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Introduction…………………………….
Chapter I.
I.I General notes on style and Stylistic…………………. I.II. General notes on functional styles of language…………… I.III. Publicistic style……………………………………… I.III.I Oratory and Speeches…………………………. I.III.II. The Essay…………………………………… I.III.III Journalistic Articles……………………………

Introduction:
Definition Publicistic style of speech represents a functional version of a literary language and will widely be applied in various spheres of a public life: in newspapers and magazines, on TV and radio, in public political performances, and public associations. Here it is necessary to add the political literature for the mass reader and documentary cinema. In various textbooks on stylistics publicistic style was called also journalese, political style. The name publicistic style is represented to more exact as other variants of the name define sphere of its functioning more narrowly. The name journalese speaks history of formation of the given style: its speech features were issued in periodic printing editions and first of all in newspapers. However today this style functions not only in printing, but also in electronic mass media: also it would be fair to name it television style. Other name - political style - specifies in a close connection of discussed style with a public and political life more precisely, but here it is necessary to recollect that the given style serves also not political spheres of dialogue: culture, sports, activity of public organisations (ecological, remedial and others). The name of publicistic style is closely connected with concept of publicism which is not so linguistic, and literary as characterises substantial features of products carried to it. For last fifteen years have occurred a lot of changes in English functioning, and first of all in the mass communication sphere, predetermined by extralinguistic factors - global changes in a political and economic life of our society. These changes have been fixed by researchers: M.V.Panovym, G.J.Solganikom, Shaposhnikovym V. N, etc. In this connection, studying of stylistic features of the modern language of mass media, namely, publicistic language is obviously necessary to us. The publicistic which name present annals as it in all completeness reflects current history, is turned to topical problems of a society - political, social, household, philosophical etc., it is close to fiction. The same as also a fiction, publicistic its genre range is thematically inexhaustible, huge, expressive resources are great. All these features have caused an originality of figurative system of publicistic style. So, the aim of this course-paper is studying of stylistics of publicistic texts. Object of research: the publicistic text. An object of research: stylistics of the publicistic text. For purpose achievement it is necessary to solve following problems: to consider features of publicistic style; to study lexical lines of publicistic texts; to study grammatical features of publicistic texts.

In the given work were used such methods as:
1) descriptive
2) statistical
3) rather-comparative
As theoretical and methodological basis of work is I.R.Galiperin, professor of the Moscow State Linguistic University. Work consist of the introduction, two chapters, the conclusion, bibliography and appendix.

Chapter I.
I.I. GENERAL NOTES ON STYLE AND Stylistics
Stylistics, sometimes called lingvo-stylistics, is a branch of general linguistics. It has now been more or less definitely outlined. It deals mainly with two interdependent tasks: a) the investigation of the inventory of special language media which by their ontological features secure the desirable effect of the utterance and b) certain types of texts (discourse) which due to the choice and arrangement of language means are distinguished by the pragmatic aspect of the communication. The types of texts can be analyzed if their...
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