A Study on the Distinctive Vocabulary Using in Shi Shuo Xin Yu
|Keywords:||詞彙研究;中古漢語;魏晉南北朝;詞彙與文化;魏晉口語;南北詞彙差異;時代性詞彙;地域性詞彙;lexicology;Middle Ages of Chinese;Wei, Jin and North-South Dynasties;vocabulary and culture;Wei-Jin colloquial language;vocabulary differences between north and south;contemporary vocabulary;region vocabulary||Issue Date:||2016||Abstract:||
The thesis focuses on the distinctive vocabulary using in Shi Shuo Xin Yu which assembles essays and criticism from celebrities called Ming-Shi in Wei and Jin Dynasties. There languages of colloquial, dialect are written in the book is the main research area in the study. The purposes of studying the distinctive vocabulary are to understand the lexical characteristics of Middle Ages of Chinese, and further to explain the relationship between vocabulary changes and contemporary social-culture. Since the late Eastern Han, the collapsed society and politics had been lasting for over 400 years. In order to prevent from the political prosecution, Ming-Shi started placing their attention on Qing-Tan, literature, and Buddhism. Therefore, the prevalence of Qing-Tan and personal editorial gradually formed Wei-Jin Feng-Liu among Ming-Shi in Wei and Jin Dynasties. Meanwhile, acculturation from North and Western Buddhism was injected into Han’s culture. These features are detailed described in terms of the distinctive vocabulary in Shi Shuo Xin Yu. The thesis not only discusses the meaning and the grammar of the distinctive vocabulary but also cooperates with the literature of The Six Dynasties in finding their origins and evolutionary process. Based on the results, high relevance between the features of the distinctive vocabulary in Shi Shuo Xin Yu and the morphology of Middle Ages of Chinese was found. Moreover, the distinctive vocabulary greatly reflects the culture changes along the time in Wei and Jin Dynasties. In addition to understanding the vocabulary evolution, Chinese culture and history are also crucial materials for the research.
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