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ANALYSIS OF VIEWS ON THE FORMATION OF THE LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE OF THE WORLD

Zukhro Akbarova Akmaljonovna, Abdullazizova Rokhatoy Usmonalievna

Abstract


The article provides a linguistic analysis of the linguistic landscape of the world (LLW) and a general interpretation of the concept of “world landscape”. The study of the compatibility of LLW in different languages, its introduction into Uzbek linguistics, linguistic relativity, the influence of linguoculturology on LLW and several functions of the concept of LLW are also studied.

Keywords: linguistics, linguistic landscape of the world, worldview, linguistic relativity, linguoculturology, linguistic semantics, semantics, representation, social function.


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