Word formation processes and their development from the perspective of synergetics

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  • T.Ye. Zhaparova Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University
  • К.Ж. Джолчибекова M.Kh. Dulaty Taraz Regional University
  • A.R. Nurzhanova M.Kh. Dulaty Taraz Regional University


synergetics, word formation process, nonlinearity, fluctuation, bifurcation, attractor, the point of balance


The openness of the language system in recent decades has led to the emergence of a large number of new formations that reflect various aspects of social life and are presented in media texts. New developments in the media show how the derivational mechanism and word-formation system react to current sociopolitical processes. In addition, such a process is considered at the stage of mutual influence and interaction of the Kazakh, Russian and English languages, which contribute to an increase in the productivity of some word-formation models and a decrease in the activity of others. New nominations are observed from the position of an open, dynamic, nonlinear and complex system, which is embedded in the methodology of synergetics. In this work, the system goes through certain stages in its evolutionary development: nonlinearity - the impact of fluctuations - a bifurcation point - an attractor. The relevance of the topic lies in the analysis of word formation processes and their development, reflecting modern Kazakhstan reality. In this case, synergetics helps to see it as approaches for analyzing changes in the local language through adaptation, acceptance and reaching a point of balance. The purpose of this article is to identify and study the synergistic aspects of the analysis of word-formation processes and adaptation of foreign language elements in which dynamic processes are observed.



How to Cite

Zhaparova Т., Джолчибекова, К. ., & Nurzhanova А. . (2024). Word formation processes and their development from the perspective of synergetics. Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. PHILOLOGY Series, 146(1), 67–75. Retrieved from https://bulphil.enu.kz/index.php/main/article/view/765