Article 13214

Title of the article

LANGUAGE PERSONALITY OF THE SUBJECT AND OBJECT OF MANIPULATIVE ACTS: SYNTACTIC ASPECT (BASED ON CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH OF FOLK TALES) 

Authors

Gulyaykina Svetlana Olegovna, Canidate of philological sciences, associate professor, sub-department of English language, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), gulyaykina@list.ru 

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801.1, 801.7

Abstract

Background. A phenomenon of interpersonal manipulation has been greatly dis-cussed among the scientists lately. The language personality of the speaker being the subject of verbal manipulations is still the matter of concern, as it is not fully studied in interpersonal communication (M. R. Bityanova, V. N. Kunitsina, D. Myers) or mass communication (S. G. Kara-Murza, G. G. Pocheptsov, G. Shiller). The subject – object opposition in a manipulative act is also to be studied more thoroughly with regard to the linguistic set of manipulative means used by the speakers. The purpose of the paper is to compare the verbal behavior of the manipulative act participants, being representatives of different linguistic cultures.
Materials and methods. Russian and English folk tales‟ contexts containing ver-bal manipulative acts are the material for the linguistic analysis. The contextual and stylistic analyses as well as the comparative method are used in the research.
Results. The article presents the comparative analysis of the subject‟s and ob-ject‟s statements constructing manipulative influence of contexts cited from English and Russian folk tales. The author studied the peculiarities of syntactic functioning of the statements and their elements demonstrating the verbal behavior of the lan-guage personality.
Conclusions. The verbal behavior of the language personality presented by the subject-speaker and object-speaker in manipulations is best realized in syntactic functioning of the language. Structural differences in the statement construction are conditioned by the linguistic peculiarities of the compared languages‟ syntax which is to a certain degree determined by the cultural particularities. 

Key words

language personality, manipulative influence, folk tale, statement, syntactic organization. 

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