Monday, August 2Институт «Высшая школа журналистики и массовых коммуникаций» СПбГУ

Issue 2018. Volume 5. No. 2

Media Linguistics. Volume 5. No. 2. 2018​

Chief Editor
Lilia R. Duskaeva (Russia)

Executive Editor
Natalya A. Prokofeva (Russia)

Editorial board
I. V. Annenkova (Russia)
A. G. Baranov (Russia)
D. Brzozowska (Poland)
V. Ye. Chernyavskaya (Russia)
V. Z. Demjankov (Russia)
T. van Dijk (Spain)
T. G. Dobrosklonskaya (Russia)
St. Gajda (Poland)
Zhang Huiqing (China)
V. I. Ivchenkov (Belarus)
M. Yu. Kazak (Russia)
M. I. Konyushkevich (Belarus)
M. A. Kormilitsyna (Russia)
I. P. Lysakova (Russia)
T. V. Shmeleva (Russia)
O. B. Sirotinina (Russia)
L. Tsoneva (Bulgaria)
M. Wojtak (Poland)

Guest Editors
V. I. Kon'kov (Russia)

EDITORIAL

V. I. Konkov (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Linguistic studies of political media discourse 

GENERAL THEORETICAL ISSUES

I. Dulebova (Bratislava, Slovakia)
Contemporary research in the field of political linguistics in Slovakia

A. G. Pastukhov (Oryol, Russia)
Media linguistics in Germany

MEDIA TEXT: STRUCTURE, COMPOSITION, TENDENCIES OF EVOLUTION

S. V. Ivanova (Pushkin, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Culturological modality in political media discourse

B. Hordecki (Poznan, Poland)
Contemporary studies on political communication — the limits of cognitive horizons

ТYPOLOGY OF MEDIA SPEECH

A. A. Tymbay (Moscow, Russia)
Peculiarities of television debates as a type of speech interaction

CONCEPTS, CATEGORIES, AND METHODS OF ANALYSIS IN MEDIA STYLISTICS

A. Eftimova (Sofia, Bulgaria)
Two registers of actual political speech in modern Bulgarian media discourse

FUNCTIONING OF LINGUISTIC MEANS IN MASS MEDIA

T. V. Romanova (Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia)
Transformation of phraseological structures as a means of expressing a tolerant/intolerant attitude to the object of speech (based on the federal mass media material)