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Modern Kazakhstani Linguistics: on the 60th anniversary of the Professor’s birth Sh.K. Zharkynbekova

Journal: Polylinguality and Transcultural Practices (Vol.21, No. 1)

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Page : 164-174

Keywords : S.K. Zharkynbekova; comparative linguistics; sociolinguistics; linguoculturology; cognitive linguistics; linguodidactics; Kazakhstani Russian studies;

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This study is dedicated to the anniversary of the renowned Kazakhstani scholar, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Professor Sholpan Kuzarovna Zharkynbekova. The research activities of Professor S.K. Zharkynbekova are associated with the theoretical and applied aspects of such directions of modern linguistics as comparative linguistics, sociolinguistics, intercultural communication, linguoculturology, and cognitive linguistics. The personality of Sholpan Kuzarovna as a scholar and educator is examined through the prism of various aspects of her scientific and pedagogical activity at two leading universities in Kazakhstan: Al-Farabi Kazakh National University and L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. The review of the works of Professor S.K. Zharkynbekova allows us to speak of her significant contribution to the development of Kazakhstani linguistics and linguistics in general. The role of the scholar in creating research school and training researchers is shown, as well as her innovative pedagogical activity related to the development of textbooks and teaching aids, including digital educational resources for philological specialties, which are actively used in the educational process of the country’s universities. The results of the scientific research of Professor S.K. Zharkynbekova demonstrate the breadth and depth of the conducted research, its effectiveness and significance are recognized by the philological community of the country and abroad.

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