Publicistic Style Essays and Term Papers

  • Stilistics

    Functional Styles of the English Language Functional styles (FS) are the subsystems of language, each subsystem having its own peculiar features in what concern vocabulary means, syntactical constructions, and even phonetics. The appearance and existence of FS is connected with the specific...

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  • Stylistic Analysis

    professor at Columbia University, Director of its Earth Institute. His work focuses on economic development and international aid. The publicistic functional style of the article is marked by the use of words with the emotive meaning. There are a variety of stylistic devices, which author uses to imply...

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  • Publicistic

    Content: 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…………………………………… ...

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  • Headlines

    THEME Difficulties in Translation of Publicistic Headlines and their Pragmatic Aspect CAHUL 2010 Introduction Publicistic Headline is known as the name of literature, scientific or musical produce. Our research on publicistic headline will study a lot of its definition...

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  • Publicistic Style

    B. PUBLICISTS STYLE The publicistic style of language became discernible as a separate style in the middle of the 18th century. It also falls into three varieties, each having its own distinctive features. Unlike other styles, the publicistic style has a spoken variety, namely, the oratorical substyle...

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    A) the publicistic FS B) the scientific FS C) the belles-letters FS D) the style of official documents E) the newspaper FS 20. To inform and provide reader with evaluative information is the aim of A) the newspaper FS B) the scientific FS C) the belles-letters FS D) the publicistic FS E) the...

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  • Functional Styles

    Criteria Scientific prose style Oratorical sub-style Publicistic styles Pragmatic aim to prove a hypothesis, to create new concepts, to disclose the internal laws of existence, development, relations between different phenomena. is to exert influence on public opinion, to convince the listener that...

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  • A Comparative Analysis of Tenses in Newspapers Headlines and Reports

    different functional styles found in the English language. In the light of oratorical, colloquial, poetic, official and other styles, we can better understand the functions and peculiarities of newspaper style itself. Then, I am going to present newspaper style in greater detail than other styles as it is linked...

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  • FUNCTIONAL STYLISTICS

    develops numerous forms of linguistic variation: different forms of speech (written or oral), different functional varieties of language (functional styles, sublanguages, registers). Opinion of linguists is divided as to the number and forms of linguistic variation. Halliday singles out 3 varieties...

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  • Stylistic

    Linguistic peculiarities of publicistic style The publicistic style is used in public speeches and printed public works which are addressed to a broad audience and devoted to important social or political events, public problems of cultural or moral character. It falls into three varieties, each having...

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  • Stylistics

    with the results of the act of communication. There are 2 basic objects of stylistics: - stylistic devices and figures of speech - functional styles Branches of stylistics: - Lexical stylistics – studies functions of direct and figurative meanings, also the way contextual meaning of a word is...

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  • problems in transltaion of music press headline

    .…...…...3 1 PUBLICISTIC HEADLINE AS THE OBJECT OF THE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH…………….…….…………………………………...7 1.1 Defining the Publicistic Heаdline……………………………………….…….…..7 1.2 Clаssificаtion аnd Structure of the publicistic heаdline………………………....11 1.3 Linguistic peculiаrities of publicistic heаdlines…………………………...

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  • English Language

    commenting was considered to be against the principles of journalism. By the 19th century, newspaper language was recognized as a particular variety of style, characterized by a specific communicative purpose and its own system of language means. It includes a system of interrelated lexical, phraseological...

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  • Analysis of the Structure of a Newspaper Article

    simplification and standardization of the publicistic style and it undergoes a certain lexical deterioration. Availability of standard gives use to the newspaper cliches, which are characteristics for the newspaper speech. In this way, one of the peculiarities of the newspaper style is availability of repeated words...

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  • teorii

    Introduction:Functional Style is a system of interrelated language means,which serves a definite aim in communication. Each style isrecognised as an independent whole. The peculiar choice oflanguage means is primarily dependent on the aim of thecommunication, on the function the style performs.As a matter...

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  • Commenting on Essay

    contention/point/idea? | | |II. Type of Writing. |3. Is it scholarly or publicistic writing? | | | |4. Is the main point...

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  • Shpoty Po Stilistike

    (rhetorical question, litotes). 29. The main peculiarities of belles-lettres style. 30. The main peculiarities of publicistic style. 31. The main peculiarities of newspaper style. 32. The main peculiarities of scientific and official style. The subject of stylistics. Its connection with other disciplines. ...

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  • Styles of Pronunciation

    STYLES OF PRONUNCIATION The pronunciation of one and the same person may be different on different occasions. For instance, when the speaker is delivering a lecture, speaking over the radio, giving a dictation exercise, or when he is talking to official people he wants to be clearly understood that’s...

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  • Stylistics

    General Notes on Styles and Stylistics There is confusion between the terms style and stylistics. The first concept is so broad that it is hardly possible to regard it as term. We speak of style in architecture, literature, linguistics, behavior, dress and other fields of human activity. Even in...

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  • Stylistics

    Newspaper style. includes informative materials: news in brief, headlines, ads, additional articles. But not everything published in the paper can be included in N.S. we mean publicist essays, feature articles, scient. Reviews are not N.S. to attract the readers attention special means are used by british...

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