Phenomena of motherhood is an independent existential value, as far as it satisfies social needs, that is an aspiration of individuals for selfactualization, descendant realization, the desire to leave a fully lived life. A notion of language personality is of concern which is different from the functional viewpoints of speech and communicative personalities. Motherhood changes both a female personality structure touching upon her motivational component, world-view, and her social status in the community, therefore, self-appraisal, her own image defines a woman’s language personality in the social role of a mother. Important features of a child's normal mental development are his/her speech, vocabulary and mastery of grammatical features. According to the specific features of speech, a person can display not only the external and perceptual properties of objects but also the ability to reflect internal, important interactions and relationships. A child's speech develops only as a result of interaction with the people around him/her, in which a mother is a key figure in this relationship.
This article is devoted to the study of the peculiarities of speech of the Uzbek young mothers. The study examines the lexical and communicative properties of the Uzbek mothers of various social statuses and ages. The study includes an introduction that describes the concept of motherhood in modern society based on researches devoted to the study of the same context and methodology. In addition, the results and analyses of this article are illustrated with statistical diagrams and examples. The research material was an anonymous social questionnaire to study the sociolinguistic analysis of mothers' speech behavior in modern society. The purpose of the study is to analyze and compare a mother-child interaction ways in the young mothers’ examples. The analysis shows that mothers at a young age and various statuses use different words of address towards a child. In addition, the study explores the concept of motherhood and communicative features of mother's speech in the social role of motherhood.
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"SPEECH PECULIARITIES OF YOUNG UZBEK MOTHERS,"
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