Expressive Function

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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN
L.N. GUMILEV EURASIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY
Department of theory and practice of foreign languages

COURSE PAPER

Theme: “EXPRESSIVE FUNCTION IN THE PUBLICIST STYLE” Major: 050119 “Foreign Language: two foreign languages”

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Astana – 2012
Contents
Introduction 1. The style and types of stylistic information in the publicist style. Expressive function………………………………………………………...5 2.1 'Style ' and 'Stylistics '………………………………………………………..5 2.2 Types of Stylistic Information in the publicist style. Expressive function…6 2. The publicist style and genres of the publicist style…………………….12 3.3 The publicist style…………………………………………………………12 3.4 Genres of the publicist style……………………………………………….12 3. Practical analysis of expressive function in newspaper……………...…18 4.5 The analysis of articles from “New York Times” newspaper …………….18

Conclusion
Bibliography

Introduction
The publicist 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.
The general aim of the publicist style is to exert influence on public opinion, to convince the reader or the listener that the interpretation given by the writer or the speaker is the only correct one and to cause him to accept the point of view expressed in the speech, essay or article not merely by logical argumentation, but by emotional appeal as well.
According to I.R. Galperin, expressive means of a language are those phonetic, morphological, word-building, lexical, phraseological and syntactical forms which exist in language-as-a-system for the purpose of logical and emotional intensification of the utterance. These intensifying



Bibliography: 1. Galperin l.R. Stylistics. M., 1981. 2. Виноградов В. В. Стилистика М. 1963 3 4.Винокур Т.Г. Закономерности стилистического использования языковых единиц. — М., 1980. 5.Томашевский Б.В. Стилистика и стихосложение. Л., 1959 6 7. Screbnev Y.M. Fundamentals of English Stylistics. M., 1994. 8.Розенталь Д.Э. Практическая стилистика русского языка. 1968 9 10.V.A. Kukharenko. Seminar in style. M. 1971 11.Васильева А.Н 12. Мюллер. В.К. «Англо – Русский словарь» М. 1962.

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