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SVETLOBNO ONESNAŽENJE V ZGORNJI SAVINJSKI DOLINI
Lidija Potočnik, 2012, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: V diplomskem delu je predstavljen problem svetlobnega onesnaženja, ki se pojavlja povsod po svetu, izjema ni niti Slovenija. Svetlobno onesnaženje povzroča uhajanje svetlobe iz umetnih virov, kar povzroča degradacijo okolja, negativno pa vpliva tudi na zdravje ljudi in povzroča spremembe v naravnem vedenju nočnih živali. Na problem svetlobnega onesnaženja so prvi začeli opozarjati astronomi, saj se je začela resno slabšati kakovost nočnega neba. Mnogi se še vedno ne zavedajo negativnih posledic umetnega osvetljevanja, ampak so še vedno prepričani, da več svetlobe pomeni napredek in razvoj. Problem pretiranega osvetljevanja je tudi v veliki porabi električne energije, kar pa posledično pomeni višje stroške plačila električne energije in več izpustov toplogrednih plinov, kar prispeva h globalnim klimatskim spremembam. Najpomembnejši rešitvi problema svetlobnega onesnaženja sta namestitev ekoloških ali zasenčenih svetilk in ozaveščanje ljudi.
Keywords: svetlobno onesnaženje, zdravje ljudi, degradacija okolja, ekološke svetilke, povečana poraba električne energije
Published: 04.02.2013; Views: 1206; Downloads: 116
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Irish English: Vocabulary and Pronunciation
Lidija Potočnik, 2012, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: English is a world language. In UK, USA, Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand it is spoken as a first language. There are numerous countries where English is spoken as a second language and in even more countries where English is spoken as a foreign language. Nowadays English is considered to be lingua franca of the world communication. There exist different varieties of English, and Irish English is one of them. English was brought to Ireland by the British in the seventeenth century. Therefore, Irish English is strongly influenced by Irish language which is the first official language in Ireland; English is the second. There are two main varieties of English in Ireland; Northern and Southern variety. Northern variety was historically influenced by the Scots English, and Southern Irish English developed under the influence of English English. Therefore there exist several varieties of pronunciation and differences in vocabulary. Of course, both Irish English varieties differ from British English in vocabulary and pronunciation and that is also emphasized in this graduation thesis.
Keywords: Irish English, British English, vocabulary, pronunciation, Irish language
Published: 06.02.2013; Views: 1577; Downloads: 109
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