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Nargiza Karimova


This article explores the specificity of interpreting language and cultural facts in the field of linguocultural studies, which encompasses linguoculturology and linguoculturography. Linguocultural studies emphasizes the inseparable relationship between language and culture, recognizing that they mutually influence and shape each other. Linguoculturology examines the theoretical aspects of this relationship, while linguoculturography focuses on the practical analysis of language and cultural phenomena. The interpretation of language and cultural facts in linguocultural studies is characterized by its context-dependent and culturally specific nature. It recognizes that meanings and interpretations are influenced by cultural frameworks, social structures, and historical contexts. This article highlights the importance of understanding cultural nuances and appreciating the specific cultural context in which language and cultural facts occur. It explores the implications of this specificity in various areas, such as intercultural communication, language education, and cultural preservation. The findings contribute to a deeper understanding of how language and culture intersect and shape our diverse human experiences.

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Karimova , N. . (2024). SPECIFICITY OF INTERPRETATION OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL FACTS IN LINGUOCULTURAL STUDIES - LINGUOCULTUROLOGY - LINGUOCULTUROGRAPHY. Инновационные исследования в современном мире: теория и практика, 3(3), 22–27. извлечено от https://in-academy.uz/index.php/zdit/article/view/28621

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