Stylistic Features of Interview Genre in the Russian-Language Print Media of Tajikistan

© Media Watch 9 (2) 219-232, 2018
ISSN 0976-0911 e-ISSN 2249-8818
DOI: 10.15655/mw/2018/v9i1/49385

Stylistic Features of Interview Genre in theRussian-Language Print Media of Tajikistan

Russian-Tajik Slavonic University, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
The article reveals the tendencies in language norms development. Language transformation is a natural phenomenon, but certain permissible limits, regulating literary and stylistic norms of publicistic language are also important. The linguistic and stylistic features characterizing the language of modern interviews are formed under the influence of the modern Russian language, which is affected by scientific and technological progress as well as globalization. The main trends in the development of the Russian language and the language of interviews today are the reduction of words, the use of abbreviations, typed language constructions, phraseological units, borrowings, terms, professionalisms, dialectisms, argotisms, and slang expressions. The article studies the characteristic features of the popular publicistic interview genre, identifies its distinctive features and classifies interviews types. The interview texts are analyzed as a dictum dialogical construction. Particular attention is paid to the linguistic features of interview texts in the Russian-language print media of Tajikistan.
Keywords: genre system, interview, stylistic features, speech positions, language style
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Dr. Nurali Nazarovich Salihov is the university rector and a professor in the Department of Printed Mass Media and PR at Russian-Tajik Slavonic University, Dushanbe, Tajikistan.
Dr. Sharif Bokiyevich Mulloyev is an associate professor in the Department of Print Mass Media and PR at Russian-Tajik Slavonic University.
Dr. Masrur Ahmad Abdullozoda is a professor in the Department of Domestic and International Journalism at Russian-Tajik Slavonic University.
Dr. Abduhamit Abdibosirovich Rahimov is an associate professor in the Department of Print Mass Media and PR at Russian-Tajik Slavonic University.
Dr. Azim Sadykovich Aminov is an associate professor in the Department of World Literature at Russian-Tajik Slavonic University.