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Sa du sa? : en studie om kvinnors användande av partikeln sa i verklighet och rollspråk

Måsbäck, Ellen LU (2011) JAPK11 20111
Japanese Studies
Abstract
This thesis examines different usages of the particle sa, mostly in sentence-final position, as an interjection and as an interjectional particle, and discusses how it is used by women. The methodology was done by interview with three female informants in the ages 20 to 21. The thesis arguments that there are substantial differences between how sa is used by women and men, and in female roll-language and genuine speech. Since the characters in manga or children’s-books usually are built more or less upon stereotypes, the frequency of the particle sa in female use becomes very low. But the particle sa is not a strong male particle since it’s used both by men and women in sentence-final position, as an interjectional particle and as an... (More)
This thesis examines different usages of the particle sa, mostly in sentence-final position, as an interjection and as an interjectional particle, and discusses how it is used by women. The methodology was done by interview with three female informants in the ages 20 to 21. The thesis arguments that there are substantial differences between how sa is used by women and men, and in female roll-language and genuine speech. Since the characters in manga or children’s-books usually are built more or less upon stereotypes, the frequency of the particle sa in female use becomes very low. But the particle sa is not a strong male particle since it’s used both by men and women in sentence-final position, as an interjectional particle and as an interjection. (Less)
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author
Måsbäck, Ellen LU
supervisor
organization
course
JAPK11 20111
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
sa, particle, Japanese, sentence-final, woman, speech, japanska
language
Japanese
id
1977919
date added to LUP
2011-06-20 11:08:09
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2011-06-20 11:08:09
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  abstract     = {This thesis examines different usages of the particle sa, mostly in sentence-final position, as an interjection and as an interjectional particle, and discusses how it is used by women. The methodology was done by interview with three female informants in the ages 20 to 21. The thesis arguments that there are substantial differences between how sa is used by women and men, and in female roll-language and genuine speech. Since the characters in manga or children’s-books usually are built more or less upon stereotypes, the frequency of the particle sa in female use becomes very low. But the particle sa is not a strong male particle since it’s used both by men and women in sentence-final position, as an interjectional particle and as an interjection.},
  author       = {Måsbäck, Ellen},
  keyword      = {sa,particle,Japanese,sentence-final,woman,speech,japanska},
  language     = {jpn},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Sa du sa? : en studie om kvinnors användande av partikeln sa i verklighet och rollspråk},
  year         = {2011},
}