LANGUAGE COMPRESSION REALIZATION IN ENGLISH RADIO EXCHANGE TEXTS OF THE CIVIL AVIATION

  • K. A. Lut
  • A. I. Lysenko
Keywords: language compression, language economy, levels of language compression, means of language compression, radio exchange dialogue, professional communication

Abstract

The article highlights functional features and means of language compression realization in English Radio Exchange texts of civil aviation. The professional speech communication of pilots and air traffic controllers, carried out during the flight and realized in the form of Radio Exchange, is a major component in the structure of professional speech of pilots and air traffic controllers. Given the professional standards of radio communication, professional discourse “air-ground communication” is characterized by conciseness, clarity, and unambiguity which is realized through language compression at all levels of the language system. The phenomenon of language compression as an object of language research has always attracted the attention of linguists. Language compression as a means of word-formation is one of the efficient linguistic tools of the economy in language. The dynamic development of state-of-the-art means of communication in aviation introduces researchers a valuable basis for studying the linguistic features of compression. The problems of speech compression are reflected in the works of many prominent researchers. However, it must be stated that there is a need to analyze this issue, which is dictated by a narrowly specialized linguistic approach as well as the rapid development of information and new technologies in civil aviation radio exchange. The urgency of this problem is due to the growing interest on the part of linguists to the language compression, the lack of a single thought about the causes of the phenomenon, and insufficient description of the features of language compression in the civil aviation radio exchange. The findings lead to the conclusion that the basic means of language compression at the morphological level are abbreviations, at the syntactic level – the use of elliptical sentences and at the lexical level – the code way of transmitting the information. The practical value of the research is the possibility of applying its results in further study and research of English radiotelephone discourse.

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Published
2020-12-21
How to Cite
Lut, K. A., & Lysenko, A. I. (2020). LANGUAGE COMPRESSION REALIZATION IN ENGLISH RADIO EXCHANGE TEXTS OF THE CIVIL AVIATION. Bulletin of Zaporizhzhia National University. Philological Sciences, 1(1), 147-152. https://doi.org/10.26661/2414-9594-2020-1-1-21