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ON PLATE-MAKING WITHIN NEGATIVE ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN SPANISH JOURNALISTIC TEXT

Karamova Lilia Kamoevna1, Kondratova Maria Anatolievna1
1Peoples ' Friendship University of Russia, Science faculty

Abstract
Creating language representation in Russia, central Spanish and Hispanic media uses such epithets as “authoritarian”, “hostile”, “militant”, “backward”, “insatiable”; such nouns qualifying its position and action as “aggression”, “expansion”, “annexation”, “conquest”. Similar linguistic resources in the humanity’ perception creates a dense negative aura around the Russian Federation. However, the negativity in some cases is recently interrupted, that strengthens hopes for a derogation from the pejorative patterns and gradual formation of a more objective verbal image of the country, which would reflect the tolerance, advocated everywhere.

Keywords: image, intercultural competence, negative characteristic, stereotype, verbal means


Category: Linguistics

Article reference:
On plate-making within negative attitude towards the Russian Federation in Spanish journalistic text // Humanities scientific researches. 2016. № 3 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2016/03/14360

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