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Lingua sociocultural threats to modern society in the context of current social processes

N.A. Yankova
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N.A. Yankova is Cand.Sci. (Philology), doc. at International Law Institute


Analyzed are such actual social processes, as globalization of English language and activation of ethno-linguistic contradictions that are acting as lingua sociocultural sources threats to modern society, destroying it’s lingua sociocultural value. Such threats are determined by peculiarities of sociocultural transformation under conditions of globalization and are manifested in various forms of self-realization. In the article shown is, that destructive content of lingua sociocultural threats to society is in their focusing on destruction of national cultural space, as well as on blurring of cultural and civilizational boundaries, and hence on formation of new architecture of the world order.

Key words: globalization, sociocultural transformation, lingua sociocultural threat, lingua sociocultural value, national language, national cultural space.



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