Categorising Resources of Historical Memory in Researching Publicistic Text

Anastasiya Konyk 1
  • 1 Anastasiya Konyk, Researcher. Department of Foreign Press and Information, Faculty of Journalism, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine, Lviv, 79000, University Street 1

Abstract

The article focuses on the allocation and analysis of the main resources of historical memory which are considered as peculiar indicators for studying publicist content and conceptual reading of discourses of historical memory in contemporary publications. It is relevant insofar as researching the use and intensification of these or other resources of historical memory allows us to observe changes in world landmarks, socio-political moods, ideological references and temperament and the dynamics of re-interpretation of historical facts and events by authors.

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