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Title:POLITIČNA KOREKTNOST V MEDIJIH
Authors:Prevalnik, Urška (Author)
Šabec, Nada (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Pojem politična korektnost je obstojal veliko prej kot gibanje pod enakim imenom. Politična korektnost je gibanje, ki skuša iz jezika odstraniti vse besede, ki so na kakršen koli način diskriminativne ali žaljive do drugih. Njegov začetek pripisujejo ameriškim univerzam, ki so za zaščito manjšin predpisale uporabo posebej skovanih besed, s katerimi naj bi znižali stopnjo diskriminacije in s tem, po besedah zagovornikov gibanja, spremenili celotno družbo. Politično korektne besede, kot substituti politično nekorektnim so v veliki meri precej bolj komplicirane, nerodne in v nekaterih primerih celo absurdne. Avtorji številnih politično korektnih slovarjev si niso enotni glede njihovega izbora, zato je verjetnost za njihovo uporabo v vsakdanjem jeziku majhna. Postavlja se vprašanje do kolikšne mere naj bi mediji upoštevali politično korektnost, saj večina nasprotnikov gibanja meni, da je s tem ogrožena svoboda govora. Moje mnenje je, da bi se morali mediji držati zakonitosti politične korektnosti v tolikšni meri, da bi s svojim poročanjem omilili diskriminacijo in žaljenje, a po drugi strani še vedno ohranili svoj smisel in primernost. Preučevani časopisi in filmi, po pričakovanju, ne vsebujejo veliko politično korektnih besed, medtem ko se politično nekorektne besede pojavljajo pogosto. Med temi najbolj izstopajo tiste, ki diskriminirajo ljudi glede na njihov spol.
Keywords:Politična korektnost, jezikovna diskriminacija, sociolingvistika, mediji.
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[U. Prevalnik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:811.111(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17204488 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:6VSNGHSV
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Language:English
Title:POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IN THE MEDIA
Abstract:The term ‘politically correct’ existed a lot earlier than the movement itself began. Political correctness is a movement whose purpose has been to remove from language anything that may be offensive to individuals or groups. American universities are its starting place. They have introduced the use of speech codes, by which the discrimination would be decreased and the consequences would be seen in the change of the society. Politically correct substitutes of politically incorrect words are in some cases far more complicated, awkward and even absurd. Authors of different politically correct dictionaries are not unanimous about which words are politically correct and which not. Their use in everyday speech is thus even less plausible. Most of the opponents claim that political correctness violates the freedom of speech. My opinion is that political correctness in the media should be taken into consideration. The media should reduce discrimination and offensiveness, but not on the account of genuine and truthful reporting. It should preserve its integrity and adequacy. The examined media, newspapers and movies, as expected do not contain a lot of politically correct words. On the other hand politically incorrect ones occur much more frequently. Among these the ones which discriminate people according to their gender prevail.
Keywords:Political correctness, language discrimination, sociolinguistics, media.


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