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Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference on Philosophy of Education, Law and Science in the Era of Globalization (PELSEG 2020)
Media space is continually expanding: more and more areas of people's daily activities are connected with the media spheres. The nature of the impact of media messages on humans requires comprehensive study. This article presents the results of the complex psycholinguistic analysis of cognitivediscursive practices of the author and the addressee of the text, during which the peculiarities of the sense structure and expressive plan of publication were determined, experimental research of visualdoi:10.2991/assehr.k.200723.016 fatcat:d6rvbqx5bfcrphaqyiwckrrevq