Évf. 8 szám 2016/2 (2017)

A Meiji-kori japán nyelv forrásai: A gyorsírásos átiratok (I.)

András Zsigmond Albeker
Chūkyō Gakuin Egyetem

Megjelent 2017-09-01

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Albeker, A. Z. (2017). A Meiji-kori japán nyelv forrásai: A gyorsírásos átiratok (I.). Távol-Keleti Tanulmányok, 8(2016/2), 127–148. https://doi.org/10.38144/TKT.2016.2.5


The Japanese language was greatly influenced by changes of the society and politics under the Meiji 明治 Restoration. In this period three new sets of language material became available: stenographic records, audio materials and newspapers, as well as magazines. The Japanese stenography is based on English stenography, and its actual implementation began from 1883. The stenographic records are speeches, lectures, minutes and records of rakugo 落語 and kōdan 講談. In the research of the history of Japanese language, stenographic records of rakugo, kōdan and speeches are often used. The rakugo and kōdan materials are large in extent, about 4000 items are known; however, the quantity of speeches and other stenographic records are unknown; therefore, a bibliographic research is necessary in this respect.