Search for dissertations about: "Turkish"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 45 swedish dissertations containing the word Turkish.

  1. 1. Case Marking Semantics in Turkish

    Author : Birgit Nilsson Schlyter; Östen Dahl; Even Hovdhaugen; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Languages and linguistics; Språkvetenskap; Turkish; turkiska språk;

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  2. 2. Developing narrative competence : Swedish, Swedish-German and Swedish-Turkish children aged 4–6

    Author : Josefin Lindgren; Ute Bohnacker; Sharon Unsworth; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; narratives; macrostructure; referent introduction; vocabulary; preschool children; bilingualism; Swedish; German; Turkish; MAIN; ENNI; CLT; berättande; makrostruktur; referentintroduktion; ordförråd; förskolebarn; flerspråkighet; svenska; tyska; turkiska; MAIN; ENNI; CLT; Linguistics; Lingvistik;

    Abstract : This thesis investigates the development of oral narrative competence from age 4 to 6 in Swedish monolinguals (N=72) and in both languages of Swedish-German (N=46) and Swedish-Turkish (N=48) bilinguals growing up in Sweden. Picture-based fictional narratives were elicited with Cat/Dog and Baby Birds/Baby Goats from the Multilingual Assessment Instrument for Narratives (MAIN, Gagarina et al. READ MORE

  3. 3. Typical and atypical language development in Turkish-Swedish bilingual children aged 4–7

    Author : Buket Öztekin; Ute Bohnacker; Aylin Küntay; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; bilingualism; Turkish; Swedish; preschool children; MAIN; CLT; language input; vocabulary; macrostructure; language impairment; atypical language development;

    Abstract : This thesis investigates the vocabulary and narrative macrostructure skills of 102 typically-developing (TD) 4- to 7-year-old Turkish-Swedish bilingual children (cross-sectional), the development of these skills over time from age 4 to 6 in a subgroup of 10 children (longitudinal), and six Turkish-Swedish children with a language impairment (LI) diagnosis (clinical). The children’s health, family and language backgrounds, their language use and input patterns are explored through parental questionnaires, family interviews, and interviews with teachers and speech-language pathologists. READ MORE

  4. 4. Conflicted Selves : Ironic Representations of Westernization in Three Twentieth-century Turkish Novels

    Author : Gunvald Ims; László Károly; Laurent Mignon; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : Turkish literature; novel; irony; discourse of westernization; postmodernism; first-person narration; Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar; The Time Regulation Institute; Adalet Ağaoğlu; Lying Down to Die; Orhan Pamuk; The New Life; Turkisk litteratur; roman; ironi; förvästligande; västerniseringsdiskurs; postmodernism; förstapersonsberättelse; Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar; Institutet för tidsinställning; Adalet Ağaoğlu; Att lägga sig och dö; Orhan Pamuk; Det nya livet; Türk edebiyatı; roman; ironi; Batılılaşma söylemi; postmodernizm; birinci şahıs anlatımı; Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar; Saatleri Ayarlama Enstitüsü; Adalet Ağaoğlu; Ölmeye Yatmak; Orhan Pamuk; Yeni Hayat; Tyrkisk litteratur; roman; ironi; vestleggjeringsdiskurs; postmodernisme; førstepersonforteljing; Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar; Institutt for justering av tidene; Adalet Ağaoğlu; Å leggje seg og døy; Orhan Pamuk; Det nye livet; Turkic languages; Turkiska språk; Literature; Litteraturvetenskap;

    Abstract : For over a century, a dichotomous East–West debate has influenced conceptions of Turkish literature, threatening to reduce single works to products of westernization. This study critically reviews this discourse by investigating how it is addressed through irony in three novels from a period of forty years of the late 20th century: Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar’s Saatleri Ayarlama Enstitüsü (The Time Regulation Institute, 1961), Adalet Ağaoğlu’s Ölmeye Yatmak (Lying Down To Die, 1973), and Orhan Pamuk’s Yeni Hayat (The New Life, 1994). READ MORE

  5. 5. Phonological Adoption through Bilingual Borrowing : Comparing Elite Bilinguals and Heritage Bilinguals

    Author : Memet Aktürk-Drake; Niclas Abrahamsson; Sarah Thomason; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; loanword phonology; language contact; bilingualism; second-language acquisition; perceptual salience; language dominance; linguistic variation; sociolinguistics; Turkish; tvåspråkighet; Bilingualism;

    Abstract : In the phonological integration of loanwords, the original structures of the donor language can either be adopted as innovations or adapted to the recipient language. This dissertation investigates how structural (i.e. phonetic, phonological, morpho-phonological) and non-structural (i. READ MORE