The Discourse Personality of Politician Sergey Mikheyev with Regards to his Speech Behaviour

Tatyana A. Sidorova, Elvira N. Akimova, Nataliya E. Petrova, Elena N. Shirokova, Natalia S. Bolgova
2020 Revista Amazonía investiga  
This paper presents the results of research into the linguistic personality of politician Sergey Mikheyev when viewed as a discourse personality. Special consideration has been given to the speech behaviour characteristic of a discourse personality. The paper presents the results of the cognitive-discursive and linguo-rhetorical description of a discourse personality.The relevance of this research is based on the growing interest for linguistic personality typology with regards to discourse (K.
more » ... F. Sedov, V. I. Karasik, N. D. Golev, A. V. Bolotnov, et al.). A mixed type of political discourse that actualises both the personal and status factors of its formation was chosen as the object of analysis. The research focuses on semantic dominants and semantic constructs of the discourse behaviour of the Russian politician Sergey Mikheyev, as well as on the cognitive and linguo-rhetorical mechanisms of the interpretation of speech acts when viewed as elements of individual discourse behaviour. We define the linguo-rhetorical competence of the politician's personality. The study is novel in that it identifies semantic dominants and semantic constructs found in Mikheyev's discourse and uses an integrative approach to analysis (cognitive-discursive and linguo-rhetorical). It is proven that semantic dominants, constructs, and presuppositions manifest inventive mechanisms of individual discourse activity. We suggest defining the status of Mikheyev's discourse personality as a mixed type of elitist linguistic personality that is pragmatically oriented. We prove that the discourse personality of Sergey Mikheyev is a prototype of a future successful politician's linguistic personality. The paper presents the author's original communicative competence system of S. Mikheyev's discourse personality.
doi:10.34069/ai/2020.26.02.31 fatcat:ogdz7a75sjfvzmhvg4xrwyyq3a