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ArtikelOn some syntactic and prosodic structures of Turkish German in talk-in-interaction  
Oleh: Selting, Margret ; Kern, Friederike
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Pragmatics: An Interdiciplinary Journal of Language Studies vol. 41 no. 12 (Dec. 2009), page 2496–2514.
Topik: Turkish German; Prosody; Syntax; Interactional linguistics; Ethnic style
Fulltext: Selting_Margret.pdf (609.33KB)
Isi artikelOnthe basis of our data fromtelephone and face-to-face conversations between adolescent girls and youngwomen of ethnicTurkish background who live in Berlin, we will describe some characteristic structures of the ethnic style of speaking that is called ‘Tu¨rkendeutsch’, ‘Tu¨rkenslang’, ‘Kanak sprak’ or the like. In our data, this style of speaking is not deployed throughout the speakers’ conversations, but only in particular turns and turn-constructional units(TCUs).The utterances most typical of this style exhibit specific combinations of syntactic and prosodic features that are unusual for colloquial and/or regionalized varieties of German. Among the structures recurrently found are specific kinds of pre- and post-positioned constituents before and after their ‘host’ sentences, the separation of turn-constructional units into very short prosodic units, the deployment of both lexical stress as well as utterance accentuation as a resource for stylistic variation, and the constitution of particular rhythmic patterns. In our paper,wewill discuss some of these structures and show how they are used as a resource to achieve particular tasks in conversational interaction.
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