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Linguistic Analysis of Internet Hip Hop Magazines
Vokatá, Lenka ; Schneiderová, Soňa (advisor) ; Hroch, Miloš (referee)
The thesis deals with the language used in online hip hop magazines. The objective is to describe the language that is characteristic of such magazines. The language is analysed against the backdrop of journalistic style and its genres, and the standard language norm. The language analysis includes articles published in Bbarák and HipHopStage magazines. The thesis also defines hip hop and briefly describes its history, including the beginnings of hip hop music journalism. The practical section of the thesis provides a language analysis of articles published in the selected magazines. It describes the composition of the articles and focuses on the ways to connect with readers. The section also focuses on the orthographic quality of the articles. The final outcome of the analysis is a description of individual language levels, while highlighting characteristic features of the language in online hip hop magazines.
Language devices used in dating advertisements
The goal of the thesis is to characterise texts used in dating advertisements from a linguistic point of view, focusing on advertisements posted on a selected online dating portal. The theoretical section of the thesis explores the history of dating advertising, special features of online communication and differences in male and female communication, including the stylistic concept of dating advertisements and a description of the relevant textual type. The research section of the thesis analyses dating advertisements in terms of individual linguistic levels.
The bachelor's thesis deals with some of Czech and Moravian place names. In terms of material, the thesis is based on the author's subcorpus of oikonyms. These oikonyms are somewhat specific (e.g. in that they seem to sound expressive). The thesis aims to describe such place names which are unconventional and unusual in terms of language, including the etymologic roots of their semantics. Additional focus was placed on what motivation had prevailed in the creation of these oikonyms.

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