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Influence of national characteristics on the formation of conceptual structure of diplomatic style

A. Amirbekova, F. Ismailova, K. Yessenova, G. Yersultanova, G. Kenzhebaeva
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UDC 808                    


Amirbekova Aigul,

Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor

Baitursynov Institute of Linguistics (Almaty, Kazakhstan)


Ismailova Fariza,

Doctoral student

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)


Yessenova Kalbike,

Doctor of Philology, Professor

Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)


Yersultanova Gauhar,

Candidate of Philology, Senior Lecturer

Almaty Management University (Almaty, Kazakhstan)


Kenzhebaeva Guldariga,

Candidate of Pedagogy, Associate Professor,

Leading Researcher

Altynsarin National Academy of Education (Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan)



The purpose of the article is to form a conceptual structure of the diplomatic style. The diplomatic style is not diplomatic discourse. Both are two different categories. The parameters of diplomatic communication for modern society differ in style. Diplomacy is a diplomatic tactic not only in relations between states but also in the management of social groups and interpersonal relations. Successful diplomatic communication requires effective strategy and tactical skills. Because diplomatic communication is a socio-political relationship, it has a style. The article presents a conceptual structure typical of the diplomatic style. First, the stylistic structure of the diplomatic language was determined, gestures and facial expressions used in diplomatic relations were analyzed. Types of negotiations, the characteristics of a diplomat — the characteristics of a leader were identified. The etiquette of diplomatic speech was defined. The etiquette of diplomatic uniforms has been clarified. All this proved to be a conceptual structure of diplomatic style. Diplomacy of agreement and compromise is not only a peacemaker but also a commercial interest, an invitation to trade, publication, distribution‎.

Keywords: diplomatic style, diplomatic leaders, diplomatic dress etiquette, diplomatic etiquette, negotiations, rhetorical etiquette.



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