THE PHENOMENA OF FLUCTUATION IN MODERN ENGLISH LINGO-MENTAL STRUCTURES

  • Olena Garmash
Keywords: fluctuation, neologism, synchronization, lexical concept, morphological metaconcept, lingvo-mental setting, blending, abbreviation

Abstract

The theme of the article is linked with the phenomena of fluctuations, actualized both at the level of constituents (lingvo-mental units), and at the level of mechanisms (metacognitive models). In the work, the phenomenon of fluctuations is considered in detail at the level of such English-language conceptual structures as morphological metaconcepts and lexical concepts. Also the research deals with the lingvo-cognitive study of the processes of non-standard transformations of blendings and abbreviations and their further implementation in the processes of conceptual derivation, which determines creation of derivatives.
Under the author’s theory of modeling of blended innovations makes it possible to study the rare cases of polycomponent nature of blending. The paper reveals the idea that the principles of organizing of English conceptosystem are in a state of permanent sequencing with the conditions of development of the English-speaking society. To a large extent, the very divergence of anthropocentric processes correlates the peculiarities of the development of the conceptual system of the English language, which change in the kaleidoscope of chronotopic pictures. The innovative models presented in this article indicate that intra-system fluctuation phenomena absolutely do not reduce the balance of the lingvo-mental setting. On the contrary, with their help, there is a redistribution of components within the structure of the system and is achieving the ability to its reorganization. English lexical innovations are presented in the role of illustrative material of theoretical definitions of this work.

Published
2019-04-26
How to Cite
Garmash, O. (2019). THE PHENOMENA OF FLUCTUATION IN MODERN ENGLISH LINGO-MENTAL STRUCTURES. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, (4(72), 11-14. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/2105