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Dziewońska-Kiss, Dorota: Symbols of death in Polish and Hungarian languages (based on a questionnaire material)

This article is a small part of the entire material that was obtained as a result of questionnaire-based studies conducted on a randomly selected group of Hungarians and Poles in the years 2008-2011, the subject of which was the phenomenon of death. One of the main objectives of the survey was to identify the differences and similarities in different ways of interpretation of this phenomenon by the present-day language users. The collected material is, therefore, the presentation of 'everyday vision' of death through the prism of experiences, truths, statements, beliefs, etc. The cultural aspect is a reflection of world views and old beliefs.


Keywords: death, belief, Polish language

Nagy, Enikő: Can you be sure that you are not in 'A Nap'? (A portray of 'A Nap' sensation-seeking newspaper)

The birth of the mass media in Hungary, which was a significant event, has not received enough attention in the domestic press history. I am aiming to emphasise in this paper that Budapest's transformation to a European city enhanced the growth of the media within the capital. A more business centred focus developed in the form of mass media, which created new ways of press distribution. 'Paperboys' started selling the newspapers. Several papers appeared in this period such as Kis Újség, Esti Újság, Friss Újság, A Nap, Az Est. I am going to describe the oppositionist 'A Nap' daily newspaper in more detail, which was established and edited by Sándor Braun economist journalist. 'A Nap' was targeted the masses on the streets and it relied on sales by 'paperboys' and incomes of advertisements. The paper became very successful and had a circulation of tens of thousands. 'A Nap' was distant from the traditional political papers by choosing flamboyant article titles and writing in a sensation-seeking way. The paper contained colourful short stories, accidents, crimes, political and economical news which attempted to grab the readership's attention. I am going to present the editorial, typographic and publishing aspects of the paper and review some of the most interesting editions, for example during the World War. 'A Nap' newspaper has been a milestone in the Hungarian press as it can be considered the first sensation-seeking newspaper in the country. However, I believe, it has not been recognised enough in the press history. I would like to stress the significance and importance of the 'A Nap' newspaper in relation to a historical analysis.


Keywords: media, paperboy, sensation, tabloid, sensation-seeking newspaper

Kovács, Aleksandra: Phraseological antonyms in the Croatian language

It is a known and accepted fact that antonyms can be nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs and prepositions. This work aims to transfer and apply the confirmed lexical interpretations of antonyms and antonymy to phrasemes. One of the classifications of antonyms is based on the nature of the relationship between the opposed meanings which includes binary or complementary, gradable and reversible antonyms. Is this kind of classification applicable when we are talking about phrasemes? When are we talking about phraseme antonyms with the same morphological root and when about primary ones? Is there a possibility to create phraseme antonym pairs and phraseme antonym groups? In which group could we classify those phrasemes whose components are in mutual contraposition? These are some of the questions to which I try to provide an answer in this paper. The examples used in the work are taken from the corpus of Croatian phraseology. Since this is a topic that is rarely discussed and researched, it may well represent an impulse and contribution towards further research.

Keywords: phraseme, phraseology, antonym, antonymy, Croatian language

Amaghlobeli, Natia: Non-standard syntactic markers in SMS discourse

The new forms of written communication, especially short message correspondence and its technical limitations or, more probably, possibilities make the costumer or enable him (her) to deviate from canonic norms of language. The deviation from the norm is noticeable not only from the orthographic but also from the typographic point of view with non-standard punctuation, graphical stretching of letters and emoticons. The given study, based on the research corpus of 258 French text messages collected with anonym questionnaire around the year 2009, makes an attempt to reveal and analyze nonstandard typographical variants used as syntactic markers in short message discourse.

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