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    Title: Стилистические изменения в языке современных газет
    Authors: 鍾瑞熊
    Jong, Ruey-Shyong
    Keywords: язык газеты;жанровые разновидности;стилистические изменения
    languages used in newspaper and periodicals;writing styles;rhetorical changes
    Date: 2005-06
    Issue Date: 2016-05-30 16:38:27 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Статья посвящена исследованию некоторых актуальных вопросов языка газет. С одной стороны, здесь характеризуются жанровые развидности советских газет, их языковые особенности. С другой-анализируются стилистические и некоторые другие изменения в языке газет новейшего времени, которые, как показал анализ, отражают современные языковые процессы в целом.
    The purpose of this article is to explore the pressing problems in the lan-guage used in modern Russian newspapers and periodicals. The purpose is two-fold. One is to investigate various writing styles used in the Russian newspapers in the Soviet Union and its characteristics of the Russian language. The other is to deeply analyze multiple rhetorical changes in usages and rhetoric of the Russian language used in modern Russia newspapers and periodicals.
    Relation: 俄語學報,9,69-93
    Journal of Russian Philology
    Data Type: article
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