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Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36)

§ Russian language. languages of peoples of russia

Antonina S. Shcherbak, Juanjuan Guo Features of the functioning of onyms in the handwriting of G.R. Derzhavin // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 720-728. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-720-728.

§ Русский язык. языки народов россии

Irina V. Ostroverkhaia Intraspecific homofelisonyms // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 729-739. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-729-739.

§ Russian language. languages of peoples of russia

Maria M. Kharchenko About the process of lexical dearhaization // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 740-748. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-740-748.

Xian Du Interjections and interjection complexes in the plays of A.N. Ostrovsky // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 749-759. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-749-759.

Irina M. Filatova Types of formal variants of words in the lexical system of Don patois of the Volgograd region // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 760-766. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-760-766.

Marina V. Terskikh, Olga A. Zaytseva Didactic potential of authentic advertising texts in Russian as a foreign language classes // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 767-778. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-767-778.

§ Languages of peoples of foreign countries (germanic languages)

Alexandra V. Urazmetova The role of numerals in the formation and functioning of the toponymic system: complex approach // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 779-788. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-779-788.

Maria M. Pentsova Folkloric characters in toponyms of Scotland: linguocognitive aspect // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 789-798. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-789-798.

§ Russian literature and literature of peoples of russian federation

Anna S. Lashcheva “Galchonok” magazine as a space for children’s creativity // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 799-813. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-799-813.

Petr A. Goncharov “Native on Fatherland”: A. Solzhenitsyn in V. Astafiev’s view (on the material of letters and journalism) // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 814-821. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-814-821.

Liudmila E. Khvorova Yu.S. Semenov: from “Seventeen Moments of Spring” to “The Third Map”. “Encryption” of historical facts // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 822-834. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-822-834.

Alexander G. Kovalenko, Jiarui Hu Dystopia or Transgression? (Two readings of V. Sorokin’s story “The Blizzard”) // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 835-844. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-835-844.

Svetlana Y. Zhutova, Nataliya V. Sorokina Plot transformation of “Mozart and Salieri” tragedy by A.S. Pushkin in the story “Pi Day” by N. Dashevskaya // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 845-854. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-845-854.

§ Journalism

Vitaly T. Tretyakov Pleasure before business. About the carnival code of modern television communication // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 855-864. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-855-864.

Elena E. Pronina Professional identity and problems of novice journalists // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 865-877. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-865-877.

Sergey N. Ilchenko Russia vs Europe: N.Y. Danilevsky’s version. Possibilities of modern media interpretation // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 878-885. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-878-885.

Ekaterina A. Zvereva Changes in the magazine segment of the domestic media industry in 2022–2023: rebranding of glossy publications // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 886-901. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-886-901.

Elena N. Klemenova, Angela V. Mukha Compositional and graphic model of the literary and artistic magazine “Don” // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 902-913. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-902-913.

Roman P. Bakanov, Kamilla A. Nurutdinova Methods of manipulating public opinion when covering political events by Russian and German’s radio stations // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 914-930. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-914-930.

§ Media communication

Alla M. Shesterina On the issue of new media typology // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 931-939. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-931-939.

Anna V. Beloedova, Tatyana V. Dubrovskaya, Evgeny A. Kozhemyakin, Yan I. Tyazhlov Reception of academic web texts: experimental study // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 940-958. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-940-958.

Malaik S.-M. Mashaev, Anna E. Bazanova Screen communication in the context of the video essay genre // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 959-969. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-959-969.

Dmitry A. Sterlikov Features of network video content naming // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 970-978. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-970-978.

Elena N. Klemenova, Natalia I. Fedoseeva The role of regional media in urban community development // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 979-988. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-979-988.

Alina E. Dyatlova, Sergey N. Ilchenko Transformation of dialogic genres in the online space: analysis and development prospects // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 989-997. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-989-997.

§ Theory and history of culture

Lyudmila A. Pronina, Antonina S. Shcherbak “Soft power” of the Russian language: cultural aspect // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 998-1008. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-998-1008.

Galina A. Bauder, Lyudmila I. Polunina Russian character in symbols and markers of folk ethnicity // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 1009-1016. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-1009-1016.

Lin Ye, Yitong Liu Scientific views of R.O. Jacobson in the paradigm of text-linguistics // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 1017-1025. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-1017-1025.

Irina N. Sertakova Mission and vision of modern universities: comparative analysis on the example of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Tokyo // Neofilology. Tambov, 2023. Vol. 9. № 4 (36). P. 1026-1034. DOI: 10.20310/2587-6953-2023-9-4-1026-1034.

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