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Mogilevich B. R. Socio-cultural context of speech conflicts. Izvestiya of Saratov University. Sociology. Politology, 2021, vol. 21, iss. 2, pp. 172-174. DOI:

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Socio-cultural context of speech conflicts

The article highlights the problem of socio-cultural nature of speech conflicts. Communicators’ speech activity is conditioned both by inner and external factors of communication situation. Communicators’ personal types are of great importance, as well as their communication schemes. Personal values and principles define human motivation and intention. The asymmetry of communication activity, a speech one included, causes a lot of various conflicts.

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