Hey, an English linguistics journal comes to China!
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Thu Apr 25 03:24:58 UTC 2013
It's hard for me to imagine that there hasn't been such a journal until now.
Chinese is tonal. Is there a standard way to write the 4 tones of Chinese?
New words to me
synchronic = concerned with the events or phenomena at a particular period without considering historical antecedents synchronic linguistics Compare diachronic of, relating to, or studying the development of a phenomenon through time;
I'm more synchronic. What kind of chronic are you?
LINGUIST List: Vol-24-1814. Wed Apr 24 2013. ISSN: 1069 - 4875.
Subject: 24.1814, FYI: New from John Benjamins: The International Journal of Chinese Linguistics
John Benjamins Publishing is pleased to announce a new journal: The
International Journal of Chinese Linguistics.
The journal aims to publish high-quality scientific studies of Chinese
linguistics and languages (including their dialects) in either of two official
languages: English and Chinese.
With this aim, the journal serves as a forum
for scholars and students in the world who study all areas of Chinese
linguistics and languages from all theoretical perspectives. Studies to be
published in this journal can be theoretical or applied, qualitative or
quantitative, synchronic or diachronic, or any combinations of the above, and
interface studies, such as those looking into syntax-semantics interface,
syntax-phonology interface, semantics-pragmatics interface, are encouraged. As
such, this is a comprehensive and general Chinese linguistics journal which
serves as a true international forum for all Chinese linguistics scholars and
students regardless of their theoretical and topical interests.
The journal will maintain a double-blind peer-review policy
Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai | National Tsing Hua University | editor at ijchl.info
Ning Yu | Pennsylvania State University | editor at ijchl.info
Hongming Zhang | University of Wisconsin-Madison | editor at ijchl.info
Tom Zurinskas, Conn 20 yrs, Tenn 3, NJ 33, now Fl 9.
See how English spelling links to sounds at http://justpaste.it/ayk
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