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Query:   SUM: Taiwanese Phonology
Author:  TONG MIU SIM MALINDY
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Phonology

Summary:   A while ago, I requested references on the phonology of Taiwanese or
Taiwanese Hokkien. Here is the list of references that I have
collected so far. There are still a few references written in Chinese
and do not have an English title. Any one who is interested in those
can email me.

*Cheng, Robert & Cheng, Susie. 1977. 'Phonological Structure and
Romanization of Taiwanese Hokkien.' Student Book Co. Ltd., Taiwan.

*Cheng, Robert. 1997. Taiwanese phonology and morphology. 'Taiwanese
and Mandarin Structures and their Developmental Trends in Taiwan'
(Book 1). Yuan- liou Publishing Co., Ltd., Taipei.

*Cheng, Robert. 1968. Tone sandhi in Taiwanese. 'Linguistics', 41,
19-42.

*Cheng, Robert. 1973. Some notes on tones sandhi in Taiwanese.
'Linguistics', 100, 5-25.

*Cheng, Robert. 1987. 'Analysis and Study of Taiwanese Readings for
Mandarin Speakers.' Student Book co., Ltd., Taiwan.

*Deterding, D. & Poedjosoedarmo, g. 1998. The sound systems of some
chinese dialects (ch.22). 'The Sounds of English: phonetics and
phonology for English teachers in Southeast Asia.' Prentice Hall,
Singapore.

*Embree, Bernard. 1984. 'A Dictionary of Southern Min:
Taiwanese-English dictionary.' Taipei Language Institute, Taipei.

*Lin, H.-B. & Repp, B. 1989. Cues to the perception of Taiwanese
tones. 'Language and Speech', 32(1), 25-44.

*Maryknoll Language Service Center. 1984. 'Taiwanese' (Book
1). Maryknoll Language Service Center, Taichung (Taiwan).

*Peng, Shu-hui. 1997. Production and perception of Taiwanese tones in
different tonal and prosodic contexts. 'Journal of Phonetics', 25,
371-400.

*Taipei Language Institute. 1965. 'Speak Taiwanese' (Book 1). Taipei
Language Institute, Taipei.

*Tseng, Chin-chin. 1995. 'Taiwanese Prosody: an integrated analysis of
acoustic and perceptual data.' Dissertation. University of Hawaii at
Manoa.

*Tseng, Chin-Chin. 1993. Interlanguage phonology. 'Preceedings of the
First International Symposium on Lanugaes in Taiwan, C26-01-28.
National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei.

*Tung, Chao-hui. 1964. Phonology of Taiwanese as spoken in the
Kaohsiung area. 'Bulletin of Taiwan Normal University', 9, 204-195
(reverse order).

*Weingartner, F. 1970. 'Tones in Taiwanese: an instrumental
investigation'. Ching Hua Press, Taipei.

*Zee, E. 1980. Tone and vowel quality. 'Journal of Phonetics', 8,
247-258.

Many thanks to:
Robert CHENG
Jakob DEMPSEY
David DETERDING
Patricia DONEGAN
Lance ECCLES
Sean JENSEN
Mark MANDEL
Claire SAILLARD
Leon SERAFIM
TSENG, Chin-Chin

LL Issue: 9.100
Date Posted: 22-Jan-1998
Original Query: Read original query


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