Problem of National Identity in Ukrainian Military Terminology

Yaroslav Yaremko, Iryna Kharkavtsiv, Halyna Duchyminska, Mariana Aizenbart, Liubomyra Aizenbart


The study analyses the peculiarities of the national and language picture of the world based on “Russian and Ukrainian Dictionary for the Military” by A. Buriachok, M. Demskyi, B. Yakymovych. The article deals with the features of establishment of the national identity in terms of the development of the terminological system as the aspect to define notional and conceptual area in Ukrainian people’s perception. The study provides a wide range of lexicographic comparison between Russian and Ukrainian to represent the characteristic features of word formation processes taking place in Ukrainian military terminological system. It proves that the transformation of the Ukrainian military terminology into modern model as well as its prospects can serve a foundation for the national identity. Terminology plays a major role in the development of the lexicon of modern languages. Its significance is especially noticeable nowadays in the tendency of returning to anthropocentrism or if to be more precise ethnocentrism while each society perceives the reality as well as renders its phenomena by language means according to its peculiarities in perception.

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