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Section: GENERAL PHILOLOGICAL THEORY

B..tayevThe Russian language and local languages of Dagestan: functioning in a polyethnic medium 5

The paper offers the socio-linguistic analysis of language situation in the Repub-lic of Dagestan with its feature of multiethnicity and underlines the integrative role of the Russian language as a means of interethnic communication also suggesting a pro-gram of local language development.

R.K.GaripovStructural and semantic functions of subjectival elements in the syntactic organization of sentence and text 11

The author analyzes the structural and semantic functions of subjectival elements at the sentence and text level, which are especially topical nowadays, when the developed lan-guages (French, for example) show qualitative and quantitative changes in the formation and functioning of nominal groups for the sake of saving language resources.

A.V.DyboOn the Prototurkic-Mongolian language contacts 20

The author focuses on Altaic etymology: making use of a huge bulk of linguistic mate-rial she analyzes the Turkic-Mongolian language contacts in extreme antiquity, dwells on a series of controversial points in this field and in particular - differentiation of loan words and Altaic etymological parallels, the vocalism problem, and validity of Altaic hypothesis itself.

D..NasilovOn the disruption of Karluk-Uyghur language community 38

The paper examines the problems of historic vocalism in the Karluk-Uyghur language community, interaction of Turkic speaking ethnoses with kindred and non-kindred language speakers, indicates the insufficiently profound elaboration of cer-tain issues in the development of phonetics and grammar of many Turkic languages and dialects, notwithstanding the fact that language material available would allow to try and reconstruct the regional language formations.

Section: SPECIAL QUESTIONS IN LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY STUDIES

M.G.BoukoulovaOn synonymy in the somatic word-stock of the Turkish language 43

The author analyzes the phenomenon of synonymy within somatic designations in the Turkish language, relates the ways of semantic development of lexical units on the lexeme and phraseological level, registers the intersection of semantic fields in quasi-synonyms, which serve to name one and the same human organ.

K.Z.ZakiryanovBilinguism: linguomethodic view 52

Bilinguism as a linguistic phenomenon is widely discussed in scientific and scien-tific-methodic research. The issue is especially vital for the practice of language teaching in non-Russian schools. For that matter the author makes a series of suggestions, which could optimize the formation of balanced bilinguism in a polyethnic medium, such as a reasonable combination of native and Russian language teaching hours in such schools.

Yu..KamilyanovaImprovising on a love theme (after the Norwegian wood of H.Murakami) 59

The paper offers an analysis of the novel by H.Murakami Norwegian wood that reveals the writer's peculiar view of the world and a pattern of his own in the plot.

T.Sh.Said-BattalovaPoetics of everyday life in the oeuvre of H.Böll (19171985) 65

The author investigates the correlation of the world of humans and the world of things in the works of H.Böll, marks out the most vivid figures the writer focuses on. She underlines the grotesque character of the heroes: their oddity, marginality, their existence beyond the time, society and history.

I.Ya.SelyutinaPharingalization as a typological feature of sound systems 69

Instrumental analysis of phonetic systems is being more and more introduced in the study of various types of languages and they lay the basis for multidimensional de-scription of linguistic material and particularly of the articulation characteristic of the Turkic languages of Southern Siberia examined in this paper: the pharingalization.

S..KhantimirovCognitive aspect of the auditive verb semantics in German 76

In this paper S.M.Khantimirov offers the examination of auditive verbs in the German language from the standpoint of cognitive linguistics, underlines the impor-tance of such notions as 'concept' and 'frame' for the modern language research, be-cause their content defines the semantics of lexical units on various levels (from words to texts) on the basis of both linguistic and extralinguistic factors.

Section: ABROAD

Yu.ShtalSocioeconomic views of Johann Gottlieb Fichte as the basis of constitutive concept of justice 83

The paper presents the studies of socioeconomic views of J.G.Fichte, which may be considered as the basis of constitutive concept of justice, i.e. when justice, as the idea of ju-ridical reason, acquires the capability of identity formation, also on the verbal level.

Yu.ShtolzenbergMartin Heidegger reads Fichte 95

Martin Heidegger's Freiburg lecture The German Idealism (Fichte, Hegel, Schelling) and the contemporary state of philosophic problems read by him in the summer semester of 1929, was published in 1997 and became a sensation. And that concerns in the first place that part of the lecture, where Heidegger speaks of Fichte. Heidegger's lecture on German idealism may be with full right called the lecture on Fichte because most part of it dwells on this philosopher. On the one hand, the lecture is the beginning of Heidegger's polemics with the German idealism after the publication of the treatise Being and Time. On the other hand, the lecture holds the first systemic com-mentary to the early version of Science of Knowledge by Fichte after Hegel.

Section: YOUNG SCIENTISTS

.K.GatinOn the structure of a lexico-semantic group of verbs of movement in the Bashkir language (based on The Dictionary of Bashkir patois 19671970) 107

The article presents a detailed classification of verbs of movement in the Bashkir language, which elaborates the well-known classification of J.Kiekbayev, who divided this field into two parts on the thematic principle. The author thinks it possible to offer a more concrete typology in four groups, two of which are singled out by him.

L.A.ZakirovaHuman being as a social creature in the zoonimic phraseological worldview (based on the English, Russian, Bashkir and Tatar languages) 112

The paper analyzes the peculiar national view of the outworld, its reflection in the phraseology of the English, Russian, Bashkir and Tatar languages, underlining the particular features of every language in their projection of zoonimic designations on human beings, different assessments of animals.

Section: PERSONAL DAYS IN HISTORY

Velts R.Y., Yakovleva ..A Man of Science Teacher Colleague (80-th anniversary of ..Garipov) 118

Section: RESEARCH

Tregoubov .N.Critical review of Historical and Etymological Dictionary of the Bashkir Language (author/compiler T.M.Garipov). 124

Kasymova .P.Critical review of the collective monograph Anthroposphere of discourse. 126

Tregoubov .N.Summing-up of the International Research/Practice Conference Language and Literature in Polyethnic Medium (January 15 March 15, 2008) 128

Karakouts-Borodina L..Newtons of our Institute. The Week of Student Research at the Institute of Journalism and Foreign Languages in the VEGU Academy. 130