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Позивні учасників антитерористичної операції на Донбасі : спроба аналізу

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dc.contributor.author Підкуймуха, Людмила
dc.date.accessioned 2017-05-26T14:21:23Z
dc.date.available 2017-05-26T14:21:23Z
dc.date.issued 2016
dc.identifier.citation Підкуймуха, Л.М. Позивні учасників антитерористичної операції на Донбасі : спроба аналізу / Підкуймуха Л. М. // Мова : класичне - модерне - постмодерне : збірник наукових праць. - 2016. - Вип. 2. - С. 135-144. uk
dc.identifier.uri http://ekmair.ukma.edu.ua/handle/123456789/11397
dc.description The article dwells upon the military pseudonyms of those soldiers who take part in anti-terrorist operation in Donbas. The research material has been the nicknames of soldiers, medics and volunteers. It has been gathered from interviews, questionnaires, and personal conversations. The book «Ukraine’s War as Viewed by TSN Journalists», newspapers «Fakty», «Mirror of the Week», and Internet Resources «Tsenzor.net», «Depot», «Radio «Freedom» and others have become an object of this investigation. The ways of occurrence, origin of these nicknames, and their semantic structure have been outlined; the factors that had played a role in selecting pseudo have been described. The main lexical groups of nicknames have been analyzed. The article has illustrated that the most common soldiers’ pseudos are those that characterize the appearance and physical qualities. The ethnic principle has also become an important aspect in the creation of the military pseudonyms. The author has also shown that pseudo could tell about the position or profession of the soldier. A lot of the current nicknames could be the echo of the past. For those soldiers who have combat experience in the other wars are typical such pseudonyms as «Afghan», «Chechnya», «Iraq» and so on. The motivation for nicknames creation has become words which are intended for family communication («Batya» (Dad), «Did» (Grandpa), «Swat» (Father of a son- (daughter-) in-law), Teshcha (Mother-in-law) etc. The gender aspect in the creating of the nicknames has been analyzed in the research. It is said that diminutive forms are typical mostly for feminine military pseudonyms. The author has confirmed that pseudo for soldiers aren’t only a code word; it is an integral part of them like name, nationality, citizenship etc. en
dc.description.abstract У статті проаналізовано псевдоніми військовослужбовців, які беруть участь у воєнних діях на Донбасі. З’ясовано шляхи виникнення та походження позивних, їхню семантичну структуру, окреслено фактори, що відігравали роль у виборі й надаванні псевдо. uk
dc.language.iso uk uk
dc.subject soldier’s nickname en
dc.subject call sign en
dc.subject pseudonym en
dc.subject pseudo en
dc.subject military man en
dc.subject appellative en
dc.subject anthroponomy en
dc.subject позивний uk
dc.subject псевдонім uk
dc.subject псевдо uk
dc.subject військовослужбовець uk
dc.subject апелятив uk
dc.subject антропонімікон uk
dc.title Позивні учасників антитерористичної операції на Донбасі : спроба аналізу uk
dc.title.alternative The nicknames of soldiers who take part in anti-terrorist operation in donbas: attempts to analyze en
dc.type Article uk
dc.status published earlier uk
dc.relation.source Мова: класичне - модерне - постмодерне: збірник наукових праць. uk


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