2020

1st International Conference “Language. Text. Society.”, October 22-23, 2020, to be held online. All times are Samara Standard Time (UTC+4).

Conference Program

Plenary meeting

October 22, 2020, Thursday, 10:00 – 11:40 | Moderator: Andrey Kirillov | Procedure: presentation – 20 minutes, questions/answers – 10 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 697 601 4140, Meeting password: 25121971

Welcome address — 10:00 – 10:10

Vadim Dementyev, Saratov (Russia). Some typological characteristics of Internet communication [Russian] — 10:10 – 10:40

Ayisha Khurshid, Islamabad (Pakistan). Situating Pakistan as a Hoodwinked Player in the War on Terror: A Corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis of Time Magazine — 10:40 – 11:10

Raisa Urunova, Kazan (Russia). Pronouns as a means of emotional influence on the audience [Russian] — 11:10 – 11:40

Section 1. Language specificity of various institutional and interpersonal discourses

October 22, 2020, Thursday, 12:00 – 15:00 | Moderator: Tatyana Vodovatova | Procedure: presentation – up to 10 minutes, questions/answers – up to 5 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 697 601 4140, Meeting password: 25121971

Timur Akishev, University, MS (USA). Interjectional Code-switching in Russian-English Bilinguals [English]

Ekaterina Belkina, Samara (Russia). Textual specificity of Instagram blogs [Russian]

Julia Borodina, Minsk (Belarus). The verb modality in blogs about beauty and health as a pragmatic element of communication with the reader [Russian]

Tatyana Vodovatova, Samara (Russia). Semantic modeling of texts [Russian]

Igor Gerashchenko, Volgograd (Russia), Alena Gerashchenko, Moscow (Russia). Hermeneutics of legal texts [Russian]

Sergey Gubanov, Samara (Russia). Adjective metonymy: cognitive aspect [Russian]

Alla Levonyuk, Brest (Belarus). Literary aphorism as a transmitter of ethnic and cultural information [Russian]

Lubov Osadchaya, St. Petersburg (Russia). Memes about 2020 graduates as a way of youth communication [Russian]

Saltanat Sugirbekova, Almaty (Kazakhstan), Amer Mohamed Ahmed, Cairo (Egypt). Some socio-cultural phenomena in the kinship naming system in Russian and Arabic [Russian]

Xiaoli Chen, Olga Svetlova, Kirov (Russia). Proper names as a specific phenomenon in a literary text (on the material of Anton Chekhov’s novella “The Duel”) [Russian]

Section 2. The multidimensional communicative environment: discursive practices and genres

October 22, 2020, Thursday, 12:00 – 15:00 | Moderator: Anastasiia Stepanova | Procedure: presentation – up to 10 minutes, questions/answers – up to 5 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 340 643 8355, Meeting password: 314159

Olga Zaytseva, Moscow (Russia). Constructing of sexual identity in sexting [Russian]

Alix Kraminitz, Washington, DC (USA). Joking with an unseen audience: Conversational humor in roundtable discussion podcasts [English]

Oxana Maximtchik, Samara (Russia). The what, why and how of cultural awareness: a professional approach to teaching professionals [English]

Vera Rukomoynikova, Yoshkar-Ola (Russia). Genre specifics of Instagram blogs [Russian]

Ulyana Ryseva, Baojie Qin, Kirov (Russia). Street names in Kirov as an object of linguistic research [Russian]

Natalia Skorobach, Samara (Russia). Modality of doubt: from semantics to pragmatics [Russian]

Evgeniya Starostina, Saratov (Russia). Studying the dynamics of linguistic consciousness on the basis of associative reactions [Russian]

Anastasiia Stepanova, Samara (Russia). Structural and semantic types of parenthetical and expletive elements in the news texts in English [Russian]

Yulia Stroeva, Samara (Russia). Linguistic and extralinguistic features of the English discourse of aviation radio-communication [Russian]

Leya Usmanova, St. Petersburg (Russia). Suicide memes as a form of black humor on the Internet [Russian]

Alina Filatova, Samara (Russia). Markers of subjectivity in narratives about sexual scandals in the English language media [Russian]

Section 3. Language and communication in the current geopolitical situation

October 22, 2020, Thursday, 12:00 – 15:00 | Moderator: Andrey Kirillov | Procedure: presentation – up to 10 minutes, questions/answers – up to 5 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 994 053 0830, Meeting password: 25121971

Zsuzsanna Zsubrinszky, Budapest (Hungary). How “China’s story is told well” in digital media [English]

Andrey Kirillov, Samara (Russia). Dynamics of the U.S. political discourse of the 20th-21st cc.: key concepts (on the material of inaugural speeches) [Russian]

Olga Kolomiytseva, Samara (Russia). Graphical implementation of the intersemioticity category in the newspaper discourse of Germany and the USA [Russian]

Fatima Zohra Moussa Sassi, Sfax (Tunisia). Is this person trying to manipulate us? [English]

Kristina Nemtseva, Togliatti (Russia). Accusation as a speech act and its means of expression in English language legal texts [Russian]

Alexander Pastukhov, Orel (Russia). On some instruments for determining the dynamics of modern media products [Russian]

Olga Pronitsyna, Victoria Pronitsyna, Tver (Russia). Language and communication in the current European geopolitical situation on the example of Francophone regions [Russian]

Vera Rukomoynikova, Yoshkar-Ola (Russia). Features of political media communication (on the example of Russian governors’ Instagram accounts) [Russian]


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