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LEXICAL MEANS OF NOMINATION OF THE EMOTIONAL CONCEPT “FEAR” IN THE KAZAKH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES

Year 2021, Volume: 7 Issue: 21, 560 - 565, 31.12.2021
https://doi.org/10.18769/ijasos.1025461

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Abstract
This study presents the nominations of the emotional concept "fear" on the material of the Kazakh and English languages. The means of linguistic representation of the concept are analyzed on the basis of the definitions of the main lexemes in explanatory dictionaries, dictionaries of synonyms and examples from fiction. Comparative analysis of the concept identifies the national-cultural specifics and peculiarities of the perception of the concept. Lexical means of nomination in the Kazakh and English languages reflect physiological processes at the moment of experiencing the emotion, the reasons, intensity and subsequent emotional state of a person. The relevance of this research is determined by the modern general theoretical problems of linguistics, its interest in the problems of the interaction of language, thinking and culture, also by the focus on the study of fragments of the picture of the world through their linguistic representations. Fear is one of the basic emotional concepts that make up the core of the linguistic worldview. Basic emotions are universal, so are emotional concepts. However, emotional concepts are characterized by national and cultural specificity, which is reflected in the semantic differentiation associated with the assessment and comprehension of the people. Research prospects consist in further study of the structure and semantics of the concept “fear” (“қорқыныш/ fear”), in a more in-depth study of complex studies of the concept's verbalization in linguistic consciousness.

Supporting Institution

Sh. Ualikhanov Kokshetau University, Kazakhstan

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Year 2021, Volume: 7 Issue: 21, 560 - 565, 31.12.2021
https://doi.org/10.18769/ijasos.1025461

Abstract

References

  • Askoldov, S.A. (1997) Concept and word. Russian literature. From the theory of literature to the structure of the text.
  • Anthology, ed. prof. V.P. Unsigned. M. Academia, 267-89.
  • Comte Sponville, A. (2012) Philosophical Dictionary. Moscow: Eterna,.
  • Courtney, R. (1983) Longman Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs. Longman.
  • Frumkina, R.M. (1995). Does the modern linguistics have epistemology? The language and science of the end of the XX cent. / Ed. by StepanovY.S. M: IYAZ RAS, Russian State Humanitarian University.
  • Golovin, S.Yu. (1998) Dictionary of the Practical Psychologist. Minsk: Harvest
  • Hornby, A.S. Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English. Oxford University Press.
  • Kazakh tilinin tusindirme sozdigi (2008) Dyk-Press. Almaty, 968.
  • Kazakh adebi tilinin sozdigi. 10-volume (2011). Almaty.
  • Kazakh adebi tilinin sozdigi. 4th volume (2007). Almaty: Arys,.
  • Kazakh tіlіnің қysқasha etymologylyқ sozdіgі. (1966). Almaty: Kazakh SSR-nyn Gylym Baspasy,
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  • Practical English Dictionary (1995) Second Edition. Oxford University Press,674.
  • Suleimenova, E. D., Shaimerdenova, N. Zh. (2002)Dictionary of sociolinguistic terms. Almaty: Kazakh University, 170.
  • Shaklein, V. M. (1998) Linguocultural situation: structure and issues of historical reconstruction. Thesis..
  • Shakhovsky, V.I. (1996) Emotional Cultural Concepts: Parallels and Contrasts. Linguistic personality: cultural concepts. Volgograd.
  • Telia, V.N. (1996). Russian phraseology. Semantic, pragmatic and linguistic – cultural aspects. M.: School "Languages of Russian Culture".
  • The New Encyclopedia Britannica. - Encyclopaedia Britannica 15th edition (2006) // www.britannica.com
  • Vezhbitskaya, A. (1996). Language. Culture. Cognition. Moscow: Russian dictionaries.
  • Webster's Third New International Dictionaryby Philip Babcock Gove (Editor)
  • Webster's New Practical Dictionary (1953) G&C Merriam Co.
  • Webster Universal Dictionary (1977) Consolidated / Webster's Universal Press, Unabridged edition.

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Primary Language English
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Dinara RYSPAYEVA

Gulnara AKHMETOVA

Gulsaule KAİRAT

Aidana ASHİMOVA

Project Number АР08052732
Publication Date December 31, 2021
Submission Date November 18, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021Volume: 7 Issue: 21

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EndNote RYSPAYEVA D, AKHMETOVA G, KAİRAT G, ASHİMOVA A (December 1, 2021) LEXICAL MEANS OF NOMINATION OF THE EMOTIONAL CONCEPT “FEAR” IN THE KAZAKH AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. IJASOS- International E-journal of Advances in Social Sciences 7 21 560–565.

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