Political Ideologies Language from the Perspective of Modern Western Society
Mariia A. Abysova1, Olha P. Antipova2

1Mariia A. Abysova*, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Linguistics and Social Communications, National Aviation university, Kyiv, Ukraine.
2Olha P. Antipova, Department of the Preparation of Educational and Scientific Literature, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Kyiv, Ukraine. 

Manuscript received on October 11, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 20 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 2662-2668 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: L33951081219/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.L3395.119119
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Abstract: The research is aimed at revealing the linguo-discursive features of political interaction within the framework of liberal-democratic ideological communication in the modern perspective. The task of substantiating the key foundations for the perception of language of political ideology as a linguo-discursive process of mutual adaptation of the state and civil society as subjects of political communication is addressed. The study is anchored in the neoclassical scientific paradigm, within which framework critical rethinking of the political discourse-analysis methodology is carried out. We proceed from the fact that ideology is a representation of a certain set of language elements, so the study of the ideology language serves to reconstruct the discursive base of ideology and the imperatives underlying it. It is shown that the study of language of political ideologies engenders the emergence of parallel centers of power in the sphere of statehood. The growth of destructive elements of communicative interactions in liberal democratic society is revealed, in particular an increase in the discursive means that serve an effective tool of denying the democratic process is identified. his study can be useful in the area of political science, namely in the political practice of liberal-democratic society. The findings are applicable in establishing the factors of destruction of social and political dialogue. In this context, the research can offer solutions, provide resources for politicians and organizations in optimizing the dialogue of political communication subjects. Drawing from Freeden’s morphological approach of studying the ideological discourse, as well as critical discourse studies of van Dijk, the research bridges the gap between the studies of the classical philosophical thought and neoclassical scientific paradigm in comprehending the role of political ideologies language. The current study urges a critical rethinking of methodology of political discourse analysis.
Keywords: Civil Society, Liberal Democracy, Political Communication, Political Ideology, Political Science.
Scope of the Article: Communication