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This article provides an analysis of some socio-political realias of Great Britain in the aspect of the theory of cultural literacy developed by E. D. Hirsch. An analogy is drawn between this theory and the understanding of the term "linguistic and cultural studies" in the most popular studies in this field. The concept of "background knowledge" is analyzed in detail, the structure of this phenomenon is determined and its influence on public discourse is revealed. A semantic analysis of thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.7407049 fatcat:bxzxihfpcrgn7h54lj7u4os74q