Лексические и синтактико-стилистические изменения в современном английском языке - влияние компьютер




Язык оригинала: английский
Table of contents
Introduction .............................................................................. 3

Part I
1.1. Neologisms as a Linguistic Phenomenon
1.1.1. Vocabulary Extension
1.1.2. Semantic Extension
1.2. Stylistic Classification of the English Word-Stock
 1.2.1.The Notion of Slang, Jargon, and Techspeak.
 1.2.2.Hackerdom
 1.2.3.Hacker subcultures

Part II

2.1. Jargon Construction
2.1.1. Verb Doubling
2.1.2. Soundalike Slang
2.1.3. The «P» convention
2.1.4. Generalization
2.1.5. Spoken Inarticulations
2.1.6. Anthropomorphization
2.1.7. Comparatives

2.2. Hacker Style as
2.2.1. Hacker Speech Style .......................................
2.2.2. Hacker Writing Style ..............................................
2.2.3. International Style ...................................................
2.2.6. Hacker Humour

2.3. Pronunciation Features of Hacker Jargon

Conclusions ......................................................................... 55
Bibliography ....................................................................... 56
List of Lexicographical Sourses
List of Internet Sites
Glossary of Terms ................................................................ 55
Appendix ............................................................................ 57


INTRODUCTION
 This paper deals with computerization as a source of lexical, syntactic-stylistic, and phonetic changes in Modern English language. It focuses on hackers jargon having its construction, stylistic peculiarities, and phonetic features as the target.
 The scientific novelty of the paper lies in the attempt to systemize lexical, syntactic-stylistic, and phonetic changes, which are introduced by hacker culture to Modern English; to find out and describe particular features of hacker jargon; to analyse the correlation between basic hacker subcultures. A few hackers tried to analyze the language they use; the problem of hackers jargon is still a moot point.
 The theoretical value of the research lies in the fact that it is one of the first attempts to investigate the changes introduced to Modern English with the appearance of computers. We hope that the obtained data will make a contribution to the linguistic studies, especially to the pragmatic aspects of linguistics.
 The practical value of the work is in the opportunity to apply the data to the process of teaching English at university: to teach conversational English at practical English classes, at lectures on English Lexicology or Stylistics.
 The objective of the paper is to reveal and describe a set of lexicological, stylistic, and phonetic features of hacker jargon.
 In accordance with the objective the following tasks are set:
1) to define the status of hacker jargon as a linguistic and sociocultural phenomenon;
2) to single out and analyze the most significant ways of forming hacker jargon;
3) to analyze the style hackers use in written and oral speech;
4) to provide pronunciation keys to the jargon.
The investigation was carried out on the material of Internet. 25 sites in total introducing the peculiarities of hacker jargon were analyzed through the use of diachronic, synchronic, descriptive approaches, through some elements of distributional, substitution, and oppositional methods of linguistic analysis and with some elements of conceptual, linguostylistic, and sociocultural analyses included .
 The structure of the work is done in accordance with the general conceptual framework adopted. Part I of the paper dwells upon neologisms as a linguistic phenomenon, stylistic differentiation of Modern English vocabulary, the difference between slang, jargon, and techspeak, and hacker culture as a loosely networked collection of subcultures. Part II presents tentative applications of basic approaches to hacker jargon analysis in terms of linguistics, semantics, stylistics, and phonetics. Conclusions contain the description of the major results of the research.

Conclusions

Computerization, hacker culture, and hacker jargon are viewed here as a source of lexical, semantic-stylistic, and phonetic changes it introduces into Modern English.
Further investigation of the hacker culture influencing Modern English from the perspective









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