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Ulrich, Sonja (2013). Bija san na lignjama: Dialektnivellierung in Dalmatien. In: Velmezova, Ekaterina. Schweizerische Beiträge zum XV. Internationalen Slavistenkongress in Minsk, August 2013. Bern: Peter Lang, 265-283.

Abstract

Traditional dialectology has focused primarily on questions concerning the classification of the dialects within today’s Croatian territory. Even though the considerable amount of shared features between southeast čakavian and štokavian-ikavian dialects spoken in Dalmatia is repeatedly mentioned by dialectologists and would suggest to look at the dialect situation of this region as a case of dialect leveling, no attempt has been made to investigate this potential regiolect on an empirical base.
It has to be expected that recent developments led (and will lead) to further leveling, namely between urban vernaculars and idioms of smaller towns and villages. Based on the assumption that the speech of young speakers best reflects the dynamics of (recent) dialect change, the speech of one exemplary informant is analyzed in this paper with regard to the occurrence of selected dialect features and compared with traditional descriptions of local idioms of the region as well as with the urban vernacular of the city of Split.

Abstract

Traditional dialectology has focused primarily on questions concerning the classification of the dialects within today’s Croatian territory. Even though the considerable amount of shared features between southeast čakavian and štokavian-ikavian dialects spoken in Dalmatia is repeatedly mentioned by dialectologists and would suggest to look at the dialect situation of this region as a case of dialect leveling, no attempt has been made to investigate this potential regiolect on an empirical base.
It has to be expected that recent developments led (and will lead) to further leveling, namely between urban vernaculars and idioms of smaller towns and villages. Based on the assumption that the speech of young speakers best reflects the dynamics of (recent) dialect change, the speech of one exemplary informant is analyzed in this paper with regard to the occurrence of selected dialect features and compared with traditional descriptions of local idioms of the region as well as with the urban vernacular of the city of Split.

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Item Type:Book Section, not refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Slavonic Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:490 Other languages
410 Linguistics
Uncontrolled Keywords:(southeast)čakavian, štokavian-ikavian, dialect features, dialect leveling, dialect change, regiolect, speech of young speakers, idiolect
Language:German
Date:2013
Deposited On:28 Oct 2013 07:17
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 17:04
Publisher:Peter Lang
Series Name:Slavica Helvetica
Number:83
ISSN:0171-7316
ISBN:978-3-0343-1406-0
Related URLs:http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=74541&concordeid=431406

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