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Title: Доминантные метафоры в политическом дискурсе премьер-министра Великобритании Дэвида Кэмерона
Other Titles: Dominant Metaphorical Models in the Discourse of British Prime Minister David Cameron
Authors: Зиновьев, Н. В.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Уральский государственный педагогический университет
Citation: Зиновьев Н. В. Доминантные метафоры в политическом дискурсе премьер-министра Великобритании Дэвида Кэмерона / Н. В. Зиновьев // Политическая лингвистика. — 2019. — № 2 (74). — С. 49-54.
Abstract: В статье представлен анализ доминантных метафорических моделей и их фреймов в дискурсе британского политика Дэвида Кэмерона.
The article presents an analysis of dominant metaphorical models and their frames in the discourse of the British politician David Cameron (the study period covers the time from his election to the position of the British Conservative Party leader to his retirement from the post of Prime Minister). While using the metaphorical model with the source domain "MOVEMENT" the following frames are more active: "Travel", "Kind of movement", "Nature of movement", "Hindrance to movement", and "Factors facilitating movement". In the metaphorical model with the source domain «WAR», the following frames are more often used: "Fighting", "Participants of military actions", and "Weapons". Metaphors from the source domain «SPORT» mostly involve the frames: "Participants of sport events", "Sport competition", and "Condi-tions and rules of sport competitions". Mechanistic metaphors are usually found in the frames "Mechanism parts", "Dam-age to mechanism", and "Repair of mechanism". Domestic metaphors mainly belong to the frames "Building and its parts", "Construction and repair", and "Demolition". The author comes to the conclusion that metaphors with the source domain «WAR» prevailed during Cameron's election campaign, while metaphors with the source domain «MOVEMENT» were dom-inant during his office of Prime Minister of Great Britain. Variability of the metaphorical arsenal is closely associated with the political situation: shift of priorities, change of agendas and the methods of solution of current problems.
Keywords: КЭМЕРОН ДЭВИД
ЯЗЫКОЗНАНИЕ
ЛИНГВИСТИКА ТЕКСТА
АНГЛИЯ
ВЕЛИКОБРИТАНИЯ
БРИТАНИЯ
ПОЛИТИЧЕСКИЙ ДИСКУРС
МЕТАФОРИЧЕСКИЕ МОДЕЛИ
МЕТАФОРИЧЕСКОЕ МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЕ
ПОЛИТИЧЕСКАЯ МЕТАФОРОЛОГИЯ
АНГЛИЙСКИЙ ЯЗЫК
ПОЛИТИЧЕСКИЕ МЕТАФОРЫ
ПОЛИТИЧЕСКИЕ ТЕКСТЫ
ФРЕЙМЫ
ПОЛИТИЧЕСКИЕ ДЕЯТЕЛИ
ПРЕМЬЕР-МИНИСТРЫ
КОНЦЕПТЫ
СФЕРЫ-ИСТОЧНИКИ
ЛЕКСИЧЕСКИЕ ЕДИНИЦЫ
ДОМИНАНТНЫЕ МЕТАФОРЫ
ЯЗЫКОВАЯ ЛИЧНОСТЬ
ЛИНГВИСТИЧЕСКИЕ СРЕДСТВА
ЛИНГВОПЕРСОНОЛОГИЯ
METAPHORICAL MODELS
METAPHORICAL MODELING
POLITICAL METAPHOROLOGY
DOMINANT METAPHORS
POLITICAL DISCOURSE
LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY
LINGUOPERSONOLOGY
POLITICIANS
CONCEPTS
PRIME MINISTE
URI: http://elar.uspu.ru/handle/uspu/11715
DOI: 10.26170/pl19-02-04
Origin: Политическая лингвистика. 2019. № 2 (74)
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