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NEOLOGISMS IN CHILD'S SPEECH CAUSED BY THE DISSEMINATION OF VIDEOS  [2015]

Sidorenko A. V. Bashkir State University [Corporate Author]

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The article studies words and set expressions of children's speech appearance of which are directly linked to the dissemination of movies in the late 1980s in the Soviet Union. These words and set expressions are analyzed on the basis of the material collected by the author for «The Dictionary of Soviet Childhood» being prepared for printing. As a result of exposure to foreign video products, some new expressions and words entered children's speech and have become an important part of the linguistic landscape of the Soviet childhood. Many of them have been stored in conversations so far: invective vocabulary, translation loanwords, barbarisms, exotic vocabulary, proper names. Many words have developed new meanings and become part of new Russian lexical sets. These neologisms in vocabulary are reflected in children's folklore; some of them have become part of the literary language and have been fixed in modern dictionaries of the Russian language. Many of them are still used in Russian informal speech. The author gives examples of the use of these lexical units in fiction and publicist texts paying attention to their semantic, phonetic, spelling and grammatical features

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Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University

ISSN : 1990-4665