ASPECTS OF STUDYING EMOTIONS IN LINGUISTICS
Palavras-chave:Language, speech, semantic, explication, linguistic world view, Emotions, perception.
ResumoThe study of emotions is primarily related to psychology, although other sciences also pay enough attention to this problem. The authors of the article make a brief review of the researches carried out by linguists in the sphere of emotions. The readers are suggested a survey describing a number of key Russian and Kazakhstani scientists involved into studying emotions. The popularity of studying emotional features of lexemes and texts has not diminished over the years. On the contrary the linguists as well as psychologists and scientist of other fields of science devote a lot of time and efforts to the issues related to emotions. There is a considerable number of researches devoted to the study of the verbal-conceptual set of emotions in modern linguistics, but the science of language is not yet ready to answer all the questions related to the manifestation of emotionality in the language. So, this research paper deals with the aspects of studying emotions in linguistics
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