ПОРЯДОК ГЛАЗАМИ РУССКИХ: ЛИНГВОКУЛЬТУРОЛОГИЧЕСКИЙ АСПЕКТ
This article discusses the concept of "order" in the Russian-language linguoculture. The concept is analyzed as a specific national-cultural formation that exists determined by the language and expressed by it.
The object of the presented research is the mental representation of Russians about the order. The subject is the representa-tives of the concept of "order" in the Russian linguoculture.
The study was carried out within the framework of the semantic-cognitive approach proposed by the Theoretical and Lin-guistic school of Voronezh State University.
The article involves the analysis of cognitive differential and cognitive classification features of the concept, identified by analyzing the units of the nominative, paremiological and associative fields that are verbalizers of the concept under considera-tion. The objectives of the research presented in the article are 1) inventory of units of the nominative field (direct nominee, its synonyms and derivatives), the paremiological field (proverbs, sayings, stable expressions about the order), as well as the asso-ciative field (for this purpose, an associative experiment is conducted with representatives of Russian linguoculture), 2) de-scription of the semantics of the inventoried units, 3) cognitive interpretation of the results of semantic analysis, 4) description of the structure of the concept through a set of its differential and classification features.
This research contributes to the study of the conceptual sphere of the Russian language. This is its theoretical significance. Its practical value lies in the fact that the results obtained can be used in a number of lecture courses and in practical classes within the framework of topics on linguoculturology and cognitive linguistics.
The proposed study seems promising. The considered concept can be continued in the comparative aspect, in particular, it will be possible to compare the concepts of the same name in different linguistic cultures, which will allow us to draw a num-ber of interesting conclusions about the cultural and national characteristics of these linguistic cultures.