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Issue 1-2019

Contents

COGNITIVE PRAGMATIC REGULARITIES IN COMMUNICATIVE MANIFESTATION OF POSITIVE EVALUATION

Natalia Bigunova

GENDER-SPECIFIC EMOTIVITY OF VICTORIAN FEMALE PROSE FROM A MULTIDIMENSIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Vera Nikonova, Yana Boyko

CHARISMA AND FEMALE EXPRESSIVENESS: LANGUAGE,
ETHNOCULTURE, POLITICS

Natalia Petlyuchenko, Valeria Chernyakova

MARKETING TERMINOLOGY THESAURUS: THE COMPETITION SEGMENT

Olena Radchenko

CONCEPTUALISING THE MENTAL SPHERE IN DISCOURSE: FROM ENLIGHTENMENT PHILOSOPHY TO MARK TWAIN

Anastasia Sharapkova, Evgeny Loginov, Larissa Manerko

INNER CIRCLES, GOODNESS, AND LIES IN “A WORD CHILD” BY IRIS MURDOCH: A COGNITIVE FACET OF LITERARY ANALYSIS

Liliia Tereshchenko, Tetiana Tkachuk

FROM CORPUS-ASSISTED TO CORPUS-DRIVEN NSM
EXPLICATIONS: THE CASE OF FINNISH VIHA (ANGER, HATE)

Heli Tissari, Ulla Vanhatalo, Mari Siiroinen

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE FRAME OF KNOWLEDGE IN ENGLISH AND POLISH: PRELIMINARIES

Agnieszka Uberman

Issue 2-2018

Contents

FANTASY WORD SOUNDING IN MARKETING PHONOSEMANTICS

Maria Danilchuk

MYSTERIOUS FEARS: LEXICAL MEANS OF EXPRESSING THE CONCEPTUAL CATEGORY THE MYSTIC IN THE ENGLISH GOTHIC NARRATION OF THE 18TH CENTURY

Oksana Halych

ACADEMIC AND LITERARY COMMUNICATION: ADDRESSABILITY, STATUSES, AND FUNCTIONING

Irina Kolegaeva, Lesia Strochenko

A CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS OF PERSIAN AND ENGLISH VOWELS AND CONSONANTS

Hamzeh Moradi, Jianbo Chen

CONFLICT, CONFRONTATION, AND WAR REFLECTED IN MASS MEDIA: SEMANTIC WARS, THEIR VICTORS AND VICTIMS

Nataliya Panasenko, Ľuboš Greguš, Inna Zabuzhanska

FRAME MODELING OF THE CONCEPTS OF LIFE AND DEATH IN THE ENGLISH GOTHIC WORLDVIEW

Anna Prihodko, Oleksandra Prykhodchenko

SPEECH ACT OF THREAT IN EVERYDAY CONFLICT DISCOURSE: PRODUCTION AND PERCEPTION

Nikita Probst, Tatiana Shkapenko, Arina Tkachenko, Alexey Chernyakov

INDIVIDUAL SPEECH BEHAVIOUR OF RUSSIAN-SPEAKING PROSECUTORS IN THE 19-20TH CENTURIES: A CASE STUDY IN IMPLICIT PRAGMATICS

Marina Zheltukhina, Irina Zyubina

Issue 1-2018

Contents

CLIPPING IN ENGLISH SLANG NEOLOGISMS

Dmytro Borys

METAPRAGMATICS OF ACADEMIC WRITTEN DISCOURSE

Yaroslava Gnezdilova

INTERMEDIALITY AND POLYMORPHISM OF NARRATIVES IN THE GOTHIC TRADITION

Zoia Ihina

METAPHOR IN MEDIA LANGUAGE AND COGNITION: A PERSPECTIVE FROM CONCEPTUAL METAPHOR THEORY

Zoltán Kövecses

CLAIM FOR IDENTITY OR PERSONALITY FACE: THE OSCAR WINNERS’ DILEMMA

Nataliia Kravchenko, Tetiana Pasternak

COGNITIVE AND SEMIOTIC DIMENSIONS OF PARADOXICALITY IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POETIC DISCOURSE

Olena Marina

WHERE, WHY, AND HOW? TOPOPHONES IN RAY BRADBURY’S SCIENCE FICTION

Nataliya Panasenko

RELIGIOUS IDEOLOGEMES IN TRANSITION: A RESIDUE OF THEOLOGICAL VIRTUES IN THE EMOTIONALIST ETHICS OF VICTORIAN NOVELS

Iryna Pinich

THE MAIN TEXT-FORMING STRATEGIES IN ROBBE-GRILLET’S NOVEL “DANS LE LABYRINTHE”: NARRATIVE AND SEMIOTIC IMPLICATIONS

Ruslana Savchuk

METAFICTION IN CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH-LANGUAGE PROSE: NARRATIVE AND STYLISTIC ASPECTS

Olena Tykhomyrova

FRAME ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF DEATH ACROSS CULTURES

Agnieszka Uberman

ICONICITY OF SYNTAX AND NARRATIVE IN AMERINDIAN PROSAIC TEXTS

Svitlana Volkova

Issue 2-2017

Contents

MEDIA TEXT ENERGY AS COLLECTIVE CULTURAL MEMORY REFLECTION

Irina Erofeeva, Olga Ushnikova

MENTAL GAZE MONITORING AND FORM MANIPULATION: DISTINCT CONCEPTIONS OF LANGUAGE PRODUCTION AND ITS MANAGEMENT

Katsunobu Izutsu, Mitsuko Narita Izutsu

THE CONCEPTUAL AND SEMANTIC SHIFT OF “NOBLE” AND ITS SYNONYMS AS A CASE OF SEMIOSIS

Tatiana Komova, Anastasia Sharapkova

FROM DEFAMILIARIZATION TO FOREGROUNDING AND DEFEATED EXPECTANCY: LINGUO-STYLISTIC AND COGNITIVE SKETCH

Yuliya Kupchyshyna, Yuliya Davydyuk

THE DIACHRONIC DEVELOPMENT OF COMBINING FORMS IN SCIENTIFIC WRITING

Katrin Menzel, Stefania Degaetano-Ortlieb

MONOMODAL AND MULTIMODAL INSTANTIATIONS OF CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS OF BREXIT

Olena Morozova

THE ANTHROPONYMIC WORLD IN THE TEXT OF THE ANGLOPHONE JOKE

Victoria Samokhina, Valentina Pasynok

AN AMERICAN WOMAN THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE EPITHET: SEMASIOLOGICAL ASPECT IN CREATING IMAGES

Halyna Stashko

CONCEPTUALIZATION OF MOTION IN COMMUNICATIVE SPACE IN ENGLISH

Svitlana Virotchenko

AMERICAN POSTMODERN POETIC TEXTS: IN SEARCH OF RHYTHMICITY

Inna Zabuzhanska

Issue 1-2017

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Dear readers,

I am glad to present you a Special issue of “Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow”. What makes it special? You will see that all the authors are from the same university – Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine. Now our journal has readers from 51 countries representing 5 continents; we have been registered in 17 databases, thus it is a very good chance for any university to represent its young teachers as well as different linguistic schools headed by outstanding scholars. I hope this very good example will have many followers in future.

This special issue is very large in volume and has resulted thanks to the joint efforts of many people. I want to thank our anonymous reviewers coming from Azerbaijan, Germany, Malaysia, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, and Ukraine, as well as the members of the editorial board, who have found time to make thorough reviewing of the papers making valuable critical remarks. In my first Editor’s note I have named the champions of editing. It’s my pleasure to thank these people once again. My thanks go to Résumé editors Ad Foolen and Daniel Lančarič who have also edited articles. The quality of the paper depends on the work of our Language editors and I am very happy that Iryna Pinich and Michael Valek are the members of our team. Only authors know the volume of work done by our Managing editors. Dear Halyna Stashko and Inna Zabuzhanska, you are second to none! The authors will remember for a long time (if not for good) their papers marked by you in different colours highlighting wrong commas and inverted commas, and small and capital letters, and invalid Internet links, etc. It was not easy to organize teachers from different chairs to send their papers in time and to prepare everything properly for the issuing of our journal. I will always remember great encouragement given to me by Dana Petranová, Tatiana Podmaková, Roman Vasko, Michal Kabát, Johny Domanský, Lidiya Volkova and Iryna Pinich who takes the floor after me with her introductory part of our journal.

Editor-in-Chief
Nataliya Panasenko

Introduction

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Modern trends in linguistics have served as a trigger for the assembling and pondering over relevant linguistic matters from a multi-vector perspective.
The current issue is a collection of articles based on the original research of the Departments (and the Scientific and Research Centers) of Kyiv National Linguistic University, Ukraine. The scientific interests of the researchers are broad in the areas of Phonetics and Phonology, Discourse and Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Text Linguistics and Stylistics, Communicative and Cognitive Linguistics.
The idea of bringing the representatives of various schools of linguistic thought together within the issue had a number of incentives. Primarily, the research findings are rallied around the vision of an always-on breakthrough approach. The current endeavour to investigate into the nature and nurture of language gives a significant impetus in bringing the processes under the disguise into the forefront of linguistic concerns. The processing and crystallization of meaning, its constructing and inferencing are among other foci that serve as a starting point for the subsequent linguistic studies.
Secondly, the valued input of every contributor is a successful attempt at shifting from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset. The individual inspiration of the University Professors brings out the best in the inter-faculty activities and increases the array of linguistic studies at the University. The conduct of groundbreaking research and research supervision add to the hallmark of the University. The articles exhibit the consistent and continuous work in the fields of the scholars’ interests that accumulated a vast amount of research results and make the scientific heritage of the University.
And finally, the inclusiveness principle serves an effective way for cultivating the momentum of further studies both within the University and beyond its walls. The research findings of the University Professors alongside the talented candidates’ contribution present the issues that might be attractive to the public at large and can be implemented in various aspects of social life.

Iryna Pinich,
Kyiv National  Linguistic University,
Ukraine

Contents

Editor’s note and Introduction
PROSODY OF THE VIEWPOINT IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE

Oxana Alexiyevets

AUTONOMOUS METACOMMUNICATIVE LEXICON AND ITS SPECIFICS IN MANIPULATIVE DISCOURSE

Yaroslava Gnezdilova

THE TOPOS “REVENGE” IN THE GOTHIC NARRATIVE “A LEGEND OF THE NIGHTFORT”: WAYS OF CRYSTALLISATION

Zoia Ihina

ILLOCUTION OF DIRECT SPEECH ACTS VIA CONVENTIONAL IMPLICATURE AND SEMANTIC PRESUPPOSITION

Nataliia Kravchenko

A COMMUNICATIVE-PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF INTERRUPTION REALISATION IN MODERN ENGLISH DIALOGICAL DISCOURSE

Tetiana Kyrychenko

LINGUO-COGNITIVE AND PRAGMATIC FEATURES OF THE PROSODIC ORGANIZATION OF ENGLISH PARABLES

Yulia Musiienko

PRAGMATICS OF EMOTIONALITY IN DISCOURSE PROCESSING: PROLEGOMENA TO IDEOLOGY SHAPING ENGINES

Iryna Pinich

WHEN PHONETICS MATTERS: CREATION AND PERCEPTION OF FEMALE IMAGES IN SONG FOLKLORE

Halyna Stashko

ECHO QUESTIONS AS A MEANS OF BUILDING COHERENCE IN CONVERSATIONAL DISCOURSE

Natalia Strelchenko

PRAGMATIC MARKERS IN DIALOGICAL DISCOURSE

Lidiya Volkova

‘HAUNTED BY AMBIGUITIES’ REVISITED: IN SEARCH OF A METAMETHOD FOR LITERARY TEXT DISAMBIGUATION

Olga P. Vorobyova

Issue 2-2016

Contents

SPEAKING TO THE GLOBAL AUDIENCE: A CASE STUDY INTO THE MESSAGE TRANSFORMATION
Yaroslava Fedoriv

MEANING-MAKING PROCESSES IN DERIVATIVES FROM PRECEDENT NAMES
Ekaterina Golubkova, Anastasia Zakharova

LANGUAGE WORLDVIEW OF YAKIMA INDIANS, COMPARED WITH ENGLISH AND UKRAINIANS
Andrej Levitsky

TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING OF CONCEPTUALISATION IN COGNITIVE TERMINOLOGY
Larissa Manerko

DEATH IN METAPHORICAL LANGUAGE
Agnieszka Uberman

TEMPORALITY IN MANYŌSHŪ
Toshiko Yamaguchi

THE PHRASEOLOGICAL MEANING CONSTRUAL IN THE TRADITIONAL VS. COGNITIVE CULTURE-ORIENTED PERSPECTIVES
Irina Zykova

Issue 1-2016

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Dear readers,

It’s my great pleasure to present the first issue of “Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow” to you, to your colleagues, to the research community and the world at large. I have been working on this project for several years building the international team of outstanding and promising scholars, creative and responsible people. Our editorial board grants academics, researchers and professionals interested in publishing in “Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow” an opportunity to submit their original articles and research study results related to the focus of the journal, which have not been published elsewhere. More about our editorial policy and requirements you may find on our web sites. As far as we do not have the hard copy of the journal, your article will very soon be read in many places all over the world.

Traditionally, in editor’s note or editorial of the research journal the editor presents papers, which this issue contains. I would like to violate this tradition and out of eight types of editorials popular in journalism I have chosen the editorial of appreciation or, to be more exact, of gratitude.

I want to start with Uri Tadmor (De Gruyter Mouton), whose kind words of reference brought us to Magdalena Mikołajczak and Martin Velický (De Gruyter Open). We are much obliged to Martin who many a time came to our university for the personal meetings in Trnava where “Lege artis” originated and gave us good pieces of advice and to Magdalena for her patience, support, and understanding.

I always felt considerable support from my deputy Agnieszka Uberman, who had edited all our official papers as well as some of the articles, who was always acting as a most useful second.

We have internal and external reviewers. I want to thank all of them; to thank anonymous reviewers whose name I can’t mention now, only the countries they represent – Belgium, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, USA – and members of our journal team who have helped me and supported me in the preparation of this publication; the champions in this category (I mean reviewing) without any doubt are Iryna Pinich and Ad Foolen, followed by Dmitry A. Kryachkov and Daniel Lančarič. Iryna Pinich is also our language editor; Ad Foolen and Daniel Lančarič take care of résumé editing, thus their contribution to our project is worth admiring. I also want to express my sincere gratitude to outstanding scholars, the members of our team who found time in their tough schedule for reviewing coming papers.

Our review process is not quick. Having two positive reviews the paper goes to our language editors. Editing done by Iryna Pinich and Donald Trinder, their valuable critical remarks are both useful and stimulating. At the final stage, our Managing Editors, Halyna Stashko and Magdalena Trinder check every comma, dash, and full stop. Their work is really done lege artis.

I want to thank our authors, scholars and university teachers, who felt confidence in our project and responded to my appeal to publish their papers in our journal when we were at the zero point and had neither ISSN, nor web site. Now you see how many visitors we have and their number is constantly growing. It is thanks to our web master Michal Kabát. Michal has successfully realized my most daring and challenging ideas and added more.

Our baby, “Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow”, has been born, having such proud parents as “De Gruyter Open” (definitely father, because publishing house is in Slovak of masculine gender) and University of SS Cyril and Methodius in Trnava (definitely mother, because university in Slovak – univerzita – is not only of feminine gender, it is also alma mater). Like any child our journal has God father – Uri Tadmor who blessed our project and God mother – Dana Petranová, the Head of the Editorial Advisory Board who helped us to solve many problems we were facing in the process of this project realization. Our baby definitely has guardian angel – Tatiana Podmaková who has managed to find the way out in many situations.

Now you see that our strong international editorial board and quality publications make our journal very special. Hope Martin Solík very soon will register “Lege artis” in prestigious data bases. I have no doubt that Slavomír Magál and Roman Vasko will continue sharing with us their experience of journal and people management making our journal better and better.

I hope that our journal will become a source of inspiration for our future authors. Do not hesitate to contact us and offer your new ideas.

A great ship needs deep waters. Fair wind and full sails to our ship and God bless it and us all!

Editor-in-Chief
Nataliya Panasenko

Contents

FIGURING THE MALE AND FEMALE: FIRE AND WATER IN BRADBURY’S (SCIENCE) FICTION
Yuliya Davydyuk, Nataliya Panasenko

GERMAN CAUSATIVE EVENTS WITH PLACEMENT VERBS
Sabine De Knop

MOVING EVENT AND MOVING PARTICIPANT IN ASPECTUAL CONCEPTIONS
Katsunobu Izutsu

THE ELUSIVE ELLIPSIS – THE COMPLEX HISTORY OF A VAGUE GRAMMATICAL CONCEPT IN NEED OF EMPIRICAL GROUNDING
Katrin Menzel

META-PARODY IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN MEDIA: VIEWPOINT BLENDING BEHIND DMITRY BYKOV’S 2009 POEM “INFECTIOUS”
Anna Pleshakova

COGNITIVE-COMMUNICATIVE ORGANIZATION OF THE EVALUATIVE FRAME
Anna Illinichna Prihodko

VERBS OF LOCOMOTION LIKE ИДТИ (TO GO) – ХОДИТЬ (TO WALK): SOME THOUGHTS ON THEIR SEMANTIC DESCRIPTION
Nezrin Samedova

REVERSE PERSPECTIVE AS A NARRATIVE TECHNIQUE IN AMERINDIAN PROSAIC TEXTS
Svitlana Volkova

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