Integrative and Disintegrative Ideologemes in Russian Media-Political Discourse
Azaliya R. Gizatullina1, Milena I. Gumerova2, Gulnara F. Lutfullina3, Irina V. Vashunina4

1Azaliya R. Gizatullina*, Kazan Federal University.
2Milena I. Gumerova, Kazan Federal University.
3Gulnara F. Lutfullina, Kazan State Power Engineering University
4Irina V. Vashunina, Russian Foreign Trade Academy, RUDN University, Moscow State Linguistic University.

Manuscript received on October 12, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 5097-5100 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A9204119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A3912.119119
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Abstract: The semantic field of political discourse is based on the opposition of «ours – theirs» which content varies depending on the state system and the power regime. Post-perestroika discourse has undergone fundamental transformations associated with the breakdown of previous semantic links and the subsequent building of new ones. The study is devoted to understanding the ideological system of the post-perestroika period. Within the media-political discourse (on the material of collecting samples from daily newspaper «Izvestia», 1992) the interrelationship of two thematic groups of ideologemes is analyzed: integrative ideologemes and disintegrative ideologemes. The descriptive method, methods of linguo-cognitive and linguo-ideological analysis, as well as quantitative methods are used in this article. We characterized the system of integrative and disintegrative ideologemes that were developed in the early post-perestroika period. Ideologemes are described in accordance with Russian linguist O.S.Issers’s classification. The significance of integrative and disintegrative ideologemes in the early post-perestroika discourse is universal and relevant to each world ideological picture in order to distinguish internal and external state images of «ours – theirs».
Keywords: Ideologeme, Thematic Groups, Integrative Ideologemes, Disintegrative Ideologemes, Opposition «ours – theirs», Post-Perestroika, Media-Political Discourse.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences