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EXAMPLE OF ABSTRACTS:
The symbolic meaning of colors in the culture of the peoples of the East
Kvitkova M. M,
PhD in Philology, Docent,
Docent of the Department of Oriental Philology
V. I. Vernadsky Taurida National University
Brent Berlin and Paul Kaye, in their classic research on colors, Basic Color Terms: Their Universality and Evolution, published in 1969, suggest the existence of color universals "that relate to the historical development of all languages in a way that can be called evolutionary" (1, p. 2-3).
As the researchers explain, the increase in the number of basic color schemes can be seen as part of a general increase in vocabulary and as a response to an informationally richer cultural environment, because color designations emerged not that much later than the language itself, so "the associations associated with them are deeply rooted in the minds of any nation" [2, p. 69].
- Berlin, B.-Kay P. Basic Colour Terms: Their Universality and Evolution. University of California Press. 1991.
- Levchenko A.O. Connotative meanings of color names in Japanese. Problems of Oriental Studies in Ukraine. Kharkiv, 2005. С. 69-73.