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Заглавие: Релацията ценности - колоквиализация на вестникарския език
Други Заглавия: The relation values-newspaper language colloquialization
Автори: Lazarova, Mariana
Ключови Думи: colloquialization
newspaper language
Issue Date: 2010
Издател: Burgas Free University, 62, San Stefano Str., 8001 Burgas, Bulgaria
Цитиране: International research conference, “Challenges to Higher Education and Research in the Global Economic Crisis”, Burgas, 25 - 26 June 2010
Серия/Отчет но.: BFU_MK_2010_TOM_I;str-35
Резюме: The term colloquialization stands for the permeation of newspaper language with colloquial and dialogue elements, of provocative rudeness eliminating the borderline between formal and informal. This is both national and worldwide tendency, motivated by the effectiveness of the communicative function. While in the years following 1989 rudeness was provided the status of a standard through colloquialization, after 2007 rude lexics appeals to values so devaluated that it seems inappropriate to name them with elevated and lofty words. Colloquialization has made newspaper language attractive. However as anything driven to excess, it has repudiated itself.
Описание: International research conference 2010
URI: http://research.bfu.bg:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/141
ISBN: 978-954-9370-72-0
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