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Personliga relationers inverkan på samtalsreglerande funktioner i svenskt teckenspråk: En korpusbaserad studie på samtal mellan syskonpar, jämfört med icke-syskonpar
Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Linguistics.
2018 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Personal relationship’s impact on discourse regulators in Swedish Sign language : A corpus based study on conversations between sibling, compared with non-siblings (English)
Abstract [sv]

Denna studie är en korpusbaserad undersökning, där man jämfört teckenspråkiga samtal mellan syskon och icke-syskon. Grupperna bestod av tre samtalspar var, med två personer i varje konversation, totalt 12 informanter. Ett urval av två konversationer per samtalspar valdes ut. Samtalsreglerande funktioner som; i) uppbackningar, ii) samtidigt tecknande och iii) reaktionspauser, har annoterats i annoteringsverktyget ELAN. Därefter gjordes en sökning för att se om det fanns skillnader mellan grupperna. Resultatet visar att det inte finns någon tydlig skillnad mellan syskon och icke-syskon. Däremot visar den på att samtliga par använder icke-manuella uppbackningar oftare än manuella. Av alla uppbackningar syskonen ger varandra är mellan 71%-91% icke-manuella och mellan icke-syskon var siffran mellan 76% - 100%. Samtliga reaktionspauser hos båda grupperna är de flesta under en sekund. Vid turbytesplatserna sker oftast latching, det vill säga att den nya turtagaren tar upp sin tur i direkt anslutning till föregående turtagares avslutning av sin tur. De kategorier av samtidigt tecknande som uppstod i varje samtal annoterades och sammanlagt fem kategorier fanns med i samtalen. Majoriteten av det samtidiga tecknandet uppstod som simultanstöd och/eller uppbackningar. Det finns en möjlighet att resultaten kan se annorlunda ut om fler informanter medverkat.

Abstract [en]

This study is a corpus-based survey comparing sign language conversations between siblings and non-siblings. Both groups included three conversation pairs each, two informants in every conversation. Two conversations from each pair were chosen. Discourse regulators were noted and analysed. Feedback signals, simultaneous signing and length of pauses in between turns, was annotated in the annotation program ELAN. Thereafter, a search was carried out to see if there were any differences between the groups. The results of the survey showed that there are no significant differences between the informants involved in this study. They do, however, share the same patterns. The majority of feedback signals carried out in both groups were of non-manual nature. Some 71% - 91% of feedback-signals in the sibling group were non-manual and 76%-100% in the non-sibling group. The result of the length of a pause between turns showed that both groups had the same pattern, less than one second. But they mostly took up a new turn directly after the old one ended, this is called latching, so no pause emerged. The groups also shared the result of simultaneous signing. Five categories of simultaneous signing were found, and the majority were carried out as feedback or support from the receiver. This result may have been different had there been more informants.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2018. , p. 18
Keywords [sv]
Teckenspråk, turtagning, syskon, samtidigt tecknande, uppbackning, reaktionspaus, svensk teckenspråkskorpus
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Languages and Literature
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URN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-157265OAI: oai:DiVA.org:su-157265DiVA, id: diva2:1217886
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