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Večnaglasnice v slovenščini : magistrsko delo
Jošt, Kaja (Author), Jurgec, Peter (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kržišnik, Erika (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Magistrsko delo skuša raziskati problem večnaglasnic v slovenščini z vidika splošnih fonoloških teorij. Zanimalo me je, ali obstaja razlika med tvorjenkami, za katere velja, da imajo več naglasov, in med tvorjenkami, za katere velja, da imajo en sam naglas. Raziskava je pokazala, da ni statistično značilnih razlik v trajanju in vrednostih formantnih frekvenc samoglasnikov, ki naj bi bili naglašeni, in samoglasnikov, ki naj ne bi bili. Lastnost, ki najjasneje ločuje naglašene samoglasnike od nenaglašenih, je daljše trajanje prvih. Pokazalo se je, da lahko glede na povprečne razlike v trajanju primerjanih samoglasnikov analizirane tvorjenke razvrstimo v tri različne skupine: tvorjenke s korenom v prvem delu, tvorjenke s predpono in tvorjenke s prevzeto sestavino. Analiza je potrdila, kar je pred tem ugotavljal že Jurgec (2007): število naglasov in prominentnost sta odvisna od fonološke in morfološke zgradbe besed. Zloženke oz. tvorjenke s korenom in tvorjenke s prevzeto sestavino v prvem delu so dvo- ali večnaglasne, medtem ko so tvorjenke s predpono bodisi dvonaglasne bodisi enonaglasne.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slovenščina, fonologija, besedni naglas, fonološka beseda, večnaglasnice, tvorjenke, leksikografija, bolonjski magisteriji
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2016
Publisher:[K. Jošt]
Number of pages:56 str., [9] f.
UDC:811.163.6'342.8'374
COBISS.SI-ID:62114402 Link is opened in a new window
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This MA thesis looks at secondary stress in Slovenian from the perspective of general phonological theory. The key question is whether there is a difference between derived words and compounds with and without secondary stress. The results indicate that there are no statistically significant differences in the duration and formant frequencies of vowels with and secondary stress and the ones without. The property that distinguishes the vowels that supposedely have (secondary) stress is duration. I found that the average differences in vowel length indicate three groups: compounds, prefixed words, and compounds with a foreign root. I analyze these differences by positing different prosodic strucures, following Jurgec (2007). Compounds have secondary stress at the level of phonological phrase, whereas prefixed words have either secondary stress at the level of prosodic word or no secondary stress. This MA thesis looks at secondary stress in Slovenian from the perspective of general phonological theory. The key question is whether there is a difference between derived words and compounds with and without secondary stress. The results indicate that there are no statistically significant differences in the duration and formant frequencies of vowels with and secondary stress and the ones without. The property that distinguishes the vowels that supposedely have (secondary) stress is duration. I found that the average differences in vowel length indicate three groups: compounds, prefixed words, and compounds with a foreign root. I analyze these differences by positing different prosodic strucures, following Jurgec (2007). Compounds have secondary stress at the level of phonological phrase, whereas prefixed words have either secondary stress at the level of prosodic word or no secondary stress.


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