РЕПРЕЗЕНТАЦИЯ ПРЕСКРИПЦИЙ КОММУНИКАТИВНОГО ПОВЕДЕНИЯ В КЫРГЫЗСКОМ ЯЗЫКЕ
Prof. Dr. Uulkan KAMBARALIEVA
The article discusses the meanings of prescriptivity and the features of the functioning of lexical units with prescriptive semantics in the Kyrgyz language. Taking into account the analysis, it is established that units with a prescription in semantic content represent a prescription aimed at regulating the communicative behavior of an individual in accordance with the norms accepted in society. It is revealed that the functioning of such units, which are conceptual formulas of the behavior of the Kyrgyz people, occurs under the influence of various socio-cultural factors. The theoretical basis of the study was the works of the famous Russian scientist I. A. Sternin, which examines the norms of communicative behavior of representatives of different cultures. In the course of the analysis, it was found that the importance of prescriptivity in communicative behavior has a pronounced ethno-cultural specificity and, just as in ancient times, today they continue to perform a regulatory function, indicating to representatives of cultures how to carry out a communicative act in accordance with existing norms. Based on the verification results, it was revealed that the main content of historically formed lexica-semantic units with the meaning of prescriptivity exists in the consciousness of the people, but the units themselves do not always function in speech under the influence of a number of factors.
Keywords: communicative behavior, communicative rules, prescriptivity, paroemias, phraseological units
Publication date: 31.12.2022
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