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Generational changes in the Orava dialect on the example of the villages of Zubrzyca Gorna and Zubrzyca Dolna
Kulawiaková, Barbora ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (advisor) ; Muryc, Jiří (referee)
(in English) The topic of the diploma thesis is the Orava dialect preserved in the territory of two villages located on the territory of Poland - Zubrzyca Górna and Zubrzyca Dolna. The thesis first focuses on the description of phonetic and lexical changes that occur in the dialect of a group of speakers representing different generations. The aim is also to determine the framework of dialect use, i.e. communication situations in which it is actively used. The basis for the presented findings is field research. The main material is recordings of interviews on specific topics that were conducted in the researched area between 2021-2022.
Commented translation of selected parts of the drama by the Polish author Dorota Masłowska Bowie w Warszawie
Novotný, Aleš ; Benešová, Michala (advisor) ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals with the translation of selected scenes from the theater drama Bowie w Warszawie by the Polish author Dorota Masłowska. The aim of the thesis is to describe and present the specifics of the translation of realities and concepts related to the Polish People's Republic. At the same time, the text aims to present to the general public the method of translation work in this case of theater drama and translation work in general. Key words Contemporary Polish drama, Dorota Masłowska, commented translation, figures, ranks, proper names, names
Comparative analysis of modification process of noun derivatives in Polish and Czech
Arłukowicz, Adrianna ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (advisor) ; Nábělková, Mira (referee)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is a linguistic comparison of modifying derivatives of nouns in Polish and Czech. The subject of my interest will be four word-forming categories, i.e nomina feminativa, nomina deminutiva, nomina augmentativa and nomina juvenium. On the basis of the attached literature and corpuses of the Czech and Polish languages, an analysis of the process of noun formation of individual categories will be performed. The thesis will also focus on the way alternations and irregularities occur in both languages and subsequently on the frequency of modifying derivatives and the role of their occurrence in contemporary Czech and Polish languages. Overall, the work will focus on the comparison of the described processes in both languages with an emphasis on the similarities and differences between the mentioned languages.
Formation and use of agentiv nouns in contemporary czech and polish language
Plasová, Anna ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (advisor) ; Benešová, Michala (referee)
This thesis focusses on the issue of feminine gender agentive nouns formation and use in contemporary Polish, with respect to analogical phenomena in Czech. The theoretical part of the thesis sketches the form and the manner of derivation of the feminine counterparts of agentive nouns, subsequently analysing their socio- political implications (the opposition between masculine and feminine gender, various views concerning the asymmetry in their usage). In contemporary Polish, two antagonistic trends can be delineated, one tabooing and blocking the derived forms, the other, on the contrary, upholding and promoting them. In general, feminine forms are widely used for designations of jobs with lower social prestige; conversely, with respect to professions and honorifics viewed as prestigious, feminization is sparse, and, outside the feminist coterie, viewed as unnatural, inappropriate, even belittling. There are also quite a few nouns that undergo derivation only selectively. This state of affairs is evaluated as substantially different from that in Czech, a language in which feminization is common and normally unmarked. The practical part contains a research carried out on a corpus of texts from the Polish daily newspaper Gazeta Wyborcza from 2006; 18 problematic feminine gender agentive nouns were...
The concept of human being in Polish and Czech phraseology - selected areas
Klimková, Eva ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (advisor) ; Kostecka, Anna (referee)
The aim of the present essay, "The Concept of Human Being in Polish and Czech Phraseology: Selected Areas," is to show the rich thesaurus of expressions that carry contents linked to human treats of character, emotions, and psychological states. In Chapter I, "The Subject of Phraseology," I provide an outline of the significance of phraseology, of its history and of the present state of research in Poland. The most important linguists that focus on this branch of linguistics are cited here, such as S. Skorupka, A. M. Lewicki, A. Pajdzinska, S. Baba, B. Rejakowa, M. Basaj, and D. Rytel. I explain the meaning of the stylistic process called "de-phraseologizing".
Lexikal Turkisms in Slovak and Polish
Kroupová, Magdalena ; Nábělková, Mira (advisor) ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (referee)
This diploma paper deals with the problem of Turkisms in Slovak and Polish. The starting point is the conceptual and terminological definition of borrowed lexis from Turkic languages. Thesis is focusing on the issue of the appellative and proprial lexis and partly on the phraseology, which is associated with Turkisms; on the question of current status of particular borrowed lexemes; on the measure of their integration in the lexicon of Slovak and Polish on the basis of the semantic and derivative criterion (the range of domestic word-formative nests derived from Turkism as wordformative base and the question of developed domestic meanings) in comparative perspective.
Civic Platform - Law and Justice. Linguistic picture of a collective political opponent on material from election campaigns and coalition talks in the year 2005
Kontšek, Martin ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (advisor) ; Kaleta, Petr (referee)
The thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part includes pieces of knowledge of political comunication, language of politics and linguistic picture of the world. I will also present the political scene in Poland in the year 2005 and the political parties - Platforma Obywatelska and Prawo i Sprawiedliwość. The practical part contains an analysis of selected materials referring to the picture of a collective political opponent. Key words: Law and Justice, Civic Platform, linguistic picture of the world, language of politics, collective political opponent, election campaign, coalition talks
Reconstruction of the phonological system of contemporary Polish language with an accent on the vocalic system
Vacula, Richard ; Balowski, Mieczyslaw (advisor) ; Rusin Dybalska, Renata (referee)
Polish is a language with a prevailing consonantism. Its vocalic system has been relatively stable. It has been characteristic by an oral and a two-vowels nasal subsystems. It also missed the diphthongs (except a small number of foreign expressions and some vocalic structures with the glide Ij/ which however haven't been considered as diphthongs). The new diphthongs or diphthongoids can be created in in two or three diffrent ways. Oral diphthongs are made from the connection of a vowel with an etymological dental ly (I) owing to the progressive vocalisation ofthis lateralliquid into the glide Iw/. Nasal diphthongs are the continuants of either the primitive nasal vowels or the structures oral vowel + nasal consonant, in the both cases before aspirante. The glide Iwl originates in a Proto-Slavonic non-palatalised /ll, which has changed during its evolution into a dental ly (I) with labialisation and has been progressively vocalised after the decline ofthe functional correlation with the "soft" lPI. That change regards almost the whole polish territory today. However, the phoneme Iwl can appear not only in diphthong structures but also in some other positions (in neamess ofthe consonants). This phonotactic distribution distinguishes it from the other Polish glide Ij/ and in the same time assimilates it into...

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