Polilingvali Vilniaus jaunimo raiška : socialinės tapatybės paieškos

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Polilingvali Vilniaus jaunimo raiška: socialinės tapatybės paieškos
Alternative Title:
Polylingual behaviour of Vilnius youth : searching for social identity
In the Journal:
Kalbotyra. 2012, t. 64(3), p. 140-157
Keywords:
LT
Daugiakalbystė; Jaunimo kalba; Kitų kalbų bruožai; Polilingvalizmas; Tapatybė; Vilniaus kalba; Žaidimas su kalba; Žargonybės.
EN
Features from other language; Identity; Language of young people; Language of youth; Language play; Multilingualism; Polylingualism; Slang; Sleng; The game of language; Vilnius Language.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje keliama iki šiol Lietuvoje nenagrinėta jaunimo polilingvalaus elgesio problema. Tyrimo duomenis sudaro Vilniaus paauglių kalbos tekstynas, sukauptas renkant savanorių informantų įrašus ir atliekant etnografinius stebėjimus. Darbo tikslas – palyginti kitų kalbų elementų vartojimo dažnumą ir funkcijas jaunesniųjų (13-14 m.) ir vyresniųjų (15-17 m.) moksleivių kalboje. Be to, remiantis pokalbių analizės metodu, norima ištirti, kokius vaidmenis Vilniaus jaunuoliai sau priskiria ir kokias socialines tapatybes kuria, pasitelkdami polilingvalią raišką. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe paper raises the problem of polilingual behaviour of Vilnius teenagers. The aim of this study is to reveal the frequency of linguistic features in the language of Vilnius teenagers of two age groups (13-14 and 15-17) as well as identify reasons for the informants' polylingual behaviour. Extracts of spontaneous interactions from the corpus of the language of Vilnius youth have been chosen for the analysis. The results of the quantitative analysis have revealed that the elderly informants' and younger boys' polylingual behaviour is characterised by frequent, repetitive Russian features and nonrecurrent occurences of English features. The predominant use of English features in younger girls' speech may imply that they have not yet mastered the Russian slang as well as point to their positive attitudes towards the English language. Within the framework of interactional sociolinguistics, the analysis of younger informants' speech has revealed a link between English, German, Polish features and language play. Differently from the elderly teenagers, younger teenagers tend to change identities, e.g. an experienced player, an expert at love affairs, an adult who can evaluate youth language, via the play with English items. Russian items, which make a major part of slang in elderly teenagers' speech, are used for sociopsychological purposes, as a means to display peer group identity. The study has revealed a varied polylingual production of Vilnius teenagers, which serves as a means of negotiating the social identity of a peer group member, creative and innovative teenager. [From the publication]

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1392-1517
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2018-12-17 13:15:39
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