2021

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2nd International Conference “Language. Text. Society”

October 21-22, 2021, to be held online. All times are Samara Standard Time (UTC+4).

Conference Program

Plenary meeting

October 21, 2021, Thursday, 10:00 – 11:10 | Moderator: Andrey Kirillov | Procedure: presentation – 20 minutes, questions/answers – 10 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 870 4939 1477, Meeting password: 575613

Welcome address — 10:00 – 10:10

Mohammed Naoua, El Oued (Algeria) The Interpretation of Language with Reference to the Social Context: From Hymes back to Ibn Khaldun [English] — 10:10 – 10:40

Ksenija Bogetić, Belgrade (Serbia) Over 20 years of using corpus methods in language and gender research: Advantages, challenges, and hidden pitfalls from a South Slavic language perspective [English] — 10:40 – 11:10

Section 1. Language and discourse: a theoretical aspect

October 21, 2021, Thursday, 12:00 – 15:00 | Moderator: Tatyana Vodovatova | Procedure: presentation – 10 minutes, questions/answers – 5 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 834 1501 6134, Meeting password: 428778

Tatyana Vodovatova, Samara (Russia). Text type as a parameter of speech genre description (on the material of speech genre “prohibition” in various types of English-speaking texts) [Russian]

Anastasiia Moskaleva, Samara (Russia). Precedence as a way of implementing the category of polymodality in Instagram discourse [Russian]

Ekaterina Vlasova, Odintsovo (Russia). The British communicative environment. Understatement and overstatement [Russian]

Vladislava Olkhovskaya, Samara (Russia). The axiological component of the “British lady” linguocultural type [Russian]

Irina Murzinova, Volgograd (Russia). Linguistic features of the linguocultural type “elderly person” in the US film discourse [Russian]

Diana Rakhman, Samara (Russia). The concept of “repentance” in English psalms [Russian]

Darina Grigoryeva, Samara (Russia). Analysis of lexical-semantic groups in Pepsi advertising slogans [Russian]

Timur Akishev, University, MS (USA). -ING loans in Kazakh: secondary Anglicisms or next-gen Russianisms? [English]

Larisa Molchkova, Samara (Russia). Blending as a productive word formation type in the 21st century [Russian]

Section 2. Discourse in today’s multicultural world

October 21, 2021, Thursday, 12:00 – 15:00 | Moderator: Andrey Kirillov | Procedure: presentation – 10 minutes, questions/answers – 5 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 868 9593 5797, Meeting password: 896363

Michał Garcarz, Wrocław (Poland). Legal Discourse in the Era of ‘Plain Language’: COVID-19’s Legacy [English]

Andrey Kirillov, Samara (Russia). Fake news: from satire to disinformation [Russian]

Olga Zaytseva, Moscow (Russia). The use of emoji symbols in sexual communication (on the material of the Russian- and English-language sexts corpus) [Russian]

Mikhail Gavrilin, Samara (Russia). Modeling speech genres as exemplified by the speech genre “prohibition” in German [Russian]

Liudmila Titova, Yaroslavl (Russia). The use of speech aggression by the mass media as the main method of forming a negative image of Russia [Russian]

Asimina Stavridi, Athens (Greece). Hate Comments seen through Impoliteness and Hate Speech [English]

Éva Szabó, Szeged (Hungary). Verbal aggression as an impression management tactic in Hungarian political debate shows [English]

Stanislav Sheshunov, Samara (Russia). Conceptosphere of song discourse in country music [Russian]

Section 3. Linguistics: applied perspective

October 21, 2021, Thursday, 12:00 – 15:00 | Moderator: Larisa Molchkova | Procedure: presentation – 10 minutes, questions/answers – 5 minutes | Link to the conference. Meeting ID: 882 9453 9810, Meeting password: 992199

Raisa Urunova, Kazan (Russia). The role of the information space in the formation of competencies at the present stage [Russian]

Nataliia Mastakova, Yaroslavl (Russia). The relevance of using various resources emphasizing the difference between British English and American English in non-linguistic universities in the current geopolitical situation [Russian]

Yulia Kolobanova, Daria Permyakova, Yaroslavl (Russia). The use of universal communication in a multicultural world [Russian]

Oxana Maximtchik, Samara (Russia). Elementary school dictionary of false friends [Russian]

Asma Nesba, El Oued (Algeria). The Student-to-Teacher Electronic Discourse: Conformity to the Genre Conventions [English]

Eunjeong Park, Suncheon (Republic of Korea). Corpus-aided Instruction for ESL/EFL Learners [English]

Natalia Timko, Odintsovo (Russia). Understanding Translation as the Process of Transmitting Culturally-Bound Specifics of the Source Text [Russian]


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