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Journal
2018 | 62 | 183-202
Article title

Using the Quantitative and Qualitative Method of Statistical Analysis in Linguistics with Reference to the Male Christian Names of Northern Russia. To Mark the 90th Anniversary of the Birth of Professor Vasiliy Danilovich Bondaletov

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Zastosowanie ilościowo-jakościowej metody statystyki lingwistycznej w badaniach siedemnastowiecznego zasobu męskich chrześcijańskich imion osobowych północnej Rosji. Na 90. rocznicę urodzin Profesora Wasilija Daniłowicza Bondaletowa
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Using the Quantitative and Qualitative Method of Statistical Analysis in Linguistics with Reference to the Male Christian Names of Northern Russia. To Mark the 90th Anniversary of the Birth of Professor Vasiliy Danilovich BondaletovIn 2018, the 90th anniversary of Professor Vasiliy Danilovich Bondaletov`s birth will be celebrated. The aim of the article is to remind readers of the quantitative and qualitative method of statistical analysis in anthroponomastic research developed by Professor Bondaletov, as well as to show its advantages over simplified descriptions of the frequency of personal names. In this article, the detailed analysis of male Christian names found in customs books from Northern Russia (1633–1636 and 1678–1680) was conducted. The comparison of statistical data, according to the suggestion of Professor V. D. Bondaletov, enabled us to observe subtle differences between the abovementioned resources, namely to estimate the level of their (dis)similarity and describe the dynamics of the evolution of the resources of male Christian names throughout the 17th century, as well as changes in the popularity of various names.
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Volume
62
Pages
183-202
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published
2018-11-10
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_17651_ONOMAST_62_9
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