1.7.1 Text und Diskurs im Chinesischen

1.7.1 Text und Diskurs im Chinesischen

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  • Lai, Huei-ling; Chen, Yi-Chen (2019): Chinese Metaphorical Expressions in Talking About the End-of-Life Journey. In: Hongyin Tao und Howard Hao-Jan Chen (Hg.): Chinese for Specific and Professional Purposes. Theory, Pedagogical Applications, and Practices. 1st ed. Singapore: Springer Singapore (Chinese Language Learning Sciences), S. 189–212.
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1.7.1.1 Einführende Darstellungen


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  • Rosner, Erhard (1992): Schriftsprache. Studien zur Diglossie des modernen Chinesisch. Bochum: Brockmeyer (Chinathemen, 74).
  • Yue, Anne Oi Kan (1964): A text-oriented Chinese grammar. Austin: Univ. of Texas Linguistics Research Center (Working paper / University of Texas, Linguistics Research Center, 64-WDC1).

 

 1.7.1.2 Einzelaspekte


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  • Wen, Renbai (2001): Textstruktur des Zeitungskommentars. Eine Untersuchung der Proposition und Illokution an deutschen und chinesischen Beispielen. Bern: Lang (Europäische HochschulschriftenReihe 1, Deutsche Sprache und Literatur, Vol. 1811). Online verfügbar unter http://www.gbv.de/dms/bs/toc/336458576.pdf.
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