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|Title:||Interstitial characteristic of the Popular Scientific Legal Internet Discourse (PSLID)|
|Keywords:||interstitial characteristic; functional style; discourse of law; legal discourse; discourse; функциональные стили; дискурс; законы|
|Publisher:||Томский политехнический университет|
|Citation:||Medvedev D. S. Interstitial characteristic of the Popular Scientific Legal Internet Discourse (PSLID) / D. S. Medvedev // Journal of Economics and Social Sciences. — 2018. — № 13. — [3 p.].|
|Abstract:||Popular Scientific Legal Internet Discourse (PSLID) is a modern linguistic phenomenon, which appeared due to penetration of juristic terminology into the Internet. Discourse of law is an institutional discourse for it embraces the diversity of relations developing in the field of legal institutions and using their textual sources. Modern Internet formats, such as blogs, vlogs and posts (including tweets), contribute to the popularization of legal discourse and PSLID in online media and social networks. Author analyzes relation between scientific, official, journalistic and colloquial styles via examples of texts from a legal column "Pravo znat" from data portal Tomsk.ru. The analysis leads to the conclusion that PSLID combines element of different functional styles|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal of Economics and Social Sciences|
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