Writing and Literacy in Chinese, Korean and Japanese

| University of Toronto
| University of Toronto
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ISBN 9789027217943 (Eur)
ISBN 9781556193194 (USA)
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Chinese, Japanese, South (and North) Koreans in East Asia have a long, intertwined and distinguished cultural history and have achieved, or are in the process of achieving, spectacular economic success. Together, these three peoples make up one quarter of the world population.
They use a variety of unique and fascinating writing systems: logographic Chinese characters of ancient origin, as well as phonetic systems of syllabaries and alphabets. The book describes, often in comparison with English, how the Chinese, Korean and Japanese writing systems originated and developed; how each relates to its spoken language; how it is learned or taught; how it can be computerized; and how it relates to the past and present literacy, education, and culture of its users.
Intimately familiar with the three East Asian cultures, Insup Taylor with the assistance of Martin Taylor, has written an accessible and highly readable book. Writing and Literacy in Chinese, Korean and Japanese is intended for academic readers (students in East Asian Studies, linguistics, education, psychology) as well as for the general public (parents, business, government). Readers of the book will learn about the interrelated cultural histories of China, Korea and Japan, but mainly about the various writing systems, some exotic, some familar, some simple, some complex, but all fascinating.
[Studies in Written Language and Literacy, 3]  1995.  xiii, 412 pp.
Publishing status: Obsolete
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
Part I: Chinese
2. Spoken Chinese
3. Chinese Characters: Hanzi
4. Meaning Representation in Characters
5. Sound Representation by Characters
6. Logographic Characters vs Phonetic Scripts
7. Text Writing in Chinese, Korean, and Japenese
8. Reforming Spoken and Written Chinese
9. Learning Hanzi, Pinyin, and Putonghua
10. History of Education and Literacy in China
Summary and Conclusions
Part II: Korean
11. Korean Language
12. Hancha: Chinese Characters
13. Han’gǔl: Alphabetic Syllabary
14. Learning Han’gǔl and Hancha
15. Why Should Hancha de Kept?
16. History of Education and Literacy in Korea
Summary and Conclusions
Part III: Japanese
17. Japanese Language
18. Kanji: Chinese Characters
19. Kana: Japanese Syllabary
20. Rōmaji: Roman Letters
21. Why Keep Kanji?
22. Learning Kanji and Kana
23. The Japanese Educational System
24. History of Mass Literacy in Japan
Summary and Conclusions
Subject Index
Author Index
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