The paper sums up the results of the annual literary contest in regards to the autobiographical novel “The forgotten taste of kislichka” by the South Korean writer Park Wansuh, which was held at the end of 2016 among Russian students. The book aroused great interest among readers owing to the author’s frankness, simplicity of narration, and fascinating plot. Park Wansuh describes her childhood in a village, moving to Seoul, years at the University, liberation from Japan, adulthood, and the Korean War (1950–1953). Most students note the importance of information that the writer preserved in her memory as well as extensive ethnographic material on Korea. The writer describes the traditions of Koreans, relations in family and society. Many students note that thanks to Park Wansuh, they acquired interest to the history and culture of Korea. The writer uses numerous symbols that have been interpreted differently by the authors of the essays. Particular interest was raised by kislichka, the plant that symbolizes both the homeland of Park Wansuh and the formation of her personality. Students also paid much attention to the image of the mother. It helps readers to understand the origins of strength and creativity of Korean people, who turned the former colony into a developed economy over a few decades, an incredible “discovery” for many essay writers. Comparing the history of Korea and Russia, students find a lot of things in common, despite the different mentality. Ultimately, students note the author's mastery in describing nature, and they find parallels with famous works of Russian writers.
This book reflects the latest trends in the contemporary legal science. The author consequently develops his idea that interhuman communicatation and interaction play an important role in creation and in ligitimation of law, involving the social groups in a communicative process.
This monograph continues the research of the mass media discourse, begun in the book "The Russian speech in mass media: Stylistic aspect" (SPb, 2007). The contemporary speech activity in mass media is described in aspect of categories of "speech structure" and "speech system". The system of genres of periodicals is analyzed. The principles of speech development of texts of different genres belonging to the same thematic field are studied. The speech structure of the character of the mass text is described, discoursive construction of the image of a politician is investigated. Individual speech, style of the periodical are described as a system phenomenon. The book is aimed at philologists and working journalists, students of journalism faculties and laymen, interested in Russian speech culture.
Abstracts of 477 works of 758 young researchers and lectures of leading scientists are published from 144 organizations 75 cities of Russia, as well as Austria, Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Moldova, USA, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan. Works devoted to relevant fundamental and applied issues of experimental, clinical, preventive medicine and related medical and biological Sciences.