Linguistic Aspects of Taiwanese Southern Min

Linguistic Aspects of Taiwanese Southern Min

作者 : Lin Ching-Hsiun

作者 : 林慶勳

出版社 : 書林出版有限公司

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From the academic perspective, Southern Min is one of the Chinese Language families, a dialect. Specifically, Taiwanese Southern Min(TSM) has resulted from a mixture of Formosan languages, Dutch, Japanese and Mandarin by way of language contact. It has preserved the basic structure, but is quite different from the Southern Min spoken in Mainland China. TSM is the natural result of a mixture of different accents.
The author has dedicated his research life to the study of TSM, and the profound result of his study is revealed in this book.

中文原版:台灣閩南語概論 (心理) 2001
本書從宏觀語言學角度介紹臺灣閩南語的各種問題。首先介紹臺灣閩南語的基本觀念;其次敘述三百多年來閩南語 在臺灣的發展;然後從語音、語法、詞彙角度說明臺灣閩南語的語言特色;再其次詳細介紹臺灣閩南語的語音結構等問題;最後對曾經或目前正在使用的漢字、教會羅馬字等書寫方式,做一簡單的介紹。書後有「研究參考書目、分韻俗諺、音節結構表」三個附錄,相信對閱讀本書正文或深入研究臺灣閩南語,應有一定助益。
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Lin, Ching-Hsiun 林慶勳
林慶勳 Lin, Ching-Hsiun (1945-) received his Ph. D. in Chinese Literature from Chinese Culture University (Taipei). He is professor of Chinese Language and Literature at Tokyo International University (2013-) and Professor Emeritus of Chinese Literature National Sun Yat-sen University (2011-) in Taiwan. He specializes in phonology, modern Chinese phonology and Taiwanese Language. Recently, he has focused on overseas Chinese languages, especially “Touwa”, Ryu-Han sound correspondence.

Edited by Robert Fox 英文校訂

Translated by Raung-fu Chung 鍾榮富
鍾榮富 Raung-fu Chung received his PH. D. in linguistics from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 1989, under the support of an MOE scholarship. He is Chair professor in the Department of Applied English, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Having previously held positions at National University of Singapore, and National Kaohsiung Normal University. He is the author of Chinese Phonology in Pedagogy (2011), Contrastive Analysis and Mandarin Teaching (2010), An Introduction to Contemporary Linguistics (2004), The Hakka Language─Tracks Left in Formosa Taiwan (2002), The Meinony


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