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The notion of “archetype” in Russian-language scientific publications over the period of 2015-2016
Abstract.This article discusses the use of the notion of “archetype” in the Russian-language scientific publications over the period of 2015-2016. The author underlines the headings of publications that contain the notion of “archetype”, provides a table indicating the number of publications in accordance with headings, as well as carries out a gradual analysis of application of the notion of “archetype” in each heading. A conclusion is made on the convenience use of the notion of “archetype” in examination of the phenomena located on the border of the conscious and unconscious aspects of human being. Qualitative quantitative analysis of the documents is applied. As the units of analysis were selected the publications presented in the search engine of the website of the scientific electronic library www.elibrary.ru. The main result of this work is defined by the provided table with reflection of the frequency ratio of use of the notion of “archetype” in various fields of scientific research, as well as brief general characteristic of the corresponding practices of application of this notion. It is demonstrated that the majority of publications containing the notion of “archetype” in the headings is attributed to research of the texts and other cultural phenomena. The author also suggests the five basic practices of using the notion of “archetype”.
Keywords: unconscious, notion, language, culture, humanities, publications, archetype, Jung, symbol, Russian
Article was received:28-10-2017
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