The paper is meant to prove that the word DUDE has features of a discourse marker. Its aim is to reveal the functions of DUDE in online youth communication
Electronically Determined Neological Processes as a Reflection of the Modern English Language Linguocreative Potential
The article seeks to contribute to the multifaceted scrutiny of the English-language electronic discourse through focusing on its lexicological features, namely, on word coinages, which have come into existence since the advent of the Internet.
The article considers a television film as a text and its verbal component as being of primary importance, which allows adopting a philological approach to studying the vertical context and intertextual references as the main objects. The article aims at researching the structure of the vertical context of a television film based on the typology of intertextual references and their referents.
Analysis of Functions and Use of Utterances with Linguistics Means of Addressing in the Text of a Love Letter
This article analyzes the use and functions of utterances with linguistics means of addressing in the text of a love letter, containing recipient characteristics and also creating a set of expressions of the author’s meaning.
State views of the German “conservative revolution” as a basis for ideological compromise between the political right and the political left
This article analyzes an ideal state system as seen by German thinkers, belonging to the traditionalist movement of the “conservative revolution” of the Weimar republic.
In the scope of area studies as integrated science it seems possible to develop a number of ‘shrinking’ regions’ future development strategies considering their special characteristics. Herewith, it is important to allocate not only global patterns of the process, but also to highlight regional peculiarities.