No 2 (2013)


Characterizing anthroponymy from account books (evidence from XVIII—XIX centuries account books)

Bezborodova Y.V.


The article considers semantics of family names which were common in Tobolsk province in XVIII and XIX centuries. The analysis of the surnames involved vast lexicographic material. The conducted analysis shows that a considerable amount of family names originated from calendar names. The same applies to family names which reflected the occupation, physical appearance and personality features.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):3-8
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Review of several theonymic vocabulary units exemplified by the russian and polish religious texts

Geta E.V.


The article presents the review of theonymic vocabulary units taken from the Russian and Polish religious texts. The author considers theonyms’ etymology, context of their usage. The usage frequency of these units is also analyzed.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):9-12
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Communication postulates of pragmalinguistics seen through the category of «understatement»

Novikova L.V., Bondar O.A.


The article dwells upon the lingvocultural phenomenon of “understatement” from the perspective of main communication principles
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):13-18
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Structural and word-formative aspect of historical anthroponymy in the russian Linguistic view of the world

Parfyonova N.N.


The present paper presents the analysis of the Transurals anthroponymy in terms of structural and word-formative aspect — evidence from XVI—XVIII century archives
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):19-34
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On the structure of political discourse

Perelgut N.M., Sukhotskaya E.B.


The article aims to clarify the extension of the concept «political discourse» and its structure; it analyzes its main approaches the place among other discourse types
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):35-41
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Phenomenon of chronotope used as a method of philological analysis of texts

Plastinina N.A.


The article considers the phenomenon of chronotope employed as a method of philological analysis of texts. It briefly reviews the concepts of philosophical and linguistic conceptions of chronotopes, evolution of chronotopes and emergence of new categories, such as noochronotope
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):42-46
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Prospective situations describing immediateness of actions: different ways of language expression

Fyodorova R.V.


The article dwells upon linguistic objectification of prospective situations describing action immediateness. The analysis of different aspectual situations is carried out by the example of the Russian, English and French languages
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):47-54
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Portrayal of russian national character in terms of christian worldview (as exemplified by V.G.Rasputin’s short novels “The last term” and “Farewell to Matyora”)

Grishenkova T.F.


The article explores the eschatological tradition used in portrayal of the Russian national character in V.Rasputin’s short novels “ The Last Term ” and “ Farewell to Matyora”. This tradition is inherited in the way the characters see the purpose of human life and immortality which they believe is confined in the generational continuity. The writer cogitates on important metaphysical questions — life after death, meaning of human existence — using fundamental Christian definitions.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):55-63
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Spiritual revolutionaries (A.Blok and V.Mayakovsky)

Kultysheva O.M.


The article is devoted to the study of literary interconnections between V.Mayakovsky and A.Blok. The analysis of their poetic languages proves their genetic affinity, in particular the fact that futurist Mayakovsky followed many traditions of younger symbolist A.Blok; in particular, ambivalence of their personas rooted in alienation from the world and desire to merge with it; perception of the world and people with romanticized uncompromisingness, language and verse experiments conforming to the time
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):64-70
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Motive of male and Female travesry in XIX century literary legend

Tulyakova N.A.


The present paper analyses the use of traditional hagiographic motive of male-female traversy used in XIX century Soviet literature. Drawing on the example of literary legends by A.Herzen, G.Keller, A.France the functions of the above mentioned motive are defined within new genre and stylistic contexts
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):71-77
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Image of “russian Faust” in M.Y.Lermontov’s novel “A hero of our time”

Shitova V.V.


The article analyses the image of “Russian Faust” in M.Y. Lermontov’s “A Hero of Our Time”. The portrayal of the main character Pechorin is compared to one of the most prominent characters in German Literature — doctor Faust. The common features that link both of the characters are outlined in the conclusion.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):78-81
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Motivating potential of texts used for teaching reading in a foreign language

Melekhina E.V.


The article dwells upon motivation — one of the components in the process of teaching students to read in a foreign language
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):82-86
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Milrud R.P. Symbols of culture

Stepanova M.A.


Review of the book: R.P. Milrud «Symbols of culture». Saarbruke: Palmarium Academic Publishing, 2012. 189 p.
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):87-89
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Discourse as a social activity: priorities and prospects

Perelgut N.M.


Overview of the proceedings of the international science conference «Discourse as a social activity: priorities and prospects» (Moscow, November 17—18, 2011).
Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University. 2013;(2):90-93
pages 90-93 views

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