NOMINALIZATION AS THE CATEGORY OF THE LITERARY AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE (TO THE QUESTION OF NATIONAL AND CULTURAL SPECIFICITY OF CONCEPTUALIZATION OF REALITY IN RUSSIAN)

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List of sections: 
Philological sciences - Open specialized section
Mounth / Year: 
2016, мая
Issue of the journal: 
10
Pages: 
51-54
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Code: 
-
Abstract: 

In the report the author considers issues of the semantic and syntactic organization of the literary and written language. Nominalization is usually considered as a kind of common-language process of elimination of the subject-agent by means of transformation of a predicative design into the nominal one; it serves as a mechanism of updating of a fact-forming component in the discursive activity of the speaker. The author substantiates the statement that it isn’t linguistically reasonable to see the manifestation of any special Russian mentality in elimination of the subject-agent.

Keywords: 
literary and written language, nominalization, discourse, agent, pro-position, impersonality, event.
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