Метафорические репрезентации индивидуально-авторского концепта FREEDOM
Edited by: С. В. Киселева, Н. А. Тулякова, Н. Н. Гриднева и др. Вып. 4. СПб.: Отдел оперативной полиграфии НИУ ВШЭ, 2012.
Меняйло В. В. СПб.: Астерион, 2011.
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Соснин А. В. В кн.: Язык. Речь. Речевая деятельность: Межвузовский сборник научных трудов. Вып. 10. Н. Новгород: Нижегородский государственный лингвистический университет им. Н.А. Добролюбова, 2008. С. 185-191.
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Выренкова А. С. В кн.: Актуальные проблемы преподавания иностранных языков в неязыковых вузах (материалы Межфакультетской научно-методической конференции). М.: Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2012. С. 109-115.
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How Root Metaphors Structure Meaningful Life by Means of Emotions: Theory and Empirical Illustration from the Sphere of Academic Ethics
Kurakin D. Working Papers in Cultural Sociology. CCS WORKING PAPER 2014-08. Center for Cultural Sociology, Yale University, 2014. No. 8.
The article is dedicated to the development of the cultural sociological theory of metaphor. Metaphor has been recognized in the “strong program” of cultural sociology as a means of performance which allowed the building of cultural explanations of such events as the trauma of the Holocaust, and Obama's political success. This paper aims to contribute to these arguments by means of expanding the definition of metaphor beyond its interpretation as a certain type of proposition. This expansion is based on elements of the theories of metaphor of Paul Ricoeur, Max Black, Steven Pepper, George Lakoff, and Mark Johnson, and connected to the Durkheimian theory of the sacred, with a stress on the role of collective emotions. Metaphor is thus seen as one of the key cultural structures which implicitly or explicitly shapes perception, imagination, thought, and action. To illustrate the productivity of the theory, the paper examines how revealing the conflict of powerful educational metaphors allows the building of a counter-intuitive cultural explanation of the wide spread of plagiarism in university students' essays.
Added: Oct 21, 2014
Khitrov A. Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2014. No. 41.
Studies of representations of the police are important because they affect what people think about the police as an organization, what people expect from day-to-day interactions with police officers, and how police officers themselves work in the media-saturated context of contemporary Western societies. This study is based on an approach, which does not strictly separate studies of the police as an organization from studies of how the police are represented. In this paper, I formulate a methodological framework for analysing representations of societal and state institutions in TV series, and I use this framework to then answer the question of how the police are represented in contemporary police TV series in Russia. This paper based on a single-case semiotic study of a popular Russian TV series called Glukhar’. I consider the show’s social and cultural contexts as well as its symbolic structures, such as visual and audial elements and its narrative. I develop a narrative model of the show, argue that the most prominent motif of the show is justification of the police’s illegal actions, and finally build a typology of these justifications. I propose a detailed analysis of two types of justifications and ultimately conclude that the TV show represents the police estranged from the state but not from society. Finally, I argue that my methodological framework can be applied to other TV series in studies, which address representations of societal and state institutions.
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Ковязина Е. Н. Вестник Челябинского государственного университета. 2011. № 60. С. 64-67.
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Набережнова З. Г. Альманах современной науки и образования. 2011. № 10. С. 146-148.
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Текст как сцена: теория эпического театра Б. Брехта и художественный текст Э. Елинек (на материале пьес Б. Брехта и романа Э. Елинек «Пианистка»)
Пасько Ю. В. Вестник Московского государственного областного университета. Серия: Лингвистика. 2012. № 2. С. 111-118.
In the article the elements of the epic theatre (a theory by German playwright B. Brecht) in the novel by E. Jelinek “The Piano Teacher” are analyzed. The author studies two aspects of this question: the figure of the narrator in the text and the phenomenon of materialization as realizing of alienation effect – one of the most important elements of the epic theatre. The research is based on comparative analysis of lexical, syntactical and stylistic peculiarities in Brecht’s plays and in the Austrian writer’s novel. The result of this research is the conclusion that the text of the novel has some features of B. Brecht’s play and the novel by E. Jelinek is an example of “dramatization” of a prosaic text.
Added: May 4, 2012