Article published In:
Chinese Language and Discourse
Vol. 10:1 (2019) ► pp.116
References

References

Bauer, Robert S., and Benedict, Paul K.
1997Modern Cantonese Phonology. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bauer, Robert S., Cheung, Kwan-Hin, and Cheung, Pak Man
2003 “Variation and Merger of the Rising Tones in Hong Kong Cantonese”. Language Variation and Change 151: 211–225. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bei, Xianming 貝先明 and Xiang, Ning 向檸
2016 “穗、港、澳三地粵語單字調的聲學比較分析 [A Comparison Study on the Citation Tone in Cantonese Spoken in Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Macau via Acoustic Analyses]”. 南開語言學 [Naikai Linguistics] Volume 11: 43–50.Google Scholar
Boersma, Paul and Weenink, David
2010Praat: doing phonetics by computer (version 5.1.29). Available from [URL] [Computer program].
Chao, Yuen Ren
1947Cantonese Primer, New York: Greenwood Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cheung, Kwan-Hin 張群顯
2016 “從中古四聲到現代粵語六調 [From Ping-Shang-Qu-Ru of Middle Chinese to the Six Tones of Present-day Cantonese]”, In New horizons in the study of Chinese: Dialectology, grammar, and philology: Studies in honor of Professor Anne Yue, eds by Pang-Hsin Ting, Samuel Hung-nin Cheung, Sze-Wing Tang, Andy Chin, 361–384, Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.Google Scholar
Cheung, Hung-nin Samuel 張洪年
2002 “21世紀的香港粵語:一個新語音系統的形成 Cantonese of the 21st Century: Formation of a New Phonological System in Hong Kong Language]”, 暨南大學學報(哲學社會科學版)[Journal of Jinan University (Philosophy & Social Science Edition)]. Volume 241, 25–40.Google Scholar
Cheung, Hung-nin Samuel
2007A Grammar of Cantonese Spoken in Hong Kong (Revised Edition). Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press.Google Scholar
Cheung, Kwan-Hin
1986The Phonology of Present-day Cantonese, Doctoral dissertation of University of London.Google Scholar
Chu, Patrick Chun Kau and Taft, Marcus
2011 “Are there Six or Nine Tones in Cantonese?” In Proceedings of Psycholinguistic Representation of Tone (PLRT) Conference, 58–61, Hong Kong, August 22–23.Google Scholar
Fung, Roxana, Kung, Carmen, Law, Sampo, Su, I Fan, and Wong, Cathy
2012Near-merger in Hong Kong Cantonese tones: A behavioural and ERP study. In Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages (TAL2012), Nanjing, China, May 26–29. [URL]
Fung, Roxana S. Y. and Wong Cathy, S. P.
2011Acoustic Analysis of the New Rising Tone in Hong Kong Cantonese. In Proceedings of 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 715–718, Hong Kong, August 17–21 2011 [URL]
2012 “The Mandarinization of Hong Kong Cantonese Tones”. In 基於本體特色的漢語研究:慶祝薛鳳生教授八十華誕文集[Ontological Studies of the Chinese Language: The Festschrift in Honor of Professor Xue Fengsheng on his 80th Birthday], eds. by Shi Jianguo, Geng Zhengshen and Yang Yiming, 289–299, Beijing: China Social Sciences Press.Google Scholar
Ho, Hsiu Hwang, & Kwan, Tze-wan
2001 “Hong Kong, Mainland China and Taiwan: Chinese Character Frequency”, available at [URL], accessed 20 September 2018.
Holmes, Janet
1992An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. London: Longman.Google Scholar
Hombert, Jean-Marie, Ohala, John J. and Ewan, William G.
1979Phonetic Explanations for the Development of Tones. Language. Volume 55, Issue 1, pp. 37–58. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Johnson, Daniel Ezra
2009Getting off the GoldVarb Standard: Introducing Rbrul for Mixed-effects Variable Rule Analysis. Language and Linguistics Compass 31: 359–383. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Labov, William
1972Sociolinguistic Patterns. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.Google Scholar
1981Resolving the Neogrammarian Controversy. Language 57 (2): 267–308. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2001Principles of Linguistic Change. Volume II: Social Factors. Oxford: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Ladefoged, Peter and Johnson, Keith
2014A Course in Phonetics (7th edition). Cengage Learning.Google Scholar
Lam, Kin Ping
2001 “粵語聲調說略 [A Brief Introduction on the Cantonese Tone Value]”, in 新世紀的現代語音學 [Modern Phonetics in the New Century] eds. by Cai Lianhong et al., 229–232, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press.Google Scholar
Lehiste, Ilse
1970Suprasegmentals. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.Google Scholar
Matthews, Stephen and Yip, Virginia
1994Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
2011Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar (2nd edition). London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Mei, Tsu-lin
1970 “Tones and Prosody in Middle Chinese and the Origin of the Rising Tone”. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 301: 86–110. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Mok, Peggy P. K., Zuo, Donghui and Wong, Peggy W. Y.
2013 “Production and Perception of a Sound Change in Progress: Tone Merging in Hong Kong Cantonese”. Language Variation and Change 25(3): 341–370. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Norman, Jerry
1988Chinese. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Peng, Gang
2006 “Temporal and Tonal Aspects of Chinese Syllables: A Corpus-based Comparative Study of Mandarin and Cantonese”. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 34 (1): 134–154.Google Scholar
Sun, Jackson T.-S.
2010 “Tone Categorization in Taiwanese: A Case Study in Concept Formation”. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 38 (1): 115–133.Google Scholar
Tagliamonte, Sali
2011Variationist Sociolinguistics: Change, Observation, Interpretation. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.Google Scholar
Wang, William S-Y.
1982 “A Note on Tone Development”. In Wang Li Memorial Volumes (English Volume), ed. by the Chinese Language Society of Hong Kong, 435–443, Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Company.Google Scholar
Wong, Shik Ling
1941A Chinese Syllabary Pronounced according to the Dialect of Canton. Hong Kong: Chung Hwa Book Co.Google Scholar
Xu, Daming
2015Speech Community and Linguistic Urbanization: Sociolinguistic Theories Developed in China, In Globalizing Sociolinguistics: Challenging and Expanding Theory eds. by Dick Smakman and Patrick Heinrich, 95–106, London and New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
Yiu, Carine Y.
2009 “香港粵語上聲變化初探──實驗語音學研究 [A Preliminary Study on the Change of Rising Tones in Hong Kong Cantonese: An Experimental Study]”. Language and Linguistics 101: 269–291.Google Scholar
Zhang, Jingwei
2014A Sociophonetic Study on Tonal Variation of the Wuxi and Shanghai Dialects. Utrecht: Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics / Landelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap (LOT).Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 1 other publications

Lin, Yuhan, Yao Yao & Jin Luo
2021. Phonetic accommodation of tone: Reversing a tone merger-in-progress via imitation. Journal of Phonetics 87  pp. 101060 ff. DOI logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 27 april 2024. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.