POLITICHESKAIA LINGVISTIKA

 

 

 

Volume 21, 2007

 

 

Part I. LANGUAGE IN POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

 

Editorial

 

6

 

Anderson R.

Los Angeles, the USA

On a Cross-Cultural Resemblance Among Certain Metaphors for Political Power

6

abstract

Bantysheva L. L. 

Simferopol, Ukraine

Sociopolitical vocabulary of the turn of the XX century: traditions of study

13

 

Bessonova L. E. 

Simferopol, Ukraine

Modern Political Linguistics in Ukraine

18

 

Budaev E. V.,

Chudinov A. P.

Nizhnii Tagil,

Yekaterinburg, Russia

Methodological Facets of Political Metaphorology

22

abstract

Wee L.

Singapore, Singapore

From nation state to global city: scaling down as a discourse strategy

32

 

Kostylev Y. S.

Yekaterinburg, Russia

The Image of a Japanese in Soviet Mass Press

39

 

Simon A. .

Moscow, Russia

More democracy more socialism: the language of perestroika journalism

46

 

Solopova O. A.

Chelyabinsk, Russia

The gates of the time to come: Utopia & Reality

49

 

Shustrova E. V. 

Yekaterinburg, Russia

Sounds of Politics & African American Literature

61

 

 

Part II. LANGUAGE POLITICSCulturE

 

 

 

 

Boyarskih O.S.

Nizhnii Tagil, Russia

Precedent phrases in press: some features of readers perception

65

 

Budaev E. V.,

Chudinov A. P.

Nizhnii Tagil,

Yekaterinburg, Russia

Metaphor in educational discourse: modern overseas studies

69

 

Voroshilova M.B.

Yekaterinburg, Russia

Creolized text: aspects of study

75

 

Zych A.,

Chervynsky P.

Katowice, Poland

Polish & Russian word group Family Relations: lexemes and their derivatives area and semantics

80

 

Krasylnykova N.A.

Novouralsk, Russia

Captives of Russian Bear: Russia today in UK & USA mass media

92

 

Santa Ana O.

Los Angeles, the USA

What you say is what you get: metaphor analysis of U.S. public discourse about education

96

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Part III. CLASSICS OF POLITICAL LINGUISTICS

 

 

 

 

Kosarev M. I.,

Ovsyannikova I. A.,

Solopova O. A.

Yekaterinburg, Russia

The Roots of Political Linguistics

115

 

 

Leites N.

 

The Third International: on its changes of policy.

 

116

 

 

Yakobson S.,

Lasswell H.D.

 

May Day Slogans in Soviet Russia (19181943)

 

123

 

 

 

 

 


 

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