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2017, vol. 20, br. 2, str. 291-310
Distribucija hipergeneralizovanih oblika glagola u srpskom elektronskom korpusu ranog dečijeg govora
aUniverzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju
bSrpska akademija nauke i umetnosti (SANU), Balkanološki institut, Beograd

e-adresadandjelk@f.bg.ac.rs
Projekat:
Fundamentalni kognitivni procesi i funkcije (MPNTR - 179033)
Jezik, folklor, migracije na Balkanu (MPNTR - 178010)

Ključne reči: hipergeneralizacija glagolskih oblika; formiranje reči; korpus dečijeg govora; glagolska morfologija; srpski jezik
Sažetak
Istraživanje je usmereno na pojavu hipergeneralizovanih oblika glagola snimljenih u uzorku spontane dečije produkcije na srpskom jeziku koji se odlikuje bogatom flektivnom i derivacionom morfologijom. Srpski elektronski korpus ranog dečijeg govora sastoji se od trankripata spontane jezičke produkcije osmoro dece longitudinalno snimanih od uzrasta 1;6 do 4;0. Pretraživani su hipergeneralizovani oblici glagola i istraživana je njihova distribucija i razvojna putanja kroz uzraste. Analiza je pokazala da su hipergeneralizovani oblici *hoćem 1.sg.prez., *nećem 1.sg.prez., *možem 1.sg.prez. i *bidem 1.sg.prez najtipičniji predstavnici hipergeneralizacija u ranom dečijeg govoru na srpskom jeziku. Oni se po pravilu registruju kod sve dece i to u relativno visokoj frekvenci. Hiperegeneralizovano *hoćem i *nećem razvojno prethode svim drugim formama hiperegeneralizacija glagola, ali se tokom razvoja ranije gube nego ostali oblici. Hipergeneralizacije nastale od punoznačnih glagola u dečijem govoru se pojavljuju nešto kasnije, obično su niskofrekventne ili hapaksi, ali se u detetovoj spontanoj produkciji zadržavaju dugo tokom razvoja. Nalazi su diskutovani i poređeni sa nalazima ranijih istraživanja, sa posebnim naglaskom na razvojne pravilnosti kroz uzraste.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/PsIstra1702291A
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 12.01.2018.
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