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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 12. Part 3. P. 496-499.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Gabdrafikova Tamara Shamilevna
Moscow City University

Submitted: 14.10.2018
Abstract. The article deals with the problem of inauthentic speech aggression as one of the forms of accepted verbal behaviour in computer-mediated communication. Inauthentic speech aggression refers to a type of antagonistic verbal behaviour, which, however, does not offend the addressee. Analysing discussion topics from the German-language imageboard , the author identifies the communicative strategies that are used by the communicants to express the sense of solidarity, which is achieved through the expression of negative attitude towards a phenomenon or a person.
Key words and phrases: речевая агрессия, неаутентичная речевая агрессия, речевое поведение, коммуникативные стратегии, компьютерно-опосредованная коммуникация, speech aggression, inauthentic speech aggression, verbal behaviour, communicative strategies, computer-mediated communication
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