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Comparative analysis of the concepts ИСТОРИЯ/HISTORY on the material of lexicographic discourse

Peredrienko Tatiana Yurievna, Balandina Ekaterina Sergeevna, Chernysheva Anastasia Mikhailovna
South Ural State University (National Research University)

Submitted: 04.04.2023
Abstract. The aim of the research is to construct the model of a comparative study of the concept representation in Russian and English lexicographic discourse. The scientific novelty of the research lies in the fact that it was the first attempt to make the comparative analysis of the core and peripheral features of the Russian and English concepts ИСТОРИЯ/HISTORY using lexicographic discourse. The material for the research was obtained from etymological and explanatory dictionaries that allowed characterizing the core features of the concept names as well as verifying their periphery zones through the associative dictionaries. At the first stage, the socio-cultural perception was revealed through the study of the concept formation. At the second stage, the peripheral features presenting the cognitive aspect were identified via dictionary entries analysis. At the next stage, the compatibility of the concept names was characterised according to their communicative and pragmatic sides. As a result, the authors modeled the overall structure of the Russian and English concepts ИСТОРИЯ/HISTORY, established their similarities and differences and highlighted various aspects of the concept perception depending on the culture.
Key words and phrases: концепт, словарная статья, история, лексикографический дискурс, сравнительно-сопоставительный анализ, concept, dictionary entry, history, lexicographic discourse, comparative analysis
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