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Author: Miranda Márquez, Gonzalo
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Filologías Integradas
Date: 2016
Published in: Language Design: Journal of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics, 18, 5-44.
Document type: Article
Abstract: La lengua china tiene ciertas características que la hacen singular y que provocan que resulte increíblemente difícil par a algunos y extremadamente atractiva para otros. Se podría afirmar que una de ellas es su gran cantidad de pala...
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Chinese language has certain characteristics that make it unique, being at the same time extremely difficult for some people and highly attractive for some others. One of the features that make Chinese language fascinating is the large amount of homophones and the peculiarities that this entails. This fact has not only fostered the interest of linguists and thinkers, it has also been decisive within the evolution of the language itself, shaping it the way we know it today. The purpose of this research aims to investigate those elements that have acquired certain symbolic charge due to the homophone phenomenon in the Chinese culture, which are comprised within the language and are frequently used, being so, as we reckon, one of the most important features of the indivisible relation between the language and the culture..
Cite: Miranda Márquez, G. (2016). Abanico específico cultural en torno al fenómeno homófono en lengua china. Language Design: Journal of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics, 18, 5-44.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/70522

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