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ALRJournal. 2021; 5(1): 125-129 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2021.91489

Phraseological Units In Political Communication (Based On Electronic Mass Media Sources)

L.G. Khismatullina, V.N Khisamova, D. Khuzina
Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation

In the modern age of globalization and wealth of information, when interest in politics is growing, the study of political discourse, its typology and genre features, basic concepts of politics, phraseological semantics and syntactics of political texts gains importance. Based on the anthropological and linguocultural approaches, political discourse is considered as a multi-faceted complex of speech actions in the socio-cultural and historical space, the achievement of which depends on the choice of linguistic means, among whom phraseological units are of great significance. The article is aimed at analyzing the functioning of phraseological units in political texts presented by Russian and English electronic media. Comparative discourse analysis implemented in the research helped to demonstrate the phraseology of political texts and identify general characteristics of the use of political phraseological units in two genetically non-relative languages. As the analysis showed, the main features of phraseological units in political communication include informative saturation, emotional coloring and evaluation, figurativeness, violation of the principle of impenetrability and high degree of variability. In both Russian and English electronic publications, the main function of phraseological units is to make political language expressive, actualize the key message of the text, expand the structural, semantic and stylistic boundaries of political phraseology.

Keywords: linguistics, political communication, phraseological unit, mass media, discourse analysis

L.G. Khismatullina, V.N Khisamova, D. Khuzina. Phraseological Units In Political Communication (Based On Electronic Mass Media Sources). ALRJournal. 2021; 5(1): 125-129

Corresponding Author: L.G. Khismatullina, Russia
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