1.13.1 Diachrone Sprachwissenschaft des Chinesischen

1.13.1 Diachrone Sprachwissenschaft des Chinesischen

1.13.1.1 Einführende Darstellungen


  • Baxter, William Hubbard (1992): A handbook of Old Chinese phonology. Berlin. 27-81. Mouton. ISBN: 3-11-012324-X. Band 64.
  • Chen, Ping (1999): Modern Chinese: History and Sociolinguistics. Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 0521645727.
  • Coblin, Weldon South (2000): A Brief History of Mandarin. In: Journal of the American Oriental Society 120, Nr. 4, S. 537–552.
  • Karlgren, Bernhard (1949): The Chinese Language. An essay on its nature and history. New York.
  • Klodt, U. (2001): Schrift und Sprache der Chinesen. Berlin: Springer Berlin.
  • Norman, Jerry (1988): Chinese. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 0-521-29653-6.
  • Sun, Chaofen (2006): Chinese. A linguistic introduction. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 0-521-53082-2. http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0617/2006299710-d.html
  • Wang Li 王力 (1980): Hanyushi gao 汉语史稿. Beijing 北京.

1.13.1.2 Einzelaspekte


  • Baxter, William Hubbard (2000): An etymological dictionary of common Chinese characters. http://www-personal.umich.edu/~wbaxter/etymdict.html
  • Benedict, Paul K. (1972): Sino-Tibetan. A conspectus. Cambridge. Univ. Press. ISBN: 0-521-08175-0. Band 2.
  • Branner, David Prager (2002): Common Chinese and Early Chinese Morphology. In: Journal of the American Oriental Society 122, Nr. 4, S. 706━721.
  • Branner, David Prager (2006): The Chinese rime tables. Linguistic philosophy and historical-comparative phonology. Amsterdam. Benjamins. ISBN: 90-272-4785-4. Band 271.
  • Chao, Yuenren (2006): Some contrastive aspects of the Chinese national language movement. S. 921━934.
  • Chappell, Hilary (2001): Sinitic grammar. Synchronic and diachronic perspectives. Oxford. Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0-19-829977-X.
  • Chappell, Hilary (2004): Chinese grammar. Synchronic and diachronic perspectives ; [rev. version of papers presented at the 1st International Symposium on Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives on the Grammar of Sinitic Languages, which was held July 1996, Melbourne, Australia]. Oxford. Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0-19-927213-1.
  • Chen, Chung-yu (2001): Tonal evolution from Pre-Middle Chinese to Modern Pekinese. Three tiers of changes and their intricacies. Berkeley, Calif. Band 16.
  • Cheng, Tsai-fa (1985): Ancient Chinese and early Mandarin. Berkeley, Calif. University of California Press. Band 2.
  • Coblin, Weldon South (1991): Studies in old northwest Chinese. Berkeley Calif. University of California Press. Band 4.
  • Coblin, Weldon South (1994): A compendium of phonetics in Northwest Chinese. Berkeley, Calif. University of California Press. Band 7.
  • Coblin, Weldon South (2007): Modern Chinese phonology. From Guānhuà to Mandarin. Paris. école des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale. ISBN: 2910216101. Band 11.
  • Iljic, Robert (2001): The Origin of the Suffix -men 们 in Chinese. In: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 64, Nr. 1, S. 74━97.
  • Ji, Fengyuan (2003): Linguistic Engineering: Language and Politics in Maos China. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN: 0824825365. http://www.lob.de/cgi-bin/work/suche2?titnr=221679679&flag=citavi
  • Karlgren, Bernhard (1954): Compendium of phonetics in ancient and archaic Chinese. Reprinted from: The Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities Bulletin (1954) 22. G_teborg.
  • Masini, Federico (1993): The formation of modern Chinese lexicon and its evolution toward a national language. The period from 1840 to 1898. Berkeley, Calif. Band 6.
  • Newman, John; Raman, Anand V. (1999): Chinese historical phonology. A compendium of Beijing and Cantonese pronunciations of characters and their derivations from middle Chinese. München. LINCOM EUROPA. ISBN: 3895865885-. Band 27.
  • Packard, Jerome Lee (1998): New approaches to Chinese word formation. Morphology, phonology and the lexicon in modern and ancient Chinese. Berlin. Mouton. ISBN: 3-11-015109-X. Band 105.
  • Peyraube, Alain; Mei, Tsu-lin (1999): Studies on Chinese historical syntax and morphology. Linguistic essays in honor of Mei Tsu-lin. Paris. école des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale. ISBN: 2-910216-02-0. Band 3.
  • Pulleyblank, Edwin George (1984): Middle Chinese. A study in historical phonology. Vancouver. University of British Columbia Press. ISBN: 0-7748-0192-1.
  • Pulleyblank, Edwin George (1992): How Do We Reconstruct Old Chinese? In: Journal of the American Oriental Society 112, Nr. 3, S. 365━382.
  • Pulleyblank, Edwin George (1998): Qieyun and Yunjing. The essential foundations for Chinese historical linguistics. In: Journal of the American Oriental Society 118, Nr. 2, S. 200━216.
  • Sagart, Laurent (1999): The roots of old Chinese. Amsterdam. Benjamins. ISBN: 90-272-3690-9. v. 184.
  • Shen, Zhongwei (1997): Exploring the dynamic aspect of sound change. Berkeley, Calif. Band 11.
  • Shi, Yuzhi (2002): The establishment of modern Chinese grammar. The formation of the resultative construction and its effects. Amsterdam. Benjamins. ISBN: 1588112039. Band 59.
  • Starostin, Sergej Anatol’evic (1989): Rekonstrukcija drevnekitajskoj fonologiceskoj sistemy. [Rekonstruktion des altchinesischen phonologischen Systems]. Moskva. Nauka. ISBN: 5020169862.
  • Sun, Chaofen (1996): Word order change and grammaticalization in the history of Chinese. Stanford, Calif. Stanford University Press. ISBN: 0804724180.
  • Wang, William Shi-yuan (1995): The ancestry of the Chinese language. Berkeley.
  • Wu, Xiu-Zhi Zoe (2004): Grammaticalization and language change in Chinese. A formal view. London. Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-33603-1. http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0613/2004048223.html
  • Wu, Xiu-Zhi Zoe (2013): Grammaticalization and Language Change in Chinese: A formal View. Routledge Studies in Asian Linguistics. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Zhengzhang, Shangfang (1999): The phonological system of old Chinese. Translated by Laurent Sagart. Paris. école des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale. ISBN: 2910216047. Band 5.
  • Zimmer, Thomas (1999): Baihua. Zum Problem der Verschriftung gesprochener Sprache im Chinesischen ; dargestellt anhand morphologischer Merkmale in den bianwen aus Dunhuang. Nettetal. Steyler. ISBN: 3-8050-0428-1. Band 40.
  • Zograf, Irina Tigranovna (2005): Srednekitajskij jazyk. Opyt strukturno-tipologiceskogo opisanija [Mittelchinesisch. Erfahrungen aus der struktur-typologischen Beschreibung]. Sankt-Peterburg. Nauka. ISBN: 502026914X.