2016-6 ENG

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  3. Andriievska Viktoriia. Linguistic and Cognitive Means of Expression of the National System Education - C. 5-9.

    Problems in the French Modern Slam. The article deals with the linguistic and cognitive research of the French modern slam according to the semantic and cognitive maxims in analyzing the fiction text. The material for the linguistic research is represented by the composition “Éducation nationale” interpreted by Grand Corps Malade who is one of the most famous representatives of slam in France. The most characterizing features of this music genre are its engagement and rendering the most critical social and politic problems by means of the brilliant author’s metaphors. The aim of our investigation is to find out the linguistic and cognitive mechanisms namely the key cognitive metaphors around which the main sense of the song text is developing. Due to the results of the research, the mainstream metaphor in the text is SYSTEM OF EDUCATION AS GAME IN CHESS which delimits the bureaucrats of the simple employees of the Education calling them by the names of the chess pieces: the bureaucrats are kings and rooks, the teachers are pawns. The idea of the depression of the National system of Education in France and the thesis of the decline in the success level of the students are expressed by the metaphor equation SUCCESS IS MYSTERY, and the future of the pupil from a provincial region is rendering by means of the metaphor structure FUTURE IS DEADLOCK. The grammatical negative structures also add to the song text the cognitive component and bring the meaning of absence or lack of something.
    Key words: linguistic and cognitive approach, cognitive metaphor, author’s picture of the world, French modern slam, national education.
    References:
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    2. Kahanovska, O. M. 2007. “Linhvokohnityvnyi Aspect Vtilennia Tekstovykh Kontseptiv u Frantsuzkii ta Hudozhnii Prozi”. Naukovyi Chasopys NPU Imeni M. P. Drahomanova, 9: 50–57.
    3. Kibrik, A., and Kobzeva, I., and Sekerina, I., ed. Sovremennaia Amerikanskaia Lingvistika: Fundamentalnyie Tendentsyi. Moskva: Editorial URSS, 2002.
    4. Dictionnaire de français Larousse. http://www.larousse.fr/dictionnaires/francais/roi/69725?q=roi#68971. 5. 2017. “Paroles Education Nationale par Grand Corps Malade”. Paroles.net. http://www.paroles.net/grandcorps-malade/paroles-education-nationale.

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  4. Biskub I. Language in applied linguistics: a historical perspective - C. 10-16.
    The article presents an outline of the main tendencies in the formation of applied linguistics from the historical perspective. Modern applied linguistics as an academic discipline offers effective mechanisms of integrating various branches of theoretical linguistics due to two main postulates all modern schools of linguistics agree on, i.e. non-material nature of language and the necessity to implement information technologies into linguistic research. The main achievements of modern theoretical linguistics are viewed through their ability to be used for the problem solving in the real world. Thus, we suggest that modern applied theory of language may consider language from three different points of view. It may be interested in (1) how the language sounds or looks (language as a state), (2) how it works (language as an activity), or (3) how it develops (language as change). If it is interested in how the language sounds or looks, the theory will include something on language considered as a fixed state – either as a state dependent on what people think and do, or as one which is independent of this. Dependently, language may be considered as human thought or as human behaviour. Language may be viewed as an independent state, either as structure, or as a system of communication. The view of language as an activity is concerned with the way language operates or is operated by man. From this point of view, language may be considered as an activity of the mind, or an activity of the brain. Language may also be regarded as something which is continually changing in time, or in space. In this respect it’s possible to single out such branches of applied linguistics as speech acquisition, area linguistics, and contrastive linguistics. The suggested conceptual scheme opens new perspectives for developments of modern applied linguistics as well as new mechanisms of the verification of its research results.
    Key words: applied linguistics, language, state, activity, change.
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    14.Wiener, Norbert. 1948. Cybernetics, or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine. New York: Wiley.
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  5. Bondar T., Halytska O. Peculiarities of Verbalization of the Concept REFUGEE in Political Discourse. - C. 17-23.
    The article deals with verbalizers of the concept REFUGEE and peculiarities of its content in political discourse. Analysis of dictionary definitions, synonymous rows and definitions of the term “refugee” in the UN official documents shows that lexemes refugee, asylum seeker and displaced person are the most frequent language representatives of the concept REFUGEE. The main conceptual feature of the concept is ‘to be forced to flee his or her country and seek sanctuary in another country’. However, the concept REFUGEE acquires new conceptual features because of the development of world events. This fact is directly related to the crisis of refugees that forced governments to redefine already existent definitions of the term “refugee”. In order to determine language means that verbalize the concept REFUGEE in political discourse speeches of politicians were analyzed. The speeches were given by native speakers (Barack Obama, Theresa Mary May, Catherine Branson) as well as by non-native speakers of English (Grzegorz Schetyna, Morgan Johansson, António Guterres, Volker Türk). These politicians used both key lexemes-verbalizers of the concept (refugee, asylum seeker, displaced person) and free word combinations (vulnerable people who have come to seek protection, people in need of protection, people in need of shelter, people in need) to represent the concept in their speeches. Native speakers mainly express neutral or positive attitude toward refugees. Non-native speakers sometimes use verbalizers that have negative connotations.
    Key words: concept, conceptual feature, verbalizer, nominative field, political discourse.
    References:
    1. Popova, Zinaida, and Sternin, Iosif. 2007. Kognitivnaia Lingvistika. Moskva: ACT “Vostok–Zapad”.
    2. Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. 2008. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/refugee.
    3. UNHCR. The UN Refugee Agency. “Cartagena declaration on refugees”. Accessed August 1, 2017. http://www.unhcr.org/about-us/background/45dc19084/cartagena-declaration-refugees-adopted-colloquium-internationalprotection.html.
    4. UNHCR. The UN Refugee Agency. “Convention and Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees.” Accessed August 1, 2017. http://www.unhcr.org/3b66c2aa10.
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    8. UNHCR. The UN Refugee Agency. “OAU Convention Governing the Specific Aspects of Refugee Pproblems in Africa.” Accessed August 7, 2017. http://www.unhcr.org/about-us/background/45dc1a682/oau-convention-governingspecific-aspects-refugee-problems-africa-adopted.html.
    9. “Open Briefing to United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee”. Accessed August 7, 2017. http://www.unhcr.org/admin/dipstatements/58e35b317/open-briefing-united-nations-security-council-counter-terrorismcommittee.html.
    10. Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. 2010. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    11. Oxford Learner’s Thesaurus. A Dictionary of Synonyms. 2008. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    12. GOV.UK. “PM speech at Leaders Summit on Refugees: 20 September 2016”. Accessed August 7, 2017. https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/pm-speech-at-leaders-summit-on-refugees-20-september-2016.
    13. Australian Human Rights Commission. “President speech: Human Rights, Refugees and Asylum Seekers”. Accessed August 6, 2017. https://www.humanrights.gov.au /news/speeches/president-speech-human-rights-refugees-andasylum-seekers.
    14. “Remarks by President Obama at Leaders Summit on Refugees”. Accessed August 8, 2017. https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/20/remarks-president-obama-leaders-summit-refugees.
    15. Government offices of Sweden. “Speech by Morgan Johansson at UNHCR High-level meeting on global responsibility sharing through pathways for admission of Syrian refugees.” Accessed August 4, 2017. http://www.government.se/speeches/2016/03/speech-by-morgan-johansson-atunhcr-high-level-meeting-on-globalresponsibility-sharing-through-pathways-for-admission-of-syrian-refugees/.
    16. Ministry of Foreign Affairs Republic of Poland. “Speech by Polish Foreign Minister on refugee crisis”. Accessed August 2, 2017. http://www.msz.gov.pl/en/ministry/polish_diplomacy_archive/former_ministers/ remarks_mgs/speech_by_polish_foreign_minister_on_the_refugee_crisis;jsessionid=24E9E089164F28DF595E725FA63 D09BC.cmsap5p.
    17. Guterres, António. 2015. “Briefing on the Humanitarian Situation in Syria”. Paper presented at United Nations Security Council (7592nd Meeting), New York, 21 December 2015. http://www.unhcr.org/admin/hcspeeches/567861459/ united-nations-security-council-7592nd-meeting-briefing-humanitarian-situation.html.
    18. USA for UNHCR. “What is a refugee? Definition and Meaning”. Accessed August 7, 2017. http://www.unrefugees.org/what-is-a-refugee/

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  6. Voloshynovych N. Translation Problems of Fashion Industry Terminology C. 24-27.
    The article considers the vocabulary of fashion industry as an independent segment in the scientific world image of the native speakers; therefore, it is interesting not only for linguists, but also for non-specialists in the philological sphere. It forms a branched terminology of the design of clothing and fashion, common literary vocabulary and special terms that refer to the concepts of fashion and design of clothing, as well as industrial and creative activities. The article examines the most common methods and techniques for the translation of terms, the main of which are: translation with a lexical equivalent and a non-equivalent translation. Among the main translation techniques of the non-equivalent vocabulary are the following: transcription, transliteration, calque and descriptive translation. A separate part of the article deals with the methods for translation of neologisms, author’s terms, anthroponyms and abbreviations.
    Key words: term, clothing design, fashion, translation, equivalent, nonequivalent vocabulary, transliteration, transcription, calque translation, descriptive translation.
    References:
    1. Karaban, Viacheslav. 2004. Pereklad Anhliiskoi Naukovoi i Tekhnichnoi Literatury. Hramatychni Trudnoshchi, Leksychni, Terminolohichni ta Zhanrovo-Stylistychni Problemy. Vinnytsia: Nova Knyha.
    2. Kyiak, Taras. 2007. “Funktsii ta Pereklad Terminiv u Fakhovykh Tekstakh”. Visnyk Zhytomyrskoho Derzhavnoho Universytetu, 32: 104–108.
    3. Kovalenko, Hanna. 2005. “Anhliiska Leksyka Mody 20–21 Stolit”. PhD diss., Kyivskyi Natsionalnyi Universytet Imeni Tarasa Shevchenka.
    4. Kosenko, Oleksandr. 2012. “Neolohizmy u Feshn-Industrii”. Spetsproekt: Analiz Naukovykh Doslidzhen. Dnipropetrovsk, 4: 71–73.
    5. Rudenko, Maryna. 2014. “Vyiavlennia Osoblyvostei Perekladu Terminolohii ta Ukladannia Tematychnoho Slovnyka yak Rezultat Proektnoi Metodyky Navchannia Perekladu”. Visnyk Kharkivskoho Natsionalnoho Universytetu, 21: 152–159.
    6. Superanskaia, Aleksandra, and Podolskaia, Nataliia, and Vasilieva, Nataliia. 1989. Obshchaia Terminologiia: Voprosy Teorii. Moskva: Nauka.

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  7. Vorobiova T. Interplay of translation freedom, creativity and fidelity in translating process as a step up to the accuracy of translation product. - C. 28-33.
    The article explores problems of the creative practice in translation work. The emphasis is laid on modern issues in the domain of psycholinguistics and theory of translation. The author substantiates the essence of the key concepts and notions concerning the subject of the research: creativity, components of creativity, creativity and freedom in translation, translation fidelity, transcreation, neologism and the concept of re-creation in translation. The subtleties of translation freedom and creativity are considered on the case-study of neologisms translation peculiarities. The research findings give grounds to conclude that translation of neologisms, in general, and author’s neologisms, in particular, involves a variety of creative strategies to balance the derivative against the creative. Freedom in the choice of TL linguistic and stylistic means facilitates creativity in translation and helps a translator to attain accuracy in conveying the SL concepts into the TL ones.
    Key words: creativity, creative translation, freedom in translation, transcreation, neologism, author’s neologisms, re-creation in translation.
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  8. Honchar K., Panchenko V. Nonverbal Means of Expressing Envy in Modern English Discourse.- C. 33-38.
    This article is devoted to the analysis of nonverbal means of communication, which express the meaning of envy in the modern English discourse. It is established that extralinguistic components are the main markers of envy in speech, since verbal realization of the studied meaning is not frequent and threatens harmonious communication. The main nonverbal means that denote envy are singled out: ocular, paralinguistic and kinesic. The analysis of the actual material allows us to state that the glance plays a significant role in the realization of envy. It is proved that extralinguistic means of envy can be used independently, or can accompany verbal actualization of the studied meaning. It is discovered that nonverbal components can precede the verbal expression of envy, or be in the ‘inter’ and ‘post’ positions in relation to the utterance. Extralinguistic components of envy that are in the ‘inter’ and ‘post’ positions to the verbal expression perform the function of supplementing or imitating the content of a spoken message. In the ‘pre’ position to the verbal expression, the nonverbal component fulfills an additional function of predicting the information of a verbal message.
    Key words: nonverbal means of communication, ocular means, paralinguistic components, kinesic means, envy, verbal nomination.
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  9. Danylchuk A. E-participation in ukraine as a new model of citizen–government communication- C. 39-45.
    The paper presents a general theoretical overview of the new norms and procedures of e-petitioning in Ukraine. E-petitioning is viewed as a new form of direct and effective political communication and e-participation that marks country’s democratic advances. The article presents a short overview of terms “e-participation”, “e-democracy” and “e-petition” followed by a brief history of petitioning and its e-modification after the worldwide growth of informational and communication technologies. Democracy and communication rights are seen as interdependent, they promote transparency, effectiveness and accountability of governmental organs. We define e-petition as the most standardized, lawful and popular form of e-participation present in Ukraine. The suggested analysis of the e-petitioning in Ukraine provides the information on the norms and restrictions of this model of government–citizen communication. E-petitioning can also be viewed as a new type of media discourse. We believe that new linguistic and IT skills must be developed to fulfil the demands of e-participation growth.
    Key words: e-democracy, e-participation, e-petitioning, informational and communication technologies, political discourse.
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    https://petition.president.gov.ua/

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  10. Danyliuk N. Esperanto as Successful Project of an International Planned Language: 130 Years of Functioning. - C. 45-52.

    The article is devoted to the international year of Ludwig Zamenhof, creator of Esperanto. The article deals with the Esperanto studies as a special branch of interlinguistics, with the biggest schools of esperantology of the 70s of the 20th–21st centuries: Moscow, Tartu and Budapest, and their famous representatives. Two ways of solving a problem of an international communication have been pointed out: the usage of ethnic languages and creation of planned languages of a priori and a posteriori types. The best known projects of international planned languages have been presented in the historical aspect starting with Antiquity and till present. Peculiar features of the phonetic, lexical and grammatical systems of Esperanto have been described and analyzed in the context of Esperanto being the most successful project of a planned language used in communication. The history of appearance and development of the Esperanto-movement in the world has been traced, international organizations, dealing with finding the solutions to the problems of verbal communication, have been named. A special attention has been paid to such topics as the achievements in the fields of studying and applying Esperanto in Ukraine, scientific and scientific-educational literature, translations of the texts of Ukrainian classical literature and folklore, scientific conferences, centers of Esperanto, special courses in Esperanto at the Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University, and Ukrainian organizations of Esperanto speakers.

    Key words: an international language, a planned language, an artificial language, a project of an international language, language planning, interlinguistics, esperantology, Esperanto.
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  11. Kalishchuk D. The Use of Information Technologies for Linguistic Text Analysis.- C. 59-52.
    In the article the notion of conceptual style as an object of linguistic analysis has been defined; two main conceptual styles – the analytic and the relational ones – as well as the parameters they differ in have been described. It has been proved that the conceptual style of George Bush the Jr. is analytical, and the style of Barrack Obama is relational. The options of Textanz software, which has been used for content-analysis, have been analysed: Wordforms option provides figures concerning different parts of speech; PhraseFrequency option gives a list of the most frequently used phrases and word-combinations together with the number of their use in the discourse; Concordance option allows to make a list of every separate lexeme and their context.
    The content-analysis method has been used to analyse lingual, socio-lingual and psycho-lingual parameters and markers of conceptual styles, as well as the peculiarities of verbalization of political discourse basic concepts and the language means of suggestion and manipulation tactics, in particular, the parameter “dependent on their families / reluctant to be dependent on their families” and the means of realization of the “Transfer” tactics have been analysed.
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  16. Kuchyk H. The Texts of Statutory Documents of International Organizations in the Classifications System of the Texts- C. 85-91.
    The article deals with different approaches to the selection of the texts of statutory documents of international organizations are analyzed. The main attention is paid to the typology of texts of statutory documents of international organizations in the classifications system of the texts. The decisive feature of the texts of statutory documents of international organizations is established, namely, their functional purpose, that is, use in the process of political activity at the international arena. This type of text combines information and regulatory features, characterized by context coloring. It is substantiated that the political text is not only as a linguistic unit, but also takes into account its connection with the epoch, historical situation. At first glance, the texts of statutory documents of international organizations belong to the legal type of texts. However, taking into consideration the political context of the process of creating international organizations as political institutions of multilateral cooperation, we consider the texts of statutory documents of international organizations as the political type of texts. This accessory is due to the context of the consideration of this problem. It is stated that the analysis of texts of statutory documents of international organizations is characterized by polydisciplinarity with the use of means of different branches of knowledge
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    In this article the comparative analysis of human language and animals’ quasilanguage is carried out. The mentioned work was conducted in the general theoretical and empirical vectors. The first part reflects the search of fundamental principal differences between the described phenomena by means of referring to the scientific works of the famous linguists, psychologists and psycholinguists. The second part of the research presents the practical examining of some ideas, stated in the theoretical chapter: the search of some correlations between the human lingual knowledge with their self-conscience and creative abilities. Finally, in the group of respondents several correlations between the level of lingual competence and human ability to form and combine different images or verbal constructions were found. Though, the described tendency displays it’s presence not in all explored vectors.
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  25. Saraniuk Y. Role of Slots HERE and NOW of GLAMOUR Concept in Communicative Strategies of Mass Media Discourse. - C. 136-141.
    The article deals with the conceptual component of the GLAMOUR concept, verbalized in modern mass-media discourse. The elements that form the conceptual component of the GLAMOUR concept, are structured in the form of a frame, which can be modeled on the basis of the actional frame by S.A. Zhabotynska. We consider the filling of slots HERE and NOW of frames ACHIEVING GLAMOUR (assumptions about the place represented by the concepts of EXPENSIVE RESORT, EXPENSIVE YACHT, EXPENSIVE MANSION, HUGE CLOSET) and BUYING GLAMOUR (the concept of FAMOUS EXPENSIVE BRAND STORE). These frames structure the assumptions of various ways to achieve glamour by two different social groups: celebrities and ordinary people. Also, the author outlines strategies, namely, strategies of recipient removal, playing with the recipient, and recipient involvement, used to shape the recipient’s interpretation of the GLAMOUR concept. The analysis shows that the discourse, in which the GLAMOUR concept is verbalized, does not only inform recipients of the concept as such, but also encourages to certain actions.
    Key words: mass-media discourse, GLAMOUR concept, conceptual component, frame, slot, strategy.
    References:
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpIgn3_fVOY.

    7. Curbed. 2016. “The 26 most expensive houses for sale in Los Angeles right now”.

    https://la.curbed.com/2017/1/25/14367392/most-expensive-mansions-homes-for-sale-la.

    8. Daily Treat. 2016. “Get A Sneak Peek At The Most Glamorous Celebrity Closets”.

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  26. Smolnytska O. The Reflecting the Features of Non-Standart Feminine Character in the Ukrainian Translations of the Selected Satirical Poems by Jonathan Swift. - C. 141-150.
    The various aspects of Ukrainian translations of the poetry by Jonathan Swift are under analysis. This research could be topical because this writer known as the author of “Gulliver Travels” and pamphlets is not evaluated in the world as a poet. The Ukrainian context is compared there. The biographical analysis demonstrates parallels between private life and career of J. Swift and the Ukrainian political personalities of the baroque and classicism periods. The materials of analysis are the poems “Daphne” and “Phyllis, Or, The Progress of Love”. The feminine characters, Daphne and Phyllis, are taking into account. The Ukrainian poem (lampoon) of the baroque poetess Olena Kopot’-Zhuravnytska is compared. The biblical context and the comparing with the texts by Lessya Ukrainka are researched. The thesaurus, biographical, comparative, gender studies analyses are given. The research illustrates problems which appear when the translator with the poems by J. Swift works. The poems are given in the originals and the translations by Maksym Strikha (“Phyllis…”) and by the author of the article (“Daphne”).
    Key words and phrases: translation, poetry, gender, satire, baroque, classicism.
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  27. Stanislav O. Cognitive Plane of Study of Separation and Cohesion (on the Material of French Syntax). - C. 150-155.
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    Key words and phrases: classic syntax, cohesion, actualizing syntax, separation, syntax of spoken language, cognitive aspect of the analysis, logical thinking, sensual and imaginative perception, syntactic synthesis of cohesion and separation.
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