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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2020. № 6. P. 294-298.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/filnauki.2020.6.55

Conceptual-Cognitive Scenario "Examination" in Language Consciousness of the Chinese and Russian Students

Zhang Dong, Chulkina Nina Leonidovna
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia


Submitted: 27.01.2020.
Abstract. The article conducts a comparative analysis of the conceptual-cognitive scenario "examination" in language consciousness of the Chinese and Russian students. The study aims to identify similarities and differences between "examination" scenarios in China and Russia. The results of free associative and cognitive psychological experiments are presented. The associative fields "?? examination, to exam" and "экзамен (examination)" are analysed. The scenarios "?? examination", "written examination", "oral examination" are constructed and juxtaposed. As a result of the study, principal differences between conceptual-cognitive "examination" scenarios in language consciousness of the Chinese and the Russians are identified.
Key words and phrases: экзамен, когнитивные структуры, сценарий, концепт, языковое сознание, ассоциативный эксперимент, слово-стимул, реакция, когнитивно-психологический эксперимент, национальная культура, Китай, Россия, examination, cognitive structures, scenario, concept, language consciousness, associative experiment, stimulus word, reaction, cognitive psychological experiment, national culture, China, Russia.
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