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The Study of Perceptual dialectology in Kyungpook dialects
Kim, Deokho Korean Language and Literature, Kyungpook National University
Kishie, Shinsuke Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Takiguchi, Keiko Social Welfare and Counseling, Keimyung College
Departmental Bulletin Paper
One of the principal concerns of traditional dialectology or dialect geography has been the discovery of isoglosses, the boundaries between two regions which differ with respect to some linguistic feature. J. K. Chambers & P. Trudgill had classified 7 items, that is lexical isogloss, pronunciation isogloss, phonetic isogloss, phonemic isogloss, morphological isogloss, syntactic isogloss and semantic isogloss(?)(1980:112-115), and had determined their function and their usefulness in dialectology. The categories described here are given in order of increasingly more abstract levels of linguistic structure, following current linguistic models.
But I make new notion of 'Impressive isogloss'. It means that native speaker has the thought of his own dialect category. I integrated the native speakers' cognitions and made the dialect map of nonlinguistic feature. After analyzing the nonlinguistic map, I have confirmed that the 'Impressive isogloss' had relation to the grammatical difference (the ending of words) and the lexical divergence which differs in etymology by means of linguistic feature. Ultimately, this research will try to explain the Perceptual dialectology. The possibility of perceptual dialectology was confirmed in the present study.
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