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  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Alexandr D. Dulichenko;
    Publisher: Moscow Region State University Editorial Office

    The article deals with the problem of the existence of the Russian language at the end of the 20th century against the background of socio-cultural and political changes in society. The author identifies three main lexical cycles in the formation of the communicative portrait of the epoch. The change in the appearance of the language is associated with the processes that have received the greatest development in the 20th century: coding and codification; recoding - decodification - new codification, etc. The increased role of the administrative-territorial sub-paradigm of the Russian language in the creation of new speech models is noted. The author emphasizes that the 20th century influenced the change of language sign. The article deals with the problem of the sociolinguistic status of the Russian language in the pre-revolutionary period in the Soviet and post-Soviet times. The author says about the loss of the position of the Russian language at the end of the 20th century. Its role in the trance-ethnic space of post-Soviet Russia is noted. The author makes conclusions about the prospects of using the Russian language in Western Europe.

  • Open Access Russian
    Authors: 
    Olga G. Yagintseva;
    Publisher: Moscow Region State University Editorial Office

    The etymology of the noun baidak [river boat, barge] is somewhat obscure. The purpose of the article is to trace the etymology of the lexeme included in its title. It is absent from the literary language. We think that baidak meaning ‘river boat/river vessel’ is related to the verb idti [to go]. We can divide this noun into prefix ba-, stem -id-, and suffix -ak. Step by step, citing examples, we prove that these morphemes could exist in the Russian language. Thus the morphological and semantic analysis with elements of comparative research of the noun baidak helps us to clarify its etymology. The theoretical value of the results of research is an opportunity to use them when studying other regional nominations. Their practical value lies in the linguistic experiment that helped us define the etymology of this dialect word and draw the attention of other scholars to the unique cultural landscape of the language.