General trends of Chinese linguistic changes under communist rule
East Asia Studies, Institute of International Studies, University of California, 1956 - Foreign Language Study - 84 pages
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abbreviations ancient appear application ch'ing-nien Ch'iu-pai ch'u-pan Chinese Communist Chinese Communist Party Chinese Language Reform Chinese linguistic changes chu-i Chung-kuo kung-ch'an-tang Chung-kuo wen-tzu kai-ko Communist language Communist Party Communist policy Communist writers became Communists to formulate Confucius culture dialectal epoch-making for Communist expressions fan-shen fervor in China filial piety flocked to Yen-an force foundation or tradition Fung Yu-lan grammar hsin Hunan IDEAS AS PRECEPTS idioms ijth Movement Japan Jen-min Jesuit land reform Language Movement liao Mao chu-hsi Mao Tse-tung Mao's Yen-an talks Marxists masses meaning ment to writing military terms nouns numbers of students party literary worker Party's phonetic system phrases policies regarding language political PRECEPTS AND PROBLEMS PROBLEMS OF SCRIPT proletariat psychological warfare revolution SCRIPT With Mao's Shanghai shih simplified characters social speeches spite ti-chu ts'ai-chu tsui turn-over uttered by Mao various districts flocked verb vernacular vocabulary whole public's words write in thousands Yen-an to join Yueh-nan