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A Study of Sino-Korean Phonology Its Origin, Adaptation and Layers




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Lingua: Inglese
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Routledge

Pubblicazione: 10/2017
Edizione: 1° edizione





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The term Sino-Korean may refer to either the phonological system or vocabulary in Korean that is of Chinese origin. Along with the borrowing of Chinese characters, the Chinese readings of characters must also have been transmitted into Korean. A Study of Sino-Korean Phonology aims to contribute to the field of Sino-Korean phonology by re-examining the origin and layers of Sino-Korean pronunciations from a loanword phonology perspective. The central issues of this book include an ongoing discussion on the questions of which Chinese dialect Sino-Korean is based on and how the source form in Chinese was adapted into Korean. Last is an in-depth analysis of the layers of Sino-Korean.




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Acknowledgements List of Figures and Tables List of Abbreviations Conventions Timeline of Chinese and Korean History Preface Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Statement of Purpose * 1.2 Periodization of Chinese, Korean and Sino-Korean * 1.2.1 Periodization of Chinese * 1.2.2 Periodization of Korean * 1.2.3 Periodization of Sino-Korean * 1.3 Middle Chinese and Middle Korean Phonology * 1.3.1 Middle Chinese Phonology * 1.3.2 Middle Korean Phonology * 1.4 Literature Review * 1.4.1 Wu dialect origin hypothesis * 1.4.2 Qieyun origin hypothesis * 1.4.3 Song Dynasty (Kaifeng dialect) origin hypothesis * 1.4.4 Tang Dynasty (Chang'an dialect) origin hypothesis * 1.4.5 Old Chinese origin hypothesis * 1.4.6 Summary of Previous studies * 1.5 Research Methodology * 1.6 Research Data * 1.6.1 Korean data * 1.6.2 Chinese data * 1.7 Research Structure and Organization * Chapter 2 Mandarin Loanwords in Modern Korean * 2.1 Mandarin Phonology * 2.1.1 Mandarin consonants * 2.1.2 Mandarin vowels * 2.1.3 Mandarin syllables * 2.1.4 Mandarin tones * 2.2 Korean Phonology * 2.2.1 Korean consonants * 2.2.2 Korean vowels * 2.2.3 Korean syllables * 2.2.4 Korean vowel length and pitch * 2.3 Korean Transcription Systems for Mandarin loanwords * 2.3.1 South Korean Government Transcription * 2.3.2 Choe-Kim (1985) * 2.3.3 Eom (1996) * 2.3.4 Eom (2002) * 2.4 Loanword Phonology * 2.4.1 Perception Approach * 2.4.2 Phonology Approach * 2.4.3 Phonetics-phonology Approach * 2.5 Discussion * 2.5.1 Reflection on Perception and Phonology Approaches * 2.5.2 Influence of Orthography * 2.5.3 Role of the Borrower * Chapter 3 Initial System of Middle Sino-Korean * 3.1 Group bang ? (Bilabials) * 3.2 Group fei? (Labiodentals) * 3.3 Group jian? (Velars) * 3.4 Group ying ? (Gutturals) * 3.5 Group duan? (Alveolar stops, laterals and nasals) * 3.6 Group zhi ? (Retroflex stops and nasals) * 3.7 Group jing ? (Alveolar fricatives and affricates) * 3.8 Group zhuang? (Retroflex fricatives and affricates) * 3.9 Group zhang ? (Palatal fricatives and affricates) * 3.10 Summary * Chapter 4 Final System of Middle Sino-Korean * 4.1 Guo? rhyme group * 4.2 Jia? rhyme group * 4.3 Yu ? rhyme group * 4.3.1 Mu? rhyme * 4.3.2 Yu?rhyme * 4.3.3 Yu ? rhyme * 4.3.4 Summary * 4.4 Xie? rhyme group * 4.4.1 Hai ? rhyme * 4.4.2 Hui ? rhyme * 4.4.3 Tai? rhyme * 4.4.4 Jie ? rhyme * 4.4.5 Jia? rhyme * 4.4.6 Guai ? rhyme * 4.4.7 Ji ?rhyme * 4.4.8 Fei ?rhyme * 4.4.9 Qi ? rhyme * 4.4.10 Summary * 4.5 Zhi ? rhyme group * 4.5.1 Zhi ? rhyme * 4.5.2 Zhi? rhyme * 4.5.3 Zhi ? rhyme * 4.5.4 Wei ? rhyme * 4.5.5 Summary * 4.6 Xiao ? rhyme group * 4.6.1 Hao ? rhyme * 4.6.2 Yao ? rhyme * 4.6.3 Xiao ? rhyme * 4.6.4 Xiao ? rhyme * 4.6.5 Summary * 4.7 Liu ? rhyme group * 4.7.1 Hou ? rhyme * 4.7.2 You ? rhyme * 4.7.3 You ? rhyme * 4.7.4 Summary * 4.8 Xian? rhyme group * 4.8.1 Tan? rhyme * 4.8.2 Tan ? rhyme * 4.8.3 Xian ? rhyme * 4.8.4 Xian ? rhyme * 4.8.5 Yan ? rhyme * 4.8.6 Yan ? rhyme * 4.8.7 Tian ? rhyme * 4.8.8 Fan ? rhyme * 4.8.9 Summary * 4.9 Shen ? rhyme group * 4.9.1 Qin ? rhyme * 4.9.2 Ji ? rhyme * 4.9.3 Summary * 4.10 Shan ? rhyme group * 4.10.1 Han ? rhyme and huan ? rhyme * 4.10.2 Shan ? rhyme * 4.10.3 Shan ? rhyme * 4.10.4 Xian ? rhyme * 4.10.5 Xue? rhyme * 4.10.6 Yuan ? rhyme * 4.10.7 Xian ? rhyme * 4.10.8 Summary * 4.11 Zhen? rhyme group * 4.11.1 Hen ? rhyme * 4.11.2 Zhen ? rhyme * 4.11.3 Zhi ? rhyme * 4.11.4 Zhen ? rhyme * 4.11.5 Yin ? rhyme * 4.11.6 Hun? rhyme * 4.11.7 Zhun? rhyme * 4.11.8 Wen ? rhyme * 4.11.9 Summary * 4.12 Dang ? rhyme group * 4.12.1 Tang ?rhye * 4.12.2 Yang ? rhyme * 4.13 Jiang ? rhyme group * 4.13.1 Jiang? rhyme * 4.13.2 Summary * 4.14 Zeng ? rhyme group * 4.14.1 Deng ? rhyme * 4.14.2 Zheng ? rhyme * 4.14.3 Summary * 4.15 Geng ? rhyme group * 4.15.1 Geng? rhyme (div. 2) * 4.15.2 Geng? rhyme (div. 3) * 4.15.3 Geng? rhyme * 4.15.4 Qing ? rhyme * 4.15.5 Qing ?rhyme * 4.15.6 Summary * 4.16 Tong ? rhyme group * 4.16.1 Dong ? rhyme * 4.16.2 Dong ? rhyme * 4.16.3 Zhong?rhyme * 4.16.4 Summary * 4.17 Summary * Chapter 5 Tonal System of Middle Sino-Korean * 5.1 Tones in HMJH (Yesan Mungo edition) * 5.2 Tone notation in other editions of HMJH * 5.3 Reasons for erroneous tone notation in HMJH * 5.4 Tone representation in other documents * Chapter 6 Investigation into the Origin of Sino-Korean * 6.1 Initials * 6.1.1 The bang? initial group and the fei? initial group * 6.1.2 The yun? initial * 6.1.3 The zhi? initial group * 6.1.4 The chan ? initial and the chuan? initial * 6.2 Finals * 6.2.1 Chongyun?? (double rhymes) * 6.2.2 The -j glide of the fourth division rhymes * 6.2.3 The [?] reading in the zhi? rhyme group * 6.2.4 -l coda * Chapter 7 Conclusion * 7.1 Origin of Sino-Korean * 7.2 Adaptation layers of Sino-Korean * 7.3 Process of Adaptation of Sino-Korean * 7.3.1 Adaptation of initials * 7.3.2 Adaptation of finals * 7.3.3 Factors involved in adaptation * 7.4 Irregular readings in Sino-Korean * 7.5 Future work * References *




Autore

Youyong Qian is Assistant Researcher at the Institute of Linguistics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He received his PhD in Chinese Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2015 and MA in Chinese Linguistics from Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. His research interests include theoretical linguistics, phonology, Chinese historical phonology, Korean historical phonology, and second language acquisition.







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9781138241640

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Routledge Studies in Chinese Linguistics
Dimensioni: 9.25 x 6.25 in Ø 1.75 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:182 tables and 1 line drawing
Pagine Arabe: 234
Pagine Romane: xxii






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