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PERM UNIVERSITY HERALD

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2015

RUSSIAN AND FOREIGN PHILOLOGY

Issue 4(32)

CONTENTS
LANGUAGE, CULTURE, SOCIETY
Larisa M. Alekseeva, Dariya V. Vasilenko SYSTEMIC FEATURES OF TERMINOLOGY………..…….5
Olga V. Raeva, Elena I. Riekhakaynen SYNTAGMA AND SEGMENTATION
OF SPONTANEOUS SPEECH………………………………………………………………………....……14
Svetlana V. Shustova, Elizaveta A. Smirnova VERB VALENCY AS
A SEMANTIC-GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY…………………………………………………..….…….21
Evgenij Ju. Gorbunov THESAURUS MODELLING OF THE SEMANTIC FIELD
OF THE TERM ‘WORD’ IN THE SUBJECT FIELD «ENGLISH LEXICOLOGY»……………………....30
Ekaterina V. Troshchenkova STEREOTYPICAL EXPECTATIONS OF THE ROLE OF MIGRANTS
IN AMERICAN AND RUSSIAN LINGUOCULTURE:
AN ATTEMPT OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC MODELLING………………………………………….……..39
Natalia V. Danilevskaya NATIONALLY SIGNIFICANT KEY MEANINGS OF MODERN
SOCIAL ADVERTISING (THROUGH THE EXAMPLE OF RUSSIAN TELEVISION TEXTS)………...51
Olga B. Ermolova LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF HUMAN-TO-PET COMMUNICATION……………..58

LITERATURE IN THE CULTURAL CONTEXT
Vladimir V. Abashev «SAVAGE BEAUTY AND TENEBROUS GRANDEUR…». A PANORAMA
OF THE URALS IN VASILY I. NEMIROVICH-DANCHENKO’S TRAVEL WRITINGS………………67
Irina L. Savkina I’M JUST AN ORDINARY PERSON»:
TWO WOMEN’S DIARIES FROM SOVIET TIMES….………...…………………………………………79
Marina P. Abasheva, Evgeny N. Chashchinov EKPHRASIS IN A. KOROLEV’S NOVEL «ERON»…..89
Natalya V. Gorbunova, Olga M. Ushakova FOOD CODES IN VICTORIAN
AND MODERNIST NOVELS (GEORGE ELIOT, D.H. LAWRENCE)……………………………………98
Arkady A. Shevchenko, Boris M. Proskurnin THE GENRE ORIGINALITY
IN THE NOVEL «DIE RÄUBERBANDE» BY LEONHARD FRANK…………………………………..110
Olga I. Grafova EKPHRASTIC EXPOSITION IN THE NOVEL
«THE VIRGIN IN THE GARDEN» BY A.S. BYATT ……………………………………………………126
Liliya F. Khabibullina, Anastasia A. Vinogradova CONCEPTIONS OF
MULTICULTURAL SPACE IN J.K. EUGENIDES’ NOVEL «MIDDLESEX»……………………….…135

ACADEMIC REVIEWS AND SURVIEWS
Nina S. Bochkareva, Boris M. Proskurnin IMAGE AND MYTH
IN ENGLISH LITERATURE ABOUT RUSSIA…………………………………………………………...142

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