Sinology in Russia
February 14, 2022
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The Association for the Advancement of Sinology in Russia in cooperation with Association of Teachers of the Moscow region "Teachers of the Chinese language" is glad to invite you to participate in the regular meeting with Russian sinologists "Sinology in Russia", 14 of February, 2022!

Since 2018 the Association for the Advancement of Sinology has held the "Open dialogue" – the largest international event in Russia devoted to researches in various fields of sinology.

"Synology in Russia" is the similar event. It aims to present current research trends in Russian sinology.

This year the event will be held in Zoom at 11 AM Moscow time. Lectures and discussions will be in English. Attendees will recieve a certificate of attendance. Participation is free of charge!

This is a regular international event, you can join now.
You are welcome to take part in this event!

Conference Schedule
Lobanova Tatiana
Dr. Sci. (Philology), Director of the Regional Center for Chinese Language and Chinese Studies
of the Moscow Region State Univesrity
"China`s Media Discourse on COVID-19 related topic as a Subject of Applied Analysis"

The report is on discursive practices of media discourse in China for the period 2019-2021. The aim of the research is to describe media discourse in China and to present experience of using the methodology of critical discourse analysis (CDA) and content analysis. The study examines the ways of applying the methodology of CDA and content analysis to the materials of the Chinese media sphere for the period 2019-2021. The factual material is selected from three media platforms such as《环球网》 (“Global Times”), 《凤凰 网》(Phoenix New Media) and “The South China Morning Post” for a specific chronological period. The author examines the way how two key narrative battlegrounds have raged since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic: “where was the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic?” and “who has had the most successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic?”. The research findings not only contribute original knowledge to theory and methodology, but also evoke thoughts about China’s media and discursive practices empirically.

11:40 am – 12:10 pm
Dubyaga Anastasia
English and Chinese teacher at school №947 (Moscow),
1st year PhD student of Moscow State Regional University
"Linguocultural types in the categorical system of conceptology description"
The report is devoted to the study of a linguocultural type as a generalized image of a person whose behavior and value orientations determine the uniqueness of a certain society. The main subject of study is the main features of the concept of "linguocultural type" and its correlation with other concepts. The aim of the study is to identify the main characteristics of a linguocultural type as one of the varieties of conceptology and, through the prism of the theory of modern linguocultural types, to determine their place in the categorical system of conceptology. The results of the study not only contribute original knowledge to theory and methodology, but also empirically induce to expand the conceptual, figurative and value components of the linguocultural type.
11 am – 11:20 am
Sivova Daria
1st year PhD student of Moscow State Regional University majoring in Linguistics and Literature:
Theory of Language with four working languages including Russian, English, Chinese and French
"Informational Vaccine Wars in the Mass-Media Discourse: Linguistic aspect"
 The report examines the linguistic aspect of the Information Vaccine War in the mass media discourse. The relevance of the study is determined by the polarity of views on the problem of vaccination in the media as well as is of great interest to the scientific community of philologists, sociologists, political scientists, medical society etc. The aim is to describe the functioning of a language in the mechanisms of Informational Vaccine Wars. Particular attention is paid to the linguistic methods and techniques of mass media influence on the public consciousness.
11:20 pm – 11:40 am
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