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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 8. Part 1. P. 89-92.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Culturology
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IMAGE OF RUSSIA IN MODERN ENGLISH CULTURE: OLD AND NEW

Klimova Svetlana Borisovna
Nizhnii Novgorod State Linguistic University named after N. A. Dobrolyubov


Abstract. The author studies the main tendencies in the perception and representation of Russia in the modern English culture by the material of fiction, historical-cultural researches and philosophical works, as well as some reviews and journalistic presentations of the British writers, journalists and scientists, and comes to the conclusion that there exist two lines of the development of imagological ideas with respect to Russia in the English culture - the tendency to understand Russian as universal and the aspiration to give the integral, extensional, conceptually readable picture of the Russian culture in its originality.
Key words and phrases: образ России, английская культура, национальная ментальность, английское восприятие, имагологические представления, концептуальный подход, константа культуры, image of Russia, English culture, national mentality, English perception, imagological representations, conceptual approach, constant of culture.
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