|Title:||Hypocrisy as a form of social behaviour represented by idioms in the English language|
|Authors:||Fedyunina, I. E.|
Kuzmicheva, V. A.
Lyashenko, I. V.
|Citation:||Fedyunina, I.E. Hypocrisy as a form of social behaviour represented by idioms in the English language / I. E. Fedyunina, V. A. Kuzmicheva, I. V. Lyashenko // Journal of Language and Literature. - 2016. - Vol.7, №2.- P. 110-112. - DOI: 10.7813/jll.2016/7-2/20. - Refer.: p. 112.|
|Abstract:||The article deals with English idioms covering the semantic area of hypocrisy. Hypocrisy is seen as a specific form of social behavior and communication. Idioms are examined as a linguistic representation of hypocrisy as well as an effective means of creating pragmatic impact and thus revealing the social attitude of English native speakers to hypocrisy as a form of behaviour. The research is carried out within the boundary of cognitive-pragmatic approach. The authors apply contextual analysis in order to define the key factors affecting social attitude to hypocrisy in various communicative situations|
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