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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 9. Part 2. P. 121-126.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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Mikhailova Alla Vasil'evna
Stavropol' State Agrarian University

Abstract. Terms and professionalisms with a semantic component of "money" serve to verbalize the qualitative, quantitative, and functional characteristics of money that are formed in the modern system of financial-economic relations and representing the structure of stereotypical events of the world of economy. The method of conceptual categorization of financial-economic terminological vocabulary with taking into account the factor of extra-linguistic knowledge allows the author not only to organize this class of lexical units into a semantic network, but also to reveal the cognitive bases of the semantic representation of the conceptual sphere "Money".
Key words and phrases: концептосфера "Money", термины и профессионализмы финансово-экономического дискурса, семантическая репрезентация, дифференцирующие когнитивно-семантические параметры, семантический "паттерн", концептуальная категоризация, семантическая сеть, conceptual sp.
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