3. Derived Substantives in Word-Formation Nests of Auditory ‎Perception Verbs: Ethnolinguistic Aspect

Guzel Khafisovna Bragina; Venera Gabdulkhakovna Fatkhutdinova; Natalia Аnatoljevna Nikolina

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 1-9

Abstract
  This paper aims to identify and describe the semantic and ethnocultural content of substantive derivatives extracted from the corresponding word-formation nests of the Russian and Tatar languages. The characteristics of the ways of lexicalization of related processes and features are essential for both ...  Read More

4. Linguoculturemes Yarashu and Nikakh in the Tatar Linguistic ‎World Image

Fanuza Haydarovna Gabdrakhmanova; Gulnara Fandasovna Zamaletdinova; Radif Rifkatovich Zamaletdinov

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 10-18

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  This article presents a linguistic and cultural analysis of the linguoculturemes ярәшү/yarashu (the promise of marriage, betrothal, engagement, betrothment) and никах/nikakh (marriage, wedding, conjugal unity, Muslim religious marriage ceremony) in the Tatar linguistic worldimage. These linguistic ...  Read More

5. Genetic Layers of Tatar Cosmonyms

Gulshat Raisovna Galiullina; Khalisa Khatipovna Kuzmina; Alsou Minneakhmetovna Kamalıeva; Zilya Munirovna Kajumova

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 19-27

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  The article presents the results of the research of Tatar cosmonyms with regard to their origins. It is believed that the lexis of any language is heterogeneous in terms of origins and consists of both aboriginal and borrowed words. The language of the modern Tatars traces its roots to the ancient Turkic ...  Read More

6. Verbal Aggression of Interprofessional Communication: On the ‎Material of Russian and English Languages

Leila M. Garaeva; Guzel R. Nurieva

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 28-36

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  The object of the research was the methods, tactics, and strategies of interprofessional communication in Russian and English languages. The relevance of the study is dictated by the need to consider the verbal aggression of professional subcultures as a separate pragmalinguistic phenomenon. The result ...  Read More

7. Ethnic Heterostereotypes in Paremies about Language and ‎Proverbs of Tatar

Damir Haydarovich Husnutdinov; Ramilya Kamilovna Sagdieva; Ramil Hamitovich Mirzagitov; Salima Oralhanovna Simbayeva

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 37-44

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  In the current study, we are trying to talk about stereotypes of perceptions of two peoples historically connected with each other - Russians and Tatars. An attempt was made to restore at least part of the mosaic composed of history from these mutual images. For this exciting topic, proverbs representing ...  Read More

8. Pragmatics of Expressing Apology in English and Tatar Languages

Gulyusa Kurbangalievna Ismagilova; Dilyara Shamilevna Shakirova; Olesya Viktorovna Zabavnova

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 45-53

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  The article reveals that the speech act of apology is carried out with the help of typical models of remorse transmission, indicating the emotional tone of guilt recognition. The object of the current study is the motivational aspect of sincere apology and the variability of its verbalization in the ...  Read More

9. Woman vs. Baba in Russian Culture and Internet Language

Aliya Nailevna Miftakhova; Tatiana Gennadievna Bochina; Amir Zufarovich Malikov

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 54-62

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  The study of the functioning of the language as a means of electronic communication is one of the most relevant areas of linguistics. In this article, based on messages from women's and men's forums of the Russian-speaking Internet, gender representation of the words woman and baba is considered, and ...  Read More

10. A Comparative Study on Phraseological and Paroemiological ‎Units with Coloronyms Black in German, Russian, and Tatar

Albina Fanilevna Mukhamadiarova; Mariya Alexandrovna Kulkova; Yuriy Viktorovich Kobenko; Alina Eduardovna Rakhimova

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 63-71

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  This article deals with a comparative analysis of phraseological and paroemiological units with the component coloronym black / Schwarz, черный, кара in German, Russian, and Tatar. We have analyzed 85 phraseological units and paroemias in German, 50 in Russian, and 99 in Tatar, extracted by ...  Read More

11. The Role of Culture in The Personal and Social Determinants of ‎Social Well-Being of Russians: ‎Examining the Words Culture and Welfare

Aida Nailevna Nurutdinova; Anastasiya Aleksandrovna Rus; Vera Nikolaevna Argunova

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 72-79

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  Welfare is a social category and is rooted in the cultural and social structures of society. Therefore, the improvement of welfare policies requires knowledge of these structures and cultural and social conditions. It should be noted that the culture in the cultural discourse of welfare is no longer ...  Read More

12. Grammatical Absorption and Functioning of Arab and Persian ‎Conjunctions in Old Tatar Language in the 19th Century

Ayrat Faikovich Yusupov; Nurfiya Marsovna Yusupova; Alfina Tagirovna Sibgatullina

Volume 8, 3 (Special Issue on Russian Culture and Language) , Summer and Autumn 2020, Pages 80-88

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  The present study tried to offer a methodology to analyze Arabic language grammatical elements in the Tatar language poetry of the 19th century. It defined adaptation mechanisms of the borrowed grammatical elements within grammatical aspects and presents Arabism absorption peculiarities at the grammatical ...  Read More