Национальная специфика концепта «власть» в русскоязычной и англоязычной лингвокультурах
The paper is devoted to comparative analysis of the concept “Power” and its lexical representation in the Russian and English languages and cultures. The concept “Power” is considered as stable, communicatively important and universal semantic unit possessing some spesific features in both cultures. The Russian notion “vlast” and its English equivalents “power” and “authority” are examined, both common and unique meanings are revealed.
The article describes the structures of autobiographical narration in the novels and essays of the austrian writer E. Canetti.
The introduction describes the concept in the "hard"and "soft" sciences.
The book describes the concepts of culture and language in the work of the austrian writer Franz Kafka.
In this article the author attempts to explain the events occurring in the country taking into account the specificity of the Ukrainian political culture. From the point of view of the author, a key player in the Ukrainian revolution in 2014 was the Ukrainian society itself, and any attempt to comment the situation of modern Ukraine, first of all, should take into account civil conditions of the society itself. Qualitative state of civil society in Ukraine outrun the quality of the ruling elite, which inevitably provokes new confrontations and conflicts.
The article examines the problems of delegation of public powers of authority to self-regulated organizations: public powers of authority which may be delegated, spheres of state administration, where delegation of powers is not allowed, validity of control over realization of delegated powers in all cases of such delegation and responsibility of the state for the acts of private persons who exercise public powers of authority.
The effect of conceptual flexibility involves inclusion of attributes that are irrelevant to the formed category in the concept and their further handling where required. The previous studies show that the conceptual flexibility effect arises while performing feature inference tasks and doesn’t arise while performing classification tasks. In the last case attention becomes too focused on one attribute. In the study the hypothesis according to which the conceptual flexibility effect may arise while performing classification tasks is tested on a sample of students (N=60). As this take place objects with attributes that are functionally connected and potentially related to semantic knowledge of the students are used as stimuli.