КОНЦЕПТ DISRESPECT: СОДЕРЖАНИЕ И ЯЗЫКОВАЯ РЕПРЕЗЕНТАЦИЯ

Translated title of the contribution: Concept disrespect: Structure and linguistic representation

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Abstract

Using texts by English-speaking authors of the second half of the XX - early XXI century, several English language corpora and data from a psycholinguistic experiment, the paper aims at exploring the structure of the concept DISRESPECT and the modern means of its linguistic representation. The research methods used include contextual, cognitive and linguistic corpus analyses. The concept is shown as belonging to two cognitive domains - MENTAL STATE and HUMAN BEHAVIOUR. The authors identified a number of components denoted as subconcepts within the concept structure, and demonstrated that the concept is verbalized through its subconcepts at different levels - from word to text. Numerous linguistic means of representing the concept belonging to different grammatical classes are discussed and compared to the means found in mid-XIX - early XX century texts. The paper also identifies a list of personal qualities and patterns of behaviour associated with disrespect in the mind of modern speakers of English. Overall
Translated title of the contributionConcept disrespect: Structure and linguistic representation
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)141-150
Number of pages10
JournalВОПРОСЫ КОГНИТИВНОЙ ЛИНГВИСТИКИ
Volume2019
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - 2019

Scopus subject areas

  • Language and Linguistics
  • Linguistics and Language

Keywords

  • cognitive context
  • cognitive domain
  • concept
  • concept structure
  • linguistic representation
  • psycholinguistic experiment
  • subconcept
  • когнитивная область
  • когнитивный контекст
  • концепт
  • психолингвистический эксперимент
  • структура концепта
  • субконцепт
  • языковая репрезентация

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