL PHENOMENON IN THE STRUCTURE OF PHRASEOLOGISMS WITH THE COMPONENT-ZOONYM
Milovanova Anna Igorevna
341-343Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
ALGORITHM OF SPEECH FRAMES IDENTIFICATION
Nazaretyan Nelli Vartanovna
344-350Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF KINSHIP - LEGAL KINSHIP NOMINATION IN THE MODERN SERBIAN LITERARY LANGUAGE
Novospasskaya Natal'ya Viktorovna, Lazareva Olesya Viktorovna, Nikolich Milina
350-355Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
NATIONAL AND CULTURAL SPECIFICITY OF "SUPERSTITIOUS" VOCABULARY IN THE RUSSIAN OLD-TIMERS’ DIALECTS OF YAKUTIA
Pavlova Irina Petrovna, Buldakova Aya Yur'evna
355-358Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
SOME WAYS OF TRANSLATING THE REALIAS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE INTO RUSSIAN (BY O. HENRY’S STORIES)
Piotrovskaya Viktoriya Yur'evna, Kekeeva Tat'yana Mikhailovna
358-360Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
MILITARY THEMES IN THE PHRASEOLOGY OF THE CHINESE LANGUAGE
Polonchuk Ruslan Andreevich
361-363Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
VOCABULARY OF BUDDHIST COSMOLOGY IN THE TUVAN LANGUAGE
Saaya Oyumaa Maadyr-oolovna
364-371Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE STRUCTURE AND CONTENT OF THE MACRO-CONCEPT "ANGARA BASIN RESIDENTS" (BY THE MATERIAL OF ORAL STORIES OF THE RESIDENTS OF THE NORTH ANGARA RIVER BASIN)
Smirnov Evgenii Sergeevich
371-374Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
ON MECHANISMS OF DENOTATION REPRESENTATION IN THE RIDDLE
Faizullina Nailya Ivanovna
375-378Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE SPECIFICITY OF USING THE MILITARY METAPHOR IN SPORTS DISCOURSE
Fedotova Nataliya Vladimirovna
378-383Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
NAMES OF FAMILY MEMBERS IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE BRITISH AND RUSSIAN SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL TERMS
Lopatina Elena Valentinovna
329-333Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
LINGUO-CULTUROLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF PAROEMIAS WITH THE COMPONENT-ORNITHONYM IN THE DESCRIPTION OF HUMAN APPEARANCE
Li Wenrui
326-329Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
LITERARY LANGUAGE AS THE BASIS OF SPEECH CULTURE
Levchaeva Nadezhda Vasil'evna
322-326Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE ANALYSIS OF PROBLEMS OF UNIVERSALISM IN LINGUISTICS
Kargina Elena Mikhailovna
320-322Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF STRATEGIES AND TACTICS OF VERBAL IMPACT IN MODERN EDUCATIONAL DISCOURSE
Kazantseva Elena Anatol'evna
317-319Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
B. SHERGIN’S EPIDICTIC TALES: LINGUO-STYLISTIC ASPECT
Degtyareva Vergiliya Stanislavovna
309-311Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
STAGES OF TRANSLATION ACTIVITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE SAKHA REPUBLIC (YAKUTIA) (BY THE MATERIAL OF FOLKLORIC TEXTS, TRANSLATED FICTION IN THE CONTEXT OF HISTORICAL COVERAGE)
Efremova Nadezhda Anatol'evna, Varlamova Anna-Saidyyna Vasil'evna, Rozhina Izabella Vasil'evna, Feoktistov Semen Panteleimonovich
312-317Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE PROBLEM OF ADEQUACY OF LITERARY TEXT TRANSLATION AND PRESERVATION OF WRITER’S IDIOSTYLE (BY THE MATERIAL OF TRANSLATION OF A. S. PUSHKIN’S "THE CAPTAIN’S DAUGHTER" INTO THE LEZGHIAN LANGUAGE, PERFORMED BY M. M. GADZHIEV)
Gadzhieva Nargilya Azadievna, Akhmedova Patimat Nasrullaevna
305-308Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
DISCOURSE-ANALYSIS OF THE COMMUNICATIVE INFLUENCE OF D. TRUMP’S ELECTION SPEECH
Valiakhmetova El'vira Kamilovna
297-299Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
NOUNS IDENTITY / ÈÄÅÍÒÈ×ÍÎÑÒÜ: ETHNO-SEMIOMETRIC ASPECT
Vostrikova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
299-304Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
COOPERATIVE AND NON-COOPERATIVE DRIVERS IN SPEECH
Bukin Aleksandr Sergeevich
294-296Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
IMPLEMENTATION OF KEY CONCEPTS OF LEGAL DISCOURSE IN TEXTS OF THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE MEDIA (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE CONCEPTS LAW AND RIGHT)
Britvina Kristina Vasil'evna
290-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE PECULIARITIES OF THE RUSSIAN SPEECH ETIQUETTE OF THE XX CENTURY
Batalov Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, Ogurechnikova Nataliya L'vovna
285-290Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE REAL AND THE VIRTUAL IN NOMINATION OF CONTINENTAL FAUNA OF THE ANIMAL WORLD
Baltachev Vladimir Gennad'evich
282-285Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
SEMANTIC STRUCTURE OF THE ADJECTIVES "NUMB", "COOL", "COLD", "FROZEN" IN THE RUSSIAN AND AZERBAIJANI LANGUAGES
Amrakhova Ainur Eldanizovna
277-281Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE GERMAN DISCURSIVE PARTICLES IN THE STRUCTURE OF MODALITY FIELD
Averina Anna Viktorovna, Ivanov Vladimir Dmitrievich
274-277Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF REPRESENTING THE LIGHT PHENOMENON IN THE LANGUAGE AND METHODS TO IDENTIFY THE COMPONENTS OF THE CONCEPT "LUMINESCENCE" (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH VERBS)
Avdeeva Mariya Denisovna
265-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
MODAL VERBS OF GERMAN AS A PHENOMENON OF THE MAIN CLAUSE
Averina Anna Viktorovna
270-273Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
ON THE FORMATION OF MUSICAL COMEDY GENRE IN THE KABARDINO-CIRCASSIAN DRAMA
Abazov Al'bek Chamirovich, Bakova Madina Muaedovna, Astezheva Aishat Maevna
223-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
IDEA FOUNDATION AND COMMUNICATIVE EMBODIMENT OF THE GREENS IDEOLOGY
Vvedenskaya Ol'ga Vyacheslavovna
226-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
IDEA-THEMATIC AND LITERARY FEATURES OF SONG LYRICS BY RAVIL BIKBAEV
Dautova Roza Akhmetovna
229-232Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
STUDYING RUSSIAN NETWORK LITERATURE BY FOLKLORISTIC METHODS: PROBLEM FORMULATION
Kim Lidiya Rodionovna
232-236Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
JESTER’S IMAGE IN THE POEM "THE CAP AND BELLS" BY W. B. YEATS
Markova Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
236-239Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
FEMALE IMAGES IN "NORTHLAND STORIES" BY JACK LONDON
Sosnina Marina Aleksandrovna
239-243Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
CENSORSHIP AND I. V. VERNADSKY’S "ECONOMICHESKIY UKAZATEL" ("ECONOMIC GUIDE") OF 1857-1861
Surnina Irina Aleksandrovna
244-249Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
SIGNS OF DEHUMANIZATION IN THE WORKS OF A. MAKOEV (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ANALYSIS OF THE STORY "THE MOON BOYS")
Khakuasheva Madina Andreevna, Borova Asiyat Ruslanovna
249-252Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
AREAL OF DISTRIBUTION OF THE BASHKIR MYTHOLOGICAL BAIT "SAK-SOK" AND ITS FEATURES
Khanova Gul'naz Salim'yanovna
252-258Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE YOUTH INTERNET JOURNALISM IN VIETNAM
Ho Thanh Tung
258-261Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF V. PELEVIN’s POSTMODERNIST PROSe OF THE 1990s: SOME OBSERVATIONS
Yan Meiping
261-264Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
TRANSLATION PURPOSES: ATTEMPT AT TYPOLOGY. LEGAL TRANSLATION AND OTHER TYPES OF TRANSLATION
Shlepnev Dmitrii Nikolaevich
398-401Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
TECHNIQUES OF VERBAL MANIPULATION IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE SPORTS DISCOURSE
Tsybina Larisa Viktorovna, Leshchenko Galina Vladimirovna
395-397Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
PERSUASION: THE SPECIFICITY OF THE PHENOMENON IN SOME TYPES OF INSTITUTIONAL DISCOURSE
Khutyz Irina Pavlovna, Kolchevskaya Valeriya Alekseevna
391-394Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF RENDERING VARIOUS PHENOMENA IN PROVERBS OF THE ENGLISH, RUSSIAN AND TATAR LANGUAGES
Khakimzyanova Diana Faridovna, Eremeeva Guzel' Rinatovna
388-390Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
NAMES OF SPACE OBJECTS IN THE DICTIONARY "ÄÈÂÀÍÓ ËÞÃÀÒ ÈÒ-ÒÞÐÊ" BY M. KASHGARI
Khazieva Aigul' Akhsanovna
383-387Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 2
LEGAL DISCOURSE FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE INTERPRETER: WORKING TRANSLATION TYPOLOGY
Shlepnev Dmitrii Nikolaevich
185-188Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DESTRUCTIVENESS CATEGORY IN THE PRE-ELECTION SPEECH OF HILLARY CLINTON
Fedorova Klavdiya Ivanovna, Nikolaeva Sardana Valer'evna
179-181Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
MORPHOLOGICAL CATEGORIES OF NUMBER AND CASE OF NOUNS IN THE ASPECT OF AESTHETIC CATEGORIES REPRESENTATION
Zhang Xinxin
182-185Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
MODERN FOOTBALL TERMINOLOGY OF THE FRENCH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES: ANALYSIS OF THE MAIN SOURCES OF FORMATION
Terpelets Zhanna Al'fredovna, Osadchaya Valeriya Petrovna, Sharikova Fatimet Nikolaevna
173-179Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
PSYCHOLINGUISTIC STUDIES OF THE WORLD IMAGE
Terentii Liviu Mikhailovich
170-173Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
REPRESENTATION OF LIVESTOCK ACTIVITY IN TATAR PROVERBS AND SAYINGS
Sungatov Gafur Masgutovich, Zavgarova Fanzilya Khakimovna, Battalova Alsu Damirovna
167-169Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
LEXICAL MEANS OF REPRESENTATION OF SOCIO-POLITICAL PROBLEMS IN THE GERMAN MUSICAL TEXTS
Sobolev Igor' Dmitrievich
163-166Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
FEATURES OF ONOMATOPOEIC DERIVATIONAL STEMS IN THE FRENCH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Slastnikova Tamara Vasil'evna, Daineko Anastasiya Yur'evna
160-163Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
COORDINATIVE CHAIN AS A SYNTACTIC CONTEXT OF ABSOLUTIVE USE OF THE TRANSITIVE VERB
Sigal Kirill Yakovlevich
157-160Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER OF THE PERSIAN VOCABULARY IN THE BASHKIR LANGUAGE
Sayafi Rostam Muratovich
154-157Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
PECULIARITIES OF THE ENGLISH PRESS SYNTAX IN THE DIACHRONIC ASPECT (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ECONOMIST MAGAZINE)
Samigullina Liliya Zakarievna, Khakimova Alina Il'dusovna, Minnulina Al'fiya Rinatovna
151-154Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
ACTUAL DIVISION OF THE ARABIC AND RUSSIAN NEWSPAPER HEADING
Sabinina Elena Aleksandrovna
148-151Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE WAYS OF TRANSLATING REALIA IN THE NOVEL "DIVERGENT" BY V. ROTH
Rakhimbirdieva Il'mira Mukharyamovna, Singatullova Aliya Amirovna, Vershinina Anastasiya Olegovna
139-143Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN LINGUISTICS: PHONOLOGY
Rogoznaya Nina Nikolaevna, Khlamov Evgenii Vladimirovich
144-147Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
A LETTER TO THE EDITOR: INVARIANT AND VARIANT GENRE FEATURES
Rabenko Tat'yana Gennad'evna
136-139Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE EFFICIENCY OF COMMERCIAL NOMINATION: PSYCHO-LINGUISTIC ASPECT
Moiseeva Irina Yur'evna, Kholkina Alena Antonovna
128-130Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
IDENTIFYING PAROEMIAS WITH THE LEXEME "STONE" IN TEXTS OF THE RUSSIAN NATIONAL CORPUS
Potapova Natal'ya Aleksandrovna
131-135Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
FUNCTIONING OF PLUS-QUE-PARFAIT AND PASS? ANT?RIEUR IN THE FRENCH LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE TEXTS OF THE XVIII-XIX CENTURIES)
Matveeva Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
123-127Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE NOTION "LINGUISTIC LACUNA" IN MODERN LINGUISTICS (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE SLAVONIC AND ROMANO-GERMANIC LANGUAGES)
Manukovskaya Tat'yana Vasil'evna, Smotrova Irina Vladimirovna, Slozhenitsyna Larisa Viktorovna
120-123Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
EVALUATION OF THE HARMONY OF TRANSLATION OF R. DAVLYETYAROV’S FILM "THE DAWNS HERE ARE QUIET" INTO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Mamonova Elena Yur'evna, Zalazaeva Mariya Aleksandrovna
117-119Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
LINGUISTICS OF PUBLIC SIGNS: TERMINOLOGY, DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATIONS
Liu Lifen
113-116Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
P. A. VYAZEMSKY’S POEM "PALESTINE" IN THE CONTEXT OF SPIRITUAL AND AESTHETIC QUESTS OF LITERATURE OF THE MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
Aleksandrova-Osokina Ol'ga Nikolaevna
9-12Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
KONSTANTIN BALMONT AND IVAN ARBITA: ON THE PROBLEM OF SELF-IDENTIFICATION
Arkhipova Elena Afanas'evna, Grigor'eva Lyudmila Pavlovna
12-16Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
DIALOGUENESS OF A WORK OF FICTION (BASED ON THE NOVEL "THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT’S WOMAN" BY JOHN FOWLES)
Belova Ekaterina Evgen'evna, Minasyan Vika Arkadevna
17-20Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
LEXICAL AND SPEECH CHARACTERISTICS OF L. N. TOLSTOY’S EARLY PROSE
Borova Asiyat Ruslanovna, Ali Ismail Amir Adam
20-23Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE LONELINESS OF THE CREATIVE PERSONALITY IN THE NOVEL "WHAT I LOVED" BY SIRI HUSTVEDT
Vafina Alsu Khadievna, Gruzdeva Elena Aleksandrovna, Safina Al'bina Ramilevna
23-26Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
ISSUES OF LEGAL PROCEEDING IN F. M. DOSTOYEVSKY’S LITERARY TEXTS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE NOVELS "CRIME AND PUNISHMENT", "THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV")
Izyumskaya Svetlana Sergeevna
26-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
REPRESENTATION OF FOREIGN POLICY EVENTS IN THE PAGES OF ARMAVIR NEWSPAPER "OTKLIKI KAVKAZA" ("CAUCASIAN VOICES") BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR (1909-1914): ON THE PROBLEM OF INFORMATION POLICY SPECIFICITY OF THE NEWSPAPER
Krizhanovskii Nikolai Igorevich
30-34Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
AESTHETICS OF RUINS AND ARCHITECTURAL IMAGES IN THE CREATIVITY OF F.-R. DE CHATEAUBRIAND
Nuzhnaya Tat'yana Vladimirovna
35-38Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
O. MANDELSHTAM’S POEM "HE WHO FOUND A HORSESHOE" IN HISTORY OF GENRES
Reinbakh Ol'ga Evgen'evna
38-40Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
"INDIAN" SILSILA OF SHEIKHS FROM KIIKOV DYNASTY AND INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS OF BASHKIR INTELLECTUALS IN THE XIX CENTURY
Saitbattalov Iskander Rasulevich
41-44Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
SPECIFICITY OF AUTHOR’S AND TV DOCUMENTARY FILMS
Stepanyan Aik Vaganovich
44-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE DEPENDENCE OF FUNCTIONS OF TERMS AND TERMINOLOGICAL WORD COMBINATIONS WITH THE TRANSPOSED MEANING ON THE CONTEXT
Aleksandrova Galina Nikolaevna, Belyakova Ol'ga Vladimirovna
47-50Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
ON FIGURATIVE SPEECH UNITS IN THE ARTICLE "KOVALENKO VS BELIKOV" BY M. EPSTEIN
Barbazyuk Vera Yur'evna
50-53Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
STATISTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SPEECH FORMULAS OF POLITE EXCUSE IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Bochkarev Arsentii Igorevich, Pepelyaeva Mariya Alekseevna, Skvortsova Elena Borisovna
53-58Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
FORMATION OF STYLISTIC COMPENSATION TECHNIQUE IN WHISPER INTERPRETING (CHOUCHOUTAGE)
V'yunova Ekaterina Kirillovna, Petrova Elena Serafimovna
58-62Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE STYLISTIC COMPONENT OF CONNOTATION OF OCCASIONALISMS (BY THE MATERIAL OF MODERN ENGLISH LITERARY WORKS)
Gilyazeva Emma Nikolaevna, Vil'danova El'mira Minekasimovna
63-66Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
LEXICAL COMPRESSION IN FRENCH ADVERTISING TEXTS
Girina Yuliya Vladislavovna, Lar'kina Anna Aleksandrovna, Musinova Tat'yana Valer'evna
66-70Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
ARCTIC NAVIGATION VOCABULARY AS A GENRE-FORMATIVE FACTOR IN B. SHERGIN’S TALES
Degtyareva Vergiliya Stanislavovna
71-73Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
NATIONAL-CULTURAL SPECIFICITY OF GREETINGS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE OSSETIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES)
Dzakhova Veronika Tambievna, Balikoeva Marta Ibragimovna
74-77Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
ON THE PROBLEM OF CALQUING IN THE SPANISH COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY
Ivlieva Elena Alekseevna
77-80Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
METAPHORS IN TRANSLATIONS OF RUSSIAN POETRY OF THE XIX CENTURY IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE
Kirillova Zoya Nikolaevna, Fakhrieva Leilya Khambalevna
80-83Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
EVALUATIVENESS IN MASS MEDIA DISCOURSE
Komissarova Natal'ya Grigor'evna, Yakupova Dilyara Rinatovna
83-87Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
METAPHORICAL REPRESENTATION OF INFORMATIONAL EVENT "SPORT IN RUSSIA" IN BRITISH MASS MEDIA
Kotsyubinskaya Lyubov' Vyacheslavovna
87-90Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
MODERN ENGLISH IN AUSTRALASIA: LINGUO-CULTURAL FEATURES AND PROSPECTS FOR DEVELOPMENT
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90-93Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE PHENOMENON OF SILENCE IN TERMS OF LITERARY TEXT INTERPRETATION
Kretova Anna Mikhailovna
93-96Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
LINGUISTIC PECULIARITIES OF REALIZATION OF THE BINARY OPPOSITION "HAPPINESS / UNHAPPINESS" IN THE FRENCH PHRASEOLOGY
Kurguzenkova Zhanna Vyacheslavovna
96-99Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
TEXT-FORMATIVE ROLE OF THE CONSTRUCTION ÅÑËÈ ÃÎÂÎÐÈÒÜ Î..., ÒÎ... / "AS FAR AS (SOMETHING) IS CONCERNED..."
Lapynina Nadezhda Nikolaevna
99-103Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
COMMUNICATIVE QUALITIES OF SPEECH AND THEIR SYSTEMIC RELATIONSHIPS
Levchaeva Nadezhda Vasil'evna
103-106Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
LINGUO-STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE RUSSIAN INTERPRETATIONS OF L. CARROLL’S "THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK"
Litvinova Vera Mikhailovna
107-110Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
THE TITLE AS AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF A PARATEXT AND THE SPECIFICITY OF ITS TRANSLATION
Likhodkina Irina Aleksandrovna
110-113Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 2. Part 1
INTERPRETATION OF ANTIQUE MYTH IN R. MERLE’S PLAYS "SISYPHUS AND DEATH" AND "NEW SISYPHUS"
Anokhina Anna Valentinovna
427-431Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
THE PRINT MEDIA ROLE IN ETHNIC IDENTIFICATION OF BASHKORTOSTAN’S ETHNIC GROUPS
Akhmet'yanova Nailya Akhmadullovna
432-436Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
ARTISTIC CONCEPTION OF A PERSONALITY IN L. A. SYCHEVA’S STORY "GIRLS, BOYS..."
Balayan Ilona Levonovna
436-441Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
TWO VERSIONS OF ERNEST HEMINGWAY’S CREATIVITY INTERPRETATION IN ANDREI PLATONOV’S LITERARY CRITICISM
Evdokimov Aleksandr Viktorovich
441-444Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
RECEPTION OF TWO THEATRICAL SCANDALS (THE FIRST PERFORMANCE OF "THE SEAGULL" ON THE STAGE OF ALEXANDRINSKY THEATRE AND THE FIRST PERFORMANCE OF "BEFORE SUNRISE" ON "THE FREE STAGE" IN BERLIN)
Kiseleva Anna Sergeevna
445-448Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
CARNIVALIZATION OF RELATIONS "TEACHER-STUDENT" IN THE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE CHILDREN’S POEMS ABOUT SCHOOL
Pakhomova Marina Aleksandrovna
448-458Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
SPIRITUAL VERSES ON EVANGELIC STORIES IN UPPER VYCHEGDA PEASANTS’ MANUSCRIPT TRADITION
Prokuratova Ekaterina Vladimirovna
458-461Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
PENANCE THEME IN "ASCETIC SERMON" BY SAINT IGNATIUS (BRYANCHANINOV)
Titkova Natal'ya Evgenievna
462-466Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
IMAGE OF RUSSIA IN M. YU. LERMONTOV’S NOVEL "VADIM" IN THE CONTEXT OF I. A. ILYIN’S PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS
Shevtsova Larisa Ivanovna, Egorova Mariya Anatol’evna
466-469Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
RESEARCH ON THE RUSSIAN POETRY IN CHINA IN THE ÕÕI CENTURY
Yu Shuangyan
470-473Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
GENDER RELATIONS IN THE ENGLISH AND LAK LINGUO-CULTURES (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE ENGLISH AND LAK PAROEMIAS)
Abakarova Mariana Akhmedovna
474-477Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
PHONO-STRUCTURAL AND INTONATION PECULIARITIES OF VISUAL PERCEPTION VERBS IN THE YAKUT AND KIRGHIZ LANGUAGES
Argunova Kyunnei Viktorovna, Sorova Irina Nikolaevna
478-482Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
MEANS OF CREATING IMAGES IN L. PETRUSHEVSKAYA’S DRAMATURGY
Bil’ Ol’ga Nikolaevna, Turanina Nenila Al’fredovna, Zamanova Irina Fedoseevna
483-486Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
GENDER-ORIENTED STATEMENTS WITH IMPLICITLY EXPRESSED MEANINGS ABOUT REPRESENTATIVES OF THE OPPOSITE GENDER IDENTITY IN FEMALE CHARACTERS’ DIRECT SPEECH (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN WOMEN’S PROSE)
Vakhrameeva Anna Sergeevna, V’yunova Ekaterina Kirillovna, Petrova Elena Serafimovna
487-490Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
TYPICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE PROFESSIONAL GERMAN LANGUAGE
Volokhova Vera Vasil'evna, Karelova Dina Gennad'evna
491-495Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
STRATEGIES OF INAUTHENTIC SPEECH AGGRESSION IN VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT
Gabdrafikova Tamara Shamilevna
496-499Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
RELATIVE ADJECTIVES REPLENISHMENT IN THE TATAR LANGUAGE: NEW UNITS WITH THE AFFIX -×ÛË/-×ÅË
Galieva Al’fiya Makarimovna
499-504Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
INSINCERITY INTERPRETATION IN COLLECTIVE COGNITION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE)
Gartung Stella Rudol’fovna
504-508Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
PRAGMATICS OF APHORISM IN COORDINATES OF FICTION TEXT PRECEDENCE
Goryacheva Elena Dmitrievna
509-512Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES AND TACTICS IN THE ASPECT OF THE CULTUROLOGICAL PARAMETER "DISTANCE OF POWER"
Dutova Natal’ya Valer’evna
513-525Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
ENGLISH-LANGUAGE IDIOMATIC COMBINATIONS IN THE ECONOMIC MEDIA DISCOURSE
Kalugina Ol’ga Anatol’evna
525-529Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
SENSE OF SHAME AS A REGULATOR OF HUMAN’S SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (BY THE MATERIAL OF M. M. PRISHVIN’S NOVEL "THE CHAIN OF KASHCHEY")
Karaseva Elena Vladimirovna
529-532Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
SPEECH MASKS USE IN THE ENGLISH PHATIC COMMUNICATION
Kondrashova (Koz'mina) Vera Nikolaevna
533-536Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
CULTURAL IMPORTANCE OF A. REYHER’S LATIN-GERMAN DICTIONARY (1686) AND MATERIAL VALUE OF ITS AVAILABLE COPIES
Korostelev Sergei Pavlovich
536-546Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
BORDERS OF SILENCE IN COMMUNICATION
Kretova Anna Mikhailovna
547-550Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
WAYS OF ANTI-PROVERBS FORMATION IN THE TURKISH LANGUAGE
Larionova Evgeniya Ivanovna
551-556Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
COMMUNICATIVE TACTICS OF REFUSAL TO ANSWER AND CONVERSATIONAL MOVES OF ITS IMPLEMENTATION
Li Qin
557-560Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
ADJECTIVE COMPOSITION IN THE ENGLISH CUSTOMS TERMINOLOGY
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560-564Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
ATTEMPT OF COMPILING A TOPONYMIC DICTIONARY OF SOUTH YAKUTIA
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564-568Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
HASHTAG TEXT AS A NEW TEXT FORMAT IN THE INTERNET SPACE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE SOCIAL NETWORK "INSTAGRAM")
Navoloka Yuliya Sergeevna
568-573Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
PHENOMENON OF "APPLE" PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS IN THE ENGLISH, FRENCH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
Nikolaeva Marina Nikolaevna, Balabas Natal’ya Nikolaevna
573-579Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
THE CONCEPT ÏÓÒÜ-ÄÎÐÎÃÀ (WAY) AS AN EQUIVALENT OF THE CONCEPT ÈÑÏÛÒÀÍÈÅ (TEST) IN THE CONCEPTUAL SPHERE OF THE FOLK FAIRY TALE
Ostrovskaya Kseniya Zurabovna
579-583Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
FRAME-BASED MODELLING OF LEXICAL-WORD-FORMATIVE CLUSTERS WITH THE TOPS EYE, NOSE, MOUTH, EAR
Ponomareva Ekaterina Aleksandrovna
584-589Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
FORMATION OF INTEGRITY OF THE SITE TEXT SPACE
Ryanskaya El’vira Konstantinovna, Savelova Yuliya Konstantinovna
589-593Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
POMOLOGICAL PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS: THE WORLD OF FRUITS AND BERRIES THROUGH THE LENSES OF THE FRENCH NATIONAL PHRASEOLOGY
Skorobogatova Taisiya Ivanovna, Suraleva Ol'ga Yur'evna
594-598Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
FIGURATIVE SYSTEM’S FEATURES IN A. C. SWINBURNE’S LATE LYRICS: COMBINATORICS OF METAPHORIC MODEL’S CONCEPTUAL FEATURES
Tishina Anna Evgen’evna
598-603Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
PERIODIC CONSTRUCTIONS IN FICTION TEXT AS MARKERS OF LINGUISTIC CONSCIOUSNESS
Trubkina Anna Ivanovna
603-607Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
SEMANTICS OF THE GERMAN VERBS OF HEARING
Khantimirov Spartak Mubarakshevich
607-611Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
ANALYTICAL SURVEY OF FOREIGN AND RUSSIAN TRANSLATIONS OF THE BIBLICAL NAME OF GOD YAHWEH
Shukurov Dmitry Leonidovich
611-614Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 3
FOLKLORE HERITAGE OF MULTINATIONAL DAGESTAN (ON PUBLICATIONS OF FOLKLORE MONUMENTS CORPORA)
Alieva Fatima Abdulovna, Mukhamedova Fatyma Khamzaevna, Gasharova Aida Ruslanovna
219-222Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
LAMA’S IMAGE PECULIARITIES IN THE BURYAT GESARIADA
Ayusheeva Erzhena Bairovna
222-225Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
RECEPTION OF THE NOVEL "THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN" BY THOMAS MANN IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN LITERATURE
Belyakov Dmitrii Aleksandrovich
226-229Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
PROBLEM-THEMATIC ORIGINALITY OF I. KANUKOV’S ESSAYS
Valieva Tat’yana Iosifovna
230-233Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
THE JAPANESE FEAST TRADITIONS IN V. M. GOLOVNIN’S BOOK "MEMOIRS OF A CAPTIVITY IN JAPAN DURING THE YEARS 1811, 1812 AND 1813 WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE COUNTRY AND THE PEOPLE"
Vereshchagina Kseniya Andreevna
233-237Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
FAMILY SAGA BY MA?GORZATA MUSIEROWICZ
Guseva Ol'ga Valer'evna
237-240Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECT OF THE STORY "DARK ALLEYS" BY I. A. BUNIN
Liu Ziyuan
241-244Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
MOTIVE OF LAUGHING/CRYING IN THE BURYAT HEROIC EPOS
Nikolaeva Natal'ya Nikitichna, Dampilova Lyudmila Sanzhiboevna
244-248Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
POETICS OF ZULFU LIVANELI’S FICTION
Repenkova Mariya Mikhailovna
248-254Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
URYZMAG AND SATANA CYCLE IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE OSSETIAN EPOS
Khanaeva Zarina Kaurbekovna
255-258Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
METHOD OF EXPRESSING NATIONAL "WE"-CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE NOVEL "THE BUDDHA IN THE ATTIC" BY J. OTSUKA
Khovanskaya Ekaterina Sergeevna, Prachenko Oksana Vladimirovna, Maklakov Ivan Aleksandrovich
259-262Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
ISSUES OF THE RUSSIAN-BASHKIR RELATIONS IN BATYRSHA ALIEV’S LETTER TO EMPRESS ELIZAVETA PETROVNA
Huzhahmetov Ainur Oskarovich, Usmanov Rinat Shamilevich
263-266Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND GENRE DIVERSITY OF THE MODERN CHUVASH PROSE
Chekushkina Elena Petrovna
266-269Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
PECULIARITIES OF USING THE INFINITIVE IN MEDICATION INSTRUCTIONS (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)
Biryukova Evgeniya Viktorovna, Mukhortova Irina Igorevna
270-274Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
DICTATION TEXT AS A SECONDARY ONE: FEATURES OF THE ORIGINAL TRANSFORMATION AT THE DERIVATIONAL LEVEL
Budanova Svetlana Gennad’evna
274-277Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
ETHNO-LINGUISTIC SYMBOLS OF THE KABARDIAN-CIRCASSIAN PHRASEOLOGY
Vorokova Nadezhda Umarovna, Sherieva Nina Gumarovna
278-281Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
PRECEDENT PHENOMENA FUNCTIONING IN THE MODERN ENGLISH NEWS ARTICLES
Golutvina Anastasiya Vital’evna, Babina Lyudmila Vladimirovna
282-285Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
SPECIFICITY OF FIGURATIVE PERCEPTION OF SUCH HUMAN PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTIC AS SLENDERNESS
Guketlova Fatima Nashirovna, Sherieva Nina Gumarovna, Berbekova Fatima Arturovna
286-290Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
INFLUENCE OF LEXIS TERMINOLOGICAL PART ON THE LITERARY GERMAN LANGUAGE (BY THE MATERIAL OF ORE MINING VOCABULARY)
Gulyaeva Tat'yana Petrovna, Steshina Elena Gennad'evna
290-294Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
STARTLING NATURE OF THE MODERN MEDIA-DISCOURSE LANGUAGE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF TWITTER-REPORTAGES)
Zavadskaya Anastasiya Viktorovna
294-298Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
CENSURE CONCEPT IN THE FRENCH PHRASEOLOGY: COMMUNICATIVE AND PRAGMATIC POTENTIAL
Zalavina Tat'yana Yur'evna, Dubskikh Angelina Ivanovna, Butova Anna Vladimirovna
298-302Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
TRANSLATION STRATEGY WORKING-OUT AS ITS ADEQUACY GUARANTEE
Ivleva Alina Yur’evna, Poletaeva Elena Denisovna
302-305Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
PROBLEMS OF PUBLICATION OF CHEMISTRY ARTICLES IN TRANSLATION IN ENGLISH-LANGUAGE SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS
Islamov Roman Sergeevich
306-309Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
LINGUISTIC REPRESENTATION OF MNEMONIC PROCESSES: TEMPORAL ASPECT
Iskhakova Rita Fanisovna
310-313Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
COGNITIVE BASES OF POLYDISCURSIVITY IN THE INTERNET MEMES
Kanashina Svetlana Valerievna
313-317Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
SEMANTIC REALIZATION OF THE CONCEPTS ÑÅÌÜß / FAMILY AND ÄÎÌ / HOUSE IN THE ALTAI RUSSIAN EPIC
Kapustina Evgeniya Aleksandrovna, Stenina Viktoriya Fedorovna
318-323Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
LINGUOCULTUROLOGICAL CONTENT OF THE CONCEPT ÑÅÌÜß / FAMILY IN THE WORLDVIEWS OF THE GREAT ALTAI PEOPLES (ACCORDING TO CLOZE-TESTING DATA)
Karagodin Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, Karagodina Inna Andreevna
324-328Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
ASSIMILATION OF THE LOANWORD "HELLBOY" WITH THE GENDER COMPONENT "BOY" IN THE ORAL-SPONTANEOUS RUSSIAN DISCOURSE OF THE RUSSIAN BILINGUALS
Karaulova Amina Danilovna
328-332Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
THE ENGLISH VERB VOICE AND ITS FATE IN THE ENGLISH PIDGINS AND CREOLES
Kindt Ol’ga Viktorovna, Krylova Irina Aleksandrovna
332-336Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
AUTHOR’S STRATEGY TO SUBJECTIFY READER’S ATTITUDE IN THE ENGLISH LITERARY XENO-NARRATIVE COMMUNICATION
Mikalauskaite Elizaveta Yuliponasovna
336-340Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
PERIPHRASTIC NAMES AS AN OBJECT OF LINGUOCULTUROLOGY (BY THE EXAMPLE OF THE TOPONYM "SAINT PETERSBURG" IN THE RUSSIAN AND CHINESE LANGUAGES)
Mijiti Feilina
340-344Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
HOMELAND CONCEPT IN V. K. KUCHELBECKER’S ARTISTIC WORLDVIEW
Morozova Nadezhda Sergeevna, Petrova Snezhanna Olegovna
344-349Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
SPACE CATEGORIZATION IN ROBERT BROWNING’S INDIVIDUAL STYLE
Nikolaeva Tat'yana Vladimirovna
349-354Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
SEMANTIC TYPOLOGY OF PREVENTIVE STATEMENTS IN THE KHANTY LANGUAGE
Onina Sof'ya Vladimirovna
354-362Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
ROBERT SOUTHEY’S INDIVIDUAL STYLE EVOLUTION (BY THE MATERIAL OF POEMS)
Popova Vera Vladimirovna
362-367Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
SELF-ORGANIZATION OF PUBLIC SPEECH FUNCTIONAL SPACE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE AMERICAN IDENTITY
Radyuk Aleksandra Vladimirovna, Litvinov Aleksandr Viktorovich
367-371Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
NON-CATEGORICITY IN TECHNICAL SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES
Rutskaya Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Zvyagina Valentina Vladimirovna
371-375Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
PHONETIC INTERFERENCE IN THE TUVAN LANGUAGE
Saaya Oyumaa Maadyr-oolovna
376-381Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
TECHNOLOGIES PERTAINING TO THE HUMANITIES IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Severina Elena Mikhailovna
381-385Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
LINGUOCULTURAL FACTORS AND ASPECTS OF INDIVIDUAL AND GENERAL CULTURAL CONTRAST IN THE PROCESS OF ANGLICISMS ADAPTATION IN THE MODERN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Sidorenko Stanislav Gennad’evich, Strogina Yuliya Andreevna
385-389Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
MULTICOMPONENT WORD COMBINATIONS IN AVIATION ENGLISH
Stolbovskaya Margarita Anatol'evna
389-393Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
WAYS TO TRANSFER THE MEANINGS OF THE OLD ENGLISH VERB M?TAN IN V. TIKHOMIROV’S TRANSLATION OF THE "BEOWULF" EPIC POEM (PRAGMA-LINGUISTIC AND TRANSLATION ASPECTS)
Zvinaria Marina Evgen'evna
393-397Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
"HEALTH" ASPECT IN REPRESENTATION OF GRANDMOTHER CONCEPT IN THE RUSSIAN PRECEDENT TEXTS OF HUMOROUS GENRES
Shipovskaya Anna Anatol’evna, Boltneva Nataliya Alekseevna, Tishkina Irina Aleksandrovna
397-402Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
COMMUNICATION PASSPORT OF THE LINGUOCULTURAL TYPE "ASTRAKHAN NATIVE SPEAKERS OF THE NOGAI AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES OF YOUNG GENERATION"
Shcheglova Inna Vladimirovna
402-406Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 2
VARIATIVE MODELS OF ACTANTIAL CLASS ADDRESSER VS ADDRESSEE IN ARSENY TARKOVSKY’S LYRICS
Bokoveli Ol'ga Sergeevna
9-13Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
PECULIARITIES OF TRANSLATOR’S INTERPRETATION OF FLORA IMAGES BY A. M. FINKEL WHEN REPRODUCING THE BEAUTY THEME IN SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS
Budyanskaya Nadezhda Viktorovna
14-18Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
ORIGINALITY OF OEDIPUS’ IMAGE IN FRANZ F?HMANN’S POST-WAR PROSE
Volkova Viktoriya Borisovna, Abramzon Tat’yana Evgen’evna, Skvortsova Mariya L’vovna
18-22Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
BYLICHKA GENRE IN A. N. TOLSTOY’S CYCLE "MERMAID TALES"
Golovko Varvara Andreevna, Zhirkova Evgeniya Alekseevna, Svitenko Natal'ya Vyacheslavovna
23-26Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
HISTORIOSOPHY OF I. EFIMOV’S CREATIVITY
Kolyadich Tat’yana Mikhailovna, Samarova Ekaterina Andreevna
26-30Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
TRADITION OF THE BANGSAWAN THEATRE AND ARTISTIC PECULIARITIES OF THE MALAYSIAN DRAMATURGY OF THE MIDDLE OF THE XX CENTURY (BY THE MATERIAL OF SHAHAROM HUSAIN’S PLAYS)
Kukushkina Evgeniya Sergeevna
31-36Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
IDEA OF PERSONALITY’S ROLE IN D. A. GRANIN’S CONCEPTION OF HISTORY (BASED ON THE NOVEL "EVENINGS WITH PETER THE GREAT")
Lobin Aleksandr Mikhailovich
37-41Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
COLOUR SYMBOLISM AS A PECULIARITY OF WORKING WITH THE SCREEN VERSIONS OF F. M. DOSTOEVSKY’S, A. P. PLATONOV’S, I. S. SHMELYOV’S FICTION (BY THE EXAMPLE OF A. K. PETROV’S ANIMATED CARTOONS)
Makhno Ol'ga Andreevna
41-46Philology. Theory & Practice
2018. ¹ 12. Part 1
RIDDLE GENRE IN BAGAUTDIN ASTEMIROV’S WORK (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE BOOK COLLECTION "WHO KNOWS?")
Murtazaliev Akhmed Magomedovich, Khadz