Fundamentals of the theory of social group dialects, Boyko B.L

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"Fundamentals of the theory of social group dialects." Doctoral dissertation, 2009. Boyko Boris Leonidovich.

The thesis developed the foundations of linguistic theory of social group dialects. On a material of military language and for the most part military jargon as a social group dialect we strive to show the diverse possibilities of its implementation in the processes of communication in a military environment.

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Chapter I. The main provisions of the theory of social group dialects

1.1. Ontological characteristics of the basic concepts of the theory of social group dialects
1.2. The functional content of the concept of social group dialect
1.2.1. Languages \u200b\u200beducated
1.2.2. The French language in Russia
1.2.3. Thieves argot
1.3. Socially-psychological conditions of the functioning of social group dialects
1.3.1. Speech communication in a social group and beyond
1.3.2. "Group language"
1.3.3. Youth jargon
1.4. German military jargon as a social group dialect

Conclusions of the first chapter

Chapter II. Social group dialect military subcultures

2.1. The specifics of communication in a homogeneous social environment (based on a soldier's amateur poetry)
2.1.1. Units in the texts of the speech subculture of amateur poetry Russian servicemen
2.1.2. Units voice subculture of amateur poetry in the texts of German soldiers
2.2. Social group dialect separate subcultures: the problem of interaction
2.3. Units social group dialect in the linguistic world of interacting cultures (based on Russian and German military jargon 1941-1945)
2.3.1. The realities of the Wehrmacht in the perception of Russian
2.3.2. The names of Russian military realities in the German military jargon
2.4. The imagery of the German and Russian military vocabulary: the problem of mutual languages \u200b\u200band cultures
2.5. Military jargon in a literary text as a transfer problem
2.6. Russian and German military jargon in the military subculture

Conclusions of the second chapter

Chapter III. Social group dialect in speech portrait of its carrier


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