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Student slang: formal and semantic analysis of Spanish in comparison with Czech
ŠIMONÍKOVÁ, Bára
This bachelor's thesis focuses on students' slang in both the Spanish and the Czech language, where it is further illuminated by semantic and formal analysis. The work is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical section deals with the characteristic linguistic features of student slang, which is primarily defined from a lexicological point of view and also presents the most common processes of student slang formation. The practical section uses a questionnaire survey to record the slang and informal expressions currently used by Czech and Spanish university students, and subsequently clarifies them by means of a comparative analysis. The work is supplemented by a small Spanish- Czech glossary of student "slangisms".
Word-formation Mechanisms the Student Slang of the Present-Day French
ŠIMKOVÁ, Andrea
This bachelor's thesis on French students' slang aims to create a corpus of expressions used by young people in everyday speech, especially with their peers in a school environment. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, I deal with the social stratification of the language, and thus in particular with slang and argot, or ungrammatical sociolects. I then discuss the word-formation devices that can be used to form these slang expressions, both formal and semantic, as well as verlan or javanais. The practical part contains the actual research - the questionnaire is presented, then each question is analysed separately, including graphs of the frequency of expression, and finally an overall summary of the results and the conclusion drawn from it. The thesis also contains a corpus of collected slang expressions with their meanings and Czech translations.
To the issues connected with the speech of pupils at lower-secondary schools
SOCHŮRKOVÁ, Markéta
The diploma thesis is focused on the speech of secondary school pupils. The aim of my thesis is to outline the main issue of pupils' and students' slang. The first part is theoretical and describes the differentiation of national language, formal expressions, informal expressions and informal half-formations of the national language (professional speech, argot and slang). Then the thesis analyzes the ways of creating particular slang expressions and literature that deals with this topic and defines the elder-school age period and adolescence. The second part of my thesis is focused on the speech of pupils' and students' slang. The third part is practical and reflects the expressions that were stated in the questionnaires by the pupils, evaluates them and researches the process of forming and also observes the frequency of using the particular expressions. The most interesting expressions are transferred into the graphs. The questionnaire based on the secondary school pupils' speech and a processed dictionary, which was created from the obtained slang expressions, are included in the appendix. The basic method that was chosen is the method of data collection using the questionnaires, which were distributed at the Primary School J.Š. Baara in České Budějovice and at the Primary School Sídliště in Vlašim.
English and Czech Student Slang.
BLECHOVÁ, Petra
This diploma thesis is concerned with the comparison of student slang word-formation processes in Czech and English gained in a form of a questionnaire spread among Czech and English students of secondary schools and universities. The thesis is composed of two parts the theoretical one and the practical one. The theoretical part deals with varieties of Czech national language, with slang in general, it is focused on student slang and on productive ways of forming slang words in both Czech and English. The essence of the practical part is to perform a comparative analysis of word-formation processes of selected words and also to make a dictionary of student slang expressions.
The issues of student´s slang
RŮŽIČKOVÁ, Pavla
Bachelor's thesis focuses on the analysis of current student slang. It contains two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part discusses the language, Czech language and its units. It also focuses on the general characteristics of slang, its distribution and the slang description of student environment. The content of the practical part is the analysis of the collected material to this topic. The analysis is based on a survey of slang for second-degree of primary schools and lower grades of multiannual gymnasiums compared to the slang of university students.
Students' slang in the Québec French - formal and semantic analysis
SOUDKOVÁ, Eliška
The theme of this bachelor thesis is Students' slang in the Quebec French - formal and semantic analysis. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part focuses on the history of Quebec French and on the major differences between French used in France and French used in Quebec. It also contains definition of the most important linguistic terminology used later in analysing the Quebec slang. In the practical part you can find the research of students' slang in Quebec. There is also a complete corpus of expressions used which contains a comparison with French from France and suggestions of Czech translation. The thesis is completed with a French-Czech glossary.
Slang of Students
HRUŠKOVÁ, Hana
The topic of my bachelor's work is an analysis of student slang at five secondary school in Pelhřimov. My work is divided into two parts - teoretical and practical. In teoretical part I focuse on development and sturcture of national language then I describe the slang and next the student slang. In first part I show how slang get started according to onomaziologic procedures. The practical part deals with slang derived material and its distri-bution according to onomazilogiie. The target of my work is about grasping nowadays student slang at five secondary schools in Pelhřimov and their comparing.

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