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Title:JEZIK MLADOSTNIKOV V SMS-IH V ZADNJEM TRILETJU OSNOVNE ŠOLE
Authors:Antolič, Sanja (Author)
Zemljak Jontes, Melita (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:Vsak dan se srečujemo z različnimi elektronskimi mediji, ki so nepogrešljiv pripomoček vsakega posameznika. Računalnik, telefon, mobilni telefon, tablica in drugi omogočajo komunikacijo na vsakem koraku, bodisi v službi, doma, na kavi s prijatelji. Najbolj razširjena aparatura je vsekakor mobilni telefon. Ta omogoča posameznikom govorno ali pisno komunikacijo, dostop do spleta, pošiljanje slikovnega in zvočnega gradiva ter vrsto drugih funkcij. SMS-i so zaradi svoje raznovrstnosti in barvitosti z jezikoslovnega vidika raziskovalcem zelo zanimivi, saj v pisno komunikacijo vrivajo govorne značilnosti in s tem prinašajo spremembe na področju knjižnega in neknjižnega jezika, kjer je prvi primarno pisen, drugi pa govorjen. Mladostniški SMS-i tako poleg neknjižne forme tvorijo SMS-e z na novo sprejetimi formami, besedami, znanimi ožjemu krogu, emotikoni in podobno. Diplomsko delo je razdeljeno na dva dela. V prvem, teoretičnem delu je opisana komunikacija nasploh, pobliže pa pregledana SMS-komunikacija ter jezikovna podoba SMS-ov. Dalje sledijo izvlečki in analiza strokovnih člankov na izbrano temo. Drugi del zajema 315 SMS-ov, ki so jih napisali osnovnošolci, stari od 12 do 14 let. Konkretni SMS-i prikazujejo torej podobo jezika, ki se danes pojavlja na področju Posavja. Prav tako v analizo sodijo tudi nejezikovne značilnosti SMS-ov.
Keywords:SMS, SMS-komunikacija, emotikon, jezikovna podoba SMS-ov, govorna in pisna komunikacija, krajšanje besed
Year of publishing:2014
Publisher:[S. Antolič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:811.163.6ʼ276(043.2)
COBISS_ID:20687624 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:PMBFSNRV
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Language:English
Title:LANGUAGE OF ADOLESCENTS IN TEXT MESSAGES IN THE LAST THREE YEARS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL
Abstract:Electronic media have become an essential part of every individual's everyday life. Computer, phone, mobile phone, tablet–all of them enable communication at any given moment at work, home or when with friends. In this respect, mobile phones are the most widely used. They offer verbal communication and text messaging, Internet access, sending image and sound content and many other features. Researchers find text messages intriguing because of their variety and colourfulness in terms of language. Text messages are interlaced with verbal characteristics, thus changing both written literary language and spoken colloquial language. Colloquial teenage text messages also contain new forms, words used only by few people, emoticons etc. The thesis consists of two parts. The theoretical part provides a more general insight into communication and focuses on SMS communication and linguistic image of SMS text messages. Moreover, it presents an overview and analysis of related articles. The practical part includes 315 text messages composed by primary school pupils aged from 12 to 14 years. The messages reflect the language currently used in the region of Posavje. The analysis also involves reviewing non-verbal characteristics of text messages.
Keywords:SMS, SMS communication, emoticon, linguistic image of text messages, verbal communication, word shortening


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