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Volume 69, 2019The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2019)
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|Published online||25 October 2019|
Political discourse and the study of parliamentary communication: a comparative analysis
Department of Conflict Resolution Studies, Public Relations and Journalism, Pyatigorsk State University,
9, Kalinina lane,
2 Department of Philosophy and Humanities, North Caucasian State Academy, 36, Stavropolskaya Str., 369001, Cherkessk, Russia
3 Department of European Languages, Pyatigorsk State University, 9, Kalinina lane, 357532, Pyatigorsk, Russia
4 Department of International Relations, Politology and World Economy, Pyatigorsk State University, 9, Kalinina lane, 357532, Pyatigorsk, Russia
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The article is devoted to an analytical review of the main areas of theoretical and applied research of parliamentary communication, among which a special attention is given to the theory of political discourse and political linguistics. The prospects for a comparative study of public parliamentary communication are outlined as oneof the comparatively not studied components of political discourse. Today parliamentary discourse, being one of the components of political discourse, is the subject and object of several humanitarian disciplines. The main system-forming factor of parliamentary discourse is its institutionality, which determines both the form and the content of parliamentary communication. The development of parliamentary communication as a democratic form of exercising state power is influenced by historical, social and cultural progress of mankind as a whole, and the specifics of achieving this progress in separate countries. Despite the existence of a universal democratic framework that determines the status of parliament as a social institution in different countries, its activities have national and cultural specifics. Comparison and identification of universal and national-cultural-specific language features of the parliamentary discourse in different countries are the urgent tasks for political linguistics to fulfill.
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