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Title:Razumevanje frazemov v izbranih besedilih slovenske popularne glasbe v 5. in 9. razredu
Authors:ID Gorgiev, Aljaž (Author)
ID Kordigel Aberšek, Metka (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Gorgiev_Aljaz_2020.pdf (1,47 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/6c411ce8-9f68-48ac-b0d3-166102661e1e
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Frazeologija je veda, čigar osnovno sredstvo preučevanja je enota – frazem. Frazemi so stalne besedne zveze, njihov pomen pa ni razumljiv iz sestavnih besed frazema. V pesmih se največkrat pojavljajo ob metaforah, ki so glavna stilno-retorična figura literarnih besedil. Metafora pomeni uporabo besed ali besednih zvez v nasprotju z njenim dejanskim in najbolj logičnim pomenom. Po sodobni teoriji metafore pa se le ta pojmuje kot miselni proces, kako oseba konceptualizira eno pojmovno področje v drugega. Otroci se v svojem govornem razvoju pričnejo zavedati prenesenega pomena nekje v šestem letu starosti. Z leti v svojo komunikacijo vpletajo vedno več simbolike in simbolne igre. Na otrokov govorni razvoj vpliva več dejavnikov in ta poteka v številnih fazah. Namen raziskave je ugotoviti, ali spol in starost učencev vplivata na razumevanje frazemov, ki se pojavljajo v besedilih slovenske popularne glasbe. V raziskavo je bilo vključenih štirideset učencev iz 5. in 9. razreda. Raziskavo smo opravili s pomočjo polstrukturiranega intervjuja. Analiza rezultatov je pokazala, da spol pomembno vpliva na razumevanje frazemov, saj deklice v večini bolje razumejo frazeme kot dečki. Tudi starost učenca se je izkazala kot pomemben dejavnik, ki vpliva na razumevanje frazema, saj so starejši učenci frazem razumeli bolje kot mlajši.
Keywords:frazeologija, frazem, metafora, govorni razvoj, popularna glasba
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[A. Gorgiev]
Year of publishing:2020
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-78150 New window
UDC:811.163.6\'373.7:373.3:78.011.26(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:41881603 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:TZCU7ZLD
Publication date in DKUM:16.12.2020
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Licensing start date:05.11.2020

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Language:English
Title:How well pupils of 5th and 9th grades understand idioms in texts of slovene popular music
Abstract:Idiomatics is a field the basic unit of which is an idiom. Idioms are a type of set phrases and their meaning is not deductible from their constituents. Metaphors are the main stylistical and rhetorical figure of literary texts. Metaphor means the use of words or phrases that are in contrast with their actual and the most logical meaning. According to the modern theorisation of metaphors, they are perceived as a cognitive process. Throughout their speech development, children start to recognise figures of speech when they are aged six. As they grow older, they include more and more of symbolism in their communication. The aim of the research is to determine whether gender and age of pupils have an impact on how well they understand idioms, present in the texts of Slovene popular music. The research, which included 40 pupils from the 5th and 9th grades, was conducted by carrying out a semi-structured interview. The result analysis showed that gender is an important factor when it comes to understanding idioms, as girls mostly understand idioms better than boys. Age turned out to be a significant factor as well, as older pupils understand idioms better than younger pupils.
Keywords:idiomatics, idiom, metaphor, speech development, popular music


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