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Title:Terminologija begunske krize v izbranih slovensko-nemških spletnih časopisih
Authors:Leben, Mihael (Author)
Kučiš, Vlasta (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:Evropska begunska kriza je bila v drugi polovici leta 2015 tema številka ena v medijih. V tem času je pogosto prišlo do napačne rabe terminologije, še posebej pri poimenovanju beguncev. Diplomsko delo analizira terminologijo slovenskih in nemških spletnih časopisov. V teoretičnem delu diplomske naloge smo predstavili lastniško strukturo medijev in medijsko krajino v Sloveniji, sledila pa je kratka predstavitev izbranih spletnih časopisov, ki so bili vključeni v analizo. Nadalje smo predstavili prevajalca kot medkulturnega posrednika, vlogo medkulturne komunikacije ter pomen kriznega komuniciranja v slovensko-nemških spletnih časopisih. Primerjali smo status novinarja s statusom prevajalca v slovenski družbi ter predstavili termine, ki se pogosto uporabljajo za udeležence migracijskih gibanj. V drugem delu diplomskega dela je sledila analiza spletnih časopisov, kjer smo ugotovili, da je poročanje v večini primerov bilo korektno in objektivno. Uporaba terminov begunec in migrant pri slovenskih spletnih časopisih je bila izenačena, medtem ko so nemški časopisi prednost dajali terminu begunec. Opravili smo tudi pogovor z novinarjem časopisa Večer, kjer smo se dotaknili terminologije begunske krize. V sklepnem delu pa je predstavljen glosar, ki smo ga ustvarili s pomočjo že obstoječe literature in terminološke zbirke IATE.
Keywords:begunska kriza, terminologija, spletni časopisi, medkulturna komunikacija, glosar
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[M. Leben]
Source:Maribor
UDC:81ʹ25(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22318856 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:IHJ9BW65
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Language:English
Title:Refugee Crisis Terminology in Selected Slovene and German Online Newspapers
Abstract:The refugee crisis in Europe was dominating headlines in the second half of 2015. During that time, the terminology was often used incorrectly, especially considering the many names the refugees have been given. The purpose of this diploma paper was to analyse the terminology used in Slovenian and German online daily newspapers. In the theoretical part we presented the media ownership structure and the media landscape in Slovenia, followed by a short presentation of online newspapers included in the analysis. Furthermore, we presented the translator as an intercultural mediator, explained the role of intercultural communication and the importance of crisis communication in Slovene and German online daily newspapers. We compared the status of journalists and translators in Slovenian society and presented the most frequent terms used to describe the participants of migrations. In the empirical part of the paper we analysed the online daily newspapers and determined that the coverage was mostly objective and appropriate. In Slovenian online newspapers the use of terms migrant and refugee was balanced, while German newspapers preferred the term refugee. We also conducted an interview with a reporter from the newspaper Večer, where we touched upon the subject of refugee crisis terminology. In the final part we created a bilingual glossary with the aid of existing literature and the terminology database IATE.
Keywords:refugee crisis, terminology, online newspapers, intercultural communication, glossary


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