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Korpusna analiza kreativne uporabe pisav v japonskih besedilih
Kompara, Jure (Author), Hmeljak, Marija Kristina (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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V diplomskem delu je na podlagi izbranih japonskih korpusnih besedil analizirana kreativna raba japonskih pisav. V prvem delu diplomskega dela je prikazana zgodovina razvoja pisav na Japonskem in kreativna raba pisav v preteklosti. Predstavljen je prihod pisav na Japonsko, adaptacija tujega pisnega sistema na podlagi potreb domačega jezika in razvoj avtohtonih zlogovnic. Predstavljeno je tudi spreminjanje kreativnega odstopanja in okoliščine pojavljanja le tega skozi zgodovino. Sledi oris pravil sodobne rabe japonskih pisav. V tem poglavju diplomskega dela, so predstavljena pravila sodobne standardne uporabe posameznih japonskih pisav. Kot zadnje, so predstavljene tendence, ki se izražajo pri kreativni rabi in korpusna analiza kreativne rabe pisav v japonskih besedilih. Kreativna raba se v sodobni japonščini večinoma odraža pri zlogovnici imenovani katakana, pri tem pa je že mogoče opaziti vzorce, po katerih se kreativna raba uporablja. Katakana se tako uporablja za izražanje izpostavljanja določenih informacij, izražanje piščevih občutkov ali predstave o nekem konceptu. Zlogovnica se uporablja tudi kot slogovna preferenca in pri tem izkazuje videz modernosti in internacionalnosti. Izmed treh tipov kreativne rabe prevladuje stilistična raba, sledi izpostavljalna, najmanj pogosta pa je čustvena raba, istočasno pa se lahko pri primeru pojavlja več tipov kreativne rabe skrati. Na pogostost kreativne rabe vpliva pogostost uporabe, pomen in kontekst v katerem se beseda pojavlja, vpliv teh dejavnikov pa se razlikuje pri različnih besednih vrstah. V določenih primerih je kreativna raba postala celo del standarda.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:kreativna raba, zgodovina pisave, japonščina, pisava, korpusna analiza
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
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Language:English
Title:Corpus analysis of creative use of scripts in selected japanese texts
Abstract:
The dissertation analyses the creative use of Japanese writing in selected text corpora. The first part contains a description of the historical development of writing in Japan and illustrates the use of creative writing in the past. This contains a description of the arrival of writing, the adaptation of the foreign script for the purposes of the native language and the development of uniquely Japanese writing syllabaries. The first part also contains an account of change of use and change of occurrence circumstances in creative writing throughout history. A description of standard use of modern Japanese script follows. This chapter includes an outline of the modern use of Japanese writing systems. Finally, tendencies of creative writing and analysis of Japanese text corpora are presented. Creative writing is most prominently noticeable in the use of katakana, where certain patterns of creative use are already evident. Katakana is used to highlight information and to convey the speaker's feelings or ideas. The syllabary is also used to express stylistic preference, signifying a sense of modernity and internationality. The stylistic use is the most prominent and widespread of the three types mentioned, followed by highlight use and lastly emotional use. It should be mentioned that all three uses can be present at the same time. The recurrence of creative use is dependent on the frequency of the term, its meaning and the context in which it is used. These characteristics have varying levels of influence depending on the word class. In certain cases creative use also became a part of the linguistic standard.

Keywords:creative use, history of writing, japanese language, writing system, corpus analysis

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