FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF CAUSATIVE VERBS OF THE RECOMMENDATION GROUP IN SCIENTIFIC TEXT (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE METHODOLOGICAL ARTICLES)
Author(s): Epaneshnikova I.A.
Rubric: Teaching methods and technologies
Release: 2020-4 (33)
Keywords: causativity, causative verb, scientific text, functional analysis of the language of scientific articles
Annotation: The paper is devoted to the analysis of the functioning of the causative verbs of the recommendation group in scientific speech based on the material of methodological articles of the journal “World of the Russian word” for 2015–2018. Causative verbs in the Russian language, as well as the semantic category of causativity, have been studied in the Russian linguistic literature since the 1980s, including at the level of candidate dissertations, but causative verbs in the scientific text have not yet been the subject of research. Thus, the relevance of studying causative verbs in a scientific text is due to the need for their systematic representation and identification of their functions in the language of science. The aim of this work is to study the system relations and functions of causative verbs in a scientific text. Out of 60 methodological articles, 216 uses of causative verbs (a total of 67 verbs) were identified by a continuous sampling method. The verbs of the Council group are described and commented on. It is concluded that causative verbs are used in all parts of methodological articles: introduction, main and conclusion. The most frequent use of verbs in the main part of the presentation of the study. In the course of the work, such methods as analytical, continuous sampling, data systematization, statistical, and functional analysis of the language of scientific articles were used.
Bibliography: Epaneshnikova I.A. FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF CAUSATIVE VERBS OF THE RECOMMENDATION GROUP IN SCIENTIFIC TEXT (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE METHODOLOGICAL ARTICLES) // Education Resources and Technologies. – 2020. – № 4 (33). – С. 40-44. doi: 10.21777/2500-2112-2020-4-40-44