2012 - Институт лингвистики, коммуникационного менеджмента и информационных технологий

  1. The verbalization of the concept “being, existence” in Russian and English languages
  2. Communicative Potential of Counter Question in Dialogue Utterances
  3. Cognitive Metaphor in Scientific Discourse (on the basis of English specialized medical texts)
  4. Speed Dating as a Speech Genre: its cognitive, discourse and pragmatic peculiarities
  5. Communicative pragmatic analysis of the Marriage Advertisements' texts
  6. Peculiarities of Neologisms in Mass Media: Their Functioning
  7. English-Russian phraseological equivalents meaning emotional states which are included into the lexic-phaseological field of these languages
  8. Structural and Semantics Specific Features of English Paronyms
  9. Tendencies in Violation Speech Postulates in the Novel “The Moving Finger” by A. Christie
  10. Neologisms in English (evidence from the sphere: Interests and Hobbies)
  11. Semantic Characteristics of English Secondary Predicates
  12. Conceptual structure of the advertising text
  13. The structural, semantic and nominal characteristics of the idioms with the component “go” in their structure
  14. Pragmatic Characteristics of the Statements with the Meaning of Prejudice
  15. Linguistic peculiarities of English Nursery Rhymes
  16. Pragmatic Characteristics of speech acts of request in argumentative discourse
  17. Metaphor in advertising discourse
  18. Euphemisms in Business and Commerce
  19. Linguistic peculiarities of advertising texts in the sphere of education
  20. The peculiarities of conceptual metaphors in English business media discourse (on the example of marketing sphere)
  21. Word-building peculiarities in English computer jargon
  22. Verbalization of the Woman’s Image in English Personal Advertisements
  23. Abbreviation as a productive way of word formation in English classified advertising
  24. Cognitive Mechanisms in English Environmental Advertisements
  25. Gender distintions in speech behavior of communicants in a dialogue
  26. Peculiarities of English Phytonymic Nomination
  27. Cognitive and semantic properties of compounds in economic discourse
  28. Some extralinguistic and linguistic peculiarities of the social advertising texts in the English language
  29. The peculiarities of the man’s representation in marriage advertisements
  30. Semantic features of idioms with the component «head» on the material of Dean Koontz’s texts
  31. Lexical abbreviations in the language of advertising
  32. Cognitive-pragmatical properties of “Mockery”
  33. Pragmasemantic Characteristics of the Statements with the Meaning of Confirmation
  34. Small talk in business communication (on the material of the English and German languages)
  35. Semantic classification of deontic utterances
  36. Сognitive metaphor in business and commerce language (on the basis of English economic press)
  37. Lexical pecularities of computer discourse
  38. Actualization of connotation in English poetic texts
  39. Modern English lexical innovations in the semantic field "Environmental protection"
  40. Cognitive-Semantic Parameters of Sentence Modifiers in the English Language
  41. Secondary lexical nomination in the modern English language
  42. Pragmalingvistic aspects of written business agreement
  43. Verbalization of period within its temporal-event characteristics in different ethnocultures
  44. Structural, semantic and functional characteristics of the phraseological units with the somatic component “heart”
  45. Word-formation by blending in the modern English language
  46. Nonce-Words in Mass Media
  47. Word-building models of neologisms in Mass Media
  48. Linguistic Representation of the Emotion of FEAR in the Novel “The Portrait of Dorian Gray” by O. Wilde and in the Novel “And Then There Were None” by A. Christie
  49. Sociopragmatics of category of evaluation
  50. Functioning of Metadiscourse Markers in the Speech Genre of TV-interview

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