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Phraseoderivatology: phraseosemantics in the context of derivational morphology (based on G.D. Grebenshikov’s American texts)

T.S. Khrebtova, N.V. Khalina
80,00 Р

 

https://doi.org/10.20339/PhS.4-19.025

 

Khrebtova Tatiana S.,

Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor of the Foreign

Languages Department

Altai State University

e-mail: hrebtova.tanya2016@yandex.ru

 

Khalina Nataliya V.,

Doctor  of Philology, Professor оf the Public Relations and Advertising Department

Altai State University

e-mail: nkhalina@yandex.ru

 

The object of this research is George Grebenstchikoff’s texts viewed through the prism of phraseological representation in the English cultural context of the phraseological picture of the Russian world and the peculiarities of the Russian mentality. We consider the phraseological image and the phraseosemantic field as units of construction and reproduction of the Russian mentality. The process of transforming the Russian picture of the world into idioms of American culture and American everyday reality is studied as a derivational process in its understanding within the framework of derivational morphology. Derivational morphology — the linguistic direction actively developing in the last decade — is designed to coordinate in a single theoretical and empirical space the description of non-identical language systems in terms of derivational techniques, system transformations in the derivation of the word basis and morphological models as models of derivational ones. Study of the phraseosemantic fields of Grebenstchikoff’s American texts is considered as an initial stage of theoretical and terminological development in the sphere of the derivational morphology of the subteria “phraseo-derivatology”.

Keywords: phraseosemantics, phraseoscheme, derivational morphology, phraseological image, phraseosemantic field, phraseological derivation.

 

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