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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
1

Die univerbierenden Verkürzungen der heutigen russischen Sprache

Baecklund, Astrid. January 1940 (has links)
Inauguraldiss.-- Uppsala. / Bibliography: p. [127]-132.
2

The use of Chinese abbreviations in Hong Kong : analysis with an optimality theory

Wong, Man Wai 01 January 2011 (has links)
No description available.
3

A study of automatic expansion of Chinese abbreviations

Lee, Hiu-wing, Doris. January 2005 (has links)
Thesis (M. A.)--University of Hong Kong, 2005. / Title proper from title frame. Also available in printed format.
4

Die univerbierenden Verkürzungen der heutigen russischen Sprache

Baecklund, Astrid. January 1940 (has links)
Inauguraldiss.-- Uppsala. / Bibliography: p. [127]-132.
5

Las abreviaciones del español usadas en lacomunicación mediada por ordenador por jóvenesmexicanos.

Graham Augustsson, Martha January 2014 (has links)
The aim of this study is to investigate the reasons why young people in Mexico useabbreviations, how abbreviations are used and what kind of abbreviations they use amongtheir group of friends. The study is conducted among a small sample of persons between 18 to30 years old and from one sociocultural group.We studied a group of 20 informants. In this group we included young people working as acashiers, warehouse workers, employees in stores, etc. These informants answered a writtenquestionnaire and we also analyzed 40 of their Facebook messages.In summary, it was noticed that the abbreviations were used because it is a fast way to writebecause they save time. According to the informants “It is fun and is easy to use them whenwriting their messages”. We could see that a few informants use them because it is a new wayof writing as well as considering it to be entertaining to write their messages. When analyzingtheir messages, we saw that these informants do not seem to have rules when writing theirabbrevations, they shorten the words in all forms and place them in any part of theirmessages. They often adapt their way of writing to the pronunciation of the words, similar tothe spoken language. Some words had influences from the caliche jargot (a variety ofcolloquial language used among young people in Mexico). The informants in this study areusing all kinds of abbreviations such as abbreviated words, acronyms and shortenings
6

Lexical shortening in Chinese: a corpus-based, constraint-based, and cross-linguistic investigation

Jiao, Nina., 焦妮娜. January 2010 (has links)
published_or_final_version / Linguistics / Doctoral / Doctor of Philosophy
7

A study of automatic expansion of Chinese abbreviations

Lee, Hiu-wing, Doris., 李曉穎. January 2005 (has links)
published_or_final_version / abstract / Linguistics / Master / Master of Arts
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Netspeak : The language of the Internet

Lundell, Hanna January 2009 (has links)
<p><p>The Internet is in many cases our primary source for communication. As more communicative options online are introduced and become a part of our life, the language of the Internet, so called Netspeak, becomes a part of our language. The aim of this paper was to find out whether there is a difference in the use of Netspeak between teenagers and adults. The investigation was based on two message boards, one where the majority is teenagers and one where the majority is adults. Four different features of Netspeak were studied: exaggerated use of punctuation; exaggerated use of capital letters; abbreviations; and emoticons. All features are substitutes for paralanguage.</p><p>The results show that teenagers are more likely to use features such as exaggerated use of punctuation and capitals, and abbreviations. Adults are, however, more likely to use emoticons than teenagers.</p></p>
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Die Abkürzungen in den Kölner Handschriften der Karolingerzeit ...

Foerster, Hans, January 1916 (has links)
Inaug.-Diss.--Bonn. / Lebenslauf. "Abgekürzt angeführte Literatur": p. vii-viii.
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[en] NETSPEAK: ABBREVIATIONS AND OTHER STRATEGIES OF WRITING / [pt] INTERNETÊS: ABREVIATURAS E OUTRAS ESTRATÉGIAS DE ESCRITA

TIAGO DA SILVA RIBEIRO 09 April 2007 (has links)
[pt] Novos ambientes e novas ferramentas para a escrita, particularmente em sistemas computacionais de comunicação síncrona, como chats, fazem surgir novas formas de abreviação. Neste trabalho, procuramos mostrar que, apesar de as abreviaturas sempre terem sido utilizadas em manuscritos, seja para poupar tempo ou esforços, novas mídias trazem novas questões para o fenômeno de abreviação de palavras. O trabalho analisa dois tipos de dados: o primeiro consiste de um conjunto de textos reescritos por estudantes, para quem foi entregue um texto manuscrito, escrito originalmente com abreviações, que nós apresentamos em sua forma estendida. Os estudantes tinham a tarefa de reescrever o texto, abreviando o máximo de palavras possível. Eles foram divididos em dois grupos: o primeiro não tinha experiência em escrever na Internet e o segundo era formado por usuários freqüentes de chats, blogs e e-mails. Os resultados mostraram que o segundo grupo abreviava mais freqüentemente do que o primeiro, e as formas que eles utilizaram indicaram algumas pistas fonéticas e visuais que podemos utilizar para formular regras que possam decodificar essa nova maneira de abreviar. O segundo tipo de dados foi produzido de forma espontânea: foram recolhidos corpora na Internet, em um blog e um chat, a fim de confirmar os dados encontrados no primeiro corpus, em que a abreviação foi induzida. A língua estudada é o português do Brasil, e as regras, portanto, se aplicam a essa língua, mesmo que possamos prever que algumas delas podem ser estendidas a outras línguas, ao menos para as línguas ocidentais. Para colher a opinião de profissionais da educação sobre o netspeak, foi feito um questionário sobre o assunto. Através de suas respostas, discutimos como a questão das abreviaturas afeta o ensino e o aprendizado da linguagem escrita, que é o nosso principal interesse na pesquisa. / [en] New environments and new writing tools, in particular computational synchronic communication systems, like chats, elicit new abbreviation forms. In this dissertation we claim that, although abbreviations are always been used when manual task is tiring or when we write under time pressure, new media brings new issues to the phenomenon of words abbreviation. The paper presents an experiment with students for whom we gave a manuscript text, originally written with abbreviations, that we present in the plain form. Students are asked to rewrite the text, abbreviating it when they feel that it can be done. They are divided in two groups, one with no experience of writing at the Internet and the other composed of frequent users of chats, blogs and e-mail systems. The results show that this latter group abbreviates more frequently than the other one, and that the forms they use to abbreviate indicate some phonetically and visually based clues which can be used to formulate rules for decoding these new kinds of abbreviations. We also collect data from Internet corpora, specifically from a blog and a chat site, in order to confirm our results. The target language is the Brazilian Portuguese, and the rules are language oriented, although we are assuming that these rules can be adapted to at least occidental languages. Teachers are interviewed about the so called netspeak and they also filled a form where they expressed their points of view about this writing style. The analysis of their answers indicates some interesting discussions about the pedagogy of writing, our main interest in this research.

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