LINGUISTIC NATIONAL IMAGE AS A FACTOR IN THE EFFECTIVENESS THE COMMUNICATIVE ACT IN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

  • The authors:
    Nazgul U. Abdullina
    Karlygash Zh. Aidarbek
  • Pages: 306-319
  • Section: CROSS-CULTURAL COMPONENT OF THE LINGUISTIC PERSONALITY IN UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIO-CULTURAL REALITY
  • URL: http://conferences-ifl.rudn.ru/2712-7974-2019-6-306-319/
  • DOI: 10.22363/2712-7974-2019-6-306-319

Abstract. The article considers the role of the linguistic national
image as one of the fundamental conditions for ensuring the effectiveness of intercultural communication. The linguistic national image is understood as conceptualization, a special vision
of the surrounding world, which is formed on the basis of individual, psychological, national, cultural values of a person. The
linguistic image of the subject’s world in the real world is represented through various linguistic facts. The article emphasizes
that the commonality of the national worldview of the participants in the communicative act helps to establish mutual understanding in the international communication. And the dissimilarity of the linguistic national image is cause of disagreement and
conflict. As one of the basic of effective intercultural communication, the observance of the rule of community is proposed, in
which we must strive to spread the values, institutions and practices common to all peoples.
As the object of the researching, some linguistic units of the Kazakh language are considered, related to the subject concept and
reflecting the linguistic national image of the Kazakhs world.
When selecting language material, the continuous sampling
method was used, since not only language units were considered,
but also the conditions for their functioning. The method of etymological analysis was also used. It is summarized that
knowledge of the linguistic national image contributes to the establishment of effective intercultural communication.
Keywords: intercultural communication, communicative act,
linguistic national image, categorization, conceptualization

Nazgul U. Abdullina¹, Karlygash Zh. Aidarbek²
¹Al-Farabi Kazakh National University
Almaty, Kazakhstan
¹e-mail: nazgulua@mail.ru
²Akhmet Baitursynov Institute of Linguistics
Almaty, Kazakhstan
²e-mail: aidarkar_10@mail.ru
ORCID iD: ӘОЖ.81’1:316.276(045)

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