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SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SUBJECT USE OF SLANG AND ABBREVIATIONS IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING SOCIAL NETWORKS
Форма представленияСтатьи в зарубежных журналах и сборниках
Год публикации2017
Языканглийский
  • Мухаметзянова Флера Габдульбаровна, автор
  • Сайфулина Флера Сагитовна, автор
  • Хайрутдинов Рамиль Равилович, автор
  • Библиографическое описание на языке оригинала Khairutdinov Ramil Ravilovich, Mukhametzyanova Flera Gabdulbarovna, Gaysina Alsu Rustemovna, Socio-psychological characteristics of the subject use of slang and abbreviations in english-speaking social networks//TURKISH ONLINE JOURNAL OF DESIGN ART AND COMMUNICATION. - 2017. - Vol.7, Is.. - P.832-839.
    Аннотация society, and along with this new slang of users appeared: a new vocabulary, with reduced forms of words domination, abbreviations, «emoticons«, spelling has changed punctuation and grammar. But not for every user of the Internet space can know such lexical structures. This article seeks to reveal socio-psychological characteristics of the subject use of slang and abbreviations in the English-speaking social networks as a kind of Internet communication. The leading method is a synthesis method for comparing the studied materials with practical research. This method allows us to consider this issue as a spontaneous process of change in the modern English language, not only in professional, but also in general cultural environment under the influence of the socio-psychological characteristics of users. The structure of the article under discussion involves identifying the features of modern English in English-speaking
    Ключевые слова education, language, communication, slang, subject, student, teacher, teaching
    Название журнала TURKISH ONLINE JOURNAL OF DESIGN ART AND COMMUNICATION
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