Artistic Political Discourse and its Regulatory Impact

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Linguistic Studies
Volume 40(2), 2020, pp. 
41-49

Artistic Political Discourse and its Regulatory Impact

Halaur Svitlana, Yakubenko Iryna

Article first published online: December 01, 2020 


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 Author Information: 

Halaur Svitlana, Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of Department of General Linguistics and Foreign Languages at National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”. Correspondence: svitlana.galaur@gmail.com

Yakubenko Iryna, Candidate of Philology, Senior lecturer of Department of General Linguistics and Foreign Languages at National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”. Correspondence: iryna.yakubenko1@gmail.com

Citation: 
Halaur, S., Yakubenko, I. Artistic Political Discourse and its Regulatory Impact [Text] // Linhvistychni Studiyi / Linguistic Studies : collection of scientific papers / Vasyl' Stus 
Donetsk National University; Ed. by Anatoliy Zahnitko. Vinnytsia : Vasyl' Stus DonNU, 2020. Vol. 40(2). Pp. 41-49. ISBN 966-7277-88-7

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31558/1815-3070.2020.40.2.5

Publication History:

Volume first published online: December 01, 2020
Article received: July 01, 2020, accepted: August 01, 2020 and first published online: December 01, 2020

Annotation.

Порушено проблему політичного різновиду дискурсу, який інтенсивно завойовує позиції пріоритетного в житті суспільства й навіть репрезентує себе в художній літературі. Роз-глянуто регулятивність як особливий вплив у художньому політичному дискурсі. Установ-лено регулятивні засоби, що стимулюють мовно-мисленнєву діяльність читача та стають основою для майбутнього моделювання концептів. Особливу увагу звернено на суспільно-політичну лексику, дисфемізми, суспільно-політичні метафори, антитезу.

Keywords: discourse, political discourse in fiction, category of influence, regulativity, regulativity means of political discourse in fiction.



Abstract.

POLITICAL DISCOURSE IN FICTION AND ITS REGULATIVITY INFLUENCE

Svitlana Halaur

Department of General Linguistics and Foreign Languages, National University “Yuri Kond­ratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”, Poltava, Ukraine.

Iryna Yakubenko

Department of General Linguistics and Foreign Languages, National University “Yuri Kond­ratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”, Poltava, Ukraine.

Abstract

Background: The concept of discourse as a complex communicative phenomenon dominates in various fields of modern linguistics. Nowadays, the problem of political discourse that is intensively gaining its priority in the life of society and even manifests itself in fiction is important.

Purpose: The aim of the paper is to analyze regulativity as a special influence in political discourse in fiction.

Results: Regulativity is a subcategory of the category of influence and actively manifests itself in political discourse in fiction. The regulativity tools facilitate correct interpretation of political images by stimulating the language and thought activity of the reader and becoming the basis for future modeling of concepts. Regulativity means are always explicit and represented in the analyzed texts of fiction in sociopolitical vocabulary, dysphemisms, metaphor, and antithesis.

Sociopolitical vocabulary verbalizes sociopolitical realities in the political discourse in fiction. This vocabulary most often nominates phenomena and facts of the national-state and national-territorial system, state transformations, foreign policy and diplomatic practice, and social movements throughout the country. The presence of dysphemisms in the literary text indicates the process of language aggression in all spheres of human life. Sociopolitical metaphors are perhaps the most powerful resource in shaping public opinion. Antithesis as a simple way of expressing contradictions shows a high degree of suggestibility.

Discussion: The category of influence in political discourse in fiction requires a more detailed study of the writer-addressee’s communicative strategies represented by regulativity means.

Keywords: discourse, political discourse in fiction, category of influence, regulativity, regulativity means of political discourse in fiction.

Vitae. Svitlana Halaur is a Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of Department of General Linguistics and Foreign Languages at National University “Yuri Kond­ratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”. Her areas of research interests include functional linguistics, text linguistics, and linguistic pragmatics.

Correspondence: svitlana.galaur@gmail.com

Vitae. Iryna Yakubenko is a Candidate of Philology, Senior lecturer of Department of Gene­ral Linguistics and Foreign Languages at National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic”. Her areas of research interests include German syntax, text linguistics, communicative linguistics, linguistic stylistics, linguopragmatics, psycholinguistics.

Correspondence: iryna.yakubenko1@gmail.com


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