Ideologization Peculiarities Research Of Compound Names In Russian And English Languages


The research is devoted to the study of ideologization peculiarities of non-single-word names lexical meaning in the modern Russian and English languages. The relevance is determined by the necessity to study ideologization peculiarities of non-single-word names in Russian and English and to identify the factors that determine it. Two types of ideologized non-single-word names have been identified: the first were the result of secondary nomination (русские хакеры, Russian hackers, polite people, little green men) and the second were the result of secondary definition (русское оружие). The criteria for distinguishing between ideological evaluativity (polite people) and ideological connotation (русские хакеры) have been determined too. Communicative and semantic-cognitive methods of analysis allowed authors to describe the conceptual field of русские хакеры/Russian hackers ideologemes, as well as these compound names communicative meanings. Statistical method allowed authors to determine non-single-word names productivity in contexts of Russian National Corpus and the largest English-speaking electronic News on the Web Corpus. It has been also found that the Russian hackers ideologeme was highly productive in the English language picture of the world. In the end of research authors concluded about ideologization peculiarities of non-single-word names both in Russian and English.

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