Interrelation and Consistency in the Thematic Stages of the Publicistic Style

Svitlana Suvorova, Alex Halapsis, Stella Vetrova, Vira Aksyonova, Igor Sklovsky


In the article, we analyzed the combination of thematic and key vocabulary, words with the highest usage rates. In today's world of publicistic communication has gained global significance. Summarizing all that has been said about the thematic chains of the publicistic text, let us note their structural and content certainty: as the main nomination, they consistently use the basic one, in the composition of non-main nominations the most significant are folded transforms, after which, significantly inferior to them in frequency, there are substitutes. Semantically and stylistically, the thematic chains of a publicistic text are uniform, they have a bookish character, since these chains are defined by a term and implemented on its basis. Comparison of the use of the terms cyclization and cycle in this text shows that the second of them, being no less frequent in the text, is used mainly as a means of segmentation in the middle of the article and especially when it comes to research material. The differences in the composition of the nomination chains of the main theme are insignificant. To the named structural types of nominations, one can single out the main nominations of the text chain, add only grammatical transformations. Thus, in this article we can note the status of the base unit as the main in the text. The nature of the information entered and the compositional role properties of bundles that are equally relevant for a publicistic text. A certain uniformity is also observed in the field of combinatorics of the linguistic components of the publicistic thematic chain.

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