DOI: 10.24411/2470-1262-2019-10030


The article is devoted to language as an open dissipative system. The research has cross-disciplinary character and bases on a method of problem-oriented search allowing use of data of one field of knowledge in the field of other. The offered research allows to understand what processes happen at stabilization and destabilization of a language system. In article it is revealed that during assimilation of words language constantly endures the instability periods, at the same time in language multidirectional processes are carried out. The author shows that the aspiration of language to self-organization results it in need to create the uniform language standard for all carriers which is convenient in use and is clear to all native speakers. The aspiration to continuous changes does this standard vulnerable. Most often vulnerability is shown in emergence of exceptions of the rule. The article also describes that exceptions are result of deviations which are realized in speech communication. Therefore, they show how it is more convenient to native speakers to use language unit in the speech.  When deviations begin to have mass character, they join in the standard as special units which have non-standard conditions of the use. But they can also be an indicator of ignorance of the standard and sign of elementary illiteracy. In case of the use of indeclinable words from other languages this situation is especially relevant because not all people who speak Russian use its literary form. With this approach, we come to a conclusion that in the history of language there can be such conditions when the language standard can be transformed, corrected or destroyed. In the latter case language appears in a situation of instability which demands need of formation of the new language standard because the independent use of language elements can strongly complicate language professional and interpersonal communication.

Keywords: language theory, language philosophy, language as an open dissipative system, formation and destruction of a language standard, indeclinable nouns


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Information about the author: Nekipelova Irina (Izhevsk, Russia) – PhD, Head of Department «Russian as a foreign language», M.T. Kalashnikov Izhevsk state technical university (426069 Izhevsk, Studencheskaya, 7). Her research fields are: Russian history, language philosophy, teaching Russian as foreign, language education – e-learning – language testing; author of over 110 publications and 3 monographs. E-mail:

For citation: Irina M. Nekipelova, (2019). Destruction of the Language Standard in the Sphere of Norms to Use in Russian Indeclinable Nouns which Came from Other Languages. Cross-Cultural Studies: Education and Science. Vol.4, Issue 1 (2019), pp.25-34 in USA)

Manuscript received: 03/01/ 2019

Accepted for publication: 03/17/2019

The authors have read and approved the final manuscript.

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