ПОЛИТИЧЕСКАЯ ЛИНГВИСТИКА: ГИБРИДНАЯ НАУКА ИЛИ АВТОНОМНОЕ НАУЧНОЕ НАПРАВЛЕНИЕ?

Translated title of the contribution: POLITICAL LINGUISTICS: HYBRID SCIENCE OR AUTONOMOUS RESEARCH AREA?

Елена Анатольевна Нахимова, Олег Георгиевич Скворцов

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The paper reviews the monograph “Theory and Methods of Linguistic Analysis of Political Text” (executive editor A.P. Chudinov, Ekaterinburg, 2016). The aim of the book under review is to determine the object, subject, theory and methodology of political linguistics, and its place among the interconnected disciplines. The monograph consists of three chapters: “General Questions of Political Linguistics”, “Methodology and Methods of National Political Linguistics Studies”, and “Methodology and Methods of Political Communication Studies Abroad”. The first chapter defines the status of political linguistics and other “hybrid” linguistics, examines the question of political linguistics methodology, and reviews the activities of the scientific school “Political Linguistics”. The second chapter describes the areas of focus in the political linguistics: semiotic analysis, linguistic and pragmatic analysis, genre analysis, linguistic political prognostics, study of historical dynamics of metaphorical systems, comparative analysis of political texts, and linguistic and political personology. The third chapter presents a review of the leading methodological approaches to the study of political communication in foreign linguistics: cognitive methodology, rhetorical methodology, critical discourse analysis, psycholinguistic methodology, content analysis, and corpus linguistics (quantitative methods). The monograph under review allows the author to make the conclusion that theory and methods of linguistic analysis of political text can make a claim for a scientific discipline with its own research and conceptual apparatus, being connected with other branches of linguistics at that.
Translated title of the contributionPOLITICAL LINGUISTICS: HYBRID SCIENCE OR AUTONOMOUS RESEARCH AREA?
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)179-185
Number of pages7
JournalПолитическая лингвистика
Issue number4 (76)
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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