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Slavic lexicography at the beginning of the 21st century. Proceedings of the international conference. Prague 20. – 22. 4. 2016
Niševa, Božana ; Blažek, David ; Krejčířová, Iveta ; Skwarska, Karolína ; Šlaufová, Eva ; Vašíček, Michal
Proceedings of the international conference which took place on April 20 – 22, 2016 at the Czech Academy of Sciences Headquarters, Národní 3, Praha 1 as a part of the international cooperation between the Institute of Slavonic Studies CAS and the Prof. Lyubomir Andreychin Institute for Bulgarian Language BAS (2013–2016). In the book theoretical and practical knowledge of Slavic lexicography at the beginning of the new century is presented within the broad Slavic context.
Loanwords from exotic languages in Czech and Bulgarian Language
Skácelová, Anne-Maria ; Niševa, Božana (advisor) ; Gladkova, Hana (referee)
Annotation: The bachelor's thesis focuses on comparing the attitudes to words taken from so-called "exotic" languages in Czech and Bulgarian linguistics and lexicography. It examines the terminological and theoretical agreements and the differences in the approaches to similar exoticisms and the different formal, semantic and grammatical features of individual loanwords. The analysed material comes from single-volume interpretative dictionaries of literary Czech and Bulgarian which are regarded as normative and contain approximately 50,000 or 60,000 words. The thesis is based on the view that the term "exotic language" ("exoticism") is mainly denoted by the names of phenomena, objects and so on originating from distant lands and cultures (realia) while taking into account the de-exoticism of particular units, which gradually become part of the commonly-used vocabulary of both languages.
Abrreviation in Contemporary Bulgarian language in Comparison with the Czech language
Kalajdžievová, Natalie ; Rangelová, Albena (advisor) ; Košková, Mária (referee) ; Niševa, Božana (referee)
ABBREVIATION IN CONTEMPORARY BULGARIAN LANGUAGE IN COMPARISON WITH THE CZECH LANGUAGE Dissertation work is aimed at confrontation study of abbreviation in Bulgarian in comparison with Czech and at the description of abbreviations as specific language symbols. Contemporary language tendencies and the changes in the field of abbreviation in relation to the language typology are taken into account. The work is dedicated to the grammatical, stylistic and semantic characteristics of the abbreviations, while a substantial part of the confrontation description addresses the graphical and initial abbreviations, which create a central part of the partial system of abbreviation formations. From the confrontational aspect, there is also described the ability of abbreviations to serve as word-formation base for derivatives. The dissertation work also includes the results of socio-linguistic research made by questionnaire method, where the respondents evaluated the abbreviations of an international character and the words containing abbreviated bases implemented into the text written in Cyrillic.
Innovation processes in the Czech and Bulgarian language situation (based on media language material)
Niševa, Božana ; Martincová, Olga (advisor) ; Savický, Nikolaj (referee) ; Gladkova, Hana (referee)
The problems of the innovation processes in the present-day language systems have been essential to the current linguistic research. In general, this thesis is focused on a synchronic contrastive description of the types of innovation processes producing and inf1uencing the lexical dynamics of the Czech and Bulgarian languages. Doing so, it stems from the generally accepted view that, depending on the criterion applied, the individual innovation processes may be made correlative with various dynamic tendencies of a more complex and universal nature, L e. with signs of intellectualization and democratization, intemationalization and nationalization, terminologization and de-terminologization ofthe Czech and Bulgarian literary languages. Chapter I presents the methodological and theoretical starting points of the research. By means of a model designed by B. Havránek and developed by A. Jedlička, the following parallels between the Czech and Bulgarian language situations are being set in it: a) political and social changes in both societies and new orientation of interests of the members of the "language (communication) community"; b) widening the spheres of use of colloquial and non-literary linguistic devices; c) increase in the number of users of foreign languages, especially English; d) spread of new...

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