Language Change in East Asia

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Thomas E. McAuley
Psychology Press, 2000 - 306 ページ

This book adopts a wide focus on the range of East Asian languages, in both their pre-modern and modern forms, within the specific topic area of language change. It contains sections on dialect studies, contact linguistics, socio-linguistics and syntax/phonology and deals with all three major languages of East Asia: Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Individual chapters cover pre-Sino-Japanese phonology, nominalizers in Chinese, Japanese and Korean; Japanese loanwords in Taiwan Mandarin; changes in Korean honorifics; the tense and aspect system of Japanese; and language policy in Japan. The book will be of interest to linguists working on East Asian languages, and will be of value to a range of general linguists working in comparative or historical linguistics, socio-linguistics, language typology and language contact.

 

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CONTACT LINGUISTICS
2
Chapter Two Change in Korean Honorifics Reflecting
27
Chapter Three The Changing Use of Honorifics in Japanese
47
Chapter Four Are Japanese Women Less Feminine Now?
70
Language Contact with
87
Chapter Six The Asukaike Word List Slat
143
Japanese Loanwords
161
Chapter Eight Script Borrowing Cultural Influence and
180
Chapter Eleven The Grammaticalization of Formal Nouns
250
Chapter Twelve Flapping and Language Change in East Asia
284
Index
298
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