Advertizing slogan and linguistic creativity borders

UDC 811.161.1 BBK 81.006

Kozlova E. A., Medvedeva Ju. V.

This article deals with some unexpected solutions to convert the advertising intent to the slogan by breaking ethical and esthetic components of the statement. It shows low efficiency of such language fragments for a certain part of potential buyers of a product or service. It describes the scientific experiment to prove the scientific hypothesis: it analyzes the opinions of youth students’ audience on the selected advertising material. It suggests the criteria of linguistic creativity to make fresh advertising, to save and even strengthen esthetics (artistry) of the expression.

Keywords: linguistic creativity, esthetics, advertising discourse; slogan; precedential language facts.

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