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Craft story as a relatively stable speech genre (statement of the problem)

https://doi.org/10.24833/2687-0126-2019-1-3-84-92

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The article proposes to consider the artisan's story about his/her craft, traditionally stated in the dialect, as one of speech genres. In this kind of oral texts, usually generated during the work of a dialectologist with informants, along with the peculiarities of a particular dialect, linguistic phenomena that are characteristic of at least the entire territory of a given language are also realized. The story about the craft has its own specific topic, communicative purpose and a peculiar structure. It is realized in the speech of informants of various ages and sexes according to a certain model, regardless of the degree of saturation of such stories with dialecticism. The storyline of the story about the craft usually follows the sequence of technological processes and operations inherent in this craft.

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M. D. Korolkova
Institute of Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation

Saint Petersburg



N. L. Sukhachev
Institute of Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Federation

Saint Petersburg



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Korolkova M.D., Sukhachev N.L. Craft story as a relatively stable speech genre (statement of the problem). Professional Discourse & Communication. 2019;1(3):84-92. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24833/2687-0126-2019-1-3-84-92



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