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Arabsko-perský vliv na hindštinu a urdštinu
Thesis title in Czech: Arabsko-perský vliv na hindštinu a urdštinu
Thesis title in English: Arabic and Persian influence on Hindi and Urdu
Key words: jazykové míšení|hindština|urdština|arabština|perština|hybridizace|S.H. Manto|jazykověda
English key words: Code mixing|Hindi|Urdu|Arabic|Persian|hybridization|S.H. Manto|linguistics
Academic year of topic announcement: 2015/2016
Thesis type: Bachelor's thesis
Thesis language: čeština
Department: Institute of Asian Studies (21-UAS)
Supervisor: PhDr. Jaroslav Strnad, Ph.D.
Author: hidden - assigned and confirmed by the Study Dept.
Date of registration: 18.05.2016
Date of assignment: 18.05.2016
Administrator's approval: not processed yet
Confirmed by Study dept. on: 01.06.2016
Date and time of defence: 11.09.2017 09:00
Date of electronic submission:13.08.2017
Date of proceeded defence: 11.09.2017
Submitted/finalized: committed by student and finalized
Opponents: Dagmar Marková, Dr., CSc.
 
 
 
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Práce se zabývá arabsko-perským vlivem na moderní hindštinu a urdštinu. V úvodu stručně charakterizuje příčiny a historické okolnosti jazykového míšení. Popisuje socio-lingvistické procesy ve společnosti, charakterizuje hlavní zdroje a nositele arabských a perských jazykových forem v Indii a okolnosti vzniku jazykového útvaru, pro nějž se vžil název urdština. Podstatná část práce se dále věnuje vlivu arabských a perských lexikálních gramatických výpůjček na strukturu dnešního jazyka. V širším kontextu problematiky jazykové hybridizace je pozornost je věnována rozsahu tohoto procesu a současně i jeho limitům.
The work deals with the influence of Arabic and Persian on modern Hindi and Urdu. In the introduction, the causes and historical circumstances of the mixing of languages are briefly characterized. The author describes sociolinguistic processes in the society, highlights main sources and carriers of Arabic and Persian language forms in India as well as the circumstances of the genesis of the Urdu language. A significant part of the work is dedicated to the description of Arabic and Persian lexical and grammatical borrowings and their influence on the structure of contemporary language, mainly on grammar and vocabulary. In the broader context of language hybridization attention is paid to the scale as well as limits of this process.
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