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Title:Variantnost govorjene slovenščine pri geografsko mobilnih mladih govorcih, govorkah izbranega koroškega narečja : magistrsko delo
Authors:ID Kotnik, Katja (Author)
ID Zemljak Jontes, Melita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Kotnik_Katja_2022.pdf (1,14 MB)
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PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/e76d3909-4c94-4f3b-a3ce-96eea760f593
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V magistrskem delu je raziskana variantnost govorjene slovenščine pri geografsko mobilnih mladih govorcih izbranega koroškega narečja. Teoretično so predstavljena področja sociolingvistike, sociolingvistike na Slovenskem, sociolingvističnih metod in smeri, variantnostnih raziskav govorjenega jezika pri nas in na tujem, jezika mladine, koroških narečnih značilnosti ter nejezikovnih dejavnikov (temeljnih družbenih vzorcev in socialnopsiholoških dejavnikov), zaradi katerih prihaja do govornih variacij. Empirični del sestoji iz študij primerov šestih mobilnih mladih Korošcev, treh informantov in treh informant, s katerimi so bili izvedeni sociolingvistični intervjuji v skupnem obsegu šestih ur in trinajstih minut, njihov govor pa je bil kasneje še variantnostno analiziran. Sklenemo lahko, da govor vseh informantov variira, informante pa lahko razvrstimo v različne tipe govorcev (dva sta kodna preklopljevalca in dva narečna govorca, ena je kodna mešalka in ena profesionalna govorka). Potreba po večji variantnosti jezika je posledica družbenih sprememb, jezik pa obstaja na kontinuumu med narečnim in knjižnim, kjer je prisotnih mnogo govornih varietet, prilagojenih specifičnim govorcem in specifičnim govornim okoliščinam, v katerih se nahajajo. V sklepu predstavljamo omejitve naše raziskave in ponujamo priporočila za nadaljnje raziskave.
Keywords:variantnost, govorjena slovenščina, geografska mobilnost, koroško narečje, mladi
Year of publishing:2022
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:[K. Kotnik]
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (133 str.))
Source:Maribor
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-82099 New window
UDC:811.163.6\'276.3\'282.3(497.4Koroška)-053.6(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:117167107 New window
Publication date in DKUM:03.08.2022
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Language:English
Title:Variation of Spoken Slovene Language among Geographically Mobile Young Speakers of Carinthian Dialect
Abstract:The master’s thesis examines variation of spoken Slovene among geographically mobile young speakers of selected Carinthian dialect. The terms as sociolinguistics, sociolinguistics in Slovenia, sociolinguistic methods and fields, variation researches of spoken (Slovene or foreign) language, the language of the youth, characteristics of selected Carinthian dialect, and different non-linguistic factors that define language variation (e.g., important social patterns and sociopsychological factors) are defined. The empirical part of the master’s thesis consists of a case study of six mobile young people from selected Carinthia region, three female and three male informants. The sociolinguistic interviews conducted with informants are of total six hours and thirteen minutes, and their speech was afterwards analysed by the language variation analysis method. The main conclusion shows that the speech of all the informants varies. The informants can be classified into different types of speakers: two are code-switchers, two are dialect speakers, one is code-mixer, and one is a professional speaker. The need for a greater variety of a language is the result of social changes where language exists on a continuum between a standard and a dialect variant. These speech varieties are adjusted to specific informants and to their specific speech circumstances. In the conclusion, we present the limitations of our research and offer recommendations for further research.
Keywords:variation, spoken Slovene, geographic mobility, Carinthian dialect, youth


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