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    Title: An overview of linguistic mechanisms introducing a Christian conceptual universe into the Bunun language
    Authors: 戴智偉
    Busser, Rik De
    Contributors: 民族學界
    Keywords: Bunun;Austronesian languages of Taiwan;Bible translation;Christianity in Taiwan;diachronic semantics;language contact
    Date: 2018-10
    Issue Date: 2019-03-26 09:56:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This article discusses how the translation of the Bible in indigenous languages of Taiwan created an entirely new vocabulary for representing the conceptual universe that was introduced by the Christianization of Taiwanese indigenous communities in the second half of the twentieth century. We focus particularly on Bunun, an Austronesian language of Taiwan. We will discuss which linguistic mechanisms the Bunun Bible translation uses to introduce novel concepts into the language, and how this new religious vocabulary influences the local interpretation of religious concepts.
    Relation: 民族學界, 42, pp.5-37
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.30403/Ethnologia.201810_(42).0002
    DOI: 10.30403/Ethnologia.201810_(42).0002
    Appears in Collections:[民族學界(民族學報)] 期刊論文

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