Comparative Linguoculturological Analysis Of The Notions "Values", "National And Cultural Values" And "Common Values" In English And Uzbek Languages

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Barno R. Shamsematova, Dilshodaxon A. Abduvaxitovna


In The Era Of Current Globalization, When New Opportunities For Interethnic, Intercultural Interaction And Exchange Are Essential, There Is A Threat To Preserving National And Cultural Values. Caring For The Preservation Of National Culture Was An Alternative That Integrated Cultural Differences In Globalization. The Tasks Of Developing The National Spiritual, Linguistic And Intellectual Environment, The Traditions Of National Culture Were Especially Relevant. Understanding The Essence Of The National Values ​​Of The Modern English And Uzbek People Might Not Be Fully Realized Without Explaining The Meaning Of The Concepts "Value", "National Value", "Common Values".

Although A Great Deal Of Research Done On The Analysis Of Linguistic Problems, There Were Many Issues Related To The Study Of The Terms "Value", "National Value" Or "Cultural Value" And "Common/Human Values", Their Philosophical, Cultural And Practical Aspects Still Require Accuracy And In-Depth Analysis From An Axiolinguistic Or Linguocultural Point Of View. This Paper Presented Different Interpretations Of The Notions Related To The "Value" In Terms Of A Linguoculturological Approach. Simultaneously, It Was Proved That The Concepts Of "Cultural Value" And "National Value" Have A Typical Socio-Cultural Character And Different Material Characteristics. In Both Cases, As A Social Regulator, National Values ​​Provide The Ideological Stability Of A Particular Ethnos Or Nation And Its Uniqueness; In Contrast, Cultural Values ​​Have More Universal, National Characteristics; They Might Not Be Directly Related To A Particular Region Or Community.

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