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Dialektattityder : en sociolingvistisk jämförande studie mellan Japan och Sverige

Dahlin, Annie LU (2011) JAPK11 20111
Japanese Studies
Abstract
Every language in the world has varieties. Attitudes towards these, so called dialects, differ from person to person. There are however stereotypical images for speakers of certain dialects, and these images influence the way we act around people. Attitudes towards the Osaka dialect in Japan and standard Japanese have been analyzed and compared to dialects of the Swedish language. The relation between the habitants of Tokyo and Osaka has shown signs of being similar to the one between habitants of Gothenburg and Stockholm. The accuracy of this phenomenon has been investigated in this study.
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author
Dahlin, Annie LU
supervisor
organization
course
JAPK11 20111
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Swedish, Japanese, sociolinguistics, dialects, dialect attitudes, dialekter, japanska
language
Swedish
id
1978980
date added to LUP
2011-06-20 10:50:20
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2011-06-20 10:50:20
@misc{1978980,
  abstract     = {Every language in the world has varieties. Attitudes towards these, so called dialects, differ from person to person. There are however stereotypical images for speakers of certain dialects, and these images influence the way we act around people. Attitudes towards the Osaka dialect in Japan and standard Japanese have been analyzed and compared to dialects of the Swedish language. The relation between the habitants of Tokyo and Osaka has shown signs of being similar to the one between habitants of Gothenburg and Stockholm. The accuracy of this phenomenon has been investigated in this study.},
  author       = {Dahlin, Annie},
  keyword      = {Swedish,Japanese,sociolinguistics,dialects,dialect attitudes,dialekter,japanska},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Dialektattityder : en sociolingvistisk jämförande studie mellan Japan och Sverige},
  year         = {2011},
}