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    Title: 論台灣華語的在地化
    Authors: 何萬順
    Her, One-Soon
    Contributors: 語言所
    Keywords: 台灣華語;母語;第一語;外省人;在地化
    Taiwan Mandarin;mother tongue;first language;Mainlander;indigenization
    Date: 2010.01
    Issue Date: 2013-11-11 15:35:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文檢視相關文獻及歷史資料,從兩個層面來論證台灣華語的本土地位:一、純粹從語言的層面歸納台灣華語在語音、語法與詞彙的特性,證實其自主性;二、從歷史的層面檢視台灣華語從始至今發展的時空及人口背景,證實其為台灣的新生語言,經過四個世代的傳承已經充分在地化,此一事實也充分反應在台灣人的語言態度上。因此,台灣華語與台灣社會存有獨特的雙向連結,應視為台灣的本土語言。
    The paper examines historical as well as linguistic facts and thus justifies the indigenous status of Taiwan Mandarin on both fronts. First, linguistically, Taiwan Mandarin, as a self-contained language, has its own unique features in phonology, lexicon, and syntax. Second, the politics and the composition of Taiwan’s population in the past sixty years dictated the independent development of Taiwan Mandarin. After four generations, the language is by now fully indigenized, a fact also fully reflected by the population’s language attitudes. This unique link between Taiwan society and Taiwan Mandarin requires the recognition of Taiwan Mandarin as a new indigenous language.
    Relation: 澳門語言學刊, 35(1), 19-29
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[語言學研究所] 期刊論文

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