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Common Phonology of the Chinese Dialects / by Qian Gu, Richard VanNess Simmons

データ種別 電子ブック
1st ed. 2020.
出版者 (Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer)
出版年 2020
大きさ VI, 466 p. 2 illus : online resource
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一般注記 1. o, uo -- 2. a, ea -- 3. ua -- 4. e, ie, ye -- 5. u, y -- 6. ai, oi, eai, uai, uoi -- 7. ei, uei -- 8. I, ui -- 9. ou -- 10. au, eau, iau -- 11. əu, iəu -- 12. om, op, am, ap -- 13. eam, eap, iem, iep -- 14. əm, əp, im, ip -- 15. on, ot, uon, uot -- 16. an, at -- 17. ean, eat, uan, uat -- 18. ien, iet, yan, yet -- 19. ən,ət, un, ut -- 20. in, it, yn, yt -- 21. aŋ, ok, eaŋ, eok -- 22. uaŋ, uok, iaŋ, iok -- 23. eŋ, ek, ueŋ, uak, uek -- 24. ieŋ, iek, yak, yeŋ -- 25. əŋ, ək, uəŋ, uək -- 26. iŋ, ik, yik -- 27. uŋ, uk, oŋ, ouk -- 28. yŋ, yk, ioŋ, iouk.
This book presents a comparative reconstruction of the common phonology of the Chinese dialects using representative data from living dialects. The resulting phonology includes all categories and phonological distinctions that are represented in the dialect data. It departs from the tradition of using philological sources and non-Chinese borrowings as the basis for a reconstructed system. Based on a strict comparative methodology, the phonology presented encapsulates the shared phonology of the dialects and reflects the real-world distinctions and categories found in the living dialects. For example, the initials preserve the tripartite division that includes voiced obstruents seen in Wú dialects; the finals are comparatively drawn based on the collective dialect data; and the syllable codas preserve the three-way contrasts of consonant stop endings seen in the Cantonese dialects. The data presented allows readers to observe the basis for all of the distinction and categories included in the common phonology and the relationship of that phonology to all of the dialects, and as a result to identify the dialects’ disparate developments and evolution. The English translation also includes innovative elements that render it even more useful for researchers than the Chinese original. The book is primarily intended for scholars and researchers investigating the Chinese dialects and their relationships, and the history of Chinese. It is also useful for scholars of Chinese history and literature who need a handy resource providing essential information on the historical phonology of Chinese
HTTP:URL=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-3102-6
著者標目 *Gu, Qian author
Simmons, Richard VanNess author
SpringerLink (Online service)
件 名 LCSH:Language and languages—Philosophy
LCSH:Phonology
LCSH:Applied linguistics
LCSH:Historical linguistics
LCSH:Linguistics
FREE:Philosophy of Language
FREE:Phonology and Phonetics
FREE:Applied Linguistics
FREE:Language History
FREE:Linguistics, general
分 類 LCC:P101-120
DC23:149.94
DC23:410.1
書誌ID 8000282227
ISBN 9789811531026

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