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Archive of Published Issues: 2021
- No. 22 (2021): Cognition, Communication, Discourse. Series “Philology”
- No. 23 (2021): Cognition, Communication, Discourse. Series “Philology”
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|Title||Cognition, Communication, Discourse|
|Publisher||V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University|
|Description||This issue focuses on the results of research of Ukrainian, Armenian and Russian linguists addressing the basic principles and methods of cognitive and discursive analysis; artistic, teleonomic and mythological linguistic concepts; means of evaluative argumentation, means of empathy, communicative silence in discourse; culture of speech and on the linguist-joker as a linguistic personality on the material of Ukrainian, English, German, French, Armenian and Russian languages.|
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