DIALOGUE DISCOURSE IN THE CONTEXT OF ECOLINGUISTIC ISSUES
Basing on cognitive and discourse linguistic paradigm the author characterizes dialogue communication in the context of ecolinguistic issues. In leveled structure of dialogue discourse following O. Selivanova it has been pointed out such constituents as formal and content, interactive, onthological, social and cultural ones that cause specific features of its content verbalization. Updating interdisciplinary research gives a possibility to interpret language and speech (dialogical in particular) as an ecolinguistic phenomenon and the instrument of harmonious living activity formation. This presents the dialogue issue as cognitive and communicative phenomenon behind the limits of classical linguistics and raises the issue of dialogue communication environmental friendliness / environmental unfriendliness. The author emphasizes on the environmental unfriendliness in presentable packaging that has been implemented in such forms as conflict communication, emotional ignoring, emotional taboo, and outlines specific features of cooperation and language domination strategies verbalization.
The author stresses that speech’s influence (as the aim of dialogue communication) may be either positive or negative. Last one is the revelation of speech violence which may be presented implicitly (speech manipulation) or explicitly (speech aggression). Both speech violence implementations influence on people’s dialogue interaction in a negative way as they are directed on the destruction of addressee’s language personality. The author highlights that to qualify any utterance according to its violence revelation is possible only considering the context of speech situation namely analysis of concrete communication conditions. In the context of researched issue the author argues the need of its linguistic and didactic interpretation that is the need to teach ecological communication basing on speech tolerance that promotes the formation of harmonious living activity.