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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2022. № 3. P. 936-941.
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Film Discourse Study in Foreign Linguistics at the Beginning of the 21st Century

Pokrovskaia Natalia Vladimirovna
Moscow State Linguistic University

Submitted: 06.12.2021
Abstract. The paper aims to identify the characteristic features of the film discourse linguistic study by foreign researchers at the beginning of the 21st century. The scientific originality of the research is based on the fact that it reveals the leading position of multimodal paradigmatics in the foreign linguistics which determines the main approaches to the film discourse analysis, its understanding and interpretation. As a result, a review of multimodal study of the film discourse at the beginning of the 21st century has been presented, its research methods have been considered, the logic to interpret the film discourse has been described, the areas of application of the results of the film discourse multimodal study have been identified.
Key words and phrases: кинодискурс, мультимодальность, мультимодальный дискурс-анализ, мультимодальная когезия, FILMIP, film discourse, multimodalitity, multimodal discourse analysis, multimodal cohesion
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