THEORY OF LINGUOCULTURAL CODES AND UZBEK PROVERBS

Authors

  • Khudayberganova Durdona Institute of Uzbek language, literature and folklore of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences. City Tashkent
  • Mukimova Zohida Institute of Uzbek language, literature and folklore of the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences. City Tashkent

Abstract

Culture codes are the key to understanding culture, which allows the identification of cultural information encoded in some form. Cultural codes are also called linguocultural codes. Linguocultural codes are a term of linguocultural studies. Based on scientific definitions and interpretations of cultural codes, it can be said that the term refers to a system of material or ideal symbols that express a particular cultural content in a conditional, symbolic, and coded way. Linguocultural codes are the product of the process of categorizing the world by man. Human language is one of the most important expressions of cultural content. Linguocultural codes are reflected in the language in linguocultural units such as proverbs, phrases, metaphors, curses, prayers, and applause, which mainly reflect the figurative thinking of the people. Linguocultural codes clearly show people's ideas about the material and spiritual world, national thinking, axiological views. The theory of cultural codes can be used to study the Uzbek linguistic landscape of the world, to determine the evolution of the laws inherent in the national thinking of our people. At the same time, it should be noted that cultural codes are primarily a phenomenon related to the national-cultural character of the people.

Keywords: linguocultural, cultural code, linguocultural code, somatic code, time code, spatial code, subject code, spiritual code, biomorph code.

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2021-09-22

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Durdona, K., & Zohida, M. (2021). THEORY OF LINGUOCULTURAL CODES AND UZBEK PROVERBS. ANGLISTICUM. Journal of the Association-Institute for English Language and American Studies, 10(7), pp.48–56. Retrieved from https://anglisticum.org.mk/index.php/IJLLIS/article/view/2232

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Volume 10, No.7, July 2021