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Volume 50, 2018The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2018)
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National Specifics of Language Expression of Macro-concept ‘Destiny’ in the Arabic Linguoculture: Results of Association Experiment
Faculty of Philology, Russian-Tajik Slavonic University, 30 M. Tursunzoda St., Dushanbe, 734025, Tajikistan
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The paper describes the culture-bound concept of ق د ر destiny identified through the association experiment. It suggests linguo-cognitive analysis of reactions obtained during the experiment with native Arabic speakers. The study demonstrates words, lexemes and expressions, which reflect the concept of destiny in the Arabic linguoculture. It also presents phrases and sentences obtained during questionnaire survey, which show the national specifics of this concept. The work provides classification of associations and analyzes the obtained results. All associations, including single ones, were considered in the experiment. The novelty of this work includes the description and identification of cognitive features, semantic pattern of key national elements of a macroconcept ق د ر destiny in associative consciousness of native Arabic speakers, which represents a component of the Arabic linguoculture.
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