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Vol. 25 (64), № 2 ч.2 2012
Philology.
Social communications

Dikareva S. S.
Cognitive and Corpora Technologies in United Paradigm of Applied Linguistics
In the article current development of cognitive science as crossdisciplinary research domain is considered. The cognitive impact of new linguistic technology knowed as electronic linguistic corpora is examined.  Cognitive activity for understanding and creating utterances (speech moves) in the dynamics of dialogue in  united paradigm of applied linguistics is shown.

Akhundova N. M.
The human factor and a new attitude to the traditional themes of Azerbaijani  poetry
In the 60 years of the last century, poetry has taken a different direction from previous years. The poetry  came to the fore the human factor. Reflections of modern man lived his life is the main theme. Traditional  themes portrayed with a new attitude, a new way of thinking. Rasul Rza, Bakhtiar Vahabzade Nabi Khazri,  Khalil Rza Uluturk, Mammad Araz Ali Karim and other poets have enriched our original works of poetry.

Rublyova V.
Comparative Characteristics of Symptomatic Expressions in Arabic, Russian and  English Languages
In this article were investigated idioms of semantic field “fear”. The research is based on the material  of Arabic, English and Russian languages.

Shiralieva Sh. R.
Phraseological units whose created with motion verbs (on the basis of the Azerbaijan and Turkish languages)
This article is devoted to the grammatical peculiarities of motion verbs in Turkic and Azerbaijan languages. One of the typical features of motion verbs in these languages is calling the affix of reflexive voice.  Turkic languages motion verbs are: motion verbs consisting of root, derivative motion verbs, compound motion verbs.

Kagramanli E.
Farhad Agazadeh and I Turkological Congress
I Turkological Congress was held in 1926 in Baku. At this congress, except Azerbaijani Turkic studies,  delegates were famous Turkologists from the Union, as well as from abroad. In the article on archive material  tells part Farhad Agazadeh at this Congress.

Asadova R.
Structure types of subordinate clauses of time in Azerbaijani language
The article investigates the structural types of subordinate clauses of time in Azerbaijani language. The  author shows the four types of situations, subordinate clauses and reveals how they formation.

Kerimova I.
Toponym, formed with lexical and morphological method in Goychay region of  Azerbaijan
In the article researches proper names. Proper names in the language, usually come from a household  name. Structurally fixed place names can not be separated into components of the root and affix. The author  explores the place names, educated lexical and morphological method in Goychay region of Azerbaijan.

Emirsuinova N. K., Umerova L. R.  
Imagery of Pushkin's poem "The Fountain of Bakhchisarai" in translation interpretation E. Shemi-zadeh
The article introduces comparative analysis of Alexander Pushkin’s poem and its translation into Crimean-Tatar, performed by EshrefShem’i-zade. Determined philological, historical and cultural aspects of the  poem translations "The Fountain of Bakhchisaray" in Crimean Tatar language.

Rustamov A. M.
Reflection Geyturk onomastics in toponymy of Zangezur (about Bayandur and  Chapni, Chavundur and Bichenek)
Known and the widespread ethnotoponym Azerbaijanian descent of the area are oikonyms Bayandur,  Bichenek etc. The article on extensive linguistic material studied these place names.

Plotnitskaya S.V., Yeremenok O.I. 
Electronic Mass Media in students’ foreign language communicative competence  forming
The article deals with the foreign language communicative competence forming and electronic resources  play a very important role in journalists’ education.

Bayramova K. Z.
Development of homonyms in Modern English
The different types of homoforms are analysed on the concrete material of the English language. The   homoforms can be divided only into two groups: 1.Homoforms formed as a result of concurrence of the Past,  Present of irregular verbs and nouns ,adjective; 2. Homoforms formed as a result of concurrence of plural  (nouns) and the Present Indefinite.

Teymurlu Z.
Dialect system of Azerbaijani language
This article examines the dialect system Azerbaijani language. The author examines and analyzes the  transitional dialects terms "dialect" and "speak."

Abdullayeva Kh.
Communicative aspects components order of compound sentences in Azerbaijani  literary language of XIII-XIV centuries
The article is devoted to the components order of compound sentences and its communicative aspects in  Azerbaijani language. Author tries to explain communicative aspects of normal and inversion order and their  poetic function in Azerbaijani literary language on materials of XIII-XIV centuries – examples from poems by  great poets of the time such as Imadaddin Nasimy, Gazih Burhanaddin, Iosif Maddah, Mustafa Zarir. The  article is interesting from point of functional syntax.

Chybor I.
Phraseologized Ethnocombinations with Component-temporonim Week
This article analyzes phraseologized ethnocombinations with component-temporonim ‘week’ that  correlate with calendar ceremonial ethnosubcode in the system of spiritual ethnomacrocode of culture.  Structural and grammatical model of phraseologized ethnocombination is distinguished. The semantics of  phraseologized ethnocombinations is motivated by temporal encoding.

Gasimova R.
Phonetic rationing of the language (contextual view of the spoken and written language)
The article reveals the contextual perspective on the literary and spoken language in terms of standardization in the phonetic language. The author investigates the phonosemantic properties of mixed languages in  accordance with the system of sounds and phonemes.

Ozdemir D.
Turkish language and word borrowing problems
The problem of languages contacts and linguistic borrowing, the place of Turkish language among other  languages, the historical background of the formation of the Turkish languages vocabulary are decribed.

Plotnytsky S.V.
Cognitive geography and territorial informational systems
Cognitive geography is a direction of geography, studying spatial presentations, mechanisms of their  forming and the use in different aspects of human activity. Spatial ideas about territory for different social,  national and economic groups play an important role at investment politics. The task of administrative organs  is the creation of positive character of their territory – a country, an area, a district. The territorial informational systems allow to collect, process, analyze and present the spatial information, forming the character of  the territory while using the text, tabular and cartographic methods for presenting the data.

Arnautova A.
Crimean Tatar complex sentences with adversative signs and concessions
The article deals with complex sentences with adversative signs and concessions. Studied  communications and punctuation, which is a characteristic feature of this type of proposal. Analyzed and  systematized theoretical and practical material, thereby able to identify means of communication, not previously described in the Crimean Tatar syntax.

Sukhorukov O. M., Sukhorukova A. V. 
Lexical and genetic characteristics of Persian linguistic terminology
This article deals with the linguistic terminological system of Persian language from genetic point of  view. The article also represents it's structural analysis, main appropriatenesses and trends it's development.

Bakhshiyeva T.
Toponyms of Turkish origin
Toponyms of Turkish origin reflect the history of Turkish people and its language. Over time, most origins disappear or are annihilated consciously. However, some geographic names keep alive their historical  traces even in the areas where Turkish people do not live. One of the features belonging to the toponym`s of  Turkish people is the existence of parallel names in different places.

Aliyeva Z.
Evolutional problems of semantics in old Turkish adjectives in synonymic lines
The language as communication mean is developing and improved by real condition of existing and development of language units are their close interaction. Synonymy can be considered as universal phenomenon, as it is peculiar to almost all languages. Synonymy is peculiar to not only lexical, phraselogical, but also  grammatical and word-forming systems of language synonymy of non-word forming manner, semantically  interrelationship is extended in Turkish languages.

Yunusov Sh. E.
Zaсky Validi Togan: problems of Turkic identity
The article considers the problems of similar socio-political and philosophical trends of the Bashkir and  Crimean Tatar peoples in the beginning of the twentieth century, as well as individual moments in the history  of national leaders in the context of scientific and ideological legacy Zacky Validi Тоgan.

Guseynova Z.
Сomparative study of myths and legends of the peoples of Azerbaijan and the UK
A place of preservation of mythological beliefs and representations, having passed through the filter of  mythological time, turns into objects of legends and legends. In the deepest layers of mythology character of  mythological images is shown more brightly. In this temporary layer the mythological image keeps the naturalness in shape, not perceived by present thinking.

Drevetnyak Yu. V.
Egyptian prose of XX century as a reflection of the process of Arab women  emancipation
In article was considered existing problem of modern Arab world – the woman emancipation – through  the Egyptian and French literature. Via the historical and analytical methods in progress of this work the main  stages and preconditions of world and Arab emancipation reveal. Moreover, in the article identifies features of  the Reformation of the image of Arab women in the Egyptian prose of XX century.

Іmanov M. K.
Ritual Laughter in Azerbaijan folklore
For research of questions of comedy in the Azerbaijani folklore it is necessary to study communication  with myths and ceremonies, to pay attention to what magic essence bears the laughter. In article the magic  essence of laughter in folklore on an extensive material of the Azerbaijani folklore and written literature is  investigated.

Kerimova L. F.
The fight for his country as a national aesthetic ideal of creative Samad Vurgun  and Mehmet Akif Ersoy
The article investigates the patriotic poems of Azerbaijani poet Samed Vurgun and Turkish poet Mehmet  Akif Ersoy. The political events of the early twentieth century was reflected in the works of these poets.

Namazova S.
Part of “Travel notes of Mozalanbek”, written by Abdurrahim bek Agverdiyev
Describing thoroughly during the literary activity the most important matters of his time and showing the  attitude to strained processes ongoing, around, with the help of his formidable pen, Abdurrakhim bey Haqverdiev published his writings in the magazine “Molla Nasraddin” under the name of “Gadfly”, “Joker”, “Vampire” and others.

Seityagyaeva T. R.
Preliminary analysis of archival documents which related with Alim Azamat  oghlus activities in the Crimea
The article based on documents found in the State Archives of Crimea, the Crimean Tatar analyzed the  activity of the legendary folk hero legends, songs, Alim Azamat oglu in the Crimea.

Nemtinova A. Yu.
Sohrab Sepehri’s coming-to-be a poet stages
The given study presents the analysis of the literary heritage of the outstanding poet of the XX century  Sohrab Sepehri, in which his work is divided into the main stages, according to the events that had influence  on his personality and reflected onto his poetry.

Nadzhafova Sh. Yu.
Nizami Ganjavi’s unfading talent in “Seven Beauties” (“Yeddi Gozel”)
The article explores the great azerbaijanian poet Nizami Ganjavi’s creativity as one of the bright examples not only of azerbaijanians, but of the whole humanity. The author shows N.Ganjavi’s creativity being of  interest from its genres variety, such as gazal, rubayi and gasyda. The poem “Seven Beauties” (“Yeddi  Gozel”), its characteristic peculiarities have been analyzed in the article.

Babaeva D.
Folklore and literature
The article studies the issues of extensive material of folklore and literature. Author studies the  connection of Azerbaijan folklore and literature of the twentieth century, identifies common features of these  relationships.

Kagramanova U. F.
Sabir and the first classics of XIX century
Sabir is connected with the classical Azerbaijan literature indissoluble threads. Its creativity is continuation of traditions of the classical Azerbaijan literature in the XX-th century, in revolutions. Sabir is the master  strong connected with national traditions of the Azerbaijan literature.

Zamenyagre V. S.
Syro-american school and new trends in Arabic literature
The article tells us about two outstanding representatives of the Arabic literature of the XX century Lebanese writers Amin Ar-Rihayni and Gibran Khalil Gibran, their literary methods and influence on further development of the Arabic literature.  In the issue of our investigation it was establish that “syro-american” school is a great harmonic synthesis  of the west-european, American, eastern, cultural-aesthetic Arabic traditions, which had a great impact on  further development of Arabic literature.

Dzhemileva A. A.
The narativestructure of stories of Emil Amit и of Rustem Muedin
The article is devoted to the study of narrative structure of stories of E. Amit «On the way» – «Halfway», «Stronger than love» and of R. Muedin «Two mothers».There is found out narrative levels.Tthe roleof  «all-knowing» author is rotined in composition of story.

Ganiyev S.
Place of tales in folklore of Shirvan
In the article are studied place of folk tale in Shirvan folklore. By the material of fairy tales, collected  from the Shirvan region of Azerbaijan, examines the main features of tales of the region, their distinctive features, image system.

Panova Z. S.
The emergence and establishment of the Crimean Tatar foreign press: the  "Emel"magazine
The article describes the emergence and formation of the "Emel"magazine, which became a significant  event in the history of the Crimean Tatar literature and journalism.

Ahmedova A. V.
Formation of postmodern trends in Azerbaijan prose in the post-soviet period
In this article we have tried to show the formation of post-modernism as a direction in the Azerbaijani  prose after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Postmodernism has justified itself as a major artistic movement in  the world literature in the mid-twentieth century. In the world of literary theory of postmodernism, deconstruction, post-structuralism is analyzed both individually and as part of post-modernism.