Rhetorical strategies of Russian discourse in Kazakhstan
Thepaper presents an analysis of the rhetoricalstrategies of modern Kazakh discourse. The language in the post-Soviet discourse, as this paper proves, is no longer a phenomenon of culture and serves only as a means of fixating and transmitting information. On the material of publicistic, domestic and fiction discourses, the article revealed verbal strategies of post-Soviet discourse. These include logic-chopping, language of beauracracy and simulative anthropocentric interpretation.
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