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Study of Dialect and Vocabulary and Culture of Folk Custom in Hefeng

Author: XingZuo
Tutor: ShaoZeSui
School: Central South University for Nationalities
Course: Chinese Philology
Keywords: Hefeng Dialect Folk custom Folk Culture
CLC: K892
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2010
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Abstract


This article is Hefeng dialect vocabulary with folk culture as a foothold , and tap the intrinsic link of vocabulary and folk culture . Folk behavior from generation to generation as a social group are common heritage , is an important constituent elements of human culture . However , the retention of a regional folk culture , tradition and are inseparable from the dialect of this media . Ancient times, each folk phenomenon is almost always accompanied by the appropriate dialect vocabulary , folk and dialects are not synchronized , some folk phenomenon has long since disappeared , however documenting folk dialects still exist , these dialect words may partly reflect certain folk culture , is a new entry point to study folk culture . Dialect reason why the formation , is also closely linked with each region 's unique folk culture , simply dialect itself is a kind of folk culture . Therefore , this article is not Hefeng of dialects as an isolated object , stick to the internal analysis of its phonetic form , grammatical features , vocabulary and composition language , but Hefeng dialect specific to the region 's folk culture area , looking for the Hefeng dialects real roots. This paper is divided into three parts: The first chapter is a folk dialect features . Hefeng folk materials clues, collect and sort out their records dialect fact , the focus is to find out from the five dialect term marriage customs , funeral customs , at the age of customs , recreation, customs and eating customs unique . The second chapter is a dialect of Folk fact . Based on existing Hefeng dialect material , including dialect words, proverbs , songs and myths and legends to identify the the Hefeng regional folk culture characteristics . Four aspects the historical folk relics , habits , social psychology , and folk beliefs . The Chapter is the Hefeng folk dialect words constitute and development . Both horizontal and vertical composition and development for the Hefeng folk dialect words dissect seek the root causes of the formation and development of the situation .

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