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Title:KOZMETIČNO IZRAZJE V ŽENSKI PERIODIKI (1897-1930)
Authors:Škornik, Vanesa (Author)
Ulčnik, Natalija (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Diplomsko delo se posveča jezikovnim spremembam, ki jih je doživelo izrazje s področja kozmetike. Poleg tega se dotakne tudi podob žensk v oglasih – odkriva, kaj so bile zaželene telesne lastnosti in s katerimi kozmetičnimi sredstvi so ženske lahko povečale svojo privlačnost. Viri za preučevanje izrazja so bili oglasi ter objave v ženskih revijah s konca 19. in z začetka 20. stol. S pomočjo slovarskega gradiva, ki je najbliže času nastanka besedil, sem ugotavljala ustaljenost kozmetičnega izrazja v 19. stol. in njegovo ustaljevanje v 20. stol. Podatke sem primerjala z jezikovnim stanjem kozmetičnega izrazja v 21. stol. Za določanje sprememb v obliki, pomenu in pogostosti besedja sem izvedla etimološko-leksikološko analizo z uporabo etimoloških jezikovnih priročnikov, slovarskih gradiv 19. in 20. stol., korpusa starejših besedil ter sodobnih slovarskih gradiv in korpusov. Analiza je pokazala precejšno neustaljenost izrazja v času njegovega oblikovanja. Največ izrazja (polovico analizirane leksike) je normiral že jezikovni priročnik s konca 19. stol., Pleteršnikov Slovensko-nemški slovar. V slovarjih 20. stol. je bil normiran zanemarljiv del analiziranih kozmetičnih izrazov, vendar pa rezultati analize po korpusu starejše slovenščine IMP kažejo na obstoj tega izrazja v tiskih 19. in 20. stol. Večinski delež tega izrazja je do danes doživel spremembo na vsaj eni jezikovni ravni, nekaj izrazja se ne uporablja več, dobrih 43 % kozmetičnega besedja pa ostaja nespremenjenega.
Keywords:ženske revije 19. in 20. stol., zgodovina jezika, jezikovne spremembe, etimološko-leksikološka analiza, žensko telo, lepota, kozmetika
Year of publishing:2015
Source:Maribor
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:JXKWG8LB
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Language:English
Title:COSMETIC TERMINOLOGY IN WOMEN'S PERIODICALS, 1897-1930
Abstract:The thesis presents the changes of cosmetic terminology. Furthermore, the image of women in advertisements is also taken into consideration; the present paper is discovering the desirable physical attributes in women and the measures they could take to be more attractive. The advertisements and articles in women's periodicals at the end of the 19th and in the beginning of the 20th century were used as the source for terminology analysis. The viability of cosmetic terminology in the 19th century and its practicality in the 20th century were researched with the support of contemporary dictionaries. The research data was compared to the state of cosmetic terminology in the 21st century. The etymological and lexicological analyses were undertaken to determine the lexical changes, semantic changes, and vocabulary frequency; etymology language guides, dictionaries of the 19th and the 20th centuries, a corpus of historical Slovene, as well as contemporary dictionaries and corpora were used to conduct the research. The data determined the terminology was considerably nonviable as it was developing. Most of the terminology – half of the analyzed – got verified with The Slovene-German Dictionary by Jože Pleteršnik, a language guide from the end of the 19th century. The analyzed terminology verified in the dictionaries of the 20th century is negligible; however, the analysis data – according to the corpus of historical Slovene language IMP – confirms the practicability of those terms in 19th and 20th century written language. A considerable share of those terms have undergone a language change at some level; some of the terms are not in use anymore, and about 43 percent of cosmetic terminology stay unchanged.
Keywords:women's periodicals of the 19th and 20th centuries, history of language, language change, etymological and lexicological analyses, female body, beauty, cosmetics


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