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When gaffers go to the secretariate: On the specific linguistic code in children's/YA diary prose


Dragun, Dragica
When gaffers go to the secretariate: On the specific linguistic code in children's/YA diary prose // Children and Languages Today: First and Second Language Literacy Development / Flegar, Željka ; Moritz, Ivana (ur.).
Wilmington: Vernon Press, 2019. str. 129-153


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Naslov
When gaffers go to the secretariate: On the specific linguistic code in children's/YA diary prose

Autori
Dragun, Dragica

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Children and Languages Today: First and Second Language Literacy Development

Urednik/ci
Flegar, Željka ; Moritz, Ivana

Izdavač
Vernon Press

Grad
Wilmington

Godina
2019

Raspon stranica
129-153

ISBN
978-1-62273-510-5

Ključne riječi
children/adolescents, fictional diaries, Dnevnik Mile Horvat, reception, Sedmi be, slang

Sažetak
Slang is a part of the linguistic code which indicates the existence of common knowledge and interests, and the use of which becomes an identity marker, especially among adolescents. The observed works, in which the subject/storyteller of the diary has taken their first step into the world of adolescence, and in which the storyteller abundantly uses slang, are fictional diaries Seventh B [Sedmi be, 1939] by Joža Horvat and Diary of Mila Horvat [Dnevnik Mile Horvat, 2004] by Ivana Josić. These texts show that slang is most commonly used in the areas of lexis and phraseology. The results of the reception (a study was conducted among children and adolescents) confirm the familiarity of the respondents with the mode of linguistic expression present in the texts ; i.e., the research confirms that the authors were justified in using this linguistic approach.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove:
Filozofski fakultet, Osijek

Profili:

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Dragun, Dragica
When gaffers go to the secretariate: On the specific linguistic code in children's/YA diary prose // Children and Languages Today: First and Second Language Literacy Development / Flegar, Željka ; Moritz, Ivana (ur.).
Wilmington: Vernon Press, 2019. str. 129-153
Dragun, D. (2019) When gaffers go to the secretariate: On the specific linguistic code in children's/YA diary prose. U: Flegar, Ž. & Moritz, I. (ur.) Children and Languages Today: First and Second Language Literacy Development. Wilmington, Vernon Press, str. 129-153.
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@inbook{inbook, author = {Dragun, D.}, year = {2019}, pages = {129-153}, keywords = {children/adolescents, fictional diaries, Dnevnik Mile Horvat, reception, Sedmi be, slang}, isbn = {978-1-62273-510-5}, title = {When gaffers go to the secretariate: On the specific linguistic code in children's/YA diary prose}, keyword = {children/adolescents, fictional diaries, Dnevnik Mile Horvat, reception, Sedmi be, slang}, publisher = {Vernon Press}, publisherplace = {Wilmington} }




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