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Title:ŽARGON IGRALCEV POKRA
Authors:Cvetek, Jure (Author)
Unuk, Drago (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:POVZETEK Diplomsko delo z naslovom Žargon igralcev pokra je sociolingvistična študija, ki obravnava jezikovno zvrst žargon, podrobneje pa posamezen žargon, tj. žargon igralcev pokra. Avtor v nalogi žargon opredeli kot specifično zvrst jezika z značilnimi lastnostmi. V nalogi so soočeni pogledi raznih domačih in tujih avtorjev na jezikovno zvrst žargon. Naloga preučuje tudi vzroke za nastanek žargonizmov, kjer avtor izpostavlja potrebo po poimenovanju novih pojmov, kot tudi težnjo k univerbizaciji večbesednih poimenovanj. Avtor v nalogi opredeljuje tudi funkcijo žargona v komunikaciji med njegovimi uporabniki, katero vidi v potrebi po strokovnem izražanju v zadevah kake dejavnosti, kot tudi v težnji po izražanju skupinske pripadnosti. Prav tako skuša avtor v nalogi opredeliti temeljne leksikalne značilnosti žargona. Te so predvsem v velikem številu prevzetih izrazov, metaforičnih in metonimičnih izrazov in univerbiziranih večbesednih poimenovanj. V nadaljevanju naloga preučuje žargon igralcev pokra. Avtor v tem delu opredeljuje najizrazitejše značilnosti žargona igralcev pokra, med katere prišteva veliko število predvsem iz angleščine prevzetega izrazja in precejšnjo mero ekspresivnosti. S pragmatičnofunkcijskega vidika avtor žargonu igralcev pokra pripisuje dve poglavitni funkciji, ki sta odvisni od konteksta uporabe žargona. Ob študiji naloga vsebuje tudi razlagalni slovar žargona igralcev pokra z oblikoslovnimi podatki in primeri rabe.
Keywords:funkcijske zvrsti, interesne govorice, socialne zvrsti, sociolekt, žargon igralcev pokra
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[J. Cvetek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:821SLV(043.2)
COBISS_ID:19217928 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:PI6TMEVE
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Language:English
Title:POKER JARGON
Abstract:ABSTRACT The thesis entitled 'Poker Jargon' is a sociolinguistic study which deals with jargon as type of language and, in particular, a specific type of jargon, i.e. the jargon of poker players. In the thesis, the author first defines jargon as a specific language variety with distinctive characteristics, and presents and confronts views on jargon language from several domestic and foreign authors. He examines causes of jargonisms and stresses the need for naming new concepts, as well as the tendency to univerbisation of multiword expressions. The author then addresses the function of jargon in communication between its users which he sees in the need for professional communication in a certain activity, as well as in the drive for expressing group belonging. Also, the author attempts to define the basic lexical features of jargon which are, primarily, the large number of borrowed expressions, metaphoric and metonymic expressions, and univerbised multiword expressions. In the following part of the thesis the author examines the jargon of poker players. He identifies the most significant features of the jargon of poker players, including the large number of terminology taken from the English language, a great deal of expressiveness. From the pragmatic and functional perspective, the jargon used by poker players has two main functions which depend on the context of its use The thesis also includes an explanatory glossary of the jargon of poker players with morphological data and examples of use.
Keywords:register, social variations, sociolect, social dialect, poker jargon


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