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    Title: 北京音系次濁字聲調變化的時序
    Other Titles: Chronological Implications in the Migration Brhaviors of Sonorant-initial Characters in Peking Mandarin
    Authors: 陳重瑜;Chung-yu Chen
    Date: 1996/03
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1996,new,26,n.1,p121.
    Keywords: 次濁字
    Abstract: This paper submits evidence of the relative chronology deduced from the migration behaviors of sonorant-initial, i.e. Ci-Zhuo, characters in three types of tonal changes taking place between Middle Chinese of A.D. 601 (hereafter, MC) and Modern Peking (hereafter, MP). They are: (1) Ru-sheng transitions, (2) interflows between Yang-Ping, Shang and Qu, and (3) the convergent changes from these three tones into Yin-Ping. The manifested relative chronology reveals that Ci-Zhuo characters, largely speaking, began to (1) migrate out of the Ru-sheng category at a later time, (2) participate in the interflows at a later time and (3) move towards Yin-Ping at a later time. This explains the rare presence of Ci-Zhuo characters carrying the Yin-Ping tone in MP. These findings together exhibit an accord with my earlier claim (Chen 1992b-c) that Ru-sheng transitions in the language were chronologically determined rather than phonologically conditioned.
    Key words: Phonology, Tones, Mandarin
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=198
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