Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/61236
Type of publication: Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Filologija / Philology (H004)
Author(s): Kamandulytė-Merfeldienė, Laura
Title: Nuo buitinės kalbos iki viešojo kalbėjimo: kiekybinis kai kurių leksikos ir gramatikos ypatybių tyrimas tekstynų lingvistikos metodu
Other Title: From a daily conversation to a public speech: a quantitative analysis of lexical and grammatical characteristics of the corpus of spoken Lithuanian
Is part of: Lituanistica. Vilnius : Lietuvos mokslų akademija, 2018, T. 64, nr. 4
Extent: p. 255-270
Date: 2019
Note: ISSN 2424-4716 (Online)
Keywords: Kalbos dalys;Sakytinės kalbos registras;Sakytinė kalba;Leksinė įvairovė;Inversinė žodžių tvarka;Spoken speech;Inverted word order;Register of spoken language;Parts of speech;Lexical diversity
Abstract: Straipsnio tikslas – pristatyti sakytinės kalbos atmainų įvairovę ir aptarti leksikos ir gramatikos ypatybes, atskleidžiančias bendriausius sakytinės kalbos atmainų skirtumus. Siekiant šio tikslo aptartas kalbos dalių pasiskirstymas, leksinė įvairovė ir dažniausi sakytinės kalbos atmainų žodžiai, taip pat labiau paplitę inversinės žodžių tvarkos atvejai įvairiose sakytinės kalbos atmainose; kur įmanoma, gauti rezultatai palyginti su rašytinės kalbos tyrimų rezultatais. Tyrimo metu taikyti kiekybinis, statistinis ir tekstynų lingvistikos metodai. Tyrimo šaltinis – įvairias sakytinės kalbos atmainas apimantis morfologiškai ir iš dalies sintaksiškai anotuotas Sakytinės lietuvių kalbos tekstynas. Tyrimo rezultatai atskleidė spontaninės ir parengtos sakytinės kalbos skirtumus, taip pat smulkesnių kalbos atmainų (registrų) ypatybes
The aim of the paper is to describe a variety of different registers of spoken Lithuanian and to discuss and compare their lexical and grammatical characteristics. Thus, in this article we: (1) characterize different registers and genres of spoken Lithuanian; (2) present a distribution of different parts of speech in the Corpus; (3) discuss the lexical diversity; (4) present the most typical inverted order of words; (5) when possible, compare our results with those obtained in written Lithuanian, Quantitative and statistical methods and a methodology of corpus linguistics were employed for the study. The study was based on the data of the Corpus of Spoken Lithuanian. During the study, all the conversations stored in the corpus were classified into five registers: academic, mass-media, casual, intimate, and consultative.An analysis of the distribution of different parts of speech revealed that the registers of spontaneous speech (namely, the casual, the intimate, and the consultative registers) did not differ among each other. However, significant differences were revealed between spontaneous and prepared speech: nouns and adjectives were more frequent in academic and mass-media discourse (both of which might be characterized as prepared speech), while adverbs, pronouns, and particles were more often used in spontaneous speech. A comparative analysis confirmed that from the perspective of the distribution of parts of speech the academic and the mass-media registers are the most similar to written language, especially to fictional texts. This might be explained by such characteristics of a fictional text as its stylistic flexibility and a pres-ence of conversations among the personages.[...]
Internet: https://lmaleidykla.lt/ojs/index.php/lituanistica/article/view/3884/2683
https://doi.org/10.6001/lituanistica.v64i4.3884
https://lmaleidykla.lt/ojs/index.php/lituanistica/article/view/3884/2683
Affiliation(s): Humanitarinių mokslų fakultetas
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Lituanistikos katedra
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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