Contents (2015, 3)



E. M. ANDRIANOVA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Methods of terms word building in the Mari language: suffixation

The article examines the morphological (suffix) method of terms building in the Mari language. In order to identify the most productive derivational suffixes in the modern Mari, it uses the material of terminological dictionaries of ten school subjects.

Keywords: Mari; word building; special vocabulary; terms; terminology; suffix method.

T. N. BELYAEVA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Means of symbolization in characters disclosure of male characters in drama by M. Rybakov on Great Patriotic War

This article reveals the specificity and functional significance of symbolic images in the disclosure of male characters in drama by M. Rybakov about Great Patriotic War.

Keywords: Mari drama about World War II; M. Rybakov; image and symbol, male- characters.

V. G. GAVRILOVA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). The specific use of subordinating foreign-language phrases in the Mari language speech

The article highlights the results of a study on the adapted use of subordinate phrases in the Russian language phrases in the Mari language.

Keywords: Mari language; Russian language; bilingualism; bilingual communication; adapted subordinate phrase.

E. V. GUSEVA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Means of formation of the visual image in Mari novel

The article touches upon the means of the visual image in the Mari novel. To generate a bright visual image, a portrait description should contain elements of novelty and originality, be informative and expressive.

Keywords: рortrait; Mari novel; expressiveness; emotiveness; intensity.

M. Z. LEVINA (Saransk, Russia). From the history of classifications of Moksha dialects

This article considers modern Moksha language, presented with its dialects, in the context of geographically and genetically close language – Erzya. Based on a number of criteria there is an attempt to identify linguistic features of Moksha language dialects which are missing in neighboring dialect types.

Ключевые слова: geographical distribution; area; isogloss; dialects and sub dialects of Moksha language; phonetic, morphological and lexical features; grammar characteristics.

E. A. TSYPANOV (Syktyvkar, Russia). Review of Komi language media: content and language

The article reviews Komi language media of Komi Republic at the present stage. It tracks the changes in this area which has happened within the two last decades. It gives a brief description of the content and the features of the language of the printed materials of newspapers and magazines, television and radio.

Keywords: Komi language public functions; Komi language in the press; media in Komi language; features of language of print and electronic media

A. N. NEKRASOV, G. A. NEKRASOVA (Syktyvkar, Russia). Popularity and trends of Finno-ugric languages in the Internet (russian internet)

The article presents the results of the analysis of search engines inquiries on Finno-Ugric languages. It analyses the statistics of inquiries on the language only, and on the regions of residence of the Finno-Ugric peoples of Russia. As the basis it takes the statistical data of Yandex search engines.

Keywords: Finno-Ugric languages, Internet, search engines inquiries, Internet trends.

V. F. ROGOZHINA, N. A. KULAKOVA (Saransk, Russia). Semantic characteristics of phraseological units expressing the concept of time in Мoksha conversational speech

The article discusses the functioning of phraseology with spatial meaning (time) in Moksha conversational speech: its semantics and composition. The material was taken from a live speech of the Moksha language native speakers of the Republic of Mordovia, the entries of the dictionary “Moksha kyalen kevonzaf valzyulmon valks” by N.A. Kulakova, V.F. Rogozhina (Kulakova, Rogozhina, 2013), and the materials of fiction.

Keywords: phraseological units; space; phrase; unit; emotionality; synonyms; semantics; multi-structural; time; early; late.


G. A. NIKITINA (Izhevsk, Russia). Adaptation resources and practice of rural udmurts (the beginning of the 2000s. – 2011)

Basing on the author’s field data and information drawn from the print media, it analyzes resources and adaptation experience of private Udmurt farms in the first half of the 2000s, even though the models of adaptive behavior have not undergone significant change by 2015

Keywords: resources of the actors of private farms; symbiosis of private small farming and large-scale farms; illegitimate adaptations; market economy raids; self-employment; farming; working outside the region and other types of adaptation.

O. V. ABRAMOVA (Saransk, Russia). Mordovian national public organizations in questions and answers

It presents and analyzes the results of a survey of managers and active members of Mordovian national non-governmental organizations. The survey was held within the framework of the Russian-Finnish project of 2013-2016 “The role of public organizations in the preservation of the languages and cultures of the Finno-Ugric peoples”.

Keywords: Mordovia public organizations; leaders; activists; social, gender and age composition; socio-economic; social and political coalition; democratization.

S. I. KOCHKURKINA (Petrozavodsk, Russia). Karelian costume of the Middle Ages (on archaeological materials

The article considers the reconstruction of the ancient Karelian costume basing on the materials of burials excavated in Karelian Isthmus (Priozersk district of Leningrad region) at the end of the XIX century. It uses jewelry from modern excavations of the medieval settlements of the Northwest Ladoga area and the results of chemical analysis of non-ferrous metal.

Keywords: reconstruction of women’s clothing; burial grounds and settlements; results of non-ferrous metal; modern reconstruction works of the ancient costume and jewelry.


B. V. ANFINOGENOV (Izhevsk, Russia). Criticism of ethnofuturism in Udmurtia

The article attempts to overview the main criticism of ethnofuturism in Udmurtia. It considers both constructive views of ethnofuturism by the opponents in literary and art criticism as well as the examples of negative criticism in the Internet. Most examples of criticism refer to the beginning of the 2000s, during the peak of ethnofuturism movement in Udmurtia.

Keywords: еthnofuturism; postmodernism; literary; Udmurt; ethnology and culture of the Finno-Ugric peoples; ethnic culture.

N. N. KOROLEVA (Saransk, Russia). Human development of Finno-ugric republics of the Russian Federation in the early XX century

The article analyses human development of the Finno-Ugric peoples in Russia. Basing on figures from the Human Development Index it concludes that Komi Republic takes the leading positions, and the Republic of Mari El is he last in the rating.

Keywords: human development; socio-demographic potential; socio-economic potential; cultural potential; human development index; Finno-Ugric peoples.

M. S. MAMONTOVA, O. A. SEVRYUGINA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). S. G. Chavain National Library of the Republic of Mari El in the Finno-Ugric information space

The article discusses the work of S. G. Chavain National Library of the Republic of Mari El on preservation and development of traditional culture in the Mari Finno-Ugric information space, its Finno-Ugric contacts in Russia and abroad.

Keywords: National Library; Finno-Ugric information space; S. G. Chavain National Library; traditional culture of the Mari people; Information Resources of Finno-Ugric libraries.

V. I. MOISEYEVA (Petrozavodsk, Russia). Music in the life of Elias Lönnrot

The author refers to the issue, which has not been studies until now, that is domestic musicology, musical activities of an outstanding Finnish scientist of the XIX century, poet, linguist, folklorist, composer of Karelian-Finnish epic “Kalevala” Elias Lonnrot. The author examines in detail and examines the part of musical works of Lönnrot, complementing the existing ideas about his personality with new little-known facts.

Keywords: Elias Lonnrot; zither; flute; Jacob Tengström; Imperial Academy Abo of Turku (Turku University).

O. M. RODIONOVA (Saransk, Russia). Protection of property rights of the objects of cultural heritage of Finno-Ugric People

It analyses the current status of the legal protection of Finno-Ugric peoples’ cultural heritage of property both in Russia and abroad. It specifies the protection with the help of various branches of law.

Keywords: Finno-Ugric peoples; the protection of rights; cultural heritage; criminal defense; civil-law protection.

Yu. A. ELISEEVA, S. G. PILIPENKO (Saransk, Russia). Additional professional training program “Single Information space of Finno-Ugric universities”: potential of the network implementation

The article analyzes the results of implementation of the program “Single Information space of Finno-Ugric universities” with the use of distance learning technologies, and outlines the prospects for modernization from the perspective of building networking among the members of the Association of Finno-Ugric universities.

Keywords: National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University; Association of Finno-Ugric universities; additional professional training program; single information space of the Finno-Ugric universities; network implementation.

L. R. MUKHAEVA, E. N. KILASONIA (Saransk, Russia). Mordovia musical theatre as a part of national theatre tradition of 1970-80-ies

The article analyses the main stylistic tendencies of music theater of Mordovia in the period of «stagnation» which reflected the general developments of domestic music theater in national and specific refraction.

Keywords: traditions of theatre; modern music language; synthesis of music and theatrical genres; music theater; music theater of Mordovia.

M. E. RYABOVA (Saransk, Russia). Socio-cultural identity of Russian regions in the context of a changing world (on the example of the Republic of Mordovia)

The article discusses socio-cultural aspects of the changes in Russian society, which is characterized by multi-ethnic features. It concludes the content change of the socio-cultural system in Russian regions.

Keywords: socio-cultural conflict; cultural program; ethnicity; axiological system.

A. A. BULYCHEVA (Saransk, Russia). Estonia libraries as modern centers of knowledge in academic, cultural and information space

The article analyzes the work of the largest libraries in Estonia. It explores the history, current state and possible development.

Keywords: Library, Finno-Ugric world, information space, culture, science, a user, innovative technologies


G.  GYONI  (Budapest, Hungary). Days of russian culture in Hungary – 2015

A. D. KAKSIN (Akaban, Russia). “Mordovian languages through the Finno-Ugric linguist’s eyes”: notes on the margins of D.V. Tsygankin collection of selected articles

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