Generation and perception of near-synonyms in a linguistic consciousness of preschoolers and primary school children (according to the experiment)
Порождение и восприятие квазисинонимов языковым сознанием дошкольников и младших школьников (по данным эксперимента)

E. S. Denisova, А. А. Shumilova
2016 Sibirskiy filologicheskiy zhurnal  
Денисова Эльвира Степановна -кандидат филологических наук, доцент кафедры стилистики и риторики Кемеровского государственного университета (ул. Красная, 6, Кемерово, 650043, Россия; elvdenisova@yandex.ru) Шумилова Анастасия Анатольевна -кандидат филологических наук, докторант кафедры стилистики и риторики Кемеровского государственного университета (ул. Красная, 6, Кемерово, 650043, Россия; Generation and perception of near-synonyms in a linguistic consciousness of preschoolers and primary
more » ... s and primary school children (according to the experiment) The paper puts the question of the relevance of near-synonymy research in the light of modern linguistic concepts. It provides a brief review of the basic approaches to the studying of near-synonyms in the structural, psycholinguistic and cognitive areas. Special attention is paid to the problem of generation and perception of near-synonyms in children's linguistic consciousness. The object of research is to describe the near-synonymy phenomenon at different stages of children's linguistic consciousness and to reveal the features of perception of nearsynonyms by preschoolers and younger students through their interpretation. The other purpose of our research is to see how the children realize the synonymy of linguistic units, how they can distinguish the near-synonyms from the synonyms. The method of psycholinguistic experiments allowed us to conclude that the establishment of near-synonymy depends on how fully and accurately the meaning of the word in the consciousness of a native speaker is formed. The results obtained can be used in the development of educational methods aimed at expanding the associative space, enriching the vocabulary and developing communication skills of children.
doi:10.17223/18137083/57/17 fatcat:gj4dwnq3gzhqrih5mzkwf6uyhm