HOW IS IT - 'PO-RUSSKI'?
On average, every tenth use of the Russian adverb 'po-russki' ( meaning 'in Russian', 'in the manner the Russians usually act') in newspaper publications of the beginning of the XXI century is focused on the characteristic stereotypes (mainly autostereotypes of a situational nature). There is a tendency not to distinguish between Russian as ‘russkiy’ and Russian as ‘rossiysky’. Stereotypes differ in the degree of exclusiveness, localization by time, and the absence/presence of emotional evaluation. The main thing in the autostereotype of the Russians is the predominance of emotional aspects over rational ones, maximalism and craving for extremes.
stereotype ◆ autostereotype ◆ situation ◆ the Russians ◆ 'po-russki'