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Contents (2017, 4)

PHILOLOGY I.  A.  Anashkina (Saransk, Russia). Teaching English Phonetics to a Finno-Ugric class S. S. Dinislamova (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia). Interpretation of mythological plots in the works by Yuvan Shestalov G. S. Ivanova (Saransk, Russia), N. V. Butylov (Moscow, Russia), N. V. … Continue reading

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I. A. Anashkina (Saransk, Russia). Teaching English Phonetics to a Finno-Ugric class

Teaching English phonetics to a Finno-Ugric class Anashkina Irina A., Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of English for Professional Communication, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), iraida952@gmail.com Introduction. This article is devoted to the problem of overcoming the interference of … Continue reading

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S. S. Dinislamova (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia). Interpretation of mythological plots in the works by Yuvan Shestalov

Interpretation of mythological plots in the works by Yuvan Shestalov Dinislamova Svetlana S., Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Leading Research Fellow, Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Research and Development (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia), dinislamovass@mail.ru Introduction. Works by Yu. Shestalov is a deeply original phenomenon of … Continue reading

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G. S. Ivanova (Saransk, Russia), N. V. Butylov (Moscow, Russia), N. V. Letkina (Saransk, Russia). Representation of Finno-Ugric vowel *a at the stem end in the Mordovian languages

Representation of Finno-Ugric vowel *a at the stem end in the Mordovian languages Ivanova Galina S., Doctor of Philology, Professor, the Department of Mordovian Languages, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), galina17-05@yandex.ru Butylov Nikolai V., Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department … Continue reading

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V. N. Maksimov (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Postpositional government on the pages of the newspaper “Voina Uver”

Postpositional government on the pages of the newspaper “Voina Uver” MAKSIMOV Valerii N., Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Chair of Mari Language and Literature, Deputy Director for Academic Affairs, Institute of National Culture and Intercultural Communication, Mari State University (Yoshkar-Ola, … Continue reading

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R. R. Sadikov, R. A. Abdulkhalikov (Ufa, Russia). Ethnographic study of the Mordovians in Bashkiria (historiographic review)

Ethnographic study of the Mordovians in Bashkiria (historiographic review) Sadikov Ranus R., Doctor of Historical Sciences, Senior Research Fellow, Department of Ethnography, R. G. Kuzeev Institute of Ethnological Research, Ufa Science Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ufa, Russia), kissapi@mail.ru Abdulkhalikov … Continue reading

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S. A. Tambi (Moscow, Russia). Tosno Estonians

Tosno Estonians TAMBI Sergei A., Graduate student (MA), Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia), sergey.tambi@gmail.com Introduction. The subject of the study is to analyze the life of … Continue reading

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I. S. Matashina (Petrozavodsk, Russia). The motif of the lost homeland in the lyrics by K. A. Tavaststjerna

The motif of the lost homeland in the lyrics by K. A. Tavaststjerna Matashina Irina S., PhD student, Literary Section, Institute of Language, Literature and History, Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences (Petrozavodsk, Russia), irinadesh@mail.ru Introduction. The object of … Continue reading

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O. E. Polyakov, P. E. Sedova (Saransk, Russia). Pages of the history of development of Mordovian linguistics (XVII – beginning of the XXI century)

Pages of the history of development of Mordovian linguistics (XVII – beginning of the XXI century) Poliakov Osip E., Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Mordovian Languages, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), profpolyakov@yandex.ru Sedova Polina E., Candidate Sc. {Philosophy}, … Continue reading

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I. V. Pyanzina (Saransk, Russia). Artistic world of critical and publicist works by M. I. Malkina

Artistic world of critical and publicist works by M. I. Malkina PYANZINA Inna V., Candidate Sc. (Philology), associate Professor, Department of Journalism, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), inn-pyanzina@yandex.ru Introduction. The article analyzes the critical and journalistic work of the … Continue reading

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V. N. Solovar (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia). The semantics of phraseological units-somatisms with component sym/săм meaning “heart” in the Ob-Ugric languages

 The semantics of phraseological units-somatisms with component sym/săм meaning “heart” in the Ob-Ugric languages Solovar Valentina N., Doctor of Philology, Senior Research Fellow, Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Research and Development (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia), solovarv@mail.ru Introduction. For the first time, the Khanty … Continue reading

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A. G. Burnaev (Saransk, Russia). Sheaf holiday and tripping movements in the form of folk ditty as the genres of the ethnic folk works of Mordovians

Sheaf holiday and tripping movements in the form of folk ditty as the genres of the ethnic folk works of Mordovians Burnaev Aleksandr G., Doctor of Art History, Professor, Department of Theatrical Art and Folk Art Culture, Ogarev Mordovia State … Continue reading

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I. N. Shkolkina (Saransk, Russia). Impact of globalization on the self-awareness of the Mordovians

Impact of globalization on the self-awareness of the Mordovians Shkolkina Irina N., Candidate Sc. {Philosophy}, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), shkolkinain1971@gmail.com Introduction. The relevance of the article is determined by the fact that today … Continue reading

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A. B. Tanaseichuk (Saransk, Russia). Erzya: familiar and unknown

Erzya: familiar and unknown Tanaseichuk Andrei B., Doctor of Cultural Studies, Professor, Department of Russian and Foreign Literature, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), atandet@yandex.ru

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N. V. Kondrat’eva, O. B. Strelkova (Izhevsk, Russia). Mira A. Samarova (to the 50th anniversary)

Mira A. Samarova (to the 50th anniversary) Kondrat’eva Natalia V., Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, Udmurt State University (Izhevsk, Russia), nataljakondratjeva@yandex.ru Strelkova Olga B., Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Udmurt State University (Izhevsk, Russia), olstr@mail.ru

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