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On the Design of Phonological Chart and Phonological System of Hsu Chien's Yinfu
design of phonological chart
Hsu Chien's Yinfu was written when he completed this word in his leisure time during the time of serving as a governor of Ningchih Country. His purpose is to provide a simple and accessible correct pronunciation material of phonology in order to facilitate the children's familiarization of phonology for future's reading and writing. In the past, the phonologist scholars pay close attention to the history of phonology, and assume the sound system of Yinfu as the Beijing language of the officials in Qing dynasty. By crossly comparing between Yinfu and other Beijing language of the officials, the former scholars observed the developing route of contemporary Beijing official language. However, thisresearcher intends to shift this traditional route. This researcher attemptsto retracethe situation of Hsu's time from the perspective of the history of phonology and examines how Hsu designed the phonological chart and the qieyin principle with the focus on the design idea and the viewpoint of evaluating sound. This paper also examines how Hsu distinguished the incorrect pronunciation and common pronunciation. Last, through the synchronical and horizontal contrast with Li Ju-chen's Yinchien(1805), the paper expounds the design features and the phonological system of Yinfu.
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