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Język potoczny w homiliach okresu Wielkiego Postu 2003 wygłoszonych w kościołach szczecińskich

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dc.contributor.author Dyk, Tadeusz
dc.date.accessioned 2022-07-20T12:45:05Z
dc.date.available 2022-07-20T12:45:05Z
dc.date.issued 2004
dc.identifier.citation Colloquia Theologica Ottoniana, 2004, nr 2, s. 126-131. pl_PL
dc.identifier.issn 1731-0555
dc.identifier.uri http://repozytorium.theo-logos.pl/xmlui/handle/123456789/74
dc.description.abstract In the following work I take, after Teresa Kostkiewiczowa, the fact that colloquial language is the basic tool of direct, spoken communication among the members of national community regardless of their education, job, origin or the place of residence. It comprises mainly so called, colloquial vocabulary which names the most common things and phenomena; exercises phraseology aiming at shortening phrases and operates on metaphors. In some given realizations, the col loquial language may update the jargon and other emotionally-biased tools of expression. The syntax of colloquial language is aimed at shortening the forms. I am taking up the challenge of analyzing traces of colloquial language found in homilies addressing children and teenagers during the Lent period in the churches of Szczecin. The process of analyzing must be accompanied by paying attention to the worth of the word in transferring the Good News. The transferred Enlightened Truth in the ethical aspect seems to be losing on the ground of language dissonance. Dissonance is based on either giving up the role of a preacher of the full truth or the herald of the word. Most of all, each preacher takes up a try to get into greater proximity with the hearer to show him the Enlightened Truth in the simplest way possible. Plainly does not always mean in a solid way and with solemnity as a far as preaching is concerned. Following the right path, the homily preacher tends to be tempted in a twofold way, by self-appraisal and self- subjection. Self-appraisal is based on the fact that the preacher is assured in the question of reaching the stated aim, revealing the truth about God. The other one, however, reduces the Enlightened Truth to slang. The preacher creates neither him nor the hearer but he puts himself into the role of a tool copying colloquially functioning forms of expression. en
dc.language.iso pl pl_PL
dc.publisher Wydział Teologiczny Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego pl_PL
dc.rights Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Poland *
dc.rights.uri http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/pl/ *
dc.subject Szczecin pl_PL
dc.subject język pl_PL
dc.subject język potoczny pl_PL
dc.subject językoznawstwo pl_PL
dc.subject Wielki Post pl_PL
dc.subject homilia pl_PL
dc.subject kaznodziejstwo pl_PL
dc.subject kazania pl_PL
dc.subject frazeologia pl_PL
dc.subject language en
dc.subject preaching en
dc.subject colloquial language en
dc.subject kaznodzieje pl_PL
dc.subject preachers en
dc.subject linguistics en
dc.subject homily en
dc.title Język potoczny w homiliach okresu Wielkiego Postu 2003 wygłoszonych w kościołach szczecińskich pl_PL
dc.title.alternative Colloquial language in homilies of Lent period 2003 given in the churches of Szczecin en
dc.type Article pl_PL


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