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Han Characters
Vietnam
Taiwan
Singapore
Korea
Japan
China


General:

Hannas, William. C. 1997. Asia's Orthographic Dilemma. University of Hawaii Press.

Taylor, I. & Taylor, M. M. 1995. Writing and Literacy in Chinese, Korean and Japanese. PA: John Benjamins.


Han characters and Orthographies:

Chen, Hsuan-chih. and Tzeng, Ovid. J.L. 1992. Language Processing in Chinese. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

Coulmas, Florian. 1989. The Writing Systems of the World. Oxford: Blackwell.

DeFrancis, John. 1990. The Chinese Language: Fact and Fantasy. (Taiwan edition) Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Gelb, I. J. 1952. A Study of Writing. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Li, Hau-teng. 1992. The Origin and evolution of Han Characters [李孝定:漢字的起源與演變論叢]. Taipei: Lian-keng.

Wang, Jian. et al. 1999. Reading Chinese Script. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Zhou, You-guang. 1997. A History of World's Writing Systems [周有光:世界文字發展史]. Shanghai: Shanghai Jiaoyu Press.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Vietnam:

DeFrancis, John. 1977. Colonialism and Language Policy in Viet Nam. The Hague.

Do, Quang Chinh. 1972. History of the Quoc Ngu Script: 1620-1659 [Lich Su Chu Quoc Ngu: 1620-1659]. Saigon: Ra Khoi.

Ho, Chi Minh. 1994. Ho Chi Minh: Selected Writings 1920-1969. Hanoi: The Gioi.

Hodgkin, Thomas. 1981. Vietnam: The Revolutionary Path.  London: The Macmillan Press Ltd.

Holmgren, Jennifer. 19??. Chinese Colonisation of Northern Vietnam. Canberra: Australian National University.

Iunn, Phekchhoan. 1998. Ho Chi Minh and Vietnam's Independence [楊碧川胡志明與越南獨立]. Taipei: 一橋.

Jiang, Yiongjing. 1971. Ho Chi Minh in China [蔣永敬:胡志明在中國]. Taipei.(即本冊是國民黨e觀點)

Marr, David G. 1971. Vietnamese Anticolonialism. 1885-1925. California: Univ. of California Press.

Marr, David G. 1981. Vietnamese Tradition On Trial, 1920-1945.  California: University.

Nguyen, Khac V. 1979. The Confucian Scholars in Vietnamese History. Hanoi: Xunhasab.

SarDesai D. R. 1992.  Vietnam: The Struggle for National Identity. (2nd ed.).  Colorado: Westview Press, Inc.


Taiwan:

Ang, Ui-jin. 1996. A list of Historical Materials: Language Category [洪惟仁:台灣文獻書目題解: 語言類]. Taipei: NCL-Taiwan.

Cheng, Robert. L. 1989. Essays on Written Taiwanese [鄭良偉:走向標準化的台灣話文]. Taipei: Independence Press.

Cheng, Robert. L. 1990. Essays on Taiwan's Sociolinguistic Problems [鄭良偉:演變中的台灣社會語文]. Taipei: Independence Press.

Cheng, Robert. L. and Cheng, Susie S. 1977. Phonological Structure and Romanization of Taiwanese Hokkian [鄭良偉:台灣福建話的語音結構及標音法]. Taipei: Student Press.

Chiung, Wi-vun Taiffalo. 1999. Language Attitudes toward Taibun, the Written Taiwanese. MA thesis: Univ. of Texas at Arlington.

Huang, Shuanfan. 1993. Language, Society, and Ethnic Identity [黃宣範:語言社會與族群意識]. Taipei: Crane.

Lai, Young-hsiang. 1990. Topics on Taiwan Church History [賴永祥:教會史話].  Tainan: Jin-kong Press.

Si, Cheng Hong. 1994. (eds). Taiwanese Nationalism [施正鋒:台灣民族主義]. Taipei: Chian-ui 前衛.

Si, Cheng-hong. 1996. (eds). Linguistic Politics and Policy [施正鋒:語言政治與政策].Taipei: Chian-ui.

 


Singapore

 


Korea:

Chung, Kei Won. 1938. The Origins of the Korean Alphabet. PhD dissertation: Princeton Univ.

Lee, Jeongyi. 2000. A Model of Writing Variety: Language Attitudes toward Korean Writing Varieties. MA thesis: Univ. of Texas at Arlington.

Lee, Sang-Beek L. D. 1957. Hangul: The Origin of Korean Alphabet. Seoul: Tong-Mun Kwan.

Ledyard, Gari Keit. 1966. The Korean Language Reform of 1446: the Origin, Background, and early History of the Korean Alphabet. PhD dissertation: UC Berkeley.

Kim-renaud, Young-key. 1997. The Korean Alphabet: Its History and Structure. Hawaii: Univ. of Hawaii.

Shin, Sang-Soon. et al. 1990. (eds). Understanding Hunmin-jong-um. Seoul: Hanshin.

 


Japan:

Brown, Delmer. 1955. Nationalism in Japan: An Introductory Historical Analysis. University of California.

Gottlieb, Nanette. 1995. Kanji Politics: Language Policy and Japanese Script. New York: Kegan Paul International.

Habein, Yaeko Sato. 1984. The History of the Japanese Written Language. Tokyo: University of Tokyo.

Krumrey, Brett Alan. 1993. Japanese Written Language Reforms During the Allied Occupation (1945-1952): Scap and Romanization. MA thesis: Univ. of Arizona.

Twine, Nanette. 1991. Language and the Modern State: the Reform of Written Japanese. New York: Routledge.

Ungger, Marshall. 1996. Literacy, and Script Reform in Occupation Japan. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press.

 


China:

Chen, Ping. 1999. Modern Chinese: History and Sociolinguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

DeFrancis, John. 1950. Nationalism and Language Reform in China. Princeton University Press.

DeFrancis, John. 1990. The Chinese Language: Fact and Fantasy. (Taiwan edition) Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Hannas, William C. 1988. The Simplification of Chinese Character-based Writing. PhD dissertation: Univ. of Pennsylvania.

Norman, Jerry. 1988. Chinese. . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Png, Su-tok. 1965. History of the National Language Movement in China in the Past 50 years (五十年來中國國語運動史). Taipei: Mandarin Daily News Press.

Wu, Jankun. and Ma, guoliang. 1987. Hanzi and its History of Reform [漢字改革史].

Zhou, You-guang. 1978. An Introduction to the Reform of Hanzi [漢字改革概論]. Macaw: Erya.

 

 


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