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Chu ban. . – Taibei Shi : Wu nan tu shu chu ban gong si, 2008. : , 2008.

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This study makes a linguistic case for the twentieth century revolution in Chinese language and literature. It offers a history of reform and change in the Chinese language throughout the countrys history, and focuses on the concept of `baihua, a language reform movement championed by Hu Shi and other scholars which laid the foundation for the May fourth New Literature Movement, the larger New Culture Movement and which now defines modern Chinese. Examining the differences between classical and modern Chinese language systems alongside an investigation into the relevance and impact of translation in this language revolution – notably addressing the pivotal role of May Fourth leader Lu Xun – this book provides a rare insight into the evolution of the Chinese language and those who championed its development.

Industrialization and the restructuring of speech communities in China and Europe

Modern Chinese : history and sociolinguistics

: = A guide to function words in modern Chinese

Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.

PL – Languages & Literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania

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Division of Literary Periods, Theory, and Awareness of Problems.- Language Reform and the Transformation of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature.- Critique of the Theory on Baihua Writing.- The Baihua Movement and Ideological Revolution.- Foreignization and Assimilation: Translated World Literature and Modern Chinese Literature.- Nothing but Culture: The Pen War between Hu Shi and the Conservative Xueheng School.- Lu Xuns View of Language, His Writing and Its Relation to Modern Chinese Literature.- Hu Shi and Lu Xun: Pioneers of Modern Chinese Literature.

List of tables– Preface– Acknowledgements– List of abbreviations– 1. Introduction– Part I. Modern Spoken Chinese: 2. Establishment and promotion of Modern Spoken Chinese– 3. Norms and variations of Modern Standard Chinese– 4. The standard and dialects– Part II. Modern Written Chinese: 5. Development and promotion of Modern Written Chinese– 6. Norms and variations of Modern Written Chinese– 7. Dialect writing– Part III. The Modern Chinese Writing System: 8. Basic features of the Chinese writing system– 9. Simplification of the traditional writing system– 10. Phonetization of Chinese– 11. Use and reform of the Chinese writing system: present and future– 12. Conclusion– Notes– References– Index.

Remove constraint Subject: Chinese language Modern Chinese, 1919-

= Phonetic realization and phonological analysis of focus in standard Chinese

The economic boom of Southeast China has given both the region and its language an unprecedented importance. This volume presents an analysis of modern Cantonese, it describes the consonants, vowels and tones of the contemporary language and examines the structure of the Cantonese syllable and the types of changes that can occur when the syllables are strung together in words and phrases.

New York, NY, U.S.A. : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]

Berg, M. E. van den (Marinus Elisa), 1942-

Xian dai Han yu xu ci shou ce : Han Ying dui shi = A guide to function words in modern Chinese

Modern Chinese [electronic resource] : history and sociolinguistics

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(source: Nielsen Book Data)07 20160605This book documents the changing language situation in urban centres in China, gauging the impact of industrialization and the consequent population movement on forms of language communication. Research reports detailing aspects of the new and emerging language situation demonstrate the interplay of the Chinese standard language, Putonghua, and various Chinese dialects. Urban areas covered are Baotou (Inner Mongolia), Jintan (Jiangsu), Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Hainan island. The Chinese transition to an industrial society is contrasted with post-industrialized societies in Europe. The latter are represented by studies of the Dutch and German language situation. The empirical studies are preceded by an overview of Chinas language planning efforts, an analysis of the position of the Chinese language in the World Language System, a comparison of Chinese and European urban environments, an introduction of the Chinese Dialect Preservation Project, and an experimental study of the mutual intelligibility between Chinese dialects. The contributions are all original and they address current issues in the Chinese language situation, exemplifying innovative applications and development of sociolinguistic theories. This book therefore is a must-read for linguists, sociolinguistics, Chinese language students and China experts.

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The Birth of Twentieth-century Chinese Literature : Revolutions in Language, History, and Culture

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The Chinese language, spoken by over one billion people, has undergone drastic changes over the past century in a way unparalleled at any time previously. This book presents a comprehensive account of the development of Modern Chinese from the late nineteenth century up to the 1990s, concentrating on three major aspects: Modern Spoken Chinese, Modern Written Chinese, and the Modern Chinese writing system. It describes and analyses in detail, from historical and sociolinguistic perspectives, the establishment and promotion of Modern Spoken Chinese and Modern Written Chinese and the reform of the Chinese script. Through an integrated discussion of these three areas of the language it highlights the close interrelationships between them and reveals the interaction of linguistic, historical and social factors in the development of Modern Chinese.

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This book documents the changing language situation in urban centres in China, gauging the impact of industrialization and the consequent population movement on forms of language communication. Research reports detailing aspects of the new and emerging language situation demonstrate the interplay of the Chinese standard language, Putonghua, and various Chinese dialects. Urban areas covered are Baotou (Inner Mongolia), Jintan (Jiangsu), Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Hainan island. The Chinese transition to an industrial society is contrasted with post-industrialized societies in Europe. The latter are represented by studies of the Dutch and German language situation. The empirical studies are preceded by an overview of Chinas language planning efforts, an analysis of the position of the Chinese language in the World Language System, a comparison of Chinese and European urban environments, an introduction of the Chinese Dialect Preservation Project, and an experimental study of the mutual intelligibility between Chinese dialects. The contributions are all original and they address current issues in the Chinese language situation, exemplifying innovative applications and development of sociolinguistic theories. This book therefore is a must-read for linguists, sociolinguistics, Chinese language students and China experts.

Pu tong hua jiao dian de yu yin shi xian ji yin xi fen xi = Phonetic realization and phonological analysis of focus in standard Chinese

2, vii, vii, 241 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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Los Angeles, Cal. : California College in China Foundation, 1943

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(source: Nielsen Book Data)11 20160618A Students Dictionary of Classical and Medieval Chinese is the long-desired Chinese – English reference work for all those reading texts dating from the Warring States period through the Tang dynasty, and beyond. Comprising 8,000+ characters, arranged alphabetically by Pinyin, with an index by radical and stroke- count , and various appendices, including one with reign-eras and exact accession dates of emperors according to both Chinese and Western calendars.

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Di 1 ban. 1. – Beijing : Zhongguo she hui ke xue chu ban she, 2012. : , 2012.

Berlin ; New York : Mouton de Gruyter, 1997.

Hua wen chu Jie = Chinese language lessons

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This study makes a linguistic case for the twentieth century revolution in Chinese language and literature. It offers a history of reform and change in the Chinese language throughout the countrys history, and focuses on the concept of `baihua, a language reform movement championed by Hu Shi and other scholars which laid the foundation for the May fourth New Literature Movement, the larger New Culture Movement and which now defines modern Chinese. Examining the differences between classical and modern Chinese language systems alongside an investigation into the relevance and impact of translation in this language revolution – notably addressing the pivotal role of May Fourth leader Lu Xun – this book provides a rare insight into the evolution of the Chinese language and those who championed its development.

Pettus, William B. (William Bacon), 1880-1959

The Chinese language, spoken by over one billion people, has undergone drastic changes over the past century in a way unparalleled at any time previously. This book presents a comprehensive account of the development of Modern Chinese from the late nineteenth century up to the 1990s, concentrating on three major aspects: Modern Spoken Chinese, Modern Written Chinese, and the Modern Chinese writing system. It describes and analyses in detail, from historical and sociolinguistic perspectives, the establishment and promotion of Modern Spoken Chinese and Modern Written Chinese and the reform of the Chinese script. Through an integrated discussion of these three areas of the language it highlights the close interrelationships between them and reveals the interaction of linguistic, historical and social factors in the development of Modern Chinese.

(source: Nielsen Book Data)30 20160528The economic boom of Southeast China has given both the region and its language an unprecedented importance. This volume presents an analysis of modern Cantonese, it describes the consonants, vowels and tones of the contemporary language and examines the structure of the Cantonese syllable and the types of changes that can occur when the syllables are strung together in words and phrases.

Xian dai Han yu yu Zhongguo xian dai wen xue.English

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Chinese language Modern Chinese, 1919-

List of tables– Preface– Acknowledgements– List of abbreviations– 1. Introduction– Part I. Modern Spoken Chinese: 2. Establishment and promotion of Modern Spoken Chinese– 3. Norms and variations of Modern Standard Chinese– 4. The standard and dialects– Part II. Modern Written Chinese: 5. Development and promotion of Modern Written Chinese– 6. Norms and variations of Modern Written Chinese– 7. Dialect writing– Part III. The Modern Chinese Writing System: 8. Basic features of the Chinese writing system– 9. Simplification of the traditional writing system– 10. Phonetization of Chinese– 11. Use and reform of the Chinese writing system: present and future– 12. Conclusion– Notes– References– Index.

Modern Chinese as a foreign language : a practical course for American students

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vii, 352 p., [6] p. of plates : ill., maps (some col.) ; 22 cm.

Di 1 ban. 1. – Beijing : Beijing da xue chu ban she, 2003. : , 2003.

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2010.

A Students Dictionary of Classical and Medieval Chinese is the long-desired Chinese – English reference work for all those reading texts dating from the Warring States period through the Tang dynasty, and beyond. Comprising 8,000+ characters, arranged alphabetically by Pinyin, with an index by radical and stroke- count , and various appendices, including one with reign-eras and exact accession dates of emperors according to both Chinese and Western calendars.

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Cambridge, U.K. ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 1999.

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A students dictionary of Classical and Medieval Chinese

Division of Literary Periods, Theory, and Awareness of Problems.- Language Reform and the Transformation of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature.- Critique of the Theory on Baihua Writing.- The Baihua Movement and Ideological Revolution.- Foreignization and Assimilation: Translated World Literature and Modern Chinese Literature.- Nothing but Culture: The Pen War between Hu Shi and the Conservative Xueheng School.- Lu Xuns View of Language, His Writing and Its Relation to Modern Chinese Literature.- Hu Shi and Lu Xun: Pioneers of Modern Chinese Literature.

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