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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2019. № 10. P. 275-278.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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Ustinova Tat'yana Viktorovna
Omsk State Pedagogical University

Submitted: 05.09.2019.
Abstract. The article aims to identify the parameters to construct actual verbal meaning in the situation of semantic conflict. The originality of the study involves considering the meaningful perception of an ambiguous statement as purposeful cognitive activity based on universal principles regardless of the ambiguity level. The research findings have allowed the author to represent meaning construction as a process of dynamic conceptualization determined by systemic linguistic factors, pragmatic conditions and the conceptualizer’s subjective characteristics.
Key words and phrases: смысловое восприятие, амбигуэнтность, концептуализация, рефрейминг, концептуальная интеграция, семантический конфликт, импликатуры, meaningful perception, ambiguity, conceptualization, re-framing, conceptual integration, semantic conflict, implicatures.
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