Proceedings of the International Conference on New Trends in Languages, Literature and Social Communications (ICNTLLSC 2021)

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Linguistic Diversity in the Urban Linguistic Landscape of Sibiu

Adeline-Alexandra Berdie
The aim of this paper is to present, categorize and describe the linguistic landscape of Sibiu, by capturing the visible presence of the languages in that area. It examines the use of different languages in the public space of Sibiu, comparing the use of the state language (Romanian) to the use of the...
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Slavic Paroemiology as a Linguistic Science: Traditional and Contemporary Trends

Natalia Sharmanova, Oksana Chaika, Natalia Berezovska-Savchuk, Vasyl Denysiuk
The present paper aims at revisiting the Slavic paroemiology as a linguistic science, from the perspective of new trends, generally accepted scientific and linguistic methods, and approaches to its interpretation in the language structure via the descriptive way of theoretical approaches. The challenges...
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Approaches to Design of the Linguocultural Type “Celebrities”

Halyna Melnychuk, Ryta Lopatych
This work is carried out in the framework of linguoculturology and the theory of linguocultural types as one of the current trends in modern linguistics. The article considers the linguocultural type “Prominente / Prominenter” as a special type of the concept. The choice of the object of study is dictated...
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Using English Borrowings in Modern Ukrainian Advertising

Liudmyla Bakhmat, Violetta Panchenko, Olha Bashkir
Due to globalization, the Ukrainian language is aggressively bombarded with internationalisms and foreign borrowings. Currently, anglicisms are being actively introduced. With a shift to market economy, advertising has turned into an important factor of social developments and recent trends. Thus, the...
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Linguo-Cognitive Nature of God Concept in B.-I. Antonych and J. Twardowski’s Poetics

Halyna Bachynska, Tetyana Vilchynska, Oksana Werbowetska, Veronika Chaikivska
The article is devoted to analyzing the linguo-cognitive nature of the concept of God in two national ethnolinguistic cultures – Ukrainian and Polish. The study is based on the best philosophical and religious texts represented by the works of B.-I. Antonych and J. Twardowski. Given the objective complexity...
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Examining the Context of E-Dictionary Use in Language Studies

Tetiana Vakaliuk, Oksana Chernysh, Karaferye Figen, Raul Ferrer-Conill
E-learning industry is constantly expanding, offering an increasing array of E-learning tools to meet learners’ needs and bridge the education gap. Convenience and accessibility make E-learning a significant global educating force. It is widely accepted that E-learning greatly contributes to life-long...
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Food (Glutonic) Linguocode in the Typology of Cultural Codes

Zhanna Koloiz
The article deals with the concept of “cultural code”, actual approaches to the classification of the codes within the cultural framework. This work also represents the general typology of cultural codes, which can be considered as verbal or nonverbal. The last includes visual, auditory, tactile, odorous...
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Ukrainian Folk Prose: Survey of Modern Social Actuals

Natalya Melnik
The paper discusses problems of modern operation of social jokes as short prose genres that swiftly reacts to nowadays events. It has been estimated that compact form of information delivery peculiar to funny story has become the most productive amongst other samples of the form. The spotlight is given...
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Conquering a Male Domain: The Female Spectator and The Pershyi Vinok

Lyudmyla Lutsenko, Iryna Dyrda, Anna Tomilina, Maryna Maloivan, Iryna Zorenko
This research paper aims at giving a broad outline of pioneering journalistic projects in England and Ukraine – periodicals The Female Spectator and The Pershyi Vinok which were written by and for women. It surveys a scope of the two collections, the main genre forms, themes, characters as well as their...
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Functions of Gastronomic Images in the Novel Ni Ève, Ni Adam by Amélie Nothomb

Tetiana Cherkashyna, Simona Mercantini, Mariia Bieliavska, Anna Satanovska
The article analyses problems of intercultural communication through the prism of gastronomic images. The study is based on the novel Ni Ève, ni Adam by the Modern French-speaking Belgian writer Amélie Nothomb. This novel is part of the autobiographical hypertext of the writer, contains recognizable...
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Author’s Interpretation of Psyche and Psychology of the Malefactor (Examplified by the Novelette “Pavlo Chornokryl” by Marko Vovchok)

Svitlana Revutska, Svitlana Ostapenko, Hannah Udovichenko, Viktoriia Zinchenko
The article presents the psychological and psychoanalytic study of the domain of psyche of the main character of the novelet “Pavlo Chornokryl” by Marko Vovchok according to the own method of psychoanalytic interpretation of the character. Preconditions for formation, reasons and motives of behavior...
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The Habitus of Kyiv in the Epic Works by the Writers of the Literary Group “Lanka”-MARS

Olha Kryzhanovska, Kateryna Protopopova, Li Yalin
The research paper highlights the binary opposition of the masculine and the feminine in the urban habitus of Kyiv. The methodology of the research of the masculine and the feminine aspects of the urban habitus makes it possible to understand the connection of spatial dominants of the topos with all...
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Understanding of the Traumatic Childhood Experience in Ukrainian Works for and About Children of the Second World War Period

Vitalina Kyzylova, Marharyta Vasylieva
The article contains a complex of Ukrainian works of art for and about children, in which the traumatic experience of childhood caused by the events of the Second World War is accumulated. The main attention is paid to narratives on an autobiographical basis (V. Blyznets, M. Vingranovskyi, Ye. Hutsalo,...
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Innovation of Traditional Methods of Psychologism in P. Merimee’s and M. Kotsyubynskyi’s Short Stories

Anna Mureyko
“Transitional” periods in the literature, characterized by rapid changes in the socio-political and spiritual-cultural spheres, determine a new vision of person, emphasizing person’s inner complexity and versatility. Such situation stimulates the search for innovative methods of psychologism. In the...
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Comparative Projections of “Life is a Fair” Model in Artistic Consciousness at the Turn of the Nineteenth–Twentieth Centuries: Realistic and Modernist Tendencies

Victoriia Dmytrenko, Olena Brovko, Nailia Khairulina
The article comprehensively reveals how the artistic model of “life is a fair” functions in realistic and modernist Ukrainian and English literature. In the article under consideration, the model “life is a fair” is one variant of the world’s artistic design with a system of values, specific types of...
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Children’s Books on WWII within the Collective Memory of the Ukrainian Diaspora

Maryna Vardanian
The article deals with the issue of World War II (WWII) in the books for children by the Ukrainian Diaspora of the twentieth century. Along with other works on WWII theme in world literature, books by Ukrainian Diasporic writers for children and young adults (YA) such as Bodnarchuk’s Kladka (Small Bridge),...
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“Literature of Migration” vs “Literatura Emihratsii”: Defining a New Trend in Ukrainian Literature

Olena Hlazkova
The author identifies 19 literary publications about Ukrainian women emigrants and women’s emigration, published in Ukraine and elsewhere between 2000 and 2013. Considering lack of consistency and unanimously accepted terminology when describing these publications, the author suggests to consider the...
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Natural Languages vs Languages of Augmented Reality

Olena Panchenko, Anastasiia Plakhtii, Yevhen Plakhtii
The article deals with the problem of mutual interaction of natural languages and the artificial languages which appear in augmented reality. The artificial languages which have recently appeared are creolized linguistic units, leet, LOL, texting, programming languages etc. Their origin is connected...
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The Phenomenon of Political Correctness in Modern English

Anna Monashnenko, Svitlana Amelina, Vasyl Shynkaruk
The paper deals with the phenomenon of political correctness in modern English. The socio-cultural and linguistic aspects of political correctness are highlighted. The paper focuses on the search for new means of linguistic expression and the adjustment of the language code as the main characteristics...
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Communication in Developing Digital Competence of Future Professionals

Halyna Henseruk, Mariya Boyko, Tetiana Tsepeniuk, Bogdan Buyak, Serhii Martyniuk
Digital transformation of education requires a higher educational institution to change its approach to the formation of professional competencies of future professionals. Development of digital competence, with Communication being one of its components, is an important aspect. The article substantiates...
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The Translation Features of the Connotative Vocabulary

Valentyna Karpiuk, Vita Hamaniuk
The article considers the problem of translating a connotative vocabulary from German into Ukrainian, defines the concept of a connotation and its characteristic features, presents the main translation methods of and the motives for their use. The importance and complexity of achieving equivalence in...
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Intercultural Aspect of Immigrant Adaptation in Jhumpa Lahiri’s This Blessed House

Maryna Bryk, Maryna Kaminska, Nataliia Malashchuk-Vyshnevska
Globalization processes and active international contacts caused the need for effective social politics aimed at promoting global stability. The latest decades saw the transition from traditional multiculturality to transculturality. Transcultural approach brings to light what is common notwithstanding...
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Hieroglyphic Semiotics of Emoji Signs in Digital Communication

Rusudan Makhachashvili, Anna Bakhtina, Svitlana Kovpik, Ivan Semenist
This paper is a parcel of a series of studies carried out by the group of authors on the structural and systemic specifics of the artificial language emoji. In this study, this problem is considered through the prism of two linguistic dimensions of existence – natural language (Chinese) and artificial...
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Using Online Lexicons as Sources of Domain-specific Terminology in Translation

Svitlana Amelina, Rostyslav Tarasenko, Vasyl Shynkaruk
The paper focuses on the use of online lexicons in the translation process. A number of online lexicons containing agricultural and environmental terminology are considered. It analyses the ways in which translators use online lexicons and finds that they can be a source of terminological and supplementary...
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The Technology of Competencies Acquisition by Bachelors in Higher Education Institutions in the Conditions of the Digital Media Communication Environment

Ilona Batsurovska, Nataliia Dotsenko, Olena Gorbenko, Nataliia Kim
This paper describes the technology of competencies acquisition by bachelors in higher education institutions in the conditions of the digital media communication environment. The use of media communication technologies requires an adequate level of acquisition of professional competencies by higher...
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The Needs of Intelligent Information and Media Education for Students of Higher Education Institutes: The Sociological Aspect

Alla Lobanova, Aleksandra Kuzior, Yana Zoska, Yuriy Viznytsia, Anna Kochmanska, Olena Komarova
In the article the actual modern problem that is pervasive minutes informatization of modern life, including the education system, which is not only positive but also negative effects on young people. The concept “reasonable information needs” is introduced into scientific circulation and the author’s...
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Cross-cultural Competence and Its Formation in Future Officers of the National Guard of Ukraine

Iryna Sevruk, Yulia Sokolovska, Natalia Chuprinova, Yuliia Khoroshylova
The article aims at substantiating the need to develop cross-cultural competence in future officers of the National Guard of Ukraine under conditions of rapid development of multiculturalism in the Ukrainian society and to present a project on building the competence within interdisciplinary environments....
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Intellectual Tourist Service with the Situation Context Processing

Yevhen Burov, Anna Horodetska, Myroslava Bublyk, Mariya Nashkerska, Victoria Vysotska
The proposed approach of modelling and identifying the current situation is illustrated by e-tourism, which is advisable to expand and apply in other areas. Implementing this approach will create intelligent systems and services that respond quickly to changes in the environment. An example of an intellectual...
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Peculiarities of the Ukrainian Language as a Foreign Language Teaching in the Conditions of Distance Learning

Mariia Bilianska, Alla Kolodyazhna, Yana Shuhailo, Lubov Bohoslavets
The article analyses the experience of teaching Ukrainian as a Foreign language (UFL) in the conditions of distance learning in higher education institutions. An analysis of the scientific achievements of researchers in the field of teaching a foreign language, including UFL, is made. UFL is considered...
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Sociolinguistic Dimension of the Glutonia Phenomenon

Iryna Masliaieva
The article deals with the impact of globalization processes on the current state of the Ukrainian-speaking phenomenon of gluten. Also we investigated the phenomenon of gluten through the prism of sociocultural and sociolinguistic aspects based on the identification of linguistic and cultural specifics...
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Crisis Communication of President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi on Counteracting COVID-19: Sociolinguistic Features

Liudmyla Bilokonenko
The paper examines the discursive and linguistic means of appeals of the Ukrainian President V. Zelenskyi in 2020 to citizens on the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our analysis results suggest that in Ukraine, the rhetoric of the President’s appeals demonstrates the spread of nationally oriented power...
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CLIL as a Key Method of Developing Multicultural Competence of Pre-Service English Language Teachers at Primary School

Liudmyla Havrilova, Olena Beskorsa
The article looks into the theoretical study of the development of multicultural competence of pre-service English language teachers at primary school and experimental verification of the effectiveness of CLIL implementation as a key method for developing multicultural competence. Based on the theoretical...
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Formation of Future Foreign Language Teachers’ Linguistic and Methodological Competency Using Digital Technologies

Olha Osova, Tetiana Vakaliuk, Violetta Panchenko, Svitlana Didkivska, Valerii Kontsedailo
Digital technologies greatly contribute to high-quality teacher training and the effective formation of future educators’ competencies. The article aims at theoretical justification and experimental testing of the effectiveness of the formation of future foreign language teachers’ linguistic and methodological...