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Italian national concept sphere

Oxana Kuzina


The polarization of the «North-South», «Own-Alien», «Russian-Italian», etc. determine the scale of assessments and national mentality in particular, penetrating into the language and the significant actions and gestures – from household to ritual and ceremonial. In the process of penetration of logical values overgrown with new meanings are concepts. Concepts in verbal form in the national conceptosphere receive confirmation and existence in the concepts of non-verbal. They live in the memory of the people, especially his mental make-up in national tastes and habits, in literature and art.

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Rivista di Scienze del Turismo. Ambiente Cultura Diritto Economia
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Online ISSN 2037-7908 - Print ISSN 2037-7916

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