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2017 | XIX/1 | 83-96
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THE CONCEPT OF KONFLIKT / CONFLICT IN THE POLISH MENTAL AND LINGUISTIC SYSTEMS

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When observing the contemporary world, one cannot fail to notice that in many areas of life, not only in the personal lives of particular people, but also within the public and social aspects of human existence, conflict seems to be fairly omnipresent. This paper sets to analyse the discussed concept in the Polish language from two different perspectives. The first stage of the research deals with the analysis of the immediate linguistic vicinity of the notion of konflikt / conflict to search for the location of the aforementioned phenomenon within the Polish linguistic system. The aim of this research is to present what types of domains are employed to conceptualise konflikt / conflict. The analysis is based on the selected corpus data found in the Polish language. The second stage of the research comprises the analysis of 183 surveys containing two elements: the definitions of konflikt / conflict and the association maps referring to this concept created by students at the age of 16-24. The aim of this task is to search for the associations attached to the discussed phenomenon by young people, and the similarities and differences within the definitions suggested by them.
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2017-06-01
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  • Wydział Nauk Humanistycznych i Społecznych, Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Zawodowa w Płocku, dlutekaneta@gmail.com
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