SOVIET IDENTITY IN DISCOURSE OF KAZAKHSTAN

Gazinur Gizdatov

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The present article is dedicated to an analysis of Soviet identity in the discourse of modern Kazakhstan. The language in the post-Soviet discourse, as it is shown in this paper, is no longer a phenomenon of culture and serves only as a means of capturing and transmitting information. By linguistic manifestations of the last true desire for common stereotypes, standard and tarnish language. In this article (based on publicity, domestic and artistic discourses) identified the main speech strategy in post-Soviet discourse. That include logic-chopping, Offices and simulative anthropocentric interpretation.


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cognitive models; discourse; speech strategies; rhetorical features

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1344/AFLM2015.5.3

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