International Journal of Russian Studies

Uluslararası Rusya Araştırmaları Dergisi

ISSN: 1307 – 3419, Ankara – TÜRKİYE

Volume 5/1 January 2012

 

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 П.С.ГЛУШАКОВ

 

Title

 РОМАНС «ЧУДНЫЙ МЕСЯЦ ПЛЫВЁТ НАД РЕКОЙ…»  В ИСТОРИИ РУССКОЙ ПОЭЗИИ XIX-ХХ ВЕКОВ    pp. 1-13

 

Summary

 Romance “A Magic moon is floating over the river…” in the history of Russian poetry of XIX – XX centuries. This text became the leitmotiv for the whole line of works, emphasizing its connective with the world of music, the word sounding and pronouncing. “A Magic moon…” was perceived yet as a “gipsy romance”, giving the images of the poem the features of traditional for the Russian poetry “Gipsy theme”, pointing out A.Pushkin’s and A.Grigorjev”s, M.Lermontov’s, A.Fet’s, A. Block’s and N.Rubtzov’s names.

 

Key words: romance, Russian poetry, leitmotiv, M.Lermontov, A. Block, N.Rubtzov.

 


   А.Е.ЖУСУПОВ

 

Title

 АМБИВАЛЕНТНАЯ ОЦЕНОЧНОСТЬ (НА МАТЕРИАЛЕ КЗАХСКОГО ЯЗЫКА)    pp. 14-19

 

Summary

 The article devoted to ambivalent evaluation, which we related with occasional, partial-evaluated education. In some cases connection of polar assessments within one sign represents the fact of language.

 

Key words: ambivalent, occasional, customary, evaluation. 

 


  АЛЕКСЕЙ МИХАЛЁВ

 

Title

  РУССКИЕ В МОНГОЛИИ: МИФЫ И ОБРАЗЫ ДИАСПОРЫ В ДИСКУРСЕ РЕГИОНАЛЬНЫХ ПРЕССЫ    pp. 20-34

 

Summary

This article is devoted to problem of discourse-analysis of Russian Diaspora press. Peculiarity of a newspaper discourse consists that concepts expressed in it gradually get the tendency to turn to myths. To Mestnorussky the role of a conductor of the Russian interests in Mongolia is often attributed. The basis of this myth has been put in pawn in the XX-th century beginning when Russian colony in Mongolia represented the most active part of the population of this country and participated in all political events of that time. Later the most part of representatives of a pre-revolutionary community was lost during reprisals of 1930-1940-s' years, but the myth about these people continues to exist and today.

 

Keywords: Myths,  Images, Mongolia, Russian, Diaspora, Post-Soviet Period. 


 

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