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ERIC Number: EJ1119817
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016
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Identity as an Element of Human and Language Universes: Axiological Aspect
Zheltukhina, Marina R.; Vikulova, Larisa G.; Serebrennikova, Evgenia F.; Gerasimova, Svetlana A.; Borbotko, Liudmila A.
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, v11 n17 p10413-10422 2016
Interest to axiosphere as the sphere of values and its correlation with the ever-progressive noosphere as sphere of knowledge of a person is due to comprehension of the modern period in the evolution of society. The aim of the article is to describe an axiological aspect of the research of identity as an element of human and language universes. The material of research is made by the term identity and the ways of its representation in Russian and French (nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives). For achievement of a goal of research, we use the cognitive, discursive and semantic approaches to the studying of the axiological aspect of the identity. The article deals with the modern linguistic axiological analysis and offers a detailed account of "ethnosemimetry" as one of its possible implementations. The work specifies the principles and contexts of the method employment and features an axiological analysis of the lexeme "identity" in the French and Russian languages. The term "identity" is in the spotlight of the modern anthropocentric vector of research. It is recommended that interdisciplinary development of research of "identity" should include complex methods of analysis of the identity as an element of human and language universes.
Descriptors: Correlation, Content Analysis, French, Russian, Semantics, Nouns, Interdisciplinary Approach, Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Verbs, Form Classes (Languages)
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